The Jewish Floridian

MISSING IMAGE

Material Information

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

Subjects

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

Notes

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 35317254
lccn - sn 96027667
ocm35317254
System ID:
AA00010090:02730

Related Items

Related Items:
Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of South Broward
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of North Broward
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1982)
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1985)
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Pinellas County
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of South County
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Tampa
Preceded by:
Jewish unity
Preceded by:
Jewish weekly
Succeeded by:
Jewish Floridian/the Floridian newspaper


This item is only available as the following downloads:


Full Text
^ ^ w ^ ^L ^ i A A L^l I L "m I ft T^^b^^hl A ^^- m L I
efewislhi Flariclian.
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
. Numb* 83 THREE SECTIONS
Miami. Florida Friday, May 29. 1981
frta shoctitt By Mail 80 Cants Price 50 Cents
Jews Warned
I 'Weigh'Your
Opposition
To AWACS
toldier plants memorial flou-er for Israeli slain in Reunification War
lerusalem Day
Recalling the Unification Of
Israel's Ancient City of /Jon
RyARYEHLOUV
pUSALEM It may be
I lhat Jerusalem is a mosaic of
We of different races and reli-
cs, but seen through the eyes
social geographer, the Old
quarter of a century that brought
ft close to being wiped out alto-
gether. Its origins go back to the
period after the fall of the Second
Temple in the year 70 of the
Common Era, when only the
ONE
JERUSALEM
b would presumably look like
TitchwDrk consisting of only
Marge patches. These are the
?"lem. Christian, Armenian
Jewish Quarters, each of
Mi ha- for centuries occupied
Inly one fourth of the walled
and thus illustrated the
ral meaning of the word,
uart.i as well.
Mike the other three, the
'lsh Quart* has'undergone a
* "' upheavals in the past
Western Wall. Hotel, of the sanc-
tuary was left. Jews started
building their houses on the slope
opposite the Wall in order to be
close to this, their holiest shrine.
THE JEWISH community
grew or diminished in accordance
with historical circumstances.
During certain periods, it con-
sisted of only a handful of
families, and at other times it
flourished and spread far beyond
the confines of the quarter The
peak was reached towards the
end of the 19th century, when the
population numbered about
15.000. more than half the total
population of the entire Old City.
During this time most of the
public buildings and synagogues
were erected.
The very fact of a minor popu-
lation explosion, however,
combined with the revolutionary
development of new quarters
being built outside the city walls,
caused Jews to start leaving the
Jewish Quarter. During the
turbulent last years of the British
mandate the population dwindled
to 18.000.
In Israel's Independence War,
1948-49. the Old City was cap-
tured by the Jordanian army, and
the male inhabitants of the
Jewish Quarter were taken
prisoner, while women and chil-
dren had to leave their homes and
move to the Israeli sector of the
city. The bleakest period on the
Continued on Page 6-A
Timerman Hears Testimony
By DAVID FRIEDMAN
WASHINGTON -
(JTA) A high Pentagon
official is warning Ameri-
can Jews to "weigh" their
opposition to the sale of
sophisticated weapons to
Saudi Arabia against the
broader interest of Ameri-
can support for a strong
Israel.
Speaking at a luncheon session
on the opening day of the two-
day 22nd annual policy confer-
ence of the American Israel Pub-
lic Affairs Committee (AIPAC),
Fred Ickle, Undersecretary of
Defense for Policy, said that the
proposed sale of AWACS re-
connaissance planes and en-
hancement equipment for F-15
""-': .!. .' : :
Cairo Meeting
fighter planes to the Saudis was
part and parcel of the policy to
increase stability in the Middle
Fast."
BUT WHEN he completed his
speech. Bernice Tannenbaum, an
AIPAC official and a former
Hadassah president, said the
members of AIPAC felt that the
entire Saudi package does not
enhance stability in the Middle
East."
At one point in his talk, Ickle,
who is also a member of Inter-
bureaucratic AWACS Task
Force, implied that at various
times only parts of the arms sales
package were objected to and
that members of AIPIC, in par-
ticular, only opposed the
AWACS. But members of his au-
dience immediately shouted.
Continued on Page 3-A

Hope Expressed For
Multi-Notional Force
By DAVID LANDAU
JERUSALEM -
(JTA) Foreign Minister
Yitzhak Shamir believes an
agreement is possible in
Cairo between the United
States, Israel and Egypt on
the multinational force to
police Sinai after Israel's
withdrawal is completed
next April. Shamir said the
parties "will try perhaps to
reach a draft agreement
and this would then be fol-
lowed by a signing cere-
mony apparently in Wash-
ington. We don't know
when."
Shamir spoke to reporters after
meeting with Michael Sterner.
U.S. Deputy Assistant Secretary
of State for Near East and South
Asia, who is orchestrating the
complex negotiations on the
multinational force.
Continued on Page 7- A
Opposition Mounting to LeFever at Human Rights Helm
WASHINGTON (JTA) The ordeal
[' Jacobo Timerman was an eloquent if silent
fitness this week at the Senate Foreign
Nations Committee's hearings on President
eagan's controversial nomination of Ernest
eFever to be Assistant Secretary of State for
luman Rights and Humanitarian Affairs.
^'merman, former editor and publisher of the Argen-
^ daily, La Opinion, was imprisoned for 30 months
without charges by the military authorities who govern
Argentina. By his own account, he was subjected to
harsher treatment than thousands of other political
prisoners in Argentina because he is Jewish.
LE FEVER, an arch-conservative, is a vociferous
critic of the stress placed on human rights by the Carter
Administration in its dealings with authoritarian
regimes friendly to the United States. He said he sub-
scribes to the view that "quiet diplomacy" is more
effective than public criticism in ameliorating human
rights violations, except in the case of the Soviets and
other Marxist governments.
Timerman, who now lives in Israel, was a spectator
at the hearings where strong opposition to LeFever's
nomination has developed. He declined to testify. But
his recently published book, "Prisoner Without a
Name, Cell Without a Number," was cited by several
foes of LeFever. The nominee was asked by Sen. Clai-
borne Pell (D.. R.I.) if he had read it. LeFever replied he
Continued on Page 7-A


Page2A
+Je*i*t> Fk+kH&r
Families expect
from
Riverside.
More service.
A new era in the 1,000-year relationship of Poland and the Jewish community begins as
Rabbi Alexander M. Schindler (left), president of the Union of American Hebrew Congre-
gations, signs an agreement with Prof Henryk Samsonowicz, rector of the University of
Warsaw, that will make available to American scholars long-lost documents and artifacts
illuminating ten centuries of Jewish life in Poland.
Headlines
Stone is JWVs New Executive Director
Harris B Stone has been selected as the new
executive director of the Jewish War Veterans of
1 S A National Commander Irvin Steinberg
announces.
Recently retired as director of the Research and
Development Plans Division. Office of the Chief
of Naval Operations. Stone was awarded the U.S. j
Navy's highest civilian honor the Dis-
tinguished Civilian Service Award in 1978.
He was cited by the Secretary of the Navy for,
"exceptionally meritorious achievements and
leadership in developing a successful method for
planning the Navy Research and Development
Program and for superior performance through-
out the years in the highest tradition of the
I'nited States Navy."
Saab U-vinson. chairman of the Board of Di-
rectors, Am pal American Israel Corporation, an-
nounces the election of Michael Jaffee as
preaidaat
.laft.' has been a senior vice president of Ampal
since \ugust. 1980 He is a member of the Young
leadership Cabinet of the United Jewish Appeal
and a former memlier of the steering committee of
the United Jewish Appeal-Federation Joint Cam-
paign of Greater New York He is currently presi
dent of Temple Shaaray Tfila in Manhattan and a
graduate of Brooklyn College and the Harvard
Law School.
Jaffe succeeds Ralph Cohen, who will be
returning to Israel as a vice chairman of the
Board of Directors of Ampal.
The Wolf Foundation, established by the late
1 Dr. Ricardo Subirana y Lobo Wolf, former Am
bassador for Cuba in Israel, is this year awarding
-Ml scholarships to undergraduate students at
Bar-1 Ian University. In addition, special tuition
and support scholarships are being awarded to
threat gridlitl students studying for Master's
degree one each in physics, chemistry and
mat. hermit us
The Wolf Foundation has allocated 125
scholarships to undergraduate students at Bar
I Ian sinn 1976. covering tuition fees This is the
tirst \.ar that scholarships are also lieing
I awarded to graduate students at the universin
^^^9mmmwmm^mmmmm^m^mmmmmmamm^mmmmmmmmm^mmmmmm^ammmW^m^^mm^amm^^mmm
3 Sen Daniel P Moynihan (D.. N.Y.I and former
- vice President Walter F. Mondale were to be a-
mong the principal speakers at the 68th annual.
National Commission meeting of the Ann-
Defamation League of B'nai B'rith Thursday,
May 2H, through Monday. June 1.
? Mondale will make an address at ceremonies
dedicating ADL's headquarters building in New
5 York, as the Matthew B. Roeenhaus Center for
; Peace and Human Rights. The dedication will
mark the opening of the meeting of ADL's policy-
making body.
Sanford L. Bat km, president of the Friends of
the David Yellin Teachers College, announces
that Ruth and Leon Gildesgame of Mt. Kisco.
NY will be honored by the Friends at their
inaugural dinner June 14 at the Grand Hyatt
Hotel in New York.
General chairman of the dinner is Rabbi
Alexander M. Schindler. and co-chairmen are
Nathan S Ancell. Sanford L Batkin. Henry M
Burger. Col J R Klyachar. Irving R. Raber.
Romie Shapiro and Klias Strum. Samuel Wigder
is chairman of the Committee of Sponsors.
Batkin said that "This is the first time that any
function has been held in the United States on be-
half of the college in Jerusalem. Israels oldest
mst it ulion of higher education for the training of
teachers
Two more Kiev refuseniks have been arrested
Stanisluv Zubko was recently searched and
detained Soviet authorities claim that he had
drugs and a weapon in his possession He is being
charged with having a weapon without per
mission." under Section 222 of the Ukrainian
Criminal Code.
The 43 year-old refusenik had spent 15 days in
prison last February on alleged charges of 'con-
temptible behavior and using bad language in a
public place, and smoking where smoking is
prohibited ."
Twenty-four-year old Mikhail Salman was also
arrested on charges of "parasitism." He was
given permission to emigrate a year and a half
ago. but did not want to leave without his
parents
Zubko and Salman join two other victims
pr. sent ly t,eing held in a Kiev prison Kim Frid
man. also accused of "parasitism." will go on trial
on June 9 And no judge has yet been appointed
iv.r .. trial date set for Vladimir Kislik. who awaits
trial on trumped-up charges of "malicious
hooliganism. "
Riverside now has seven chape's to serve tr*
Jewish communities of Dade. Brovvard and Paim Beach
counties. But. more convenience is only one of -he reason
why since 1935. Riverside has beer, -he standard by *n.t
people compare funeral service.
At Riverside, families are served bv arsw
Jewish staff of any funeral director n Florida They are
people with a genuine understanding of farm ^s needs
regardless of financial circumstances
At Riverside, famil.es find total de: :at>on
to Jewish tradition. And economical nelp in arr ngmg
service between Florida and New York, or anywhere ise
n the world
pa ?s expect more from Riverside
We're trying to up to that trust
Four locations serving Dade County
MIAMI BEACH 1920 Alton Road at 19th 51
NOHMANDV ISLl 1250 Norman 1,
MIAMI Douglas Road at S W :7th street
NORTH MIAMI BEACH 16480 NE 19th Ave"
Call 531-1151
Other chapels >n Hollywood.North BrowaM and west Pslm Beac"
five chapel v serving the New York Met r :
RIVERSIDE
I Memorial Oapal. Inc / funeral Oi'ecto'J
For generations a symbol of Jewish tradition
Sponsoring the Guardian Plan Pre-arranged Funeral
During the outbreak of Katyusha rocket at
lacks into Israel from Ihanon. the Magen David
Adorn Fmergancj Medical Station in Kiryat
Shmona on the Lebanese border was singled out
Dy the local civil defense commander for special
praise *^
The apaad and etfic-iency with which the MDA
Kiryal Shmona team of ambulances and medics
m nt into action, and the bravery of the MDA
inrsonnel ui responding to emergency calls were
cited >y the commander as above and beyond
the call of duty."
The MDA Kiryat Shmona Emergency Medical
Station has been reinforced with specially trained I
teams rushed from other areas of Israel to assure
full preparedness for rockets, shells and terrorist
incursions across the border.
b.? o^ ^*mU Rabbi of Paris, has met with the Washington rep
reaentative of the Young Israel .novemem to
explore means of transferring Young Israel's
successful programs and techniques to the French
Jewish community.
Alfred Golden. Executive Vice President
Arthur Grossoerg. Vice PresidenfLeo Mack. Vice President
Kenneth M Kay. Vice President'
Cart Grossbsrg
STATE OF
ISRAEL BONDS
BOUGHT AND SOLD
Invest in
Israel Securities
Wl Kr SPECIALISTS l\
ISRAEL SECURITIES

IRANSACTIONS DAILY VIA TEUX
TOISRAfl STCX kf\< HANCI
Leumi
A SuDi.ti.*-. .< Saf !." ""' B "
l8East48f
NW "- N '00'
Securities ,212- ^9 ^10
Corporation t0if
Of
(800 221-481
OFFICE SUPPUES & EQUIPMENT
DIVISION OF SCHREIBER INDUSTRIES
SfX SCHffEIBER. PRCSIDCNT AND CHAIRMAN Of THE BOAW
YOl IP COMPLETE OFFICE SUPPLIER SINCE19
463P9680 757-8515
DOWNTOWN UPTOWN MIA.BCH C,"5efldl
1MMf utSt 22tWIS9thSt IWMWasti Awe *"Iejb*l.'
Miami each. Ra coraio*""
M $ ?!


' May 29.1981
______+Jeni*t>ncr*M*r}
Page 3 A
Publishers Elect
Bloom as President
10USTON. Tex. (JTA) -
i American Jewish Press
sociation (AJPA1. which held
39th annual meeting here.
[nil Albert Bloom, editor of
f Pittsburgh Jewish Chronicle.
[its president for the coming
L- He succeeded Frank
Cndohl who left his post as
Lir of the Jewish Exponent of
fcUl.lphia May 19 to join the
kionjl Jewish Welfare Board
k Hi in the newly-created
Luiim' ataff position as direc-
I communications.
serving with Bloom as vice
sidents will lw Larry Mankin.
h< Wisconsin Jewish t'hron-
Philip Schru-r. Seattle Jew
I'ransiript; and Miriam
i!!.< ru*. publisher of the Inter-
n Jewish News in
lover
Dther officers are Morris
i 'maha Jewish Press,
(surer: Vida (ioldgar.
uihirn Israelite of Atlanta, re-
Irtlinv: secretary; Judity
inelis, of the United Jewish
^lal Record in New York City.
responding secretary.
IRESOLLTIONS adopted
called upon the Reagan Adminis-
tration to withdraw the proposed
sale of AWACS and sophisti-
cated weaponry to Saudi Arabia
for its F-15s. condemned Syria's
action in Lebanon, praised the
State Department's expulsion of
Libyan representatives, and ex-
pressed outrage over the at-
tempted assassination of Presi-
dent Reagan and Pope Paul II.
In recognition of the late
columnist and journalist. Ber-
nard Postal, the AJPA es-
tablished the Barnard Postal
Memorial Lecture to be an annual
vent. Additionally, an award
will be presented annually to a
member publication or individual
for journalistic integrity in honor
of the AJPVs respected
OoUeaglM Joseph Polakoff who
retired last month as the Jewish
Telegraphic Agency s Washing-
ton bureau chut
The VJI'A Gold* Meir Award
WWM presented to Philip Slomo-
VlU, publisher and editor of the
Jewish News of Detroit, who was
unable to attend the meeting.
The presentation to him was
made through a telephone call to
Detroit.
eigh' AWACS Opposition,
pentagon Spokesman Warns
Continued from Page I A
Kt>. no, the whole package.''
1 li-kle urged the audience to
thhold judgment until the
(pagan Administration com-
etes the proposal for the sale of
AWACS and the F 15 en
Inn-mi in equipment, a position
at the Administration has also
urging on Congress. He said
the details are announced.
members of the AIPAC
ght still oppose the sale but he
Doused. "You'll have plenty of
! to make your views hea/d.
|ICKLE SAID that the U.S.
tin concern in the Middle East
the Soviet threat there and
attempt by the USSR to
fve the U.S. from the region. In
tin ion he stressed that Saudi
bhia need* the military equip-
pnt to protect its oil fields from
threats that could come from
Iraq. Iran. South Yemen or other
nearby areas.
But Ickle declared that the
Reagan Administration was
pledged to maintain Israel's
qualitative military edge in the
region and to improve Israel's
economy. He said President Rea-
gan considered Israel a strategic
asset and that the Ad-
ministration wanted Israel to
continue the effort for peace
started by the Camp David
agreements.
But he stressed it would not be
a peace "dictated" by the United
States, "certainly not by the
Soviet Union" and "above all.
"not a peace treaty on terms
dictated by terrorist or-
ganizations and in particular the
Palestine Liberation Or-
ganization."
Votr Is The Time To Invest
In .1 Maintenance Tree
Manufactured Home
0iPif.l> iv THE host WftMaWI
CONCEPT OF SI HI mBAMUSIBEXTIAL
"om im hoi six. EXCELLENTLmCATMMH
"IVSI1WI.1 Nf. tot to no\E l>"
**0I KIW VSWOOD HO.. T. LAI OtHDM.t
Autonomy Offer
Eban Wants Arab Dialogue
By GIL SEDAN
AND HUGH ORGEL
JERUSALEM (JTA) -
Former Foreign Minister Abba
Eban offered the Palestinian
people a dialogue and urged full
autonomy for them on the West
Bank and Gaza Strip but firmly
rejected any Israeli negotiations
with the Palestine Liberation
Organization.
Our stand is clear: No to the
PLO. yes to the moderate Pales-
tinians." Eban told a group of
political reporters here Sunday to
whom he spelled out the differ-
ences between Labor Alignment
policies and those of the Likud-
led government.
F.ban. who many expect will be
named Foreign Minister should
Labor win the June 30 Knesset
(Unions, agreed on at least one
point with Likud hawk Moshe
\rens. chairman of the Knesset's
Foreign Affairs and Security
Committee.
ARENS SAID Sunday that
the outcome of the Palestine
National Council conference in
Damascus and the resolutions it
adopted proved the futility of the
Kuropean view that the Palestine
Liberation Organization was
moderating its position.
Eban said that the sharply
worded anti-Israel resolutions in
Damascus proved that Israel was
correct in objecting to the Euro-
pean Economic Community's
(EEC) Middle East initiative
which calls for PLO associa-
tion" in the peace process.
He asserted that "Europe has
not shown any rigor in its
dialogue with the Palestinians.
Instead of according recognition
to the PLO on the basis of the
PLO's extremist policies, at-
titudes and tactics, the European
community should have refused
any such recognition. It should
have argued that its refusal was
based upon the unacceptable
ideology and terrorist policy of
the PLO Therefore. Europe has
undermined its own bargaining
power if it ever wants to bring
about a change in the Palestinian
community."
FOREIGN Ministry circles
said last week that they had been
told by certain European
countries which they declined to
name that the outcome of the Da-
mascus conference would
'surprise Israel" by its modera-
tion. Arens said that the anti-
Israel resolutions that emerged
from the Damascus gathering
should surprise no one.
He suggested that the Damas-
cus conference might have
provided "a lesson for some of
the European community, or for
the British who have seemed to
be living under the delusion or
illusion that the PLO could
moderate its position, that it was
only a matter of being nice to
them ..."
Eban told reporters that the
gap between Labor and Likud
was wider than that between any'
opposition and coalition
anywhere in the Western world.
"The choice is between a line
which makes Israel breathe into
her lungs a million and a quarter
Arabs, despite their will, and the
line which refrains from returning
to the pre-1967 borders but
without imposing Israel's per ma -
net rule." He called for speedy re-
sumption of the autonomy talks
with Egypt, with the aim of
granting the Palestinians full
autonomy.
BEYOND that. Eban said, the
principle of territorial com-
promise should be added as
another option on top of the
Camp David agreements. He
rejected criticism of Labor's
proposed "Jordanian option" on
grounds that Jordan has shown
no sign of wanting to negotiate
with Israel. "One cannot expect
an Israeli political party to tailor
its political platform according to
the wishes of an Arab country,"
Eban said.
He added, however, that the
Palestinian problem cannot be
solved without taking into con-
sideration the position of factors
east of the Jordan River, just as
one cannot reach a peace
arrangements with Jordan
without solving the Palestinian
problem. Eban observed that a
position of territorial compromise
would be more readily accepted
by world public opinion than the
policies of the present govern-
ment.
Sharansky's
Wife Appeals
NEW YORK Avital
Sharansky, the wife of Prisoner
of Conscience Anatoly
Sharansky, issued an "appeal to
the American government" to
save her husbands life. At a
meeting at the World Jewish
Congress with Sen. Alfonse
D'Amato (R.. N.Y.). she reported
that her husband has spent four
months in solitary confinement:
that his weight is down to 105
pounds, and he is losing his
memory.
In response to Mrs. Sharan-
sky's plea. D'Amato said that the
life of Sharansky "will be the
number one concern of my of-
fice."
L III 1 J
i'lJI lmi~VWH 'li
< *i.i. M/-as#
flodeU On Display
The Jefferson National
"Good Neighbor Policy"

t. Help the Community we serve.
A. Provide meeting rooms.
B. Be active in Civic and Charitable organizations.
C. Provide leadership for neighborhood and
community improvements and projects.
2. Provide convenient. Full Service Banking in our "We
Care" tradition.
n JEFFERSON
. NATIONAL BANKS
* Serving all of Dade County
MIAMI 1EACH with Trust Department. 301 Arthur Godfrey Road. 300 Arthur
Godlrey Road and 975 Arthur Godlrey Road 532-6451 NOBMANDT ISLE
948 Normandy Drive 532-6451 KIT BISCATNE 600 Crandon Boulevard
361 6451 SOOTH DADE 9600 North Kendall Drive and 10590 North Kendall
Drive 274-8382 NOBTH DADE 290 Sunny Isles Boulevard and 18170 Collins
Avenue 949-2121
SulicUar>4 ol .Xterson Bancorp. !nc Mtratars FDIC
-^


l"ugv*-A
+Je*isti flarkHan
Jerusalem's Future:
The Time is Now
There is more to the glory of the reunification of
Jerusalem in the Sixth-Day War of 1967 as a fact of
history. There is the statement by then-Defense
Minister Moshe Dayan that Israel had come home to
its ancient capital. And would never leave.
Those were the days when the world regarded
the Davidic victory as a breathtaking and noble
achievement. Those were the days prior to the 1973
Arab oil crunch.
In 1981, on occasion of the Nth anniversary of
the reunification of Jerusalem, the status of the city
is under international dispute, and Israel's erstwhile
admirers the European nations, the United States
are no longer either admirers or necessarily
friends. There is open talk about internationaliza-
tion, about giving Jerusalem a Free City status,
about modeling its future according to the status of
the Vatican in Rome.
But Israel's future must be Israel's present. Is-
rael recalls the ancient pledge: "If I foget thee, O
Jerusalem ." Israel is not prepared to forget.
In a world that has a growing capacity to rewrite
history. Israel and the Jewish people must stand
firm on Jerusalem. Not even the recent move legally
to establish Jerusalem as Israel's capital city, which
Israel should have made back in June, 1967, and
which in 1980 enraged the Arab petropowers and
their clients, will move Israel and the Jewish people
to withdraw from this symbolic commitment to Zion.
Prime Minister Menachem Begin said sometime
ago that Jerusalem is neither negotiable nor a sub-
ject for any further debate. Jerusalem is de facto and
de iure and ever shall be the light of the Jewish peo-
ple wherever they live. From Jerusalem shall come
forth Torah. That is the ancient seer's vision of the
future.
The future is now.
WMMM
Britain's Perverted Role
A newly-declassified British document shows
that Great Britain "restrained" Jordan from reach-
ing an agreement with Israel in the year after the
Jewish State was established in 1948.
The Minister of Amman, Sir A. Kirkbaide, is
quoted as having told then-Foreign Secretary Ernest
Bevin that "King Abdullah was personally anxious
to come to an agreement with Israel ... it was our
restraining influence which has so far prevented him
from doing so."
Behind the dirty dealing was Britain's fear of
losing its power and prestige in the Middle East
fear that 'the Israelis might drag the Arab states
into a neutral bloc and might even attempt to turn us
out of Egypt."
The horror of this document, which when it was
written showed unutterable contempt for the pros-
pect of peace and prosperity between Israel and the
Arabs, reminds us now of Britain's Lord Carrington.
Carrington is an avowed disciple of doing
business with the Palestine LibertaionOrganization,
which he hopes to pursue actively with The Nine
when, in his six-month tenure as president of the
European Economic Community, it meets again
shortly to do a replay of its 1980 Venice Declaration
on this very same subject the PLO and "peace" in
the Middle East.
Lord Carrington sees nothing wrong with the
PLO. In his book, they are not terrorists. We
suggest that Carrington instead turn his sights on
Belfast, Ireland, and take up the proposition that the
Irish Republican Army is not terrorist either. In
Belfast, Britain sings another tune. Why not do
business with the IRA, if Israel is expected to do
business with the PLO? After all, what's sauce for
the goose ought to be sauce for the gander.
Jewish Floridian
tlKKUli and 1'l.ANT -110NE IDi St.. Miami rTa 132 Phone mane
P O Box OlJTO. Miami. Florida U101
KKKII K SHOCHET LEO MINDUN SUZANNE SHOCHET
I .iliiiii .mil I'ublisfirr A asoc late Editor Executive Editor
Tfct Jewish FlorKfcan Doe. Nat Guaranty The K athrutr.
CM The Merchenoite Advertised la in tilutnni
Published Every Friday alnce 1ST7 by The Jewlah Floridian
Second Class Hostage Paid at Miami. Fla USPS 77MJ0
jstaksstM
The Jtlk Flar^.an ktt eatoraed Ma Jewish Unity and Mm Jt.nn Weekly
Member of Tin Jew.tn Tafcraraatoc Aaenty Seven Arts Feature Syndicate
WarWwide Maw* Service National Editorial Assaciatiee). American Association ol
Ennlitn- Jewish Ntwipapirt. and the Florida Prats Atteoatien
9UMCMIFTION RATES (Local Area) One Year Sit 00. Tan Veers S34 00 Three Years
SA* 00 *ie*irOeveae> month HJieeoeei S3 SO. out ol town, country, upon request
t
Aerial view of historic Jaffa Gate entrance to Old Jerusalem
*.?***>
Mini-Powers With Maxi-Force
Friday. May 29. 1961
Volume 54
25IYAR
Number 22
ALL OVER again, it's the old
story about the chicken and the
egg. One will never know which
came first whether it was the
wretched outcome of the Yom
Kippur War that catapulted the
Arabs into a superior Middle
Eastern position. Or whether,
war .or not. they were already on
their way toward achieving a uni-
fied petrodiplomacy designed to
bring the industrialized nations
into a slavish dependency upon
their oil. And hence, to a ready
willingness to see Israel go down
the tubes.
In any case, it was Roger
Tamraz. the Lebanese graduate
of Harvard Business School and
a tour of duty in the U .S. with the
Merrill Lynch stockbrokers firm,
who called the shots immediately
after the Yom Kippur War.
TAMRAZ ARGUED that the
Arabs have all the money in the
world, that the expertise of the
Jewish public relations experts
on Madison Ave. were about to
be bought with some of it. and
that before long the Israeli super-
man image would fade and give
nse to a new global Arab supre-
macy instead.
Whether or not the Tamnu
plan of operation in fact bore fruit
is beside the point because the
end he foresaw. Arab supremacy,
has turned out precisely as he
predicted it. The development
was virtually contiguous with the
brilliant victory that the Israelis
finally scored in the 1973 war
against Egypt, and the hu
miliating peace agreement they
were forced to sign in order to
help save Egyptian face a
strange role for the victor.
It waa this agreement that
paved the way for the revisionists
of history, paradoxically Anwar
Sadat among them, to recast the
war as a brilliant Arab victory
and as the initial giant step
toward castrating the erstwhile
Israeli superman Paradoxical
because, among all the Arabs, it
ia Sadat alone who later entered
into what ia supposed to be a per-
manent peace agreement baaed
on the Camp David accords.
ALL OP these considerations
are paramount to an understand-
ing of the Israeli-Syrian dilemma
today. In the Yom Kippur War, it
waa not the Israeli high com-
mand but the U.S. State Depart-
ment that instructed Israel when
it should call a halt to its military
operations in the field. (That was
what the face-saving gesture was
all about. I
In the current struggle be-
tween Syria and Israel, once
again it is American foreign
policy that has overridden Is-
reel's national decision-making
processess this time to dictate
whether or not the Israelis should
opt for war at all and. if yes. just
when
The question of just when is
central to Israel s military cam-
paigns in the past, all of which.
with the exception of the 197:1
war wher. Kgypt took the initia
live, have relied on the element of
therapeutic surprise
The Hatuli shuttle these past
few weeks has not only destroyed
this element, to say the least, it
has given Syria every op
port unity to make advance
preparation for war. particularly
in concert w ith the Soviet Union
WHAT THIS says about Is
rael is that it has been down
graded as a nation. From the
1948 War of Independence to the
Yom Kippur War in 1973. the Is-
raelis achieved a legendary record
of military successes and a con-
comitant chorus of western
world praise, part of it rooted in a
sense of guilt about the Holo-
caust, part of it encouraged by
the universal desire to see the
underdog survive and prevail.
There ia little doubt that the
Realpolnik governing the
voracious western appetite for oil
has contributed heavily to this
downgrading process But Prime
Minister Begins moat recent
military posturings his
repeated threats to move when it
ia clear that without a Reagan
Administration okay he can not
move have also contributed to
it.
While, in the past, the Arabs
have been the Middle Fast's
traditional mice that roared. Is-
rael waa never among them.
Today, by virtue of these Begin
posturings. his country joins the
Arab brood in muscle-flexing
contests designed purely for pub-
be demonstration.
DOES THIS mean that Israel
is little more than an Amen
satellite toda>. a sop to the I*
caust limited to whatever*
western interests in the Ms
Fast?
At this point, the snsww:
most likely no, the <
consideration being the
gence of a phenomenal mikta
technology that was unheard t
even as lute as the 1973 war-I
military technology that v"
clearly at the root of the Hi
shuttle to wan: off a war thee.
sequences ol v. huh are difficult t
foretell
The new technology not
suggests difficulty m limit
the extent of proliferation
which .i given military opu
may give i the a> -,
which it proliferates. bnnginiat|
battlefield to urban popuiauoal
centers ..- -ibiiity "!
the past, thi it) '
kind ol *J-
only to ;< superpower*
their \.i- armadi < bomb"
and Bghti and ICBaVI
TODA. devafi*
power an ..itunzatwoi
the new tecl a oPJJJJj
such operatioi "m*L*f
scaled arm. -ganuiUJl
and emprw. n*J*
greater CSUtl ver f*
prior to a n mmitBjjM
to war That is why. foreumpej
terrorist organttatiOM are *f
frightening Just a fc men ca
accomplish what it ."** g|
armies to accomplish in tnep*l
and they fevl no need to eWJ
caution under anN circumstances
In contrast, the superpoa*
themselves, feel the rt
constraints set upon their *
itary options that they "
n^Jr feE before And since I
sive destructive capabiW)
longer their exclusive prov"
naUons the small oH*
must be particularly csretui
bend to these constraint* '
downgrading of lira*" rg
might, whether real or the *~\
ofThe^blicreUuonsUjk^
the Roger TamrazesofUi'
world. to not wmKhmg
overly concerned "^"b*
everyone's military mht Da-
downgraded.
WHAT IS morejrom ^1
timisticpomtofvie*.^^
nofogy. which be*nJ g-^-,
the new g"1*"1"^ .it. *\
we^wnry. to ^^
Israel's growing nju >,
perttoe. In jtself. ^j
perhaps makes Israel ^
Continued on Pag* -A


.May 29.1981
-Jewistincrktorj
Page 5- A
Bonn Report
How Effective is Germany's Answer to Neo-Nazism?
By FRANK REISS
The Federal Republic
Jermany, like the rest of
btern Europe, is con-
bted by increasingly
ent neo-Nazism and
right-wing ex-
ism. How prepared is
) answer the challenge?
L justice system in Ger-
L it has been suggested
koncalK hus had much
lr \ ision m its left eye than in
Iri^hi one. lion than at any
|r nm tine* World War II.
i\ demands that this
fie'no be corrected and
h hi indication that the
|rminaiion exists to do just
MUST be rememliered that
kre talking about a nation re-
Lsihlt' tor murdering six mil-
UBWS, .i natmn which in 1983
K00.000 lews and today has
i some 30.000. We are talking
|U u nation once ruled by
insane racism, which
ted Jews for all evil in the
A. for Germany's defeat in
War I. and for its in-
|H, n well as for the world
Ofltk crisis and the Bolshevik
ohition. supposedly a Jewish
lunation.
He ideological imprint of
sm on the national mind was
|Mronn. so deadly and so
Mem that its residues still
re, providing the foundation
rtiMties by the heirs of that
era The goal of the neo-
[i- today is to finish the task
ir set for the Third Reich.
Ie this aim seems unattain-
! through the normal political
pa terrorism is their an-
Nazi incidents have risen
136 m 1974. to 206 in 1975.
I m 1976, I.It. in 1977. 992 in
.in.) 5.400 in 1979. Most of
in\olved desecration of
sh cemeteries and painting
Blikas in public places.
pERMAN lawmakers, aware
the) drew up their con-
Hion that anti-Semitism and
I forms of bigotry and haired
kiot disappear with the demise
llhe Third Keich. provided
Tun legal mechanisms. For
npk\ Article (Freedom of Ex-
bnl of the Basic Law of the
ml Republic of Germany
191 states; "Everyone shall
| the right to freely express
disseminate his opinion in
ch. writing and pictures .
goes on to say: '"These
ts are limited by the
It of inviolability of personal
nor."
jrtide 18 (Forfeiture of Basic
*s) declares: "Whoever
freedom of expression of
1 in order to combat
\ democratic basic order, shall
P.these basic rights." (Inci-
ally. such provisions are in
harmony with the philosophy
l* German philosopher.
~nuel Kant, who holds that
m should be restricted to
I extent that it may interfere
1 'he rights of others.)
. as' of course, cannot be out-
|1 no matter how malevolent
"wy be. but their dis-
union can be halted as a
i of thwarting building blocks
|n-Nazi ideologies. Accord-
"y. the Penal code outlaws the
,d and use of former
[Jnal Socialist organizational
Rnda and artifacts.
LAW, however, has loop-
* It can be evaded, for ex
"m| Mm For few Heit
prf or ItiiNSS Meefine
*>* 53B-7SSO
ample, by maintaining that the
prohibited Nazi propaganda
material is imported. Indeed, the
neo Nazi weekly National
Zeitung has for years been pub-
lishing articles by American and
other foreign 'experts" who
present "scientific" evidence that
there was no Nazi death
machinery during World War II.
To stop this practice, the ruling
Social Democrat Party and its
coalition partner. the Free
Democrat*, have reached agree-
ment on a draft law prohibiting
the import of neo-Nazi
propaganda material into the
federal Republic
If enacted into law. as ex
peeled, the dissemination of
literature denying the existence
FRANK REISS is director of
the Anti-Defamation
League's European Affairs
Department.
'of gas chambers under Hitler
would become more difficult. It
would also ban propaganda
material provided to the neo-
Nazis by the Palestine Liberation
Organization. which has
maintained close contact with
right-wing extremists in West
Germany.
While the general public often
talks and writes about extreme
rightist organizations and neo-
Nazis as if they were inter-
changeable, the Federal Govern-
ment carefully differentiates be-
tween them. Interestingly
enough, while extreme rightist
organizations have decreased
during the past two years both in
numbers of separate groups and
their memberships. neo-Nazi
rosters have increased.
AN EXAMPLE of significant
membership decrease is to be
found in the largest right-wing
extremist organization in Ger-
many, the National Democratic
Party (NDP), whose membership
dropped from 28.000 in 1969 to
8.000 in 1980.
The rise in neo-Nazi member
ship can perhaps explain the in-
crease of incidents which are
more anti-Semitic in character
than acts commited by other
right-wing groups whose activi-
ties are targeted more against
foreign laborers e.g. Turks.
Greeks and Spaniards.
Statistically, the following
picture emerges. In 1977. there
were 83 extreme rightist
organizations with 17,800 mem-
bers, as contrasted with 17 neo-
Nazi groupings with 900 mem-
bers. In 1978. the extreme right-
ist organizations had declined to
67. with a membership of 17.600.
the neo-Nazi groupings had risen
to 25. with a membership of
1.300.
Statistics also indicate that 76
percent of all right-wing incidents
have been committed by neo-
Nazis, even though they com-
prise less than 10 percent of the
total of the extreme right.
ACCOMPANYING the in-
crease in neo-Nazi activities has
been a discernible increase in
criminal proceedings against the
perpetrators instituted between
1975-79. Available statistics for
1979 are incomplete, but at the
end of 1978 preliminary pro-
ceedings had been initiated in 600
cases as compared to 317 in 1977.
Sentences were passed in 141
instances as compared with 91 in
1977. In the first half of 1980,
according to the Federal Minister
of Interior, sentences against
neo-Nazis were up 43 percent as
compared with the first half of
1979.
Even with an organization out-
lawed and its members sentenced
to jail, the task of eradicating
extremism is not fully completed.
The underground, supported by
the well-financed and organized
community of international
terrorism, always manages to go
on functioning.
Among the legal means avail-
able to combat extremism is the
prohibition by the Federal Re-
Continued on Page 9-A
HOW TO______
KIBITZ WITH A KIBBUTZ IN HAIFA
DIAL DIRECT
Does your area have Inrernarionol Dialing? Then you con coll around rhe world
in olmosr no rime How? Dy dialing yourself. Without Operoror assistance. And
wirhour woiring. Here's how ro dial Hoifo
iNl|HN*nowAi ACCIiiCOW
COUNTRY COO
City COW
011 + 972 + 4+ LOCAL NUMBER
Dialing direct saves more rhan rime ir also saves you money Si .80, more rhan
19% on a 3-mmure call ro Haifa placed any day during rhe week.
ALMOST DIRECT
This is rhe nexr besr way ro save rime if your area doesn'r have Inrernarionol
Dialing yer. Dial 0, and be ready ro give rhe Operator rhe country ciry and local
telephone number you wont Specify Station or Person. The fewer questions the
Operator must ask the fosreryou'll connect On Station calls not requiring special
operator assisrance, you can ger rhe same low rares as Inrernarionol Dialing.
PS. Everyone con dial direcr ro Canada, rhe Caribbean, Alaska, Hawaii,
and parrs of Mexico-jusr as you dial direcr ro cities inside the continental U.S.
Ordering oranges or finding a friend, keep a record of rhe country and
city codes you use and use them to coll the world-fosr! ________________
CCXi FOR PWKAl CIT*S IN l5RAl (972)
AUo 65 Dimono 57 Noicwfri
Aho 4 Hode Arf*ekxi 51 Moito
rjoikxn 3 HoKxi
tW^Shevo 57 J^fujotem
65
60 Netono 50
4 (Whovot 54
3 IHAviv 3
2 T*efK
67
Southern Bell


Pup 6-A
-Jewish fkridtori
Friday
My.i
Jerusalem Day
Israel's Ancient City of Zion
Continued from Page 1-A
histnr\ >! the quarter had begun.
\\ ht n Jerusalem was reunited
in June. 1967 after the Six-Day
War. a third of the Jewish Quar-
ter was found to be in ruins All
synagogues were completely
desecrated. public buildings
vandalized Those buildings still
standing were not fit for habita-
tion, even though 4.000 Arab res-
idents of the city were living in
them, without any public ser-
vices.
THE COURSE of action to be
taken was obvious. It was impos-
sible to leave the quarter as it
was It was unthinkable to
abandon it. The quarter had to be
rebuilt, and the Israel Govern-
ment created a special body to do
the job. the Company for the Re-1
construction and Development of
the Jewish Quarter in the Old
City of Jerusalem.
A weighty name, but nothing
compared to the weight of the
task before it. Shalom Gardi. '
chief architect of the company,
surrounded by blueprints and
seated under the vaulted ceiling
of the Rothschild building, one of
the first to be reconstructed,
describes the three problems his
team was faced with.
First, there was the architec-
tural-aesthetic approach to bt
followed in rebuilding the
quarter. It would have been a
simple matter to lay out a grid of
parallel and intersecting streets
and put up modern apartments
and shops. But the quarter forms
part of the overall pattern of the
Old City, and its network of
alleys and the physical texture of
its buildings are one with those of
the other quarters.
The characted and atmosphere
of the quarter are determined by
the play of light and shade re-
sulting from winding alleys and
covered passages, indoor court-
yards and small squares. The ar-
chitecture abounds in arches,
domes and vaults all shape*
that require expertise in con-
struction While living quartan
obviously had to be up to
present-day standards, it was
dear that all the traditional
elements of the Old City architec-
ture had to be preserved no,
small challenge to the planning
team.
THE SECOND problem was
providing modern engineering
facilities, such as sewerage,
drainage, water pipes, electric
and telephone cables, and TV,
cables from a central antenna. All'
these have been laid under-
ground, at great expense, thus
avoiding unsightly modern intru-
sions into the traditional
countenance of the quarter.
Thirdly, there was the problem
Play of light and shade plays an important part in Jerusalem
quarters
of archaeological finds. The area
has been settled ever since the
eighth century BCE. but the
density of its population in recent
centuries had made excavations
impossible. It was clear that re-
construction could not be under-
taken without letting the archae-
ologists avail themselves of this
one-time chance to unearth the
secrets of the past. The results of
their digs have been no less
exciting to the layman than to
the diggers themselves, and
include s city wall dating from
the Iron Age, patrician resi-
dences of the Upper City, the
Cardo. a main thoroughfare built
by the Romans, and parts of an
enormous Byzantine church of
the six century CE.
As many as possible of the
finds will be incorporated in
basements of the new and recon-
structed buildings of the quarter,
and will be open to the public,
and this, of course, constitutes an
added complication and challenge
to the planners.
THE RECONSTRUCTED
quarter has been planned as a
residential area (as it has been in
the past) for 2.600 persons (630
families). In addition, some 1.500
study in religious and education-
al institutions. The Jewish
Quarter has great traditional
value for Jews, and is dose to one
of their holiest shrines, the
Western Wall. Thus a large
tourist flow is to be taken into
account, resulting in a high pro-
portion of commercial floor
and appropriate street layout
The houses of the quarter are
terraced along the slopes of the
mountain, many of them facing
the Temple Mount with its view
of the Dome of the Rock and the
Western Wall. Beyond them is
the skyline of the Mount of
Olives and Mount Scopus.
Apartments are grouped around
courtyards, and are stacked in a
roughly pyramidal of habitat
shape, leaving room for many
patios and roof terraces. The
houses are served by a network of
narrow winding alleys that some-
times come to a deed end, safe-
guarding the privacy of the resi-
dents by preventing their us* at
shortcuts by outsiders.
The whole quarter is closed to
vehicular transport- Collection of
refuse, transport of goods and
similar services are performed
with the aid of specially designed
electric carts, adapted to the
needs and physical limitations of
the quarter. A route system has
been laid out for these vehicles, to
allow them to negotiate slopes,
turns and the like
Historic Reunification
Took Place 14 Years Ago
On tM morning of
June 5. 1967, Jordanian
forces began shelling West
Jerusalem, and advancing
in and around the Jeru-
salem area. Within 48
hours, a successful Israeli
counterattack sliced
through Jordanian lines
and recaptured East
Jerusalem
For t)' first time in 19 years.
Jews again prayed at the
\Y. st.rn Wall the last remnant
of the temple built by King
Solomon The entire nation sang
Jerusalem of Gold, the song
which was written before the war.
and expresses the tremendous
longing for trie-city Barricades
were dismantled, and Jeru
salem's Jews and Arabs came
into contact oner again. On June
28, the government officially an-
nounced the city's reunification.
Yom Yrrushalavim was estsb-
lished according to the Jewish
calendar as the annual com-
memoration of this reunification
"We earnestly stretch out our
hands to our Arab brethren in
nssoe, asJd then-Minister of
I).ifense Moss* Dayan on June 7.
1*m;7 "W* have returned to Jeru
salem never to part fro her
again.''
Since Jerusalem's reunifi-
cation. Israel has expended
considerabk* resources on pre-
serving and restoring the tra-
I ditionally beautiful appearance of
the entire city. In the Old Citv.
new sewers saved part of the Via
Dolorosu from collapse Similary.

many street!
and rest<.r. d
ol ...
removed fi
the out. : A-a|| |s
archil a,
- .'i'l- g|
" cat)
.....f-l
hciousl, .
iuipsaj
W order in
*
former glory
taking authenticit
preserve ;|
art
new
out the citj I
designed to
preserve
. ,,l"r"1 m WttC aj
"' natuml
cbaractei and beaut)
Thee ity's \
It
ashavtgne-.
benefited from n n :
rael has provided iherr
responsive goven ment, gna
political freedom than th*vhi
'yr known, and .vo'nomic.
educational and health imprw
ments Their housing, wife
-upply. empkiymeni -undai*
and standard ol li\ in^havenue
tremendous ad> ai
Since 1967 I timeam J
thousands ol years full fnydnn j
of access exists for all humu:
being! regardles race nrrAj
Kion. who wish to Msii the Holy!
City Today, in part Uiau*ol|
Israels I (pen Bridges policy,
inyoa* can Jerusalem.
arrsspsctivi nl .ippg, j
on his passport
PLANS FOR .lerusakm's
future are abnosi as divers*
the city 'a residents Hearing a
mind that Jerusalem is the
eternal capital ol ihi l-ish peo-
ple, it is now, more than emu
the past 4,000 years a truly opo
city
INVESTORS
NOW EARN
18/(
0
INVEST YOUR MONEY SAFELY AND WISELY IN
ULTRACONSERVATIVE FIRST AND SECOND MOfl
TQAQES. UNITED MORTGAGE COMPANY HAS
PLACED OVER ONE HUNDRED MILLION DOLLARS IN
MORTGAGE LOANS WITHOUT A PENNIES LOSS TO
ANY OF OUR INVESTORS.
United Mortgage Company
3000 Biscayne Boulevard
ESTABLISHED 33 YEARS
IDADE BROWARO
1379.2676 524-7225
Licensed Mortgage Broker* & Bankers
The Samuel Scheck
REALTY ...get your license
COURSE from the Pros
The Keyes Company s Root Estate License Exom
School moots oil state requirements and prepores you
for the State License Exom. Instructors or* top root
estate professionals.__________
TUITION ONLY o3
Includes free continuous Scote Exom Prep Course
ASK ABOUT OUR TUITION MjMWMMMWt PLAN
Doytlme as wet"
14 LOCATIONS
os evening dosses
6 DAY SPEED COURSE AVAILABLE. CALL FOP. DATES. PRICES.
keye
371-0592
IO Lkens* Exom
* School
HI LLEL COMMUNITY
DAY SCHOOL
Pre Kindergarten thru 9th Grade
Servicing Dad* and Broward Counties
fllf-
<>:>^
At190O0N.E.25thAv*n
N. Miami Bech-Adjc*n%
NOW SERVING MIAMI BEACH AREA
Certified Teachers Finest Judaic & Secular Eduration
Individualized Ioatructioa Half Day Pre School Program ,
AccreditatioerSAJDM. Full Dsy 3 Yra A Up
(P^d.) 8:25 s.m. 3:40 p.m .,-.
Inter-School Sporta League Door to Door Tranaportstion Avail"
Strictly Kosher Hoi Lunches Qualified Professional Leadership
FOR REGISTRATION
APPOINTMENTS
Call:
931-2631
LIMITED
ENROLLMENT


Mav29. 1981
+Je*tst> tkrfJiir
Page 7 A
Opposition Mounting to Reagan Nominee, LeFever, at Rights Helm
Continued from Page 1-A
,1 read reviewa but not the book and refused to be
II lioa "I Argentina.
Tunermana book is hi-- detailed personal account of
I ,-t. incarceration, and interrogation, under
OUt hia Zionism, his loyalty t<> Argentina and
il opinions It i also a powerful indictment of
ntim '-ilitary |unta'a treatment of political
|
NEARLY THREE yeara altar hia arreat in April.
I Argentine Supreme Court found no judicial
| ;. lor his confinement Nevertheless, he was
stripped of his rititanahm and expelled from the
I 11 is new spaper and ot her property confiscated
a! the time of Ma arrest were not returned.
When Foreign Relations Committee Chairman
Charles Percj >K III i saw Timerman in the spectators
aaller) and .iske journalist received .> rousing ovation Later, he told
reporters thai the tarter Administration's human
rights polk) had helped thousands it Argentinians
d with repression.
Me said the U S. helped by providing information
and legal advice to those in distress and by putting dip-
lomat u- pre-sun on the Argentine rulers. "Silent diplo-
macy is silence.' he told reporters. "Quiet diplomacy is
surrender "
MEANWHILE. The American Jewish Congress, in
testimony submitted to the Foreign Rela'.ons inra-
mittee. said the confirmation of LePevCt bo 'lie sen-
sitive human r;^l;ts ;k>s; would be a seri<.>is error and
urged his rejection
The statement, signed by Henry Siegman,
VJCongresa executive director and Phil Baum.
associate executive director, said it would be
singularU *ronij to confirm LeFever "because the
strategies he has recommended clearly subordinate
human rights goals to many other considerations."
According to the AJCongress officials, "Too often the
call for quiet diplomacy merely masks an intention to
stifle criticism and inhibit significant action.'
No War Unless We're
Attacked, Begin Vows
B) DAVID LANDAU
,11 : RUS ALE M
|T.\i Premier Mena-
hem Begin said that Israel
frnulil not go to war against
Ivn.i unless Israel is at-
kcked. He made that re-
nark in an address to a war
Kerens rally shortly after
meeting with U.S. special
nvoy Philip Habib who re-
umetl to Israel after
urther talks in Damascus
kid in Riyadh. Saudi
Arabia in his continuing ef-
ort to resolve the Israeli-
jvrian missile crisis.
Emerging from his meeting
frith Habib, Begin gave reporters
impression that the crucial
Wnenl ia at hand. He said he
nuld convene the appropriate
hthorities" meaning ap-
irvnilv the Cabinet or the
Jinistinal Defense Committee
t<> take "the appropriate
fusions It was inferred from
us that Habib has presented a
fckage proposal which he was
Mun^ I srael to accept.
AIDES TO Begin said Habib's
are plans would depend on the
utcome of a second meeting he
nd the Prime Minister would
Did following the Cabinet
sion
Habib. true to his tight-lipped
(tylc. would only say: The
plomatic effort continues. The
ch for peace continues."
egin said he "expresses the
ion c
=T KOSIII H Ml Ik MIX SI
Would You Believe
"KOSHER VEAL PARMESAN'
Phone S38-7SS0
,T0DI0
niiiini"
""Hill
Continental
Cuisine
fRED JOSSI
>oo back to
M 'enownrd
STUDIO
RESTAURANT
'or a unique
a.rung epenence
Watch your table to your
mood in one ol i individual
'oomv The Tent
*" Oiiar Studio Place
p,gaiie twist Chale'
Fine Entertainment
At the Piano
Also violin playing
lor your pleasure
OPENS AT 5 P.M.
ipr ..< Lunchaont arranged)
ENJOY COCKTAILS IN
"THI GIOTTO"
MOST MAJOR
CREDIT CARDS
HONORED
2340 SW 32 Ave.
4455371
cioieo Mondavi
*-*-"Taj. a* a a r s a
hope" that a peaceful solution
would be found.
Israel Television in its main
evening newscast went out on a
limb predicting a peaceful
solution. Israeli Radio later
npOftad the elements" of the
proposal purportedly being
canvassed by Habib. They were:
Syrians to pull out their
missiles from Fast Lebanon at
the request of the I^ebanese
government i Christian militias to
withdraw their men from Zahle
land I/ehanese army units to take
over); Israel to undertake to
oaten operational flights over
Lebanon (operational a
distinct from high-altitude spy-
flights for intelligence-gatherine,
which would be allowed to
continue.)
APPARENTLY this curb on
Israel air flights would be con-
fined to north and east Lebanon
and would not curtail Israels
operations against the PLO in
the south. (This in fact was the
substance of the tacit under-
standing that has been in force in
Lebanon ever since the Syrians
first moved in five years ago. I
Cairo Meeting
Multi-National Force Being Debated
Continued from Page 1-A
STERNER HIMSELF told
the press that "Many points have
bean resolved. Some have not
and that's what we'll be tackling
in the days ahead." He said
Israel and Egypt were "both pro-
ceeding in a constructive spirit
... I find that both sides desire
to proceed with these negotia-
tions quite independently of re-
gional developments whether in
Lebanon or anywhere else."
Sterner said he was "very
pleased" with what had been
achieved to date, in his two days
of talks here and in earlier meet-
ings he held in Cairo. These
included a two-hour session with
President Anwar Sadat Sunday.
Sterner will head the American
team in the tripartite talks at the
Mena House Hotel in Cairo.
Israel's delegation will be chaired
by Foreign Ministry Director
Genral David Kimche, and the
Egyptians will be led by Foreign
Ministry Undersecretary Osama
Fl-Baz, a key figure throughout
the peace process. The Israeli and
Egyptian teams will include mili-
tary men and legal aides
ISRAELI SOURCES say the
negotiations are especially com-
plicated because a multinational
force of this kind not related to
any extant binding framework
such as the UN, NATO, or the
Warsaw Pact is in fact un-
precedented in international re-
lations.
Among the problems that this
raises are: discipline within the
force, across national lines: the
ability of any contributing state
to withdraw its contingent with-
out reference to the other states
or to Israel and Egypt; and fin-
ancing the force.
Sterner was reluctant to
discuss details of the negotia-
tions, but he disclosed that fin-
nancing was one of the issues still
on the agenda and unresolved.
Another issue was to what extent
the force would use facilities that
Israel will leave behind when it
pulls out of Sinai in April, 1982.
Israeli sources said one idea
being aired is for the force to have
a military commander
probably not American and in
addition a civilian director-
general who probably would be
an American.
IT IS NOT yet clear what
other countries in addition to the
U.S. will agree to participate in
the force But high Israeli sources
told the Jewish Telegraphic
Agency that a number of
countries which the U.S. had ap-
proached have indicated a
positive response. Sterner said
that not all the responses had yet
been received.
The American diplomat said he
had "every expectation" that the
force would be in place and oper-
ational before the final withdraw-
al date. Israel has said publicly
that the force is an intergral part
of the peace treaty and that it
would refuse to make the final
withdrawal unless and until the
force is in place.
Observers here believe that one
main issue still outstanding be-
tween Israel and Egypt is the
power and authority of the
proposed force.
$4.95
A Lot of dinner.
Not a lot of dollars.
Our special Inflation Fighter Menu wages war on the high
cost of dining out.
Come.lo the King's Wharf at the Marriott Hotel Where
vou can enjoy a complete dinner from $4.95 to S775.
Choose one of 6 complete dinners. Roasted Rib of
Beef Au Jus, Chicken Breast Marsala, Beef Ribs with
Barbecue Sauce, Sliced London Broil, Crilled Liver
with Bacon & Onions, or Broiled Fresh Fish. And,
the dinners won't end 'hi coffee and dessert.
All served at vour table with a beautiful
roof-top view of the city.
Marriott's new Inflation Fighter
Dinners. Great new meals at pocket
pleasing prices.
Now Served 5-7 p.m., 7 Days
aVMeek!
Not Available Holidays.
Free Self Parking.
ia/i.>w Marriott does it. thtydojtnghL
Miami/Miwrriott Hotel & Racquet Club
'_____>. ... t______0-,-4 Mi,mi Florida "*^l?fi
1201 N W LeJeune Road. Miami. Florida 33126
Phone 649-5000
V


Page ^ A
+Jeisi)fk)r*Mon
Frid.y,My29
Cites Russian involvement
Begin Denies There's 'American Plan'
By GIL SEDAN
JERUSALEM -
(JTA) The Cabinet met
in special session for two
hours to review the latest
proposals presented by
U.S. special envoy Philip
Habib to resolve the missile
crisis between Israel and
Syria. Cabinet Secretary
Israel Wants Rollback,
Evron Says in D.C.
By DAVID FRIEDMAN
WASHINGTON -
(JTA) Ephraim Evron,
Israel's Ambassador to the
United States, declared
here that Israel will do
everything that "is
humanly possible" to
achieve a peaceful solution
t the crisis in Lebanon, but
warned Israel "cannot tole-
rate" the security threat
posed by the Syrian anti-
aircraft missiles.
"All we ask Syria is to go back
to the situation that existed
before the hostilities that were
launched by them in early April,"
Evron told the more than 1.000
persons attending a dinner at the
22nd annual policy conference of
the American Israel Public
Affairs Committee (AIPAC).
THE ISRAELI Ambassador
declared that "Israel has always
maintained that the territorial in-
tegrity and sovereignty of Leba-
non should be upheld and
respected." But he said Israel
"can not sit by and watch" Leba-
non be occupied by another
country or used as a terrorist
base against Israel, or watch the
Christian population there being
"annihilated" and "do nothing."
In addition to AIPAC mem
bers from across the country, the
audience which heard Evron
included members of the House
and Senate, representatives of
Jewish groups from other
countires. a large contingent
from the Israel Embassy, two
Israel Knesset members, and
three officials from the Egyptian
Embassy.
Those on the dias included
representatives from the White
House and three Assistant Secre-
taries of State. Lawrence Wein-
berg, president of AIPAC. noted
that American support for Israel
has^atways been "broad-based
tbi- partisan."
HE MAJOR issue for the
delegates was the Regan Admin
ist&tibn's proposed sale to Saudi
JHbia of AWACS and enhance-
iVnJ.#eAiuipment for the 62 F 15
' fighter planes previously pur-
chased Weinberg, while praising
the Administration's general
attitude toward Israel, said the
EMBASSY
K c 1SIII H S I > \K IK I
OUT?
m W GUTT
KOSHER MEAT DEFT
Ptwne 538-7550
Relgo, Inc.
Religious Gifts & Articles
Israeli Arts crafts
Hebrew Books Judaica
Paper Backs Records & Xaoes
Op"Su"air
1507 Washington Av MB
5324M2
.American
JmU ,sraeli
riON:

ACatara
Whiw Black Yabnakaa
Lea*edTlBMOa4r
S18.00/Groee
1357 Washington Ave.
Miami Beach 5317722
AIPAC members were "dis-
mayed and in total opposition" to
the arms package.
Evron touched only briefly on
the proposed sale, saying he
hoped the Administration "will
reconsider the idea." He said the
sale will not enhance the security
position of the United States and
will eventually pose a "very
serious security problem for
Israel."
The same position was taken
by the other two major speakers.
Senators Roger Jepsen (R.. Iowa)
and Bill Bradley (D.. N.J.). They
stressed that the sale would not
only threaten Israel but would
also not be in the best interest of
the United States.
BRADLEY LINKED the sale
of the situation in Lebanon and
said such sales would make
Israel's enemies less amenable to
reach peace with Israel and em-
bolden them to take such moves
as Syria has done in Lebanon.
Jepsen stressed that while the
U.S. should try to improve rela-
tions with Arab countries, it
would not be at Israel's expense.
He argued that the proposed sale
to the Saudis did not include a
promise from them that they
would recognize Israel, end their
subsidy to the Palestine
Liberation Organization, drop
their boycott of Egypt, or move
to support the Camp David
agreements.
Jepsen praised the Reagan Ad-
ministration for expelling the
Libyan Embassy staff He said it
should also have closed down the
PLO information office here. He
said if the law does not allow the
U.S. to do this, the law should be
changed.
AT A LUNCHEON meeting
here. Rep. Jack Kemp IK N.Y.I
pledged that "there will be no
sale" of AWACS or enhancement
equipment to Saudi Arabia as
long as the Saudis do not support
the Camp David process, as long
as they "embrace the PLO" and
as long aa they are waging a jihad
against Israel. '
Kemp stressed that it is the
Soviet Union "that is the.
greatest threat to peace in the
Middle East." He said there is a
need for an American ground
presence in the region to meat
that threat and added that such a
presence might encourage the
countries in the region to go on
with the peace process.
Arye Naor told reporters
afterwards that decisions
were taken "which increase
the prospects for a peaceful
resolution of the crisis." He
gave no details.
Premier Menachem Begin was
scheduled to meet with Habib
later to inform him of the
Cabinet's decision and then to
make a statement to the press
after the meeting. Begin and
Habib met shortly after the
American diplomat returned to
Israel from talks in Damascus.
He also visited Riyadh. Saudi
Arabi. last weekend in an ap-
parent effort to enlist the Saudis
to exert their influence on Presi-
dent Hafez Assad of Syria for a
paceful solution.
THE PRIME Ministers Office
repeated that there was no
'American plan' or any other
that calls for a cessation or
limitation of Israel Air Force
flights over Lebanon. A spokes-
man insisted that no such idea
was even raised in Begin s talks
with Habib.
But Israel Radio broadcast
what it said were "elements" of
the proposals Habib has carried
in his round of shuttle diplomacy
between Jerusalem and Arab
capitals. They included cessation
by Israel of operational flights
over Lebanon as distinguished
from high altitude intelligence-
gathering flights which would be
allowed to continue, according to
Israel Radio.
It was intimated that the
restriction applied only to eastern
and northern Lebanon and that
Israel would remain free to
continue its operational missions
against Palestinian terrorists in
South Lebanon.
Begin also for the first time
spoke openly of the presence of
Srviet advisers to Syrian troops,
together with platoons of 3.600
Syrian tanks, prepared to do
battle in Lebanon.
DEPUTY DEFENSE Minister
M order ha i Zipori said that he
had no information of any of-
fensive deployment of Syrian
forces in Lebanon. He told the
Knesset's Foreign Affairs and
Security Committee that the
Syrians may want war but at this
state their military buildup was
defensive in nature.
He said the Syrians have re-
inforced their anti-aircraft
batteries and armored units and
were fortifying their positions in
the Sannine mountain range. But
according to Zipori. the Syrians
are no longer using helicopter in
offensive operations against
Christian forces in the Lebanese
mountains.
Meanwhile, a United Nations
source in York said that Israel
and Syria have agreed to a six-
month extension of the United
Nations Disengagement Ob-
server Force on the Golan
Heights The 1.250 man fores
The Harmony.
Exquisitely designed sofa created
especially for someone with
harmonious taste. Beautifully
upholstered in Genuine Suede or
Leather*.
'leather extra.
Poland has
Missile Crisis i
| from disengagement &ora
inland. Canada and entered into by Syria jr'1
been supervising the in May. 1974. '"*l
made up of contingents from
Austria, Finland. Canada and
For rates on
JUMBO
CERTIFICATES
$100,000 MtnJmwn Investment
Call the "Money Desk"
MR. ROSS: 674-6655 any day
Monday-frkkiy 9 AM-5 PM
Saturday Sunday 9 AM-2 PM
FeOeroi regulation* require a substantial interest penalty in,
early withdrawal Ba* uotect to change without noi.ee

^WASHINGTON
nj SAVINGS
tiaaauoNDouAti
Sarvfrie "> CommurvrY tor M Ymort Now wttf\ f* Conv*/u*ni Offleai
tcttt eO> HSH'1***'cotAl 8AU$' mndau mnoak u*h
tSUL I I SWHTWATIt. tAT KAttO-t ISLAA0S NOBTh MIAMI MACH
I. -Igap W>UVW0MCMVK-njulTATI0M-MtfiElC
~m~m.~~. OCAMTON-WfSTPAl.M BEACH
tom saalaaa Uaaw a up *> too.ooo ay on ogewcy or m i^ma conm
Jewish
ownership
makes the
difference.
There are several funeral chapels in South
Florida who present themselves as
serving members of the Jewish faith
But they lack one very important feature
THEY ARE NOT JEWISH OWNED.
At Menorah Chapels, we firmly believe
that Jewish ownership is not an option
It's an imperative. Because only those
who practice the Jewish faith will take
the time, the care to insist that our
religious traditions are carried out dt .1
time as significant as the death of
a loved one
Menorah Chapels are BrowarcTs oldest
and Greater Fort Lauderdate's only
Jewish owned chapels. With us. it's more
than a policy it's a way of life.
And that makes the difference.
CtppelS
742-
r
11
\
(
In Dade. 946-3939.
In Palm Beach. 833-0887.
Serving chapels throughout the U.S. and
Canada. With locations in Sunrise.
Deerf ield Beach and Margate
Cher Genuine? fijj Corner Otc\
7 pc. Starting at 1698 J
LEATHER I SUEDf FURMTURf

caqaftJ novella Id
Versatility Limited
Only By Your Imagination
With 24 exquisite colors
to choose from.
D Round Corner. 60" wide
O Ottoman. 29" W
D Armless.29" W
D Corner. 34" W
49800
34y
386"
32 Giralda Ave. Coral Gables 44H-8925
D Master Charge D Visa D We Finance
Monday-Saturday K>*. Sunday Q Noon 4
on
Ben "
X^r cr
Genuine-Cowhide Sude Soil. Stain ****** M
or Leather


,v, May 29. 1981
v.kwisii tkridtiar
Page 9-A
k^=
(fending
ilf Against Russia 1
U.S. Jews 'Secure,'
AJComm. Report Declares
W YORK cent studies on anti-Semitism
nderuken by the American
Ifwish Committee indicate that
on balance the Jewish
ntion in the U.S. remains
cure according to a report
si issued by the AJCommittee.
number of anti-Semitic
hcuifiit- in the United States
a* risen sharply in the past year,
report states, but "AJCom-
ntUv investigations indicate
it would Ih' a mistake to in-
fcrprvt the recent outbreaks as
miling a new and dangerous
Eve <>! anti-Semitism in the
puled States
During IWO, continues the re-
lurt. entitled "Anti-Semitism in
America A Halance Sheet. "377
n S, untie incidents were
ported in this country These
lets, tin paper points out. have
ilirred understandable fears" in
Ihe Vmerican Jewish community,
lut. thi \JCommittw analysts
Itri-s- they should be considered
rin thi perspective o4 other
If taking place in this
Mint Hi and abroad
THI HKPORT was prepared
> Ali-.i Kaaten and MUton
ol the AJCommittee
ination division in its
i affair department, and
v nya Kaufer, director of
Publications service
. one 'perspective," the
les thai most of the
I mii Semitic events took
fter the highly publicized
unhing of Paris synagogue,
mainly the work ol po
uninvolved teenagers
.n tiona saemed to be
Prowess Of
Mini-Powers
* ontinued from Page 4 A
"Wnificant militarily than in the
pvday of its fabled superman
Image. With greater destructive
capabilities in Israel's hands, it
pces Israel virtually in the same
Category as some of the super-
powers so far as the decision to.
'age war is concerned.
But this is a proposition that
"Jy war. itself, can test. And one
|tinues to hope that, on either
Hwe of the current Middle East
l^wis, no one will decide to test it.
PLANNING
ON MOVING
TO ISRAEL?
HOW WONDERFUL
Call me. Esther. 635-6554
ar>d let me quote you
fates. Also Iqc4l moving &
'ortg distance moving
anywhere in the U.S. or
overseas.
A.B. VAN LINES INC.
^of Miami)
imitative" rather than a "per-
sonal expression of anti-Semitic
sentiment." The AJCommittee
report urges also that "the
current outbreak of anti-Semitic
vandalism ... be viewed against
the alarming increase in all kinds
of crimes ."
Turning to the question of
whether today's climate poses
any serious dangers to American
lews, the AJCommittee s paper
recalls that "historically anti
Semitism has constituted a
powerful threat only in those
countries where it has been
institutionalized in the laws and
tradition of the land." and then
points out that today "no organi-
zed hate groups have any appre-
ciable political or social influence
in this country receive media
attention far beyond what their
numbers and strength warrant
There is no individual of
si at ure on the political scene
loda) who is an overt anti-
Semite
THE REPORT then cites sta-
tistics garnered from opinion
|h.1|s and other researches in-
dicating that- the vast majority
ol \mericana are favorably
disposed toward their Jewish
fellow citizens"; that "more Jews
than ever before were elected
to Congress in 1980, and the
numbt r ol Jews serving in .
other political offices is too large
in trace," and that in the
Bits sciences. business and
professions the same acceptance
is evident
However, the AJCommittee
nob examining theother
,ide ol the balance sheet, there
i-oniimu to be developments -
such as ami Israel and anti-
Semitic rhetoric" m the United
Nations and attempts to deny
the Holocaust ever happened" -
which, "like every reported CBM
of overt anti-Semitism .
require constant vigilance.
Long-Lost Documents
r tv
Life of Polish Jews Illuminated
NEW YORK (JTA)
Long-lost documents
and artifacts illuminating
1,000 years of Jewish life in
Poland, the cradle of Juda
ism in Europe, will be
available to scholars and
researchers for the first
time under the terms of an
agreement signed by the
University of Warsaw and
the Union of American He-
brew Congregations
(UAHC).
Polish diplomatic officials.
Jewish scholars and the chairman
of the National Endowment for
the Humanities. Joseph Duffey,
were among some 75 persons who
watched as Prof. Henryk Sam-
sonowicz. rector of the University
of Warsaw, and Rabbi Alexander
Schindler, president of the
UAHC. signed the two-page
agreement at the House of Living
Judaism, headquarters of the Re-
form Jewish congregational
group.
BELIEVED to be the first be-
tween a university in Eastern
Kurope and a Jewish religious
body, the agreement will for the
first time provide American
scholars with access to and the
right to copy materials currently
in the possession of the Polish
government, the Catholic Church
in Poland and various Polish uni-
\ersities.
These materials include works
of art. literature, history, law,
music and philosophy, along with
official Jewish community ar-
chives, such as the records of the
Judenrat of Lublin during the
Nazi occupation.
The agreement also calls for
"joint research" by the Univer-
sity of Warsaw and the UAHC in
specified areas of Jewish scholar-
ship, including historical prob-
lems of Judaism."
THE AGREEMENT was
worked out during negotiations
in tin- United States and Poland
among Rabbi Philip lliat. assist
ant to the president of the
U \IIC. Philip Miller, librarian
Bt the New York branch of the
Hebrew Union College-Jewish
Institute of Religion; and Prof.
Witold Tyloch. chairman of the
Department of Hebrew studies in
the Institute ol Oriental Studies
at the University of Warsaw.
Assisting in the negotiations
were representatives of IREX,
the International Research and
Exchange Hoard, and YIVO. the
'i iddish Scientific Institute.
Hailing the agreement.
Schindler said at a reception fol-
lowing the signing that within a
period of <>< months the Nazis put
to death three million Jews and
destroyed all that had been
Get the
ANACIN
difference.
More pain reliever.
Anaon pain refcever targets are
afferent Two tablets of regular
Strength aspinn or non- aspirin
products contain only 650 milh
grams of pain reliever But Anaon
contains 800 milligrams And
Anaon is a speoai combination of
meoicai ingredients Next time get
the re** of Anaon Gel the Anaon
d,ffere"ce Use only as directed
created over the course of 1,000
years. "What the Jewish com-
munity left behind will now be
studied by scholars who will have
immediate access to the relics of a
life that is no more but that is
our sacred duty to preserve," he
said.
Schindler displayed fragments
of Torah scrolls and Megilloth
(Scrolls of Esther, read during
the Jewish holiday of Puriml that
had survived the Nazi occupation
of Poland. He said Polish univer-
sity officials in Krakow and War-
saw had presented the scrolls as a
gift to the UAHC. The fragments
will be given, in turn, to a number
, of Reform synagogues around the
country "as a memorial to the
vanished communities from
which they icome," Schindler
said.
AN EXHIBITION of some
100 different relics of Jewish reli-
gious and cultural life in Poland
will be displayed at Harvard Uni-
versity's Widener Library in
December, during the UAHC's
national biennial convention,
Schindler said. Later, the ex-
hibition will be sent to other
cities, especially those with size-
able populations of Polish-
Americans.
Jewish Students in Bonn
Protest Arms Sale to Saudis
By DAVID KANTOR
BONN (JTA) Jewish
students and other supporters of
Israel demonstrated here to
protest West Germany plans to
sell sophisticated arms to Saudi
Arabia. The demonstration,
which was without incident but
attracted considerable television
and news media coverage, coin-
cided with the visit of British
Foreign Secretary Lord Carring-
ton.
He met separately in Hamburg
and in Bonn with Chancellor
Helmut Schmidt and Foreign
Minister Hans-Dietrich Gens-
cher. The proposed sale of Tor-
nado combat aircraft built by an
Anglo-German-Italian consor-
tium to Saudi Arabia reportedly
was a topic of their con-
versations.
THE DEMONSTRATORS
carried placards reading
"Leopard II Equals Holocaust
II," a reference to West Ger-
many s new Leopard II tanks,
one of the modern weapons
systems the government plans to
sell to the Saudis. The demon-
stration was the first over the
projected arms deal and its or-
ganizers said they elicited a
positive response from the public.
Carrington, meanwhile, was
reported to have briefed his hosts
on his recent visit to Saudi
Arabia. Schmidt is due to leave
for Saudi Arabia on his own visit
tomorrow. They also discussed
the European Economic Com-
munity's Middle East initiative
which is expected to be advanced
after Britain assumes the
rotating chairmanship of the
European institutions on July 1.
How Prepared is W. Germany
To Meet Neo-Nazi Forces?
Continued from Page 5-A
view Board for Publications of
printed materials judged harmful
to young people! who are the
prime target of neo-Nazi
recruiters This year, alone, 48
publications hav* been banned
Considering that the combined
monthly circulation for all right-
w ing publications is about
190,000 (mostly pamphlets and
magazines i, and that under-
ground circulation is more diffi
cult to stop than sales through
regular outlets, there is still a
long way to go.
THE SMALL German Jew-
ish community is deeply con-
cerned with right-wing ex-
tremism. In recent months,
Werner Nachman. chairman of
the Central Committee of Jews in
Germany, discussed the problem
with the Federal Minister of the
Interior, expressed his concern at
the growing number of violent
neo-Nazi incidents, and urge spe-
cial efforts to counter the neo-
\.i/is and other extreme right-
ists
Hoth the government and the
vast majority of Germans seem
mindful of their unique
responsibility in this area.

Wi
MIAMI BEACH'S ONLY BOARDWALK KOSHER HOTEL
SUMMER SUPER SAVING VACATIONS
THE FAMILY JACOBS' 50th YEAR
2 Meals Daily-Complete
Breakfast. Full Dinner
3 Meals Shabbos
Compiimertsry OJ Poorwde
Rabbinical Supervision
Resident Mashgiach
Synagogue In Hotel
Sugar and Salt Free Diets
Free Chaise Lounges
Nightly Programs-Shows
All Rooms-Color TV,
Regrigerator
OCEANFtlONT
BOARDWALK,
25th COLLINS
MIAMI BEACH. FLA. 33139
ERIC JACOBS. Owner-elgmt.
Fathers Day June 19-72
4 Days. 3 Nights
09 Doub Occup
Meefs included
S93 Single Rale
We/come Gift
Summer Week-Ends
Are Joyous Holidays
Pieasureful Always
At The Tarleton
July 3-6 July 4th Weekend
4 Days. 3 Nights
Labor Day Sepjj47
4 Days 3 Nights'
$70 PerF'erson
I dL Doub Occup
M>ls Included
----------------------------0&
FOR INFORMATION rf*
CALL 1538-5721 &
^gf^P^S^^5WSrf^


Patre 10-A
-Jewish ntxkMon
Public Notice
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE I
(NO PROPERTY I
IN THC CIRCUIT COURT OF
TM1 ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADS COUNTY
Civil Action N.31 7464 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The Marriage Of:
ALMA ARNKTT.
Petitioner Wife
and
WELLINGTON ARNETT
Respondent Husband
TO WELLINGTON ARNETT
General Post Office
Andros Island
Bahamas. West Indies
TOU ARE HEREBY NOT1
KIKI > that a petition for Dlsao
l ul itm of your Marriage has
been filed and commenced In;
tins iiurl and you are required
lo serve a copy of your written
.9-frnsex. If any. to It on
LLOYD M ROl TMAN ESQ. .
attoriM) lt>r Petitioner, whose
...nir. i> Suite 15. First Stale
Bank Huilding. 7800 NE 2nd
Urnur Miami Fla 33138 and
flic tht- original with the clerk
'i iht- ahme styled court on or
- lore lune 111. 1991. otherwise
i default will be entered
i you lor the rellel
I Itir in Um complaint oi
petition
This notice snail be published
n* *- fat h week for four con-
erutlvc weeks in THE JEW-1
:sh PI.OKIDIAN
WITNESS in) hand and the
-f.u ni said .urt at Miami.
Florida on ihis II day of May
I Ml
RICHARD P BRINKER
AsClerk. Circuit Court
Dade Count v. Florida
BjrL.C liedaase
As Deputy Clerli
I 'in ml Court Seal I
I.I.OYDM ROl TMAN ESO, .
7900 NE 2nd Ave .
Suite 15
Miami. Florida 33138
Attorney for Petitioner
oumw May 18.22. 28. ,
June S. 1A1 I
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT. INANDFOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
CaieNavM-lZUt.FC.l2
FAMILY DIVISION
IN RE The Marriage Of
WINNIECE PRITCHARD
KOTROSA
PeUUoner
and
CHARLES KOTROSA
Respondent
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO CHAHLESKOTROSA
Men's Clothing Section.
Hdqtr k Serv Bat 1
I S M C Recruit Depot |
ParUIsland.SC 2MQ2
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
an action for dissolution of
marriage has been filed
against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your
written defenses, If any. on
BERNARD J LEVY. Attorney
for PeUUoner. 633 N E 167 St .
N MB Fla 33163 on or before
June 3rd. 1M1. and file the
original with the clerk of this
court, otherwise a default will
be entered against you
Dated April 29. 1M1
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk
By K Selfrled
May 8. IS. 33. 29. 1881
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVER that the undersigned.
ik'iinng to engage In business
under the fictitious name Palm
Beach Jewish Journal at 130
N E 6th Street. Miami. Fla.
33132 intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida
FredK Shot net Owner
'! Mays. 15. 23. 38. 1M1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious name
COl.l MBIA PROPERTIES at
430 South Dixie Highway. Suite
3H Coral Gables. Florida
Intends to register said nam.
with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida
JOHNF KT'HN. SR and
JACKH LEVINE
MAI.A.ND A TLRETSKY P A
Attorneys for
John F Kuhn Sr and
Jack H Levlne
100 North Blsrayne Blvd
22nd Floor
New World Tower
Miami. Florida 33133
08J4 May 8. IS, 23. 28. 1M1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring lo engage In business
under the fictitious name Boca
Raton Jewish Journal at 130
N E 6th Street. Miami. Fla.
33133 Intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida
NedK Hhorhet. Owner
09* f* May8 15 22 39 1881
liiimilin -------:-------:
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
FAMILY DIVISION
CaieNo il 47t6FC
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN RE The Marriage Of
BRENDAA VAUGHN. I
PeUUoner Wife
vs.
HARRY T VAUGHN.
Reapondent Husband
TO HARRYT VAUGHN
264 18 2144
BCD 187
sptbw
Fort Bennlng. Ga 31800
YOU arc hereby notified tc
file your answer to this Petition,
for Dissolution of Marnagt
with the Clerk of the Court and
mall a copy to Petitioner
Attorney DANIEL GALLI'P
2355 Saixedo Street. Coral
Gables. Florida. 33134. on or
before June5. 1M1 else PeUtion
will be taken as confessed.
This 4 day of May. 1981
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk Circuit Court
ByC.P Copeland
Deputy Clerk
09X24 May B, 15. 22. 28. 1881
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
FAMILY DIVISION
Case Noll 7*45 FC
NOTICE OF
PUBLICATION
IN RE The Marriage Of
JOSEPH M HASSETT.
Husband,
and
KATHLEEN M HA-SSETT
Wife
TO Mr Joseph M
Hassett
136 Ooombe Lane
Haynes Park.
London 200HA
United Kingdom
of Great Britain
YOU ARE HEREBY NOT!
FIED that a PeUUon for Dlsso
luUon of Marriage has been
filed against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your
Answer or Pleading to said pe
tltlon on petitioner attorney.
FREDERICK M HEIMBERG.
ESQ 246 Catalonia Avenue.
Coral Gables. Florida S31S4 and
file the Original Answer or
Pleading In The Office of the
Circuit Court Clerk, on or
before the 34 day of June. 1M1
If you tail to do so. Judgment by
default will be taken against
you for the relief demanded In
said petition
DONE AND ORDERED at
Miami. Dade County, Florida,
this 18 day of May. ltd
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By K. Selfrled
Deputy Clerk
May 33. 3*.
June S. 13, 1M1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAA4E LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious name Los
Cham it us. at 4331 S W 9th St .
Miami. Fla. 33134 Intends to
register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida.
Rafael Valeclllo
08816 May 8. 15. 22.29. 1981
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT '
FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
PRORATE DIVISION
File No 11 jus
Division S3
IN RE ESTATE OF
NORBERTO L FLORES
Deceased
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
The administration of Um
estate of NORBERTO L.|
FLORES. deceased, rile
Number 81-3136. Is pending In
the Circuit Court for Dade'
County. Florida. Probate
Division, the address of which
la Dade County Courthouse. 73
West Flagler Street. Miami.
Florida 33111 The names and
addresses of the personal rep
resentaUve and the personal
representeUve's attorney
set forth below.
All Interested persons are re-
quired to file with this court.
WITHIN THREE MONTHS OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE (1) ail
claims against the estate and
(3) any objection by an In-
terested person to whom notice
was mailed that challenges the
validity of the will, the qualifi-
cations of the personal repre-
sentative, venue, or Jurtsdlc
tlon of the court.
ALL (1J.1US
JECTIONS NOT
WILL BE
BARRED
Publication of this NoUce has
begun on May 33. 1981
EMILY L MOYNIHAN
8301 SW 103 Ave
Miami. Florida 33173
RICHARD L FLORES
11611 s w ao Tarr.
Miami. Florida Ul73
Attorney for
Personal Reprss sntaUve:
MARTIN D KAHN. E8Q
736 N E 139 St.
Suite 100
North Miami. Florida 33161
Telephone < 3061 866-0630
May 33.
AND OB
SO FILED
FOREVER
INTHE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT. INANDFOR
DADS COUNTY. FLORIDA
CaieNo II 4H4FC
FAMILY DIVISION
IN RE The Marriage Of
BARBARA JEAN THOMAS
PeUUoner. Wife
and
COLLIS LEE THOMAS
Reapondent. Husband
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO Mr Collls Lee Thomas
residence unknown
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
an action for Dissolution of
Marriage has been flleo
against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your
written defenses, if any. to (ton
FRANK W ZAREMBA.
esquire. Petitioner's Attorney,
whose address Is l.ieberman.
Benjamin and Associates.
P A 9801 Sunset Drive.
Miami Florida 33173. on or
before June 5, 1981. and file the
original with the Clerk of this
Court either before service on
Petitioner s Attorney or imme-
diatSly thereafter otherwise a
default will be entered against:
you for the relief demanded In
the PeUUon
V. ITNESS mv hand and seal
of this Court tin May 1 1881
RICHARD P BRINKKR
Clerk ul theClrCUll Court
B) C P Copeland
Deputy Clerk
09823 May- 15.22.29. 1981
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT. INANDFOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
CsieNo II i*l FC
FAMILY DIVISION
IN KK The Marriage Of
JOAN FRANKLIN
Petitioner. Wife
and
ALTON LEW IS FRANKLIN
Respondent Husband
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO Mr Alton Dewis Franklin
residence unknown
YOU ARE NOTIFIED thai
an action lor Dissolution of
Marriage has been flied
against you ..ml you are
required to serve a ropy of your
written defenses, if any. to It on'
I\AN A SCHERTZER.
KSyl IRE Petitioner S|
Attorney, whose address is
LIEBERMAN. BENJAMIN
AND ASSOCIATES. P A 9801
Sunset Dr Miami. Florida
33173. on or before June 5. 1881.
and file the original with the
Clerk of this Court either
before service on Petitioner's
Attorney or Immediately,
thereafter, otherwise a default'
will be entered against you for.
the relief demanded In the
PeUUon
WITNESS my hand and seal
of this < "ourt on April 29. 1M1
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk of Ute Circuit Court
By M J Hartnett
Deputy Clerk
(827 Mai
layS. 15.33.28 1981
NOTICE OF ACT KM*
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NOPROPER-TY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN
AN FOR DADE COUNTY
Civ.l Acheei Ne M1921tFC
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAOE
IN HE THE MARRIAGE OF
EDITH MARIE CVEVAS
Wife
and
MIGUEL CU EVAS
Husband
TO MIGI'ELCUEVAS
Residence Address
1 'nknuwn
YOl ARE HEREBY NO-
TIFIED that an action for
Dissolution of Marriage has
been filed against you and you
are required lo serve a copy of
your written defenses. If any. to
it on A1HERT L CARRI
CARTE. P A attorney for
Petitioner, whuse address la
2481 N W 7 Street. Miami.
I- lorida. and file the original
with the clerk of the above
styled court on or before June
12. 1981: 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 con
secutlve weeks In THE JEW
ISH FLORID1AN
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami.
Florida on this 8 day of May
1881
RICHARD P BRINKER
AsClerk Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By K Selfrled
As Deputy Clerk
Circuit Court Seal.
ALBERT L CARRICARTE.
P A
2481 N W 7 Street
Miami, Florida 33125
1 3061 649 7917
Attorney for Petitioner
May 15 22. 29.
June 5, 1881
39.1881
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious name Flor-
ida Jewish Journal at 130 N E
6th Street. Miami. Fla. 33132
intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida
Fred K Shoe net Owner
*12 May 8. IS. 23.39. 1981
- nas. .
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NOFROFERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No II FC
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAOE
IN RE The Marriage Of
GEORGES VINCENT,
and
AGNES VINCENT
TO AGNES VINCENT
RESIDENCE UNKNOWN
YOl" ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that an action for Disso-
lution of Marriage has been
filed against you and you are
required to serve a ropy of your
v> ntten defenses, if any. to II on
DANIEL BETTER.
ESQUIRE, attorney for
Petitioner whose address Is
Suite 1770. One Hlscayne
Tower. Two South Hlscayne
Boulevard. Miami. FLA 33131.
and file the original with the
clerk of the above styled court
on or before June 5. 1881.
otherwise a default will be
entered against you lor the
rellel demanded in the com
plaint or petition
This notice shall he published
once each week tor four con-
secuUve weeks In THE JEW
ish FLORIDI \n
WITNESS my 'land and the
seal of said 1 ourt at Miami
Florida on this I da) of Ma)
I9S1
RICHARD P BRINKER
AsClerk Circuit Court
I lath Cunt v Florida
B) t 'Urimt.t Bl
\- I WDUty Clerk
Cut uit Court Seal I
DANIEL BETTER KSyl IHK
1 Hie Hist ayne Tower
Suite I ITU
TWo south Him ajme Bivd
Miami. Flonda3.il31
Telephone 1 305i 358 6090
Attorney for Petitioner
09831 Mav 15 22.29. 1981
f
Notice To Creditor 1
ol Bvik Transfer
Pursuant to Florida Statute
676 6-103 1*1 notice is hereby
given that effective May 10
1981. at 10a m at 3165 West 4th
Avenue Hiaieah Florida 33012
a bulk transfer of the assets of
MODELO TAKE OUT CAFE
TEKIA whose business address
is 4489 Eat Tenth Court
Hiaieah. Florida will be made
to FELIX POVIONES. 44M
East 10th Court. Ilia lean Flor
Ida a new business enterprise
organised to take over and
continue the business, and
transferee has assumed the
debts of transferor, relevant lo
said business
listed al Hiaieah. Florida.
this 28 day of April. 1M1
ALBERT HERNANDEZ d-b a
Mode lo Take Out Cafeteria
Transferee
First publication of this
notice on the 8 day of May. 1MI
DANIEL M KEIt. ESq
3166 West 4th Avenue
Hiaieah. Florida 33012
Attorney for Transferee
OWia May 8. 15. 22. 28. 1891
NOTICE UNOER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN thai the undersigned,
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious name Troo
11.in.1 Motel at 15645 Collins
Avenue. Miami Beach. Fla
33160 intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the
Cm uit Court of Dade County
Florida
N Flnkelstein and
Shirley Flnkelstein. his
wife one half interest
M Roller one half interest
I'ropit ana Motel
Nelson A Feldman P A
1135 Kane Curicourse
Miami. Florida 33154
09818 May 8. 15. 22. 29. 1M1

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AN0 FOR
GENERAL JURISDICTION
division
Cjhno ii'iiifc
in re the marriage of
darre1.1. martin
Pe ll Hone r Husband
and
VERAD MARTIN
Respondent Wife
TO MRS VERAD MARTIN
PO Box 269
Or ho Hios Post Of lit c
st Ann Jamaica. W I
N" >T1< E OF PUBLICATION
JfOU ARE HEREBY NO
TIFIEIi thai a Petition For
Dissolution Of Marriage has
been filed against you and you
are required lo serve a copy of
your Answer or Pleading to
said petition on petitioners
attorney, GEORGE T
RAMANI. ES Suite 711,
Hlscayne Building. 19 West
Flagler Street. Miami. Florida
33130 and file the Original
Answer or Pleading in the
office of the Circuit Court
Clerk, on or before 12 day of
June. 1961 If you fail lo do ao.
judgment by default will be
taken against you for the relief
demanded in said petition
DONE AND ORDERED at
Miami. Dade County. Florida,
tills 8 day of May. 1981
RICHARD P BRINKER
Circuit Court Clerk
Dade County. Florida
By: PaulF McCarthy
Deputy Clerk
(mmi May 15, 22 29
June5. 1981
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR
DADS COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Noil jjm
Division (#3)
IN RE ESTATE OF
KALMANREVE.
Deceased
NOTICE OF
ADMWnSTRATION
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING
CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
AOAIN8T THE ABOVE
ESTATE AND ALL OTHER
PERSONS INTERESTED IN
THE ESTATE
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that the administration
SLJssf ~UU <* KALMAN
REVE. deceased. FUe Number
81 2338 Is pending In the Cir-
cuit Court for DADE County
Florida. Probate Division, the
address of which Is 73 West
Flagler Street. Miami. Florida
33130 The personal represent
aUve of the estate is Stephen A
Wayner whose address U 9146
S W 87th Avenue. Miami. Flor.
Ida 33176 The name and ad-
dress of the personal repre
sentative s attorney are set
forth below
All persons having claims 01
demands against the estate are
required WITHIN THREE
MONTHS FROM THE DAT*:
THE FIRST PI HI.1CA
THIN OF THIS NOTICE to file
with the clerk of the above
court a written statement of
any claim or demand they may
have Each claim must be In
anting and must Indicate the
basis for the claim, the name
and address of the creditor or
his agent or attorney and the
amount claimed If the claim is
not yet due the date when It
will become due shall be
slated If the claim is contin
gent or unliquidated. the
nature of the uncertainty shall
be stated If the claim is se-
cured, the security shall be de-
scribed The claimant, shall
deliver sufficient copies of the
claim to the clerk to enable the
clerk to mall one ropy to each
personal representative
All persons interested in the
estate lo whom a copy of this
Notice of Administration has
been mailed are required.
WITHIN THREE MONTHS
FROM THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE, to file any 00
jecUons they may have that
challenges the validity of the
decedent's will, the quail
flcaUona of ihe personal re
presentaUve. or the venue 01
jurisdiction of the court.
ALL CLAIMS. DEMANDS
AND OBJECTIONS NOT SC
FIIJT.D WILL BE FOREVER
HAHRED
Date of the first pubUcallor
of this Notice of Admimstrs
Uon May 22.1991
As Personal Representative
of the Estate of
KALMANREVE
Deceased
Attorney for personal
repre sentative
PETER H. LEAVY. RJM .
WAYNER 4 LEAVT. PA.
9146S W 87th Ave
Stc 8146
Miami. Florida 33176
CIRCUIT in y"0,Cll
O*t>EC0UNTV: ;
FAMILY O.V.Slrj!'04 '
NOT,CSOF0^,Ok
O'SSOLUTlONOe
IN RE M*"'*
drM,tonrrHu*M*
FANYEUKRY
Kesponoern W|f-
TO FANYEDery
19 Rur ,,
Mai son
Juin
*l

iciiandediatal
Alford Paris
'"" Mailall vou sna ,_.?
required to ssrv.. res,1?*
written defense, ifTJ, Z*
Attorney ,0, Ivt.uon,^
'Ml Noru,S
.111 Ver.,,. Norvn J
Beach f :., .,c J
">eorKin.ilviitM^clfrt0("
uurt onortwfew
'"rrwue.72!
men) ,. .
Petition
feOHtigj
'
IN "i
*n han m
Sr U. Or \.
MIAMI \
'
RJCHARJ 1 DRINKER
karl
B) pefead
'Irn
H LAWRENCE ASHER
PetltHaar
IOII North Kasl l3t9.An
North Miami Heat n.FiaSK
' 449U6.
Ma) K 13.8.31 :k
T-ephon. ^" ollh-|,f.lUr.,.Apri,.V9..
"ai"!*,'"' Hll-HAHI'P HRINKER
IN THE CIRCUIT COUBTO*
THE ELEVENTH JUOICIil
CIRCUIT INANDFOI
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
Case No II 4USFC
FAMILY DIVISION
IN HE The Mamas?Of
Jl UKTBI VI HI.EY ROUE
Petitioner wile
anil
ALFRED VI ROLL!
Responrk nt Husband
NOTICE OF \CTI0S
TO Mr Allretlw Rolle
Frerport
Grand Manama
YOl ARE NOTIFIED IHsl
an at tlon for Dissolution d
Marriage has been flh*
against vou and you tre
required If -erve a cop) of you"
ntten delensrs. if any. toil on
IVAN A SCHERTZER
ESQUIRE Petitioner s
Attorney hose sdortai u
UEBERMAM BENJAMIN
AND ASSOCIATES. P A III
Sunset Drue Miami. Fknds
on or before June J ISM.
file the original with the CVrt
of this (teirt either Betorr Kn-
ur on Petitioner's Attorney or
immediately thereafter oWf
wise a default will be "HTM
against you lor Ui "H"
demanded in the Petition
WITNESS my hand ind M
NOTICE UNOks
FICTITIOUS NAMi LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
c;iVEN that the undersigned
desiring lo engage In business
under the fictitious names of 11
Executive 21 Vacation Times
at PO Boa 531079 Miami.
Florida 33IT3 Intends to
register said names with the
Orrs of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida
Executive Services
of Miami. Inc .
a Florida Corporation
Bruce M Boiko. Esq
3061 Saixedo St
Coral Cables Florida 33134
Attorney for
Executive Services
ol Miami. Inc..
a Florida Corp
08*48 May IB. 33. 39.
_________________Junes, 1S9I
Tiers ol the Circuit Caul
Bj M I Hartnett
' Deputy (Terk
afssa Ma) > i5 2t..M
I
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious name of
sol TH ACCEITANCE CORP
intends lo register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida
MERCEDES SOI TH
ACCEPTANCE CORP
By William Taylor. Pres
DANIEL MONES. P A
Attorney for
MERCEDES SOI TH
AIXEITANCECOKP
45110 Hlscayne Blvd ,
Suite 300
Miami. Florida33137
U9e30 May 8. IB 23. 39. 1981*
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVEN
that Ihe undersigned, desiring
to engage in business under the
fictitious name Norton
Supermarket at 314-16 Alton
Road. Miami Beach. Florida.
Intend to register said name
with Ihe Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida
Martore Inc
Attorneys for
Harvey D Friedman
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach Fla
May 15. 33 Pt
JuneB. 19*1
NOTICE OF ACTI0"
CONSTRUCTIVE SEHVICl
(NO PROPERTY)
INTMECIRCUITCOUBTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICAl
CIRCUITOF FLORIDA. I"
ANO FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action NO IM1UFC
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAOE
IN RE THE MUtKIAOEOF
QENN \m H'AMASCO
PeUUoner Husband
ANTONKTTK DA.MASC0
Respondent Wife ^
, ANTONKTTK DAHA9W
1649 Hames Avenue
Bronx N*5. Sl}
YOL ARE ,,KKfcjL
TOTED that an sction w
DiL.lu.ion ..< W^a
:::r;r KTgsS
s"'" ,2A MTmelhe^
FtorHSmUia ..nJ ''l'71St
.iwt.t court onof b''0'TeWJii
wUlbeentrre.iagsin.')"'
the relief ocn.anded ui
.anptainlorpelijwn ^
This not if. *",l|Eu,co
on.e ea. Ii W*9* ",r 'r JE
wrutiNr weeks m THfc
Tt
ISHFU'KIDiXN dtM
v,ITNESS my hand
Florida on this 11 aw
'"rk-hakdp bkin
AsClerk OrcultOwn
liade County. rT0"
As Deputy CM-hT
1 Circuit
ARTHI


Ld.y,May29.1981
*JeistncrkHsn
Pagell-A
Public Notice
in THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DAOE COUNTY
Civil ActiNO.l-JIM FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The Marriage Of
LAM.YGAILDE8
jARDINS,
Petitioner-Wife.
GENE DBS JARDINS .
Respondent-Husband,
xo Mr (MiwUm Jardlns
Residence Unknown
YOl ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that an action for Dlsso
lution of Marriage has been
filed against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your
written defenses. If any to it on
ARTHUR H I.IPSON. attorney
(or Petitioner, whoae address Is
;51is N W 17 St.. Suite 216.
Miami Florida, and file the
.internal with the clerk of the
state styled court on or before
lune :i 1981. otherwise a
default will be entered against
you (or the relief demanded in
Uiecomplaint or petition
WITNESS my nand and the
*-: >( said court at Miami
Florida ii this 7 day. of May.
IM1
KlCHARDP BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Padet'ounly Elorlda
By A D Wade
As Deputy Clerk
Mil May IS. 23.29.
_____ June 8.1981
IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITINANDFOR
DAOE COUNTY.FLORIDA
FAMILY DIVISION
Case No II 7022 FC
NOTICE BY
PUBLICATION
N RE The Marriage Of
MOHAN TAHAU
Ml SHA.NI> PETITIONER
vs
MARILYN YVONNE TAHAI.
WIFE RESPONDENT
P' XI XKILYN YVONNE
' XIIAI.
I. .':<<;ilpenSl
\|.1 No 210
Denver. Colorado 8021"
YOl ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that a Petition for Dlsso
lution of your Marriage has
been filed, and you are hereby
required to serve a copy of your
xr.su .-r to the Husband's at tor
ne> DONALD F FROST.
EM) L* S W 8th Street.
Miami, Florida 33130. and file
the original with the Office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court
or or before the 12 day of June.
1K"| or the allegations will be
taken as confessed against you.
ami ,i I lelaull will be entered
DATED at Miami. Dade
Count> Florida, this 6 day of
May 1981
RICHARD P BRINKEK
Circuit Court Clerk
By Clannda Brown
As Deputy Clerk
09*58 May 15. 22. 29
__ June 8. 1981
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUSNAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned.
desiring to engage in business
under the flCtl&OUl names of .
South Dadr Servn e II Kirsl
Choice at i'o Bom S21079
i Florida 33172 Intends to
register said names with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida
Executive Services
of Miami. Inc.,
a Florida Corp
Bruce M Boiko. Esq .
30X1 Salzedo St
2nd Floor
Coral Gables. Florida 33134
Attorney for
Executive Services
of Miami. Inc
*? May 15. 23.39:
Junes. 19*1
INTHECIRCUITCOURT
FOR
DAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File No II Ml 01
IN RE ESTATE OF
SZMUL COLDBAUM
Deceased
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
The administration of the
estate of Szmul Goldbaum
deceased. File Number 81-348.
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 addresses of
the personal representative
and the personal representa-
tive's attorney are set forth
below
All interested persons are
required to file with this court,
WITHIN THREE MONTHSOF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE: 1) all
claims against the estate and
21 any objection by an In-
terested person to whom notice
was mailed that challenges the
validity of the will the qualifi-
cations of the personal repre-
sentative, venue, or nirisdlc
tlon of the court
ALL CLAIMS AND OBJEC-
TIONS NOT SO FILED WILL
BE FOREVER BARKFII
Publication of this Notice has
begun on May IS. 1981
Personal Representative
David Goldbaum
951 Rockland Avenue
Montreal, Quebec. Canada
Attorney for
Personal Representative
IOSHUA D MANASTER.
ESQ. .
Suite 1746.
One Blscayne Tower
2 South Blscayne Blvd
Miami. Florida 33131
Telephone 3051 3587880
IKI8SK May 15, 22. 29. 1981
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
N that the undersigned,
desiring to engage in business
under the fictitious names 1 I
Carefree 21 Not to be Missed at
Bon 521079 Miami. Florida
173 intends to register said
names with the Clerk of the
HI Court of Dade fountx
Honda
Executive Services
of Miami I
a Florida Corp
M Hoiko. Esq
I redo St.
Coral Cables. Florida 33134
Attorney for
Exsx utlve Services
"f Miami. Inc
09M7 May 15.33.29.
____ Juno 8. 1981_
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IB HEREBY
MX EN that the undersigned.
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious names of 11
fortune 2) Todays Trend at
{* Box 521079 Miami. Florida
B"2 Intends to register said
"jmea with the Clerk of the
j-ycuit Court of Dade County.
Florida
Executive Services
of Miami. Inc..
_ a Florida Corp
Bruce M Boiko Esq
*Wl SalsedoSt.
-oral Gables. Florida 8*184
Attorney for
Executive Services
"Miami. Inc.
ow May IB. 13. 89;
Junes, 1881
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUSNAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage in business
under the fictitious names of 11
Miami Professional Services 21
Sun Times at P O Box 521079,
Miami. Florida 33172 intends to
register said names with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida
Executive Services
of Miami. Inc..
a Florida Corp
Bruce M Boiko. Esq .
3081 Salzedo St
Coral Gables. Florida 33134
Attorney for
Executive Services
of Miami. Inc
09850 May 15. 22. 29.
June 5. 1981
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUSNAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious name
I- (MIDLAND SUPERMARKET
at 4500 N W' 183rd Street.
Miami. Florida Intend to
register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
I iade County. Florida
C-TOWN SUPERMARKET.
INC
100 Percent sole owner
ORTA. RODRIGUEZ *
ASBOC
Attorneys for C-TOWN
SI PERMARKET. INC
2091 Coral Way. Miami. Fl
098*7 May 22, 29.
JuneS. 12.1981
N4jBfCE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(BJ PROPERTY)
INTHOJCIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action
No.II 74U FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The Marriage Of
ICILDA LYTTLE.
Petitioner-Wife,
and
RONALD GEORGE
LYTTLE.
Respondent-Husband
TO RONALD GEORGE
LYTTLE
118 Hagley Park Road
Kingston 11. Jamaica
YOL' ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that an action for Disso-
lution of Marriage has been
filed against vou and you are
required lo serve a copy of your
written defenses. If any. to lion
DAVID S BERGER. ATTOR-
NEY FOR Petitioner whose
address is 999 Washington
Avenue. Miami Beach. Florida
33139. and file the original with
the clerk of the above styled
court on or before June 19.
1981, otherwise a default will
be entered against you for the
relief demanded In the com-
plaint or petition
This notice shall be published
once each week for for consec-
utive weeks In THE JEWISH
FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami.
Florida on this 15 day of May,
1981
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
BvC.P Copeland
As Deputy Clerk
i Circuit Court Seal I
DAVIDS BERGER
999 Washington Ave.
Miami Beach. Florida 33139
Telephone 3061872-3100
09885 May 23. 29:
JuneS. 12. 1981
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITOF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action
NO 10 10414 FC 27
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The Marriage Of
SARAH R COHEN.
Petitioner,
and
BRUCEF COHEN.
Respondent
TO BRUCE F.COHEN.
Residence Unknown
YOl ARE HEREBX.
NOTI fled that an action for
Dissolution of Marriage has
been filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of
vuur written defenses If any. to
It on David A Karp attorney
for Petitioner, whose address is
Javiu and Karp. 3550 Blscayne
Boulevard Suite 504. Miami,
Florida 331371. and file the
original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before
June 19. 1981. 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 tour con-
secuUve weeks In THE JEW
ISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami.
Florida on this 14 day of May.
1981
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By K Self tied
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Boa)
DAVID A. KARP. eoq..
JAVTTS and KARP
S5B0 Blscayne Blvd..
Suite 804
Miami. Florida 8S18T
T>*ephone<10S>87*B86
May U. SS;
Junes. U. 1981
affidavit
under fictitious
name statute
STATE OF FLORIDA )
COUNTY OF DADE ) IS:
The undersigned, under oath,
says It is the intention of the
undersigned to engage In a
business enterprise under the
flctltlus name of J J AC
CURSIO & COMPANY. INC
i, .iieu at juauu south Federal
Highway. Homestead. Florida
33030. in the City of Homestead,
Dade County. Florida
Those Interested In said
enterprise, and the extent of
the Interest of each, Is as
follows
By: James J. Accurslo
Interest 100 percent
Vice President
30800 South Federal
Highway. Homestead,
Florida 33030
Accurslo Realty. Inc.. a
Florida corporation
Sworn to and subscribed to
before me. at Miami. Florida,
this 24th day of April. 1981
MlcheleS Baum
Notary Public.
State of Florida
at Large
My Commission Expires:
Oct 10. 1982
09869 May 22. 29:
JuneS. 12. 1981
INTHE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 11 1375
Division 03
IN RE ESTATE OF
NORMANDG SCHWARZ
Deceased
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING
CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
AGAINST THE ABOVE
ESTATE AND ALL OTHER
PERSONS INTERESTED IN
THE ESTATE
YOU ARE HEREBY
NOTIFIED that the ad-
ministration of the estate of
NORMAND G SCHWARZ.
deceased. File Number 811376
i OS i. Is pending In the Circuit
Court for Dade County.
Florida. Probate Division, the
address of which Is 73 West
Flagler Street. Miami. Florida
38130. The personal rep-
resentative of the estate Is
ANTONETTE SCHWARZ.
whose address is 4450 Post
Avenue Miami Beach.
Florida The name and address
of the personal rep-
resentative's attorney are set
forth be low
All persons having claims or
demands against the estate are
required, WITHIN THREE
MONTHS FROM THE DATE
OF THE FIRST PUBLIC A
TION OF THIS NOTICE, to file
with the clerk of the above
court a written statement of
any claim or demand they may
have. Each claim must be In
writing and must Indicate the
basis for the claim, the name
and address of the creditor or
his agent or attorney, and the
amount claimed, if the claim Is
not yet due, the date when It
will become due shall be
stated If the claim Is contln
gent or unliquidated, the
nature of the uncertainty shall
be stated. If the claim Is se
cured, the security shall be de-
scribed The claimant, shall
deliver sufficient copies of the
claim to the clerk to enable the
clerk to mall one copy to each
1 personal representative.
All persons Interested In the
estate to whom a copy of this
Notice of Administration has
been mailed are required.
WITHIN THREE MONTHS
FROM THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE, to file any ob-
jections they may have that
challenges the validity of the
decedent's will, the quail
flcatlons of the personal re-
presentative, or the venue or
lurlsdlctlon of the court.
ALL CLAIMS. DEMANDS.
AND OBJECTIONS NOT SO
FILED WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED
Date of the first publication
of this Notice of
Administration May 22. 1981
ANTONETTE SCHWARZ
As Personal Representative
of the Estate of
NORMANDG SCHWARZ.
Deceased
ATTORNEY FOR PERSON
REPRESENTATIVE
JAY DERMF.R LAW OF
FICES
420 Lincoln Rd 327
Miami Beach, Fla 33139
Telephone 13061 531 6826
09X83 May 22, 29, 1981
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITOF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FAMILY DIVISION
Civil Action
No II 7435 FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: The Marriage Of:
ANDREW D HOWARD
Petlloner-Husband
MAGNOLIA T HOWARD
Respondent-Wife.
TO MAGNOLIA T.
HOWARD
315 Corona Street
Winston Salem.
North Carolina 27103
vou are hereby notified that
an action for Dissolution of
Marriage has been filed
against you and you are re-
quired to serve a copy of your
written defenses. If any to It on
Paul Kwltnev. Kwltney. Kroop
and Schelnber^ PA attorney
(or Petitioner, whose address Is
420 Lincoln Road Suite 512.
Miami Beach. Florida 33139.
and file the original with the
clerk of the above styled court
on or before June 19. 1981:
otherwise a default will be
entered against you for the
relief demanded In the com
plaint or petition.
This notice shall be published
once each week for four con
secutlve weeks In THE JEW
ISH FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami.
Florida, on this 16 day of May,
iDBI
RICHARD P. BRINKER
Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By Willie Bradshaw Jr.
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal!
KWITNEY. KROOP*
3CHEINBERG, P..A.
410 Lincoln Road -
Suite 613
Miami Beach. Florida 88189
Telephone (808) 688-WT6
Attorn^ tor Petitioner
OMM MaySl.it;
June 6.11.1881
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No.81 -7408 FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: The Marriage Of:
JUAN RAMON ARAUJO.
Husband,
and
MARIFLOR ARAUJO.
Wife
TO: MARIFLOR ARAUJO
I Residence Address
Unknown
I YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that an action for Disso-
lution of Marriage has been
filed against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your
written defenses, if any. to It on
ARTH1 R H LIPSON, attorn*)
lor Petitioner, whose address is
IMS N XX IS! ST SI ITE 216.
XII XXII FLA., and file the
original with the clerk o( the
above styled court on or before
June IS 1981 otherwise a
ill will he enusrod .igainsi
you (Of the relief demanded In
in. i omplalnl or petition
WITNESS my hand and the
seal o( laid court at Miami.
Florida on this 13 day of May
RICHARD P. BRINKER
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By C P Copeland
As Deputy Clerk
09865 May 15. 22.29.
JuneS, 1981
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File No. 11-1170
Division
Feather stone
IN RE ESTATE OF
MORITZ BERGER
Deceased
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING
CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
AGAINST THE ABOVE
ESTATE AND ALL OTHER
PERSONS INTERESTED IN
THE ESTATE
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that the administration
of the estate of MORITZ BER
GER. dereaaed. File No.81 -
1870. Is pending in the Circuit
Court for Dade County. Flor
Ida. Probate Division, the
address of which Is Dade
County Courthouse. Probate
Division. Miami. Florida 33180.
The personal representative of
the estate Is RACHEL FINIF
TER and PHILLIP BERGER.
whose address is 3120 N.E.
166th Street, North Miami
Beach. Florida 33180 The
name and address of the per-
sonal representative s attorney
are set forth below
All persons having claims or
demands against the estate are
required. WITHIN THREE
MONTHS FROM THE DATE
OF THE FIRST PUBLICA-
TION OF THIS NOTICE, to file
with the clerk of the above
court a written statement of
any claim or demand they may
have. Each claim must be In
writing and must Indicate the
basis for the claim, the name
and address of the creditor or
his agent or attorney, and the
amount claimed If the claim Is
not yet due. the date when It
will become due shall be
stated. If the claim la contin-
gent or unliquidated, the
nature of the uncertainty shall
be -stated. If the claim la se-
cured, the security shall be de-
scribed The claimant, shall
deliver sufficient copies of the
claim to the clerk to enable the
clerk to mall one copy to each
personal representative
All persons Interested In the
estate to whom a copy of this
Notice of Administration has
been mailed are required,
WITHIN THREE MONTHS
FROM THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE, to file any ob-
jections they may have that
challenges the validity of the
decedents wllL the quail
i flcatlons of the personal re-
! presentatlve. or the venue or
! lurlsdlctlon of the court
I ALL CLAIMS. DEMANDS.
, AND OBJECTIONS NOT SO
FILED WUX BE FOREVER
I BARRED
Date of the first publication
of this Notice of Admlnlstra
tlon: May 22.1981.
PHILLIP BERGER
As Personal Representative
of the Estate of
MORTIZ BERGER
Deceased
ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL
REPRESENTATIVE
Myron B Berman, Esq ,
fiVimlBsich. Florida 331.0
Telephone i 3051 932 7222
QtgTfJ May 22. 29. 1981
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
' NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned.
desiring to engage in business
under the fictitious names of 1)
ISouthern Hospitality 2)
Famous at P O Box 521079
Miami, Florida 33172 Intends to
register said names with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida
Executive Services
of Miami. Inc.,
a Florida Corp
Bruce M Boiko. fisq..
3081 Salzedo St
Coral Gables Florida 33134
Attorney for
Executive Services
of Miami, Inc .
a Florida Corp.
09844 May 16, 22 29.
June 5. 1981
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUSNAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious names of 1)
Last Word Services 21 Lighting
Services at P.O. Box 521079.
Miami. Florida 38172 Intends to
register said names with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida
Executive Services
of Miami, Inc..
a Florida Corp
Bruce M Boiko, Esq
3081 SalsedoSt.
2nd Floor
Coral Gables. Florida 33134
Attorney for
Executive Servlcea
of Miami Inc
a Fla Corp
09839 May 15. 22. 29.
June 5, 1981
------------NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned.
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious name 119
Plaza at 805-89 N.W 119th
I Street and 841 51 N W 119th St
i No. Miami. Fla. Intends to
register said name with the
Clerk ot" the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida
Alfonso Pobletl. Trustee
Gulllermo Sostchln. Esq.
Attorney for
Alfonso Pobletl,
Trustee
09815 May8.16, 22. 39.1881
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN ANDFOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
Case No.81-7470 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
IN RE The Marriage Of
CHARLESS BURKE
Petitioner
I and ,
MARY ANN BURKE
Respondent
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: MARY ANN BURKE
RESIDENCE UNKNOWN
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
an action for dissolution of
' marriage has been filed
i against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your
written defenaea. If any, on BJ.
LEVY, Attorney for Petitioner,
8*8 N.E 187 St.. N.M.B., Fl.
33163 on or before June 19,1981.
and file the original with the
clerk of this court: otherwise a
default will be entered against
you.
De.*d May 18.1881
RICHARD P BRINKER
By A.D. Wade
Aa Deputy Clerk
1 May a. IS;
June 8.11.1981
I------------NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUSNAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN thai the undersigned,
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious name
CARNAVAL at 730 West 29th
Street. Hlaleah. Florida in-
tends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
RVC CORPORATION
730 Weat 29th Street
Hlaleah. Florida
HARVEY D FRIEDMAN.
ESQ
Attorney for
;r V CCORPORATION
420 Lincoln Road -
Suite 379
Miami Beach, Florida 33139
,H336 May 16,22. 29:
.________________June B 19S1
' NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage In busl.^as
under the fictitious names ol 1)
Prestlege 21 Sophisticated at
P.O Box 521079 Miami, FlorldA
33172 Intends to register said
names with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida
Executive Services
of Miami. Inc..
a Florida Corp.
Bruce M. Boiko. Esq
3081 Salzedo St.
Coral Gables. Florida 38134
Attorney for
Executive Services
of Miami. Inc.
09841 May 16. 23. 39:
June 6. 1981
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITINANDFOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
FAMILY DIVISION
Cast No.81 -7f 7 FC
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN RE The Marriage Of:
NESTOR SKAARBREVIK.
Petitioner-Husband
va.
OLGATANIA
GONZALEZ PEREZ.
Respondent-Wife
TO OLGATANIA
GONZALEZ PEREZ
Rabl No 861 Apt 14
e-Correa
y Encamaclon
La Habana, Cuba
YOl OLGA TANIA GON
ZALES PEREZ are hereby,
notified to file your answer to
this Petition for Dissolution of)
Marriage with the Clerk of the
Court and mall a copy to Petl
tloner Attorney DANIEL
J GALLUP. 2366 Salzedo Street.
Coral Gables. Florida. 33134. on
or before June 19. 1981 else Pe
tltlon will be taken as con
leased
This 18 day of May. 1981
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk Circuit Court
ByS.A. Byrd
Deputy Clerk
09880 May
June 6
ay 22. 29A
. 12.19811,
>.n-r SB
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITINANDFOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
FAMILY DIVISION
CsseNo.il/442 FC
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN RE The Marriage Of:
UOSE JULIO MODESTO.
Petitioner Husband
SARAH MODESTO.
Respondent-Wife
TO SARAH MODESTO
Residence Unknown
YO'" SARAH MODESTO are
hereby notified to file your
answer to this Petition for Dis-
solution of Marriage with the
Clerk >f the Court and mail a
copy to Petitioner s Attorney
DANIEL GALLUP. 2356
Salzedo Street. Coral Gables.
Florida. 3S1S4. on or before
June 19. 1981 else Petition will
be taken as confessed
This 18 day of May. 1981.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
Clerk Circuit Court
By S. A Byrd
Deputy Clerk
09879 May 22, 29:
June 5. 12. 1981
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUSNAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
IX'EN that the undersigned.
Ideslclng to engage In business
rider the fictitious name South
"ixinly JeWlsh Journal at 130
N.E. 8th Street. Miami, Fit
182 Intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the
rcult Court of Dade County.
_ lortda
JFred K. Shochet. Owner
08811 May 8, IB. 23, M. 1881
----


lr
+Jfitf lkridktr_
May
DEALS AT
NORTON
SINCE 1924
TIRE CO.
SAFETY
SERVICE
CENTER
; [MFGoodrich
T
RADIAL
WHITES

"53T
185x14
ER78-14
205x14
215x14
HR78-14
205x15
215x15
GR70-15
GR78-15
225x15
230x15
TfiiCT
56.86
66.86
59.43
64.21
.18
XCA LIGHT
TRUCK TIRES
_gi_
700x15
6 ply tubeless
PRICE
77.66
750x16 j
18 ply tube-type
96.30
1800x16.51
8 ply lubeiess !
96.85
J75X16.S
8 ply tubeless j
104.81
)50x16.5
8 ply tubeless
119.59
10x16.5
8 ply tubeless
124.64
ELI
304
4.14
3 88
4.27
4.88
4.88
TET
2.30
2.51
2.84
3.00
2.91
2.91
2.95
3.34
3.36
XZX TUBELESS
BLACKWALL
SIZE
155x12
145x13
155x13
165x13
165x1.4
175x14
165x15
PRICE
40.67
37.59
42.90
48.13
50.16
54.85
53.24
F.E.T.
1.39
1.32
1 48
1.61
1.73
2.06
1.81
CLM
A STRONG, STABLE
TIRE AT A MOST
I AFFORD ABLE PRICE I
P155/80B13
o?
4BS'
$wattKt
SIZE
P165/80B13
2.60 I P175/80B13
P185/75B14
P195/75B14
P205/75B14
P215/75B14
2.72 P225/75B14
P205/75B15
P215/75B15
P225/75B15
P235/75B15
PRICE
275
F.E.T.
1.51
29.37
1.75
32.85
188
34^58
2.11
35.25
222
36^56
2.33
38.30_
35^
37.42
39.38
41-23
2 56
226
2.48
2.67
3.06
P-METRIC
POLYESTER CORD
FIBERGLASS
BELT
Fiberglass cord
belts for strength
and stability
Polyester cord body
for a smooth, quiet
ride.
Belted construction
for good mileage
and tract ion
Wide whrtewall for
up-to-date styling
il^Goodrich
UFESAVER
XLM
P-METRIC
P185
80R13
rPlus1 97
FET
'ft****,
P205/70R13
P175/75R14
PRICE FET
48.15 221
43.78; i*7
P185/75R14
P195/75R14
P205/75R14
P215/75R14
P205/75R15
P215/75R15
P225/75R15
P235/75R15
48.15 2 9
52.53 233
54.71
248
55.81 12 58
56.9012 5
59.09
2.75
61.28 2 93
65.66 3.1
NORTON
TIRE C
CORAL OAW.ES HIA11AH/WMM SPfWOS) MILE
B*a 4 OougMa Road *4t,exr 1275401* si 822 2500
NOmHMIAMI MIAMI AiRRORT
13360 NW7m Ava 68V854' N W 25 Si & MMn Dairy Rd 593-1101
PLANTATION
381 N StataRd 7 567-2*6
MKTY
on
MASTER CARO VISA
N MIAMI MACH
l700N63rdSt 945-7454
MIAMI ACM
UMADonHoM 672-5353
SOOTH DAOE
BOWS DoUaHwy 867-7575
cutler rk>oe
2O390S OtalaHwy 233-5241
AM RICA* EXPRESS DINER S CLUB
Bird A QUomny Rda 562-6656
KCNOAU. OR ./HIOATE SOUARE
13872 S W SStti St 387 0128
MOMMTIAO
3O1O0 S FtdnlHwy 247-022
W. HOLLYWOOD
497 S StataRd 7 987-04SO
FT. LAUOEROALE
174QE SurtnaaBrvd 463 7588
mMNi
2604 Sou* 4th SI 464-8O20
VKHOaCACH
441 & w Comnwc* Btvd 736-2772 755 2t Straat 967 "74
TAMARAC OMANOO
N UnMjraNy Or al McNab Rd 72V4700 3620 E Colonial Or 696-"4i
pompano macm winter mrk
3151 N ftwHwy 943-42O0 881 S Orlando Ava 645-530*
WEST W1M EACH OAYTONA BEACH
515 Sooth Otala 632-3044 o07 VouM Ava 255-7487
LAKE PARK/N MALM MACH NAPLES
532 N LMtBM 848-2544 2065 E Tamtam. Tf 774 444'
OEERWELO MACH
2265 W I It oro BtvO 427-6SO0


m
Federation to Honor Young Leaders "flewislh Floridiail
ndi
er have
reap
Simon and Michael
been selected as the
...p.nts of the Greater
i Jewish Federation's Stan-
r Myers President's
teship Award for outstand
Lyng leadership to be
ntwi at the Federation's
Annual Meeting, on
JlMirrrf > vening. June 10. at
[Carfllon Hotel.
h, ,ward, named in honor of
founding president of the
hter Miami Jewish Federa-
ls been awarded annually
kl, 1957 to recognize young
pi,, of outstanding promise
have shown an active in-
^ ,n the Federation, its
nbined Jewish Appeal-Israel
0getu Fund campaign, and
Ifunih of agencies. The honor
luiowledgi s 'Aceptional service
d,.rcl and makes possible
tmunilvwids recognition of
pg leaders with special
Mtial
better tamiliari/.e the award
nncts with the many facets of
*h lit* ;n America. they will
Ithegui si of the Federation at
li raJ \s-eml>l> of the
kuncil I'wish Federations, to
[held m St Uuis in November.
n announcing the award re-
I Harry A. (Ilapl Levy,
bsidenl of the Greater Miami
Federation, said that
.. aders represent the
tinuit) of the quality Jewish
lmniun.il life which has devel-
in Greater Miami.'' "I am
lofident." he continued, "that
ership and dedication
bndi and Michael have shown
fi-r Ihi years will be emulated
ptnnl\ by their contemporaries.
ut bj the next generation as
It is a source of inestimable
that we can count them
non^ our own."
Miami. Florida Friday. May 29. 1981
SECTION B
Counting of the Omer
Mivhuel Adler
Sandi Simon is the newly
elected vie* president for cam-
paign of Federation's women's
Division She has most recently.
served .is co-chairman ot the
Women's Division South Dade
Campaign, as well as Federa-
tions Planning and Budgeting
Committee and the National
United Jewish Appeal's Young
Women's Leadership Cabinet
In additi w she has served as
chairman < Miami Shalom. Fed-
eration's ongoing program to
welcome new members of the
Jewish community
In kddition to her Federation
involvement, Mrs Simon is a
member of the National Long
Flange Planning Committee of
the union of American Hebrew
Congregations, and has served as
membership co-chairman of
Temple Beth Am as well as presi-
dent of its sisterhood.
Michael Adler most recently
Sandi Simon
served as chairman of the Chazak
Mission to Israel The Chazak
Program is Federation's
leadership development program
specifically designed for young
business and professional men.
He had served as a member of
federation's Board of Directors
and as chairman of Federation's
Young Adults Division, of which
he is a founder. Adler has played
an instrumental role in the Build-
ers, Heal Fstate and Allied
Trades Division of the 1981 CJA-
ll'.F.
He has also served as a
member of the Board of Directors
of the Central Agency for Jewish
Fducation, as well as a Board
member of the American Jewish
Joint Distribution Committee.
Adler is a member of the
Young Leadership Cabinet of the
National United Jewish Appeal.
He is a member of both Temple
Fmanu-El and Temple Beth
Shalom.
By RABBI
MILTON SCHLINSKY
Of all the commandments that
are given in our Torah, I can
think of no other law than the one
concerning the Counting of the
Omer, which lasts over such a
lengthy period of time. The es-
sential part of this Halacha is
that from the second night of
Passover we begin counting 49
days until the holiday of
Shavuoth. In ancient times, this
was observed by special offerings
in the Temple.
In modern times, the Omer is
observed by a special blessing
and the enumeration of that day
at the conclusion of the evening
service. By and large, most
people are affected by this law
only because some rabbi informs
the family that "their child can-
not get married during this
period of time because of a plague
to Hillel's students." Thus, many
learn about this Mitzvah in a
negative manner.
YET IN my own personal
view, the Omer has many
positive aspects that cannot be
derived from any other com-
mandment. In advertising
classes, they teach that its not
always the size of the ad. but the
fact that it is constantly
repeated, that causes people to
remember it. This is true of the
Omer counted 49 times in a
row, the feeling that each person
must do it for himself, and it can-
not be relegated or delegated to
someone else, teaches us the im-
Dr. and Mrs. Moskowitz Honored
By Bar-Dan University
Two new Miami Beach
esidtnts were honored
icently at Bar-Ilan Uni-
srsity in Israel. They are
Jr. and Mrs. Irving Mosk-
Jwitz. who have endowed a
.'hair for the Study of His-
oric Kretz Yisrael.
Ceremonies, which included
he inauguration of the Chair to
held by Prof. Yehuda Feliks.
>k place at Bar-Ilan in Ramat-
an The Chair will undertake
search on Kretz Yisrael within
l historic borders, including
udea. Samaria, the Golan, and
revioua Jewish settlements in
ransiordan. Lebanon and Syria.
ACCORDING to Prof. Feliks.
search will concentrate on
ininn new insights into daily
h of the Mishna and Talmud
riod through archaeological
Kcavation. Also slated are the
liblical ion of periodicals and the
ranting of graduate degrees on
be Master'sTevel.
Prior to his arrival in Miami
each Dr Moskowitz, was a
ell known physician in the Los
Dgeles area, where he was re-
ponsible for the construction of
osnitala and involved in
nilanthropic activities
heritable institutions.
One of 13 children of an immi-
r*nt family. Dr. Moskowitz
d the MD degree in 1962.
1 and his wife, Cherna. then
Dr. and Mrs. Moskowitz
owitz gift to Bar-Ilan that
"Cherna and Irving Moskowitz
have set standards for excellence
in charitable endeavors."
Speaking at the inauguration
in Ramat-Gan. Dr. Moskowitz
said that the Jewish people had
been reunited with their land and
can now fully express their legi-
mate rights. Seemingly innocent
phrases, such as demands for le-
the gilimate rights of the Palestin-
of ians. are in reality code words for
the destruction of Israel.
He noted that anti-Semitism
has passed through three stages
first the paternalistic, when
Jews were told where they could
live; then the hostile, when they
were told where they could not
live; and third, when they were
told that they could not live.
"Today, the Jewish people are
at home and reject being told
where they can and can not live.
They will continue to exercise
their legitimate rights by settling
and rebuilding all of Kretz
Yisrael."
Bar-Ilan. said Dr. Moskowitz.
is steeped in the history and
tradition of the Jewish people.
My wife and I look on the inau-
guration of the Chair as a fulfil-
ment not as a conclusion of a
cherished dream."
Also at the ceremonies were
Israel's Chief Rabbi Shlomo
Goren, Minister of Education
Zevulun Hammer, and Members
of the Knesset, rabbis, leading
settlers from Judea and Samaria,
and academicians.
Nevel Chairs
Daoud Luncheon
Joseph Nevel, president of the
Miami Beach Chamber of Com-
merce, has been named general
chairman of a Testimonial
Luncheon Committee which will
hold a tribute to Miami Beach
City Commissioner Alex Daoud
Wednesday. June 3. at 12 noon at
the Embers Restaurant.
Daoud. former vice mayor of
Miami Beach, has filed reelection
to the commission seat which he
won two years ago in his first try
for elective office.
Or Olom Late Service
Temple Or Olom presents a
late night service. Friday at
10:30 p.m.. for all singles and
young marrk>d, followed by a
wine and cheese Oneg Shabbat.
"led in Long Beach. Calif.,
here he served his internship
and established a large practice.
He has been a national vice
rodent of the Zionist Organi-
"n of America, a national vice
>;r'"ient of the ZOA South
pacific Region, and president of
' Jewish National Fund of
uthcrn California. He has also
r|: actively involved in Bonds
1 Israel and is presently a
1 ml,er of the ZOA National Ex
wutive Committee.
ABRAHAM SPIEGEL, preai
*nt of the West Coast Friends of
Br Man. said of the latest Mosk
pat

portance of the individual.
In a growing world, the signifi-
cance of the human being has un-
fortunately been put down. We
are either classified as young or
old, rich or poor, white or black,
pro or con, conformist or non-
conformist. The individual thus
cries out for recognition: I am
somebody, I don't fit into the
mold, I was put on this earth
structured mentally different
from anyone else. I am some-
body. Because of me the world
was created.
Therefore, the Omer counts
everyday 49 times in a row to say
you must do it by yourself. You
must count for something. Your
ideas, your thoughts, your being
can count, must count.
THE OMER as we have
already mentioned also is tinged
with a historical fact of sadness.
This, too, in cognizance of the
Omer. should be a positive factor.
Life is not a laughing matter, it
really is no joke. The art of living
life to its fullest is something that
must be learned through both
good and bad times. The serious-
ness of life is the ability to make
the life we are given to be used
wisely.
To be part of the solution to
the problems we all face, not to be
part of the problem itself, this is
what counts. To help, to give, to
share, to learn, to teach to make
our personal world a better one
than we found, and a foundation
for others to build upon when we
leave, and leave we shall.
So count the Omer. We do
count as individuals. We do
count constantly. We do count in
good times and bad. We count
not only 49 days, but we count
everyday.
At the inauguration of the Cherna and Dr. Irving Moskowitz, Chair for the Study of Historic
Eretz Yisrael at Bar-Ilan University are (from left) Prof. Emanuel Rackman, president of the
university Rabbi Simcha Kook, Minister of Education Zevulun Hammer, Dr. Irving
Moskowitz, Chief Rabbi Shlomo Goren, Member of Knesset Shmuel Tamir, and Pinchas nine colkge credits, depending on
Spielman, director of the Department of Public Relations at Bar-Ilan. heir special interest area.
Rabbi Sol Landau, dis-
tinguished spiritual leader of
Beth David Congregation for
nearly seventeen years, will be
honored at a Farewell Tribute
during Sabbath morning
Services, on June 6. at 9 a. m.
Gifted Students
Offered Courses
One hundred gifted and tal-
ented high school students from
Dade County can participate this
summer in Gov. Bob Graham's
Program for the Gifted and Tal-
ented at Miami-Dade Community
College's South Campus.
The program provides person-
alized advanced instruction for
young people who represent Flor-
ida's most promising future
resource.
For six weeks, from June 18
through July 30, intense study
opportunity will be offered in
special interest areas. South
Campus will offer Math-Physics,
Biology-Social Problems.
Business-Economics. Drama and
Personal Writing.
Participants, selected from
hose gifted and talented who are
lust completing 10th or 11th
grade, will be registered for six to


Page 2
-Jewisttnur*0t*n
Fri Milton Parson Bond Executive "StSSLW? *5 on*
Is Tendered Testimonial
Milton Parson, executive di-
rector of the State of Israel
Bonds Organization for Dade and
Broward Counties and Puerto
Rico for the past nine years, will
be honored at a farewell luncheon
Friday. June 5. at 12 noon at
Temple KmanuEI.
Announcement of the testi-
monial was made jointly by Gary
Gerson. Israel Bonds general
chairman for Florida, and by
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz of
Temple Menorah of Miami
Beach, special events chairman
for Israel Bonds in South Florida
and national campaign co-chair-
man of the Israel Bonds Rabbinic
Cabinet
Parson, who has served in
executive capacities with Israel
Bonds for the past 26 years and
has I hit; active in Israeli and
Jewish causes throughout his
lite, is retiring later this summer
tm uuse of health reasons. He and
his wife Gloria, who also will be
feted at the luncheon, will remain
.is residents of South Florida.
"1 intend to remain active in
the Jewish and general commu
nities. and both my wife and I
have fallen in love with the people
of South Florida." Parson said.
Reservations for the luncheon
may be made at Temple
Menorah
Other members of a prestigious,
luncheon committee include
Stephen Muss, president of Israel
Bonds La Societe: Rabbi Leon
Kronish. national campaign
chairman for Israel Bonds: Rabbi
Irving Lehrman. chairman of the
board of governors for Israel
Bonds in Greater Miami: Nor-
man Braman. chairman of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion's CJA-IEF campaign: and
Sidney Cooperman of Miami
Beach, national campaign co-
chairman for Israel Bonds and
former general chairman in New
York City of Israel Bonds
Other committee members in-
clude Samuel Wagner. Mike
Cooper. I-eonard Luria. Alfred
Golden. Gerald Schwartz. Fred
Shochet. Jack Chester. Oscar
Minski. Roliert L. Siegel. Joe
Raymond and Joel Reinstein.
Parson was assistant national
director of the Zionist Or-
ganization of America for several
\ears. heading the nationwide
campaign tor l>oth the American
Zionist Fund and for mem
bership. Me also served for three
> ears as liaison between the ZOA
and the American Financial and
Development Corporation for Is-
rael, which began the worldwide
Israel Bonds drive
During each of the nine years
that Parson directed Israel
Bonds campaigns from head-
quarters in Miami Beach records
for sales were broken. Greater
Wholesale Distributors of
Milton Parson
Miami and all South Florida were
cited several times for being the
leading communities in the
United States for per-capita pur-
chases among major cities
Parson was supervisor for Is-
rael Bonds in 28 communities be-
fore moving to Miami Beach, and
earlier headed Israel Bonds or-
ganizations in such communities
as Newark and Atlanta.
He served as national vice
president of the Association of
Professional Personnel for Israel
Bonds, whose membership in
eludes the fund-raising exec
utives who helped sell more than
$5 billion in Israel Bonds over a
30-year period.
A product of Inrth Brooklyn
College and Syracuse University.
Parson served during World War
II as section chief of Quarter-
master Port Terminals in New
York, the youngest person ever
to hold that position. As a War
Department civilian employee, he
won five governmental citations.
During his service with the
Zionist Organization of America
and the United Palestine Appeal,
forerunner of the United Jewish
Appeal, he helped to introduce
the late Henry Morgenthau. Jr..
to the position of leadership he
enjoyed in helping to establish
the State of Israel.
Parson played key roles in the
record-shattering campaigns of
Israel Bonds during the Yom
Kippur War of 1973. the Six Day
War of 1967 and the Sinai Cam
pain of 1956. He was associate
national director of a dozen in-
ternational inaugural conferences
for Israel Bonds which were held
in Miami Beach. Palm Beach and
neighlxiring communities and di
reded several other conferences
on u national scale.
He has worked closely with na-
tional and Florida leaders of cam
paigna for Israel's institutions of
higher learning and has received
numerous honors from com-
munity organizations for his
ser\ ice to the Jewish state
Dade So. ORT Honor Roll Luncheon
More than 200 members will
attend the Dade South Region
Women's American ORT sixth
Annual Honor Roll Luncheon at
Kings Bay Country Club on
June 2 at 11 a.m.. Region Presi-
dent. Mrs. Gloria Chekanow
announced.
The Luncheon Co-Chairmen
are Mrs. Nina Indianer. Region
Honor Roll Chairman, Mrs.
Barbara Moed. and Mrs. Joan
Kobrin.
The theme of the day will be a
musical tribute to the members of
ORT who have achieved Honor
Roll status through their
devotion and committment to the
global ORT program of Vo-
cational and Technical
Education. "Kach woman at-
tending the luncheon has earned
the privilege of being honored. '
said Mrs. Mary Ellen Peyton.
Chairman of the Executive
Committee.
In keeping with the musical
tribute Mrs. Dusty Raloff has
created unique table centerpieces
Mrs. Ann Aibel, President South
Dade Chapter, will open the day
singing America and Hatikva ac-
companied by Mrs. Sylvia
Krasnow
Following the luncheon will be
an "Israeli Musicale" performed
by cantonal solist Rita Shore, ac-
companied by Ira Shore.
Acting as hostess for the day
are the Chapter Honor Roll
Chairman who are as follows:
Mrs Dorothy wein. South Dade:
Mrs l-'stelle Berman. Coral
Gables: Mrs. Jayne Greenman.
Old Cutler. Mrs' Cathi Collins.
Sunset Lakes: Mrs Belle
Rubinstein. Kendall North; Mrs.
Nit tie Snyder. Brickell. and Mrs
SuAnn Milstein, Southwest
>&?**
w

?*++ CHINESE RESTAURANT +m%
Jf 13195 Biscayne Blvd.. N. Miami TfcjL
^ Open 11 A.M. -10 P.M
895-2441
DINNER SPECIAL *595
15% Off on all combination Dinners with this AD
Expires June 15th
QUEEN ESTHER
KOSHER POULTRY
Turkeys, Ducks,
[Cornish Hens, Pullets
and Roasters
Processors and Export*
lei ma fleeet U.S. Oevt. inspected |
KOSHER MEATS and POULTRY
1717 N.W. 7th Ave.
Miami, Fla.
Phone: 324-1855
NEW IN SOUTH DADC7
J The south Dade Shalom Committee
j of the
jj Greater Miami Jewish Federation
J Cordially invites you to Attend
AN OPEN HOUSE RECEPTION
For Newcomers to south Dade s
e* Jewish community
HI On Sunday. May Si, 1981 at 7:50 p.m.
m
*
*
*>
ft
ftAt the Jewish community centers of south Florida-5
^x Miami Jewish Federation south Dade Office 2
sw 102nd Ave.
a Ho* mattonjae
:a2S15S4J^
ft
5 SoUdtatton of Funds
ft
The installation of Mrs. Mary
Ellen Peyton aa President of
Dade South Region Women's
American ORT and. the Region
elected officers will be held at
Kings Bay Country Club. June 4
at 7 p.m.
Mrs. Cindy Fiber is Chairman
of the installation, and the In-
stalling Officer will be Mrs.
Marcia Light. President-Elect of
District VI.
The elected officers are: Mrs.
Barbara Moed. Chairman of the
Executive Committee. Vice
Nancy
Kobrin.
Financial
Presidents: Mrs Adrian
berg. Mrs. Robvn
Guerren, Mn,
Mrs. IrananeYedw.b
Mr^rs^^
hjm.entar.an. Mr, G
Chekanow.
Following the installation on.
mony the film "The Link andj
Chain, depicting Jewish Ufa .
France, and the French ORT
Network will be shown
New Consul For German Republic
Vice Consul Hans-Georg
Schattner who was in charge of
the Miami Branch Office of the
Consulate General of the Federal
K. public of Germany in Atlanta
iocs lla <>|>ening in 1977 has been
transferred to the Foreign Office
in Bonn
Consul Josefpeter Kaii>y has
been appointed as hi- successor
He I- memlMT of the Foreign
Sen ice of his home country since
I963 having served in Atlanta
Georgia). Daressalam (Tan
Rental, Kabul I \fghan | and
in Port Moresby, il'a, New
(inmeal M well as in the I .ireign
Office in Bonn
U s
Jomfpeter Kansy
AFR0TC Applicants To Register
High school students who will
lie seniors next fall should iM-gm
to applv now for Air Force
Reserve Officers Training Corps
Four Year College Scholarships
Recording to Col Hugh D
Mi < 'reckon, .Ir Air Force ROTC
Registrar
Students' chances for selec-
tion increase by submitting their
scholarship applications during
the summer and early fall." says
Colonel McCracken.
\ I filiations lor the freshman
scholarships beginning in the
IW2-A3 academic year are now
RVaBebfa at Departments of
\ern space Studies at any college
or universil) hosting W row
ROTC and al i S W Km*
recruiting station, or students
..m write (> the Mtue of Public
Mt.urs \ir Forci ROTC Mat
well AIM AL36112.
_
Subscription
Rates Increase
Jewish Flondian sub-
scription rites wen raised
May 1. to offset increase cost
of postage and BBS sprint .
One year subscriptions in
now SIMM), ami two year
subscription- 134.00 The*
rates ire tor local ret only
S tembr idge Fine
Furniture
Features Quality Furniture At
Discount Prices
545 NE 125 Street 893-0800
Reserve Now For The
HIGH HOLY DAYS & SUCCOTH
Traditional Services Will Be
Conducted By
Cantor ISAAC HAMMERMAN
BEAUTIFUL 0CEANFR0NT
SUCCAH
Tennis Facilities Sauna Handball JSSfm^
Olympic Swimming Pool Full Block of Private Beac
TV in All Rooms
APPROPRIATE ENTERTAINMENT
SPAPOUsS^r^TSYNAGOGUE
TNI MUITI-MRIKM MUM KOSHER
MSTfl

atari
is4istst. ewiiia _.
538-9045 or 531-5771
Vour Most. NMeneet LassewHi S Ale SmHew


May 29. 1981
*lenistfh>rldHan
I'age 3
fl Confirmation For Beth Sholom
Thirtv-eiRht bovs and girls will the Congregation: Mr. Perry *;aa me servi.

-
* "^
ifred Golden, left, executive vice president of Riverside
hmorial Chapels of Florida and member of the B'nai B'rith
\strict 5 Board of Governors for the past 10 years introduces
orida Supreme Court Justice Arthur England Jr., who was
keynote speaker at the annual Florida state convention of
[nai B'rith lodges last week. Golden also is a Sational
pmmissioner of the B'nai B'rith Anti-Defamation League and
\the Hillel Commission.
Thirty-eight boys and girls will
be confirmed at Temple Beth
Sholom. on Sunday, June 7. at
T IK) p.m.. according to an an-
nouncement by Mrs. Nanci
Goldstein and Dr. Solomon
I.ichter, Co-Chairmen of the
Hoard of Education of Temple
Iteth Sholom.
The annual "Shabbat Siyyum '
dinner in their honor will take
place on Friday evening. May 29.
at p.m.. in the Banquet Hall of
the Temple. Following the dinner
they will receive their Bibles and
Diplomas at a special Service in
(he Temple. The Confirmands
will present a series of special
themes from the New Union
Prayerbook.
The entire Confirmation Class
will participate in the Service.
Mr Harold B. Vinik. President of
the Congregation: Mr. Perry
Fabian, Brotherhood President:
and Mrs. Nanci Goldstein and
Dr. Solomon Lichter will also
participate.
Dr. Leon Kronish. spiritual
leader of Temple Beth Sholom
and Cantor David Conviser will
lead the Service. Rabbi Jerome
Guriand is Consultant For Jew-
ish Family Life For the School of
Living Judaism and Gary.
Kisenberg is Jr. High School Di-
rector and Aley Sheer is the
Temple's Youth Director and is
in charge of the Confirmation
Class.
Hebrew Educators Highlight Israel
am 8 'it 1. rusalem
Khlight the final meet
ill the Hebrew Educators
.it Greater Miami
ink:. May 31 .it
he Jewish Federation,
\ n \ tee-president
i i Da\ id, annoum
'.i which .ill the
achi ra ol I he com-
ire in\ n. a. a ill >.' held in
" \ith the < Central
lewiah Education
i readings on Jerusalem,
b\ Vos-i Shochat.
t Shliach, will com
lU hot ti the uniting of the
I erusaiam on the 28th day
l\.ir iJune i this year) during
-m\ Day War, and its
qui rol in Jewish historv.
M !U-n David noted. "It is
Uing that the celebration
i'om Yerushalayim should be
:i all) marked by the teachers
w i-h community, for it is
trough the efforta of the Jewish
that the love of
irusaiem is implanted in the
irt .inu soul of the Jewish
In addition, the program will
ndude recognition of those
lechers of the community who
ve received the Hebrew
reacher License during the
lurrent year.
The Hoard of License of CAJE
i,i!i'n-hes standards for the
Iccnsing of Early Childhood.
Sunday. Hebrew and Day School
aachers throughout the State of
Florida.
The administrator of the Board
! License, Miles Bunder, will be
|ionnred by the teachers, together
rith his family, on the occasion
M hi^ aliyah to Israel. Mr.
Bunder has devoted much of his
k'tfnrts during the past two years
member of the CAJE execu-
tive staff and director of the
Institute of Jewish Studies to the
reorganization of the Board of
license and the formulation of
It he guidelines under which it
pipsratea
The Hebrew Educators
[Alliance is the professional Jew-
[Students Present
Fiddler' Show
\n All Star cast for Fiddler
t>n the Roof include Craig Edel-
tein. Sandra Mordujavich. Paul
7J>bel, Becky Fleischer. Jeremy
Haft and Dara Goldstein, and
Ifeaturing the children of the
ITemple Beth Sholom's School of
I Living Judaism. The play is
under the direction of Jay W.
Jensen and Cantor David Con-
|viser.
The play will be presented
^turday evening, May 30 at
30 p.m., and Sunday morning
at 10:30 a.m.. in the Temple
Auditorium and will have a full
[Professional orchestra.
Renanah Chapter
The Renanah Chapter of Had-
I < |"*rs and a barbecue dinner. Sat-
lUray. May 30. 7 p.m. at the
"nie of Sylvia and Max Nexerof
rl^at\Vj|fc^.\v.\v.\v.
i-h educational organization for
the teachers it South Florida.
Sen ing as president is /ehava
Sukenik, vith Gladys Diamond
imi Miss Ben David as vice-
presidents, and \lichaei Ashbal
(Cretan fhe HEA co-
I sponsors is a series ol seminars
with A.IF-" conducts a Free
Loan Fund for teachers and
leeks to nhanci' the quality ol
i ish education in the com-
munit> and improve the status ot
I he Jewish educator.
The
KOSHER
j9^ AIR CONDITIONED
Croum
OCEANFSONT
40th lo
41st Streets
S
JULY 4th WEEKEND CELEBRATION
5Mtt!4HanS CV^V BMYS&5NIGHTS
July 3 to July 7 y*Q>?* July 2 to July 7
psv 0or
aojt9 occ
s130
O*' 0'0*>
dOuV* OCC
plus l A grtuith
INCLUDES: Giatt Kosher Cuisine. TV in All Rooms.
Music Top Entertainment Social Program. Vast
Private Beach. Olympic Pool. Synagogue On Premises.
DINING ROOM OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
Your Hosts. MICHAEL LEFKOWITZ 4 ALEX SMILOW
RESERVE NOW FOR THE HIGH HOLY DAYS ft SUCCOTH l
Services Conducted by Cantor ISAAC HAMMERMAN
For Heservalions Phone
538-9045
Ml Under Rabbinical Supervision
SaveKK
Good health means good foods. And when
you're preparing your favorite kosher foods,
the Mazola family fits right incom oil good-
ness, no cholesterol, and low in saturated fats,
naturally! If your familys watching salt, theres
Mazola Sweet-Unsalted Margarine. For those
cutting calories, theres Diet Mazola with V2 the
calories of regular margarine. They're both
parve, the only leading brands that are! And
both have that great Mazola taste. So be
healthy. Be a Mazola family.
Mazola... Corn Goodness.
"lft< SAVEHKONANY KKJ
V^ MAZOLA MARGARINE !
DtAUB Tlw con *>
swum loi lac* <* pu '<
tendhna, it umS i mw
(Mtti lht oftw lUSHf Iwcvi *n>
alia* oh cominutu > Imi
cm coax cm *tm Couwinm
mlMlN Void oMn pnrab
SM IBM Of HHiWi WUrClM
Pvoo' ol pivchaw ol uil*tc*nt
mwclMntfiw lo cow* courom
MWdWil no M show on
eutt Ui rtdlfflglioti **
- 1 2CM CuHomo. M on an
Sulfl tai Good onhj in USA
slSond lo BmI too* Boa 102
ClintOK UMUT34
itfMtnosMii am issi
CUT ON DOTTED LINE
Mar'ianiiR
MftOOl irmtb
jrwvy*"w*



Pane 4


-Jen i *tncrfdUar
'""day. Mi
yi
Yom Yerushalayim Monday
In Israel's 33rd Year, Irrigation is Still a Major Problem
By MARY STEWART
KROSNEY
BEIT DAGAN -
Janina Bard, a petite and
articulate immigrant who
came to Israel from
England six years ago, is
neither prophet nor philos-
opher. And yet she keeps
reminding us that water
and the proper manage-
ment of it are crucial to
survival on this planet.
"Effective use of water is one
of the most important keys to in-
creasing the worlds food sup-
ply." says Bard, the dedicated
general manager of the unique
Internationa] Irrigation In-
formation Center (IIIC) located
here.
EXPLAINING the purpose o
her organization, she says it is.
vital that existing irrigation
knowledge be shared betweei
nations. The IIIC. she points out
is the only clearinghouse of thi;
nature in the world.
Every year. Janina Bard and
her staff handle thousands of
pieces of information about irri-
gation. So far. the input amounts
to some 4.000 publications from
places as farflung as Nepal and
Zambia and in exotic languages
like Thai and Byelorussian.
As for output. Irrigation
Center staff are constantly filling
requests for information from
interested officials, scientists and
farmers who want copies of pub-
lications they have seen listed in
the IIIC's quarterly abstract, or
who wish to order practical
manuals produced by the Center.
Typical are the following
requests: A Peace Corps vol-
unteer working in South America
asks for basic plans and diagrams
that deal with drip irrigation for
vegetables and fruit trees; a
European investment bank asks
for a bibliography to aid it in re-
searching costs of an irrigation
project: a student from Bang-
ladesh studying in Bulgaria
requests material to help him in
preparing a thesis on "sprinkle
irrigation of maize
The six-year-old International
Irrigation Information Center is
a non-profit organization
financed by "untied" aid from
the Canadian government with
services provided by the govern-
ment of Israel.
ISRAEL'S vast irrigation ex-
Israel's 33rd Anniversary of Independence is in
many communities being marked in conjunction with
Yom Yerushalayim, Jerusalem Day, which falls on
Monday, June 1, the 28th day of the month of Iyar.
On the Hebrew calendar, Independence Day falls on
the 5th day of Iyar. Yom Yerushalayim ma s the
reunification of Jerusalem as Israel's capital during
the Six-Day War of 1967. (See Page 1-A). In this re-
port, Mary Stewart Krosney highlights the work of
Israel's irrigation specialist, Janina Bard.
.-..
ISRAEL
pertist. mak,.s u a natural
such a center. Due to ^
conditions and wat \ll
(Israel uses 95
available water
Janina Baird
rat*
Percent of
supply trull
percent for agriculture, ft
developed the most sophi,.*
irrigation techniques in
world. It is the birthplace of t
irrigation, which accord
Janina Bard is the most pj|
subject of requests that reach!
desk at the Center TheeJ^L
slowly dripping carefully cis
culated amounts of watw'nmJ
with nutrients onto plant raj
effects a 2040 percent mJ
water and unprecetfentadnkj
growth
Drip irrigation may beanoul
story for Israeli farmers, fkj|
have used it for years, but U|c|
statistics show that inform*;,,.
about it is still in great demasll
all over the world Improvanonl
in drip irrigation continue to sij|
in Israel and hnneus. the ln>|
gation Center's quarterly oet>|
letter, brings news of all ml
gation innovation- toitsreaoa\[
Janina Hani points to a man
issue of Irrint which tells toil
Israel is using drip irrigation tori
the first time to grow cotton ll
is. in fact, being used for 51
percent of tin country's totall
area of planted cotton; sciential
Continued on following!
YOU CAN HELP
SAVE LIVES
IN ISRAEL!
,19111 AMERICAN RED MAGEN DAI/ID FOR ISRAEl
SUPPORTING MAGEN DAVID ADOM
CIAL RED CROSS SERVICE
aWBcN DAVID ADOM Israel s only Nation*!
Ambulance ana Biooa Processing Sr.ce
Ma.nla.nj Itraal mi.or liooO Banting FeaM|
Col Dav.d Maicul Blood Bant n(J Ffi,ooi
lion C*nt*'
Meip* in, ,c day ambulance sa'.ict
OfMfaim 73 First Aid Stations and iJrle Snallar Cimica
Act as tvaai C,.i OatanM naaitn aganc, m
tun* ol naLonai diiaatar
Trama and aquips .oiuntaa. amarganc. made at
cofpa.
BORDER TO BORDER. GUARDIAN OF ISRAELS HEALTH
YES
i
s?*t
I ha* tar vm tot hwaae
Mar aa a
Q
D
DC*
L) Chap** ManWar
sso
S
SIS
S>0
U
Encioaad ia y laa
io at* cm
Stood Ba
* S-
Wnjo**
c,
*
"iip jndmartto
'Oft ISRAEL.
Sotjt kauUra District
SajrUlM
16499 NE 19 AvesiM
N Miami fWh. FU 33182
947 32*3
Mr David Coiesua **!***
S.E. District Committee Ckmirman
Mr Howard G. Kaafman
Florida State Pre aide nt
MarriaKayc
District President
Robert Srhwartz
S.E. District Director
Young Israel
Initiates Orthodox
Day Camp
The Young Israel of Greater
Miami announces the formation
of Camp Mesorah. an Orthodox
Jewish Day Camp in North Dade
and will initiate its program this
year with activities for boys and
girls ages from four to six.
Mrs. Lori Siegel has been
named Camp Director under the
guidance of the Young Israel
Camp Committee. Kabbi Fugene
Kostker. Chairman, and Rabbi
2m Loff, Spiritual U-ader of the
congregation
Ye8hurun
Graduates
Temple Adath Veshurun will
honor its graduates at Friday
evening services The group
includes Maxine Mercovitch. Gil
Buratiner, Sharon Cohen.
Jonathan Epatein, Ixiri Gotbatf,
Susan Greenbaum. Michael Hor
des. Israella Kantor. David
Umy, Scotl Miller. Kim>erly
Mirmun. Debbie Paniry. Jodi
Pollack. Mindi Pollack. Peter
Hosen. William Schwartz, and
Merrill Tritt.
JWVPost Honors
Greenwald
The Norman Bruce Brown
Post and Ladies Auxiliary 174 of
the Jewish War Veterans will
honor Claire Greenwald.
outgoing president and post
commander Alex Greenwald at a
testimonial luncheon Thursday
afternoon. May 28, at 12:30 p.rn
at the Swiss Chateau.
Torah Chapter
B'nai B'rith Torah Chaptar
Wd a Mini Luncheon^
2?"%' MV 27. 12 noon, at
tha. Aventura Jewish Center, to
W>rate the 33rd birthday of the
state of Israel.
Yassky Chapter
Haim Yassky Chapter of Had-
assah will install officers at the
final meeting of the season,
followed by a reception on
Wednesday, June 3 at 1 p.m. at
Byron Hall. Miami Beach. Re-
freshments will be served.
Community Corner
Michael N. Weiss was re-elected secretary of the Asso
ciation of Immigration and Nationality Lawyers .it their annual
conference held recently in San Juan. Puerto Id,,.
The Board of Trustees and general membership of Temple
Israel of Greater Miami will pay tribute to Rabhi Brett S.
Goldstein for five years of dedicated spiritual leadership on
Friday evening. May 18
Trie Greater Miami Chapter of the American Ji wish Com-
mittee will hold its annual meeting on Wednesday .. .rung, June
III. li p.m at the Sheraton River House, according to Jack 1**
Orkin. chuirperson.
The ritmhl1 Social Clubs of KM) Lincoln Road willhxw '
their annual Mothers Day party on Saturday nigh; Ma) 30.for
their members In charge of the arrangement- ire Mart)
Aronowitz and Betty Got teaman.
South Da.le Hebrew Academv will hold Market.
Sunday, Ma) 31, in the parking lot "t Jefferson National Bank
.it Kentlall M0Q S Kendall I>n\c, from .. m until -'pm.
manned by vnhlltt of the Academy
Dr. Charles M. Rubel anntiunc.nl the re-election tA H*"*"1
Lederman t- president ol lemple Beth Tov
Sister M. Trinha Flood. O.P.. retiring after 25 years as the
president of Harry College was feted by her peers and by staw
k-aders in government and education during a farewell banquet
in her honor She will be leaving Barry in June to aSMM ne
duties
^mWs\We\%\\\\\We\m \Ws\^a\\\s\aWS\WaW*
Honored for their meritorious service to Tempi' Ser T'^
the annual installation of officers are (left to n*nt'"rrstiin,
Louis KaplowiU, Usher Committee, Norman W> _
Treasurer, Rabbi Eugene LaboviU, Spiritual ^eaaf- Qdt
Nathanson, President. (Left to right seated), Rabbi w
berger, Ritual Director, and David M. Caplan. memo*
Board of Trustees.


May 29, 1981
rJenist) FhrxJi&n
Page!
Irrigation Still a Major Israeli Problem
utinued from preceding page
Lpon that both the percentage
nd th- cotton are growing like
ANOTHER AREA of ex-
enm. that prompts many
periM from abroad is the use of
,!,,. water for irrigation. Is-
,lik can point tO i heir success in
n, desert, where settlers are
frg hrackish watei pumped
mm gianl underground aquifers
;(i record harveati of sweet
[(ions, peppers and cucumbers.
cientists at '*en dunon Uni-
, ,\ ol the Negev are always
jtriving to develop newer and
Eironp-r strains ol crops which
fan thrive OB vast salty water re-
Jources found bring under many
[{thegreat desert- of the world.
\ third important area of irri
nation know-how in this arid
Duntn is thai ot recycling
ewagi and industrial waste into
Mtcr available !or agriculture.
Methods of producing cheaper
better-qualit) recycled
rtmetimet using algae and
\ in i he process, are
onstantl) m tht- works at Israeli
Institut urns
. i eaeel that Israel
brings to i he IIIC is the fact that
thi country'l population includes
mmigranta from MO lands, who
li..r. supply the language skills
Leeded to handle requests for
|tran-lations into 23 languages.
Quite conveniently, Janina
JH.ini and her staff are in close
Itouch with Israeli scientists be-
Icause the Center is located on the
] .-rounds of the Israel Agriculture
Research Organization near Tel
IAviv Israeli experts, in turn,
have access to thousands of
publications at the Irrigation
| Center.
JANINA BARD is insistent,
however, that Israel's expertise
in the field of irrigation technolo-
gy does not dominate the work of
the Center and much attention is
also given to unsophisticated
techniques suited to developing
countries. The latest develop-
ments in drip irrigation, she M) B,
HM) have no meaning for many
readers so alongside the Irrintws
STRAIGHT TALK!___
Within the Law
Monday, June 1-9:30PM
Attorney Stanley M Rosenblatt hosts this
half-hour interview show with his guest
biblical law authority Rabbi Pmchas
Weberman of Ohev Shalom
IMSIK IIII VISION
S
article on drip irrigation lor
cotton is a review ol tests inn
ducted at the Haitian Demon
Btration Farm in Dinajpur
Bangladesh.
Another article tells how
farmers in Nebraska, are dealing
with the problem ol the repletion
nt water tables dm to the over-
drilling Ol wells.
In order to maintain an in-
ternational standing the UK'
publishes articles about all
countries, regardless of the pol-
iticul situation in or between
those involved. For example, a
recent Irnneus item relates how
Libya (which does not have
diplomatic ties with Israel) is
beginning to tap a new water
source urban waste water to
irrigate tongl for livestock near
Tripoli Significantlly. Irrineus,
which has increased its cir-
culation some 400 percent since
first appearing in 1975, is re-
ceived by 120 suscribei^ in 15
Moslem countries.
GENERAL MANAGER Bard
admits that water documenting
may be I dry activity and that
the dav in-davoul cataloging
Happy Anniversary
on
Your 33 Years
Maurice A.
Ferre
Mayor -
City of Miami
PAVILLION
RENT-A-CAR
2204 Collins Ave.. Miami Beach
2925 NW 42nd Ave.. Airport
673-5944
871-3751
'#V/*?
Charade Restaurant
2900 Ponce de Leon Blvd.
448-6077
and
Kaleidoscope Restaurant
3112 Commodore Plaza
446-6010
and handling of publications
having to do with irrigation may
sometimes become mountains of
tedious paperwork, but the in-
formation scientist approaches
hei work with a basic personal
commitment that water is food
and food is life.
One ol the reasons I've been
working here is that I was
hungry for years during the Sec-
ond World War.'' Janina Bard
explains. She was the sole sur-
vivor of her family in Poland and
after being shuttled from hiding
place to hiding place, she
eventually found refuge in
England at age ten. There she
grew up. married and became a
mother of two, immigrating to
Israel in 1974.
"I had been kept alive by
agencies and people. Food does
matter. Most of us must be
reminded that people in certain
l>urts of the world are starving on
a horrifying scale." The work of
the Irrigation Center to con-
solidate and disseminate in-
formation about irrigation, she
believes, is an essential tool in
attacking the awesome issue of
world food supply
./^////y jW^iWw^^ to &*a*i
FINCHER MOTORS, INC.
1740 N.E. 2ND AVE.
MIAMI 373-8351
Hag Sah-may-ach
Israel!
Air France Salutes You
On Your "33rd" Anniversary
We started flying to Israel on Aug. 12, 1947, even before there was a Jewish
state, and our people-to-people flights to Israel have been going on ever since.
And remember, a bon voyage is still a trip on Air Prance. It is the assurance
of the most thoughtful service and superb cuisine. It is a choice of departing
from New York, Chicago, Los Angeles or Houston on all non-stop wide body
planes.
It is the convenience of! 727 service Tuesday and Saturday from Miami to
the Caribbean. It is the unequaled adventure of supersonic travel on ...
Concorde with 11 flights a week from New York to Paris and brand new super-
sonic service between New York and Mexico City. Let us put a multitude of
destinations at your fingertips: Prance and all Europe, Israel, Mexico, the
West Indies, or for that matter almost anywhere in the world.
Por information and reservations '
call you travel agent or Air Prance at 1-800-221-2110.
AIRFRANC


Page 8
*Jeni*i> fkjrkMtUi
Fnda\
Mr- StevtH Gitttburg
ROSKNKTE1N GINSBURG
\li and Mn Harold Knsen-
ttein, <>f Surfside. announce the
eaarriage. on Sunday. Ma) 24, theii daughter, Lin Bath-Ann, to
Steven David Ginaburg !l< is
ilu son nt \1r and Mrs Murray
Ginshurg, of Miami
Th, MFOddtag was peTtorined by
Rablli Mayer Miramowit/.. at
I mpk Miimrah
Tlie bride n prelaw student
al ih Univerail) <>f Miami
The groom is i graduab "I the
'ni\ei-a\ ol Miami Law School,
and no i>- a practicing attorney
in Miami.
Naomi Chapter
Installs Officers
"Ahead with Hadassah.
Naomi Chapter of Hadassah's
Annual Awards Night and In-
stallation of Officers, will be held
m Saturday. June 6. at 7:30 p.m.
it the Marriott Hotel.
Installing officer will be Mrs.
Shirley Grossman, a 22-year
member who has served as Presi-
dent of the Group, as well as part
of a presidium
Pearl Noble will lie installed as
President of the Naomi Chapter
Other woman to be installed
are Administrative Vice-
President. EiaMI SaftUn; Educa-
tion Vice-President. Khoda
Hal* r Fund Kaising Vice-
I'resuienl. Sheila Marker. Mem-
bership Vice President, K lea nor
Packtor. Program Vice-
President. Ricky Spitzer; Ways
and Means Vice-President. Belle
Mantone; Treasurer. Shirley
Bowers. Financial Secretary,
Linda Brenner: Membership
Dues Secretary, Helen Weiss:
Recording Secretary. Mimi Bec-
ker, and Corresponding
Secretary. Julia Friedman.
Eileen Seitlin is the chairman
for the evening.
JWV Lawn Sale
President Mary Wexler an-
nounced that the Abe Horrowitz
Auxiliary 682, Jewish War
Veterans, will hold a lawn sale at
the Post Building. NE 160 St.
and 19 PI.. N. Miami Beach, on
Sunday. May 31 from 10 a.m.
until 4 p.m.
Proceeds from the sale will be
used for the benefit of hospital-
ized veterans at the VA Hospital.
Jewish Worship Hour*
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz oi
Temple Menorah. Miami Beach,
will appear on "The Jewish Wor-
ship Hour" on Channel 10 on
Sunday. May 31. at 8 a.m.
for sale. Meaty furniilieU on
diet iMtnoniii. i eaepeione?
hitrnriY rtrno to but Can
before Juno 19,5M-2S22.
Well known Cantor seeks
position for High Hobday
Services. Pleaae call after
5:30 p.m. Phone: 861-2333.
Bar/Bat Mitzvahs
BJ | BBJ
FRANKLIN KAUFMAN
Franklin Howard, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Meir Kaufman, will
observe his Bar Mitzvah at
Temple Beth Sholom on Satur-
day morning. May 30.
The celebrant is in the confir
mat ion class of 5743.
JODI LEVINE
lodi. daughter ot JaiUG Levine
will obaerve her Rat Mitsvah on,
Friday evening May '_".. at Bath'
Torah Congregation
The celebrant is a seventh
grade student al John I" Kin
n'(l\ High School She la I stu-
dent ol Itetli Torah'l Honors
class and an active member ol
Beth Torah a I'SY Kadiinah
up Jodi's hobbies are read
ing, soflball and dancing.
Mrs .lamr Levine will sponsor
the Oneg Shabbal following the
-.< i \ ici I
\mong gueflts will be her
maternal grandmother. Mrs Rita
Mtman ol Hollywood, I'la and
Mi and Mrs Ben Mtman of Now
York
ROBERT BRANDT
Knlx-rt l\ son of l)r and Mrs
l..iwrciui' 1 Brant will observe
his Bar Mit/vali on Saturday
morning. May K>. at Beth Torah
Congregation
Dr. and Mrs Lawrence I
Brant will sponsor the Kiddush
following the am ices
SETH KAPLAN
Seth. son of Dr. and Mrs.
\rnokl A Kaplan will observe
Ins Bur Mit/vah on Saturday
morning. May 30, at Beth Torah
Congregation.
The celebrant is a seventh
grade student at Highland Oaks
.linior High School and a student
of the Hay class at BethTorah's
Harold Wolk Religious school
l)r and Mrs \rnold \ Kaplan
will sponsor the Kiddush follow
ing the services
aaaaaiiianinjuuuau
Kraidin
Kaufman
ADAM KRAIDIN
Adam Edward, son of Dr and
Mrs Martin Kraidin. will be
called to the Torah as Bar Mitz-
vah on Saturday morning. Ma\
SO at Temple Emanu-El
The celebrant is a student in
the Temple Emanu-El Religious
School and in the seventh grade
at Nautilus .Junior High
Special pjUBBta will include
great granfather, Mr Ben Levy
tiom New York grandparents
Mr and Mrs \| Kraidin, Mr and
Mn SeyrnoM Leaaat \ndrew
Lessei fron California. Mr and
Mrs Mickej I.id/ from New
^ ork and Mr l.ucien Lhernen
Iroin New York
Sisterhood Donor Event
The Young Sisterhood of
Greater Miami will hold their an-
nual donor dinner on Wednesday.
June 3 at the Deakter Social Hall
in North Miami Beach. In charge
are donor chairman. Libby
Sidersky and Donor-Book Chain
man. Dvora Gottlieb, assisted by
Ray Gruen. Lillian Label! and
Nettie Weiss. President of Sister-
hood is Marsha Glekher. A
muscal program will conclude the
evening.
Szold Chapter Install
The Henrietta Szold Chapter of
Miami Beach Hadassah will
install officers at a brunch on
Monday. June 1 at 11:30 a.m. at
the Shelborne Hotel. Florence
Greenberg is President. Augusta
Mentz will install the officers
rooontwoooaooeoooeboor
Synopis of the Weekly Torah P0rion
Bamidbar
"A good u-ay off shall they pitch round about th. ,
meeting" r ler" of
'v"m 21)
BAMIDBAR And the Lord spoke unto Moeea in the wild-
ness of Sinai, inithe tent of meeting, on the fir*i jav n<|T
HCOnd month in the second year after they w.n comeoutofS
land of Egypt, saying Takt ye the sum of all i he conirrmtm!
of children ol Israel, bj their families, bv then father? in
M>
according to the number of names, every malt by ih^lr
from twenty \ears old and upward, all that an able to en ia
to war in Israel ye shall number them by their hosts, eventhu
and \aron" t.Xumber* I i:il Exclusive of Ir Levitaa wtw,
were not numbered, the total sum of men of militan aw-M
fi03.56& There fctlkreni description of the Israelite] encanmj
in. nts during then journeys through th. daatrt then wen'31
in.not campa, each ol three lrib-s. one under I hi- flag ol Judjd I
one under th flag of Reuben, one under the flag ol I phraim and
om under the flag of Dan Th* LeTataeCamped -jaratelv neeI
the sanctuar} among the LevKaa, each clan had i particular
ser\ lie to onder in regard to the sanctuarj
I The recounting ol th* Weekly Pon.on of the Law it nrtracM ana mi*i
upon 'The Graphic History ol the Jewith Heritage," efli-eo by P Wollnvu
Tiamir. i$. published by Sneneoid Tho velum* u i.md;, lt r v.*-
Lane New York. N V loon Joseph Schiang ,$ rot.d*nt oi th* wxT
dtttnbutine, the volume *"
TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN
102S NE Miami Qardens Drive
North Miami Beach MM 435
Rabbi Simche Freedman
Cantor Ian Alpeen Conservative
Friday night eenrtce 8 15 p.m.
"Hey Claae" graduatioa. Saturday
mumtfiK aerv. ft30 a.m Sun. May
31. Young Judee Banquet
Unwanted Hair?
Cotisurt an expert and diecues your problem
aajrina a free coreuttation.
* Certified Electroiogut
* Regniered Mad. Teeh.
* Author of a leedini book dttoneinf
aM types of heir removal.
____* Complete rVreeey___________ 261-411S
CAROL'S ELECTROLYSIS
Medical Center 17511 S. DIXIE HWY
BETH KODESH
Mooem Traditional
1101S.W l2Ae.
?Attention Senior Citizens
JNOW OPEN:
,new strictly Koaher family style senior citizen residential'
tfacility in North Miami Beach offering room, board,
recreational facilities and personalized care; eaay accent
to synagogues, shopping & medical centers. For further
information call Galil ACLF at ClfLlOfil
NweekdaysSa.m.-bp.m.l. OdSW"909d
TEMPlEIEThAm Or. Herbert
SB50 N. Kendall Or. Baumoard
S Miami M7 667 Senior RabM
Stuart Q. Welnbtatt. Aaaoclate
Rabbi Morton Hoffman
Aaaoclate RabM
Famtry worsrap aar. Frt.. 8:30pin
Rabbi WeinbaMt will epaak oa "The
value of Me
Torah aerv. ft I.Sajivaod 11 l^aja.
ynagogue^
Listings
CandleliKhting Time
7.49
1YAR
TEMPLE EMANU-EL
1701 Washington A v.. M.B
Dr. Irving Lehrman. Rabbi
Zvi Adler. Cantor
Fli Eve. S*r\ Hpjn.
Set Morn .San 9un.
Dr. LakniMU) will prearh al lftJU
BETH OAVIO Miami'. Hlatortc
Conaervetlve Congregation
Dr. Sol Landau. Rabbi
Hazzan Wm M. Lipeon
CORAL WAY 2B2S SW 3rd Ave.
Phone 854 3911 Dally Service*
Morning & evening Coral Way
Main Sanctuary Sat. morning 9
am South DadeChepei 7500 S.W
120 St. Late Shebbet tn. FrL. 8
pjtv
8S8-8334
Rabbi Max Shapiro
Cantor Leon Segal
Rose Bert in- Executive Secretary
DftUy Mkiyon fof Y#f>faWrt#o
De#y 7:45 a m 7 p.m.
Saturday eervtcee 9:48 a.m.
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM
ChaaeAve.A41at8t
Dr. Leon Kronieh. Rabbi
QaWttOf DetvIO ConvleMf
Sabbat* ear ft 15
Sebbetk Sat. mi. 1046
MStx^ui of
7231
fFREE X-RAY I SPINAL EXAMINATION
Danger Signals of Pinched Nerves:
1. Headache*. Dtolneaa. Bhjrred
Vision
2. Nock Pain, Tight Muscles.
Spoorno
3. Shoulder Pain. Pain Down
Arms. Numbness in Hands
4 Pain Between Shoulders. Drffi-
cult Breathing, Abdominal Pains
5. Lower Back Pain. Hip Psin.
Pain Down Legs
J are accepting new pet lent* no one need feet any otoitgatlon
Most Insurmncms Accmpfd Including Mmdlcmrm
$
Dr. Steve Halegua
Chiropractor
Red Suneet Btdg Suite 204 661-5309
6915 Red Road, Coral Qabtee. Florida
end being copy ot ttaa anoouncemeM wMh you
BETH TORAH S47-7S2S
COtrOREQATtON
1061 N. fteaM
Or Mai A Upechttz. Rabbi
Cantor Zvee Aroni
Fit. eve. May 28. Bat Matsveb ol
Jodl Ltvim* Set. ooa. May 30. Bar
MbttYea of Robert E. "
SethEaylae
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF Oreetar lean
137 N.E 19th St.. Miami,
9990 N. Kendall Dr., SSM0S5
Rabbi: Brett S. Ooidatain
Cantor Jacob 0. tornataifl
Admlnlatrator Riy.nondChtlt
Fri., 8 p.m. Kabbi Golditeir will
diecuee There la a a*a*oa'
Kendall facility will be elated for
epecial eervire hononng Rabbi
(toidateia.
TEMPLE JU0EA
5600 Granada Blvd "on-
Coral Oabiee SS7-5eo7
Michael B. Elaenatat, "abbi
Fri.. May 815 pa. Sabbatl
aerv Inatallation ol Tempi*I
fkere A Board Sat, May "*
Bar Miuvah ol Beaioae
TEMPLE MENORAH
SaO-TSth St.. Miami Beach 331*1
Rabbi Mayer Abramowtti
Cantor MoeheBuryn
Friday eervtcee at 1:15 pjn.
Saturday aervtcee m
SMAARE TEF1LLAH OF. KENDALL
94S0 SW 184 Cecai. Court#111
Maami, Fla Modem Orthodox
Rabbi Werren Kaert
Adutt
9:30 am
WedSpjn.
RABBINICAL ASSCOATION
OF GREATER MIAMI
4200 Biecayne Boulevard
Miami. Florida 33137
Phone 578-4000
Rabbi Solomon Scndf
Executive Vice Preoldont
TEMPLE SINAI 18901 NEM**
North DaSfa Reterm Ct*W*
Pa^phP.KIra^hiy.Rabbl
MM I. Cook. Aaacdata Rabbi
Irving Shuihea, Cantor
Barbara S Remeay. ^f^Z
Sabbath eve aerrleea *15 9*
Sabbath morning eenrtcee w
Set. aaeraJeg. Boot Mtevaa "
MaU and Leore Scbott
TEMPLE ZK)N jiVifr
S0OO Miller Dr *" m
Dr. r*rman N. Shaplro^Raobi
Ber>rrim Dlckaon. Carrtor
- im,anS^.:wMonTnu..'"'
atamE,*S*'v'C*f'5l>m
M, 28. Adah
Foram. Mr L-*
Alricalare^lCboW
Jrwaah rommuniW
faii BaoiilralKXi "*i'0 Sc'*^*
prain0t8^ILlim c0'
concerning Greater Miami
Houeee ot Worship
Phone: 878-4000
rtabMmca/ Asiocmtno Otfkx
OF AMERICAN ^
nc taw a^ftJSS. ^*"
eneoaa a oai a s
HEBREW CONGREGATES ^
l18E.na^..M^.f*
Olractor Union oi
-itlon


.v. May 29. 1981

Page 9
emple Israel Class Has Special Feature
\n event m Temple Israels
L^ mm -year-old history will
Unlil c" Sunday morning. May
;1i in a.m.. as Rebecca Sch-
rtz. Theodore Steiner and
INicin receiving their
k,nfirmaiin blessings from
alilii Brett Goldstein. Rebecca's
|(l,,.r. Gerald K. Schwartz, was
Infirnx-d at Temple Israel in
b-,i Theodore's mother. Penny
friner. in 195.r> and David's
Liner. Klinda Cohen Klstein in
8
[Special messages will be
Hivered by Peter L. Bermont.
resident Philip Goldin. Di-
ktor of Youth Activities; and
]|,.n Kemphr, who has served
, ih,. teaching staff since 1969.
The following are the confir-
mauds and their parents
Abbie Applesteln. Judith and Allan H
Apple-stem. Jill Arnold. Elinor and
KonaJd Ueberman. Lorrtne Basinger
I'evorah and Ixmls Basinger, Glenn
Bernstein. Ann and Dr Stuart Bern-
stein. Andrew Blum. Mr Martin Blum,
Karen Browner. Marjorle and Dr
Norman Browner. Lawrence Burke
Terry and Sidney Burke. Adam Davis]
Roslyn and Joe Bazan David Elsteln
Klmda and Gerald Elsteln
Howard Flamm, Franclne and Bruce
Flamm. Jeffrey Frledland. Dorothy
and Alan Frledland. Betsy Goldin,
Barbara and Philip Goldin; Spencer
Green. Carol and Thomas Green;
Carlyn Jacobs. Paula and I Richard
Jacobs. Chert Lazar, Rosalind and
David Lazar. Daniel Levlne, Linda and
Roger Levlne; Steven Lewis, Sandra
and Peter M Lewis. Stephanie Lowell,
Mrs Felice Lowell
Michael May Mrs Susanne May.
Nuomi Miller. Diane and Daniel Miller;
Amy Mlnches. Barbara and Samuel
IM Inches. Mark Nobel. Linda and
iNuccio Nobel. David Rapperport. Sue
and Dr Alan Rapperport; Nancy
Rosen, Patricia and Kenneth Roaen;
Debra Rosman. Beverly and Dr Albert
Rosman. Lisa Samson, Janyce and Dr.
Stephen Samson; Rebecca Schwartz.
Debra and Gerald Schwartz. Jay
Sharf stein. Carol and Alfred Sharfstein.
Julian Sprung. Doris and Stewart
Sprung. Theodore Steiner. Penny and
Dr Leonard Steiner.
Adam Stelnman. Sandra and Stephen
Demblnsky. Michael Stolar. Amy and
Leonard Stolar, Sandy Tavlln. Beth and
Kdward Tavlln. Dyan Welssman,
Phyllis and Roy Hellman; Valerie
Williams. Nicole and Robert Williams,
Matthew Wise. Mrs Reva Wiseman and
Dr Melvln Wise; Pamela Zucker.
Arllne and Dr Matthew Zucker.
Latin Auxiliary officers installed at luncheon and membership
meeting were (left to right) Zaida Levin, first vice president,
Solomon Garazi, president, and Dorita Feldenkreis, vice presi-
dent of fund raising. Fred Hirt, executive director of the Home,
installed the auxiliary officers.
Emanu-El Activities Name Officers Latin Aux. Re-Elects Garazi
... [,,)., m;; President and Irvine London was i>. :.... ,.L_...... ,, *-*l'**l JTM.XM.A.* I.VC/ jUIC^I/O U Ul tt#il
Malcolm Fromberg. Miami
mh. international vice presi-
,-nt of H'nai R'rith, and his wife.
^rkne. have been elected presi-
enls of the Family League
p?mple KmanuEI.
Also elected were Gary W. and
iandra Di* as vice presidents;
on and Sheri Channing. corre-
onding secretaries; Bruce and
Jonnie Singer, recording secre
briis Dr Allan and Vicki Land.
_jsurers; and Dr. Jeffrey and
lam lUuinenthal. advisors.
I Henrietta (Mrs. Irving) Lon-
|nn h.is ben reekfled president
Li i In forty -Miners of Temple
fmanu F.I of Greater Miami
Lillian Schlff was elected vice
Public Notice
IS TME CIRCUIT COURT
FOR
DADE COUNTY,FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
Flit No. I1-3H7
Division 01
IN RE ESTATE OF
PR \N< !Ea V WALLACE
M'll
NOTICE OF
\H MINISTRATION
To \|.| PERSONA HAVING
CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
.sr THE ABOVE
ESTATE AND ALL OTHER
I'KKSONS INTERESTED IN
THE ESTATE
MIE HEREBY NOTI
F1EI> ih.it the administration
ol Hi. Itatf nt FRANCES V
I .l.-ceaaed. File
- Ml is pending In
Court for Dade
Florida, Probate
. address of whirh
Flagtar st Miami.
: I ),.-. aonal rvprv
ii um estate is soi.
. \i;.' stages .tililress is
A MO) M Miami,
ante .nuladdress
- : n ,ii represents
.r, -i-l l.irth
ni Hsi ti| mims or
' tile esutti
WITHIN THRU
IS FROM THE DATE.
HE FIRST PUBUCA
HIS NOTICE to file
tort ol th.- ah m
. written statement of
.mil or demand they may
Each claim must be in
and must indicate the
UM < laim. the name
""l sddreaa of the creditor or
r attorney, and the
claimed If the claim is
" >'i toe, the date when.lt
M )>-come due shall be
slated if the claim Is contln
Kent or unliquidated, the
nature uf the uncertainty shall
w stated if the claim Is ae-
'"red the security shall be de
senbed The claimant, shall
wliver sufficient copies of the
claim to the clerk to enable the
clerk to mall one copy to each
personal representative.
All persons interested In the
Ute to whom a copy of this
Notice of Administration has
[**n mailed are required.
"ITHIN THREE MONTHS
njOM THE DATE OF THE
JJRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE, to file any ob
KfUons they may have that
*uienges the validity of the
*cedenfs will, the quail
nations of the personal re-.
preientatlve. or the venue or
jurisdiction of the court.
ALL CLAIMS. DEMANDS,
AM) OBJECTIONS NOT SO
"LED WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED
Date of the first publication
"us NoUce of Admlnlstra
0on M*y M. 180
S-SOLSCHWARZ
as i ersonal RepreaentaUve
_^ of the Estate of
FRANCES V. WALLACE
ffi55X por personal
"M'KESENTATIVE
JJI1-TONC (S(X)DMAN
J^'tFlacier Street
*';""'. Florida33130
^fPhone: 1300)37*1885
" May3.
JuneS, 1M1
president and Irving London was
elected financial secretary of the
Fortv Niners.
Funds raised by the groups
support the scholarship program
of the Lehrman Dav School.
IS.u 11,ii.i Mirsch has been
elected president for 1981-82 of
the Temple KmanuEI Players,
an organization of amateur and
professional actors. dancers,
singers and individuals in-
terested in the production of
plays by the congregation located
at 1701 Washington Ave.. Miami
Beach.
Dr. Irving Lehrman, rabbi of
the congregation, installed Mrs.
Hirsch and two vice presidents,
F.rma Podvin and Emily Birn-
baum Donald Koren, a past
president of the Players, was
elected honorary vice president.
Other officers sworn in by
Rabbi Lehrman include Leo
Hokeach. treasurer: Hazel
Cypen. recording secretary;
Marge Hokeach, corresponding
socially; Fran Jackson, mem-
bership chairman and Trixie
Levin, advisor.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
FAMILY DIVISION
Case Noll (07SFC
NOTICE OF SUIT ACTION
FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The Marriage Of
DAPHNE LOUI8EDUNN
ivnuoner Wife,
and
VICTOR DI nn
Respondent-Husband
TO \ m tin Dunn
:il Ucwdney Road
Kingston 11. Jamaica
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that an action for Dlsso
lUtton ot Marriage has been
iil.-il against you. and you are
required to serve a copy of your
written defenses, if any. to It.
on H LAWRENCE 4SHER,
Attorney for Petitioner, whose
address Ii I6H1 North East
13th tvanus North Miami
Beach. Florida Ultt. and file
UM original with the t'lerk of
the above styled Court on or
u fore June M i*>i. otherwise
.1 ludgmenl may entered
gains! you lor relief demand
.-.I in the Petition
THIS NO PICK shall be pub
Halted once > ii watli tor four
i onsei oiu.- weeks in the
Jewish Florldlan, 130 North
Sixth Street Miami
Florida
WITNESS MY H\NH AND
S| \| i.K B MD COI RT AT
Ml \mi FLORIDA on UilsMaj
KICH tKDP BRINKER
k Cln nil Court
H\ A D H
v- Deput) Clerk
11 LAWRENCE ISHER
vim ney for Petitioner
16211 North Easl UthAve .
North Miami Beach, Fla mi2
relephone i *i5 > w 3557
,Kr7 Maj Jfj
June5 12. IV. 1BM1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUSNAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring 10 engage In business
under the fictitious name 2725.
Florida general partnership
at 100 North Hiscayne Boule
vard. 22nd Floor. Miami. Flor
Ida 33132 intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida
ErlcB TureUkyand
Robert C Maland
Maland a TureUky. PA
Attorneys for
ErtcB Turetakyand
Robert C Maland
100 N BiscayneBlvd
22 nd Floor
Miami. Florida SS1S2
00813 MayS.15.a..lMl
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned.
desiring to engage In business
under the flcUtlous names of 1)
Moonbeam S) Dade Services at
P.O. Box 52107 Miami. Florida
S3172 Intends to register said
names with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
ExecuUve Services
of Miami. Inc.
a Florida Corp.
Bruce M Boiko. Esq .
3081 SaUedo St ,
2nd Floor
Coral Oables, Florida S31M
Attorney for
Executive Services
of Miami. Inc
o*4i MaylB.O.M;
June 5. lasi
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
Case No II MM FC 23
FAMILY DIVISION
IN RE The Marriage Of.
MARIA ROBLES.
Petitioner,
and
CERMAN L ROBLES.
H.'spondent.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO GERMAN I. ROBLES
Residence unknown.
YOf ARE NOTIFIED that
an action for dissolution of
marriage has been filed
against you and you are re-
quired to serve a copy of your
written defenses, if any, on
BERNARD J LEVY. ESQ.
Attorney for Petitioner. 633
N K 167 St, N.M.B.. Fl 33162
on or before June 12, 1981, and
file the original with the clerk
of this court, otherwise a
default will be entered against
you.
Dated Mays, i8i.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
Clerk
by k Belfrled
As Deputy Clerk
DWM May 15. 22.29;
______________________JuneS. 1981
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious names 1 > A-
Touch of Class 21 A-l Services
at I'll Box 521079 Miami.
Florida 33172 Intends to
register said names with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida
Executive Services
of Miami, Inc.,
a Florida Corp
Bruce M Boiko, Esq ,
3081 Salzedo St
Coral Gables. Florida 33134
Attorney for
Executive Services
of Miami. Inc
09842 May 15. 22, 29:
June 5.1981___________
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious name of
TRIANGLE SPORTS HEAD-
WEAR. DISC, at 8315 West
20th Avenue. Hlaleah. Florida
33014 Intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the
circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida
TRIANGLE OVERSEAS. INC.
By: Harold Kittay
President
William J. Gold worth, Esquire
Attorney
265 Seville Avenue
Coral Gables, Florida 88134
I MS) 444(806
09871 May 22, 29.
'"WfilliU*1-------
AFFIDAVIT
UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME STATUTE
STATE OF FLORIDA
COUNTY OF DADE
The undersigned, under oath,
says: It Is the Intention of the
undersigned to engage In a
business enterprise under the
nctlUous name of CLINIC FOR
GASTROINTESTINAL
DISEASES located at 9S9
Lincoln Road Mall In the city of
Miami Beach. Dade County.
Florida
Those Interested In said
enterprise, and the extent of
the Interest of each. Is as
follows Dr Stuart Gottlieb
100 percent Interest
9SS Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Fl 33119
09890 May 22. 29.
JuneS, 12. 1981
The Latin Auxiliary of the Miami
Jewish Home and Hospital for
the Aged held its installation
luncheon and membership meet-
ing May 12. at the Home.
Solomon Garazi. a vice president
and long-time leader of the
Home, was elected to his second
term as president.
Since its inception in February
1980, the Latin Auxiliary has
grown to some 200 members.
Fred Hirt, executive director of
the Home, installed the new offi-
cers who include Zaida S. Levin,
first vice president: Raquel Wax,
vice president of public relations;
Dorita Feldenkreis and Jack
Chester, vice presidents of fund
raising; Cyrla Farber, vice presi-
dent of membership, and Silvia
Cigelman, vice president of pro-
grams.
Mr. Garazi is president of the
Oriental Trading Corporation
and member of the Board of
Directors for Suave Shoe Cor-
poration. He is vice president of
Temple Moses and active in the
Cuban-Hebrew Division of the
Greater Miami Jewish
Federation.
Other officers installed with
Mr. Garazi and the vice presi-
dents are Zoila Levin, secretary;
Hilda Gerger. financial secretary;
Mirra Papir. treasurer; Margot
Hacker, parliamentarian: Flora
Osin. Nominating Committee
chairman, and I-oretta Susi.
chairman of volunteers.
The Latin Auxiliary has been
instrumental in raising funds to
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
INTME CIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITOF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
(FAMILY DIVISION)
Civil Action
No. 11-7*17 FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The Marriage Of:
I.EMENTINA PEREZ.
Wife,
and
MANUELFELIPE PENA
PEREZ,
Husband
TO MAN I'El. FELIPE PENA
PEREZ
Antlguo Hotel Del Rio.
Avenlda Las Americas
Al lado Servlcentro Esso
Puerto Ordax. Venezuela
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that an acUon for Dlsso
luUon of Marriage has been
filed against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your
written defenses. If any. to it on
ALBERT L. CARRICARTE,
PA., attorney for PeUtloner.
whose address Is 2491 N W 7th
Street, Miami. Florida 3S120,
and file the original with the
clerk of the above styled court
on or before June 36, 1981.
otherwise a default will be
entered against you for the
relief demanded In the com-
plaint or petition
This notice shall be published
once each week for four con-
secuUve weeks In THE JEW
ISH FLORID IAN.
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami.
Florida on this 21 day of May,
1981. _
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By Clartnda Brown
As Deputy Clerk
I Circuit Court Seal 1
ALBERT L CARRICARTE,
PA
, 34.91 N.W. 7th Street
Miami. Florida 3S125
Telephone 13051 649 7917
Attorney for Petitioner
(18897 May 29;
JuneS. 12. 19.1981
enhance the efforts by the Home
to provide programs and services
specifically geared to Spanish
speaking elderly. Culturally
sensitive programs are now
available for residents of the
long-term care facility and for
clients of community outreach
programs such as the Douglas
Gardens Outpatient Mental
Health Center and the Douglas
Gardens Community Mental
Health Center of Miami Beach.
The Latin Auxiliary's Board of
Directors is comprised of Victoria
Adouth. Gutta Huppert, Rebecca
Kravec. Anita Peltsman, Anita
I'etluck. Adella Pitchon. Luba
, Rabinovich. and Becky Terner.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious name South
Florida Jewish Journal at 130
N.E 6th Street. Miami, Fla.
33132 intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
Fred K Shochet. Owner
09807 May*. 15. 22. 29.1981
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage In business
under the flcUtlous names of 1)
Florida Services 21 Adventures
at P.O. Box S21079 Miami.
Florida S8172 Intends to
register said names with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida.
ExecuUve Services
of Miami. Inc..
a Florida Corp.
Bruce M. Boiko. Esq..
3081 Salzedo St.
Coral Gables. Florida 33134
Attorney for
ExecuUve Services
of Miami Inc.
09843 May 15. 22, 39.
June 5. 1981
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action
No IH0O0FC
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
NOTICE FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The Marriage Of:
SERGIO ALVAREZ
Petitioner
and
MARIA ELENA RODIRGUEZ
ALVAREZ
Respondent
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that a petlUon for Dlaso-
luUon 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
GUSTAVO OARCIA-MONTES.
ESQUIRE, attorney for PeU
tloner. whose address Is 11S0
S.W. 1st Street, Suite 217.
Miami. Florida. S31S0, and file
the original with the clerk of
the above styled court on or
before June 28, 1981: 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 tor four con-
secutive weeks In THE JEW-
ISH FLORID LAN.
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami,
Florida on this 22 day of May,
1981.
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By M.J. Hamett
As Deputy Clerk
i Circuit Court Seal)
Gustavo Garcia Monies. Esq.
1150S.W. 1st St..
Suite 217
Miami. Florida33180
Attorney for Petitioner
09898 May 29;
JuneS, 12.19, 1981


Page 10
-knistflcrMton
ndaV.Miy29.
Public Notice
INTHECIRCjlTCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
FAMILY DIVISION
Case No I 1 *7 1 FC
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN RE The MarriageOf
1 -A/.AKO GONZALEZ.
I vtitiumr Husband
vs.
MART A DIAZ GONZALEZ.
Respondent Wife
TO MARTA DIAZ GON
ZALEZ
2247 North 10 St.. No 402
Beaumont. Texas 77703
YOU MARTA DIAZ OON
/.Al.EZ are hereby notified to
file vour answer to this Petition
fur Dissolution of Marriage
with the Clerk of the Court and
mall a copy to Petitioner's
Attorney DANIEL GALLUP
.'.155 Sulzrdo Street. Coral
Cables. Florida. 33134. on or
before June 12. 1981 else Petl
Uon will he taken as confessed
This* dav of May. 1W1
RICH LRDP HRINKER
Clerk Circuit Court
IH C-P Cupeland
I put) Clerk
u> -. is .._. iwi
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUSNAME LAW
HEREBY
he iMdaratgned,
ige in bu
Hua name Dade
ISliT said
the
' Ide I \nintv
da
IK Shochet Owner
IN THE CIWCUIT COURT OF
"HE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
-CJi* iN AND FOR
JADE COUNTY FL0RIOA
FAMILY DIVISION
Case Noll 7740 FC
NOTICE OF ACTION
".e Adoption of
r.ild
JN'NASON
THOMAS N U* N
Petitioners
MIKE SARKE8IAN
:31 Hutin Drive
..nevnle.
rifla
VOl AKK HEREBY NOTI
riED that the above-named
Petitioners. JO DEAN NASON
and JOHN THOMAS NASON.
have filed i Petition In the
above styled Court for the
adoption ot the minor child
named in that Petition and you
are commanded to serve a
copy of your written defenses.
If any. on ALAN SCHNEIDER
P A Petitioners' Attorney,
whose address It 2730 West
Flaicler Street. Miami. Florida
3313S on or before June IS 1M1
and file the original with the
cnerk of this Court either
before service on Petitioners
Attorney or Immediately
thereafter otherwise a Default
may be entered against you for <
the relief demanded In th
Petition.
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of the Court at Miami.
Dade County. Florida this lei
day of May. 1M1.
08BTS May 22. 2*.
JuneS 12. 1M1
INTHC CIRCUIT CCURTOF
THR ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITINANDFOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
FAMILY DIVISION
Case No 11-4142
IN RE Th' Marriage Of:
ANDREW HOLDEN
Petitioner Husband.
and
SI'SA.N HOLDEN.
Respondent Wife
TO Mrs Susan Holden
IT Rochelle Park
Tonawanda. N Y UIBO
NOTICE OF
PUBLICATION
YOC ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that a Petition For Ills
solution Of Marriage has been
Wed against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your
Answer or Pleading to said pe
tltlon on petitioner attorney
GEORGE T. RAMAMI. ESQ..
Suite 711. Blscayne Building It
West Flagler Street. Miami.
Florida Ml 30 and rile the Orlgl
neJ Answer or Pleading In the
Office of the Circuit Court
Clerk, on or before Is day of
June, imi If you tall to do so.
Judgment by default will be
taken against you for the relief
demanded In said petition.
DONE AND ORDERED at
Miami. Dade County. Florida,
this l* day of May. IMI.
RICHARD P. BRINKSR
Circuit Court Clerk
Dade County, Florida
By K Saifrted
Deputy Clerk
May 23. 39.
June i. Hi'
AFFIDAVIT
UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME STATUTE
STATE OF FLORIDA
COUNTY OFOAOR
The undersigned, under oath.
says: It la the intention of the,
undersigned to engage In a
business enterprise under the
fictitious name ot ROBERT
VOLSKI AND A880ClTr"
LOCATED AT Idea Venera
Avenue. In the city of Coral
Gables. Dade County. Florida.
Those Interested In said
enterprise, and the extent of
the interest of each, la as
follows: Robert Volskl
100 percent Interest
1546 Venera Ave.,
Coral Gables. Fla
09894 May 22. 29:
JuneS. 12. 1901
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
INTHE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action
No. 91-7939 FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
in RE The Marriage of
LOI is hi NCH
Petitioner,
and
MYRTICE ROSE Bl NCH
Respondent
MYRTICE HOSE HI NCH
lent e i nknown
II ARE HEREBY NOTI
Fl ED thai an aotsMI for 'issie
,ut ion hi Marriage baa beer
filed against you and you ar*
red to sen i I youi
nlten defenses, il ai
l \u RENCE M IHOOT,
ESQ attorney lot i etittoner

Boulevard iiami.
Florida ind '.! the original
with ibove
n or I kin
t: therwla
will be entered against von lor
the rellel lieniaiussil m tha
aint <>r paUUon
pubUanad
I k lor lour i on
letullve weeks in THE JEW
ISH KI.DKIMAN
WITNESS my hand and the
: ...i.l .ourt at Miami.
Florida on this .'i daj of May,
I Sal
RICHARD P BRINKER
AsClerk. Circuit Court
untv. I- lorula
\ Hewetl
As Deputy Clerk
Circ uil Court Seai
LAWRENCE M SHOOT
ESQ.
iHi Miami Florida 33137
relephOJM i 305i 573-5010
Mlorna) for Petitioner
*"* Mav29.
JuneS. 12 19 19*1
AFFIDAVITUNDER
FICTITIOUSNAME
STATUTE
STATE OF FLORIDA
COUNTY OF DADE
The undersigned, under oath,
says. It Is the intention of the
undersigned to engage in a .
business enterprise under the
fictitious name of Oklahoma I
Associates located at Suite 921. i
1888 Meridian Avenue In the
I It} of Miami Beach. Dade
County. Florida
Those interested In said en- I
terprise and the extent of the
interest of each la aa follows
Interest
Gordon R Miller
Partner
16*8 Meridian Avenue.
Miami Beach. Fla.
Stephen M Kulvln
Partner
ISM Meridian Avenue
Miami Beach. Fla. Sworn to
and subscribed to before me. at
Miami Beach. Dade County
Florida, this 28 day of April!
19*1
Carol R Perei
Notary Public.
Slate of Florida
at Large
09817 May 8. 18. 22. 2*. lBBlj
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious name Briar
Bay True Value Hardware at
13128 S W 89 Place. Miami.
Fla. BUS Intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dad* County.
Florida
Samuel R Hasatd. Owner
Arnold Ijeberman Eaq.
Attorney for Applicant
Oflfxil May 2*.
J.ineB. 12. 19. 1981
T
INTHE CIRCUITCOURT OF
TNI ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITINANDFOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
Case Nell ill I FC-14
FAMILY DIVISION
IN HE The Marriage Of
MIKE VASQUEZTELL,
Petitioner
and
MARILYN RUTH
VASQUEZTELL.
Respondent
NOTICE OF ACTION
It) MARILYN RUTH
VASQUEZTELL
"UNKNOWN''
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
an action for dissolution of
Viarrlage has been filed
against you and you are re-
quired to serve a copy of your
written defenses, if any. on
BERNARD J. LEVY. ESQ.
Attorney for Petitioner. Suit*
1015. 433 N.E. 187 St. N.M.B..
Fl 33183 on or before June 28,
1981, and file the original with
the clerk of this court, other-
wise a default will be enured
against you
Dated: May 22 1981
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk
I'vK Seifrted
As Deputy Clark
May 29:
JuneS. 12. 19. 1981
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NOFROFERTY)
INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Act.on No 11 -7105 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The Marriage of
ARMANDO MONTES.
Petitioner,
and
IMILSE MONTES.A K A
IMILSE CALZADILLA.
Respondent
TO IMILSE MONTES.
A K-A
IMILSE CALZADILLA
ABALO No 4
e-Sanaiete y Euseblo
Alvarex
Cruces. Villa Clara.
Cuba
YOl' ARE HEREBY NOT!
FIED that a PeUUon for Disso-
lution of vour Marriage nas
been filed and commenced in
this Court and vou are required
to serve a copy of your written
defenses if any. to it. on
CARLOS M MENDEZ. Eaq .
\tlorne\ lor Petitioner whose
address is 2985 VN 4th Avenue.
HIA1J-.AH Florida 33012 and
file the original with the Herk
ot ihe styled Court on or before
June .: iiherwise a
default will he entered against
you lor Ihe relief nraved for in
me complaint or petition
U not lea - 09MM aacll ween lor four con
BKUUve weeks .n THE JEW
ISH FLORIDIAN MIAMI
BEACH
- hand and the
seal ol said Court at Miami
Florida ) this 7 dav of May
CH UIDI BRINKS
.it Court
ie i ountj t lorida
C.I "one land
Clerk
CARLOS M MENDEZ, Esq
.9KB W 4lli Avenue
HIALEAH Florida 33012
Attorne
Petitioner
09862 May is a
ins 5.1981
N THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR
DADE COUNTY FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number II 4100
Division 02
IN RE ESTATE OF
SIMON ELIESON
Deceased
Notice OF
ADMINISTRATION
TO ALL PERSONS HAYINC
CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
AGAINST THE ABOVE
ESTATE AND ALL OTHER
PERSONS INTERESTED IN
THE ESTATE
YOL ARE HEREBY
NOTIFIED that the ad
ministration of the estate of
SIMON ELIESON. decessed
File Number 81-4300. Is pending
in the Circuit Court for Dade
County. Florida. Probate
Division the address of which
is 73 W Flagler Street. Miami
Florida 33130 The personal
-epresentatlvr of the estate Is
SCOTT ELIESON whose ad
dress Is 8233 Harding Avenue
Miami Beach. Flortdd 33141
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
OF THE FIRST PUBLICA-
TION OF THIS NOTICE, to file
with the clerk of the above
court a written statement of
any claim or demand they may
have Each claim must be in
writing and must Indicate the
basis for ths claim, the name
and address of the creditor or
hie agent or attorney, and ths
amount claimed If the claim is
not yet due. the date when it
will become due shall be'
stated If the claim Is contuv
gant or unliquidated the.
nature of the uncertainty shall
be stated If the claim la ee
cured, the security shall be de-
scribed. The claimant, shall
deliver sufficient copies of the
claim to the clerk to enable the
e*rk to mall one copy to each
personal representative
All persons Interested In the
estate to whom a copy of this
Notice of Administration has
0*4" mailed are required
WITHIN THREE MONTHS
"ROM THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE, to file any ob-
jections they may have that
challenges the validity of the
decedent's will, the quail
fkmtfcma of the personal re
presentatlve or ths venue or
jurisdiction of the court
ALL CLAIMS. DEMANDS
AND OBJECTIONS NOT SO
rTLE WTLL BE FOREVER
Dade of the Brat publication
Of this Notice of
Administration May 23. 1991
SCOTT ELIESO N
Aa Personal Representative
of the Eatate of
8DMON ELIESON, Deceased
ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL
REPRESS NTATTV E
MARTIN ROTH
1111 Alnaley Building
Miami. Florida SSISJ
Telephone l SOB I 371-5882
May 2S. 39. 1981
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITINANDFOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
FAMILY DIVISION
CsteNo II 7J0 FC
In re the marriage of
TERRIIXL JACKSON
Petitioner Husband
vs
ADAW JACKSON
Respondent Wife
To ADAW JACKSON
44 Belmont St
Englewood N J 07631
NOTICE OF ACTION
YOU ADA W JACKSON are
hereby notified to file your
answer to this Petition for
Dissolution of Marriage with
Ihe Clerk ol the Court and mall
a copy to Petitioner s Attorney
DANIEL GALLUP 2355
Sala-do Street. Coral Gables.
Florida. BUM, on or before
June IS, 19M else Petition will
be taken as confessed
This 12 dav of Mav. 1981
RICHARD P BRINKER
'"lerk Circuit Court
ByC P l ooeiand
Deputy Clerk
'*><> Mav 13 n JV
iune5. I9H1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
9 he RE in
ileii ngneil
deali -. nutinre
us name

imi FLA
lend
I" unty
run*


Miami
- .
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
OADE COUNTY FLORIDA
Case No II 7|71 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
IN RE The Adoption of
two minor children
by
HEtTOR ALVAREZ
Petitioner
NOTICE OT tCTION
TO RICHARD CUESTA
and
CHRISTOPHER RIVA1
Residence I nknown
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
an action for the adoption of 2
minors has been filed and you
are required to serve a copy of
your written objection to It on
B J LEVY. ESy attorney for
Petitioner whose address Is
833 N E 167 St V M B EL
33182 on or before June 19. 1981
and file the original with the
clerk of this court
Dated May 18. 1981
RICHARD P BRINKER
By A D Wade
Aa Deputy Clerk
eta*. May 22. 29
Junes. 12. 1981
INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN ANDFOR
OADECOUNTY FLORIDA
Cjlt NO II >S4 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE RV PUBLICATION
SUIT FOR DISSOLUTION
OFMARRIAOE
IN RE The Marriage Of
GUSTAVO GONZALEZ
Petitioner
and
OFELIA GONZALEZ.
Respondent
TO: OFELIA GONZALEZ
I Residence la
unknown i
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED to file your Answer or
other pleading with the Court's
Clerk, and mall a copy of said
answer to DANIEL M KEIL.
Attorney for Petitioner 218S
West 4th Avenue. Hlaleah.
Florida, on or before the 19 day
of June. 1981. else Default shall
be taken against you.
DATED this 14 day of May,
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk. Circuit
a AD Wade. DC
M KEIL ESQ
ATTORNEY FOR
PETITIONER
3188 WEST 4TH AVE
HIALEAH. FLORIDA 33012
Telephone: isob i asa-agoo
May 22 29
Junes. 12. 1981
Telephone
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
WOnCE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned.
*trtng to engage In euatneae
under the fictitious name or
WELCH PROPERTIES at
number 8099 N.W Bind Street '
"J" C^Yf **. Flortda|
aam intends to register the
Sil'Sfef "" "^ <** of the
Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida
Dated at Miami. Florida, this
IS day of May. 1981
BLANCHE WELCH
OENEJTHA WELCH THOMAS
ARTHUR D FRISHMAN
407 Lincoln Road.
Suite ISA
Miami Beach. Florida nil*
Telephone: (SOS I 9T3-4T34
otm1 May IS,:
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITINANDFOR
OADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
FAMILY DIVISION
CateNo II 7JJFC
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN RE The Marriage Of
NORA JULIAO DE JIMENO
Petitioner Wife
ve
JAIRO JIMENO BERN AI.
Respondent Husband
TO. JAIRO JIMENO BERNAL
CarreraSONo 74-138
Barranqullla. Colombia
YOU JAIRO JIMENO
BERNAL are hereby notified
to file your answer to this Petl
tlon for Dissolution of Marriage
with the Clerk of the Court and
mail a ropy to Petitioner s
Attorney DANIEL GALLUP
2356 Ssutedo Street. Coral
Gables. Florida. SS1S4 on or
before June 12. 1981 else Petl
tlon will be taken aa confessed
This u day of May. 1981
RICHARD P BRINKER
< lerk Circuit Court
By M J Hartnett
Deputy Clerk
May IS. 22 29
Junes. 1981
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITOF FLORIDA IN
AND FOR OAOE COUNTY
Civil Action
Noll 7*47 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR
DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
N RI The Marriage of
TYRONE u I Li.; a MS
Huso and.
and
CAROLYN ANN
ILL. A MS
'.Vlfe
TO Carolyn LNN
13 North Hlair St
Jackson
Mississippi
YOU ark HEREBY not:
FIED that an artlon for Disso
lutlon of Marriage has been
filed againat vou and vou are
required to serve copy of your
written defenses if any to It on
ARTHUR H UPSON attornev
for Petitioner whose address i
1316 N W 167 Street Miami
r lorida and file the original
with the alert ..f the above
styles] rourt on or before June
19 1981 otherwise a default
will be entered againat you for
the relief demanded in the
complaint or petition
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami
Florida on this 18th day of May
RICHARD P BRINKER
Aa Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County Florida
By A D Wade
Aa Deputy clerk
09883 May 22 29
__________________JuneS. 13,1981
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
notice is HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned
desiring to engage in business
under Ihe fictitious name AD
Dire, tors at Tom N V. wm
tvenus Miami Florida SB 141
intends to register said name
with Ihe Clerk ol Ihe Circuit
Csirt of Dade County Florida
Ale* N Srhreer
Andrew Schreer
Attorney lor
Mex N S. hreer
14IH Hni kell Avenue
hilts ana
Miami Honda 33131
Telephone i SBSi i> ki-m>
99Q2 May 29.
_____ JuneS. 12. 19 1981
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious name of
TAL1A.NOFF RUBIN at
number 2BSB S Bay shore
Drive. Suite 800C. in the City of
Miami. Florida, intends to
register the said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court ol
Dade County. Florida.
GEOROE J. TALIANOFF
P A.
MARK R. RUBIN
TALIANOFF A RUBIN
Attorney for Applicant
XSBBS Bay shore Drive
Miami Florida MISS
May 16. 22 29
TO
CIRCUIT,N^OiCliL
OAOE COUNTY cn
Ce No II.??,, i?
NOTICE 9Y
^Husband -Peiiuone,^
GUILLERMINAAPONT.
ALVAREZ All;, SEffi1
WlfeResponaV^e
GI'ILLERUiv. ..
BulldlngNo u
Apt No J04
Trujlllo Alto.
l>uertoRicouo7in ,
\ou are Hereby Notifw...
- Polttlon lor [C?*
vour Marriage fMuCifc?
and u are ne-ebv J,^J
the Husb.ndi 4l'n!!M
-- Miam- F*il
on or netnr. Jg '*\
*" M .-oZSZi
against i lr,; 4 .>.1U17J;I
oeentere.! siil|
- *> Com, I
an
. I
NOTICE or- ACTION
CONSTBudvESERVICI
NC PROPERTY
INTHE WCUiTCOURTOI
HE ELG 'ESTM JUOIC *L
ncuiroF F.cuiDi n
-kD FOB J-Ct CC
on
NO I' *UFC
AMILT DIVISION
ACTION FOB DISSOLUTION
8ARRIA0I
.SI
llai
-
. of votf
> III!, tOltOS
. H i II
*no
' .
Miami
.;! on or Deforf
lune M ISRl otksreM t
' ^ tered *(1UUI
'. ileminded in
'.lie omplall I i^litsxi
Th 11 11* jubliinei
- for four cos
M-i utlvt a HI JE*
ISH FLORII : \N
WfTNEXS m> i-nd *nd U
..| ^nl i isirt *l Muuiu
Florida m U .:>til*>o
IBBI
RICH Mil I HRINKER
\. ( i. .'.nullCourt
I lack FlorsBi
11^ \ i Wasa
i 'lerli
iitaxii Miv 3
. ia.ii
NOTICE UNOBE
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned. ,
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious name of
WILLSON PARTNERS. a '
Florida General Partnership.
a-k-a WILLSON PARTNERS ,
at number 1BSO0 N W 19th
Ave Suite 1. in the City of Opa
'ocka. Florida. Intends to
register the said name with the
Clark of the Circuit Court of,
Dade County. Florida
Dated at Miami. Florida, this
4 day of May 1981
HARRIET A LATER
FRANKLIN FIEDELHOLTZ
AUDREY V. FIEDELHOLTZ
DANIEL C. HURTAK
JOSEPH J. HURTAK
WILLIAM SNYDER
AARON S. KATE
MOSES J ORUNDWEKU
\ttomev for Applicant
IAYS A GRUNDWERO
*ulte 900.
'18 1 First Ave
Miami. Florida 3S1S1
Hal May 8. 18 22.
19M,
NOTICE OF ACTI0H
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Of
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITOF FLOR 10*.Ik
AND FOR OADE COUNTY
Civil Action NO 81-47" FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN HE The MurnajeO!
BTBRANDTST iKORCE
BAILEY
Petitioner Husband
BESSIE LKKHAILEY
Respond.-iiI *ife
Tl BESSIE IJ>:K BAILEY
4220 East 3th i'lacs
Garv Indiana 44400
YOl ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED thai an action for Due?
lution of Marriage has Sew
filed against you and you
required to serve a copy of jv*
written defenses if any loUO"
DAVID S MERGER E*J
attorney for I^tlMone-r
i^rJ is 199 WMhUNI1*
lesch.
orlgl
abov
r Junt-
olherwUe a default UI *
entered against you <<* ""
relief demanded in ire conr
ulalnlorpeUtlon ^
^l.noucesrisllbepub'-vo
once each week for tour J
secuUve weeks in THE J*
ISHFLORIDIAN
WITNESSI my taf- -JJ
seal of said court at T
Florida on thu I day of "W
'"klCHARDHBWNKW
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County, rtorl*
By C P Copelano
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal I
DAVIDS BERBER
Attorney for
Petitioner Husband
999 WaahlngUm Anu
MtemlIte^h^rlor.d.WS,
Telephone i 30S *72 <*
AltorneN l-r Petitioner ^
address Is 9 WsshUNr"
Avenue. Miami Beach. Fkr
33139 and file the oW^'Z.
the clerk of Ihe oov*
court on or before June 5 9
UBB2S
M..>


May 29.1981
+Jewist>ncr*Uarj
Page 11
jblic Notice
I |MTKE CIRCUIT COURT
IniDE COUNTY. FLOBIOA
,B*WlOi*TE DIVISION
F,IN8 I1-44J7
Division 07
.kl K STATE OF
feuKEN A KETEUEN. a k-
LxSNA i-esoe
'^-NOTICE OK
ADMINISTRATION
,, administration ol the
oeiX)I.EEN A KETEL-
FN a k a COLE EN A.
Reg deceased, File
mtHr 81 MW. l pending in
Circuit Court for DADE
^unlj Florida. Probate
tvuion the address of which
n West Flakier Street.
-uini Florida. 33 ISO The
,mes and addresses of the
-rsonal representative and
f,. personal repreaenUUve a
Clorne> are aet forth below
All interested peraona are re
uml to Hie with thla court.
FiTHIN IHRKE MONTHS OF
E FIRST PUBLICATION
THIS NOTICE H) all
m- agalnal the eatate and
an> objection by an in
person to whom notice
Ef mailed that < hallengea the
Llidin ol the will, thequalifl
lUHIi ol the personal repre
enlativ*'. venue, or Jurisdic
ivirt
MS AND OBJ EC
us- \oT ) FILED W1IJ.
fc;FOKI vERBARRED
hlblli alum '( this Notice ha..
Mil !*!
ivi-i' il RepreaentaUve
y li KEN CH \FF.TY
IK 1 in. Tree l>nve
lieach Florida. S3I*1
rn* fol l'''r*.oiial
. UtIVf
,\l \ QALBUT EM)
QALBUT
kMKMN P A .
ington Ave .
Hut in i Beach Flonda 33138
KMitn-siao
May2w.
June 5. 18H1
IN TMF CIRCUIT COURT
FOR
OADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Noil 41 J*
Division 01
llNRI I.STATKOF
lELFRKDAKETCHEL,
Dei .. i
NOTICE OF
Mi MINISTRATION
The .i Iministratilon of the
ol Klfreda Ketchel
I File Number Ml 4158.
hn| in the Circuit Court
Hade County, Florida.
l>l\ i-inii Um iiddreaa
h .- Had.- Count} Court
iw- Weal Fuller Street.
Miami II 31110 The names
jii'l Hldreaaaa ol the personal
repn tentative aiwl the per
lentative attorns)
below
ted pai aam an- re
.. in (hi i ca
i Mi INTHSOr
I ii. ,. \ : N
V ITW I i ill
' tali
Lei
whom not..
i i iiiat i hallengei.....
the a | ...in,
ill "i lha |n-iniumI rv|re
VeniM or Jilr i -
..ill
CLAIMS \N|i i>B
INS NOT SO Fll
BE FI IKK V hit
UARI
itlon oi this Noiue baa
Maya i*i
l'< rma K< ureeentatlvi
I IN Ct IT/.I N
. i in.- ?roveCourl
tai \ ... Mi, higaji 18101
Pel -.nut.
*J*ARI K SHE*, in ROSKN
INNER. I \
.
i.il
no
!!] .
luneS l* AFFIDAVIT
UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME STATUTE
STATE OF FLORIDA
COUNTY OF OADE i
k .., i ..ml.
II IS tnr intention ol tne
undersigned lo aagaaja in a
ntcrpris* under the
ia name ol J I A I COUP ANY INC
I ..1 tOHOO South Federal
[Hlhway liomeHtead Florida
" 'hi ity of Homestead
lade County. Florida
Those miereated In aald en
"rpnar. and the extent of the
interest of each, la as follows
AC1 RSIORKAl.TY INC .
a Florida Corp
Ry JameaJ Arcuisiu
Vice Pre at dent
30*10 South Federal
Highway
Homestead. Florida 33030
Interest 100 percent
Sworn to and subscribed to
oetore me. at Miami. Florida.
'X'"-4th day of April. 1H1.
Mlchele S Baum
Notary Public.
State of Florida
JJy Commission Expires
Oft 10. 1M2
"** May 22. 38.
June 8. 13. 1881
INTHECIRCUITCOURT
FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File No.II 4410
Division Ol
INRK ESTATE OF
HKRHKRTFARRELL. JR
1......ased
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
The administration of the
eaUte of HERBERT FAR
RELL. JR deceased. File
Number 81 4430. Is pending In
the Circuit Court for DADE
County. Florida. Probate
Division, the address f which Is
73 West Flagler Street, Miami.
Florida 33130 The names and
addresses of the personal rep-
resentative and the personal
repreaenUUve a attorney are
set forth below-
All interested persons are re-
quired to file with this court.
WITHIN THREE MONTHS OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE Hi all
claims against the estate and
"21 any objection by an In-
terested person to whom notice
was mailed that challenges the
validity of the will the quallfl
caUora of the personal repre
tentative, venue or jurtsdlc
tlon ol the court
M.I. CLAIMS AND OBJEC-
TIONS NOT SO FILED WILL
BE FOREVER BARRED
Publication ol this. Notice has
begun >n Ma) -f ibki
Personal Representative
HEDY MACK
Apt 111. 101 Ocean Drive
MiamiBeai h Florida :I3I38
Atlorne) for Paraonal
Kepi psenlatlve
ABRAHAM A iIALBt'T
QALBI I QALBUT
1 MF.N1N P A
Ml Waahtngton ive
Miami Beat li Floi Ida 31118
Telephone iMOiOTI-SIOO
win in MA) -'v.
______________________June 5.1WU
----------NbTICEOf* ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY!
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action
No.ll-SOU
in RE Th. MarnageOI
CARMEN UCH1 Y.\
Petitioner
.Hid
\t iRCIALI CHUYA
Respondent
TO MARCULUCHUYA
K-tadosl'nidosNo 235
Apt B
LIMA II. PERI S A
VOl ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED Usal an action for Disso-
lution ol Marriage has been
HI.-.I Bgatnal you and you are
required to serve a copy o( your
w ntten defenses, il any. toll on
I .outs R Heller attorney for
Ivtitioncr whose address is
130 Lincoln Rd Suite 2
Miami Beach Florida 33138
and ni> lbs original with the
. I. Ik ol tile nbOVC ttj led court
,,n oi belore lune M HOI
otherwlss dotaull "rtll be
rred agalnal ytai tor lha
nanded in the com
plain) oi petition
1 i.i- n..- published
, ,. ,.. ..... i..ui con
livi weeks in TOE JEW
I8HFLORIDIAN
v\ i rNESS my hand and Um
eaJ oi -.mi our) al M
i lot Ida on Ibis -'- day. ol Ma)
1881
RICHARD f MK1NKF.R
\- Clerk Cin nil court
[)adeCount) Florida
Bj it Hv.lasse
\ 11..putv Clerk
ONH May 28.
lone'. 12 18 18*1
INTHECIRCUITCOURT
FOR
OADE COUNTY FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File NoH 4480
Division 0)
IN RE ESTATEOF
i UMEGI IT
i .-. eased
NOTICE 'F
U1MIN1 RATION
' '"'
.,..,.. dei eaaed
, nding
in Un rru
Miami
Hive and II
ttivi itl I -''
foi tn below
mi intonated person* are
required to We with Jbuvcourt,
WITHIN THREE MONTHS OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE n all
claims against the estate and
i 2i am objection by an inter
csic.l person lo whom notice
was mailed that challenges the
valldilv ol the will, thequalifl
cations of the personal repre
tentative, venue, or junsdic
lion ol the court na,wr
ALL CLAIM.- AND OBJEC
TIONS NOT SO FILED WILL
HE FOREVER BARREL
I'eraonal RepreaenUUve.
ARNOLD D SHEVIN
One Southeast Avenue
30th Floor
Miami. Florida33131
Attorney lor Personal
S^ILWEVIH.IUWI..
SHAPOA
HEUJ1RONNER.P.A
One Southeast Third Ave
Miami. FL 33131 .^^^
Telephone '"".-.
0M0, j^Vsai
BERKLEY
Albert. 72, a Texas rancher and for-
merly a director of Miami National
Bank, passed away May 21 In Tyler.
Texas Mr Berkley mo-ed to Kllgore.
Texas 10 years ago from Broward
County, where he was vice chairman of
the Hank of Commerce of Florida and of
the Bank of Florida. He was also former
board chairman of the First National
Bank in Lake Worth and president of the
I lanla Bank He is survived by his wife,
Elaine, son. Terry, daughter, Barbara.
a brother. Gilbert, and three grand-
children Services were held May 24 at
the University of Texaa Medical Center
in Tyler. Texas.
FRIEDMAN
Helene D.. 77, Miami, passed away May
22 She had been a resident for the past
<* years, formerly of New York City.
She was a member of Temple Israel of
Greater Miami. Surviving are her
husband. Dr Abrahm Friedman, two
- Myers and Fredrlc A Friedman of
Bayslde, N Y five grandchildren and
one great-grandchild Services were
held May 24 with arrangements by
Gordon Funeral Home.
JOSELOFF
Manuel, 83, Miami Beach, passed away
Ma) 23 A 47 year resident, formerly of
Hartford. Conn Survivors include wife,
Marion ol Miami Beach, daughters,
Mildred Wasman of Miami Beach.
iJrela Sleinherg of Miami, lions Rud-
nick ol Coral (Sables, sisters. Helen
Arons of New York City. Esther
I slander of Calif., nine grandchildren
tnd Ihrce great grandrhildren Services
were held May -'4 at Riverside Chapel
SCHNEIDER
Jack i ioody > passed away May 23
II. had been I resident of N Miami
Beai ii for the past it> years, formerly of
N VC Surviving, are his daughter.
Marilyn i Donald I Simon of New City.
N v sons, Steven of IH-troit. Sonnie of
N Miami Heath. sister. Shirley
Uroaafleld brothera, William and Leo,
all oi N Mi.mil Beach, and two grand
i hildren Services were held May 24 at
Riverside Chapel.
STERN
ij.ibriel sy ol N Miami Beach, passed
Wll Ma) -'4 A 24 year resident, for-
meii) o! S Carolina Surviving are a
OH. Henry, daughters. Sylvia Fried-
man. Tillie I'osin, Irene Samuels and
Anne Solomon. 17 grandchildren, nine
great grandchildren; and a sister.
Helen Upton He was a member of
Temple Adath Yeshurn. B'nai B'rlth
anil a Mason. Services were held May 24
.tl Ru ei side Chapel
KAl'FMANN. Martha. 86. Miami
Bench, May 24rRlversideChapel
KOI'I'ELMAN. Seymour. 58, N Miami
Beach. May 24
KKESHOVER. Samuel. 87. N Miami
lieach Cordon Funeral Home.
I'ARIZMAN. Leo. 70. Hallandale
i Gordon Funeral Home
ROBERTS, Sarah. Pembroke Pines.
MayII 1-evlll Welnsteln
SAMUEL, Eva. 82. N Miami Beach.
Ma) l-cvitt-Weinsleln
STEIN MAN, Benjamin. 71. Delray
Beai h I ionlon Funeral Home
TORGOW Bertha. 81. Miami Rubin
Chapel -t.irol David
WEINOARTEN Milton. 71. N Miami
lieach Cordon Funeral Home
ZAROAR Itl -' Miami. May 24
(ltd don Funeral HOme
i ill MAN DavidM Lauderhlll.
Cl'TTENBERG, Harry. 88. Miami
H...i. li Ma) II I'.uhin Chapel
SACKS Ida C lOoUIni 86. Miami
Beach May IS Riverside Chapel.
WEISSMAN. Paul Nelson. M Rubin
Chapel
UJLER Can 71, Hay Harbor Islands.
Mai --' Rl> ei Mde i'hape.1
FRIEDMAN, Helen I) 77 Miami, May
,onion Funeral Home
KAI FFMAN, Benjamin D 77. Miami
II. ai li Rubin Chapel
:.l-'\ V Sam. -.1 Miami Beach. May 21
Rl\ el side Cliapel
STEIN, Alice N Miami Beach l-evltt-
Welnsteln
-I'rlN.MAN Benjamin. 71. Delray
Beai h Gordon Funeral Home
GELB
MONUMENTS INC.
Open Irtry Day C/eierf Sobaatf)
140 SW 57th Avenue
Phone 266-7888
Nations Toastmaster General;
George Jesse 183, Passes
LOS ANGELES George
JsMMl, the legendary vaudeville
and film star, died Monday at the
age of 83. He was felled by a
heart attack. Jessel was known
as the unofficial "toastmaster
general" of the nation He had
also been dubbed unofficial U.S.
Ambassador to Israel.
Jessel was born April 3, 1898 in
New York Citv, and was the son
of a traveling salesman and
auctioneer. His father, an unsuc-
cessful playwright, hoped he
would not become invol/ed in
theatre.
HIS FIRST real job was in a
trio whose singers included the
late newsman Walter Winchell.
Later. the impresario Gus
Edwards hired him for his travel-
ing troupe, and he toured with
Eddie Cantor in an act called
"Kid Cabaret."
.Jessel's film career was pre-
dominantly in the silent era. The
author ol numerous books, it was
in the mid 1940s that he took on
the role of movie producer. Up
until the time of his death, he was
GOLDSTEIN. Fannie. 81. Miami Beach
Rubin Chapel.
COLDSTEIN. Hyman. 84. Bal Harbour
Gordon Funeral Home
HERMAN. Adele. Hallandale River
side Chapel
HCRVITZ Eleanor. Si. Miami Beach
Rubin Chapel.
KANDELL. Erwln M. 78. Miami
Beach. M-iv 2s Gordon Funeral
Home
George Jessel
one of the nation's most popular
after-dinner speakers.
In the Jewish Community, he
inquired a reputation as a
staunch advocate for numerous
Israeli causes.
VOGEL. Philip. 77. Inverrary. May 22.
Star of David Memorial Chapel
ORVIETO. Silvia. North Bay Village.
May 23 Riverside Chapel
RAI'I'AI'ORT. Samuel Miami Beach
Rubin Chapel
REITER. Irving. 72. Boynton Beach,
Mav 23. Rubin Chapel Star of David.
EISNER Milton. 78. fl Miami. May 24
Riverside Chapel
KASMAN. David, Miami Beach. May
n
KAY. Rae. Miami
LIFSCHEN. Gertrude. 84. Melon I'ark.
Calif May ?S Gordon Mt Nebo
Cemetery
RAUINOWITZ. Leo. Miami
BRANDT Dr Murray L, 87, Miami
Beach. May 24 Riverside Chapel
ENCEL, Samuel C 74. Miami Beach.
Rubin Chapel
When a loss occurs
away from home.
FOREST PARK CHAPEL, INC
Here and in New York,
to .assure swift and
understanding service.
Dade County
949-1656
Broward County
925-3396
1921 Pembiokt Rd
I i >!>>' West Dixie Hmrm.u
lented by S levin
New York: -''-' }ue*nBlvd &76thRci ireslHills,N.V
RUBIN
MEMORIAL
CHAPEL #
Leonard Zilbert
FOUNOCR
Murray Rubin. F.D.
Three Generations of our
Family Serving You in
Dade and Broward
Miami Beach Hallandale
1701 Alton Road ** 100 S. Dixie Hwy.
538-6371 Pr*-Arrngmnt. 456-401 1
r


Page 12
Jfcis/>/fcr***r7
Friday
May 29
Penny Pincher
?
Every^-^Day
Penny
Pincher
Prices!
Every V^Day
Penny
Pincher
:
Pantry Pride Shoppers don't have to run around looking for weekly specials.
Everyday low Penny Pincher prices stay low every day and add up to a
lot more savings than just a few weekly specials.
assont i grinds
Pantry Pride Coffee
U S Choice Frtsh Valley
beef chuck boneless
CJnderblade Roast
Pincher*
.'v^d,~ I Join the
Penny | Counter Revolution
and Save*
NMM *
bw !> Or kohl)
Schaefar____6 v.: 1.57 i 99
Bleach......* .88 n
aorta 0 .'* Ae-ao*
Bath Tissue .4 J7i.i9
*se>*ts* o ar-oa#% *'cf i Cumor .
BBQSauca... "\? .57 81
Apple*auca .. V 1.17 1.53
Kego'Ketchup 1.07 i 23
"aVW P"Ot 'aowe* o 0 C* tew peck
Potato Chips ... .78 99
twortW "Wvon tow C*
thti Social 6 .. 1.38 i 89
*ao Oaak -^#t'
Appla Juice .. tr 1.48 ..a
'ogi Gone fogs**
DCon.......^ 4.88 5.99
D* Mont
Tom. Sauca .4 .89 1 oe
Draaaing.....V? .48 49
Aw b> Josch seroeo'
TNT........'S 1.381.47
Jeno's Pizzas. 1.18 i 53
Topping.....til .58 .69
Lemonade ... ^ .38 59
Chocow Banana CocoowT or Ler*aon Set ft*u f*o#v
Cr#4V1t fn*M a 00. a/V .89
Pla*"1 or aucerad Va**** Cimt
Donuts......51 .58 79
Par-it aVada ItonaVvW
White Breed.3 : 1.00 1 47
Paper Towels
Bonus check the pricea!
L__ppp___J check the savings!
Chuck Roast 1.48 1 79
Chuck Steak .
1.58 1 89
Penny [ v" can't buy better,
so why pay more?
Pincher*
'r>-la f**kppa>0 p-em^. 'tv-
Fryer Combo 1.18 129
uwa"! **#. braaau '.,- I
VlonaS o* f-opart p<#-w*^- ->>
Lots o'enicken .58 69
Stewing Beef. 1.88 2 19
USDS O'ada A o/-> t^ir,
Drumsticks ... .48 69
USD* 0>Mt '-.-^
Chicken Livers .68 99
u S Oaaal .mx w Cubed Steak 2.68 2 89
Ism** pa-a Uev>a9 and da, aad aKad
BeefLiver..... 38 1.19
*aafo**J boraa vnoaed bna
Turkey Ham.. 1J8 1.79
Seafood Bonus Buy
Gul* Itfig 'w p*c
RadSnappar 68299
Everyday Penny Pinchers
So hi! Mm
Turbot....... *
^ Bast i**u
RadSnappar
S~ ttii ort- Wi
Whiting.....
P^V^^n Save at the
LiTn> J Dairy Deli counters
CottageChaaaa 1.28 1 53
Cheese..... .88 1 07
Amer. Singles 1.48 1 53
Sliced Swiss 1.08 1 25
Muenster......88 1 15
CottageChaaaa .68 75
Sliced Meats 1.78 1 98
Franks...... 1.48 1 69
Franks....... 1.68 1 99
Bologna..... 2.18 2 69
Pickles......* 1.38 1 49
7enn0y | Service Deli
m iiii!-^ Department
Your iw-i and Liimn wl br sbced 10 order m
those slorci having terv Baa mu> b m
Bologna..... 1.68276
carv w**i tattfi
......t 1.08 125
WouSJ of ttseiund 10** at 1 *o*s*arcM
Turkey Ham., r 1.18 129
'<*'" f Grata* Ova o
Dutch Loaf... T 1.08 1.29
BaaaT"] lck what yu *an,!
La____-^J Buy what you need!
Tomatoes.... .39 59
2B 59
.69 79
Penny |P'Ck your own I'om
IfTfffifpaj Loose Displays
-S rane> Mhinyiijr man Soiar" 3aacw*
Apples........49 59
pack *aor*> ooaa ap>a,
(xa .o* isess a as tve* res*
.49 49
.49 55
top* a *+&*** A
2 *
. .16 19
**# JOD top ewabrv Ca**o"*e S-^ae
Lemons------8 ... .79 89
s s. mjmm oakMg
Potatoes___6 i 1.49 1 69
"ot *ovaa bwpwaa
Cucumbers .. -- .49 79
frUu>i
Penny | save more with
W^iUJJt Generics
opndBb r* pnead lar blov Nation* Bra'xn
Rice........3; J8129
Gene**- *ad Sevot
.86149
rsapkJns.....'- .66 93
Signature Brand pure
Ground Beef

iKMuniyMIVUIIU "CCI
59^ m l38
elsewhere pr.ee $1 59
Pnca* aHaclw Thure May 2B ttvu Wad June 3
at a aoraa from Ft Piarce to Key Wan
sTo?.'. Open 24 Hours
Check your local store for specific hours.
^vaaBHaBaaaM
Pantry Pride Presents
hand painted

Salad
Plates
.v 69
Mlti pur. r*ir
lit 13 00 OI I'.-r
|*r> S>r-.
- Stoneware

by
Heart hside
cPrIde
It ( MVI THC aOMT TO LIMIT OuAMTITICl MOMI SOtD
to of aims not MsaoMaiaif roa Tyooa*PMici canoas
?Our Guarantee!^
Double the Difference
In Cash
. If you can find lower pricea Ihlt wttk at ny other full
6J rvk* supermarket. Pantiy Pride will pay you 0ou
| OMference. Juat buy 25 different Item* oth 20 or more
at Pantry Pride. Compare pricea on the tame Items at *"r
oltn full servkc supermarket If Ihelr total l> tower, bring
your itemtied Pantry Pride register tape and the other
market's prices on the eaect same Items to Pantry P
and we'll pay you Double the Difference In Cash:


o


See Story P. 3C
s.PPw-~i t iw JnM Wlmttmm, OilUi. c, Urn IW


Contents

43rd Annual
Meeting
Campaign
Highlights
Page 3
Page 6
Former Soviet Jew Seeks
Family's Release Page 8
Brit Milah
Board Established Page 11
South Dade
Page 12
June Community
Calendar Page 15
To all of you wonderful
people at the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation,
I am deeply grateful for
your kindness and concern
in sending me a daily hot
lunch and your basket of
Passover treats.
May God bless all of you
with good health and many
thanks from
Sarah Smith
Miami Beach, Fl.
This material was prepared for
The Jewish Flondian supplement
May 29,1981 by the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
4200 Biscayne Boulevard
Miami, Florida 33137
President
Harry A. (Hap) levy
Executive Vice President
Myron j. Brodie
Chairman, Public Relations committee
Eli Timoner


43rd Annual Meeting
3-C
On Wednesday evening June 10, at 8 p.m.
the Carillon Hotel on Miami Beach will be the
site of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation's
43rd Annual Meeting and election of officers
and Board of Directors for 1982.
According to Harry A. (Hap) Levy,
president of the GMJF, the meeting will also
be the occasion on which the Greater Miami
Jewish community will officially celebrate its
campaign achievement for the 1981 Combined
Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund.
which now stands at a record $17.4 million.
That figure represents a 35 percent in-
crease over what the same people nave to the
1980 campaign, said Norman Braman, 1981
CJA-IEF general campaign chairman, and
exceeds the total amount raised in the 1980
campaign by nearly $2,000,000.
The outcome of the 1981 CJA-IEF, Levy
said, must be evaluated not only on its dollar
value, but in light of the fact that Miami
Jewry has only been organized on a com-
munitywide basis since 1939 when the first
CJA campaign raised $65,000.
At the same time. Braman said. "Miami is
leading other major American cities with its
35 percent increase in the size of its average
gift to the campaign in comparison with 1980.
Our results compare with a 16.9 percent
increase for Baltimore, a 13.6 percent increase
for Cleveland, a 6.3 percent increase for New
York, and a 17.6 percent increase for Pitt-
sburgh."
Levy pointed out it is the human element
in the campaign, and not the dollar figures
which lend the greatest relevance to the work
of the CJA-IEF in care for the elderly, ser-
vices to Jewish youth, and a variety of human
services provided for members of the com-
munity in need of medical, vocational, and
emotional counseling.
"The needs of this community are not
smaller than they were a year ago.'' Levy
said, adding that "the cost of our basic
services including congregate meals for the
elderly, refugee services, employment
training, vocational rehabilitation and home
health care have all gone up with the in-
flationary spiral."
Similar programs which are in part funded
by the Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel
Emergency Fund in Israel are under greater
stress as unrelenting triple digit inflation and
increased security demands strain the ability
of the Israeli government to provide critically
needed human services.
To make your reservation to attend the
43rd Annual Meeting, please contact
Charlotte Sassaman at the Federation, 576-
4000. Ext. 221.
Harry A. (Hap) Levy
President
Norman Braman
1981 Campaign Chairman
'*%,
<;,

"s

''h<

^e
'w>sh
'^o
*PC,
^ev^e-'"00**
if
'"/
'*/,
n
''V'f
"Oe

re,

^<-^>'^
'/*>
<***,.
'+n
"<*,/
'^W'1"^
"f'h,.
**Y*
Samuel Adler
Vice President
Goldie Goldstein
Vice President
Arthur Horowitz
Vice President
Melvin Kartzmer
Vice President
Norman I.ipoff
Vice President
Marilyn Smith
Secretary
Donald Lefton
Associate Secretary
Myra Fair
Treasurer
Joel Levy
Associate Treasurer
NJCRAC: Voice for Jewish Social Concerns
As a voluntary association of Jewish
community relations agencies, the National
Jewish Community Relations ^^
Council is the instrument through which its
constituency of eleven national and 108 local
Jewish organizations including Federation a
Community Relations Committee coUectively
evaluate developments of concern to the
Jewish community, plan how to deal ef-
fectively with those concerns, seek consensus
on joint policies and develop guidelines lor
appropriate action. The annual Joint
Program Plans represent the judgments,
conclusions and recommendations that
emerge from this process.
Jewish community relations activities are
directed toward enhancement of social
conditions conducive to secure and creative
Jewish living. Such conditions can be
achieved only within a societal framework
committed to the principles of democratic
pluralism; to freedom ot religion, thought and
expression; equal rights, justice and op-
portunity; and within a social climate in
which differences among groups are accepted
and respected, with each free to cultivate its
own distinctive values while participating
fully in the general life of the society, ac-
cording to Bennett Yanowitz, NJCRAC
national chairman.
Through a broad, coordinated program of
activity, Jewish community relations
agencies seek to interpret Israel's position
and needs to the American public and
government; to mars hall public opinion in
behalf of justice and freedom for Soviet Jews
and other oppressed Jewish communities; to
promote in the United States equality of
(continued on page 16)


South Dade residents, (left to right) Trudy and
Harry Weitzer, joined by Ahhy and Larry
Hellring.
The Pacesetter Ball
The Greater Miami Jewish Federation's
Pacesetter Ball, traditionally a highlight of
the CJA-IEF campaign year was held on
May 9th at the Fontainebleau Hilton
The overflow crowd of 400 plus, who
danced to the music of the Jerry Marshall
Orchestra, was honored for ita com-
mitment to the 1981 CJA-IEF by Elie Wiesel.
one of world Judaism's most eloquent
spokesmen.
Diahann Carroll, glamorous Broadway
star and television personality, performed for
GMJF Pacesetters, those who contribute
$10,000 or more to the annual campaign, as
the finishing touch to a magnificent evening.
Ann and l)r Xorman.laffe
Elaine and Jeffrey Berkointz
Diane and Richard Sepler
David Schaeeter, Federation Board member.
and chairman of the South Florida Committee
of the World Gathering of Jewish Holocaust
Survivors, to be held this June in Jerusalem,
received a Proclamation from the Ofv oj
Miami last month in commemoration o/
Holocaust Day, now observed annually oy
Jewish communities throughout the worn
Shown at the presentation (L to r.l are Joe
Carollo, Reverend Theodore Gibson thW
commissioners, Mayor Maurice Ferre, ua
Schaeeter, and Armando E Lacasa and M
Plummer, also city commissioners.


CAMPAIGNERS
RECOGNITION DAY
TIME:
5:00 PM (Cocktails)
6:00 PM (Dinner and
Awards Presentation)
DATE:
Wednesday,
June 10, 1981
PLACE:
Carillon Beach Hotel
6801 Collins Avenue
Miami Beach, Florida
Every Greater Miami Jewish Federation campaigner who has covered at least 5, 10 or
20 Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund pledge cards will be the guest
of the Federation at this exciting event. Each guest will receive a specially selected
award based on achievement level. There is still plenty of time for you to help us
reach our 1981 CJA-IEF goal of over $20,000,000. Remember your obligation to help
your fellow Jews In need not only in our community but throughout the world
remember that you can make the difference.
HONOR
ROLL
\s .,i May 11 iubii
JU's
Mi< hat I \tllt I
Mine-in- verenaon
1 lutes AtKin
Rabbi Shimon A/ul.i\
Irene Manm
Voshua sal Behat
Km k BeUot K
lulcni Berget
Max Bernstein
irm.i Hraman
\k in Blown
Edna ( h.irlson
ii\ injj ( y|iers
Maine I Xlhlll
\iis Samuel i irelei
\ln e Durst
William Fetnherg
iituve) Friedman
\llkkl I Ulemit k
I llllll.lllllf 1 ( .kill
M (><>l< It-it
Marvin Ooktman
I Atll.l < rt ill lllll><
in Elliot Gordon
Morris (ir.uicr
11.11I I lams
sue 11-Ifin. 11)
1 nit 1.1 Huffman
l ihiis K.iuiii.in
Morris Kirst li
Morris Mintf
I \.i Kokiel
H.ilael Kmvci
< ishon Kntfcr
lelliey Lefcoun
\i.in v Lefton
Mntsen Levin
i.k k Levtne
M.iii\ luip Levy
n.iik \ Llpofl
hue Lurie
' ieorge M.1I111
Ellen Mandlei
Max Manslield
Hen Marcus
Rnl> \k-rlln
Mlkl Mlllman
Nathan MUner
\i ' >st .ir Nadel
Sidney Otaon
vdam Penney
Henry Parcel
Sylvia Helnhard
\1111.1 Hohhins
Harry Roaen
Maurice Rothman
Maxlne Schwarn
send! Simon
Isaac sklar
Marilyn smith
Eileen Trautman
Beae Tuch
Rabbi woberman
Nathaniel Wechsier
Dolores Woll
Rkhard Wolfson
Reuben Zaretsky
IO*B
Duve Ahramowttz
Mlkfred Abremowitz
Hunny Adler
. till \lllT
luii.ih Angard
EUen Anket
Max vnkei
1 ii nn. 111 Applebaum
I IliMIII I- H.ll.lUlll
mii ke\ Balsam
Ham Hameti
Mm Mart IS
Max Hauet
1 1.,ni is Bet k< iin.iii
Sidney Hemlwum
M.inorn Berlatsk)
Bu> Bemn
Hull HllllH
I.H oImi Miill.lkollsk\
lens 1*1. lit
Benlamin Boiwinlt k
insi 1 >i 1 Bowman
Nonnan Bniman
kriniK' Mrill
Mrs Iiioiih nn.,
Ha/el t .in.iru k
liiii ( .inter
St>l ( ll.llek
I'.iiiIiih' charal
Until ( Ii.imii
1,11 iiIhi Chester
( inn k Cohen
Bruce Oulan
loe < onw.i\
I. it k Drills* h
M.uirit e ijonsky
Samuel Dreier
Dr Abe 1 iifNitin
Gerry Engel
Milton Engelman
Sal Pat lorni.in
sol parber
Mvr.i Fan
Hans I tin
pal peWman
Anne Flngermen
Hyman pinkelaon
sititik- Flach
Richard Flahman
Lewis Fogel
ai preedman
Rabbi Freedman
Syfvla Freedman
Nancy PrehUng
Paula Frirdland
Louis Friedman
Carorynn Friedman
N.11 Friedman
Susan Fuller
Samuel oale. Jr.
Charles oerlen
Raquel oeraon
Harry Gokllx-rtf
Louis Goklen
Ban Goklflekl
inhus Oracet
Hymen Gratch
Ceil orecnspon
ix-ixoy Grodnick
Celta Oroas
Evelyn Grossman
H.w Grossman
Max H.iiiilshu
i.ouis Harris
chariorie Hekl
1 tave Herman
Mrs Bernard Herscher
Fred Hirst h
1 inward 1 loll.nitit'i
iiiM-pii Horwiti
Al IStiat son
Mllli ill I.it 1 ihsoii
Vrihut lurkowiB
uimiI Kalksteln
M.uirit r K.ilt/
mii kr\ Karzen
Ezra k.n/
Fred K.n/
Sylvia Kali
initi.1 Katzen
Nathan Katzen
1 i.imi 1 ki siiiiii.ium
1.11 k Kl.ll
Alan Kluger
Benjamin Koplovsky
\ w Koratsk)
Lit k Komrrit h
t .il Kovens
1 heodore Kreuier
Harry KroU
\.uii.in Laffin
lack i.tiifi
lerry LeJchuk
Rebecca Leon
Moe Levin
1 h Arthur Levlne
Meyer Levlnson
sit 1 LevHon
Bee Levy
HavkJa Levy
toel Levy
LOUiS I.h'ImismI/
Norman Llpofl
\.n Logan
hi ii- Lortng
Motive Lovinger
Israel Luaky
Mt.iiv Member
Abe Mennea
Barbara Menus
Alan MergoHs
Herbert Marks
imntf Meahover
Arnold Meyei
Min.im Meyerhofl
Arthur MilU'r
Carolyn MWer
Evelyn MUchel
M>.m Morrison
Al Morrows
peter Moaheim
Stanley Myers
Abe Model
Stanley Newmerfc
Norma oeatreich
Joseph Peer
Mannte Pearl
Aaron \xlhursi
,\j postal
irvin Pieaarnan
Lilian RMner
Michael Rechler
Harold Reinhard
Frank Retschstein
Simon Relsman
i>r Elton Resnlck
Abe Holilmis
Davkl Rosen
1 > Gen Hosenlxerg
Herschel Rosenthel
Seymout Roth
Svil Sahlosks
Eric s.ilm
Emesl Samuels
Sam Samuels
\iit satovsky
AlH' S.nr.iii
1 i.ivhI schnecter
t ilt in.1 St h.ulin
Moms st hneklerman
Max si horn
1 ir Maxwell St hr.un
Leon st hosier
Edwin Schwelg
iisitiit- Segal
Leon Sefial
Murray SeJwin
Ueortfe Shaffer
1 dward shohal
Harry shut h
Alliert shulman
is sietiel
victor Siejjel
in Herald Sllbermen
Dr WIIHem Silver
Sam soioikm
Guillermo sostchin
Sklney spktiel
Saul Srthnu k
Fay su-in
Mk'hele stone
itihn Sumberg
Irene sns.sni.111
lerry Suasman
Max Suasman
1.it kit- rreurts]
i.i\ Inllinn
lack irov
Sam ruch
< .iri 1 urchin
Dr Al L'nfler
Arnold i'ncr
Salomon Walnherg
itniip warren
Harold Wemer
Solomon wemer
Esther Wrinkle
Dr Joseph Wrinrrh
Dr Heroid Wetas
Harry wemer
Dr. Louis wesery
Her mine wiener
Charles WHrJei
Nine Willis
Sam Wilson
Philip wolt
Mrs. Hank WoUe
Harry Wdfl
Allan Yarkln
Charles Yavers
Emanuel Zahlet
lack Zlegelhelm
Kk-hard Zlnn
Joseph Zuckerman
5*8
Morns AhnrUinrl
Miml Abel
Samuel Abramaon
IHrlH-ri AtUer
lutlv Atiler
Steven Adler
\ it ion. 1 Atlonth
t rli.i AdVOCUR'
I.fr Arrrnst 111
sui Altfesi
l-r.ni Soss Ap|K-|
I l.irrv Ap|)t-I
stank'y Arkln
sirpiirn Arky
KolMTl Uiloylli
st 1111 Bamett
M/M K'sst' Behrman
instpii Berenhaul
At loll ih I terser
1 lurry Beqler
Philip Berfier
< ittir>it' Urivllii.nin
Emanuel Rivlaiaky
sheva Herland
t lerson Hemateln
Max Hemateln
Samuel Hemsieln
III)/ IV llll,
Arthur Bimbuum
IMul Hl.lll '
M/M inhus Boyuraky
Shirley Brant
jack Hrnverman
Sam Hrenner
1 Henry Hrody
t i.iry Brooks
I tin.i Murk
Keren Budowsky
iti.i carUn
jeaae Casselhofl
Helen Cohen
Sum Cohen
Betty Cooper
Hazel Cypen
Ethel Dsinn
FeJJx Uanziget
Hyman DanH0M
Morris Davidson
Oeorfle Dean
MolaeS Deret hinskv
WiNlem Doroa
lerry Druckei
Sam Etk'lman
Lenore Baas
Irving Bienstein
Marsha Peggen
ix'wey Peinbenj
ih oeorgeFerdenkrets
Menashe FekJsteln
Mm lit 1 Fertx-r
Mel Fine
Morris PradMn
Howard Frank
Ahe Franklin
Joe Frleri
M/M Marc Fuchs
Moms Futernkrk
MBC Gale
Rey Galler
Julius (X*rber
Richard Gersteln
M/M JoeC^tzoll
m/m Charles cnnalxirg
Bui It I v Class
Max cUelherman
Dr Henry (ilenwu k
l>r Marvin (.oilier^
Israel (ioltlherji
Alan Gokl
111 -I 1 < rt lit llll
Ellle (ioltlsiem
(it>ltlie t ioltlsiem
Hence < loldalein
Martin (kxMlman
Jell cranoll
Max < ireentierg
HoDyn Greene
lerome (irossman
Manny < irossman
Ray < irossman
Hit hart I (irossman
Herb Crulier
1 dull HiitItlen
Mrs Alex Hanson
Matthew Hanston
Mare Ikuiser
sit 1 1 it-tinman
Charles Hekl
Israel Hetterman
Lawrence Heiinnrt
i*sirr\ Herah
Hoi >i >ie Herakowtiz
MiUione Hill
(irela Hirsch
Ken Hoffman
Leonard Ikillamler
Arthur Horowitz
Bunny itorowiiz
sieve Housman
Stuart Jacobs
Mat helle Kaminski
Belle Kaintnaky
Martin Kasper
Sam Kaufman
Is, it lor Kessler
sam Klrachtauum
kin Kislak
M/M Jack Kleinerman
11.in\ Korman
/oil.i Ko/oit ink
sol Krevena
Helen KuppersMSn
Steven KravM
William Land
Murray Lawner
Hill Lehman. Jr
1 vivid Levin
Israel l.evine
Paula l^fvy
M/M Benny Lilxerman
Leonard UebOWltZ
Frieda Upp
lulu 1 Lipsltz
Helle Lipsky
David Upsky
Mlichel Lopato
Bob 1 .t irmn
Natalie Lyons
I I.H. .Ill M.lllll
Heroen Marx
M/M Harold Metlow
Seal Me11.1t hem
Jack Merchant
I .any Mtckenberg
Elaine Miller
Leonard Miller
Hosalyn Mosk
Michael Myortiwitz
KiihlM Siitli Nahmias
M/M Leon Nass
Ruth Natelson
Max Newman
1 lenii.in < Mierman
Esther llnaky
Aaron I'irrtii
Dorothy ItMlhurat
Norman RaChlln
Helen Met hist halter
ixxnakl Kent
Ethel Heisman
Elaine Rlchmen
Theodore Richmond
Joanne Rosen
Bernard Rosenberg
Ariene Roaonihal
Elaine Ross
Mel ROlh
Lorraine Rubin
< umily Ruskln
Morris Rutstein
Mill Siines
Miirvis St haet ler
Harvey Schectrier
(J >r>fe St;hneit ler
Marry SchreilR'r
oui Schwartz
Jay Schwartz
Kenneth Schwartz
Sam schwurtztMium
M/M Walter Seller
Ruth Seitlin
Sam Sx'itlin
m/m a Hhakun
Morris Shapiro
Carolyn Shaft
I tarry Shilrin
Fred Shochel
I lave Sieel
Edna Slegel
1 i.imi 1 Silver
Dr Arthur sitrin
June Slavin
Harry smith
Gerald Solomon
1.. William spear
Shirley Spear
M/M Julius Slein
Ruby steiner
Fran Storpcr
Irving Strauss
Joel Suasman
lleen Taylor
Sam Toll
Dennis Turner
Lewis Walter
l.arry Welnlx-ry
Yale Weinstein
lierne Welser
Manny Weiss
Belle Wilker
Fran Wlshnew
Tommie Wolf
M/M G Wolinsky
Dr. Lkiyd Wruble
Renee Zales
Tonya Zallea
Marvin Zuckerman
worker Recruitment and Recognition Committee. Kenneth Schwartz, chairman.
MorriTFuwmicK. Stuart Jacobs. George Malin. Sidney Olson; Harry weitzer.


Campaign Highlights
6-C
An Exercise in Giving
In 1978 Morris Rut stein's three sons held a
wedding anniversary party for him and his
wife. Rose. Over 150 people were invited from
the Rutstein's hometown of Boston. The
invitations to the party read, "I would like all
gifts to be donated to the Israel Emergency
Fund.'" That year. Morris and Rose Rutsteir
made a gift to the CJA-IEF totalling $2,750.
The Rutstein's are now winter residents of
Miami Beach. Morris Rutstein volunteers his
time to a group of approximately 20 senior
citizens by meeting with them in Loomis Park
on Miami Beach to instruct them in a daily
physical fitness routine. Rutstein and his
group gather every morning, at 8 a.m. and go
through their routine of sit-ups. push-ups and
other various exercises.
This past March 15. on Morris' birthday,
the group gathered in the park as usual
planning a birthday gift presentation as well
as the day's usual program.
As he did in 1978. Morris Rutstein
suggested this his entire gift along with his
personal donation be presented to the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation's 1981 Combined
Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund
campaign.
In a letter with an accompanying check to
Norman Braman. 1981 CJA-IEF' general
campaign chairman. Rutstein wrote. "I am
donating the entire amount to a wonderful
cause. It will do so much good for the poor,
immigrants and other needy people here and
in Israel."
Morris Rut stem
In Braman's letter of thanks he -ingested
that others in the community follow in
Rutstein's leadership demonstration.
Said Braman. "It is truly people like
Morris Rutstein who do make the difference.
C -v
4
Residents of Seacoast Towers West recently gathered for their annual
meeting on behalf of GMJF's 1961 Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel
Emergency Fund campaign. On hand for the event were (left to right) co-
chairmen Florence Balaban and Frances Beckerman, guest speaker
Jerome GleekeL and Ruth Natelson.
Pictured at the annual meeting of the Seacoast
Towers South resident* on behalf of Federation's
1981 Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency
Fund campaign are (left to right) Edwin Stephen
Schweig, chairman, and Sidney L Olson, chair-
man of GMJF's Hi-Rite Division
The Big Gifts Division of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation recently
held a parlor meeting on behalf of the 1981 Combined Jewish Appeal-
Israel Emergency Fund campaign at the home of Lidia and James
Resnick. Pictured at the event are (left to right) special guest Yehuda
Blum, Israeli Ambassador to the United Nations; Davida Levy and GM-
JF President Harry A. (Hap) Levy.


\Harrx A. (Hap) Levy Heft), president of the Greater Miami Jewish
\federation, recently accepted a check from Melisa Simon* (second from
nineth grade student president of the Rabbi Alexander Gross
\cademy Of drearer Miami, on behalf of the 1981 Combined
.'-. \ppcal-hracl Emergency Fund Students and faculty of the
//(/" Academy, a member of Federation's family of local agencies
conducted a successful campaign "n behalf of thi CJA-IEF this year.
pictured are l)r Elias Herschmann (second from right). Hebrew
Academy president, and David Waxman (right), Hebrew Academy
{executive director.
< /*
k
Guildford House residents recently gathered for their annual meeting on
behalf of (iMJF's 1981 Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund
campaign. Shown are (left to right) Lee K. Thorpe, chairman Lillian
Pollets, associate chairman; guest speaker Jerome GleekeL a specialist on
Middle Fast Affairs; Minnie Derkay. hostess; and Albert Butchkes, co-
chairman.
News commentator Martin Agronshy fie ft) was
the special guest at a GMJF Pacesetter Division
cocktail event held last month on behalf of
Federation's 1981 Combined Jewish Appeal-
Israel Emergency Fund campaign. Also pictured
are Bunny Horowitz and GMJF Board of Direc-
tors member Arthur Horowitz who hosted the
event at their Grove Isle home.
Farband Aids
Annual CJA-IEF
The Farband Zionist Alliance, a national
fraternal organization, promotes Jewish
culture and works for the well-being of the
State of Israel. The organization has local
chapters throughout the United States, with
one of the largest located in Miami. The
Lebediker Branch has a membership of nearly
400.
Under the chairmanship of Joseph P.
Zuckerman, the Lebediker Branch of the
Farband Zionist Alliance, has played an
instrumental role for the past 16 years in
organizing the members of Farband on behalf
of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation's
Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency
Fund campaigns.
The branch holds its own annual event on
behalf of Federation's CJA-IEF as well as
numerous cultural events, including concerts
and lectures, held each year for the branch
members. It is through the work of
Zuckerman that the Farband membership has
met in large numbers over the years to pledge
financial and personal support for Jews
throughout the world.



Soviet Jewish Family
Fights For Freedom...
8-C
My name is Ilya Levin. I am twenty years
old. I speak as one of the fortunate among
Russian Jews who has been able to return
home to Israel, but in so doing I left my
widowed mother Svetlana and younger
brother Anton in Russia.
They are Refuseniks.
I am appealing to anyone in the free world
to help my mother and brother however they
can, so that they may join me in Israel.
It was in 1972, when I was 12 years old
and Anton nine, that my father and mother
shared with us their forbidden desire to leave
Russia. As children we were unable to fully
understand their homesickness, yet the
thought of returning home was not totally
foreign to us as Jews.
In Russia all Jews are aliens. For my
father the wish to leave Russia had blossomed
many years before. He purchased a Hebrew-
Russian dictionary shortly after I was born
and began teaching himself in preparation for
the day of decision. But now my father spoke
more seriously of the matter with me, im-
planting a new love for freedom and the
ancient dream of going home. So. our family
of four began to plan.
Once I asked my father why we had not
yet applied for visas. He tersely explained his
hesitancy. For all Jews in Russia, the official
application to emigrate is the opening of a
door through which there is no return. In
passing that threshold he had to take into
account the consequences for him in his work
and various repercussions on the family.
Father was chief electrical engineer at a
large exhibition hall for performances in
Tashkent. Apart from his job there was no
cushion, no reserve in the bank, no wealthy
relatives, indeed, none at all within hundreds
of miles. He explained that life would be
harsh after we applied and he had waited this
long only so that we, his sons, would be able
to carry ourselves through the ordeal. He
wanted a fighting chance.
In the autumn of 1976, after I turned
sixteen, we agreed to apply to emigrate as a
family. For me time was running out. Within
two years at the most, I would be drafted into
the army and then my chances to obtain a
visa would be non-existent for some time.
Father waited too long. In January of 1977 we
were informed that my father had been killed
in an electrical "accident" at work.
We buried my father and went straight to
the emigration office. There was nothing more
to decide and no reason to delay. To escape
from Russia became our only goal.
Immediately the propaganda began against
us. especially to Anton in school. We were
ignored for over a year but then, either by
Providence, bureaucratic foul-up, or both, I
singly was given permission to emigrate. My
joy was bittersweet but mother insisted I go
and go quickly. There was an advantage to
having one of the family already outside
Russia.
On May 3, 1978, I kissed my mother and
brother farewell, possibly for the rest of our
lives. I was 17, Anton 14. I promised them
that I would devote every available minute to
working for their release and they promised
not to give up and not to lose hope.
I have been in Israel nearly three years. I
have not forgotten my mother nor Anton. I
have not given up hope and neither have they.
I have written over one hundred letters to
individuals and organizations and from them
many other letters have been sent to the
authonties in the Soviet Union. But now,
with what finances I have, I am increasing
Ilya Levin
my efforts because this year Anton is due to
be drafted into the Soviet army. Once in the
army he will have absolutely no chance of
emigrating, nor will his life there be free from
harassment now that he is a Refusenik.
I am hopeful that a combination of in-
ternational affairs, a new onslaught of letters
and help from friends in the West will lead to
my family's release in the near future. The
main point now is to make the names of
Svetlana and Anton Levin ever present in the
human rights dealings that go on between
Russia and the Free World, most
prominently, America and England. Letters
to Members of Parliament and Congressmen,
as well as any organization dealing with
human rights do make a difference.
Although the results to date have been
negative, we have managed to make ourselves
Anton and Svetlana Levin
visible. Svetlana Levin is an official I
Refusenik.
The International Red Cross has twice
presented the case of my mother to the Soviet
authorities.
Her name has been placed on a current list
of Refuseniks maintained in the I'nited States
and presented once or twice a year to the
appropriate off ices in Russia.
Names are easily forgotten. Faces
eventually blend back into the vague land-
scape of "The Oppressed' To me of course.
the names and faces are real. It is true that
there are many Refuseniks in Russia, but only
two of them are mv mother and my brother.
ILYA LEVIN
Kibbutz Alonim
D.N. Alonim
80040, ISRAEL
WTVJ Ntwi Special .
PAGES OF TESTIMONY
WTVJ Channel 4 will re-run "PAGES OF
TESTIMONY" on June 10th from 9 p.m. to
10 p.m. This program is the real-life story of
Miami resident and Holocaust survivor, Lili
Jacob Meier.
Lili and her family were taken to the
Birkenau concentration camp in Auschwitz,
Poland in 1944. Of the eight members of the
Jacob family. Lili was the only survivor. But
during that great loss, Lili made a great find.
She discovered a Nazi photo album of the
selection of Auschwitz prisoners for ex
termination that is believed to be the singe
most important pictorial document of that
moment in history.
Last summer. Lili made world new8 when
she donated her album to the \ad \asiwnu
Museum in Jerusalem, and returned w
Auschwitz for the first time since na
liberation. Channel 4's Man- Nrssenson*en
to Israel and Poland with her. and the journe
is one that will long be remembered
"PAGES OF TESTIMONY provides*
important personal account of one "olocaus
survivor, and through the use of super
documentary footage from the W.w.
period, it recreates the experience not on.
with emotional impact, but with nisw
accuracy. .J
"For making a positive contx.bution to toe
cause of brotherhood .T, ljtfl
TESTIMONY" won the prestigious i
National Conference of Christians anflJ
Award. Since the documentary!i o
airing in December of 1980. PA.OI\,eral
TESTIMONY" has won this and' ^
other national awards for excdW^-
eluding two Florida Associated
Television News Awards.


Svetlana Viktorovna
LEVINA
Address:
USSR (CCCP)
Tashkent 45.
Ulitza Oboronnaya 1,
Korpus 4. K\ art ira 10
Nationality: Jewish
Date of Birth: November 4,
1936
Occupation:
Physio-therapist-doctor
Education:
Medical Institute |5 years)
Employer:
Policlinic (State-run
clinic in Tashkent]
Anton Bernardovich LEVIN
Date of Birth: June 18, 1963
Occupation: Student
What You Can Do To Help loo Levins
1. Write to your congressman and senators. Let them know of your concern for the
Levin family, and that you are counting on their help.
2. Write to Leonid Brezhnev to express your concern for the family and your feelings
about denying the Levins their visas. He can be reached at the following address:
Leonid Brezhnev
Secretary,
Supreme Soviet Presidium
The Kremlin,
Moscow, U.S.S.R.
3. Contact the GMJF Community Relations Committee's South Florida Conference on
Soviet Jewry to find out what you can do to aid the Jewish emigration movement.
While Another Offers Thanks
If you want to know what American Jews
can do to help Soviet Jewry, educate your
children about the history of the Jews in
Russia, because the story of the struggle for
Jewish emigration from the Soviet Union is
not one of a few short years, but one which is
only now beginning."
The speaker? Lev Roitburd. 44. now of
Ramat Can, Israel; a half year ago an official
non-person from Odessa. U.S.S.R.,
struggling for seven years through im-
prisonment, harassment, public slander and
deprivation for the right to live in Israel.
Roitburd was recently in Miami to visit his
relatives who less then two years ago
discovered their relationship and his critical
condition in the Soviet Union, and to thank
the Greater Miami Jewish community, who
under the aegis of Federations Community
Relations Committee's South Florida Con-
ference on Soviet Jewry and Congregation
Agudath Achim of Star Lakes Estates, had
been working for his release as well as that of
his wife, Lilia, and son, Alexander.
Last year, the effort to win the Roitburds'
release gained added urgency as son
Alexander approached draft age. The Soviet
goverment normally forces potential emigres
to wait five years following military service
before granting permission to leave the
country even though an individual may have
had no contract with state secrets and poses
no threat to Soviet security.
Following Roitburds initial application
and refusal in 1974 to leave for Israel, he was
arrested and sent to a prison camp, first in the
Ukraine, and later in Siberia. Throughout the
period of his struggle to leave, he was the
subject of periodic condemnations in both the
Odessa and national media which accused him
f "black marketeering. hooliganism,
drunkenness, and Zionist activities, sup-
ported by regular visits from special
emissaries from abroad.
Before the Moscow Olympic Games last
year, Roitburd was the subject of a television
editorial which also accused him of being in
direct contact with the center of European
Zionism.
A mechanical engineer by profession,
Roitburd was fired from his position following
the filing of his application to leave the Soviet
Union. After a year of unemployment, he was
imprisoned. Two years later, he was still
denied employment in his field, and was
reduced to working as an unskilled laborer at
a variety of menial tasks.
He and his wife were both forcibly
removed from commercially scheduled trains
and planes on their way to Moscow to meet
with visiting dignitaries from the United
States and Western Europe such as Senator
Henry Jackson who have been active in the
Soviet Jewish free emigration movement.
Finally, from the end of September until
the day the family left Odessa, the Roitburds
were under constant surveillance by the
Soviet Secret Police.
However, throughout the ordeal, Roitburd
said he never lost the belief and faith that one
day he and his family would finally leave for
Israel.
In thanking the South Florida Jewish
community for its support and help in win-
ning his release, Roitburd also urged
American Jewry to continue its efforts on
behalf of the Jews of the U.S.S.R.
"They know they are not alone," he said.
"They know of your help and interest but
they must also be assured that the next
generation of American Jews will know of
their plight."
WHEN THE SHAPIROS
OF MIAMI VACATION
IN THE SOVIET UNION
THIS SUMMER, A
VISIT TO THE
SHAPIROS OF
MOSCOW COULD BE
VERY MEANINGFUL.
FOR ALL OF US.

LET A SOVIET JEW
KNOW HIS FELLOW
JEWS HAVEN'T
FORGOTTEN HIM. LET
GMJF'S COMMUNITY
RELATIONS
COMMITTEE'S SOUTH
FLORIDA CONFERENCE
ON SOVIET JEWRY
SHOW YOU HOW.
PHONE 576-4000.


.i*553*
Israel. The eternal promise.
Experience the hope and vision
that has united Jews through
tens of centuries.
Experience Israel
Join the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation's Community Mission
departing Sunday. October 25.1981
for an incomparable 10-days
which will surpass the depth and
content of or/ standard tour.
A mission to Israel will not only
change your life, it will inspire it. .
Be part of a community's search
and discovery of its religious
and cultural origins.
Visit Czechoslovakia, home of
one of Europe's oldest Jewish
communities, or Paris, the largest
Jewish metropolis in Western
Europe today, as part of two
4-day sub-missions beginning
October 21. 1981
prior to the Israel segment of
the Community Mission.
Participation in this once-in-a-
llfetime travel experience requires a
minimum gift of $1,500 per family
"If I forget thee O Jerusalem.
let my right hand lose its cunning..''
Book of Psalms
to the 1982 Combined Jewish
Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund.
Please mark your travel calendar
now. We will send you a brochure
detailing all arrangements shortly.
Meantime, if you'd like additional
information regarding the
Community Mission, please call
Joan Scheiner a1 the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation, 576-4000.


n't Milah Board
stablished
11-C
The Jewish communities of Dade and
kard Counties, with a combined
[ulation of nearly 400,000 have established
Brit Milah Board of South Florida,
[eloped as a result of a special symposium
[circumcision held last month at the Mount
11 Medical Center in Miami Beach. In an
[lit to bring professionals and laymen up-
date on the medical and social concerns
|iut circumcision, religious and medical
Bta participated in a one day conference
[his basic act of consecration.
(According to Rabbi Solomon Schiff.
gctor of the Greater Miami Jewish
Keration's Community Chaplaincy Service
|executive vice president of the Rabbinical
hociation of Greater Miami, 'the Board
neenta a grass roots effort by the Jewish
nmunity of South Florida to reinforce the
st basic of Jewish traditions." The first of
[kind in the State of Florida, the Brit Milah
arc! is designed to educate the community
the aims of ritual circumcision and to
lure the proper and dignified performance
[the religious rite of circumcision, securing
highest qualifications of Mohelim
iically and ritually.
|The conference, which was chaired by
bbi Schiff and co-chaired by Irwin
ako\-ky. M.D., of the Department of
lernal Medicine at Mount Sinai Medical
[nUT. explored the challenges to both ritual
neonatal circumcision which have
tenth come to light.
Left to right Dr. Howard A. Engle, Rabbi Moses D. Tendler, Rabbi
Solomon Schiff. Rabbi EugenJ. Cohen, Dr. Randy Makovsky.
The conference was featured by input from
nationally recognized religious leaders, in-
cluding Rabbi Moses Tendler, Ph.D.,
professor of Talmud at Yeshiva University.
The rabbi is chairman of the Medical Ethics
Committee of the Federation of Jewish
Philanthropies in New York and chairman of
the Bioethics Committee of the Rabbinical
Council of America. In addition, Rabbi
Fugene Cohen, Ph.D., coordinator of the Brit
Milah Board of America, as well as several
local health care professionals, including
Howard A. Engle, M.D., Pediatrics and
Randy Makovsky, M.D., Urology, par-
ticipated in the Conference.
Members of the Brit Milah Board of South
Florida will be appointed by the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation, the Jewish
Federation of South Broward, the Jewish
Federation of Greater Fort Lauderdale and
the Rabbinical Associations of Greater Miami
and Broward. The Board will include com-
munity leaders, rabbis and members of the
medical profession and will work in
cooperation with the Brit Milah Board of
America.
Koach I'Tzion Attracts Area Jewish Youth
A relatively new youth group whose
|hesi\ eness is reinforced with each returning
isa trom the highly acclaimed High School
Israel program, has emerged in the last two
lars imbued with the zeal derived from a two
pnth Israel experience, and a commitment
active involvement in the Greater Miami
[wish community.
Koach I'Tzion (Strength For Zion),
unded in 1979 by alumni of the High School
Israel program, now numbers 250 members
Dade and Broward counties. The group, co-
fonsored by Federation's Israel Programs
Ifice and the Jewish Community Centers of
buth Florida, is staffed by Elliot Brown, a
liami attorney who is also active in
ieration's Young Adults Division.
"We attempt to sustain the level of en-
iusiasm and interest that two months in
pel can create in the mind of a young
Vson." said Morris Futemick, IPO
^airman, noting that participation in
pnmunitywide events of Jewish interest as
organized group as well as planning a
kriety of educational programs throughout
e year are the primary means of capitalizing
the interest often stimulated by the High
thool in Israel program.
By now a recognizable group at nearly
r'ery communitywide function, Koach
Tzion members have been actively involved
1 a variety of events this year including the
anuary 18 Super Sunday phon-o-thon,
[obcaust Day and a variety of Soviet Jewry
plated events.
As these alumni enter colleges and
2'versities," Futemick said, "they quickly
to the forefront of campus Jewish in-
olvement. It is groups such as this which are
ur investment in a sound and well educated
[iture leadership for the Jewish community."
A self-governing group, Koach I'Tzion
operates under an Executive Board consisting
of representatives of Jewish Awareness,
Communications, and Calendar committees.
The Executive Board meets every week,
while a general meeting is held every second
Sunday at the Federation building.
More than 75 members of the group
recently gathered at the Federation for a
through-the-night learning seminar featuring
speakers about the key issues facing world
Jewry today.
Special guest speaker for the evening was
Baruch Krauss, a teacher at the High School
in Israel, who spoke about Masada, the
Masada Complex, and Jewish Assimilation in
the Diaspora.
Uri (Horacio) Saragovi, an Argentinian
Jew in his early 20s who was imprisoned for
several years by the Argentine military
government on subversion charges, spoke
about political oppression in that country and
its effect on the nearly 400,000 Jews there.
In addition, William Saulson of
Federation's Community Relations Com-
mittee spoke about the critical problems
facing Soviety Jewry while Yossi Shochat,
shaliach for the Central Agency for Jewish
Education, elaborated about programs for
youth in Israel.
The Executive Board of the Koach I'Tzion youth group at last month's
all night seminar at the Federation building. Shown (L to r.) are Trina
Fleischer, Laurie Traktman, Joseph Helman, Elliot Brown, advisor;
and Roselle Zwick.


News From
12-
South Dade
Chairman's Report
Much has happened since my last report.
The Community Services Committee, chaired
by Dorothy Oppenheim, completed its review
of Federation agencies serving South Dade
and submitted a detailed list of priorities for
new nad expanded services for the Planning
and Budget Committee at Federation. This
report was reviewed by the Planning and
Budget Committee and referred to the various
sub-committees currently reviewing agency
budgets. Hopefully, we will see some positive
results from this report when final budgets
are approved so that some priority services
will be implemented in the 1981-82 fiscal year.
Dottie Ridge, newly involved with the South
Dade effort and a member of the Community
Services Committee, was recently appointed
to the Planning and Budget Committee.
David Rosen baum, Chairman of the
Demographic-Needs Assessment Committee,
recently presented that Committee's report
recommending a Demographic-Needs
Assessment Study of the South Dade Jewish
community. Subcommittees, chaired by Girt
Boesak and Barry White on the "Aged" and
"Demographics", respectively, clearly
demonstrated for the Committee the
necessity for such a study. While much is
known about the elderly in the South Dade,
there are no statistics or even good
guesstimates on the numbers of elderly Jews
in this community or their current or
projected needs. While we know of some
12,750 Jewish households in South Dade, this
is clearly a minimal estimate. Reviewing lists
of some Jewish organizations in the com-
munity, approximately 35 percent of their
members were unknown to Federation.
I.
The Campaign Committee, chaired by
Morris Futernick. is planning a Ma Bell Blitz
campaign in South Dade the week of June 1 -5
to contact some 7,000 potential contributors
not reached on Super Sunday or in the recent
community-wide Ma Bell Blitz at Federation.
Phones will be in use on three shifts, morning,
afternoon, and evening at the Federation's
South Dade Office. Additional phone
volunteers will be gladly welcomed by calling
the South Dade Office at 251 -9334.
Our Open Doors program speakers and
facilitators are completing their training
program and will soon begin this new, in-
novative program of Jewish consciousness
raising and information about the South Dade
Jewish community for residents of this area.
Those participating include Jeff and Elaine
Berkowitz, Chairpersons, Steve and Vivian
Brownstein, Rob and Linda Fie Ids tone,
Richard Grossman, Bart and Valarie
Ketover, Stan and Sydney Newmark, Len
and Cathie Sklawer, and Barry Yarchin.
Eugene Greenzweig, executive director of the
Central Agency for Jewish Education, Lazer
Cohen, assistant executive vice president of
the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, and
Michael Meyer, director of the South Dade
Area Office, have participated in the ongoing
training and coordination of this program.
Our Structure Committee has also recently
completed its report which was approved by
the South Dade Area Committee and sub-
mitted to the Federation Board of Directors.
This proposal calls for a three tier structure
for our Federation effort in South Dade: a
Steering Committee composed of a chair-
person, four (4) vice chairpersons, sub-
committee chairpersons, and eight (8} at-
large members; the South Dade Area
Committee of between twenty-five (25) and
one hundred (100) members including persons
serving on the many active subcommittees as
well as representatives of Jewish agencies and
organizations in South Dade; and the
membership at-large, those participating at
any level by membership in Federation,
attendance at our events, etc. For the
present, the chairperson will continue to be
appointed by the President of the Grew
Miami Jewish Federation and serve on
Board of Directors. It has been recommerw
that he serve on the Executive Committee!
Federation as well.
Those serving on the Structure Comm
include Mikki Futernick. ChairperJ
Shirley Aron, Sidney Fagin. Marc Haas
Fran Levey, and Dorothy Oppenheim.
We are now in the process of developn
our Steering Committee for the 1981-82 fa
year and formulating plans for our progr
year. Anyone interested in a more active roj
this year should be in touch with Michi
Meyer. Director of the South Dade Ar
Office at 251-9334.
Fran Leve
Meet Your Leadership
David Rosenbaum
Having spent all of his 32 years in Miami.
and the past 10 years living in South Dade. I
David Rosenbaum*s involvement with the
South Dade Committee of Federation came as |
no surprise to his friends and associates
particularly following his return from last ]
year's Chazak Mission in Israel
That mission, designed for young business |
and professional men. made Rosenbai
realize "that I needed a stronger Jewish j
involvement in my life a means of retur-
ning to the community some of what was|
given tome."
Having already begun to feel the rewards I
of communal involvement as charter
president of the Mitzvah Lodge of B'nii
Brith in Kendall. Rosenbaum turned to
Federation when the South Dade Commute* |
first became active in March of 1980.
Now as chairman of the Demography
Study and Needs Assessment Committed
Rosenbaum has begun a project which he
says "will hopefuUy have a positive impact on |
that quality of Jewish life in South Dade.
In addition. Rosenbaum has to his credr
an integral role in the communitywide Super
Sunday effort last January 18. which brought
more than 3.000 volunteers together for a ai>
long phon-o-thon netting $1.4 mttlion
1981 Combined
Emergency Fund.
A graduate of the University of Florida in
Gainesville. Rosenbaum is curren"JtL
Certified Public Accountant in Miami ana m
father of two children Jeffrey. 6, and Jana.
on-o-thon netting *i. muu ~
Combined Jewish AppeaHw*
Schechterman to Speak
The South Dade Area Committee of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation will hold a
special lecture program and dialogue
featuring Dr. Bernard Schechterman of the
University of Miami on Wednesday. June 24
at 8 p.m.
Dr. Schechterman, a professor of Political
Science and a recognized expert on the Soviet
Union and Middle East politics, will address
the issues of the United States tfffiH
of F-15 jet fighters and AWACS t$Jg
Arabia, as weU as Israels strategic m
portance to the United States. ^^
The public is invited to attend the PJ'PJ
which will be held at the GMJF South vm
office, 12401 S.W. 102 Avenue. M"^
Reservations are requested and nj
obtained by calling 251-9334.


CAJE Slates New S. Dade Involvement
13-C
ie Central Agency for Jewish Education
IF1 having made initial contact several
s ago in the South Dade area, is planning
pen a branch office in the area in order to
ad its services and programs in the
parity. The new offices will coordinate
0f CAJE's South Dade programs, in
peration with area synagogues, the Jewish
munity Centers of So. Florida South
I branch, and the Greater Miami Jewish
eration. The announcement was made by
Golden, president of CAJE and a
of Ci M J F' s Board of Directors
Programs currently conducted by CAJE in
South Dade area include the Judaica High
ool. under the direction of Rabbi Shimon
lav and Dr. Sandy Andron. The high
ool conducts teenage level classes in
Deration with several South Dade area
gogues. including Temple Beth Am.
_ple Bet Breira. Beth David
ingregation. Temple Israel South, Temple
Olom. Temple Zion and Temple Samu-El.
imited special teachers training seminars
e also been conducted for educators in the
Dade area, encompassing all areas
Hebrew teachers in the afternoon
ools. to Sunday school, day school and
childhood education teachers.
ditionally. special meetings have been
iducted with the principals of the religious
ools in South Dade.
Other departments of CAJE are also ac-
elv involved in the South Dade area, in-
ding the Day School Department, the
ucational Resource Center, and the film
In addition. CAJE provides
Irlv
brarv
lucational seminars for the GMJF Women's
iwision.
n
Stvphanie Haus>r
The South Dade Area Committee will hold
second South Dade Shalom Reception on
undav. May 31. at 7:30 p.m. at the Greater
liami Jewish Federation Jewish Com-
munity Center. South Dade facility at 12401
lW. 102 Avenue. According to Stephanie
luser. Shalom Committee chairperson.
This is an opportunity for newcomers to the
outh Dade area to learn about the organized
ewish community and to share an enjoyable.
Waxed evening meeting others new to the
pa- A shalom booklet has been prepared for
'corners listing important information
tout the South Dade Jewish community
(icluding the telephone numbers of all
gencies.
Morris Futernick, South Dade Campaign
"airman and incoming president of the
auth Dade Branch of the Jewish Community
enters of South Florida, and Mikki
[Wernick. Women's Division vice chair-
Trson for Leadership Development, will
"ticipate in the program speaking briefly
tout Federation and responding to questions
om participants. Milton Spitz, president of
he South Dade Jewish Community Center's
Mden Age Friendship Club, will also be
resent to welcome new seniors to the
toimunity and to provide answers with
"d to the availability of programs and
'ices geared to those of retirement age.
Working with Mrs. Hauser of the South
Jade Shalom Committee are Robbie
Jtosman, Cathie Sklawer. Leslee Solomon.
Turner, and Coreen Weitzer.
for further information or to RSVP,
ntact the South Dade Office of the Greater
"ami Jewish Federation at 251-9334.
New programs planned for 1981-82 include
a South Dade Midrasha (an adult institute for
continued Jewish education), a Jewish book
fair, and expanded teacher workshops. Plans
are also underway to open a Community Day
Junior High School in the South Dade area in
September of 1982.
According to Golden, "all of these new
programs and projects have been established
in response to the growing need for Jewish
educational services in the South Dade area."
For further information contact the Central
Agency for Jewish Education at 576-4030, or
the GMJF South Dade office at 251-9334.
.Dade Shalom
SOUTH DADt
MA MIX BLITZ
Jim11-5
9:00 A.M. 9x0
(Monday through
9x00 A.M. 4x00
11401 .W. lOlnd
IS 1-9334


Kemp Keynotes
Mercantile Dinner
14-C
'Saudi Arabia has declared a holy war
against Israel; it is against Anwar Sadat and
the Camp David agreement; it is arming the
PLO and has denied military bases to the
United States," commented Jack Kemp, U.S.
Congressman from New York State at a press
conference prior to the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation Mercantile Division annual dinner
held last month.
"The proposed U.S. Defense Department
sales to the Saudis of F-15 jet fighters and
Airborne Warning And Control Systems
(AWACS) is a serious mistake, absent of
some demonstration that the Saudis are
willing to join with the U.S. for defense of the
Persian Gulf and for peace in the Middle
East," stated Congressman Kemp, the
keynote speaker for the Mercantile Division
dinner held on behalf of GMJF's 1981
Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency
Fund campaign. The honoree of the evening
was David H. Kenny, president of Jefferson
stores, who received the 1981 Harold B.
Bosworth Memorial Award.
Congressman Kemp, an outspoken
member of congress on foreign policy issues,
is the senior economic advisor to President
Reagan and was the author of the Republican
Party's foreign policy plank at the 1980
Convention. He is the chairman of the House
Republican Conference and the author of the
Kemp-Roth Tax Rate Reduction Act.
Addressing the crowd of more than 350
members of the Mercantile Division,
Congressman Kemp commented on the issues
of social justice and terrorism, as well as
survival of the State of Israel. An influential
spokesman on human rights, Kemp is a
proponent of the freedom to emigrate and
worship for persecuted Jews in the Soviet
Union. He was an active congressional
delegate to the 1979 Jerusalem Conference on
International Terrorism and at the UN
Commission of Refugees meeting in Geneva.
Calling for a show of solidarity, Kemp
stated that "terrorism and anti-Semitism are
not just acts against Jews, but against all
humanity. Democracy, freedom and
humanity in the world is illustrated in Israel,
and Jews and gentiles alike must stand
together, by expressing a kinship and
dedication to its survival."
Norman Braman, 1981 CJA-IEF general
campaign chairman, referred to both
Congressman Kemp and David Kenny, the
Bosworth awardee, as "modernday righteous
Christians, reminiscent of those who aided
numerous Jews during the Holocaust. The
way to a healthy, surviving, and strong Israel
of the future is through men and women like
them," commented Braman.
William S. Ruben, chairman of the board
of Jordan Marsh and coordinator of the
Mercantile Division, presented the Bosworth
award, which is presented each year to an
individual whose community service in-
volvement represents the highest standards
of dedication to furthering humanitarian
programs and strengthening the community.
One of the foremost figures in Florida's
retail industry, David H. Kenny has been
active in the Mercantile Division for many
years and has served as chairman of the
division's annual dinner. He is a member of
Vizcayans. trustee of t.\e Vizcayan Foun-
dation, and a member of the board of the
Florida Retail Federation.
Congressman Jack Kemp
;*.-^iiftatrr..-!;-.
Mr. and Mrs. David H. Kenny
Senior Ride Offers Help To Elderly
The SENIOR RIDE, a new name for the
existing VISTA (Vehicles in Service for the
Aged), provided by the Jewish Community
Centers of South Florida, has added three
new vehicles to its fleet. Eleven buses now in
the system help people over the age of 60 who
do not have access to public transportation.
According to Miriam Zatinsky, Director of
Older Adult Services for the JCC's, SENIOR
RIDE takes seniors to congregate meal sites,
on medical trips, shopping, and to the JCCs.
There is no charge for the service.
"Our first priority is to help people who
can't ride a public bus, or who live too far
from a bus stop," says Zatinsky. "The
program also has one wheelchair van for those
who need this special kind of vehicle.
SENIOR RIDE was previously called
VISTA, for Vehicles in Service To the Aged.
"But the Federal Government asked us to
change names because it conflicts with their
program, Volunteers in Service To America,"
Zatinsky notes. "Our vans are provided by
the Federal Government under Title III of the
Older Americans Act through the Area |
Agency on Aging."
The eleven vehicles in the senior ridel
system service people in South Dade. Mil
Beach. North Miami, and North
Beach. It has regular routes that takepeop
to the meal sites operated by the Jei
Vocational Service, to the St. Martha'
Senior Center operated by the Cathoi*
Service Bureau, and to the Jewish Lorn-
munity Centers in South Dade. Miami rJeacn
and North Miami Beach.
"SENIOR RIDE will not take P>P,e?'
individual recreational trips, or to the
port." she says. "The focus here is on new-
such as trips for shopping, to a hospital, or clinic, and organized tnps
groups." rV
Reservations for special trips, such as
medical treatment, must be made ^4 n?",oR
advance. Arrangements for using *>*"
RIDE can be made calling one central nun
in Dade County, 673-8668


June Community Calendar
15-C
MONDAY. JUNE 1 FRIDAY, JUNE 5
GMJF South Dade Phon-o-thon
9a.m. 9p.m. (Mon. Thurs.)
9am. -4p.m. (Fri.)
12401 S.W. 102nd Ave., Miami
WEDNESDAY. JUNE 3
Jewish Community Center of South Dade
2nd Annual Meeting
7:30 p.m.
12401 S.W. 102nd Ave.. Miami
THURSDAY. JUNE 4
Beth Torah Congregation
Installation of Officers Ceremony and
Dance
; 30p.m.
1051 N. Miami Beach Blvd.
Call 947-7528 for reservations
Michael-Ann Russell JCC
2nd Annual Meeting
B p m.
> '00N.E. 25th Ave.. NMB
WEDNESDAY. JUNE 10
GMJF Campaigners Recognition Day
Dinner and Awards Presentation
5 p.m.
Carillon Hotel
6801 Collins Avenue. MB
GMJF 43rd Annual Meeting
I coffee and dessert!
8p.m.
Carillon Hotel
6801 Collins Ave.. MB
American Jewish Committee
Annual Meeting
Sheraton River House
6p.m.
Call 576-4240 for information
THURSDAY. JUNE 11
South Dade Jewish Community Center
Rape Awareness
Presentation by Debbie Margolis of
Jackson Memorial Hospital
7:30p.m.
12401 S.W. 102nd Ave.. Miami
SUNDAY. JUNE 14
GMJF Young Adult Division
Annual Meeting and Installation
Sheraton River House
11 a.m.
MONDAY, JUNE 15 THURSDAY.
JUNE 18
The World Gathering of Jewish Holocaust
Survivors
Broadcast
11:30 p.m
WPBT Channel 2
WEDNESDAY. JUNE 17
Jewish Community Centers of South Florida
Annual Meeting and Installation of Officers
8p.m.
at Federation building
4200 Biscavne Blvd.. Miami
TUESDAY. JUNE 23
GMJF Young Adults Division
6 week "'Learn-In*' on
Anti-Semitism begins
7:30 p.m.
Federation building
4200 Biscavne Blvd., Miami
WEDNESDAY. JUNE 24
GMJF South Dade Committee
Lecture and Dialogue with
Dr. Bernard Schechterman
8 p.m.
12401 S.W. 102nd Ave., Miami
Listing for Jewish community calendar
The deadline for July events is June 10. 1981
(Please Print or Type)
Organization
Event______
Place
Date
Time
.0A.M.0P.M.
Your Name
Title_____
Phone No.
MAIL TO:
FEDERATION
Public Relations Dept.
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
4200 Biscayne Boulevard
Miami. Florida 33137
WPBT To Highlight Holocaust Gathering
Via satellite from Jerusalem. WPBT-Channel 2 wiH presen
the historical tribute. World Gathering of Jewish Holocaust
Survivors, beginning Monday. June 15 through Thursday. June
18 at 11:30 p.m. Former CBS news correspondent David
Schoenbrun will host the special half hour "^"*g!&
of the gathering which will pay tribute to those who perished in
the Holocaust. .
The South Florida Committee of ^he World Gathering of
Jewish Holocaust Survivors, chaired by David Schaecter. has
been established under the aegis of the GreaterMiami Jewish
Federations Community Relations Committee-to fe"erate m"
terest in the gathering among the South Florida' ^wish com-
munity. which contains one of the largest contingent, of
Holocaust survivors now living in the western world. A.sizeable
group of South Florida residents will join the B^J""^
from all parts of the world attending the one-time event in Israel.
During the four days, some of the major events will be:
An inaugural mass meeting and memorial service on the
grounds of Yad Vashem in Jerusalem;
A march of survivors through the streets of Jerusalem to the
Western Wall;
Special events at the three kibbutzim in Israel established by
Holocaust survivors;
Construction of a monument made of rocks supplied by in-
dividual delegates to the World Gathering who will bring them
from their respective communities;
Ceremony of signing the collective Testament of survivors for
the future generations;
Special programs for the second and third generations;
Optional guided tours throughout Israel.
WPBT-Channel 2 will cover the opening day ceremonies
which include an address by the President of Israel, Yitzhak
Navon and the visit to Yad Vashem. The second day's coverage
includes a profile of a survivor's kibbutz where participants of the
conference will gather. The third day focuses on children of
survivors attending the gathering and a tribute to the 1U million
children who perished. Coverage of the final day will encompass
the ceremonies at the Western Wall in Jerusalem and an address
by Prime Minister Menachem Begin.
The World Gathering was organized to:
Emphasize the significance and legacy of the Holocaust and
commemorate the 36th anniversary of liberation from the Nazi
concentration camps;
Serve notice to the entire world that the Holocaust must never
be forgotten, never be repeated;
Affirm the continuity and survival of the Jewish people as a
whole and the State of Israel as their focal point;
Bear personal witness to the Holocaust experience on a
worldwide scale;
Bring together the Second Generation; sons and daughters of
Holocaust survivors;
Transmit a testament from all the survivors to future
generations;
Provide an opportunity for the survivors from all over the world
to be with each other, to celebrate their survival, share
achievements of the present, and aspirations for the future.


The Greater Miami Jewish Fedentk
Volunteer Services Bureau held its an*
"Thank you" Luncheon /,;..- month at
Federation building. Pieturta -ted. la
to right) Ruth Arafe. Cert Schner, dirtcto
Volunteer Services. Hose Schiffmwt, 1st
rou. left to right) Ada Andelman.
Fineman, Evelyn Lubin. Sum Schifh
Marion Smith, Florence Or,-.
Nachimov, Rose Schlossherg. Dorothy G*
berg, I third row, left to right) Edna Charts
Rot Porzles, Nathan Bomte. Alice Durst,
Durst. Beatrice Gottleib. Anna Borgyhomi
Mae Hoffman, Ellie Glaser. Edna Rem.
Sylvia Saihin, Gert Meyer, Ibach rout, left
right) Edith Herman, Lillian Postal Aa\
Burry. Shirley Goldberg, Milton Moskoui
Mildred Perlman, Larry Herman. Anshel
zykoushi, Julian Arafe. Ida Moskouin. Evi
Drucher, Ernest Nachman, and Irene Fn
In the past year, volunteers donated mort thaw
9,000 work hours valued at over $.10,000 to I
Federation to accomplish a variety of cleric
and administrative tasks.
(continued from page 3)
opportunity, without regard to race, religion,
ancestry or sex; to secure freedom of thought,
opinion and association; to insure freedom of
religion and separation of church and state;
and to encourage amicable relationships be-
tween all groups.
The Joint Planning Process
Program planning is a continuous process,
requiring the cooperation and participation of
both national and local agencies. To be ef-
fective and to avoid conflict and wasteful
duplication of effort, the member agencies of
the NJCRAC pool their ideas, information
and experience, seeking agreement on the
major problems facing the Jewish community
at any given time, how these problems can be
best dealt with and their order of priority.
Cooperatively, the agencies continually
review existing programs and evaluate their
effectiveness, being always alert to new or
changed conditions to which planning must
be adapted.
Using Available
Resources Effectively
All member agencies are autonomous.
Each engages in those aspects of community
relations work that it deems appropriate to its
goals and commensurate with its resources.
On occasion, the agencies may agree that, for
most effective use of available resources, a
particular task should be undertaken by one
of them. Responsibility for such tasks is then
assigned, by mutual agreement among the
agencies, on a case-by-case basis. Those
phases of program requiring the concerted
impact of multiple influences and forces are
the common responsibility of all agencies,
national and local.
In implementing program activities,
national and local agencies play com-
plementary roles. NJCRAC policy provides
that national agencies recognize that CRCs
are central bodies with primary responsibility
for local community relations policy and
programming. National agencies accordingly
are expected to encourage their constituents
to participate in programs conducted with the
approval of the local CRCs, to make their
services available to the CRCs and to en-
courage formation of CRCs where they do not
exist.
Requests for consultation on means of
implementing Joint Program Plan recom-
mendations within a local community setting
are given prompt attention by NJCRAC
commissions and by staff. As the situation
requires, these consultations may take the
form of correspondence, telephone contacts or
field visits. The commissions and other
deliberative units of the NJCRAC meet
regularly throughout the year to review
developments and, consonant with Joint
Program Plan positions, formulate recom-
mendations for the guidance of member
agencies.
The Purpose of the Joint Program
The annual Joint Program Plan represents
the national planning process of the Jewish
community relations field. It is offered
general guide and as an aid in progra
and is meant to be used by member i
as a basis for their own program plat
each agency accepting or rejecting, modifyii
or expanding any of the recommendat
made, according to its individual judgment
resources and needs.
Each annual Joint Program Plan attemp
to identify and appraise the changes tk
occurred during the year preceding
adoption and to project into the year
the program accommodations that I
changes suggest. Recommendations
adopted continue in effect until amended |
superseded by a subsequent Joint
Plan.

Recreational
Items
Needed
The residents of Federation Towers, GMJF's U
story apartment building for the low income elderly,
would welcome donations of Jewish books and music
to help fill their leisure hours.
Donations are tax deductible. For further infor-
mation please contact Stanley Shapiro, Building
Manager, at 531-2388.


Full Text
xml version 1.0 encoding UTF-8
REPORT xmlns http:www.fcla.edudlsmddaitss xmlns:xsi http:www.w3.org2001XMLSchema-instance xsi:schemaLocation http:www.fcla.edudlsmddaitssdaitssReport.xsd
INGEST IEID ERY9FVRQ9_I8GYS0 INGEST_TIME 2013-06-24T22:10:28Z PACKAGE AA00010090_02730
AGREEMENT_INFO ACCOUNT UF PROJECT UFDC
FILES