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

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

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

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University of Florida
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Combining THt JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
tf Number 31 TWO SECTIONS
Miami. Florida Friday. August 1. 1980
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rabs Changing French Economic Scene
Champs Ehjsees Takes on the Flavor of a Middle East Bazaar

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By EDWIN EYTAN
PARIS (JTA) -
There are probably more
Arabs living in France
today than in all of Israel,
including the occupied
territories. One-and-a-half
million are registered as
permanent residents in
France, and an additional
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million are believed to be
living in France either as
illegal immigrants or under
the guise of temporary
visitors.
During the last 10 years.
France's Arab community with
its 43 mosques. 22 newspapers,
dozens of schools, hospitals and
banks has become a vital
economic force and an important
political factor. French
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politicians and businessmen take
into account its political
aspirations and its economic
interests
ONE ROLLS ROYCE out of
every two registered in France
belongs to a Middle Eastern
Arab visitor, and one industrial
worker out of every 20 is a North
African immigrant. Lebanese
refugees float some of France's
Continued on Page K-A
Copenhagen Became
Another Mexico City
m\ YORK (JTA)
Bcoalition of Orthodox
groups has ex-
concern over a
court decision
ring the draft
ration law un-
Atutional because it
[limited to men.
u^'h a temporary stay
B decision was issued
Supreme Court
late Justice William
|an, the full court will
Jer the question in its
ling term, which
is in October.
^while, registration for
officially ended this
Brding to Kabbi Herman
rger. coordinator of the
pox Jewish Coalitoin on
ration of Women for the
pve Service System, rulings
chic authorities state that
religious law prohibits
Jewish girls from participating in
the Selective Service System,
whether in military or alternative
sen ice.
SHOULD THE lower court
ruling be upheld by the Supreme
Court, and if registration is then
to be reactivated. Congress will
have to pass a new registration
law providing for the registration
of women as well as men. he
noted Since the current draft law
provides for random selection for
induction from the pool of regis-
trants not exempted or deferred,
the problems are obvious and
ominous. Neuberger said
The Coalition consists of
Agudath Israel of America.
Central Congress of Orthodox
Kalibis. National Council of
Young Israel, National Jewish
Commission on Law and Public-
Affairs (COLPAL National
Society for Hebrew Day Schools
(Torah Umesorahl. Rabbinical
Alliance of America. Rabbinical
Council of America. Union of
Orthodox Jewish Congregations
Continued on Page 5-A
NEW YORK The
United Nations Decade for
Women conference is over
in Copenhagen, but the re-
verberations continue to
come back from the Danish
capital city in shock upon
shock.
The Conference of Presidents
of Major American Jewish i >r
::am/utions and B'nai H'rith in
the last week of the women -
meeting urged the Carter
\iimimstration to take the lead
in forcefully blocking efforts by
the Palestine Liberation
Organization and its allies in the
Soviet bloc and Third World
countries to subvert the United
Nations Decade for Women by
transforming it into a forum for
anti-Israel and anti-Zionist
propaganda.
AT THE same time. Bernice
Tannenbaum. president of
Hadassah. sent a letter, to
President Carter from Copen-
hagen in which she observed.
"We have seen our hope of sister-
hood profoundly shaken by a
divisive political circus.'' Mrs
Tannenbaum attended the
Copenhagen conference as a
delegate representing the World
Jewish Congress which has non-
governmental organization
status. The conference ended
Wednesday.
Howard Squadron, chairman
of the Presidents Conference,
sent a telegram to Secretary of
State Fdmund Muskie saying
that his organization's 34 con-
stituent members were "pro-
Continued on Page 15-A
Friendly Hint
Begin Tells British
Diplomat to Butt Out
In YORAM KE88EL
London Chronicle Syndicate
JERT SALEM Remarks by
I-ord Carrington. the British
Foreign Secretary, have earned
him stinging rebukes from
Menachem Begin, the Israeli
Prime Minister, and Itzhak
Shamir, the Israeli Foreign
Minister.
Begin was angered by an
interview with Lord Carrington
in London, broadcast by Israel
TV in which he told his inter-
viewer: "I think it would be a
great mistake if your Prime
Minister moves (hisoffkre) there''
(to Fast Jerusalem).
LORD CARRINGTON added:
I think it will make things very
much more difficult for your
friends and very much easier for
your enemies
Begin, who was then still in the
Hadassah Hospital in Jerusalem,
following a mild heart attack
three weeks ago. issued a prompt
rejoinder through the Prime
Minister's Office.
It said: The British Foreign
Secretary should remember the
following facts: It is not his
business to advise the Prime
Lord ('urrinntnii
Minister of Israel where his office
should be sited in Jerusalem, the
Capital of Israel, just as it Ls not
the business of any Israeli citizen
to make any comments to Mrs.
(Prime Minister Margaret I
Thatcher on where to site her
office in Ixindon. the capital of
the United Kingdom
"Jerusalem was the capital, a
Jewish capital, long before
London became the capital of the
United Kingdom.
"When King David moved the
capital of his kingdom from
Hebron, where he had reigned for
seven years (First Book of Kings,
Chapter 2. verse 111, the civilized
world had not yet heard of the
Continued on Page 6-A
3/ack Jewish Boxer
Trained in Bronx, He Won't Perform to Please Miami
[By IIASKELL COHEN
im writing this interview on
eve of Tisha B'sv. My
janion is a Black Jewish
by the name of Saoul
by who is the reigning super
jtweight champion of the
1. We have just concluded a
ission pertaining to the
action of both temples and
Mamby. who attended cheder. is
not that familiar with the various
tragedies which befell the Jewish
people on Tisha B'av. He's a
serious young man, and asked me
to tell him what happened to the
Jewish people on this particular
day.
I explained to him that there
were some eight or nine major
tragedies which, for reasons
unknown, have occurred on this
day of the Jewish calendar. He's
an interested listener and is very
much concerned over the fact
that the Jewish people have
suffered so much throughout the
centuries.
"WHY." he asked, "have the
so-called chosen people had so
much trouble and tragedy
throughout history?" Of course,
the answers I gave him were
answers he received from a
variety of rabbis he has talked
with over the years. Despite the
obvious answers which we have
been taught by tradition, Mamby
is not satisfied and just can't get
it through his head as to why the
Jewish people have been chosen
to suffer.
"I just cant believe that the
people whom the Almighty
adopted as his very own should
suffer so much at the hands of
our Father in heaven," Mamby
said.
Continued on Page 11 -A


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Greece and Israel have signed an agreement for cooperation m the field of tourism, which
aims to encourage tourism between the two countries. Prof. George Daskalakis (left),
president of the Xationai Tourist Organization of Greece, receives a commemorative plaque
from Yoram Ziv. director-general of the Israel Ministry of Industry and Trade, at the
signing ceremony. Looking on is the Greek diplomatic representative in Israel. Emmanuel
Spyridakis.
Headlines
Americans in Cuban Jails Anger JWV
National Commander Harris B Stone, on
behalf of the Jewish War Veterans of the U.S.A..
has expressed outrage over the holding of more
than 40 Americans in Cuban jails. In a state-
ment issued in Washington. Commander Stone
said. At a time when our attention is focused on
Cuban refugees coming to our shores in search of
freedom, we must not forget the Americans who
are being held in Cuba, many without benefit of
trial and suffering from violations of basic
human rights."
A case in point is the plight of Massachusetts
toy manufacturer Jon Gaynor. the 32-year-old
son of a member of the Jewish War Veterans
Post 106 in South Carolina Jon. along with Dale
Stanhope, have been prisoners in a Cuban jail
since December 5. 1979. charged with illegal
entry into Cuban waters.
Gaynor and Stanhope were arrested in Cuban
waters after their sailboat was thrown off course
in a four-day storm They were charged with
illegal penetration of Cuban waters even though
Gaynor repeatedly sent out distress signals on
VHF radio. Gaynor has not been allowed to see a
lawyer, nor does he know when he will be tried
Soviet authorities have committed Jewish
activist Vladimir Kislik to Psycho-Neurological
Hospital. No 21 in Kiev, according to reports
reveued by the Union of Councils for Soviet
Java and the Student Struggle for Soviet Jewry
The So\ iet ploy of forced psychiatric confine-
ment has been used in the past to silence op-
po fit ion and is particularly dreaded by dis-
sidents and aliyah activists since a person
declared insane can be held indefinitely and sub-
jected to mind altering drugs.
Sp\iet authorities had sentenced Kislik to 15
da> in prison earlier this month on trumped-up
charges of hooliganism and added an additional
15 days without explanation. After declaring a
hunger strike to protest his treatment, he was
transferred to the mental asvlum.
Italy has agreed not to assist Iraq in
developing nuclear weapons, according to the
U.S. State Department. The US asked Italy for
this commitment at the request of U.S. Sen
Richard Stone ll) Fla.l, chairman of the Senate
Foreign Relations Subcommittee on Near
Kastern and South Asian Affairs
The issue of Italy cooperating with Iraq in
developing nuclear explosive capability was
raised by the US when President Carter visited
Italy in June.
The State Department then notified Stone
that "We understand that the Italian govern-
ment, in implementing its nuclear cooperation
with Iraq, is fully aware of its commitments
under the Nonproliferation Treaty and the
London Supplier Guidelines and that it does not
intend to assist Iraq in establishing a capability
for developing nuclear explosives."
The appointment of Jon R H addon as director
of the School of Sacred Music of Hebrew Union 1
College-Jewish Institute of Religion has been
announced by Dr Alfred Gottschalk. president.
The new director is both a cantor and a rabbi.
A 35-year-old native of Chicago. Rabbi Haddon
was invested as a cantor in 1972 after studying
for five years at the school he now heads and was
ordained as a rabbi this year after five additional
years of study in the Hebrew Union College
rabbinic program Earlier, he studied voice and
music education at the University of Illinois,
where he earned the Bachelor's degree cum laude
in 1967.
Rabbi Haddon s appointment. Dr. Gottschalk
said, is part'of a plan to expand the School of
Sacred Music, which is located in the Brookdale
Center of the college in New York City
Philadelphia religious leaders and energy
experts, representing the Protestant. Catholic
and Jewish communities, joined hands last waok
to kick off their campaign against wasteful
energy consumption by conducting audit- of
three religious institutions
The newly formed group, calling itself the
Interfaith Coalition on Energy, -pent the entire
day examining the energy usage of Temple
Kodeph Shalom. St Francis Xavier Roman
Catholk Church and Old First Reform Church of
the I'nited Church of Christ
\coording to one spokesman for the Coalition,
which is comprised of representatives of the
Metropolitan Christian Council of Philadelphia
IMCCP), the Archdiocese of Philadelphia, and
the American Jewish Committee (AJO, this
event is the first in a series of efforts designed to
place improved energy efficiency on the agenda
of the Philadelphia religious community
Chanan Alexander, a native of California, has
been named the new director of the Leaders
Training Fellowship of the Jewish Theological
Seminary of America The appointment was
announced by .Mrs Sylvia Kltenberg. who is
Dean of Educational Development at the
Seminary
Alexander succeeds Dr Joseph Friedman who
has Kone on aliyah to Israel where he will be
working for the Ministry of Education on cur-
riculum for Jewish schools* in the diaspora
The Leaders Training Fellowship is a national
organization sponsored by the National Fed-
eration of Jewish Men's Clubs. Created over 25
years ago. LTF was designed to meet the needs
of teen-ager* interested in continuing their
Jewish education through high school.
Two Soviet Jews have been awarded the
Samuel Rothberg Prize in Jewish Education at
the Hebrew University's Convocation "for their
courageous efforts and achievements in teaching
Hebrew in the USSR. -
The two Russian Jews. Dr. Yoeif Begun, who
is in exile in Siberia and received his prize in
absentia, and Levy Ulanovsky, who is in Israel
and was on hand to receive his prize, were
honored at a ceremony in the Mount Scoups
amphitheater in Jerusalem.
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News in Brief
Race Recess to Press Jerusalem Bill
\- Israeli vieu of the Franco-Iraqi nuclear arms deal by
ionist Doth in the newspaper, 'Maarii //;. caption
Is 'Atom bombs for Iraq (rood wishes to France on
BastUU Day London Chronicle Syndicate
Police Guard Belgian
Jews in Wake Of
Attack on Teen-Agers
BRUSSELS (JTA) -
Jewish communal insti-
tutions throughout
Belgium have heen granted
special round-the-clock po-
lice protection following
Sunday's attack against a
up ol Jewish teen-agers
in Antwerp which resulted
he death i a 15-year
ild Ix'y ami the wounding
itta< kei. a man
\i : travel
ments, hurled two
ides at .1 group <>l l"
Iren m liting to board .1
bus for summer camp.
PARIS-BORN David Kohane,
1 pan nts had just driven
I m lo Antwerp Community
nter and were still pronl
n the attack rnok place, was
mIIii! on the spot. CiOM to 20
children ware wounded. 17
iualy, and six of them are
still m .1 critical condition. Most
ol the parents, members of the
\gudat Israel and generally
employed in the diamond In-
dustry, saw the attack and then
h< Iped chase the assailant.
\v hen pinned down by the
parents and Belgian police who
had mmed in the chase, the man
said I want to be judged
within the framework ol the
I sraeli conflict. They
ntly meaning the
kill our children as
I In man. believed to be
a .is carrying .1 h< av j
luiomatk pistol and 18

away from the
indemoniura
,i oungsters were
j. blood and crying out in
1 annl mm trj ing to ^i\ <
: passers 03 massed in a
circle, and after a few minutes
dozens of ambulances and police
ears rushed to the site of the
.11 lack.
THE BUS was parked at the
time in front of the Jewish Com-
munal Center on the Rue
l.amoriniere in the heart of
Jewish Antwerp, a small ghetto-
like area where practically all
--hops are Jewish-owned, and
nearly all restaurants and cafes
are Kosher. As people, many
wearing traditional Hassidic
_ dress, rushed out into the
Cstreets, the police took fast
action to try and prevent ad-
ditional attacks.
Later during the day. the pre-
cautionary steps were further
intensified, and police guards
were stationed outside most
Jewish institutions throughout
the country
Police arc also guarding the
hospitals where the wounded
youngsters were treated and the
obstetrical unit at MiddeJhelm
when ') ear-old >un-
V I.mine Pollak, w ho is
pregnant, is in 1 he
nit
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nadi was t hroa n : I Al
office m Hrugsels, wounding two
pie and on \pnl 10,
people, all Belgian passengers,
nren woundi d al Zauantem Vii
port near Brussels bj a hand
grenade
The Palestine Liberal ion Or-
ganization denounced the attack,
and the Belgian authorities were
convinced al the time that it was
carried out by a fanatic dissident
Palestinian branch.
JERUSALEM The Knes
set s l^egal Committee is working
overt inn to prepare the contro-
v 1 rsial Jerusalem Mill for its final
two readings before the and of
tins week when Parliament
adjourns lor summer rec ss\ \[
une time, it is adding
ndments to the m .1 -
aimi
1 in ii lam thai the bill has en-
gendered abroad
llic committee has agreed on
one amendment thai would
remove from the original
language the stipulation thai
the unity and integrit) ol
greater Jerusalem, in i>st Si*
Da) War borders, shall not be
impaired
Members ol the committee
expressed hope that the deletion
of references to borders would
minimize the political damage
already done to Israel by passage
of the bill at its first Knesset
reading
JERUSALEM There was
no official Israeli reaction to the
death of the former Shah of Iran
in Cairo. But Interior Minister
Yosef Burg expressed regrets and
said he was sorry the deposed
Shah had not died in his home-
land.
The Shah, who had been
friendly toward Israel, died in a
Cairo hospital at the age of 60 of
side affects brought about by
cancer for which he had been
undergoing treatment for the
pas) six years His death came 18
months after fleeing the Islamic
lilt ion that sw epi his
countn
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veland In u was nun.
into the Jew ish Spi oi
l ame in ftonl oi 100 |
Beverly Hills b> the general
manager of the Los Angeles
baseball team, MCampanis
\i M time have I been s,>
deeply moved as I have been this
evening to be recognized a .lew
by Jews," said Rosen, who was
president of the New York
Yankees when thev won their
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AMSTERDAM The
Netherlands Government and the
Amsterdam municipality will
contribute 90 percent of the 15
million Guilders cost of restoring
the 300-year-old former (ireal
Synagogue ol Amsterdam which
m ill become a Jewish historical
museum.
Tin -\ nagogue in Jonas 11
Meyer Square, was dedicated in
1670 and sen
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ll was cli Bed '43 bj
h time moat of A am's
.lews had been i I b> the
Nazis 11 did not reop n
The building has been desig
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since it is ol a quasi-religious
i bar.n ler. the Dutch Ministry lor
Culture and Social \ffairs has
agreed to contribute towards us
restoration The Amsterdam
municipality owns the building
Highlight Plight of Russian Prisoners
At Protest Meeting in London
By ZEEV BEN SHLOMO
London Chronicle Syndicate
The plight of the three
remaining prisoners of the
Leningrad trial in December,
1970 Iosif Mendelevich. Yuri
Kyodorov and Alexri Murzhenko
was highlighted at a meeting
in Ixmdon recently.
Anaioly Altman. a former
prisoner of the Leningrad trial
who had been released in April.
1979 pointed out that June 15
was the tenth anniversary of
t heir .iTest in 1970 I n v lew ol the
ill-health and deteriorating
conditions ol thi prisoners, their
.is, is not oi ttei ol
.
lOSIf Ml API IT \ l( 11
\ .li w is in a stati
stanl starvation
on eating only
kosher food, that is, bread and
water. He also insists on ob-
serving Jewish holidays. His
insistence on observing the
Jewish religion had been
regarded as a breach of the labor
camp regulation. He was trans-
ferred to Vladimir prison, the
most notorious in the Soviet
Union After three years of even
more punishment and
deprivation, he is psychologically-
shattered
Both Mexei Murzhenko and
Yuri Kyodoiw are sick men
\ie\ei Murzhenko had been
sentenced to 14 years ol im-
prisonment and Yuri Fyodoiw to
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The Silent Terror
It takes a heap of guts to throw a hand grenade
at a group of youngsters as they are boarding a bus
to go off to summer camp. Yet that is what a
Lebanese terrorist did in Belgium on Sunday.
This must be seen in the context of the
"debate" for a Palestinian state which the General
Assembly of the United Nations just staged, and
which resulted in a resolution calling for just about
everything except the outright extermination of
Israel.
Why not that? Because no mention of Israel
was necessary. The resolution's demands for with-
drawal, secession and concession on Israel's part are
so sweeping that they amount to the same thing.
There will, of course, be no mention in the
Communist and Third World Parliament of Puppets
of the terrorist outrage in Belgium on Sunday.
The New Expediency
But what of the Europeans, who through the
last 2.000 years of their history have been killing
Jews en masse as a matter of course, with but a
momentarv pause in their pattern since the end of
World War II?
What about the Europeans, who are by now
bored with a life devoid of Jew-killing and who have
joined ranks once again in their common cause? Will
there be no word from them?
We write these words on the eve of the General
Assembly vote on the latest Palestine resolution.and
it is a safe bet that the resolution will pass by the
crude consent of crude Communist and Third World
affirmation.
It is a less safe bet. but certainly likely, that
the European Economic Community members will
say "nay" because the resolution fails to mention
Israel's right to exist. But this is mere cosmetics.
In the scheme of things today. Israel is the
heavy for a Western world that has so obviously
and pathetically failed to learn a single lesson from
the betrayal of Czechoslovakia at Munich. And so
the terrorist children who were off to Camp in
Belgium need no mention either not from the
likes of those in the ranks of the New Expediency.
A Medieval Legacy
Was it worth all the effort to try to change the
anti-Semitic character of the Oberammergau
Passion Play?
A series of recent developments both in Ger-
many and in the United States argue that the effort
to revise the 1980 production has in fact resulte in
a number of quite substantial positive de ;op-
menta.
Pint, a survey of the West German 888,
radio, and TV just completed by the American
Jewish Committee discloses tha there has been "a
virtually unanimous repudiation of the anti-Jewish
as and images in thi Oberammergau Passion
Plaj by the most influen ial public- opinion media in
Germany."
Cond, as far back as .January. I960, the I S
Army Chaplain Corps in Europe informed the AJC
by letter that it was now extricating chapels and
chaplains from selling tickets to the Passion Play'
tor all American military personnel in Europe.
And finally, a number of major U.S. travel
agents, university alumni groups, and churches are
distributing widely our studies detailing the anti-
Jewish themes in the Passion Play in order to
immunize tourists against its prejudicial virus.
"The gods may work slowly," but in time
through such education programs they will work
exceedingly well in uprooting this baleful medieval
legacy.
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Why Register Only the Young':
IN THE growing twilight of
my middle years. 1 am still sur-
rounded by young people still,
because part of my life's work as
a college teacher puts me into
contact with them daily
Most observers would think I
should be happy about that The
common belief is that the young
are a rejuvenating antidote
against age 1 have found this to
be untrue In fact, daily contact
with them is a chore
PARTICULARLY during the
last decade, they have grown
increasingly passive at best And
sullen at worst. Their drug and
sexual excesses have imprinted
both their faces and their
manners with an aura of
decadence right out of the per-
fumed degeneracy that charac-
terizes a novel by Joris Karl
Huysmans
They are largely illiterate both
functionally and in the sense that
they suffer from a paralyzing
indifference to the written word
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Instead, thev gorge themselves
on the junk food that is the menu
of the visual image on television
and at the movies Because the
message there is violence in un-
relenting crisis, they have a
pathological view of reality
This is worsened by the fact
that thev are little interested in
the politics and the intellectual
ferment that mark the world in
which they live If they know
little of the present, they are even
less knowledgeable about the
past: history bores them
IN FACT, 'boredom' is the
most frequent word that youn*
people use to describe their
W eitanschauung When I point
out to them that chronic boredom
is a dangerous symptom only a
short step away from clinic .
.motional disability, they shrxi^-
off the warning as old man i
preachment
The common bond of
America's young today ja
material thirst Because thev
know little or nothing about th.
nation's history, they regard a
discussion of its ideals as even
more preachment On the other
hand, they are a fountatnhead of
knowledge of immorality at th.
public trough as justification for
their own narrow economic
compulsions
Having said all these nasty
things about them. I must aU>
say that immorality at the public
trough can hardly assist them as
role models of behavior to give up
on their one-sided materialist:
any more than our sexual and
drug hypocrisies can encoura^;.
them to abandon their excess. -
for a new life patterned after th.
adventures of Jack Armstrong
I IX) NOT excuse the young ir,
the way that they excuse them
jlef. hut I suddenly find my s.
drawn toward their defense no v.
that the nation has decided
register them for what is moM
likely an impending military
draft
I am drawn toward this am
hivalence of feeling by twi
things One is the line
argument offered by those who
defend a peace-time draft the
duties attendant to living in a
democracy, patriotic fevling. the
willingness one ought to ha\
make personal sacrifices in the
cause of freedom
Tha second thing is selective
morality all those arguments
here enumerated by thott
delending a peace-time dral'
the same time that they a|
tiln arguments nowhere
and especially not to themselv M
WITH RESPECT to th. ,
guments. 1 can offer no object ion
I believe we da suffer a nati
>Tth of patriotic feeling 1
helieve that then '. h-
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On Reexamining Our Immigration Laws
This -'M land of liberty got
g without any legal
n on ininiigr.ilmn fol

ding
entrj
Si veil ter, the lav.
doOH to idi
lunatics, and peo) leal)
coom public chargi -
In those yaart, the heady
inhalation of Nordic and Aryan
supremacy philosophies had not
vet bagUB. But by 1915. the bug
of racism had started to bite, and
Teddy Roosevelt, carried away
by chauvinism declared: There
is no room in this country for
hyphenated Americanism .
The one absolutely certain way of
bringing this nation to ruin .
would be to permit it to become a
tangle of squabbling
nationalities."
SUCH recollections flood back
to us now that Castro has cast
cores of boatloads of Cuban
refugees on the Atlantic to head
for Florida in the same season
that finds penniless Haitians also
knocking on our doors. To the
credit of the great majority of our
countrymen, it must be recorded
that we are generally com-
passionate about these sea-tossed
refugees.
One hears little objection to
President Carter's latest de-
cision to establish a six-
months' period of parole for those
who have lately left Cuba and
Haiti, with Congress given ample
opportunity to examine ami act
upon special legislation to
advanced bj the va hue House
That some of the newcomers
se.k asylum from political and
religious oppression while others
desire to settle in a frve land
where poverty will not be their
constant burden doesn't raise the
ami immigration hackles at-
tending the long, bitter fights in
Congress over ethnic quotas
written into our history during
the years. 19171965.
IT SEEMS reasonable then to
urge reevaluation of two subjects
appropriate for classroom study
now that the Cubans and
Haitians are making the
headlines: (1) the crushing of
most of the discrimination
coloring our 20th Century im
migration laws; (21 ultimate
truth about the world's refugees
Our countrymen's early
determination to establish im-
migration barriers was rooted in
fear of that factor loosely known
as the Yellow Peril The entry of
t hinese and other Asiatic labor
was fought Later on. anxiety
over the arrival of thousands of
eastern Europeans and folks from
Meditarranean brim bro
d fof I:'
liil U
nsoi

. ntry nliiained entry
tor their German
RriUah couamat the peopa '
..iine from Russia, were legally
discriminated against Thus did
we celebrate the first post World
V\ ar I years
SEN PAT MCCARRAN
Nevada and Congressman
Francis Walter of Pennsylvania
lent their names to the 1952 Art.
an outrageous shoring up of
existing national origin Quotas,
driving a longer spike of racism
into our immigration history
This post-World War H
legislative disaster stirred op-
position to all who found con
tinuing claims of Aryan
supremacy repugnant.
Thirteen years of tedious
uphill effort led fortunately to
passage of the Immigration Act
of 1965. a hammer stroke
smashing national origins
quotas. A great nation's honor
was restored: equality of op-
portunity to find residence in
America was practically assured
This brings us to confront the
sizeable task of keeping the
record honest regarding refugees
Ever since 1948. problems
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The ArguS
Passion Play Windfall
For Ticket Scalpers
By DAVID KANTOR
BONN (JTA) The
1980 Passion Play at
Oberammergau has become
West Germany's run-away
hit this summer, a windfall
for ticket scalpers and
black marketeers and an
apparent vindication of
Oberammergau's Mayor
Ernst Zwink who opposed
changes in the text to re-
move anti-Semitic material
on grounds that the play in
its present form was a
commercial success.
Swiss Cemetery
Is Desecrated
GENEVA UTAI rheold
Jewish cemetery <>t Carougs in
va ha- been desecrated ban
sn ii ,u mbatonea w< i
overturnad and sprayed with
alogana death i" ih- Jews,
your dead -ha!! nevei real in
peace and Hitler's leaaon has
n>i been forgotten Tha word
.. and large swastikas were
drawn "i in.ins ol tha tomb
atonea
The Geneva polka dapartnwni
area alerted by an anonymoti-
phone callei whr> -aid. "The
Nazis are -till active Go and see
tha cemetery mtarouge
THE POLICE departmant has
opened an investigation, hut a
department apokeaman -aid that
it was too early to determine who
desecrated the cemetery. The
police trunk it may be a political
act. but do not rule out that it
may have l>een committed by
emotionally disturbed people
While the Swiss police want to
minimize the importance of the
incident. Israeli circles in
Switzerland connect this act with
the desecration of the Jewish
cemetery in Basel two months
ago
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The controversial production,
depicting the suffering of Jesus.
has l>een performed in Oberam-
mergau at the beginning of every
decade since ISM and is of major
economic importance to that
Bavarian village. I-ong regarded
as a source of blatant anti-
Semilism. blaming Jew-
collectively for the crucifixion,
the text has been toned down
considerably
BIT ACCORDING to the
American Jewish Committee, the
A nil-Defamation League of
H'nai B'nth and other Jewish
and non-Jewish sources, it is still
rampant with anti-Jewish bias,
rooted in a tradition of hostility
and contempt toward Jews and
Judaism
Zwink was elected mayor two
years ago on a platform rejecting
calls for substantial reform of
the text Lately, he has noted
that the success of the current
version proved that the text
should not be tampered with.
The demand for tickets has
exceeded past records and has
given rise to a flourishing black
market, recently detected by
Munich police, which bought up
blocs ol tickets at the average
price of t><) Marks and sold them
for more than double their face
value.
SINCE THE beginning of the
vear. the police have brought
charge- against several
speculators. In one case, an
organized group ol W* visitors to
Oberammergau bought tickets
and sold them illegally after
erasing the original price.
The only tickets available
legally are those returned by
purchasers who cannot attend
I be performance Kvery day
there are huge queues outside
the Imix office waiting for the 30
Mi "<) returned tickets
Possible Women's
Draft Worries
Orthodox Jews
Continued from Page 1-A
of America. I'nion of Orthodox
Kabbis of the I'nited State- and
Canada. United Lubavitch
Organization and United Satmar
Community
Neuberget streaaed that while
the position of the Coalition is
based on religion, it is in accord
with the conclusions of a report of
the Subcommittee on Manpower
and Personnel of the U.S. House
of Representatives
THAT REPORT, prepared in
connection with the new regis-
tration law. concluded that the
judgment of military k-aders and
Congress was that a men-only
system best serves national
security.
Pointing to studies that show-
that women volunteer in suf-
ficient numbers to fill the
positions open to them, the
report stated it was thus not
necessary to draft women The
report said that since a draft
would be based on a random
selection from the pool ol
registrant-, in time ol nation.i
emergency when men would in
needed quickly tor combat, an
equal number ol men and women
would hat e Ul lie called up
Moreover, sexually integrated
units would create great (lit
fruity lor military planners will
respect lo combat depfoymen
according to the report
THE REPORT alxu relerrwl m
the impact registering and drull
ing women would have on i '"<
family unit and maintained ih it
decision on thi- question i-
properl) within the pin ii w "I
Congress
Dennis Rapps. exoi uli\<
director of COLI' \ who i-
aerving as an attorney loi ih
Coalition, said that the Coal.11-
would continue to work
politically to avoid the regi-
t rat ion of women He said thai
the Coalition would also file a
friend-of-the-court brief with 'he
Supreme Court when it considers
the issue in the fall
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Squadron's Rebuff of 56
Applauded by Reader
Friendly Hint
Begin Tells Briton to Butt Out
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
I cannot resist writing to
congratulate you applauding the
statement by Howard Squadron
in your editorial. "56 American
Jews."
Two of the 56. Rabbis Joachim
Prinz and Alexander Schindler.
are well known for their inter-
ference in the policy of Israel. The
hypocrisy of their statement!
They sit behind their safe desks
History will prove Menachem
Begin to be the Harry Truman of
Israel, a gutsy, brainy guardian
of the safety of Israel He cannot
afford to be wrong in the choices
that are made too much is at
stake
MONTY MORRIS
(learwater. Fla
OUR
Readeps
WRite
in America, but it is the Israelis
who have to carry guns to protect
themselves against PLO ter-
rorists and who live in fear each
day of an attack.
IT WOULD be foolhardy for
Israel to give up the West Bank
to the PLO with PLO guns aimed
at its back some 25 kilometers
away.
Israel, as an independent
democratic State, is vital to the
interest of the I'nited States
Those who would be tempted to
imp<>-. ,i settlement on Israel are
wrong It is the Israelis, not our-
selves, who must endure the
immediate consequences of any
agreement, and it would be
totally unacceptable for the 56 to
condition Israel on willingness to
accept risks that we ourselves
would find intolerable if con
fronted with similar cir-
cumstances
EDITOR. ThtJtwish Floridian
Please help me observe the
special mitzvah ol hi ted SAW
Emu This is the special care and
tribute given to one who has
passed on to his eternal reward
I refer to Seymour Kaplowitz.
founder and president of the
American Anti-Nazi Association.
I have been away from Miami for
about two months on various
missions to Israel and other
countries. I have just returned to
Miami and was distressed to hear
that Mr. Kaplowitz died the early
part of July.
THOSE OF US who knew and
worked with him will always
remember his zealous devotion to
the task of alerting the com-
munity to the dangers of neo-
Nazism.
He was unrelenting in his con
tinuing efforts to unearth Nazi
war criminals who entered our
country illegally, and his work
produced important evidence
that i- being used by the I s
Department ol Justice in
preparing the court cases.
Our community is so much
poorer hsrSUSS Mr Kaplowitz is
no longer with us May his
memory lie a blessing and in-
spiration to us all
RABBI HI BIN R DOBIN
Miami Beach
Continued from Page 1-A
city of London.
BEGIN ISdetermined to move
his office to Fast Jerusalem. Dr
Yosef Burg, the Interior Minister
who heads Israel's West Bank
and Gaza Strip autonomy nego-
tiation team, confirmed this in
Washington last week
Dr Burg reported to the
Cabinet that he had told the
Egyptian Foreign Minister,
General Kamal Hassan Mi, and
Americs i Special Middle I ssl
Vmbsssador, Sol I.mow it/, of
Begins determination during
talks in the U S capital
He had recalled. Dr Burg told
his Cabinet colleagues that Begin
had made the decision some years
ago
New premises at the fool of
Mount Scopus were being
prepared, and once the building
was ready, the Prime Minister s
Office would be moved there.
(The premises referred to are in
the Sheikh Jarrah quarter,
behind the police station.)
NOT ONLY have the United
States and Israel's friends in
Kurope advised against this "ill-
timed move." but the Egyptians
strongly oppose it as well
Begins sharp reply to Lord
Carnngton's remarks in the TV
interview followed strong
criticism of the Foreign Secretary
for statements he made in the
House of Ixirds
Lord (amngton said that the
EEC's Venice declaration had
reflected the Nine's bebef that
the Palestine Liberation
Organization enjoys a con-
siderable Palestinian support.
both in the occupied territories
end elsewhere, and cannot be left
! Recount if a lasting pejsjo
settlement is to be negotiated
HE ADDED that the EEC did
not condone unacceptable PLO
policies and actions The dec-
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laration had made it clear that
the PLO must fully accept the
principles of a negotisted settle-
ment, including Israel's right to
exist."
The Foreign Secretary said
that the EEC emphatically'
rejected the El Fatah aim of
destroying Israel, expressed at
its recent meating in Uamascu-
(El Fatah is the largest of the
terrorist organizations making
up the PLO Moth are heeded by
"i sail \r..r.it i
\fer calling on the PLO to
dissociate itsell from this aim.
Lord Carrington -aid that
Israel, too, must tnodif) some.it
its s[,,t,.m,nts and actions
HE CONTINUED It cannot
be rapted t often that the
continuing expansion of settle
moots in the occupied territories
makes the achievement of peace
much more difficult
Our fundamental com
mitment to Israel does not and
cannot extend to her actions as
an occupying power
Shamir's reaction came in sn
address to the National Defense
College, which wss released to
the media by his aides
Hritain had apparently learned
nothing from the past. Shamir
declared She was following tin-
same as tie fore 194>. when she
hoped to win oxer the Arab
nations bj opposing the creation
of the State of Israel
'Later, after Israel had become
an established political fact.'
Shamir stated. "British foreign
policy continued to delude
into thinking that it could woo
the Arabs by demanding that
chunks of Israel should be torn
away
KF.FFRRINC. to Lord tar
nngton I description of Isi lei a*
an occupying power, Shamir
said he 'wondered" wh\ Bi
did not use the same
when she npeaks ol Jord u
held those same t. nil
lude.i and Samaria for
as a result of miiit.f.
cupation
\s for Lord I ar: .
remarks about the EEC's .rn.
mitment to Israel, a St.f. :.,:
not only the right to exist
also the minimal conditi<>;--
enable it to do so The on 3
borders did not provide
minimal conditions
The Foreign Secretary and his
Department have reacted t.i
Hegin's strictures with an air ol
offended innocence
Lord Carnngton has let it be
known that he is rather pur
/led" by the Israeli Prime
Minister's criticism, as he m
reiterated a well-established
position in the matter ol I
Jerusalem held by Britain as
well a> by all of her allies ,
numtier of years
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adjusted on the bill Ken -u-ven
f
It seems that everything s going
up' Ten years ago. the minerals
and chemicals in the human
body were worth only 98 cents
Now they're valued at $7 28
LOOKING FOR A SCAPEGOAT in the cause of
inflation, the energy cnas. social ills, drugs bnngs
about a sense of frustration And skepticism Can we
handle the problems of the future> The freedoms that we
chensh will survive if the individual is willing to make
sacnfices Our personal, political and economic freedoms
are all intertwined and cannot exist alone
Historian Kdwrd Gibbon wrote of the tendency in
ancient Greece to sacrifice individual freedoms so that
social .restitutions could rule society
In the end, Athenians wanted secunry more than
they wanted freedom They wanted a comfortable
He and they lost it all secunry, comfort and
freedom When they finally wanted not togrve to
society but for society to grve to them when
the freedom they wished for most was freedom
mm responsibility it was then Athens ceased
to be free
Let us learn from their mistakes
IVoplc^scrving people.
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The oblique criticism,
which was seen as directed
at the United States for
vacillating and weak
position it has taken on the
issue of Jerusalem both
inside and outside the
United Nations, was con-
tained in a letter to Rabbi
Joseph Sternstein, presi-
dent of the American Zion-
ist Federation, which is
sponsoring the Jerusalem
Pilgrimage from Nov. 17 to
20.
SENDING HIS warmest
greetings" to the Pilgrimage or-
ganizers. Kollek said: "Your
demonstration of solidarity and
identity with Jerusalem will help
manifest the determination of
the Jewish people to safeguard
our city." He added he was
looking forward to welcoming
the Pilgrimage in November
Prime Minister Menachem
Pegin of Israel had previously
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Continued from Page 1-A
major banking loans, others own
large blocs of shares in major
industrial enterprises.
Many of these relative
newcomers now represent large
French corporations in Saudi
Arabia and the Persian Gulf
states handling huge sums and
indirectly controlling a heavy
share of France's exports to the
Arab world. Since January, 1977,
in slightly over three years, 29
new Arab-owned banks have
opened in France to handle the
huge amount of cash passing
through the country.
All along the Champs FJysees.
Paris main avenue, Lebanese
restaurants have opened to cater
to this new clientele. The former
"'Regine's." once the center of the
Paris jet set society, has passed
into new hands and renamed
The Reirut." I/ebanese Tyre
wine is flown in by special plane
and Arab bakeries throughout
Pans now prepare fresh pita like
in the suks of Cairo or Damascus
ONE OF Pans landmarks, the
world famous Ritz Hotel, has
been bought by an Egyptian
resident; the Cafe de la Paix,
when generations of tourists
traditionally sat. is owned by a
Kuwaiti company The elegant
Prince de (ialles Hotel, where
many senior Israeli government
and Jewish Agency officials stay,
is now owned by an Kgyptian On
the hotel's seventh floor,
Lebanese leader Raymond Kdde
has his private apartment and a
22 room office suite which many
describe as a l-ebanese govern-
ment in exile.
Frances naval pride, the
France. the world 'a largest
liner, was originally lx>ught by-
Arab businessman Akram Ojjeh
Another Saudi entrepreneur.
dh.uth Pharaon. is the owner of a
XV Century castle, the Chateau
de Montfort. which he met as an
occasional weekend home
Frances Arab population is
basically divided into two
communities the North Africans
w ho started off as poor, unskilled
workers, and the Middle Kastem
investors attracted not only by
the pleasant VN est huropean
living standards but also by their
desire to closely control their
business interests and financial
investments.
THE MASSIVE North
African immigration to France
started at the end of the Algerian
war Most of the arrivals at the
time, in 19H1. were Algerians who
had collaborated with the French
Administration and feared
possible reprisals Franee, at the
start of a large-scale economic-
expansion, was keen for cheap,
undemanding and unskilled
labor.
The North African influx
continued over the years. Today,
according to official statistics,
there are close to one million
Algerians in France, half a
million Moroccans and a quarter
of a million Tunisians. They still
remain the core of the
country's low paid labor
force the men who sweep the
streets, build the roads, and work
at menial tasks in the Renault
and Peugeot automobile plants.
By their very penetration into
French economic life, the North
Africans have become an im-
portant factor both in the con-
sumer and in the distribution
process. "Should the North
African merchants or consumers
decide to boycott a certain
product, its producers would be
out of business within less than a
fortnight.'' a member of the Paris
Chamber of Commerce admitted
recently.
THE NORTH African
population is politically highly
motivated and well organized
within a multitude of
associations and unions where
political indoctrination is the
rule. In most Algerian cultural
centers there are regular weekly
lectures on such delicate subjects
as Jerusalem, the Palestinians
and the "Israeli aggression
against our Arab brothers."
For the time being, most of
this population is still too busy to
assimilate: it is still fighting too
hard for basic economic well-
being to find time for political
involvement in France. In less
than a generation, however,
many of them will have opted for
French nationality, will vote, will
bring pressure to bear and will
openly make their voices and
political views heard
Their natural leaders are
already on the spot Two
generations of Arab-born
lawyers, doctors and intellectuals
who have studied in F"ranee and
have remained are generally
opting for French citizenship
THEIR ECONOMIC
framework is also being rapidly
established Over 20 Arab-owned
links have opened in the Pans
region alone since January 1V+77
\mong them are such giants as
the Union of Arab and French
Hanks with a turnoverol over 13
billion Francs in 1977; the Arab
Investment Hank with a turnover
of five billion Francs; the Franco-
Arab Investment Hank with a
four billion Francs turnover, and
the Arab Intercontinental Hank,
with a turnover of three-and-a-
half billion Francs in 1977
The arrival in France in 1 V*77 of
some 20.(UK) I,ehanese refugees
gave a new impetus to the Arab
business community Most of
these refugees came with money,
with considerable business ex-
perience and with a practical
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practices.
They took over hundreds of
business companies and now
work as French representatives
in the Persian Gulf states and
Saudi Arabia and operate smaller
but highly active banks in Paris.
Lichtenstein and Geneva
FRENCH REAL estate agents
sav that half of the apartments
they sell in the 10.000-20.000
Francs per square met*r range
are bought by Arabs and mainly
Lebanese refugees. These
refugees also reportedly now own
10 percent of the Dumez in-
dustrial empire. 44 percent of
various airline companies and 39
percent of the Dunkerque
chemical concern
Many of them have joined
older Arab established firms or
businessmen such as the groups
led by Akram Ojjeh, a Syrian
Ixirn multi-billionaire; Adnan
Khashoggi, a Saudi Arabian
business wizard. (ihaith
Pharaon. a ;W-year-old Saudi
Arabian who is an electronic
engineer and a graduate of
Harvard, and the Dee owner of
the Intra-Investment Arab Hank
and the First Arab Corporation
IFACI, which several yean ago
tried to buy 26 percent of the
Lockheed Corporation la bid
turned down by the Washington
Vlministralionl and is DOW
eyeing the Dassault Works
Tamra/ I FAC is aI-<> openly
bidding lor half a dozen giant
refineries in Western Europe,
Canada and Puerto Rico
This Arab Strength 1- SO 00
vious that Khashoggi declared
recently m Parts Whether you
like it or not, we are henceforth
liound together
The \rab economic
penetration in France is Ises
spectacular than in Britain,
where they concentrate on
prestige real estate, and more in
depth whan Arab money flow,
into industrial projects and long-
range economic enterprises
Ojjeh recently explained to the
French weekly. /.. Point
"French enterprises need money
and we need technology and
growth companies. We are bound
to link our destinies together "
THE PERMANENCY of the
Arab implantation in France is
symbolized by the new Arab
press Among the 30-plus Arab
publications sre such renowned
new spapers and periodicals as An
Sahar. At Mstakbal. with s self-
proclaimed regular circulation of
90.000; At Watan At Arabi. At
Hawadess". At Riyad, At
Iktissad we Almal Al Arabi. and
Itar Assayad. and at least 30 or
40 other lesser known
publications.
In chic Pans areas, or on the
Cote d-Azur. an affluent Arab
resident leaves his elegant eight
or nine-room apartment, drives
his Bentley or Lincoln Con
tinentaJ car to his office when he
does not yet have a chaufeur and
bodyguard, has lunch st a
Lebanese restaurant, goes out in
the evening to an Arab casino
and meets friends over drinks
later at one of the chic clubs
On the way. he stops at a
newspaper kiosk to pick up some
Arsb dailies or weeklies
published in France.
AT THE same time, a poor
Arab worker, generally from
North Africa, sweeps the streets
or weighs fruits snd vegetable
a smsll dingy shop, but
nonetheless feels pert of the same
"Moslem and Arab community
in spite of his one-room flat with
practically no heating and jusl
one tap of running water
Both worlds, the multi
billionaires and the poor, are and
feel part of the same family and
Arab community Many Frei
Jews feel and fear that in
than a generation from no*
France's Arabs will bscorni
main force in French politic.)
economic life
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reported at a meeting of the VVZO Kxecutive. According
to limbless, it is "the greatest settlement dm.
Zionist history." Only -'-' of the 141 settlement-
immigrant settlements, he said.
DrobleM reported that the settlement plans of si
groups of new immigrants have been delayed by financial
difficulties. He also contended that the IL 2 billion
allocated by the Housing and Construction Ministry this
year for the new settlements is insufficient to cover th<
needs The Kxecutive deferred further discussion of
settlement problems to a later session.
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Deny Waldheim Called for Palestinian Statehood
By DAVID FRIEDMAN
UNITED NATIONS -
i,ITAI A spokesman for
United Nations Secretary
General Kurt Waldheim
has denied that Waldheim
had made a "call" for a
Palestinian state at a
dinner given by the Arab
League Friday night. But
h, said the Secretary
General had spoken in
"favor of Palestinian self-
determination including
statehood.*'
This exercise in diplomatic
semantics came at the daily press
briefing here as the Israel
Mission to the UN was
distributing a statement saying
Waldheim had exceeded the
limits of his office'' by his
statement and had "put himself
squarely on the side of one of the
parties in the Arab-Israel con-
flict.'
WHEN THE UN spokesman
was first asked about
Waldheim's statement at the
Arab league dinner, he said, "no
such call" for a Palestinian state
had been made. He said
Waldheim had spoken of the
right of Palestinians to self-
determination" and had said the
Palestine Liberation
Organization "must participate
in negotiations" for a Middle
East peace. He said this was
nothing more than Waldheim had
said on previous public occasions.
But when the spokesman was
pressed further. he said
Waldheim said he favored
"Palestinian self-determination,
including statehood." He added
that one of the ways self-
determination can express itself
is through statehood. But he said
he was only objecting to the use
of the word "call" in connection
with Waldheim's remarks.
The spokesman also admitted
that Waldheim "expressed" the
view that a solution to the
Mideast problem required Israeli
withdrawal from occupied
territories. He said the Secretary
General was expressing the
statements adopted by various
UN resolutions.
MEANWHILE, the General
Assembly was expected to vote
by Wednesday on a resolution
sponsored by 29 countries calling
for Israel to "withdraw com-
pletely and unconditionally"
from all territory occupied since
the 1967 Six-Day War."
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Junior Encyclopedia Receives Plaudit
Sirof has included almost 200
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most of which were taken in 1979.
They add a great deal to the
written word, as many of his
photographs depict the cultural
and ethnic aspects of Israeli and
Middle Eastern life.
The Hktory of ORT: A Jewish
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PUBLICATION of Shapiro s
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EEC Set to Invite PL0 In
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BONN (JTA) Chedli Klibi. Secretary General
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Palestine Liberation Organization.
Klibi made the announcement at a press conference
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Egypt, which the Arab League boycotts because of its
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>Jewisiihcr*han
Page 11 A
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[e Trained in Bronx and Went to 'Cheder'
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>nllianl theologians than
have tussled with this
over the years so that
I may have told
isn't new. At the con-
i( our lengthy interview 1
|t \tamby still wasn't
to the fart that the
ieople could endure so
[id still survive as an
Mamby he's :)2 years
L hi'comt' the super light-
\i the world rather late in
ig career Although he is
\n,i teels hke a ki.l ..f 19.
fhter. 12 is considered
la umbel Mamby in
it defense of his title
I on the under card to the
|I,eDoux heavyweight
iship held in Min
\, wallopped the daylights
his opponent. At this
[he has a record of 29
(losses and five draws
!Y HAS been fighting
two as an amateur and
14 in the pro ranks. He
|t hell continue to pursue
er so long as "God
ime." He is a firm believer
Imighty and feels that his
[is wrapped up in what the
Vairs wants him to do.
ran of the Vietnam War.
served one year and six
can give you the exact
|and seconds. Mamby is a
in fate I pointed out to
^hat a heavyweight
n was slated to fight an
)n match m Israel in the
distant past, and he
out at the last minute
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because of a flare-up on the
Lebanese border. Mamby said:
"I can see where he would be
frightened off by that sort of
thing. but after surviving
Vietname for over a year, I'm
willing and ready to go to Israel
to defend my title Just get me a
nice Jewish competitor over
there, or bring in a fighter who is
ranked highly in my weight, and
I'll be glad to perform my duties
in the ring before my co-
religionists
The young tighter explained
that he ia a .lew by conversion
"First my mother converted, and
then nn tather converted, and
subsequently I was brought into
the faith I attended Hebrew
school in The Mronx on Boston
Road. All my classmates were
Black, and we were taught by an
Elder who was attached to the
late Rabbi Matthew's synagogue.
1 learned how to read Hebrew,
and I started the studying of the
Bible in Hebrew,'' the pugilist
explained.
HE ATTENDED, as a youth,
the synagogue every Sabbath
and was brought up in, what he
terms, a kosher home To this
very day. he does not mix meat
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He remembers very well that his
mother observed this tradition
very cautiously, and he still
maintains the belief, to an extent,
in kashruth. He does not eat any
pig products or shell fish.
"1 don't attend services with
any regularity, mainly because
I'm not located near a synagogue
where 1 live uptown.'' Mamby
explained. 1 once walked quite a
distance to attend High Holy
Da> services, but I was turned
>tt by the tact that the gentleman
at the door wanted me lo pay to
enter
I felt and feel now that people
should be free to attend any
denomination without having to
pay to enter If 1 want to make a
contribution to a synagogue
and or a chuch. 1 would do it out
of faith and desire, not out of
pressure "
1 TRIED to explain to Mamby
that since attendances at
synagogue are heavy only on the
High Holidays, the temples have
to adhere to the practice of
charging for tickets to the ser-
vices. Mamby just wouldn't buy
this type of thinking.
Why did Mamby s success
come along so late in his career?
He believes that had he per-
mitted himself lo be exploited as
a Jewish fighter he might have
made it much sooner He
definitely refused to be shown off
as a Jewish pugilist, particularly
in Miami where there is a
plet hora of Jew ish boxing fans It
was suggested that he wear chai
necklaces and a Magen David on
his trunks, and he refused to do
so.
Consequently, it is his belief
that he was held back by his
refusal to exploit his Judaism,
something several fighters, white
and Black, have done, albeit they
are not anywhere near the Jewish
individual that our current super
lightweight champion is. He's a
pleasure and a delight to talk to.
and it is my fervent hope that he
shall continue to reign for several
years.
Tanks to Jordan on Agenda
W VSHINGTON (JTA) The proposed sale of
100 M-60 tanks to Jordan advanced when the Defense
Department announced that the $160 million deal will be
presented to Congress for approval. The tanks, equipped
with night vision devices, are part of a 200-tank package
President Carter promised King Hussein of Jordan
during his Washington visit last month to modernize
Jordan's armed forces.
ISRAEL HAS vigorously opposed the tank sale,
although Pentagon officials insist it will not affect the
military balance in the Middle East because Jordan has
promised to phase out its older M-48 tanks. The
Administration has claimed that the sale will improve
U.S. ties with Jordan and help persuade Hussein to join
in the current Middle East peace process based on the
Camp David accords.



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+Jewitt ihrkHan
Friday. August 1. 1980
Explanation Demanded
Why Did U.S. Consulate in E. Jerusalem Okay Arab Demonsration?
By DAVID LANDAU
AND YITZHAK SHARGIL
JERUSALEM (JTA)
A Foreign Ministry
spokesman said here that
Israel will ask the United
States Embassy in Tel
Aviv why it allowed a
demonstration to go on for
several hours at its con-
sulate in East Jerusalem in
support of Arab security
prisoners now on a hunger
strike at the Nafha jail in
(he Negev. The spokesman
called it a "strange and
unprecedented step."
A consulate spokesman
acknowledged that some 40
relatives and sympathizers of the
hunger strikers were invited into
the consulate garden where they
met with a senior official and
presented a petition. The con-
sulate spokesman said that this
had been agreed to in advance on
the request of "prominent West
Rank persons."
BUT HE said the consulate
was surprised by the large
number of demonstrators who
turned up. He said he could not
say why the presentation took
two to three hours.
Meanwhile, prison authorities
moved 26 of the prisoners, who
were still striking, from the
prison near Mitzpeh Ramon, to
the Ramleh central prison.
Thirty-eight of the participants
in the hunger strike which began
July 14 started eating last
Saturday.
Of the 26 moved. 11 decided to
start eating, and 15 were fed
intravenously but reportedly
without the use of force.
However, one of the prisoners
identified as Ali Mohammed
Shkaded Jaapri. 30. a Jordanian
citizen, died when, during a
convulsion, food he had been
forced fed got into his lungs. Two
other prisoners were hospitalized
with pneumonia and reported in
serious condition.
THE NEWS of the death and
the cause were not reported until
July 23 by Chaim Levi. head of
the prison authority. Interior
Minister Yosef Hurg has ordered
an investigation.
Meanwhile, a group of Arab
women marched through East
Jerusalem to protest the death
Police dispersed the demon-
strators and arrested 19 of them.
Families of some of the prisoners
also staged a sit-in at the Red
Cross headquarters in Jerusalem.
Felicia linger and Leah
Zemel. two left-wing lawyers who
have frequently represented
suspected terrorists, said some of
the prisoners were in bad shape
and should be given medical
treatment Zemel had charged
earlier that Nafha prison, which
opened two months ago
specifically for persons convicted
for terrorist activities. had
conditions worse than in other
Israel jails.
She said some of the prisoners
were beaten, a charge denied by
the warden She also claimed that
prisoners were forced to sleep on
the floor
PRISON AUTHORITIES
said the prison is no worse than
others except that there is no
communal dining room because
that would present a security risk
with a group of terrorists. There
are also no television sets in the
cells and the prisoners do not get
home leave for good behavior as
did those charged with ordinary
criminal offenses. Prison
authorities also charged that the
hunger strike was political and
directed from outside
Jaapri. the prisoner who died,
infiltrated Israel from Jordan in
I '>* and was invoked in an
attack on a settlement in the
Jordan Yallev
State Dep't. Says UN Draft Resolution Assured of Passing
No One Was Aware
By HELEN SILVER
WASHINGTON -
(JTA) The State
Department said here that
the decision to receive a
group of Palestinian
protestors on the grounds
of the U.S. consulate in
East Jerusalem last week
was made by the Consul
General there and that the
U.S. Ambassador in Tel
Aviv. Samuel Lewis, may
not have been aware of it
or approved it in advance.
Responding to questions about
the incident, the Department's
(hut spokesman. John Trattner.
-aid. "The Consulate General in
Jerusalem was approached
recently by prominent Weal
Hank resident! who asked that
an American representative of
the staff see a group of people
who were worried about the
humanitarian aspects of con-
ditions in Nafha prison.'" a prison
in Israel for persons held on
charges of terrorist activity
ACCORDING TO Trattner
A group of approximately 40
persons" who came to the
consulate was somewhat larger
thim expected When the group
arrived at the consulate
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to enter the grounds at Nablus
Road." He said the group
remained in the garden where
they talked with a consular
representative and after giving
him a petition they departed
Trattner said. "We are not
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government He said he didn't
know if the Ambassador in Tel
Aviv was asked about the
meeting or approved it
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Jerusalem makes its own
decisions, including any in
vetoing a group of people
presenting a petition He ob-
served that there wasn't time to
call Tel Aviv, and even if there
were. I'm sure the Consul
General would make his own
derision "
ON ANOTHER matter related
to the Middle Kast Trattner said
the IS wasn't consulted in
advance" about a fait finding
mission to that region to inquire
into the Arab-Israeli conflict by a
delegation representing the nine
member states of the European
Economic Community I EEC).
I l>\ iously. we are interested
in that fact-finding mission, and
we will learn about it in the
course of our conversations."
Trattner said
He added. "We would object to
any mission which detracts from
the peace process now under
way" in the Middle East. The
mission is to be headed by
Foreign Minister Gaston Thorn
of Luxembourg who is acting
president of the EEC Ministerial
Council.
UNITED NATIONS (JTAI A draft resolution
sponsored by 29 states, proposing that the United
Nations General Assembly call on Israel to withdraw
totally from all Arab territory occupied since the 1967
Six-Day War. was scheduled for a vote this week and
virtually certain of adoption.
The action by countries
backing a Palestinian state
tame after reports that the
United States had failed to
persuade the nine-member
states of the European
Economic Community
(EEC) to vote against the
draft resolution. The nine
member states, in an
apparent effort to un-
derline their independence
from the United States.
indicated they would
abstain on the vote.
THE DEBATE last Friday,
the fourth day of the emergencv
Vsaembl) session, ares marked
by a United State walkout, the
second I S walkout in IN
history William vanden Hsuvel,
the deputy I s representstivi
led the walkout after Iran s
Ami) to Kuwait. \l
Shams \rdekani. began a bitter
attack on I, S policies and
purasilu I sr
The U S deputy represen
lative. referring to the walkout,
said "we owed it to the
hostages. thS3 Americans held
in Teheran since the U.S.
Embassy was seized last Nov. 4.
The US delegation returned to
the session after the Iranian
statement was completed The
first US walkout took place on
Oct 15. 1965 when the then
Ambassador. Arthur Goldberg,
reacted to a sharp verbal attack
by Cuba with a departure from
the chamber.
Vanden Heuvel. in his address
to the Assembly, focussed on the
draft resolution's failure to in
elude any reference to Israel's
right to exist The proposals
contained in it. he said. are.
"totally one-sided and totally
unrealistu They make no
attempt to understand, much less
accept. Israel's concern for its
security Nor do they make am
attempt to understand, much bsa
reflect, a realistic procedure for
moving toward peace through
concrete agreements
I HE \MERMAN
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position that the Pslestil
people should have the op
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selves the right to respon-
sible political expression" and
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remains the only viable avenue of
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monishing Israel was a call to
those who would foster peace to
take no steps that would un
dermine or perceive to be as
undermining the prospect of
achieving a negotiated let
t lenient
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Egypt s critics Boutroa Ghali,
I gypl Deput) Foreign
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y. August 1.1960
*Jenist> fhridkuri
Page 13-A
MSiidliii
\y Register Only the Young?
nitt inurd from Page 4-A
jiiiiint to citizenship in a free
n and that some of these
es involve a willingness to
t sacrifices when our national
[ise demands it
_ fact, part of my criticism of
[young people with whom I
almost daily contact is that
single-minded materialism
3 no room in them to learn to
.rstand and appreciate these
kv particularly that America
ideal is a continuing thing:
each of us. transitory
Use life itself is transitory,
(ffome a part of the eternal
rican continuum if only we
ibute a bit of ourselves to it
I we are called upon to do so.
me of my criticism of young
\e is based on the ob-
Ition that "duty" is a word
they never use because they have
no comprehension of it at all at
the same time that "boredom" is
a word they oi cruse and with
a similar incomprehension.
Freedom, in their view, demands
no obligation in return only
the right to own custom-designed
blue jeans, a multitude of gold
chain ropes as a sign of their
growing affluence and. someday.
I Datsun 280-ZX or its futuristic
equivalent
IK) I AGREE, then, with
proponents of a peace-time draft?
Yes, but with this qualification:
that if I criticize the young. I also
criticize the old who are now
calling on the young to do their
duty Particularly. I criticize the
old for peddling their peace-time
draft on the basis of a trans-
parently selective morality.
>gin Hails Overwhelming
Okay of Jerusalem Bill
Bv DAVID LANDAl
And GIL SEDAN
(SRUSALEM (JTA)
[The Knesset's over-
Iming approval of the
Kisalem Bill" has been
ti by Prime Minister
lac hem Begin who
Irrupted his con-
sconce from a heart
ck to appear in. the
set and demon-
lively vote for the
troversial measure.'
told rapOftMV afterwards
the 86 13 vole for the billon
(k-4 reading was a fitting
an to the New York
of Nations" which "m'usl
that Jerusalem ifl David*!
had will remain so tnrever
pcornful inference to the
Nations waa intentional
(ding t<> Begin, the UN naa
i rated to I be level ol the
It il Nations in ieneva be-
the wan li ii nol i"
|l organization It en
ggression
JERI BA1 EM Bill will
pughi before the Knesset
inal tv. iga this
latter which the parliament
I
).u ni Glaea ol l he Nal
I chairman' i il i h<
is Legal Comn
hai to consider the bill
ii goai beck to the
M inr us leiniid ami us
ind final reading, said in a
Interview that he would
several amendments to
bill. including articles
Only 77 <>/ the Knesset's 12t>
memhers u ere on hand for
tin- vote A large number of
l.ahor MKs absented
themseli es to avoid the
dilemma of supporting a
measure they considered
untimeh or which violated
/xirt\ discipline Hut many
Laborites voted in favor of
the hill which hail the official
support of the Labor Party
Yoiai Sorid wot the only
l.ahor A/A, ii ho cast a
negative i Ote
,GAL:
Immigration
Itinued from Page 4-A
ronting approximately
Arab refugees, their
and grandchildren have
| written large in the news.
IS time for attention to be
to 500.000 new refugees
Afghanistan; 1,300,000
nans now taking refuge in
li. 150.000 refugees from
sbwe now in Mozambique:
fiousands upon thousands of
refugees obliged to leave
Uganda, Zaire, Burundi
lany other lands.
United States merits
acclaim for its absorption
ibans and Haitians. Similar
lings of compassion need to
ie in other nations.
guaranteeing free access to the
holy places and economic
benefits for all inhabitants of the
cit)
Glass s.ud the Knesset should
make even effort to complete
the legislative process He
acknowledged that many
Knesset members are unhappy
with the entire initiative but s.ud
there waa no point in delaying
the bill
Although* Begin atresaed that
the bill represented the con-
sensus in larael, man) MKs
oi li. is who support us prim i|
deplored its timing aa unm i
'. e
ONLY 71 K
ibera were on ha
vote A large number ol Labor
\IK- absented themselvea to
avoid the dilemma ot supporting
a measure the) considered
untimels or which violated party
discipline But man) Laboritea
voted in favor ol the bQI which
h.l the official support ol the
Labor Party. Vossi Sarid was
the only Labor MK who cast a
negative vote.
The bill, introduced in May by
Qeula Cohen of the ultra-
nationalist Tehiya faction, is
intended to be incorporated into
Israel's basic law. It declares:
(1) Jerusalem is the capital of
Israel; (21 The unity and in-
tegrity of greater Jerusalem, in
its post-Six-Day War borders,
shall not be impaired; (3) The
President of the State, the
Knesset, the government and the
Supreme Court shall have their
seats in Jerusalem."
(Meanwhile. the State
Department reiterated the U.S.
position on Jerusalem in light of
the Knesset's approval of the
measure. Chief spokesman John
Trattner said, "Our position on
Jerusalem in general has been
stated often before and we have
consistently opposed unilateral
acts which would seek to change
the status of Jerusalem outside
of a negotiated settlement.")
To illustrate: On the day that
registration was announced
following the Justice Brennan
decision, together with all the
blood-chilling fines failure to
register would invite, the same
front page also documented:
The Justice Department's
initial decision not to prosecute
Billy Carter if only he registered
as a foreign agent ex post facto.
The Charter Oil Company's
secret effort to buy more Libyan
crude based on the hope that the
Billy Carter connection did in
fact reach into the White House
itself;
Studies indicating the rate of
inflation, unemployment, and the
sad story of our Gross National
Product.
THERE IS a clear connection
among these reports When men
at the public trough, be it
President Carter or Benjamin
Civiletti or Zbigniew Brzezinski
or Richard Nixon, show an un-
relenting disregard for the con-
tinuum of American ideals, can
we expect the young, only the
young to react patriotically?
When idealism has become an
old-fashioned notion, giving way
to materialism and power politics
on the highest level of our
national life, why should the
young not be bored with the
patriotic preachments of their
elders? And why should they not
be ignorant of the meaning of
duty when service at the public
trough is but a key to secret
personal gain for the old?
Lai not the draft be peddled on
the basis that it will ameliorate
the deficiencies of the young,
only the young in the matter of
their shallow patriotism and
attention to duty. That would be
punitive; whereas, service to
country must be construed as a
privilege into which all of us can
enter in one way or another.
IE WE call upon the young to
be willing to sacrifice for
America's freedom, why should
we not call upon the old to
sacrifice, too? For are they any
less deficient in their own
patriotism and attention to duty?
This is a question that needs
answering particularly from th/
mult i tut ioii.il petropotentates
whose oil interests the young
i) be called upon to defend on
the toreign ml tiel.ls ol Arab) in
the name ol the \ lie Ik thai their
inn i"s interea
w ilson'a
\\ hat's got Motors
ia g America *) What will
the potentates, be called
upon to sacrifice in the name ot
our freedom?
What penalties will they be
roade to pa) it the) fail to sac
ritice. in the same way that the
young are threatened with
penalties for a similar refusal?
And finally, as once more the
old tell the young whet their
duties are in the cause of
patriotism and self-defense, let
this message from them be clear:
that we do not call upon the
young, only the young as a
means of reducing unemploy-
ment, curbing inflation and
stimulating growth in our
national productive capability.
DRAFTS AND wars have
done all these things in the past.
Is that what the old men are
asking of the young men once
more? If it is, let there be no mis-
taking this malevolent call for the
blood of the young as patriotism
or American idealism or national
defense.
We have been assured that, in
the event of another draft, there
will be no deferments for the
privileged as there were in the old
era of Vietnam. But in the new
era of selective morality, the old
men thus far lie. Thus far, they
still defer themselves.
Luxembourg Minister Reminds
EEC Israel Has Right to Exist
By YITZHAK RABI
And ROBERT POLNER
UNITED NATIONS (JTAI
Foreign Minister Gaston
Thorn of Luxembourg, speaking
on behalf of the European Eco-
nomic Community (EEC), has
said that the two basic realities in
the Middle East situation are the
State of Israel and the rights of
the Palestinian people and that
those must be reconciled.
Thorn spoke on the third day
of the General Assembly's special
emergency session to consider
the Palestinian problem. His
remarks were in sharp contrast to
the extreme anti-Israel state-
ments heard in the debates so far.
He said that the EEC has fol-
lowed "with great anxiety" the
turn of events in the Middle East
and that they believe it is more
necessary now than ever before to
take an active role in bringing a
solution to the Middle East
crisis.
THORN RECALLED last
month's Venice declaration by
the heads of state of the nine
EEC memlier countries He said
that all nations have the right to
live within secure borders He
said that the Palestinian problem
was not one of refugees and that
the Palestinians had a right to
sell determination The nine
member states of the EEC, he
added, are convinced that no
peaceful solution can be achieved
in the Middle East without
Israel's withdrawal from all
occupied Arab territories.
Thorn said the EEC also
believed that any resolution
placed before this General
Assembly session should refer to
Security Council Resolution '242
which though flawed because
it failed to recognize Palestinian
rights was still the basis for a
Middle East settlement.
He said, however, that the
draft resolution currently under
preparation here by the Arab
states and their supporters did
not appear to be one that will
contribute to a peaceful
solution He said that the EEC
nine would decide how to vote in
accordance with the principles he
had enunciated He added that
the precondition of peace was a
climate of confidence that
avoided all forms ol extremism
DIPLOMATS and observers
here said they believed the EEC
countries will abstain when the
resolution is introduced in the
General Assembly.
Addressing the emergency
session Soviet Ambassador Oleg
Irovanovsky sharply attacked
Israel and the United Stales and
warned that as a result of Israels
"aggressive" policies, the Middle
East has become a tinder box"
which could endanger world
peace
He charged that the U.S.
veto" in the Security Council
had prevented the UN from
adopting policies that could end
the suffering of the Palestinian
v.ibs Instead, Troyatiovsky
said, the U.S. has repeatedly
supported Israel in its policy ol
aggression and territorial ex-
pansion
ME ACCUSED Israel of
plundering the territory of its
Vrab neighbors tor :li> years
Israels settlement policy on the
West Hank could lead to the
increase of the Israeli population
there to 150.000. he said, and the
Israeli authorities have wrongly
intensified the process of legal
i/ing" .Jerusalem as the "un-
divided" capital of Israel.
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Public Notices
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR OADE COUNTY
Civil Action No WtWI
IN UK The Adoption of
A Child.
T i < iMnp I'ope
S74fi Virginia Avenue
\|U N
I .
Vi n IRK HEREBY NOT1
for
-ir nlter*
. l.i it M
THI R H
l*,r 1
. .V
ii Ida and I

I
I IBM) other*
I will I*
led in
mplalnl oi petition
nol u ihall
- i each week fur
I i ,: ,\ i u eekf .r: rHE
H FLORID1AN
WITNESS m) hand ami Um
s.ii.1 i ouii at Miami
Florida on this 17 day of July
I HO
RICHARD P HKINKKK
\- Clerk Oir.uit Court
I iale County. Florida
H> V Harkley
As Deputy Clerk
I Circuit Court Seal i
ie(>Ai.' July
Auk I. W. >*"
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 80 10576 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The marriage of
:: \ Mi nnett
I Ytitioner
.ml
William It Bennett
Ti I Wil
I vd
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M
: the
I
UM n '"r in
mplalnl or petition
Tin- notice shall be
* i-i'k fur
I t;!i\ e*eeka m
IK WISH FLORIDLAN
WITNESS m) hand and UM
i MM Ourt at Miami
la m thi. 17 day of July
IBM)
RICHARD I' HKINKKK
\ Clark <":r ult Court
Hade County. Florida
NW i'7 Ave
Miami Klurida 33142
ll> M I Hartnett
\- Deputy Clark
iClrcull Court Seali
MARSHALL INKS EM)
- a 72nd Avenue
ktlami Floi
i ii isosim
July 25
Auk U 1>
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
IS HEREBY
GIVEN I UM under?-:.


''.
Intend
i nla
. \N \
Jl .
Aug 1. 8 IB IWii

NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
QIVEN that the undersized,
lag t engage in business
under the fictitious name
CantOI Meat Company at
\y\ 12th Avenue Miami.
Flurula intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Hade County.
Florida
Julie's Trust I
Julie's Trust II
Ellen's Trust I
Ellen s Trust II
Deborah's Trust I
I leborah s Trust II
Hermlnea's Trust I
Hermlnea's Trust II
Carol's Trust I
Carols Trust II
Packman, kieuwahl A
Rosenberg
Attorneys tor
Cantor's Meat Company
0B062 July 28. Aug 1.8. IB 1M0
'IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
OADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
Case No. ao-vtvs FC
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE OF ACTION
NO PROPERTY
In re the marriage of
CATAI.INA CAHAI.I.ERO
Petitioner Wife
vs
CARLOS ANTONIO
C nhai.I.EKo
Raapondant Husband
TO CARLOS \NTi in in
CABALLERO
N-ni I nknuwn
YOI %RE NOTIFIED thai
.in action for DISSOLUTION
'
. i .
and
to il on
I \ N | 1.1 |' r
attorne)
.
Klor i :. i M or hef.
il iho sjid flk
nal *itii the i lerk ot this
attorne) im
li fault ih be enti
the relief
inded in the i ompialnt or
* Utlon
WITNESS m> hand and the
' fill I out t on Srd July
1*0
RICHARD P HKINKKK
Clerk of the Court
H> Clarinda Hroun
As Deputv Clerk
01 July 11, iv M
August 1 IMfii
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage in business
under the fictitious name
BRICKELL Al To SALES at 1
SVN 22 Avenue, intends to
Mar said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
1 >.ol. County. Florida
BRICKELL At To
BROKERS Inc
Harvey 11 Knedman
Attorney* (or
: \iiio Broken ln<
IN Lincoln Read suite 382
Miami Beach Florida 3313B
Aug 1. iw>o
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN
AND FOR OADE COUNTY
1 Action No 80 10002 FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
I
'
MONO El
nd
To RAYMOND ELDRII
enri
IRE HERI Bi SOT1
FIED thai n for
olution of Mifr ..1.
filed agnlnal 1 >ii .1:
.11 required b
your written fV
to it on ARTH1 K H I.II'SON
us for Petitioner whose
addreai n nil NW Id Bl
Suite Ut Miami. Florida, and
file the original with the clerk
of the above styled court on or
before August 15. IBM), other
rise 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
Klon.Li on this 8th day oi July
IBM)
RICHARD!' HKINKKK
As Clerk Circuit Court
I '.ok- County. Florida
B) clarinda Brown
I Deputy Clark
1 nt court Beali
July 11. 18. 29.
Aug 1 IB*)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
OF FLORIDA IN AND
FOR OADE COUNTY
Civil Action No IDTMI fc
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
N I
. I CROW
etittonei Hu iband

INN4 ROW
1 mm Kin. Parkwa)
rth
lumbiu, Ohio
on ARE HEREBi \
> that an a< lion foi
Olution u< Mai:
.
1 'iri> I it
. our arltti BS, if any.
to it on AKTHl P. II 1.1PSON
attorney for Petitioner, whose
address Is 1515 Northwest 1*7
Street. Suite 216 Miami il
.111AB. and file the original with
UM clerk of the above styled
court on. or before August 15.
IBM), otherwise a default will
lie 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.
1080
RICHARD P BKINKEK
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By Clarinda Brown
As Deputy Clerk
Circuit Court Seal 1
80030 July 11. 18. 26.
Aug 1. 1880
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIOA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No. st-atai PC
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIA0JE
IN RE The marriage of
ESTHER F ROSE
Wife
and
JOHN A ROSE
Husband
TO JOHN \ ROSE
RESII t NCI tDI il
1NKNOWN
vm IRE HEREBY N
FIED r '"
v igc has
I
pe PA attorm

-. .'. reel
Florida
01 iginal 11 h ih< erk of the
ah,.y styled co
ainsl
r pel
Thii 'loin 1
publish) ii for
foui consecutive weeks in THE
JEWISH FLORIDI tN
WITNESS m) hand and the
Oi said 1 ourl al Miami.
Florida on thll I da) of July.
IBM
RICHARD P HKINKKK
\- Clark Circuit court
Dade County, Fionda
My B A Hamer
As Deputy Clerk
, Cin nil Court Seal)
Albert I. Carruarte. P A
;4B1 NW 7th Street
Miami Florida 33125
SOS I 64B 7817
Attorney for Petitioner
08027 July 11 II
_____________Aug 1. 1980
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA
Case No to 254 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
AMENDED
NOTICE OF ACTION
NO PROPERTY
In re the ma
' \ N
Petiti 1 band
y s
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thi original ith tha
ourt eithi 1 1 rvlee
on plaintifTa attorne) or lm
medlatel) UV reaftei
rtae a default will he entered
agalnal you lor the relief
demanded In the complain! or
petition
WITNESS my hand and the
-al ol this court on Ju
1BNI
RICHARD P. HKINKKK
1 'lerk of the Court
B) Deborah G Hess
As Deputy Clerk
OB031 July 11 18. 28.
Aug 1. 1B80
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIOA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No. 80 9409
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
in re The man laj
Y\ \N \ ITA1.
petitioner
M vRIEE \ I! \l
Reapca
T< I \1 \KII. K Nil
leni unl
YOI \kk HEREBY NOT]
FIED that
M "
I- RIEI iMAN
to igiaa p.' ad Suite 1011
I '"i .1 lortda, .uid file
tha 01 ik i(
,urt on or
15 1BH0, other
UM a detBUll 111 lie 11
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 al Miami.
Florida on this 7 day of July.
UM
KICHAKD P HKINKKK
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By Deborah G Hess
As Deputy Clerk
1 Circuit Court Seal 1
Marvin Ross Friedman
20011 Douglas Road Suite 1011
Coral Gables. Florida 33134
(44S-U861
Attorney for Petitioner
00032 July 11. 18. 2*.
____ Aug 1. 1880
Friday, August 1.1980
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIOA. IN A
FOR DADE COUNTY, FL
Civil Action No SO 3lt FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The marriage of
MARIA ANGEI I I
AOI IRRE PAVES
Petitioner Wife
and
EDI ARDO PAVES
Kr-|".ndent Husband
TO EDI %RDO PAVES
'i II IRE HEREBY NOT1
FIKU thai n for
I Mai
.< rttten d<
'
attori
, (h Bis,
Blvd New Woi II '
Suite 1000 H Bl i-1
and file ih*1
rial 'A ith the i b-rk ol the
.,
you foi the relli led In
lion
Tiu> noti< < pu
. .,, h vk.-.-k foi
, onse< ill* /eeka Hi IHE
JEWISH FLORIDIAR
WITNESS my hand And the
,;d ourt at M.
Florida on thll 7 day of July.
KICHAKD I HKINKKK
UClerk Cin uit court
Datle County. Florida
H> ivr-irah O Hess
As I>eputy Clerk
lOn uit Court Seal
l-4v Offices of
Kohhins k Reynolds
N. World Tower Building
100 North Hlsrayne Blvd
Miami. Florida 33132
Marc J Reynolds
Attorney- for Petitioner
08034 July 11. If
Aug 1. lOkO
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
; i\ kn that the under*..... I
desiring l<> engage In bus
I' I I

I
'

' -
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIOA IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No (0 IMS' FC
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The marriage of
MATILDA SKI- LICK
Petitioner Wife
and
CORAL JEAN aKKI.IOk
Rl |M,nd. r.t Husband
PO CORAL JEAN affi.ick
1 i.>k land Crescent
Kingston Jamaica
YOI ARE HEREBY NOT!
FIED that an action for
Dissolution ( Marriage has
Ism r Died agalnal >ou and you
an required to serve a cop> of
your written defenses, if anv.
to :i on HAK\ EY D FRIED
m \n attorne) for Petltl
S/ltOBI -uoln
Roa i UU n. m M
He... ii Florida SSIM and flla
, .., aritl ,
bot ~ty led I '
1980 other
tared
I \i-i tot the
nded in thi
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\N
','
IBXI
IKER
ourl
I lade ( ouniy Florida
B) illic Bradahaa 11
\- Deput) Clerk
(Cin nit (' nirt Si
Hai ve) 11 Friedman
120 Lincoln Koad
Suite No :1B2
Miami Heach. Florida 33138
-< HI 11.181
Attorney for Petitioner
08057 July 28, Aug 1. 8. IB. 1880
BOTICstTJNOER -------"
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
'.I\EN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious name of
ADJI STMKNT BUREAU OP
FLORIDA. PO BOX 630481
Miami. Florida 33163. Intends
to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida
William Cohen
July*.
Aug 1.8. 18. 1880
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE I1TH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DAOE COUNTY, FLORIDA
7) West Fleeter Street
Miami Florida
PROBATE DIVISION
Probate No 80 5'n 03
IN KK ESTATE OF
MATTIE LEE BARKIJSY
I Vi eased
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
TO ALL PERSONS HAN ING
i i UMS OR DEM \Ni'S
( IAINSTSAID ESTATE LND
nTlIKH PERSONS IH
rE RESTED in
N ill ARE HI Rt HN N
FIED III VI rni
'
M '.
l- mi |
Mil IRE !' iOTI
\NI i RE4JI IREII '
u fui h you mi
file any
f the
'
the Pel KMial Rep
resentatlve enui l jvin?
diction ol thi Court *iih the
Cimrt Dade Oountj Court
ni lami y kti Ida S3 ISO
WITHIN THREE MONTHS
l ROM THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICK OR YOI R
RIGHT TO DO SO WILI UK
FOREVER BARRED
First publication of this
Notice on the 18 day of July
I ago
BLANCHE WELCH
as Personal Representative
3085 NW 52nd Street
Miami Fla 33142
Attorne> for Personal
Representative
ARTHPRD FRISHMAN
44i7 Lincoln Road Suite 12A
Miami Beach. Fla 33138
Telephone 672 6724
July 18. 29
Aug I lBw
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
Case No 80 10461
FAMILY DIVISION
V-
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and !.. ii.. i irtglna Irtswei
n ".....!., ,,f the
i k on or
',.. \ ..
II you fall i judgment
b) ik fault ni i ,
"I tor the relief
demanded Utlon
l-iNh \ni ORDERED al
Miami O...I. county Florida
tin- ik da) oi luiy. i860
RICHARD P BRINKER
ill Court Clerk
I >ad( t oiinty Klorlda
Ky M J Hartnelt
Deput} Clerk
"U"'| Julj
Aug I. 8 15 MM |
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIOA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No 80 Ha FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
I: JZ

NAC DERM
','
HEI
io ii oi BENNETT Ii Fl
i \ attorne! foi
whoa
Miami Fl
file the original ith the
ol the above styled < oui I
before August 22 IBWI other
ise a default m '
against you for the relief
mplalnl or
on
This notice shall be
published once each week for
four consecutive weeks in THE
HFLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami.
Florida on this 10 day of July
1880
RICHARD!' BRINKER
As Clerk Circuit Court
Dade Counly. Florida
By Deborah G Hess
At Deputy Clerk
Circuit (Tourt Seali
"8030 Jojy |ft JJ
Aug 1. 8. 1880
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DAOE COUNTY
Civil Action No M 4303 FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RK The marriage of
PHILIP SANTANA
oner
and
IS LBEI I NN i NNA
TO I XVI \N \
. unknown
Mil \".K HEREBY '
Mai a.
M 1RVIN I
, |011
'
ill will be
r the
n
. shall
itivi seeks In THE
WISH FLOR1DIAN
.CM Ifl m) hand and the
,( said i isirt at Miami
I- lortda on this 7 day of July
I AM
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
I >de County Florida
Bj Deborah Q Hess
As Deputy Clerk
i Circuit Court Seal I
Friedman and Llpcon P A
Marvin Ross Friedman
3600 Douglas Koad Suite 1011
Coral Gables. Florida 33134
Attorney for Petitioner
o>3 July 18 25
Aug 1. 8. 1880
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE MTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
OADE COUNTY, FLORIOA
FAMILY DIVISION
Case No '
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
I the marriage of
v vi.i y TERES \ DIAZ
1 vtitiotier W ife
..ml
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be en
DATI
RICH NP.D H BRINKER
the
ut Court
B) Lola H Oirrler
t> Clerk
July 11 1 26
Aug 1 1880
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTYl
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIOA. IN
AND FOR DAOE COUNTY
Civil Action No 60 I0J* FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE Ihemarria^,
: I is IBM M- i MORI
Petitioner
l.i "N U-. \ BSCALAN IK
MORI

rt I ESCAl tNTE
MORI

has
:. Nt; am I
. ,,i: ,i
(gainst
relief itomandad In
(Million
shall be
66M Ii week for
onaei utlvs iTk in THE
IEWISH FLOR1DUN
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami
Honda, this 15 day of July.
18811
RICHARD P HKINKEK
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade Counly. Florida
B) s a Hamer
As Deputy Clerk
i Circuit Court Seali
Milton C Goodman, Esq
Attorney for Petitioner
18 West Flagler Street
Suite 520 Hlscayne Bldg
Miami. Florida 331S0
Ph 378-1885
Attorney for Petitioner
00048 July 1 26.
Aug 1. 8. 1880
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*ecade of Women
How Copenhagen Became Another Mexico City
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the

Arab
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mcerned at efforts by
ML-, of Israel and peace in
Kast to politicize" the
Women conference.
urged that the U.S.
"take the lead in pub-
wing and in actively
against" attempts by
-Arab bloc to condemn
to channel UN funds
Linian women through
lestine Liberation
(ion.
PLO and its Soviet-
j>porters seek to win
It ii ins financial support
to meet the needs of
women. They would
(the conference condemn
(along with imperialism.
neo-colonialism and
n added: "We urge
country's delegation to
rente take the lead in
opposing and actively*
against the inflam-
>lemics of the PLO and
Inspirators in the Arab
he Soviet bloc and the
Third World. Free and
ic nations everywhere
Hie United States to play
Hole in resisting the ant i
B)ul in Copenhagen
^keheve it is imperative
| country's delegation in
en undertake a major
to avert a serious blow
I American national in
the Arab-Israel peace
d to the security of our
lly Israel."
ft SPITZER, president of
'nth International, also
contacts with the White
at the U.S. instruct its
n to take the lead in
proposals that equate
ith racism, provide UN
to the PLO under the
f helping Palestinian
nd other PLO attempts
it l/e the Copenhagen
'I.O and its allies" were
) subvert the meeting
it into a propaganda
further the PLO's anti
"n--. Spit/er said "H'nai
deeply concerned al>oui
iger Strike
isoner Dies
IT/.HAKSHAKGU.
V1V (JTAl A
>m icted Arab terrorist
BpK strike died in a
alter food he was force-
linto his lungs. He was
d as Mouhammed
H. of Gaza, who was
to life imprisonment
go for throwing hand
in the center of Gaza
P>n< Arab and injuring
8r prisoner. Ali Moham-
}h, 30, of Jordan, died of
causes. A third prisoner
hospital in serious con-
rilKKE were among 75
who went on a hunger
fuly 1 4 at the Nafha prison
[iegev demanding better
Is at the prison which
two months ago to hold
1 terrorists.
f-aix of those who
their strike, including
[who subsequently died,
)ved to the Ramleh
prison this week. Other
at Ramleh staged a
^trike in sympathy with
rists. but it ended peace
24 hours.
iile. extra police and
licemen have been sent
Jem to prevent any
itions.
on
'JUil,
the PLO's cynical exploitation of
the conference."
Tannenbaum noted, in her
letter to Carter, that on "issues
relating to the problems of
women refugees. Palestinian
women are singled out over
Afghan. Vietnamese. Kthiopian,
Kampuchean and countless other
women refugees, thus distorting
a tragedy of staggering
proportions."
SHE ALSO stated that once
again, at the Copenhagen con-
ference, "the slander originating
in 1975 at Mexico City is being
revived by Cuba which has Intro-
duced an amendment to the Plan
of Action calling Zionism an evil
to be eradicated along with
colonialism, racism, etc."
Tannenbaum praised "the
strong efforts of our outstanding
United States delegation led by
Sarah Weddington." but despite
this, the conference "has
degenerated into an anti-
American. anti-Jewish and anti-
Israel diatribe where any ill in
any part of the world is
blamed on the United States
and or Israel."
She called on the President "to
speak out now before the con-
ference ends to affirm that the
policy of the United States is to
reject any Plan of Action con-
taining such proposals and
slanders
IN A RELATED develop
ment. a group of internationally
eminent women. including
several political figures, artists,
authors and actresses, signed a
statement that appealed to the
participants at the international
women's conference in Copen-
hagen to end politicization of the
conference and to "preserve its
universal character."
Among those who signed the
statement were Simone de Heau-
voir. Louise Nevelson. Madeleine
Kenaud. Beverly Sills and Bella
Abzug Other women, from the
United States, included Colleen
Dewhurst, Hetty Friedan.
Shelley Winters. Ann Jackson.
Ann Meara. Jacqueline Grennan
Waxier, Hess Meyerson. Eugenie
Anderson and Reps. Beverly
Byron (I).. Md). Marjorie Holt
|R., Mass.)
The statement, which was
released to tha media on an inter-
national basis, was initiated in
France by a group of women
aware that certain agenda items
would overshadow the original
intent of the conference and turn
the event into an explosive
political forum. Among the
countries represented in the list
of signatories were Australia.
Austria. Bolivia. Brazil. Canada.
Costa Rica. Denmark. Federal
Republic of Germany, Ecuador.
Finland. Great Britain. Italy.
Japan. Mexico. Norway.
Panama. Portugal. Uruguay.
U.S. and Venezuela.
THE APPEAL to all par
tkipantS," stated: "This con
ference provides us with the
opportunity to make known our
VWW8 on questions which pre-
occupy women: social life.
equality, education, health and
employment. We know that
actions are envisaged to use this
conference for partisan ends thus
diverting it from its initial aims
Politicizations have no place in
this encounter. It is to be hoped
that this conference, which rallies
women from all countries,
preserves its universal charac-
ter."
In addition, the National
Coalition of American Nuns
(NCAN) also issued an appeal
"to women of all faiths to join
hands as sisters in an effort to
make the International Women's
Conference in Copenhagen what
it is supposed to be an op-
portunity for women to dialogue
about the women's agenda"
The appeal, signed by Sister
Margaret Traxler and Sister Ann
Gillen, members of the
Coalition's executive board and
delegates to the conference,
added, in part: "NCAN deplores
the efforts of the PLO to
politicize this women's con-
ference in Copenhagen. 19K0, as
they did in the International
Women's Conference in Mexico
City in 1975.
NCAN DENOUNCES the
PI.O terrorists, who presume to
speak for the largel) silent Pales-
tinian people. The PLO do not
even dialogue with all their
brothers to say nothing oi
their sisters So far. the PLO
has not shown any signs ol
joining the human family, as the)
are still pledged to liquidate' the
State ol Israel .
"Palestinian women are hos
tagns to the perverse national
istii hatred ol the PLO, who
demonstrate by their plans for
Copenhagen that they dominate
their own sisters, using them as
pawns in the game of politics.
even as they keep them in the
bondage of Arab male
supremacy Finally. NCAN urges
Palestinian women to share the
concerns of all women and to join
in efforts to build peace for their
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By vote of 112-7
UN Calls on Israel to Begin Withdrawal
elated Details. Set Story
Page 12 A
IITED NATIONS In avoteof 112-7. the General
Imbly of the United Nations passed a Resolution
day demanding that Israel unconditionally with-
from all territories occupied in the 1967 war. in-
Hg East Jerusalem. At the same time, the
Hut ion approved that "a dependent sovereign state'"
published in those territories.
United States voted
1st the Resolution,
phing its intentions last
when William vanden
el. of the U.S. delegation at
)\ led a walkout during the
of the debate He was
jted by an Iranian delegate
ting on behalf of the Reso-
last week into which the
in incorporated an attack
si the United States.
THE U.S. "no" vote was
passed on the fact that the
Resolution expressed no concern
for "the right of Israel and its
Arab neighbors to live in peace
within secure and recognized
boundaries." the basis of
Resolution 242.
The General Assembly
Resolution gives Israel, which
has already announced its inten-
tion of ignoring the Communist
oration Organization into peace
negotiations. The PLO is
delegated as the entity to which
the lands from which ferae] must
withdraw are to be turned over
OTHER ABSTENTIONS
from the vote included Austria.
Finland. Iceland. Sweden.
Portugal. New Zealand. Japan,
four Latin American nations.
and Third World-dominated
body's demand, until Nov. 15 to
comply. After that date, it is
understood that a move will be
launched to expel Israel from the
Assembly.
It is also understood that the
Nov. 15 date has been chosen as
acknowledgment of the Novem-
ber Presidential election in the
United States. After that time,
when political consideratiorts are
presumably past, the UN body
believes that the U.S. will be free
oups Want Citizenship Revoked
:W YORK (JTA)
number of Jewish
nzations have asked
I.S. Supreme Court to
d a decision revoking
ritizenship of a former
death camp guard
admitted lying about
wartime past.
(riend of the court brief, filed
by the Anti-Defamation
of B'nai B'rith. the
n .in Jewish Committee, the
ican Federation of Jewish
era. Camp Inmates and
Victims, and the National
|h Community Relations
Bory Council pointed out
Feodor Fedorenko. in failing
disclose his service as a
linka camp guard had
led an investigation that
have almost certainly
id him from this country.
ISTEAD, Fedorenko. a
resident of Florida, was able to
live in this country for 29 years,
avoiding being called to account
for his Treblinka activities.
"During the time that
Fedorenko was a guard at
Treblinka," Seymour Reich,
chairman of ADL's Civil Rights
Committee, quoted the brief as
saying, "three quarters of a
million Jews were killed. We
speak for these Jews and submit
that a just result in this case is
vital to insure that their memory
and the horror of Treblinka and
the Holocaust are not forgotten."
A U.S. district court judge in
Florida ruled in 1978 that
Fedorenko could keep his
citizenship despite his coverup
which occurred twice, once when
he applied for a visa to enter the
U.S. in 1949 and the second time,
in 1970. when he applied for
citizenship.
FEDORENKO claimed he
didn't know Jews were being
killed at Treblinka and denied
testimony by six Israeli sur-
vivors that they had seen him
torture and shoot prisoners there
during his one-year service as a
guard. He said he had been a
farmer in Poland from 1937 to
1942. when he went to Germany
to work as a laborer for the
duration of the war.
The lower court's decision was
reversed by the U.S. Fifth Circuit
Court of Appeals, which ordered
that Fedorenko's citizenship be
revoked. He then appealed to the
Supreme Court, where the case
will be argued in the court's fall
term.
In a statement accompanying
the brief. ADL said the "case
presents a serious challenge to
the capacity of the United States
government to fulfill its im-
migration and naturalization
functions, as well as to the
process by which Nazi war
criminals are brought to justice."
Bond Leaders to Mexico City
iders of the Israel Bonds
nzation in Miami will
with their counterparts
across the nation, Canada
Latin America at the Bonds
International Leadership
srence. to be held Sept. 3-6
Maria Isabel Sheraton
in Mexico City.
meeting of W eaten
isphere Jewish leaders will
place to discuss develop-
in Israel's Negev area and
general state of Israel's
>mv
According to Gaiy R. Gerson,
Israel Bonds general Campaign
chairman in South Florida, the
Mexico City Conference is ex-
pected to be the largest ever and
will play a major role in building
Israel's economy through Israel
Bonds.
The delegates will hear Dr.
Yosef Burg. Israel's Minister of
the Interior and chief negotiator
for the autonomy talks. Also
addressing the gathering, will be
author Elie Wiesel \ musical
artist will also join in the
festivities.
Delegates are expected to
participate in a program blending
culture, sightseeing and the
business of promoting the Israel
Bonds campaign. There will be a
Fiesta Buffet with Mariachi
Band and singers, comprehensive
sightseeing of Mexico City and
its Jewish points of interest and a
special reception at the famed
Jewish Sports Club. the
Deportiva Israelita.
New Ms. Douglas Gardens Crowned
m

to underwrite a similar
Resolution.
The nine European Economic
('(immunity member states
abstained from the vote ex-
plaining that the Resolution fails
to offer i he possibility of bringing
Israel and the Palestinian Lib-
three Asian nations. Libya and
Africa.
Joining the U.S. in voting
"no" were Australia. Canada, the
Dominican Republic. Guatemala
and Norw BJ
In a related evi nl Israel Tues-
day said it Wfl iwerful blow
that Venezuela had decided to
move its Embassj u 1VI Aviv
from .Jerusalem.
The statement said it is "an
even harder blow coming as it
does from a state with which
Israel has maintained friendly
relations and cooperation for
many veers.""
General Media Silent on
GOP Pro-Israel Plank
By JOSEPH POLAKOFF
WASHINGTON -
(JTA) Although Arab-
Israeli affairs was high-
lighted in the news and in
commentaries during the
winter and through the
spring, usually marked by
denunciations of Israel, the
general media was silent on
the strong pro-Israel plank
in the Republican Party
platform that was adopted
at its convention in De-
troit. Neither was attention
given to the pro-Israeli
statements by Presidential
candidate Ronald Reagan
in his first news conference
as nominee and in his
acceptance speech at the
GOP convention.
At the GOP conclave, literally
thousands of reporters from
around the world hung on every
nuance, but they did virtually no
reporting that the Republicans
warned the Arabs against re-
imposing an oil embargo and
asserted opposition to the Arab
boycott of American companies
doing business with Israel
strong medicine for the oil-pro-
ducing Arab nations despite their
big contracts with American oil
companies and construction
firms.
THE MEDIA also was
strangely quiet about the in-
fighting between the adherents of
President Carter and Sen.
Edward Kennedy (D., Mass.)
when the Democratic Party "s
platform was being written in
Washington a month earlier.
That fight was over whether the
platform should say, as it did in
1976. that the U.S. Embassy
should be moved from Tel Aviv
to Jerusalem
The Csiterites wanted to
qualify that plank, the Kennedy -
ites balked: and in the end the
qualification was moved to
another place in the plank While
other Carter-Kennedy squabbles
were extensively reported at the
platform writing, the difference
on support for Israel was vir-
tually ignored.
A general attitude seemed to
be that platforms are meaning-
less because Presidential can-
didates don't feel bound by them.
Some reporters felt support for
Israel in platforms was the usual
stance for electioneering pur-
poses. "No news in that." one
said. "Wait until next winter,"
another remarked. "It will be
news if the President, new or old.
backs up the platform." But the
major question remains: If the
public is told when Israel is
attacked should it not be in-
formed when I srael is defended?
THE 93 JEWISH delegates
among the 1.994 delegates at the
Republican convention were
divided like the others over Vice
Presidential candidates. For
example, in the Connecticut
delegation. Robert Katz. of
Bridgeport, favored New York
Representative Jack Kemp, while
George l^ewson of Danbury.
backed George Bush. A sig-
nificant fact about the size of the
Jewish number of delegates is
that it formed about 4.5 percent
of the total, about double
America's Jewish population.
The right and liberal wings of
the Republican leadership were
both represented at the American
Israel Public Affairs Committee's
reception for Jewish delegates
and others at the Detroit Plaza
Hotel. Of the approximately 350
that attended there were at least
a dozen Senators and a score of
Representatives. The chief at-
traction included Elizabeth
Taylor, accompanied by her
husband, Virginia Senator John
Warner, and Mrs. Strom Thur-
mond, wife of the conservative
South Carolina Senator who
could not attend
Another guest was Philadel-
phia's Arlen Spector. who may
make it this time to the U.S.
Senate. In his previous state-
wide Pennsylvania races he lost
in 1978 for Governor to incum-
Continued on Page 11-B
CAJE Offers Two Courses
*ith the pomp and circumstance and tears of joy befitting any royal occasion, the diamond
ra passed to a new Ms. Douglas Gardens this week in the crowded Ruby Auditorium of
U Miami Jewish Home and Hospital for the Aged. Dr. Carrie Goldstein, retired \
"Jiatrist, resident council member and the winner among five contestants, blinked back
tars as she accepted the title that will take her to the Dade County Ms. Nursing Home
ontest later this month. Pictured here with Dr. Goldstein (fourth from left) and Zelda
[kau (third from left), president of the Greater Miami Women's Auxiliary of the Home and
"p of the five judges for the contest, are contestants (left to right): Mildred Siegel, who
yas Ms. Douglas Gardens, 1979-1980; Becky Shopnick, Lena Brand and Celia Kassel.
Miles P. Bunder, director of
the Institute for Jewish Studies
of the Central Agency for Jewish
Education, recently announced
the opening of two courses to be
held at the CJ AE in Miami.
The courses will take place
Aug. 11-15. Prof. Yehudah
Shamir, instructor in Hebrew
Language and Literature at the
University of Miami, will be
conducting a course from 9:30
a.m. 12:30 p.m. entitled "The
Modern Hebrew Author," in
which he will deal with modern
contemporary authors of Hebrew
literature including prose and
poetry.
Also. Jerome Hershon.
previously affiliated with the
Bureau of Jewish Education in
Washington, D.C., and lecturer
and speaker, will be conducting a
course from 1 to 4 p.m. entitled
"Learning Strategies for
Effective Classroom Teaching."
This course is one that he
designed, and he has traveled
throughout the United States
offering the course at various
locations.
These courses are being offered
both for teacher licensing, as well
as professional growth studies.
'"Jewish Floridian
Miami. Florida. Friday. August 1. 1980
SECTION B


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JNF Foundation Group Sets Targets
Under the chairmanship of
Henry O. Shor, Jewish National
Fund's National Foundation
Committee, at its third meeting
held recently in Cleveland,
charted new programs to ensure a
flow of funds needed by the JNF
to meet its future role that of
helping to build an Israel at
peace.
Shor, a Baltimore life in-
surance broker and communal
leader, is also a member of the
JNF's Administrative Com-
mittee. The Foundation Com-
mittee, under his leadership, will
accelerate and expand its efforts
in encouraging individual donors
to take advantage of the unique
tax incentives in its various
programs, and his knowledge will
enable him to bring a new vitality
to the Fund.
In his welcoming remarks to
the group. Dr. Samuel I. Cohen,
executive vice president of the
Fund, announced that
"unquestionably, the future of
the organization is in the hands
of the Foundation Committee."
Edward DuPont of the
Wilmington Trust Company,
discussed the "Pooled Income
Fund." and several committee
members having knowledge of
this product felt that pooled
income funds did have a place in
JNF's portfolio
Plans were formulated for
seminars to be held during the
1980-81 fiscal year New tax
approaches were discussed by Liz
Taffet. newly appointed director
of Planned Giving, based at
JNF's national office, who also
discussed gift annuities The
investigation into the establish
ment of an endowment fund is
being placed on the agenda for
the committee's next meeting in
September, to be held in
Washington. D.C.
The JNF's Nation-Builders
Mission, scheduled for October,
will be leaving for Kgypt arid
Israel, and will be led by JNF s
national vice president. Jerome
Cardin.
The meeting was called a
positive and encouraging ex-
perience by the committee
members, who feel that they are
well on their way to reaching the
committed community of people
whose contributions will make a
significant impact on securing
and strengthening the peace in
Israel
Ritual Circumsicion Permitted
Sharing a moment tilth Chancellor Abram Siu^ariu
TMma it hint from right) before the opening hanqkr ?mm\
nectfll 32nd annual conference of th, H \
National Woman'* Committee are. from I,
Miami, Marlene Kohn of Mjami, l)r Sachar, Heile tW
Florida Regional president of Fort Laudi
Valerie KtTouer. chapter president 0/ '..' ..., '
Strati**. Florida regional coordinator.
Brandeis Honors Womei
vpw vnoif ,it(i noon Wednesday that the
w Y!JKlV ~ (J. ,' hospital officials remained
A Manhattan hospital, adamantly opposed, the COLPA
which had refused the
Orthodox father of a new
born son his request for a
ritual circumsicion by a
mohel in the hospital,
permitted the rite to be
performed in response to a
court mandate described as
the first time a court has
ever ordered any American
hospital to permit that rite.
The problem for the Orthodox
father developed when hjfl wife
gave birth to the boy by
Caesarean section on July 3 in
l>enox Hill Hospital BSCSUSS of
complications following the
delivery, the couple was told that
the mother would be required to
remain in the hospital beyond the
eighth day of the infant s life
when, according to Jewish Law.
the rite must be performed
THE PROBLEM became
religiously critical for the
Brooklyn parents when hospital
officials, citing a hospital rule
banning performance of medical
procedures by anyone other than
a staff doctor or one affiliated
with the hospital, said a ritual
circumciser imnhi-U could not
perform the cite in the hospital.
The infant could not be taken out
of the hospital for the rite
iH'tause a state law forbids the
return of an infant to a hospital
nursery once the infant is
removed from the hospital
The father, who requested
anonymity, is an attorney who is
a member of the National Jewish
Commission on Law and Public
Affairs (COLPAI. When it
became apparent, from the
hospital's negative reaction, that
court action might be needed, the
father met with Dennis Kapps.
COI.PA executive director, and
State Assemblyman Sheldon
Silver ID.. Manhattan), who is
also a COLPA member. Kapps
told the Jewish Telegraphic
Agency.
The father called Silver and
Kapps Tuesday evening. July 8,
reporting he expected to have by
11 a.m. the next day the
seventh day of his son's life a
definitive statement from
hospital officials required by the
legal proceedings.
WHEN THE father informed
the two COLPA members at
attorneys immediately began
preparation of an order to the
hospital to show cause why it
should not permit a mohel to
perform the rite in the hospital,
plus a supporting petition
Kapps explained that the
papers had to be filed to require
hospital officials to appear in
court to justify their refusal
liecause of th' time factor. Kapps
said, he knew that he and Silver
would have t" submit their legal
document* promptly to Special
Term Part II of the State
Supreme Court in Manhattan,
the CIMtomary court for initiating
such actions
Seeking the name of the justice
who would be presiding in Special
Term Part 11 on Thursday the
eighth day they learned it
would be Acting State Supreme
Court Justice Herman Cahn.
They also learned Cahn had been
assigned to sit in small claims
court that Wodnonris) evening
THE COLPA attorneys met
with Cahn that evening and
described their problem Cahn
directed that the Lenoi Hill
Hospital l>e notified unmediatle)
that he would hear the father -
petition the next morning He
also ordered Silver and Kapps to
appear in the clerk's office ol the
court on the next day
Thursday at 9 30 am to file
l heir papers, which was done
An hour later. Silver and
Kapps and the attorneys for thi
hospital presented their position!
to Cahn He ruled that the hoe
pital must admit the mohel.
basing that ruling on a prov isior
of the New York State Public
Health I.aw which requires pro
tection of U.th the civil and
religious rights of patient 1
Kapps noted that onl> four
Sew York City hospitals ha\e
such bans on ritual cirrumcissfl
For the other hospitals, a list is
maintained ol ritual circumciseri
ho are medically qualified
I \ll\ ISSUED bis ordei si
2 K) p m the same dav The
hospital attorneys immediately
sought I sta> of Cahn's order
huh would have made the iaSUS
.i' ademic. or. in legal language
moot, since 1 staj would have
meant that the ritual cir-
cumcision could not have Urn
performed in the hospital that
da) the eighth
The SppSSls court. after
hearing SXgumsutS from 6 p m to
p m denied a Staj The
hospital sttorne) 1 then called the
hospital to inform hospital of-
ficials that the operation by a
mohel would have to Im- pet
muted under court order The rite
was performed at 7 p m that
evening of the eighth da> by a
mohel with whom the father had
mad.- prior arrangements
Kapps saked what would have
happened if the hospital request
foi .1 staj had been granted said
thai arrangements had been
made lor the lather to take the
child out ol the hospital to hsvi
the rite performed al .1 nearb)
sj nagogue, thosi nu
also having been mud.- in sd
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The Brandeis University
National Women's Committee
INWCI recently held its 32nd
Annual Conference at Waltham.
Mass when' .l.SO officers and
, haptSf dekftgatSS from across the
country met in a five-day
program Among them were
Flonduins pictured here The
conference theme wm kj
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preside I att.A
seminar-
ceremonies and recepuoBi
made up tl ^gnust
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induction <>' Flor\ Cohan feantarl
Boston as 1 President's Councillor
Esther Schwartz (left! >>f Miami /<
national president and national .
N'' 1 Bernstein fright! of Weston
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Ko'ach Launches Membership Drw
Librarians Elected to National Office
assistant librariai Betl
Am Library, Miami
The .south Florida chapter ol
has ,51*01^
'I he \ssociation ol Jewish
Libraries |AJL), an international
organization with over
members, held its 15th annual
convention in Philadelphia at the
end ol June.
The following South Florida
members were elected to national
office--
Treasurer, Mary (i Brand,
librarian, Junior-Senior High
School Library of the Rabbi
Alexander S Cross Hebrew
Academy Miami Beach Book
Award Committee. h
Oberstein, librarian. Hill,!
Community School. North Miami
Beach,
lot
the
the
following officers
1981 term
President and Corresponding
*f*S Marv (, Mrand,
^cording Secretary Shirley
VVolfe, librarian. Centra! Vgencj
' -' I dui at ior: |( \ |, ,
;'",: rreasurer. Karen
Ubersteui; Liaison to ( \l|
Margot SBarman librarian
Beth \m Library, Mis
I ubh.itv. RoseSobol
and
Ko sen Chapter of Miami
Basel Region ol Hadassah
fonnulau ifkally for the
areet woman has
nnounc. Membership
Briv( according to President
Jackii H.i hu
We meet every third Tnssday
ol the month and our first
nulling will commence Tuesday
Sept it. at b p m m Jefferson
National Hank Miami Beach
and ail] l.ature Cathy Lynn
(,r"" the Living Today
Section ol I h. Miami Hemld.
said Ms Hechter
Membership Vies President
\ ivum Doughu added We are
most mterest,d women in
volved m ail csreera wh.. are
interest,,) ln ,,nl> tpicaj
program) '
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proceedings.
Summer Music Fest Set Saturday
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and seminar series
The musical event will be held
Saturday. Aug.. at 2 p.m n the
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bght classical music under the
direction of ,,r Jame8 >*
Honda Atlantic Symphony
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Dade JCC Stages
'irst Annual Meeting
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'he South Dade Jewish
imunity Center of the Jewish
imunity Centers of South
rida held its first annual
Bting on Wednesday, June 18.
lighlighting the meeting was
election of the board of
ctors and off icera.
[Roslyn K. Benin, chairperson
the Nominating Committee,
tsented the slate. The newly
:ted board members included:
Two Year Term 1980/82:
Badly Adler, Jeffrey L.
perkowitz. Joseph Blonsky.
ancy Brooks. Maurice E.
risky, Morris Putemick, Alan
Gold, Judge Harvey L.
ldstein, Bernard Goodman,
a Greenbaum, Burton A.
lonig, Ronald G. Kalian, Eveline
Jjeckart. Joel Levy, Phyllis
"Tiler. Sydney C. Newmark.
aomi B. Olster. Marilyn
Bcourtis, Laurel Shapiro and
Bandy Susman.
One Year Term 1980/81:
Irene Baros, Abraham J.
Benyunes, M.I) Gloria
Chekanow, Stephanie Mauser,
I Jack Kapner. Barbara Kasper,
Rabbi Morris A. Kipper. Alan J.
Kluger. Richard Kohn. Mellelene
\ Lusting. Clifford Marks. D.D.S..
Jules G. Minkes, E.O.. Ian M.
Reiss, M.D.. Arleen Rosenthal.
Robert L. Shapiro. Ruth Shere.
Robert Siegel. Harry Weitzer.
Barry White. Richard Zinn.
The newly elected officers for
the 1980 81 season are: Joel
Levy. president: Morris
Futernick. first vice president:
Naomi B. Olster. second vice
president: Nancy Brooks,
secretary; and Burton A. Honig.
treasurer.
Marc and Stephanie Hauer
served as chairpersons of the
E meeting, which included en-
I tertainment and a message of
I congratulations from Muriel
[ Russell, president of the Jewish
I Community Centers of South
f Florida.
Levy, the new president
presented the annual report
reflecting on the growth and
progress the Center has made.
Levy recalled the many years
the South Dade JCC functioned
in various facilities that were not
always adequate for the number
of activities that were offered. He
thanked the staff and mem-
bership for their support and
effort through these trying times.
Without their help, the South
Dade JCC would not have made
the progress it has in serving a
large number of Jewish men,
women and children in social,
cultural and educational ac-
tivities, he said.
Their endeavors were
ultimately rewarded with a new
facility. The South Dade JCC,
12301 SW 102nd Ave., opened in
September, 1979, now serves as a
Center where Jews can come
together to participate in ac-
tivities that enrich their personal
growth, develop a fuller un-
derstanding of Jewish values,
learn about their history and
culture and engage in experiences
based on their Jewish heritage,
said Levy.
In the year that the Center has
been at its present site, mem-
bership has reached over 700
families.
Levy also noted:
- Registration for Nursery
School for September 1980 has
achieved full enrollment.
- The Mommy and Me
Program (18 months to 2' i years)
has increased.
After school day care for
children of working parents and
after school activities have been
expanded.
- New Teen Clubs have been
formed.
- Support groups, social ac-
tivities and cultural enriched
programs have been established
for singles.
- Adult programming has
increased.
- Senior Adults now meet five
days per week to share their
experience.
The summer camp will ac-
commodate over 500 children per
session.
- Outstanding events such as
the Chanukah Family Fund Day
and Macabiad. which saw over
450 people in attendance, will be
continued.
In conclusion. Levy stated, the
Center looks forward to con-
tinued growth promoting quality
programming and a higher level
of Jewish consciousness among
the Jewish residents in South
Dade and the continued support
of the community is welcome and
fruouraged.
Alleged Crimes in Ukraine
May Lead to Deportation

NEW YORK (JTA) -
Deportation could be the final
step for a 71 -year-old man who
"actively participated in beatings
and executions of unarmed
Jewish civilians" in the Ukraine
during World War II, according
to federal authorities. The
allegations were made against
Michael Derkacz by the Justice
Department in Federal District
Court in Brooklyn as it began a
civil suit to revoke his citizen-
ship.
Derkacz, a retired window
washer from Queens, N.Y.
became a naturalized American
citizen five years after he entered
the United States in 1949 by
having "willfully misrepresented
and concealed his service" in the
Ukrainian police unit, the Justice
Department charged.
DEPORTATION to the Soviet
Union, where Derkacz' alleged
Crimea occurred, is a possibility if
the proceedings to strip himself
of his U.S. citizenship are suc-
cessful.
Allan Ryan, Jr., director of the
Justice Department's Office of
Special Investigation currently
investigating about 300
suspected war criminals, reported
that the Derkacz case is the tenth
in which this special unit has
tried to revoke the citizenship of
a war criminal.
When reached at his home,
Derkacz called the Justice
Department's allegations "an
honest-to-God lie" and claimed
that he "protected the people
(Jews) from the Germans."
Derkacz said he plans to fight
the government's dena-
turalization proceedings. When
pressed as to why he never
mentioned to American consular
officials in West Germany that he
had served as a policeman in the
Ukraine, Derkacz said, "nobody
asked me."
"Spanish Mosaic9
Now at Flamenco
A new show, "Spanish
Mosaic," has recently opened at
the Flamenco Supper Club,
according to Jose Ramon
Currais. show producer.
The show, featured nightly at
9:30 except on Tuesdays, takes
the audience through a trip
around Spain. The cast, com-
posed of eight female dancers, six
male dancers and two singers,
not only entertains the audience
but educates it with glimpses of
Spain.
Battle Shaping up Over
Commmercial TV Channel
Paul L. Back man, president
of the Florida State Associ-
ation of B'nai B'rith Lodges,
was honored at the recent
District Five B'nai B'rith
Convention held in Atlanta,
Ga. He was presented with a
membership award and with
the outstanding Ben B'rith
Award.
Temple Beth Tov
Names New Rabbi
Temple Beth Tov announces
the appointment of a new rabbi,
who will also act as cantor.
Rabbi Nathan Bryn and his
wife are the parents of three
children. One son attends Boston
University, another son attends a
Yeshiva on Miami Beach and the
youngest is a daughter of 11.
The Sisterhood Barbecue is set
for Aug. 17. For information, call
Sarah Fish or Ruth Burman. For
Monday Games Night, call Ruth
Burman.
Friday night services are at
8:16, Saturday morning services
at 9:15.
By DAVID LANDAU
JERUSALEM (JTA) A
new battle is shaping up between
the coalition and the opposition
over government proposals to
establish a commercial television
channel to compete with the
present single channel which is
State-owned but autonomous.
Energy Minister Yitzhak Modai
is expected to soon propose the
new channel to the Ministerial
Economic Committee.
Several business groups are
known to be interested in bidding
for the franchise to operate a
commercial channel. If the full
Cabinet approves Modai's
proposal, the Economic Com-
mittee will begin to consider bids.
COMMERCIAL television
has been under discussion
for years. The latest move
in favor of a commercial
channel has come at a time when
national television, and to a
lesser extent, national radio, are
under strong attack by govern-
ment ministers and coalition
Knesset members for allegedly
being too negative and down-beat
in reporting news of government
activities.
Modai and Finance Minister
Yigal Hurwitz are among the
most severe critics of public
television's handling of the news
and public affairs.
Binyamin Halevi, an MK of
the Democratic Movement.
recently referred to TV news
reporters as "criminals" and had
to make a public apology.
LABOR MKs have charged
that coalition attacks on
television and radio staff
reporters were deliberately in-
tended to boost the chances of
Cabinet approval of a second
I channel. They accused the
'government of wanting to create
a commercial channel to be run
by pro-Likud business interests.
Moshe Shahal. chairman of the
Labor Party's Knesset faction,
called for tight Knesset and
public control over any second
channel to ensure that it does not
become a political tool.
Jewish Worship Hour
Rabbi Albert B. Schwartz of
the Jewish Federation of Greater
Fort Lauderdale, will appear on
"The Jewish Worship Hour" on
Sunday at 8 a.m. on Channel 10.
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What is life really like in Israel, from dav to
day. and with a family?
At a recent meeting, with Pauline Shamus
presiding, the members of Mayim Hadassah
listened raptly to Gila Brand! daughter of
member Sylvia Schwartz and her husband
Waiter, as she spoke of her experiences in Israel.
Her husband. Shimon Brand, was born in
Israel at the Meir Shifeyah Agricultural Village,
and became a Junior Hadassah member when he
was six. He studied engineering at UCLA, going
back to Israel in 1969. when he met and married
Gila.
Shimon is DO*, a builder of homes in Israel The
Brands have two daughters. Eight-year-old.
Mieka was born in the Hadassah Hospital and
studies in a shack next to the overcrowded school.
She is a lovely, gifted child and does not mind the
inconveniences. She has learned to translate
Hebrew into English. Lively Denna is 4. and has
just begun kindergarten.
SKETCHING in her own background. Gila
told us she is 34. born in New Jersey, and went to
the Yeshiva in Elizabeth. She has a degree in
philosophy from Brandeis University. After the
Six Day War. she went to Jerusalem and helped
clean up the original Hadassah Hospital and
Hebrew University, now rebuilt and the most
beautiful in the world." at Mount Scopus.
Gila wrote articles and books in the field of
communications, such as Some Moral Aspects of
the Mass Media She taught in the experimental
High School in Jerusalem and lectured ex-
tensively, even taking her one-year-old baby
along, the child was kept quiet by being placed
on the podium m front of Gila as she lectured
Finding that the field of education did not pay
very well, she turned her skill at typing into a
career as a writer
Responding to questions from the audience.
Mrs Brand said that security was a problem,
especially for parents of small children, whose
curiosity can lead them into trouble They are
carefully instructed never to pick up anything.
anywhere. On buses they must check under their
seats and report any packages found to the police,
and run away
ONE DAY the children, about to get on a bus.
clamored for ice cream Gila agreed, deciding to
take the next bus The bus they missed had a
bomb explosion. No one was injured, due to a
little boy who saw a package and reported it to
the driver, who immediately evacuated the
vehicle.
Do they live in fear? Not at all. said the
speaker. "It's all a part of our daily lives We take
all the precautions we are instructed to take And
if we want security, we must be open to
negotiations."
What about daily shopping, bill payments,
high taxes? She said the Israelis do not suffer, but
have few luxuries Some may even have two cars
But yes. you must be an idealist to live in Israel
However, we get much joy and pleasure in our
daily living." she said
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Arthur A. Selevan, past deputy commander of the State of
Florida Jewish War Veterans and chairman of the essay
contest of Post 177, presents $50 United States Government
Bond to first prize winner Melinda Faith Stein. Also shown
are principal Roz Sulel. runner-up Larry Siff, Jamers Over-
stein, commander of JWV Post 177; and Rabbi Seymour
Friedman, Temple Sinai of Hollywood.
Cedars Names Director
Robert J. Bigge has been
named executive director of
Cedars of Lebanon Health Care
Center.
For the last six years. Bigge
was executive director of
M'-Keesport Hospital, a 5 7 9-bed
community teaching hospital in
McKeesport. Pa
He has a master's degree in
medical and hospital ad-
ministration from the University
of Pittsburgh and is currently
completing work toward a
doctorate in health service ad
ministration.
In addition to an extensivt
I ickground in hospital ad
ministration. Bigge was active in
numerous civic, service and
professional health
organizations. He has lecutured
extensively and has had
numerous articles published in
health care journals.
Robert Bigge
Open House at Temple Zion
i
^ "Commencing this Sunday.
n, Aug. 3. and every Sunday
through Sept. 7, from 9:30 a.m -
Par km noon- Temple Zion will hold open
Roaenbi house according to Gary F.
Attorns Canner, temple president
oao82 Jv 'On hand each Sunday.'
continued Canner. will be our
membership host and hostess of
our
the day. members of
executive and general board.
Gad Ghana. Religious School
principal, will also be available
for consultation and registration
for all grade* from kindergarten
through Judaica. said Canner
For more information, call the
Temple Zion offu
JCC Singles
Set Events
The Michael Ann Russell
Jewish Community Center.
North Miami Beach, has a
variety of events scheduled in the
month of August for the JCC
Singles Social Cluster Groups
and other interested single
adults
On Sunday. Aug 10. a
champagne brunch and swim
party will be held at a JCC
member's home beginning at 11
am Guests are limited. Call
early for reservations
On Saturday. Aug 16 the
singles will attend the Great
Laser Fusion show at the
Planetarium at 8 p.m. The 20-35
and 30-45 JCC Social Cluster
Groups will join forces for this
event They will meet at the JCC
parking lot and car pool together
On Sunday. Aug. 17. poetry
will be recited in the Pub at
Livingston s Landing in Fort
l.auderdale Pood and drinks
available All singles will meet at
JCC parking lot inear twllfieldl at
l:15p.m and car pool together
CAM Completes
Shavuoth Manual
Mr* I.Uhan Ron, head of |
I ommunity Relations depart-
ment o! the Educational
ROUrC (enter rj| the Central
Agency tor Jewish Education
has just announced the
publication ot a new manual on
the teaching of the Holiday of
Shavuoth. entitled It hither Thou
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The manual contains over 2TB
{> of lesson plans
background information, songs'
arts and crafts projects. *
Jones holiday lore, and many
more top.es of ,nlere8t on The
holiday of Shavuoth.
thar.hLP.Ub|Ca,'0n *"<* nv
gat havebtw put ,, bj the
J-AJl. u> hep enhance teacher
preparedness m the classnK,m
1 information ab
publication, pubusl
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Andy Warhol Highlights
Fine Arts of Beth David
Andv Warhol will open The
Fine Arts of Beth David's 1980
81 season with the world
premiere of his newest work.
'Ten Portraits of Jews of the
20th Century at the Preview
Reception for patrons on
Saturday. Sept 6. 8 9 pm. at
The Lotfl Art Museum
The exhibit, in cooperation
with The LOWB Art Museum and
the Barbara Gillman Gallery will
feature the 10 portraits in both oil
and silkscreen. and will be open
to the public from Sept 7 28.
Mark 1-ondner. WCKT-TV
cntic and lifestyle reporter, is the
first speaker on the lecture series.
"Creative Communication."
beginning Oct. 8. at 7:46 p.m.. at
Beth David South Campus The
evenings, extending over seven
consecutive Wednesday nights.
will include literary and media
personalities Charles Cinnamon.
l.ary Bloom. Judy Drucker.
Hannah Kahn and Alvis
Sherouse
Flamenco Fiesta. directed
by Ana Maria, leading exponent
of Spanish da rue BOH teaching
at Ballet Concerto is the theme
for the fourth annual dance
luncheon on Wednesda\ No\
12. at 10 a.m.. at Beth David
Congregation The unique for
mat. a flamenco lecture-
demonstration and l>eginners
flamenco class for participants,
will be enhanced by a special
cinematography and art exhibit
b| Robin Massin and Barry
Massin
The Brothers Peskanov. ac-
claimed as gifted in the
Menuhin tradition of family
musical excellence,' will
celebrate The Fine Arts of Beth
David Fifth Annual Gala evening
with their artisty on Saturday.
Jan 17. at 8 p m'. at Beth David
Congregation
Mark Peskanov. violinist, is a
first prue winner of the Aspen
Music Featival Concerto
Competition. Alexander
Peskanov. pianist, is a first prize
winner of the Young Artists
Competition of Piano Teachers of
New ^ork R, H
emigres, the Brother | ^T*
duo recital will mark \'j
debut.
The Beth Abraham
Choral Touring Cbou iiavW
Ohio, directed In
I. !iopmti vl-
Saturday. March
at Beth David I
Cantor David Left | p^
Synagogue m New \ -K '
make a special gw arin^'
with the choral. Musical
selections will rang. vtom
to contemporary
On Friday. Apr. The Fine
Arts committee will *. me the
Sabbath with a spa
celebration of art
poetry and prayer
In presenting -^
series. The Fin.' \ DtBUal
its tradition
various arts and young talent*
said Fine Arts Chairpera Toby
Ansin in announcing -
season We are ,i. ,,. a
the community i n : to our
efforts and look !Ttrd to
continuing lmagina:. tad high
caliber programs
Honorary chair;" ; The
Fine Arts of Beth David in
Rabbi and Mr* So i.amiauind
Mr and Mrs Jul
Mrs Kdmund V
person, and Mrs Nathan Gkner
ls \ ice chajfpei
All events an the
public For rear i ud
information, call Bell David
Congregation
Naomi Hadassah
Plans Picnic
An old-fashion.,: picnic is
being planned lor S in laj tuf
3. at 4 pm at Trop.cal Park
according to Bobbyc Armas
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By WOLF BLITZER
London Chronicle Syndicate
WASHINGTON -
Saudi Arabia is the world's
leading oil producer and
exporter. Oil accounts for
over 99 percent of the
country's exports. Proven
reserves are estimated at a
staggering 173 billion
barrels one quarter of all
proven world reserves.
Those kinds of figures
have an impact on U.S.
policy. Relations between
America and Saudi Arabia
have been close since the
1940s, when U.S. oil
companies first helped to
develop the Saudi market.
But in recent years, the
relationship has expanded to the
point where over 40.000
Americans work in Saudi Arabia
today. Over 400 American firms
have established themselves in
the Kingdom.
Department's annual human
rights report on Saudi Arabia
Even before Death of a Princess.
the Saudis made no secret of their
deep resentment of any external
criticism. As a result, they
always received kid glove
treatment in the reports. "By
origin tribal." the most recent
document said, "Saudi Arabian
society is basically egalitarian
and individualistic. Saudis have a
finely drawn and intensely feJt
traditional sense of justice."
IT IS also reflected in the
burgeoning U.S.-Saudi military
relationship. Oil wealth has had a
tremendous impact in enabling
the Saudis to sign massive
military contracts with the
United States. Officials here in
Washington estimate that these
contracts have totaled more than
$20 billion in recent years, much
of it going to develop a solid
infrastructure of airfields, roads,
port facilities and com-
munications networks.
FROM THIS extraordinary
concentration of the world's oil
supplies flows so much of U.S.
policy toward Saudi Arabia, the
Arab-Israeli conflict and the
Middle East
This has been demonstrated in
many ways, most recently during
the screening on American
television of Death of a Princess.
the documentary which the
Saudis regarded as offensive The
controversy which surrounded
the movie seemed to dominate
U.S. editorial writers and
commentators for days as a wave
of fear spread throughout the
United States that the Saudis
might retaliate by cutting back
their oil production
It is reflected in the State
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There are more than 1.000
American military and civilian
defense officials in Saudi Arabia,
along with an additional 2.000
employees of private U.S. defense
contractors Americans are
largely in charge of training and
maintaining the Saudi army.
navy and air force
It was Saudi Arabia's desire
two years ago to purchase 60 F-
15 fighter bombers the most
advanced in the U.S. Air Force
which resulted in probably the
most controversial U.S. arms sale
in American history The Senate
approved the Carter
Administration's package" sale,
which also included planes for
Egypt and Israel, by a vote of 54-
to-44. Hut the battle scars remain
to this very day.
THE FIRST of those F-15s is
not scheduled to reach Saudi
Arabia until sometime next year,
but the Saudis are still pressing
now for some advanced "extras"
which the Carter Administration
had refused to authorize as part
of the original sale
According to U.S. officials, the
Saudis are asking U.S. approval
of the accessories as a "test case"
of U.S.-Saudi relations But the
last thing Carter needs right now
is another fight with Congress
Privately, the White House is
appealing for patience in very
strong and emotional terms
directly to the Koval Family in
Riyadh
Following the 1973 Yom
Kippur War. then-Secretary of
State Henry Kissinger conceived
of a twin-pillar policy designed to
defend Western interests in the
Middle East and Persian Gulf
region: it would rest on Iran and
Saudi Arabia But one of those
pillars has crumbled, and the
other is showing signs of hairline
fractures.
CONSEQUENTLY, the
Americans are now becoming
increasingly nervous about
stability in Saudi Arabia,
although the latest U.S. in-
telligence estimate suggests that
prospects are "good" for the
coming three to five years. A
dissenting view inside the
government talks about a
potential for serious trouble
during the next 12 to 18 months.
What aroused everyone in
Washington was the December.
1979 takeover of the Grand
Mosque in Mecca. After looking
into the incident as closely as
possible. the American
Intelligence community con-
cluded that some 260 ultra-
conservative Saudi Moslems
were involved.
The beat thinking among the
Americans was that militants
were anxious to protest the ef-
fects of modernization on Saudi
Arabia. Most were said to be
Saudis, with some Egyptian and
Yemenites also participating.
The existence t* his group wa
known to >>audi internal security
officials before the takeover,
although they clearly un-
derestimated its ability to take
action
U S. officials have not come up
with anv concrete evidence
showing that outside forces were
somehow behind or involved in
the bloody takeover, which lasted
several days.
BUT U.S. officials
acknowledge that the affair may
portend serious trouble in the
future Indeed, the Americans
believe that the greatest threat to
Saudi Arabia's stability is in
ternal. stemming from the
"corruption" issue Saudis
accusing their leadership of
moving away from traditional
Islam too quickly as evidenced
by the extremely ostentatious
lifestyles.
Saudi Arabia s population
estimates are very rough since no
good census has ever been taken.
The State Department believes
there are some six million Saudis
in the Kingdom. In addition,
there are said to be another one
and a half million foreigners,
including some 125.000
Palestinians as well as large
numbers of Yemenites. Egyp-
tians. Koreans, Thais and
Philippians.
FTf years, the Saudis have
feand trouble from Soviet
back )d South Yemen Following
the Soviet invasion of
Afghanistan. Saudi fears have
increased President Carter has
promised to use force "if
necessary" to protect Saudi
Arabia from external aggression
Given the West's dependence on
Saudi oil. Carter would have no
realistic choice
ACCORDING to Stale
Department sources, the Soviet
threat has not weakened Saudi
Arabia's determination to press
ahead for a solution of the
Palestinian question Actually,
just the opposite has been the
case.
The Saudi regime believes that
a "comprehensive agreement
between Israel and its Arab
neighbors would go a long way
towards easing the Soviet
Union's ability to make such
dramatic inroads in the Middle
East
The Saudis have told the
Americans that a resolution of
the Palestinian problem and the
restoration of Arab sovereignty
Over Fast Jerusalem would
remove the single most
significant threat to regional
stability
Since 1973. the Nixon. Ford
and Carter Administrations have
accepted that line of thinking as
they pressed ahead in their
search for a comprehensive
agreement The perceived linkage
between oil supplies and peace
negotiations was always up-
permost in official U.S. thinking,
even if it were never publicly
acknowledged Negotiating
tactics may have changed; the
overall objective has remained
the same.
This policy can be expected to
continue ,f Carter wmsree4ectn
A Reagan Administration or for
that matter any other, similarly
would be confronted with the dire
reality of Saudi petrodolW Z
fluence. It may ^ forced
pursue this same appro**. For
rael, that will mean continued
u.&. pressure.
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Shown at the recent dedication of an emergency ambulan .
the people of Israel are Howard Kaufman, Joseph Margoliei,
David Coleman and Robert Schwartz. Margolies donated the
ambulance, through the American Red Magen I*
Israel Coleman and Kaufman have been appoint, d Honda
state chairman and Florida state president for ARMDI
Schwartz is Southeast District director.
Home Eye Test Program
To help find the one in 20 ore-
schoolers who have eye disorders
before it is too late the
National Society to Prevent
Blindness has just issued a Home
Eye Test Program Guide
The Guide is packed with sug-
gestions on how community
groups can bring the Society's
Home Eye Test for Preschoolers
to families in their area
The Home Eye Test is a do-it
yourself way for parents to check
their youngsters for possible
vision problems A simple, self
contained kit. the Test includes
an eye chart and instructions for
screening vision It has been
endorsed by eye specialists and
health professionals
"A Home Eye Test program
can make a vital contribution to
in* lives of our children." says
Edward W McGuinneas, presi-
dent of the National Society to
Bloom Interviews
Shimon Peres
Elaine Bloom s recent in
terview in Israel with Shimon
Peres can be heard Aug 1 on
WKAT at I p m On Aug 1 her
interview with Prof Yuval
Neaman will be broadcast
I)r Michael Feldman of the
\N eizmann Institute will be
featured on Thursday. Aug 7.
discussing imminent
breakthroughs in cancer
research Outer future programs
will deal with Israels use of the
I >ead Sea to harness solar energv
\ in- president of public affairs
of WKAT and a featured talk
show host. Mr- Bloom was
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Ciuide is available at K ., cop]
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of Russia seek." memlxT- tv
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torch, while one membei tressed
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Jenist HrrHirtr
Page 7 B
Community Corner
City of Miami Mayor Maurice A. Ferre is asking Miami
residents to be certain they have been counted in the 1980
Census which is to end this summer
'The census is vital in determining representation as well
U the allocation of federal funds." Ferre said With the influx
of so many new residents to the city of Miami in recent months,
it is important that as many as possible be counted."
Vic Mardelli will speak on the Dade Partners Program" at a
meeting of the Dr. Abraham Wolfson Forum on Aug 7 at 10
a m at the Washington Federal Bank, 1234 Washington Ave..
Miami Beach. On Aug. 14. Police Sgt. Jack Mackie will speak on
Personal Safety and Crime Prevention."
Make this summer a safe and enjoyable time when you
participate in ail of your favorite sports by getting a Recreation
II) Badge. This badge provides personal identification and
emergency medical information in case of sudden illness or
injury.
Mount Sinai Medical Center on Miami Beach is offering
these free plastic pin-on badge for adults and children via phone
request while the supply lasts Call Public Relations
\olunteers are needed for the Jerry Lewis Labor Day
Telethon, on Sunday. Aug. 31. to Monday. Sept. 1. at the
Coconut Grove Exhibition Center Call the Muscular Dystrophy
\NN(iciation to volunteer.
The Miami Dade Community College board of trustees, in
dt mn on Monday. July 21. named Dr. Riedad F. Robertson to
the position of vice president for public affairs.
For the fourth consecutive year, the Coral (iables Jaycees are
sponsoring the "World's Longest Softball Game" to raise
money for the annual Muscular Dystrophy campaign. The
pime. scheduled for the weekend of Aug. 22, 23. 24 at Mark
Light Field at the University of Miami, will involve almost 500
participants from 48 teams.
The HO Muscular Dystrophy Association Friends, which is a
?.'mup comprised of high school and college students, are
-ponsoring the second annual "Super Dance. USA 12-hour
ilance marathon with the cooperation of 96X Radio Station and
the Omni International Merchants Association
This Dance-A-Thon will take place on Saturday. Aug. 2. from
10a.m. til 10 p.m. at the Omni International's South Court.
Judy Stanton. director of public relations at Mount Sinai
Medical Center, has been elected to the position of president -
Bled of the Florida Hospital Association Public Relations
I ..unoil for 1980-81. She will assume the office of president in
October of 1981.
I his is your life Leon Fields, and so the story goes as the
tables were turned on entertainer Fields when he was honored by
the Foollighter Association Monday. July 21, at the Konover
Hotel Fields founded the South Florida Chapter in 1957 and
*.is the organization's first president. Noted members of the
I "itlighters include Paul Anka. Sammy Davis Jr. Jerry Lewis,
Pat Henry. Jackie Mason. Myron Cohen. Don Rickles. among
others
The laboratory at Cedars of Lebanon Health Care Center has
been accredited by the Collage <>f American Pathologist* I nder
the direction of Daniel L. Seckinger. M.D.. chief of pathology.
the laboratories have once again been granted a two year ac
redjtatioa
Nominations to thePublicHealth Trust, the governing body
ot Jackson Memorial Hospital, are now being accepted, Be-
arding to Ortavio F. Verdeja. chairperson of the Nominating
I onimitlee of the Health Systems Agency of South F londa.
Secretary of State George Firestone has announced the ap-
proval of more than $1.8 million in fellowships and grants to
Florida artists and arts organizations, including more than
$353,000 for Dade County.
Congressman Dante B. Fascell (D-15th District) has an-
nounced the appointment of Rich Goldberg as chairman of his
annual Labor Day Picnic Committee. The Congressman also
announced that the site of the Labor Day Picnic will be a new
one. Tropical Park at Bird Road and the Palmetto Expressway
Pits No. 7 and 8 have been reserved for Dade County's
traditional Labor Day Picnic. The picnic will begin at 10 a.m.
and end at 3 pjn. on Sept. 1. ..

Zalman Bacheikov, D.D.S.
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W. Miami JWV Auxiliary Events
Mn. Man- Ltvy
Astrin-Levy
Susan Rae Astrin. daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Louis H. Astrin of
Miami, became the bride of Man-
Harold I^evy. son of Dr. and Mrs.
Meyer Yanowitz of Miami and
Mr. lister J. Levy of New
Orleans, La. on July 27 in a
ceremony held at Temple Emanu-
El.
The ceremony was co-officiated
by Rabbi Sol Landau and Rabbi
Maxwell Berger. Following the
ceremony, a reception and dinner
were held at the Friedman
Ballroom of the temple.
Miss Dori Kauchwerger was
maid of honor, and Mrs. Helene
LaBoy, the bride's sister, served
as matron of honor Bridesmaids
included Miss Evelyn Astrin. the
bride's other sister, and Miss
Georgette Zyne. Miss Jody
Nemos, flower girl for the
ceremony, is the niece of the
groom.
Mr l>awTence Bieler was best
man. and ushers included Mr.
Howard Vogel and Mr Kenneth
Koffman. Ringbearer was Joel
Nemes, the nephew of the groom.
The bride's grandparents are
Mrs Lillian Townsend Sherman
of Miami Beach and the late Irvin
Townsend The groom's grand-
parents are Mr. Nathan Gillman
and the late Fay Tupk-r Gillman
of Miami Beach.
The bride graduated from
Miami Killian Senior High
School and the Medical Center
Campus of Miami Dade She
received her dental hygiene
license and is currently practicing
in Miami
The groom graduated from
Palmetto Senior High School and
the University of Miami with a
bachelor's of science degree with
honors. He is presently in his
fourth year at the University of
Miami School of Medicine and
will graduate in May of 1981
The newly-weds will
honeymoon in Hawaii and af-
terwards live in the Kendall area.
Corridorf-Miller
Miss Debbie Corndorf.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Chaim
Corndorf of Miami Beach,
became the bride of Howard Jay
Miller, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel Miller of New Haven.
Conn, on July 27 at the Temple
F.manu-El Grand Ballroom.
Rabbi Mordechai Shapiro
officiated.
The bride wore a traditional
gown designed by Massandrea
for Galina. made of white silk
organza withalenconbeaded lace.
The headdress was a custom-
designed Juliet cap in coor-
dinating beaded lace.
The bride, a graduate of Stern
College for Women, a division of
Yeshiva University, is a stock-
broker for D.H. Blair Investors
Corp. in New York City.
The bridegroom is a phar-
macist and owner of Windsor
Drug Co. of Norwalk. Conn., and
Vinci Pharmacy of Greenwich.
Conn. He is a graduate of the
University of Connecticut School
of Pharmacy.
After a trip to Bermuda, the
couple will live in Norwalk.
West Miami Auxiliary No. 223.
Jewish War Veterans will hold its
monthly meeting on Wednesday.
Aug 6, at 8 p.m. in the Senior
Citizens Room of West Miami
Town Hall.
Auxiliary President. Tanya
l^evine, invites all interested
persons to attend the short
business meeting, and a games
evening afterwards. Refresh-
ments will be served by Florence
Grossman.
Mrs. l^evine states that the
Auxiliary will be represented by
Americanism chairman. Natalie
Rosenberg, at the naturalization
ceremonies to be held at Dade
County Auditorium, on Tuesday.
Aug. 5. She will present "I am a
New Citizen" ID cards to all in
attendance.
Judge Segall
Announces
Retirement
Senior County Court Judge
Sidney L. Segall. concluding his
sixth consecutive term in judicial
office. Jan. 6. 1981. has decided
not to seek a seventh term. Judge
Segall will have served as a judge
for more than 25 years since his
appointment by former Gov.
Laroy Collins.
In announcing his retirement
from the bench. Judge Segall
said: "The voters of Dade
County have honored me by
electing me as their judge six
consecutive terms since August.
1955 for which I am humbly
grateful I'm looking forward to a
new and different kind of
professional activity in the field
of law."
The Auxiliary will host a
"Summer Social" on Saturday,
Aug. 9 at 7:30 p.m. at the pool of
Beatrice Tarbes. Barbecue grills
and charcoal will be supplied.
Advance reservations are
necessary due to space
limitations.
Hospital Chairman. Ruth
Herman, and her committee will
host a Ward Party at the
Veterans Administration
Hospital on Saturday. Aug. 16 at
7:30 p.m.
Tanya Levine will represent
the Auxiliary at the National
Convention of Jewish War
Veterans in New Orleans. La.,
during the week of Aug. 17 24.
Personable, pleasant, intelligent,
attractive *ido* wishes to meet
intelligent, respectable gentle
man 55-70 years lor companion
ship Phone 534 1812
John Schechter has been
elected chairman of the board
of directors of Players Stale
Theatre, the Miami branch of
the State Theatre of Florida.
A non-profit organization.
/'/uvers State Theatre
presents a full season of
professional, legitimate stage
productions at its Coconut
Grove playhouse from
October to April. In addition,
it maintains a conservatory
With a touring theatre group.
Temple Administrator
Wanted
Large Reform Congregation in S.E. Florida
Requires Accounting Background, Office
Administrative Experience. Salary Open and
Commensurate with Ability. Fringe Benefits.
Mail Resumes to: Box TAW, 120 N.E. 6th Street,
Miami, Florida 33132.
El AI Israel Airlines
mourns the passing of
their dear and beloved friend
Ben Zion Steinberg
May his soul rest in peace.
Zvi Redfich. Regional Manager



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Friday. August 1.1960
Business Notes
Arthur H. Cosirehoa, chairman of the board of Washington
Savings and Loan Aaaociation, has announced the opening of
Washington Saving's Sweetwater Branch on Monday, July 28.
Ben A. Tundidor was named branch manager in charge of the
Sweetwater office.
This expansion represents Washington Saving's commitment
to serve all segments of the community and its first venture into
an almost entirely Hispanic service area.
Gary Schuler. formerly of Mayor's Jewelers in Pompano and
Dadeland, has been named director of Mayor's new estate
buying and appraisal office at 2500 E. Hallandale Blvd. in
Hallandale. In announcing the appointment. Mayor's President
Irving Getz said Schuler also has been named to direct a new
diamond investment program for all of the firm's 11 stores
throughout Florida
The new estate buying and appraisal office is the fourth to be
opened by Mayor's within the past 12 years. The others are
located on Kane Concourse in Bay Harbour, on Catalonia
Avenue in Coral Gables and on Worth Avenue in Palm Beach.
Sheryl L. Wolfman has been
appointed branch manager of the
A venture (Northeast Dade)
savings office of American
Savings and Loan Association of
Florida. Wolfman fills a position
previously held by Robert
Voskovitch. who has been named
assistant director of personnel.
Wolfman joined American
Savings in 1976 and has worked
in the Assooat.on s mortgage and savings divisions. Prior to
her appointment, she was the assistant branch manager of
Amoruan main office in Miami Beach. Wolfman holds a
masu-rs degree from Hofstra University. New York and
resides with her husband in Hollywood lork. and
Miami Merchandise Mart President Robert A. Lefcort was
recently elected vice president and treasurer of the World
Aeeoi iation ol Merchandise Marts (WAMM)
Purpose of \\ W1M is U) open lines of communication be-
tween management teams of marts throughout the world.
i
i eiss
A ranstin St>mmers
Chase Federal Savings and Loan Association announces the
appointments of the following personnel:
Flora Aranson-Sommers to vice president of community
affairs. Albert Hall to assistant vice president North Beach
branch manager. Barbara Weiss to assistant vice president
Arthur Godfrey Road branch manager and Barbara Fancher
to North Bay Village branch manager
The appointments are announced by Stephen J. Waters Jr.,
executive vice president savings.
Chase Federal is Florida's sixth largest thrift institution with
19 branch locations serving Dade. Broward. Palm Beach and
Martin counties. The $1.4 billion institution is headquartered in
Miami.
Intercontinental Bank has announced the appointment of
Roger L. Saxon as vice president of its Real Estate Department.
Saxon's career in realty began in 1948 with the firm of Creep &
Merrill, Inc., where he served as vice president of its Residential
Loan Department.
Panoff Interviews
Tax Counsels
Miami Attorney Robert E.
Panoff will interview H. David
Rosenbloom and JoeJ Rabinoviti
on the current status of proposals
currently being offered which
would radically change the
United States taxation of non-
residents.
Rosenbloom is international
tax counsel to the U.S. Treasury,
and Rabinovitz is deputy tax
counsel.
PANOFF, who is a graduate of
Brandeis University and the
University of Miami School of
Law, is vice chairman of the Tax
Section of the Florida Bar and a
member of the American Bar
Association
last year, he was awarded
attorney s fees in a precedent
setting case involving the Florida
corporate income tax Previously
he had interviewed N Jerold
Cohen, chief counsel to the
Internal Revenue Service, on
whether attorney's fees should be
available to taxpayers who w in in
litigation against the IKS
Panoffs new offices an1 now
located in Dadeland Towers,
Miami.
Old Fish Market
Opens in Miami
The old Pish Market pat-
terned after thjr original Old Fish
M.irket in Toronto's historic Si
Lawrence Market area has
opened at "The Falls' center in
Miami
Owner is Ken Orde. a Canadian
restaurateur, who opened the
original Old Fish Market Lni
>. ar old former fish warehouse in
Toronto four years ago
Peter Cotton of Toronto
designed the restaurant, and chef
in Miami is Alvin Lowe. Than
are different menus for lunch,
dinner. Saturday morning break-
fast and Sunday brunch, as well
as for children.
Chai Hadassah
Announces Events
Chai Chapter of Hadassah will
hold a garage sale at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. K. Sponder. North
Miami Beech, on Sunday. Aug.
10. from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Chai Chapter plans a l.al>r
Day weekend trip to the Palm
Beach Ocean Hotel from Aug. 29
to Sept. 1. For reservations and
information, call Marilyn Tucker
or Phyllis Goldman.
Joins Law Firm
The law firm of Cypen &
Nevins of Miami Beach an-
nounces that Michael A. Dribin
has become an associate of the
firm.
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God. He reminded the Israelites of the close relationship which
must always exist between them and the Almighty.
"And now. Israel.'' said Moses, "what does the Lord your
God ask of you. but to reverence the Lord your God. to walk in
His ways, to love Him. to worship Him will all your heart and all
your soul: and to obey the rules and regulations which I com-
mand you this day.
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and to be loyal to Him. then the Ixird your God will drive out all
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and mightier than you are yourselves; every' place you pass
through shall be yours, from the desert to I^banon. from the
Kuphrates River to the Mediterranean Sea shall be your border.
\<> one will be able to stand against you. for the I,ord your God
w ill put the fear of you in everyone's heart, as He has told you.''
r/lraleronemy 7 12 ll iSi
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Tvamir. IIS, published by Shenoold The volume is available at 'S Maiden
Lane New York N v 10031 Joseph Schlang is president ol the society
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Emanu-El Forms New Singles Club
Temple Kmanu-KI of Greater
Miami is initiating a new singles
club for the under 38 vear olds
tor v>th inembera and non-
membera, announced Carol
Greenberg, temple president
Dr Irving Lehrman, spiritual
leader ol Temple Emanu-El, h.i-
nnounced special section will
be reserved for single* in the
Theatre ol Performing Arts (or
the High Holy Day sen ioss, v. ith
a Break the Feat I'arty for
singles following the conclusion
ol sen ices
For more information, single
men an call Temple 1 -Miami Kl
Synagogue
Listings
Candlelighting
Time
7:50
19 Ab 5740
TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN
1025 NE Miami Gardens Drive
North Miami Beach 947 1435
Conservative
Rabbi Simcha Frsedman
Cantor Ian Alpem
Friday Night Services 8:15 p.m.
Late services lor the entire family
throughout the cummer
Saturday morning service al 8.30
TEMPLE BETH AM Dr. Herbert
S9S0N Kendall Dr. Baumg.rd
S. Miami 667-6667 Senior Rabbi
Mitchell Chefltz. Associate Rabbi
Friday Service 430 p.m
Rabbi Stuart Weinblatl
wiN speak on
-A Mk*Summer Night's Sermon"
Torah Service Saturday
al11:15ajTi
BETH TORAH 947 7528
CONGREGATION Conservative
1051 N Miami Baach Blvd
Dr Max A. Lipschitj. Rabbi
Cantor Zvaa Aroni
BETH DAVID Miami's Historic
Conservative Congregation
Dr. Sol Landau. Rabbi
Hazzan Wm. M. Llpeon
CORAL WAY 2625 SW 3rd Av*
Phons: 854 3911 Dally Sary.cos
Morning and Evanlng
Coral Way Main Sanctuary
Saturday morning 9 a.m.
S. Dads Campus 7500 SW 120th St
Lats Shabbat Services Friday 8 p.m.
TEMPLE EMANU-EL
1701 Washington Avenue
Conservative 538 2503
Or. Irving lehrman. Rabbi
Zvi Adler. Cantor
Saturday morning service 9 am.
Sermon 10-30
Registration now in progress all
departmsnts Religious School
and Lehrman Day School Grades
19 Membership Inquiries Invited
BETH KODESH
Modern Traditional
1101 SW 12 Ass. 8S8S334
Rabbi Max Shapiro
Cantor Leon Segal
Boss Berlin Executive Secretsry
Oslry7:45,n.i7:15
*u"tay Service 845..
TEMPLEJUDEA
5500 Qrsnsds Blvd. Rsform
Coral Gables 667 5657
Michael B. Eieenstst. Rabbi
Serving Corel Gabies and
the Southwest sree
TEMPLE MENORAH
620 75th St.. Miami Beech 33141
Rabbi Mayer Abramowttz
Fnday services at 8:15 p.m.
Saturday services st 9 a.m.
TEMPLE SINAI 18801 NE 22 Av*
North Osde's Reform Congregation
Ralph P. Klngsley. Rabbi
Julian I. Cook. Assoclata Rabbi
Irving Shulkes. Cantor
Berbers S. Ramsay. Administrator
Sebbeth Eve Services 8 15pm
(7:30 p.m. on the first
Friday ol the month)
Sabbath Morning Services
10:30 a jo.
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM
Chase Avenue st 41st St.
Dr. Leon Kroniah 538-7231
Cantor David Convleer Liberal
Sabbath Servicee. FrL, 8:15 pj*.
Saturday services, 10:46 sjti.
mmm
Drive
Dr
271-2311
Normen N. Shapiro, Rabbi
RABBINICAL ASSOCIATION
OF GREATER MIAMI
4200 Biscsyne Boulevard
Miami, Florida 33137
Phone 576-4000
Rabbi Solomon Schiff
Executive Vice President
Visitors and Queers Welcome,
ssstyen Services 7 a.m. Mondays
and Thursdays Tetter Chapel FrL,
Aug. 1. 8:15 pjn. Lets Service.
st Chapel Sat, Aasjl 2. 9 am
Pre- Registration
thru
coreTrmeCf"
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HEBREW CONGREGATIONS
J"
"St Flag* Si Miam, F.. 33131 3n>4SS4
UNITED SYNAGOGUE
OF AMERICA
1110 NE iSSrdSl.N MtarM Beacn Fia 331*2
M7eOS4 Rabtx 0..KJ B San/man cutiva
director
Religious Information
concerning Greater Miami
Houses ol Worship
Phone: 570-4000
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kugust1. I960
Notices
ITICE UNDER
IOUS NAME LAW
IS HEREBY
tint the undersigned
engage In business
fictitious name
IN ION "It" at
t Dixie Highway
iml Beach. Florida
register said name
[ Clerk of the Circuit
taunt) Florid*
k\ ID KAISER
rat Dixie Highway
i.imi Beach Florida
ICES Of
1-cHMIER
Ifor
t KR
Auk 1 ^ >B*0
5F FLORIDA
I-MENT OF STATS
ilhal
|t ministorauk
> rca ltd
re a limited partner
ried under Oispter
nda Statutea. having
pal place of bualneaa
|; BEACH. FLORIDA
. cancelled for failure
1978 Annual Report
to the provlalona of
30 SI Florida
I hereby give
in thla newapaper
published In DADE
Florida, that aald
*rtnershlp haa filed
juent reporu and paid
quired under law
(reinstate aald limited
hip a Certificate of
aa of December It,
>ear for which the
partnership was last
Certificate of
j lor my hand and
r-.' >ral of the
' Klortda. at
lie Capital, thla
day of July. 1*0
Firestone
late
Au 1. 19*0
CIRCUIT COURT
FOR
ICOUNTY.FLORIDA
IATE DIVISION 01
Number 90 $717
11 ST \TK or
IN \irei
NOTICE Oi
(MINISTRATION
idmliust ration of thr
HERMAN AIHF.I.
Kile Number XO-
M in the Circuit
llor Dad* County
ll'rubate luvialon. the
whlrh la Dade
Pourlhouse. 73 West
fcrt. Miami. Florida
namea and ad
Ol the personal
itlvsa and of the
representatives
ire ael forth below
.rested persona are
I tn file with thla court.
THREE MONTHS
IE FIRST PCBLI
Of THIS NOTICE
Claima against the
' 21 any objection by
^ated person to whom
mailed that chal-
valldlty of the will
fli atlona of the per
i-sentaUve. venue, or
n of the court
-AIMS AND OBJEC-
|)T SO FILED WILL
EVER BARRED
the first publication
l"ti.r of Admlnlatra
IB 19H0
iRVET AIBEL
Representative
I8W ith Terrace
llaml Klnnda
7RI NCI \:hki
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:iRCUIT COURT OF
IEVENTH JUDICIAL
|T OF FLORIDA. IN
>R OADE COUNTY
ttion No $0-t777 FC
FOR DISSOLUTION
MARRIAGE
Tn RMUTtBgt
. FREDRICK
r wife
nucoiucx
idem Husband
rDH.l REDRICK
lanes t'nknown
IE HEREBY NOT1
t an action for
of Marriage hav
against you and you
1 to serve a copy of
|t-n defenses If any
tTHUR II 1.1PSON
llor Petitioner, whose
Ha ISIS NW l7 St.
Miami. Florida, and
riginai with t^w dark
Iv styled court on or
JKuat H. 1M0. other .
(fault will be enteredi.
[you for the relief
in the complaint or
| v hand and the
lid court at Miami
this 2 day of July
u.1' P BRINKER
|sr) >urt
mty Florida
Tiarlnda Brown
i>eput> Clara
Juiv .1 ie at
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTII i HEREBY
OIVEN that the undersigned
desiring la -ngage in bui
under the fictituius name
BRICKELL v
at 1 SV. Ti Avenue Inland
register aald name with the
Clerk ol the Circuit Caui
Dade('ount\ Honda
BRICKEU. ALTO
BROKERS In.
Harvey I> Fnedman
Attorney* I r
Brlckell Auto Broksra, In<
UO Uncoil
Miami Hea.h Klnnda
8MB July ill- .
________________-AletL_L.iro
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
OADE COUNTY FLORIDA
Cave No W W) FC 02 ,
FAMILY DIVISION
In re the marriage .if
RAMON A *> ARNER SMITH
I'etltl.trier
and
BERNARD SMITH
Raspondanl
NOTICE or aCTIOM
Tt) BERNARD SMITH
lanes I nkmntn
rOC ARK. 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 anv
to it on MARVIN GREBER
attorney for Petitioner whose
address Is 833 NE It)
N M II Fla .13181' on or
before September 5 19S0 and_
file the original with the clerk"
of this court, otherwise a
default will be entered against
you
July 23. 19*0
Clerk. Richard P Hrlnker
Clerk of Circuit Court
Hy \ Barkis)
Aa Deputy Clerk
DWMO July Aug I I IS I Ben
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
FAMILY DIVISION
Cats No so 10*93 FC
IN RE The marna^'i
Ml .nci.air JEAN LOt IS
Petitioner Husband
V 9
PEOOY JEAN LOUIS
Respondent Wife
T'i Mn Pogg) Jean
IXMJlS
. Residence t'nknown
Nl ITICI Or PUBLICATION
Yin ARK HEREBY NOT1
FIKH that a Petition Kor Dls
solution Of Marriage has been
filed against you and you are
required to serve a copy of
your Answer or Pleading to
aald petition on petitioners
attorney UKORCE T
HAM AM EM) Suite 711. Bis
cayne Bldg 19 West Flagler
Street. Miami. Florida 3S1S0.
and file the Original Answer or
Pleading In the Office of the
Circuit Court Clerk, on or
before 22 day of August. 1M0
If you fall to do ao. Judgment
by default will be taken
against you for the relief
demanded In aald petition
DONE AND ORDERED at
Miami Dade County Florida,
this 16th day of July. 1980
RICHARD P BRINKER
Circuit Court Clerk
Dade County. Florida
By A D Wade
lieputy Oerk
1)9012 July 18. 26
Aug 1 HI M0
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY!
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIOA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No 10-101II FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
lg of
I- R \N.
Pel '
HI- m 1 DI>
Rsspon k
TO Hr-TIN \ DIVI
Iks
sfontgon

IfOl ARJ HEREBY
FIED ti-. acl
Uarriagi has
filed again
. .....Iiiire.l 10 sn
any
to n on CYPEN I NEt
attorn*) ior Petltionoi whose
address is Ut Arthur Oodire)
Road Mi.in- Beach Flotido
33140. and file the original will.
the clerk of the above. st) led
court on or before Augu
l*ii. otherwise a default will
be entered against you for the
relief demanded in the
plaint or pi
Tins notice shall be
.published on i sack a/ook tor
four consecutive weeks in THE
JEWISH FLORIDIAN
' WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami
.Florida on this 10 day of July
|M0
RICHARD P BRINKER
1 As Clerk Circuit Oxir:
I lets* Count) Florida
in C P I n-eiand
As DSPUt) Clerk
.Circuit Court Seal
Cypen A Nevlns
Arnold Nevlns I-
kffl Arthur 'lodfrey Road
Miami llea. h. Florida 3314"
'
Mi lode
.308 7M ii* iBrowi
uonor
OtOsO Jai
Aug 1
-MnislIhriHtr
Page 9-B
IN THE CIRCUIT COUS
THE 11TH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
Case No 10-11311 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
IN Rl
NATIVIDADPASCTAL
PAI UNO
! stltloner v^.-.
M LIO PAI UNO
nondsnl Husband
tick nl- ACTION
TO ROM1UO PAULINO
' -Te.-t
l^r-
YOI W'.l- NOTIFIED that
has been
, .m.l you are
required i.. serve a copy of
..
to it on Martin D Kahn M \l:
TIN D KAHN P A
'tier Wlfs'l attorney.
'i.'"' '."i NE 125
Street Suite n. North Miami
lion : on or before
and file the
Jl with the clerk of this
court either before service on
.tier V. lie'. attorney or
immediately thereafter
Otherwise a default will be
entered against you for the
relief demanded in the com-
plaint or petition
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of this Court on Julv 20.
IMO
RICHARD P BRINKER
\ u-rk of the Court
Hi \ D Wade
As Deputy Clerk
i>w Aug 1. 1, 15. 22. 1080
1
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 80-11113 FC
(FAMILY DIVISION!
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The marriage of
PEDROM ZORNOZI
Husband
an I
\n \ BEATRIZ
ZORNOZA
Wife
Tt) ANA BEATRIZ
ZORNOZA
Diagonal No 150.
33 32
Bogota Colombia
YOC ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that an action for
Dissolution of Marriage has
been filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses. If any.
U> It on ALBERT I. CARRI
CARTE. P A attorney for
Petitioner, whose address Is
2401 NW 7th Street. Miami.
Florida S3125. and file the
original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before
Sept 12. 10B0. otherwise a
default will be entered against
you for the relief demanded In
the complaint or petition
This notice shall be
published once each week for
four consecutive weeks In THE
JEWISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami.
Florida on this 20 day of July.
ISM
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk Circuit Court
Dade County Florida
Hy Lola H Currier
As Deputy Clerk
I Circuit Court Seal.
Albert L Carncarte P A
J491 NW 7th Street
Miami Florida 3312*
.306. Ms-7917
Attorney for Petitioned
.SUCK Aug 1.8. 15 ti I9H0
Q. I take package tours
every year and enjoy them
nit with the increase in
rime around the world. I
un getting quite con-
cerned about putting my
'uggage outside my hotel
doors on departure days.
Last month the tour
escort lost patience with
me because I kept
worrying about the
luggage. When one of the
passengers finally lost a
suitcase, the escort said it
was the airline's fault.
How did he know? Maybe
the bag was stolen from
outside the hotel room
door. I think this is a bad
system and should be
changed. What do you do
when you're told to put
your bags outside the
door?
A. After worrying a
little, I put the bags
outside the door. 1 also
check to make sure my
hag is with the other
baggage when it is loaded
to leave the hotel! know
I his not possible when 1
am touring the city while
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN ilgned

M
rporat"
Northea
a. i
:: the
the Circuit Court Oi
inly. I
ORIN
CLARA OORJN
RICHM \N .v
Ot ITENM tCHER
B) I '.n Id r H.iron
Mtomsyi toi tpi
, ,,v nr Ruilding
19 wot Fla\flr Street
Miami. Florida 33130
SOS ST1 ISM .
,,!.i July 11. i-
AU| 1. 1980
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN tnat the undersigned.
i, urlng to linage in business
- the BctlUOUl name
BRICKEU IMPORT 4, EX
TORT at i SW a Avenue,
register said name
.. Clei-K Ol Circuit
,.,,.. lount) F lorida
BRICKEU. A
BROK
nedman
Inc
l< 392
Flonda 33139
Julv 11 :
.. IS80
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR
DADE COUNTY,FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
Fils Number 00-sOfS
Division 01
IN RE ESTATE OF
Katherlne F Brawer
1 'ei eased
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
TO A1J. 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 Katherlne F
Brawer, deceased. File
Number S0-009S. Is pending In
the Circuit Court for Dade
County. Florida. Probate
Division, the address of which
Is 73 W Flagler Street, Miami.
Florida The personal rep-
resentaUve of the estate 1*
Irving Brawer. whose address
is 2S00 NE 138th Street. Apt
902. N Miami. Florida The
name and address 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
IF THE FIRST Pl'BUCA-
TION OF THIS NOTICE, to
lie with the clerk of the above
ourt a written statement of
any claim or demand they
ma) have Each claim must be
writing and must Indicate
the basis for the claim, the
name and address of the
:.>! oi fit* agent or at
torne) and the amount
.I li the Claim is not yet
: .'. w hen it will
I suited If
ntingonl or
III I the nature of the
in< ertaintj shall bo state
.. .- tcured the
lj shall ihed

" .11111 to
ibl* UtS lerk to
me COD) to each personal
,i e
\ Don .us interested in the
- to whom a copy of this
Notice "I Administration has
bean mailed are required.
WITHIN THREE MONTHS
FROM THE DATE OK THE
FIRST PCBUCATION OF
THIS NOTICE, to file any ob-
jections they may have that
challenges the validity of the
.I.-, adonl I will, the quallflca
ttoni Ol the personal represen
tative. or the venue or Juris
di. lion ol the court
AU. CLAIMS DEMANDS
AND OBJECTIONS NOT SO
FILED WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED |
Date of the first publication
of this Notice of
Administration August 1
IMO
Irving Brawer
As Personal Representative
Of the Estate of
Katherlne F Brawer
I nj ceased
iTTORNEY KOR PERSONAL
REPRESENTATIVE
I Slltach Kor the
A KI.I.ISCH
Ml T/
I mena AVS Suite 200 F.

W *'
porters load our bags, so 1
usually trust to fate. I
always look for my
luggage at the arriving
end of a flight. Few bags
are stolen from outside
hotel room doors, and
your tour escort probably
knew the bag was lost in
the air because he had a
count of the number of
pieces picked up at the
hotel and checked for the
flight. That's why escorts
plead with tour members
to tell them when they
add or subtract luggage.
There are better ways,
and many tour escorts
these days are telling
participants to leave their
packed and ready bags
inside hotel rooms.
Escorts supply porters
with room numbers and
the number of bags that
should be picked up in
>ach room.
On a tour 1 took last
year, every traveler was
asked to make sure his or
her bags were in the hotel
lobby ready for loading
before we boarded our
bus Other tours are
requesting tour members
to have porters carry their
bags to a loading point.
Baggage is handled
differently in different
countries depending on
pilferage and crime rate. 1
suppose. Italy and Brazil
are countries where 1
worry more about my
baggage. 1 never give
bags a second thought in
India and Israel.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
DISTRICT IN AND FOR
OADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
Case No. lo-lOMe FC
NOTICE OF ACTION
In re the
AdopUon of
A Minor
TO A Y NCNLEY
3341 Dove Creek Circle
Memphis. Term 38116
YOC ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that the PetlUoner filed
a Petition for Adoption In the
above-styled cause for the
adoption of a minor child
named therein, and you are
required to show cause why
the same should not be granted
by serving a copy of your
w'ntten defenses. If any. upon
DANIEL GAU.CP. Attorney
for the Petitioner. 23S5 Saltedo
Suite 300. Coral Gables
Honda 33134 and by filing the
original thereof with the cierk
of the Circuit Court on or
before the B da) Ol September.
1980, otherwise .i Decree may
r>. snl re d '*;.i inst you
granting said adoption
WITNESS MY hand and
ids County Florida
. -1 July, 19HO
RICH \KD l' BRINKER
k i the

B) Clartnds Bi o i
.1\ Clerk
Aug 1 8, 15. '."J. 19K0
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE MTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
Cse No 90-111 22 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
N RE The marriage of
"AKI.os mOUEl
BERMVDE2
PetlUoner
and
ANA MARIE BERMUDEZ
Respondent
YOC. ANA MARIE BER
MCDEZ. residence unknown.
ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED TO
FILE your written response to
this action for dissolution of
marriage, with the Clerk of the
above Court, and serve a copy
upon Petitioner's Attorneys.
SAUL T VON ZAMFT and
SAMI El E SMITH 1320 S
Dlxli Hlghwa) Suite 860.
Coral Cables Florida 33140. on
or before the b day of Sept .
IBBO .:-.. the Petition for
Dissolution of Marriage will be
taken as confessed
DATED July 28. 1980
RICHARD P BRINK! 1
By Clarlnda Brow n
lark

Q. A story in one of
those airline magazines
sticks in my mind but I
can't remember some of
the details It was about
mi island called Margaret
and I can't find it on a
map I think it was some-
where in South America,
but it could have been the
Caribbean. It sounded
peaceful and different Do
you know the island and
where it is'' What's it all
about'"
A You must mean
Margarita Island off the
coast ot \ enezuela. 1;
delightful place
reached lrom Caracas
Margarita I Spanish for
Margaret) was named
alter an infanta ot Spain
and is still a pearl ot an
island on the verge <>f
mass discovery by
travelers straying oft the
beaten paths 1'earl of an
island'' Right! Margarita
is history-packed with
fortresses. monuments
and jungle mountains It
also has several hotels
ottering creature comforts
with a rustic flair.
Atmosphere all over the
island is casual, adven-
turous, beach and water
oriented Reminds me of
islands in the Aegean.
\-k your travel agent tor
information on package
tour offerings Most are
still reasonably priced
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No. W-S476 FC
110)
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The marriage of
M INSUKH KAMJ1
DALBANIA
Petitioner Husband
and
VALENCIA DAI.SANIA
Respondent Wife
TO VALENCIA DADSAN1A
c o Lewis
H06 Rodeney Drive S W
Atlanta. Oeorgla 30311
Vlll' 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 DAVID S HEROER.
attorney for Petitioner, whose
address is 999 Washington
Avenue. Miami Reach. FL
33139. and file the original with
the i lerk of the above styled
court on or before September
5. 1980. otherwise a default
will be entered against you for
the relief demanded In the
complaint or petition
This notice shall be
published once each week for
lour consecutive weeks in Till:
ikv. ISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand an.I U
icsi I said court ..' M
Flonda on this M day "i July.
1980
RICHARD 1' BRINKER
\ i 'lerk Circuit Court
Dade Count) Floi
B) c P Cope i
...
\ ashtngloH Avenue
Mian Bi I FL3 1139
Attorn.\ foi Petltionoi
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
Case No 80-9M3 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
IN re the marriage Ol
SALOME HA1-L
Petitioner
and
FOSTER MALI.
l >spondent
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO POSTER HALL
RESIDENCE UNKNOWN
YOI ARE NOTIFIED thai
an action for dissolution of
marriage has been filed
against you and you are
required to serve a copy of
vour written defenses. If any.
to It on M GREBER. attorney
for Petitioner, whose addrOM
NE Ml BI N M B I
on or before Augu
.ind file the original With
the clerk of this court, oilier
-> lac .1 default will be enter. I
against you
TNES8 my hand ai
seal of this Court on Ju
RICHARD P RR1N'
Cli
B> 'larinda Brow i
I
Will- julv



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Public Notices
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned
desiring to engage In bualneat
under the fictitious name "La
>\>torra Reataurmnt. at 36 NE
17th Street. Miami. Florida
Intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida
Nelly PerUlo Martinet
Luis Gonsaga Qua vars
09014 July 11. 18. 36.
Aug 1. 1M0
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious name of
EDWARD HOTEL APTS at
919-909 Collins Avenue Miami
Beach. Florida, intends to
register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida
Joseph Sperling
Harold Rosen. Esq.
Attorney for
Joseph Sperling
430 Lincoln Road-Suite 330
Miami Beach. Florida 33139
09064 July 28. Aug 1. 8. 16, 1980
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Act.on No 6O-107M FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The marriage of
NANCY RICHERT (YOUNO)
and
MARK THOMAS YOUNG
TO MARK THOMAS
YOUNG
3030 84th Street
Kenosha Wisconsin
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that an action for Dis-
solution of Marriage has been
filed against you and you are
required to serve a copy of
your written defenses. If any.
to It on Daniel Mark Kell
Esquire. attorney for
Petitioner whose address Is
3169 West 4th Avenue. Hlaleah.
Florida. 33012. and file the
original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before
August 29. 1980. otherwise a
default will be entered against
you for the relief demanded in
the complaint or petition
This notice shall be
published once each week for
four consecutive weeks In THE
JEWISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami.
Florida on this 21 day of July.
1980
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By Clarlnda Brown
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal i
Daniel Mark Kell.
Esquire
3166 West 4th Avenue
Hlaleah. Florida 33012
(883-6600I
Attorney for Petitioner
09063 July 29. Aug 1 16 19.
1980
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No 80 *48$ FC
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The marriage of
ALRICK VIOLA DAVIS
Petitioner Wife
and
LEN VERNON DAVIS
Respondent Husband
TO LEN VERNON DAVIS
Foxhlll P O .
Nassau. Bahamas
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that an action for
Dissolution of Marriage has
been filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses. If any.
to It on HARVEY D FRIED
MAN. ESQ... attorney for
Petitioner, whose address is
430 Lincoln Road. Suite No
8B3. Miami Beach. Florida
33139. 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 FLORIDIAN
witness my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami.
Florida on this 38th day of
June. 1980
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By Paul F McCarthy
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
Harvey D. Friedman. Esq
430 Lincoln Road
suit* No. an
Miami Beach. Florida 31139
K-6*i-0Sl
Attorney for Petitioner
July 4. 11. 18 S, 19M
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. 80-103*1 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE FOR DISSOLUTION:
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The Marriage of
EDITH MARIA
1 BURITICA
f Petitioner
and
GERMAN BURmCA
Respondent
TO GERMAN BURITICA
Capltan de la
Policla
Cuartel Pollnar
NEIVA. Hulls
COLOMBIA
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that a Petition for Dta-'
solution of your Marriage has
been filed and commenced in
this Court and you are
required to serve a copy of
your written defenses. If any.
to It. on CARLOS M MEN
DEZ. Esq.. Attorney for
Petitioner, whose address Is
2988 W 4th Avenue. HIA
LEAH. Florida. 38012. and file
the original with the Clerk of
the styled Court on or before
August 23. 1980. otherwise a
default will be entered against
you for the relief prayed for In
the complaint or petition
This notice shall be pub-
lished once each week, for four
consecutive weeks In THE
JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
MIAMI
WITNESS m> hand and the
seal of said Court at Miami.
Florida, on this 14 day of July
1980.
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By M J Hartnett
As Deputy Clerk
CARLOS M MENDEZ. Esq
2986 W 4th Avenue
Hlaleah. Florida 33012
Attorney for Petitioner
39048 July 18, 36.
Aug 1.8, 1980
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious name Ryan
Realty Associates at 2041 NW
12th Avenue. Miami. Florida
intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida
Julie s Trust I
Julie's Trust II
Ellen's Trust I
Ellens Trust II
Deborah's Trust I
Deborah's Trust II
Hrrmlnea's Trust I
Hermlnea's Trust II
Carol's Trust I
Carols Trust II
Packman. Neuwahl a !
Rosenberg
Attorneys for
Kvan Realty Associates
09061 July 36. Aug 1. 8. 19. 1980
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned.
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious name of
Nature's Wonders Intend to
register said name with the
Clerk iif the Circuit Court of
I >ade County Florida
Sarah Weissbard
Abraham Welssbard
'*H08 July 29 Aug 1. 8. 19. 1980
NOTrerorccnoH
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No. 80-10372 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The marriage of
ENRIQUE MARDINI
Petitioner
nd
CANDELARIA MARDINI
Respondent
TO CANDELARIA
MARDINI
CalleOl No 3962
Barranqullla
COLOMBIA
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that a Petition for
Dissolution of your Marriage
has been filed and commenced
in this Court and you are
required to serve a copy of
your written defenses. If any.
to It. on CARLOS M. MEN-
DEZ. Esq.. Attorney for
Petitioner, whose address is
2988 W 4th Avenue. HIA
LEAH. Florida. 38012. and file'
the original with the Clerk of'
the styled Court on or before I
August 33. 1980. otherwise a
default will be entered against
you for the relief prayed for In
the complaint or petition
This notice shall be
published once each week, for
four consecutive weeks in THE
JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
MIAMI
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said Court at Miami.
Florida, on this 14 day of July
1980
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By 8. A Barrier
As Deputy Clerk ___I
July UV37Aug 1. 8. 19801
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREB1
,a the undersigned,
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious name JET
TAX BERVICE at 2699 NW 94
Street. Miami. Florida. 33137
intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida
Reginald E Spence
09086 July 26. Aug 1. 8. 16. 1980
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious name
FOOD SPOT ASSOCIATES at
1401 Brlckall Avenue. Suite
608. Miami. Florida. 33131
Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida
Andrea s Trust I
Andrea's Trust n
Andrea's Trust ID
Andrea's Trust IV
Andrea s Trust V
Andrea's Trust VI
Stuarts Trust I
Stuart's Trust II
Stuart's Trust in
Stuart s Trust IV
Stuart's Trust V
Stuart's Trust VI
Mlndy's Trust I
Mlndy's Trust II
Mlndys Trust ID
Mlndy's Trust IV
Mlndy's Trust V
Mlndy's Trust VI
Larry's Trust I
Larry's Trust II
Larry's Trust III
Larry's Trust IV
Larry's Trust V
Larry's Trust VI
Packman. Neuwahl a
Rosenberg. Attorneys for
FOOD SPOT ASSOCIATES
09088 Aug. 1.8. 16.33. I960
NOTICE UNOER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
n ci II HEREBY
QIVEN lhat the undersigned
deslnng to engage in business
the fictitious name of
Lew Time at 36 NE 1st Street
Miami. Fla 33130. Intends to
register said name with the
clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida
Le Jalge Unlimited. Inc
09069 July 26. Aug 1.8. 16. 1980
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious name of
Icopartex" at 7803 NW 72nd
Ave Medley. Fla 88168. in-
tends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
IgnacloCorrea
09060 July 38. Aug 1. 8. 16. 19*0 I
AFFIDAVIT UNDER
FICTITIOUfNAME
STATUTE
STATE OF FLORIDA
ss:
COUNTY OF DADE
The undersigned, under
oath, says It Is the Intention of
the undersigned to engage in a
business enterprise pursuant
to Florida Statutes 866 09 The
fictitious names are ALL
AMERICAN CAREER AP-
PAREL. CHEFS IN
LIMITED. BLAZERS IN
LIMITED, which are wholly
owned by Priority Manufac
tuiing Inc a Florida cor-
poration, located at 6116 N
6th Avenue. Miami. Dade
County. Florida 33127
GERILEE SAXON. President
MICHAEL SAXON.
V P Secrectary
nwiai July 11. 18, 36
Aug 1 198
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious name TM
Gladness at 1303 Washington
Avenue, Miami Beach. Fla.
33138. Intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida
Yeflm Talalaevsky.
Sole Owner
Kwltney. Kroop A
Schelnberg. PA
Attorneys for -
TM Gladness
09037 July 18. 38.
Aug 1.8. 1980
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE 11 TM JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
FAMILY DIVISION
Case No. 80 1027 5
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
In re the marriage of
ALEX GEORGE KAMMKK
Husband
and
SUE ANN RIDDLE
Wife
TO SUE ANN RIDDLE
RESIDENCE I NKNOWN
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED 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
Husband. ALEX OEOROC
KAMMKK whose address Is
16831 NE BU) PI North Miami
Beach. Florida 33163. and file
the original with the Clerk of
the above styled Court on or
tx fore this 22nd day of August.
1WHU. or a IH-fault will be en-
tered against you
DATED this 11 day of July,
1980
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk of the Circuit Court
ByK Selfrled
Deputy Clerk
08131 July 18. 38.
August 1. 8, I960
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE n TH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DAOE COUNTY, FLORIDA
Cats No 80 43 5JFC
In re the marriage of
WENDY DARLENE
MOULDING.
Petitioner
and
STEVE MOULDING
Respondent
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO Steve Moulding
Residence unknown
YOU ARE NOTIFIED 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 Marvin Greber. Esq..
Petitioner, whose address la
1838 W S4th PI. Hlaleah. Fla..
on or before September 6. 1980.
and file the original with the
clerk of this court either before
service on Petitioner or Im-
mediately thereafter, other-
wise a default will be enured
against you for the relief
demanded In the complaint or
peUtlon
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of this Court on July 38.
1980
As Clerk of the Court
ByV Berkley
As Deputy Clerk
09076 Aug 1. 8. 16. 32. 1980
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No. 68-111 Js FC
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The marriage of
VIVIAN I GULLETTE
Petitioner Wife
and
SIMMIE LEE GILLETTE
Respondent Husband
TO Mr Slmmle Lee
Gullette
867 South 11th Street
Newark. NJ
Y(H' ARE HEREBY NOTI
PIED lhat an action for
Dissolution of Marriage has
been filed against you and you
are required to serve a ropy of
vour written defenses. If any
to It on STANLEY E GOOD
MAN. attorney for Petitioner,
whose address Is 909 E Eighth
Avenue Hlaleah. FL 33010.
and file the original with the
clerk of the above styled court
on or before Sept 3. 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 FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami.
Florida on this 28th day of
July 1980
It I CHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk Clfi ull Court
Dade County Florida
By A I) Wade
As Deputy Clerk
lit Court Baal I
Stanley E Goodman
Mill E BUI Avenue
Hiali
t IBS-I
llkornaj for Petitioner
09071 Aug 1. 8 19 33 ISBJ
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR
OADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 80 S47J
Division 01
IN RE ESTATE OF
MORRIS SCHKKIHMAN
1 kM eased
NOTICE or
ADMINISTRATION
The administration of the
estate of MORRIS SCHREIB-
MAN, deceased. File Number
806978. 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 names and ad
dresses of the personal rep
resentatlve and the personal
representative's attorney are
set forth below.
All Interested persons are
required to file with this court.
WITHIN THREE MONTHS
Or THE FIRST PUB-
LICATION Or THIS NOTICE
i l i all claims against the
estate and (3) any objection by
an Interested person to whom
notice was mailed that chal-
lenges the validity of the will,
the qualifications of the per-
sonal representative, venue, or
Jurisdiction of the court
ALL CLAIMS AND OBJEC-
TIONS NOT SO FILED WILL
BE FOREVER BARRED
Publication of this Notice
has begun ort August 1. 1980
Personal Representative
Gertrude Schreibmaji
1770 79th Street Causeway
North Bay Village,
Florida 33141
Attorney tor Personal
Representative.
LEO PLOTKIN. PA
9*3 SW 4th Street
Miami FL 33144
Telephone: It06> 381 0783
09072 Aug 1. 8. 1980
NOTICE UNOER
FICTITIOUS NAME I AW
nCE rtEB!
QIVEN thai the un.lcrslgnrd
. ,ige In business
: ihe fictitious name of
Tasty Shrimp at UTI NE iTSrd
Street. Apt B SIS. North
Miami Beach. Fla 33180 In
tends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida
General Restaurant
Services. Inc
09068 Aug 1. 8. 18. 22. 1960^
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE 11 TM JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
CaseNo.8ltIMFC
FAMILY DIVISION
IN RE The Marriage of
MARY DAMES
Petitioner Wife
and
MILTON DAMES
Res pan de nt Husband
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
YOU. MILTON DAMES.
Husband. Residence Unknown,
are hereby notified to serve a
copy of your Answer to the
Petition For Dissolution of'
Marriage filed against you.
upon Wife's attorney,;
GEORGE NICHOLAS. ES
QUIRE. 612 NW 13th Avenue.
Miami. Florida SUM. and file
original with the Clerk of the
Court on or before August 39.
1980. otherwise the Petition
will be confessed by you
DATED this 11 day of July
1880
Richard P Brinker. Clerk
By Clarlnda Brown
Deputy Clerk
08O41 July 18. 38.
Aug. 1, 8, II
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Actean No 1*11)04 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARIAGE
IN RE The Marriage of
It IS ALEJANDRO SOTO
Petitioner
and
MARIA DEL CARMEN
SOTO
Respondent
TO MARIA DEL
CARMEN SOTO
Andres Avellno
('ceres 124 A
LaPerta
Callao.
LIMA PERI
vol ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that a Petition for
Dissolution of your Marriage
has been filed and commenced
in this Court and you are
required to serve a copy of
vour written defenses. If any.
io It. on CARLOS M MEN
DEZ, Esq. Attorney for
Petitioner whose address Is
2983 W 4th Avenue
111 ALE AH Florida. 33012 and
file the original with the clerk
ol the styled Court on or before
Sap! 3. 1980. otherwise a
default will be entered against
you for the relief prayed for In
the complaint or petition
This notice shall be pub
llshed once each week, for four
consecutive weeks in THE
JEWISH KI.O RID IAN-
MIAMI
WITNESS
seal of said
my hand and the
(nun .it Miami
Honda, on this 28 day of July
IBM
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk ClrT
Daitr County Florida
Bj M J Hartnett
As Deputy Clerk
\i Mendel Eaq
A 4lh Avenue
httaleaf] Honda 33012
Attorney for Petitioner
0BO73___ Aug. 1,8,15.23 1980
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY FLORIDA
Cat* No 60-1 lOlt FC
FAMILY DIVISION
In re
(MANGE OF NAME OF
a minor child
By
Jl'LIA M ANDRADES
Petitioner
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO LEANDKEW BURKS
A CECIL ANDERSON
RESIDENCE UNKNOWN
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
an action for Change of Name
has been filed and you are
required to serve a copy of
your written defenses. If any.
to It on M GREBER. ESy
attorney for Petitioner. 633 NE
167 St N M B Fla 33183 on
or before Sept 8. 1980 and file
the original with the clerk of
this court, otherwise a default
will be entered against you
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of this Court on July 38.
I960
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk of the Court
By Clarlnda Brown
As Deputy Clerk
09074 Aug 1.6. 16.23, 1980
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned.
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious name La
Vlbora Fashions at 13376 8W 66
Street. Miami. FL 18178. In-
tends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida
Fablo Henao
09047 JuIy ig. ,,.
Aug 1. 6. 1980
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE 1ITH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN ANDFOR
DADE COUNTY FLA
FAMILY DIVISION
Case No 80 *B07 FC
NOTICE OF SUIT
ACTION FOR
DISSOLUTION OF
MARRIAGE
IN RE The marriage of
ISAAC JACK HITTON
Petitioner Husband
and
CHRISTIANNE BITTON
Respondent Wife
TO CHRISTIANNE BITTON
Manolr Dollar
4039 Bu de Sources
Apt 307
Dollars de Ormeaux
ru Canada
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 H LAWRENCE
A8HER. Attorney for
Petitioner, whose address Is
16311 NE 13th Avenue. North
Miami Beach. Florida 33183. I
and file the original with the
Clerk of the above styled Court
on or before August 6, 1BB0.
otherwise a Judgment may be
entered against you for relief
demanded in the PeUtlon
THIS NOTICE shall be
published once each week for
four (4i consecutive weeks In
'the Jewish Florldlan 130
Northeast Sixth Street Miami.
Florida
WITNESS MY HAND AND
SEAL OF SAID COURT AT
MIAMI FLORIDA on this 2nd
day of July I960
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk. Circuit Court
By Clarlnda Brown
As Deputy Clerk
H Law rence Asher
Attorney for Petitioner
16311 NE 12th Avenue
North Miami Beach
Florida 33183
Telephone 949 3667
09012 July 11.
Aug
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 t9M FC
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The marriage of
IOSEPH VIEIRA
Petitioner Husband
mil
BARBARA ELLEN
V IEIRA
Respondent Wife
TO BARBARA KIJ/.N
\ IEIRA
V.lilres* I nknown
Y"! ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED lhat an action for
i iulion of Marriage has
t>een Filed, against you and you
are require.I t. ier\e a ropy of
your written defenses if any
to it on rRANKLIN D
KREUTZER EM) attorney
for Petitioner whose address
Ml NW rth Street Miami.
Honda XT 123. and file the
original with the clerk of the
I .1 i ourt on or before
\ugust l.V 198o. otherwise a
I. fault will be entered against
tar the relief demanded in
unt or petition
shall be
|iub!irie(l one* each ween kM
e weeks in THE
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Aluuiirt fur Petitioner
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_______________Aug 1.6. 1980
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN ANDFOR
OADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
Cast No. 10 1141 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
In re the marriage of
MYRTHA E PIERRE
Petitioner
and
Mil 1.ER PIERRE
Respondent
NOTICE Or ACTION
TO MR MULLER PIERRE
RESIDENCE UNKNOWN
YOU ARE NOTDFIED trt
an action for dissolution of
marrlags has been filed
against you and you are
required to serve a copy of
your written defenses. If any.
to It on B H Brady. Attorney
for Petitioner, whose address
Is 801 NE 187 91 N II II Fla
33163. on or before August 22
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 com-
plaint or petition
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of this Court on July 11.
1980
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk of the Court
By Deborah O Haas
As Deputy Clerk
09043 July 18. 36.
Aug 1. 8. 1980
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Reagan and has
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Temple Beth El.
"Mr. Republican.''
jf it. Gottfurcht was
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iblican" was not
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their national con-
Kk'troit. and since
^B their unquestioned
Hispected that the top
go to one of three
_^put no, indeed.
Hf/i/v Detroit, a slick
Magazine selling for
V, devoted the cover of
Ed< to Max Fisher -
Hler It showed him
fctectacled, thinning
^Bid wearing a white
Hie and white handker
the breast pocket of his
Mit behtting the con-
Htyle ol the globally
banefm't B gas ami oil ill a typical
I in America' story that
Humor Leaguers, like
Ktis ot Detroit's plush
bit suburb, proudly
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reporter.
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spread entitled The Power
Broker," by Kirk Cheyfits, the
magazine reported in big type
beneath another head photo of
Fisher backgrounded by the
American flag: "Max Fisher was
a poor kid from Ohio. Now his
wealth is in nine figures. He
advises Presidents and Prime
Ministers, directs corporations,
raises millions for charities and
politicians. He's a member of the
permanent government."
The magazine describes "the
permanent government" as "that
elite band of wealthy men and
academics whose steady in-
fluence on national affairs
continues virtually undisturbed
by the temporary changes in
leadership occasioned by elec-
tions or shifts in political power.
In Fisher's case. Detroit's
mayors. Michigan's governors
and America's Presidents come
and go but Max Fisher remains a
On Aug. I. Henry Scott
Harris, former Councilman
and Viet Mayor, of North
Miami Beach and executive
director of Amterre
Management, Inc., will
assume his new position as
president-general manager of
the Better Business Bureau of
South Florida, Inc.
OUR
Readeps
WRite
EDITOR. The Jewish Flaridian
Your July 1H article about the
,itit i-Semit ic Oberammergau
I',i-moii Play indicates that the
people who present this play are
not going to change their ways
\s stated, the American Jewish
Committee has tried for three
decades
It seems to me that we need an
Israeli Jewish Committee with
guts. In Israel, a Jewish Passion
Play should be started to coincide
with this one. and perform the
ton ot the indifference of the
Vatican during the holocaust
Ma) be, with the use ot tire, there
ma) be I chance of putting out
this old tire of lies
A J. PLATNICK
North Miami Beach
BRANDT laldor, 79. North Miami
Baach.Jul) IB l>-vilt Welnstein Star
..I David
FISCHER, Arthur. Hal Harbour
Riverside
HANTUAN. Murray. Hollywood
HELLER, -Saul. 73. Miami Reach. July
n
II DD, Sally. North Miami Beach
LEHMAN Victor, North Miami Urarh
CITY MEMORIAL AND
MONUMENT. Inc.
7610 N E. 2nd titnut
Miami. Florida 33138
EVELYN or
BERNARD SARS.SOHN
OFFICE 759-1669
RES 271-4430
constant force in the affairs of the
city, the state, the nation and, to
some extent, the planet."
Detroit Renaissance Inc..
which led Detroit's big busi-
nesses to favor the vast changes
from the warehouses and slums
on Detroit's riverfront to the
magnificent complex known as
Renaissance Center, where the
convention took place, was
Fisher's idea in 1970. He
organized it and became its first
and thus far its only
chairman. Along with his friend
and partner. Al Taubman,
Detroit Renaissance was behind
Henry Ford's decision to build
the Center.
HOW IMPORTANT is Fisher
to the Republicans? Stephen
Bull, President Nixon's Appoint-
ments Secretary, used to watch
the power brokers come and go
through the Oval Office. "Of
course, I know Mr. Fisher." Bull
said. "And it's always Mister
Fisher. I think he is probably the
most prominent Republican in
the country."
Mel I.arsen. Michigan's
Republican Party chairman,
speaking of Fisher s role in the
past 18 years, said: "We've been
very fortunate to have him in-
volved in the Republican Party
because if you look at the most
prominent, influential individuals
across this country. Max Fisher
has to be right in the top."
Incidentally, and to some
incomprehensibly, titles on the
Detroit magazine's cover also
had a guideline to "Bishop Trifa:
Prelate or Persecutor?" He is
covered in eight pages in which
the "lonely, persistent effort" by
a now Kl-year-old New York
Jewish dentist. Charles Kremer.
is basically credited for the
federal case to strip U.S. citizen
ship from Trifa. who has been
accused as having been a key
k-ader of the viciously anti-
Semitic Rumanian Iron Guard
that massacred hundreds of Jews
in Rumania during World War
II Ironically, the magazine
prominently noted that Richard
Nixon, when Vice President.
invited Trifa to deliver the
opening prayer to the I S
Senate May II, 19
BODNER Minnie '* Hallandala sinai
Memorial Chapal
LEHNER Bertha I i Rlvei
ROSEN Rhoda C. 8] July 22 Lavltt
.\ i italn
SCHWARTZ, Samuel > Miami Beach
Rubin Lakeside
lUARNEY Martha H Ninth Ba)
Village July 38 Riverside Lakeside
i H \sk i >tto i. TO Hallandala lul)
28 Riverside
\i- i-i-: Mrs R North Miami
H.a. h Rubin Lakeside
KR KNZ i >r Jules SI Miami Bea< h
Jul) 28 Kiihm Lakeside
Funeral services for Joseph
Rosenkrantz, 67, an attorney who
had been a Miami resident since
1930. were held July 27 at the
Riverside Alton Road Chapel.
A native of Poland, he died
July 24 of a heart attack.
He was a graduate of the
University of Miami Law School
and a member of Temple Beth
Sholom and the North Shore
Optimist Club.
Surviving are his wife Minnie;
sons, Carl and Martin; daughter
Gloria; brother Paul and sister
Betty Rosenberg.
Interment was in Lakeside
Memorial Park.
Hyman Potash, 66, Temple Ex-Official
Funeral services were held July
25 at Gordon Funeral Home for
Hyman Potash. 66. chairman of
the board of the Colleges of the
Palm Beaches and former
president of Temple Zion. He
died July 23 at Baptist Hospital.
Mr. Potash came to Miami 26
SLUCHAK
Eva, 62. Plantation July 22 A local
resident lor 21 years, she was formerly
o( New York She was the mother of
Harold Slurhak and l)r Max Sluchak.
daughter of Mlna Krendel, sister of
Jacob Krendel. Mrs (Vila Malavsky.
Mrs I-.mi.sa Perez. Mrs Dora Sher and
Mrs Aida (ioldenberg. grandmother of
Liza. Debbie and Melanie Slurhak
Funeral services were held July 25 at
Menorah t'hapels. Sunrise
BLOOM
Dorothy, 7. Miami Beach, July 24 A
resident here tar IB years, she came
Imni Akron. Ohio She was a member
of Hadaaaah B nal H nth and
Slaterhood ol Belli El, Akron Surviving
are her husband David; daughters
Dolores Bouilch ol Akron. Eileen
Handelaman ol Miami and Fran Leve)
ot Miami; elghl grandchildren, Diane.
Steven anil Kenneth BotlUCk, Beth, .left
and Jodie Levey and Jason and
Abraham Handelsman; great
grandchild, Kate Botnlck sister Stella
Socal ul Miami sisters In law, Miriam
l.evine ot Akmn ami Tlllle Mloom of
Toronto Funeral ser\ ices *ere held
.ink 28 al Riverside chapel with In
term.-nt at Lakeside Memorial Park
KORNBLUM
Bernard A 88 North Ba) \ lllage died
Julj 24 A ;u yeai realdenl he .<-
former!) ot New York Surviving are
his wdfe Rotanne daughters Liza spam
ami Sandy C Komblum; slaters Klva
Uellei an.i Belt) Rapapoii Funeral
el \ u es were h.'l.l July 27 at the l'.i\ er
Ida uh entombment In Nem York
SHER
Marj y iium In Loulavllle k> she
had been a resident ol the community
since IV3S She was the Widow of Miami
philanthropist and founder ol Mt Sinai
Hospital. Jacob Sher. She was a
membel of Temple Israel anil a lonR
time volunteer al Mt Slnal Surviving
are her slater Martha Byrne of Miami
nephews Bob and Mike Byrne ol
Miami and niece Barbara Byrne
Snydei ol Washington. D(' Funeral
services were held Jul) IS al Riverside
chapel followed by entombment In Mt
Nelio > 'emetel >
U.I'KRT Morn- M North Miami
Beach. July 36 Riverside Lakeside
BARBER, Nettie s.-, Mi.,rm Beach
lull ;? Riverside Lakeside
BENDER, Ida, North Miami Beach
July 27 Riverside Lake
K VLB Hyman H -it Delra) Beau h
Jul) 26 Gordon Lakeside
KLEIN lean SB Miami. Jul)
Riverside Mt Sinai
years ago from New York City.
He was an accountant and was a
member of the Masons.
Survivors include his wife.
Her nice: daughters. Janet and
Carol Anne Hecker; brother.
Jack; and two grandchildren.
I.i i\ ITT. Samuel v. Miami Heard
July 27 Rl\ el side
MERLES, Florence iStella), .'! North
Miami Beach Jul) 27 Levltt-Weln
Stein Lakeside
BADOW8IO Eathei BO Plantation.
July .'7 Slnal Memorial Chapel star
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STARR Mrs Hose so Miami July 26
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HKNNKTT Isaai 88 North Miami
Beai ii lul) 28 Riverside
KISKNHKRU Henr) 77 Hollywoood
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BELL lames Scott, 26 Miami Iteach.
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BOXER, David, 76, Hollywood lul) X
Rlveralde Sharon I iardena
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STARR Benjamin 77 North Miami
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