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

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

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

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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
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Miami. Florida Friday. .Jum 198]
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Orchestrated World Anti-Semitism
Now It's the Jews Who Must Man the Ramparts to Overcome
AlANM DKKSHOW1TZ
a/c are experiencing.
^ W,H probably continue
throughout
Lp i980's. the most per
Lsive. massive Mid intense
Coliferation of in-
Lroational anti-Jewish
the fall of
Reich. It
emanates from every corner
of the earth, and it finds ex
pression in almost every
institution within the world
community.
Thi' Soviet Union h.i- become
tin chief producer and purveyor
.if this anti-Jewish media biiu
Thouaanda ol books, pamphlets,
articles, video tapes an being
led When my client, \natol)
i\v -.ivs himself on \ ideo
t.i| |uat mimths before his arrest
bis picture as a "soldier of
/urn. with his name and address
and clear identifying features
he said. My God. the Soviets
have learned how to invite people
to pogroms via video tapes The
new technology has prevailed
upon I he oldest form of dis-
rimination.
MOST RECENT forms of anti-
Jewish propsgands are aunpl)
I fir old poison of t raditional anti-
Semitism decanted from Czarist
Imttles and recanted into new
bottlea maked anti-Zionism. Sov-
iet emlmssies and consulates
throughout the world are stocked
with such material. I have seen it
personally along with tourist
magazines in reception rooms
It is distributed to local Com-
munist newspapers and or-
gani/ations and it is disse-
minated on university campu
The publication of anti Jewish
In Pans
New Regime:
Some Friends,
Some Enemies
BnHUVINEYTAN
PARIS (JTA) -
The Dew French govern-
ment headed by Prime
Minister Pierre Mauroy
includes Ministers known
a- warm supporters of
Hut some key posts
are held by men who. out of
political objectives or per-
sonal ideology, advocate
policies which Israel
lers contrary to its
\ital interact* One of the
fiw new Ministers of State.
a higher ranking post than
those of the other Cabinet
members, is the traditional
leader of the pro-Arab line.
Michel lobert, 60. a non-social-
st appointed by Vfauroy as Min
sirr of State in charge of foreign
tad*, asrved as President
Georges I'ompidoua'a Foreign
Minister In WO, when Arab
jrmies invaded Israel at the out-
break of the Yom Kippur War.
Jobert declared in Parliament
t : an blame people
*o want to return to their
former boil i
POLITICAL CIRCLES in
frano \. neve that Maumv. with
""idem Krancoia Mitterrand's
Pprov.i! appointed Joberttothe
nwr po gut 0( mu.rna|
rations trying
to oppn th. SocialaM dominated
ftwitMin towards the Centrist
Pwie* hut also as a form of
uran., to the Arab States.
TV go*. rnment. which is
nK a run on the Franc and a
M- flight of capital out of
* count r>. wants to prevent the
*rab oountriss from withdrawing
"*ir fend, in Frmnce whlch
wid have further weakened the
cum?ru>
ij*" '" Pompidou's dsys.
oert was considered ss the
* Pro Arab and anti Israeli
"mber f generally hostile ad
^tration French press
3"s s;,v thal kMdy
""'rted Arab embaeaiee in
nd Arab leaders abroad to
""""o them about the new
Continued on P.*, g-A
President Reagan and Vice President George Bush flank Mrs. A vital Sharansky and Iosif
MendvUn ich at a meeting in the White House last week. There was no prior announcement of
the set retlyarranged meeting, and details of the discussion have been skimpy.
Details of Meeting Skimpy
Reagan Meets AvitaU Mendelevich
WASHINGTON President
Ronald Reagan and Vice President
George Hush met here on May 28 with
Mrs Avital Sharansky and Iosif
Mendelevich. Mrs. Sharansky's hus-
band. \ni!"ly Sharansky, accused of
treason and anti Soviet agitation, is im-
prisoned in a Soviet prison in the Ural
mountains. Confined to a punishment
it'll and in deteriorating health,
Sharansky has not given up his fight to
obtain an exit visa so that he can join his
wife in Israel.
Mendelevich, imprisoned in the
Soviet Union for 12 years before his re-
Continued on Paae 10-A
Re vered Rabbi
Mordecai Kaplan At Magical Age 100
material by the Soviet Union
goes back to Stalin's time, but its
most recent manifestations
occurred following the II N
declaration equating Zion i sm
with racism
After the 1975 General
\sseinbly vote, various uni-
versities In Oreei Britain and in
Scandinavia refused platforms to
Jewish speakers claiming they
were doing nothing more than
Continued pn_Paag_lA^______
By RABBI
IRA EISENSTEIN
On June 11, Mordecai Kaplan
becomes 100 years of age. When
he entered upon his centennial
year last June, he received num-
berless messages of gratitude
from Jews all over the Jewish
world, for he is recognized ss the
one man who has taught at least
three generations of Jews how to
think about Judaism in the
modern world The extent of his
influence has yet to be fully
assessed: but already books and
periodicals are appearing, and
colloquia and symposia are being
held to explore the contributions
of this remarkable individual.
The century which his life hss
spanned has been, for the world
at large, and for the Jewish
people in particular, an ex-
traordinary one. a century which
began, as it were, with the May
I.awx of 1881 in Czarist Russia
These cruel edicts caused wsve of
Continued on Page 6-A
Habib Due
Back, War
Resumes
By GIL SEDAN
And HUGH ORGEL
JERUSALEM
(JTA) U.S. special
envoy Philip Habib. due
back in the Middle East
Thursday or Friday, left for
Washington at the end of
last week for "consulta-
tions" with President
Reagan on his effort to find
a peaceful solution to the
Israel-Syrian missile crisis.
In Jerusalem. meanwhile,
Prime Minister Menachem Begin
told U.S. Ambassador Samuel
Lewis that Israel intended to end
its moratorium on bombing raids
in southern Lebanon. Lewis
needed no such statement of
intention.
WARPLANES knocked out
four batteries of Libyan-con-
trolled SAM-9 anti-aircraft mis-
siles installed at Palestinian
bases inside Lebanon just south
of Beirut only hours after Habib
left the Middle East last Thurs
Continued on Page 15-A
Rabbi Mordecai Kaplan


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f"Viday.June 5
Remarkable Job'
Reagan Denies Shuttle Was a Failure
By DAVID FRIEDMAN
WASHINGTON -
(JTA) Both President
Reagan and the State De-
partment have taken pains
to deny that Habib's
mission had been a failure
in the wake of Habib's
returning here after Saudi
Arabia had failed in efforts
to convince Syria to accept
the proposal to remove its
SAM-6 anti-aircraft mis-
siles from Lebanon in
return for decreased Israeli
reconnaissance flights.
Reagan said that Habib had
done "a remarkable job" since
having been sent to the Mideast
almost one month ago. He noted
that at the time, when the veter-
an diplomat was summoned out
of retirement to go to the area, it
appeared that Israel and Syria
"were on the verge of war and
that has not happened."
THIS VIEW was echoed by
the State Department. "When
Everyone Surprised
Begin, Sadat Meet
In Southern Sinai
For Good, Welfare
By GIL SEDAN
JERUSALEM (JTA) Premier Menachem
Begin and President Anwar Sadat were to meet Thursday
at Ophira (Sham el-Sheikh) in southern Sinai for a discus-
sion of bilateral issues and the Middle East situation in
general. The meeting, their first in 16 months, was sug-
gested by Begin and promptly accepted by the Egyptian
leader.
The announcement surprised even senior government
officials since it was generally believed that such meetings
would not take place before the June 30 Knesset elections.
ACCORDING TO an official communique, Begins
invitation was conveyed to Sadat by Agriculture Minister
Ariel Sharon who visited Egypt last week. Begin con-
firmed the June 4 date and placed a telephone call to
Sadat. The two men have met nine times previously since
Sadat initiated the Egyptian-Israeli peace process with
hia dramatic visit to Jerusalem in November, 1977.
Sources here said the Sham el-Sheikh meeting would
be a "tour d'horizon" of issues between the two countries
and the Middle East.
THEY WERE expected to discuss the continuing
peace process, the normalization of relations and the
creation of a multinational force to police Sinai after Israel
completes its withdrawal in April, 1982.
A matter of immediate concern, the Israeli-Syrian
missile crisis, was considered certain to be on their
agenda.
!
Ambassador Habib set out for
the Middle East, it was widely
believed that there was an immi-
nent prospect of open conflict,
open hostilities," David Passage,
a State Department spokesman,
said. "We have now gone three
weeks without actual outbreak of
widespread fighting."
Passage stressed that "while it
would probably be premature to
say the mission was a success, it
certainly would be incorrect tc
say it was a failure." He also said
that while the seriousness of the
situation had not lessened, there
has been a commitment from "all
the principal leaders in the area"
to go on record as being against
armed conflict.
The Department spokesman
stressed that Habib's mission
was still continuing since he had
only been called back to Wash-
ington because the President
wanted to consult with him.
While Reagan was vacationing in
California, the White House said
that the President had not
personally talked with Habib
since Habib left for the Middle
Bast
PASSAGE NOTED that
Habib had "worked very hard"
nn his mission. Habib had made
several trips between Beirut. Da-
mascus and Jerusalem and. last
week, a side trip to Riyadh.
Habib's mission will continue
to be an effort to "bring about a
return to normalcy." in the short-
range. Passage said He ex-
plained that this meant defusing
the threat of war. He said the
long-range aim of the U.S. was.
as Secretary of State Alexander
Haig said last Friday, a return to
the status Quo ante as it has
existed in Lebanon since 1976.
While this was not spelled out
Passage obviously was referring
to the situation before the Syrian
army attacked the Christian vil-
lage of Zahle and took control of
two strategic mountain tops in
the Sannine mountain range.
This was followed by the Israel
Air Force shooting down two
Syrian helicopters believed to be
attacking a Christian village
which Syria then used aa an
excuse to move the SAM missiles
into Lebanon.
PASSAGE CONTINUED to
maintain that Saudi Arabia has
"played a helpful role" in the
U.S. effort to defuse the situation
in Lebanon. But he refused to
comment on a statement by the
Saudi Ambassador to Lebanon,
who said Saudi Arabia backed
the Syrians and the Palestinians
in the Lebanese conflict.
Meanwhile, in other Mideast
related developments. King
Hussein of Jordan, who arrived
in Moscow, said at a Kremlin
dinner that he supports the
Soviet proposal "for convening
on international conference on
the Middle East with the partici-
pation of the Palestine Liberation
Organization aa an equal partner
with other sides."
Soviet President Leonid
Brezhnev told the dinner guests
that "it is high time to settle the
Middle East conflict aa a whole."
He said that Moscow's goal in
seeking international
negotiations was "a just and
durable peace" and good rela-
tions with all countries in the
region. He stressed that this in
eluded Israel "if. naturally, it
abandons the policy of seizing
other peoples' lands and follows a
peaceful, rather than an aggres-
sive policy "
The Soviet proposal for an in-
ternational conference on the
Mideast to be led by the USSR
and the United States was first
issued by Brezhnev earlier this
year at the congress of the Soviet
Communist Party.
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A Deal s a Deal
French to Honor Arab Arms Contracts Made Be fore Election
By EDWIN EYTAN
PARIS (JTA( -
^ch Foreign Minister
flaude Cheysson said that
,be new Administration of
Lsident Francois Mitter-
-nd will honor all existing
JJns contracts and deliver
I underwritten equip-
ment. Cheysson branded as
lies reports that France
might cancel some of its
existing arms contracts and
5aid The Arabs are luckily
not fooled by such reports."
The Mipcter for External
Relation* -ho vaa speaking on a
ndio progra-m specified
however, that new contracts will
Wl be signed "with racist or
liscist regimes." He refused to
aplam to what countries these
(enns would apply
CHEYSSON made no refer-
ence to Mitterrand's broad hints
during his electoral campaign
that the supply of enriched
uranium to Iraq will be halted.
The Minister said "France's sig-
nature is sacred and we shall
honor all political and commercial
obligations We are not going to
change everything overnight. We
are reliable partners and shall
remain*"
The Minister blamed certain
unspecified foreign countries and
some Frenchmen who do not
realize how much they serve
Theee Franc* rada will atlll demand me* pound of bread
foreign interests for spreading
such lies."
Cheysson said that President
Mitterrand will send a number of
personal representatives to all
Arab countires to inform Arab
leaders of France's policy. The
President's brother, retired Air
Force Gen. Jacques Mitterrand,
last weekend conveyed such a
message to King K haled of Saudi
Arabia with whom he met in
Riyadh
Cheysson said that the Presi-
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Israeli circles here believe that
Franco-Israeli ties are rapidly
improving.
Mitterrand sent a personal
message to Israeli Prime Minis-
ter Menachem Begin accepting
his invitation to pay an official
visit to Israel "as soon as circum-
stances will permit" and expres-
sed the hope that France and
Israel "will renew their dialogue
in a spirit of sincerity and trust to
discuss the main problems" and
especially the establishment of "a
just and authentic peace in the
Middle East which would take
into consideration the legitimate
aspirations of all the peoples in
the area."
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not expected to take place before
the Israeli elections June 30 or
before a new government is in-
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Friday. June 5. iggj
Hard Act to Follow
During his nine years as executive director of
the State of Israel Bonds Organization for Dade and
Broward Counties and Puerto Rico, Milton Parson
has scored a number of notable records in Israel
Bonds sales. For example, during his tenure. Miami
and South Florida were repeatedly cited for being the
leading communities in the United States for per
capita purchases among major cities.
Parson played a key role in the record-shattering
campaigns of Israel Bonds during the Yom Kippur
War of 1973 emulating similar record drives he
scored in other communities during the 1967 Six-Day
War and the Sinai Campaign of 1956.
Prior to his arrival here, he was supervisor for
Israel Bonds in 22 other Bonds organizations, in-
cluding Newark and Atlanta.
To set all this into proper perspective, it is
significant to note that he served as national vice
president of the Association of Professional Per-
sonnel for Israel Bonds, whose membership includes
the fund-raising executives responsible for selling
more than $5 billion in Israel Bonds over a 30-year
period.
All these statistics speak for themselves. Now
Parson is retiring from the Miami organization later
this summer for reasons of health. To show the com-
munity's appreciation for the work he has done. Par-
son will be honored at a farewell luncheon Friday
noon at Temple Emanu-El. A prestigious luncheon
committee for the event reads like a Who's Who in
stellar community leadership.
No wonder. We wish Parson well. His perfor-
mance will be hard for any successor to follow.
Tribute to Dr. Landau
Beth David Congregation will bid Dr. Sol
Landau farewell as spiritual leader at a special trib-
ute service on Saturday morning. After 17 years in
the Beth David pulpit, he will retire from the active
rabbinate on Aug. 1 to teach and engage in academic
research.
We join Beth David in wishing Dr. Landau well.
His distinguished heritage, during his years in the
pulpit of his Miami congregation, has served to
illuminate it. He is the son and grandson of renowned
rabbis in Berlin. His academic achievements are
marked by numerous degrees, both secular and
rabbinic, from leading American universities and the
Jewish Theological Seminary.
Rabbi Landau is the author of many books and
has held numerous posts as president, chairman or
adviser to both community-wide and national Jewish
religious institutions.
The Sabbath of Tribute to Rabbi Landau this
weekend will be an emotional moment for members of
his congregation. For South Florida, it will be a time
to be grateful for his service in so many extra-con-
gregational ways and to look forward to his future
endeavor in other activities, as well.
Meaning of Shavuoth
Jews throughout the world will mark the Shavuoth holiday
observance next Monday and Tuesday. June 8 and 9. (See story.
Page 1-B.l
Exactly seven weeks are counted from Passover to deter-
mine the celebration of the festival, Shavuoth. which means
"weeks." The counting process in between to the 50th day, when
Shavuoth is marked, goes by the Hebrew names of Sephira or
Omer.
The laws governing Sephira are derived from Lev. 23:21,
according to one explanation. This traces the counting process
to Hizzkuw and Sh'mita and. inevitably, to the notion that, on
each seventh year, the land must lie fallow in order to be given
the opportunity to regenerate itself.
The more popular notion is that Shavuoth celebrates the
revelation of the Ten Commandments to Moses on Mount Sinai
during the wandering of the Israelites in the desert following
their exodus from Egypt.
We suspect the latter is a more popular explanation for the
holiday because it is less a message about ancient notions rooted
in fertility rites than about the idea of the covenant by mutual
commitment between the Almighty and the Jewish people.
Under any circumstances. Shavuoth is a holiday reminding
the Jewish people of two of the most happy occasions in their
history the exodus to freedom from slavery and their re-
ceiving of the Law from Moaes. It is these two events that are so
passionately engraved m the Jewish consciousness these and
the centrality ofJeruaalem to their purpose as a people.
On Shavuoth, we can think of our two moat important free-
doms the freedom of the body, its release from bondage at the
hands of Pharaoh; and the freedom of the spirit, through the
revelation at Mount Sinai.
This is what makes us unique throughout our history. This
is what makes Shavuoth so important as a holiday
When Will All the Terrorism End?
By RABBI MARC H. TANENB AIM
"A man who preached love has become a victim
of hatred." A Polish editor spoke those words
which expressed the shock and outrage of millions
of people, including the entire Jewish community,
over the attempted assassination of Pope John
Paul 11
Apostolic Delegate. Pio Laghi. recently
received at his residence here in Washington, an
American Jewish Committee delegation, which
expressed to him its condemnation of the reli-
gious and ideological fanaticism of the Turkish
Muslim assailant who tried to murder Pope John
Paul. After I conducted a Jewish prayer service
for the Pope's speedy recovery. Archbishop
Laghi. visibly shaken, called that shooting mad
MM." The Apostolic Delegate then said to the
AJC leaders. "Your people in the Jewish State (of
Israeli have been the victims of that terrorism
and know what it means."
DURING our brief dialogue we indicated that
JMM have warned for years that PI,() and
other forms of terrorism is not just a Jewish or I
rasjl problem, but is a murderous contagion that
inevitably will afflict others, unless the in.
ternational community stops coddling and in
dulging these killers. When the United Nations
received Idi Amin. the cruel butcher of 41
black Christians in Uganda, and gave bin]
standing ovation
And when Yasir Arafat, conspicuously wearing
a gun was invited to deliver from a UN rostrum
his message of hatred and violence, the IN m
effect legitimized murderers and assassins
In that climate of international indulgence is
t hare any wonder that a demented Turkish fascist
who believes that killing a Christian infidel will
win him fame in the Muslim world, takes m
couragement to try to murder even a Pope'1
Seven Arts Feature
The Face of Bedrock America
WE WENT down into cow
country the other night to do
some clogging, more accurately,
for one of us to do some clogging.
I sat (mainly) and watched and
listened.
Clogging is a variety of dance
performed to country folk tunes
The standard clogging shoe is a
black slip-on. but any footwear
will do. even boots, provided they
are fitted with staccato taps on
heel and toe. which feature a
center movable section and give a
clanging sound to the basic tap
itself
DANCERS HOLD one
another side-by-side at the waist
in long, linked lines. In some
cases, they sing folk tunes to the
music as they dance Other times,
they are as likely to be dancing
separately, without partners, and
yet everyone performs in unison,
the tupping and the clanging set
ting up a beguiling sound that
echoes the rhvthm of the music
itselt
The Ivrus of country music are
mostly sad They mirror the faces
ol the men and women I saw
clogging, largely farmers. I sup
pose, or ancillary lal>orers. with
tunned faces and well-muscled
arms l.ven the women were
broad-shouldered, with thick
biceps that showed the extent of
their heavy manual labor on the
land
Hut it was the faces that were
especially revealing They were
discrete. impassive. deeply
personal MM] when the music
\as at its loudest and the tap-
ping and the clanging at I heir
most fervent Suddenly. I was in
the midst of (irant Wood's
Gothic America and the portraits
of the Wyeihs turned flesh all
around
YOU COULD buy soft drinks,
buckets of ice. bugs of potato
(hips ;ind the like at a refresh
nieiit stand Hut mostly, the
ladles .it which everyone sat be-
tween numlH-rs were filled with
things to eat brought from home,
including bottlM <>l whiskey,
which the refreshment stand did
not have for MM
This was remarkable for sever
al reasons First, no one seemed
to drink very much whiskey, and
there was no rowdiness anywhere
I coult detect. More important.
many of the people present
brought children along with
them, very young children in
deed, who were welcomed into the
long, linked lines of the dancers.
and who stayed until the \.r>
end al precisely midnight
No one seemed to think that
the bottles of whiskey standing
around so openly could be a poi
sible source of temptation or even
corruption for the youngster- No
MM seemed to think that the late
hour for children was -irange. or
the early hour for adults to go
home on a Saturday night
strange, either. Then' w.i- i
family feeling' that dominated
the gathering, a sense of old time
"morality. 1 *t h Centurj
frontier moralitv perhaps, the
morality John W a) ne, the will
toward self reliant. and don't
trend on me revolutionary
pugnaciousness dominal
e\ eryt hing
Moth young and old m
know their roles wh.it
belonged to whom wh.lt w.i>
psilllittod lor one that a/as, in the
nature of things, barred fmm the
ol Ihi Like, lor example
W Illski'V
IN ALL OF this. | could detect
a MM*, of resignation mixed with
Continued on Page II A
Habib and the French Connection
If Philip Habib. the special
U.S. envoy, doesn't succeed in
quelling the danger of a new
Middle East outbreak threatened
by the presence of Syria's SAM
anti-aircraft missiles in Lebanon,
are we wrong to catch a glimmer
of hope for peace-keeping in the
possibility of intercession by
French President Francois
Mitterand?
There are two strings to this
bow of hope: li The French
connection with Beirut is long,
including the importance of the
post-World War I French man-
date over both Lebanon and
Syria. 21 Mitterrand, who has
close ties with Israel and enjoyed
the backing of hundreds of
French Jews in defeating Valery
Giscard d'Estaing, seems certain
to abandon the previous adminis-
tration's flirtation with the PLO.
URGENCY FOR a settlement
of the Lebanese difficulties, now
aggravated by Soviet-backed
Syrian mischief, is a key concern
of all who want to see justice and
peace given a chance in the
Middle East. One half the size of
Israel but nearly as populous,
Lebanon has been hemorrhaging
from civil war far too long. Its
armed forces, pitifully small at
peak, have been pulverized by
wars in the name of religion and
nationalisms. Homes, cultural
institutions, and office buildings
have been smashed, the land
turned red by blood, families
decimated
Christians. Dru/.e. and Mob
lems have through these troubled
years turned to neighboring Is-
rael for assistance. And Israel
has responded characteristically
with medical help. jobs, and food.
Beyond such humanitarian
response from Jerusalem, there
has been, of course, the essential
military reply. All this for good
reason even though both the
United States and the United
Nations have set up hurdles to
Israel's involvement in Lebanon
UNFORTUNATELY, tl
sons for and the history of that
involvement have been forgotten
or delilierately misrepresented bj
Israel's foes For refreshment of
memory, for a factual PMUDi
one needs only to turn to the I en
Point Program drafted in June.
1974. by the Palestine National
Council. Therein one notes that
"The Palestine National Council
reiterates its adherence to the
right of the Palestinian rev"
lution to stay on the soil of sister
Lebanon The Council
objects to any interpretation of
the agreement ... by any other
side while adhering to the
sovereignty and security of
U-banon .The Council em
phasizes the need to increase the
Continued on Page 13 A
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1961
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//? Nashville
Probe KKK Tie to Dynamite Plant
^,wopo Th AtQuS
U.S. Welcomes Meeting
Between Begin, Sadat
By DAVID FRIEDMAN
WASHINGTON (JTAI -
Thf United States welcomes the
annminot-ment by Prime Minister
M.n.kh.m Begin and President
\nwar Sadat that they woulc
nnrt thai week and expresses
hop? truit their meeting might
help dtniM the current tension
over Labanoa
At the same time, the US said
that Israel air raid on Libyan
manned .inti aircraft missiles at a
Pik'tinuin base in I^hanon
mid havt no effect on the
ianon f President Reagan's
special envoy, Philip Habib. to
calm the situation in that
count r>
STATE DEPARTMENT
wfctrmfin l)'an Fischer said
that hile he had no details of the
agenda of the Hegin Sadat
matting it was "almost incon-
cahrablt that thev would not
Osesm th. situation in Lebanon
One wouM hope that it might
~.akt ximi1 contribution to
defusing the tension there.
Fischer added
The vjx'kesman also said that
he had no details of the Israeli air
raid to knock out the Libyan mis-
Mlev and knew nothing of a
MCond raid on a Palestinian base
near Beirut He said, however.
that the I S continues to urge
maximum restraint on all the
parties concerned."
Fischer said the air strike did
not affect Mabib's mission which.
he noted, was to ease the tension
in l.-kinon between Israel and
Syria He explained that the
Israeli air raid was in an area of
l-ebanon not occupied by Syrian
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Jewish community
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agencies are continuing in
their efforts to find and
prosecute members of the
Ku Klux Klan involved in a
alleged attempt to plant
dynamite yesterday at a
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ACCORDING TO Jay Piker,
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Federation of Nashville, three
men were arrested by federal au-
thorities as they drove their
pickup truck onto the property of
The Temple, a reform synagogue,
in an alleged attempt to plant a
bomb at the temple.
Pilzer. in a phone interview
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Pilzer added that it was
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Morris Werthan. president of
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1 PiUer, in a phone interview
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Agency, said that Nashville,
with a Jewish community of
about 3,700, has not had a
history of anti-Semitic in-
cidents. Pilzer added that it
was 'actually just the oppo-
site.'
ment to the JTA. said: "We find
the threat of vilence against any
citizens of our community, the
attempted attack on a Jewish
house of worship as contrary to
all the traditions of our country.
The manufacture and placement
of this explosive devise posed a
threat not only to the Temple,
but to the safety of all Nashvil-
lians. The Jewish Federation ap-
preciated the actions of law en-
forcement officials and are fully
behind their continued efforts to
find and prosecute any who may
be involved in these acts of
hatred and violence."
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Friday. June 5, lgei]
Re ver$d Rabbi
Mordecai Kaplan at the Magical Age of 100
Contiaucd from Page 1-A
Jewish immigration to the
world, and led to the creation of a
new. prosperous and powerful
American Jewry.
BUT IN Europe, they were the
harbingers of an anti-Semitism
which led to the death camps and
the gas chambers, destroying one
third of the Jewish people.
It has been a century of terror
and triumph, for golden opportu-
nities, for some, of ghastly
slavery and dehumanization for
others. It has been a century of
death and resurrection. During
these years the will to disappear
from human history vied with the
will to reenter the arena of world
history
It was a century in which every
conceivable panacea was offered
to the Jews to enable them to
cope with freedom in some places
and Jew-hatred in others. It was
a century which witnessed the
emergence of outstanding
scholars. artists, musicians,
scientists and statesmen; and it
was a century which challenged
to the utmost the intellectual
skill of philosophers who sought
to guide the Jewish people
through this turbulent time. It
was a century which produced
the State of Israel
ONE MONTH after the issu-
ance of the May Laws in 1881.
Mordecai Kaplan was born. The
tidal wave of immigration
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brought his family and himself to
America a few years later. From
that moment on, his life and the
life and destiny of the Jewish
people were united. Perhaps no
man ever became more obsessed
with a cause than he; for him the
cause was the survival of the
Jewish people, physically,
spiritually, culturally. From
heder to yeshivah, from public
school to university, from the
Jewish Theological Seminary to
the Reconstructionist Rabbinical
College, he clung to his single
purpose, the reconstruction of'
Judaism for the twentieth
century.
Every discipline became grist
for the mill; history, sociology,
phychology. ethics, anthropol-
ogy, literature, whatever he could
learn from any source was en-
listed in the cause of saving
Judaism from the "acids of
modernity." In his teaching and
his learning, his preaching and
his public activity, living and
working in New York or in Jeru-
salem or in Los Angeles, he never
allowed his attention to wander
from his chosen goal.
He suppressed his temptation
to develop his talent for sculp-
ture; he forced himself to turn a
deaf ear to the seductive sounds
of music unless from art and
music and drama he might draw
strength for his battle against the
steady disintegration of Jewish
life.
HIS TOTAL preoccupation
with the problem of Judaism
grew out of his clear and un-
flinching view of the dangers to
the Jewish people and to
Judaism, from without and from
within. He recognized very early
that this was a period through
which Jews would experience
unprecedented problems,
problems of hate and self-hate,
problems of theological doubts,
problems of counter-acting the
centrifugal forces of powerful and
attractive non-Jewish cultures,
problems growing out of the
failure of Jews themselves to
understand the nature of the
challenges and the nature of the
Judaism which they purported to
save from disintegration.
All his voluminous writings
center upon the need for, and the
method of reconstructing Jewish
life. "Judaism As a Civilization."
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now appearing with a new Intro-
duction by Dr. Arthur Hertzberg
(Jewish Publication Society and
the Reconstructionist Press), was
his first major work; it remains
today, among all his writings, the
definitive statement of his philo-
sophy and program. Being a
seminal thinker, he has inspired
numerous works by disciples,
who with him, launched The Re-
constructionist magazine, and
has sparred thousands of Ameri-
can Jews into incorporating into
their institutions the basic ap-
proach of the Master.
As a result, a new and vigorous
movement has taken root on the
American soil, the Reconstruc-
tionist movement, with its
federation of R*constru<
Congregations and Havurot ta
Reconstructionist Rabbiical
College and its Reconstrurtionist
Rabbinical Association.
FOR YOUNG people growing
up. he has become a legend in his
lifetime; for those of middle age
who never has the opportunity to
meet him. to hear him from the
lecture platform or the pulpit
these brief descriptive words wili
perhaps supplement the printed
word; for old-timers, they will
serve to refresh the memories of
what it was like to sit at his feet
and to marvel at the warmth and
passion of this Jew who has the
courage to assign to the past only
a "vote," but not a "veto"
All Jews wish Mordecai
Kaplan the health and the
strength to reap the harvest of
tribute and appreciation which
this centennial year is yielding
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Community, Temple Menorah
Salute Rabbi Abramowitz
Greeting guests are the honorees and Dorita and George
Feldenkreis. George was co-chairman of the memorable
evening at the Carillon honoring Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz
and Rachel on his 30th anniversary as spiritual leader of Tem-
ple Menorah.
The first couple poses with Betsy and Sid Savelle. Past
Rabb, Slaver Abramowitz, left, receives Honorary Fellowship from Bar-llan Lnwersity. presen ^nf Sil was co-chairman for the tribute.
udb\ George S. Wise, vice president of Iemple Menorah. ^^^^^^mmk^t^k^kM
ttdby
Some HOO leaders of Temple Menorah and
of the Jewish community of South Florida
githered at the Carillon Hotel in Miami
Beach to honor Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz on
bis 30th anniversary as spiritual leader of the
congregation.
Representatives of the State of Israel.
Rabbinal Assembly. Jewish National Fund.
Rabbinical Association of Greater Miami.
Haifa Iniversity. Central Committee for
Jewish Education of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation and the Israel Bonds
Organization were on hand to join in the din-
ner and dance of tribute to Rabbi
Abramowitz.
Academic feature of the evening was the
presentation of a honorary Fellowship to the
Rabbi from Bar-llan University in Israel. The
presentation was made by Dr. George S.
Wise, vice president of Temple Menorah.
distinguished professor and member of the
board of trustees of the University of Miami
and Life Chancellor of Tel Aviv University.
As a tangible token of appreciation, more
than 95 scholarships in the Temple Menorah
religious school were contributed in honor of
the rabbi, who moved to Miami Beach after
serving six years in post-war Europe with the
U.S. Army and the American Joint
Distribution Committee.
The evening was filled with personal
salutes, dances, toasts, but above all the role
of Mayer Abreamowitz as rabbi, teacher,
husband, father, and friend was presented
clearly to the distinguished audience.
It was indeed a night to remember, with
decorations committee chairperson Dorita
Feldenkreis and Rosa Terner, who designed
the invitations and scholarship fund cer-
tificates, earning bouquets for the glamorous
affair.
Temple Menorah President
Joel Gray sets tone for the
testimonial night.
Former PTA officer Guta
Huppert, representing
organization's founding
members, toasts Rabbi
Abramowitz. ____
Rabbi and Mrs. Abramowitz talk with Becky and Mony Ter-
-------------------------------------------------------- I. --------------------------------- ner. The Temple's popular vice president took time out from
Hnhh, nn hi, i()th anniversary with Temple Menorah. From his successful Carib Mall to head the victorious scholarship
Famtly .embers congratulate the Rabb, onhisJOth ^niies^ *. ^ M campqjgn for the dinner^ance.----------------------------------------
o the Temples first couple; Rabbi and his wife. RacheL Reena A*"1"?^'*'* -----------------------
Lnger daughter: and David Abramowitz son of the honorees. MngfmptotolJ*ffrwy
Greenberg. uho was sumoned to the hospital on a medical call midway through the evening.
Vice Predsident Isidore Woliowick proposes a Representing membership at large. Sol Yuken
toast to Rabbi. salutes the honoree.
One of evenings most
dramatic tributes to Rabbi
was paid by vice president
Moreno Habif, who outlined
acceptance of Cuban Jews by
the congregation and its
spiritual leader.
Rabbi and Rachel
Abramowitz with Marcia and
President Joel Gray. A sum-
mit conference.
Hooding ceremonies bnng together, from left, Rachel and the ^bbiare "*"* <
* president and dinner chairman George of many dances in wh,ch Temple Menorah s
F'ldenkreis; Rabbi Abramowitz. past leaders took part
President and dinner co-chairman Sid Savelle;
"W* Dr. Wise.
t ?!.- T*mnle Obviouslx pleased with success of evening are
scholarship fund, Brenda Horn, the RebbeUin member Saul Srebmck.
**d'he Rabbi chat.
Assistant financial secretary
Anita Krieger thanks the
Rabbi for his three decades of
inspired and inspiring leader-
ship.
Thanks to all are expressed
by Rabbi, wearing State of
Israel Bonds Medal of Honor,
and Rachel.
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Fridai
In Paris
New Friends, Enemies for Israel
Continued from Page 1 A
regime's intentions in the Middle
last
THE NEW government
i nnsists of 30 Ministers and 12
Deputies. Five of its members
hold the rank of Ministers of
State which would normally
make them members of an inner
Cabinet and give them additional
weight.
The one considered as senior,
both l>ecause of his influence with
the Socialist Party and his close
personal relations with Mitter
rand, is Marseilles Mayor (iaston
Defferre An old party stalwart,
who had been close to the late So-
cialist Premier Guy Mollet. Def-
terre at 71 is the wise old man of
the government.
An old friend of Israel, he is
known to tbe close to many of
Israels leaders. He has been ap-
pointed in charge of the Ministry
of Interior and will also be in
charge of decentralization ofthe
new administration.
AMONG THE other three
Ministers of State, one Nicok
Quart iaux. in charge of welfare, is
not known to take any interest in
foreign affairs or the Middle
East. The remaining two are
Michel Rocard. who recently met
with Yasir Arafat in Beirut and
reviewed a Palestine Liberation
Organization guard of honor: and
the leader of the party's left wing.
.lean-Pierre Chevenement. who is
known as a warm supporter of
Palestinian state aspirations.
The new Minister lor Foreign
\ffairs. Claude Cheysaon, is a 61-
\<.ir-okl former career diplomat
who ha since 1973 as a
European Economic Communitv
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commissioner of the Communi-
ty's Ministers, in charge of
relations with developing
countries. North Africa, the
Middle East and Israel.
Cheysson is known to favor re-
inforced ties with the Third
World and especially Africa and
Asia. He advocated a plan
providing for Arab petrodollar
investments in under-developed
countries with Western guaran
tees. He is also a strong believer
in the Euro-Arab dialogue as well
as in the north-south dialogue.
Cheysson has visited Israel
several times and knows the
area's problems well. It is
generally believed that he Is
strictly tepid in his support for
the Camp David agreements and
is a firm believer in the search for
a global peace with Palestinian
participation.
THE NEW Defense Minister.
Charles Hernu. also knows
I srael i well. He is mayor of Vil-
leurbanne which is twinned with
Israel's Bat Yam and has often
headed municipal or Socialist
delegations to Israel. He is an en-
thusiastic admirer of the Israeli
defense forces and plans to adopt
some of their methods in the
French army. Hernu is consid-
ered with Defferre as Israel's best
friend in the new government
Contrary to earlier expecta-
tions, only one Jew was appoint-
ed Minister; Jack Lang in charge
of culture. Lang is a proud Jim
as the French say. who openly
and sometimes energetically
asserts his Jewishness.
Politically, he is close to the
Party's leftwing anJ believes
that Israel, for its own good,
should negotiate with the Pales-
tinians and under certain condi-
tions accept the creation of an in-
dependent Palestinian state.
A former Jew. Laurent Fabius.
converted by his parents in child
hood, has been appointed junior
Finance Minister in charge of the
budget. Fabius had generally
tried to steer clear of any involve-
ment in Jewish or pro-Israeli
activities in the past.
Among the appointments to
the President's staff are Jacques
Attali. 34. a Jewish economist
active in community affairs, and
Pierre Dreyfus. 74. an industrial-
ist who headed the state-owned
Renault auto industry. Both will
serve as Presidential advisors.
presumably on economic matters.
MITTERRAND also ap
pointed as his advisors on foreign
affairs Hubert Verdine. a career
official known as a top level
expert on Arab affairs, and Regis
Debray. 41. a Marxist philoso-
pher who is a close sympathizer
<>t i he Palestinians. Debray. who.
it is believed, will serve as Mit-
terrand's "consultant on
By GIL SEDAN
JERUSALEM -
(JTA) Religions
Minister Aharon Abu Hat-
zeira, acquitted in a
Jerusalem court of charges
of bribery and indicted si-
multaneously in a Tel Aviv
court on other charges, is
conducting hectic negotia-
tions with the National Re-
ligious Party on whether to
join its list for the June 30
elections to the Knesset.
Shortly after the acquittal in
the Jerusalem court, the Voice of
Israel had reported that Abu
Hatzeira planned to quit the
NRP and run on an independent
ticket.
ACQUITTED with him on the
bribery charges were three other
defendants, adviser Moshe
Ciabai. diamond merchant
Shmuel Daskel and Rabbi
Am ram Korach. The Religious
Minister and Gahai had been
charged spec.fi, alk wh
proving increased- fuds J,
religious institutions. j r.,^
for which thev allegedK r n
kickbacks. """"J r*vad
At the same time as the ar
qu.ttal was announced ,n ,hat
case a new indict
m.tted to the Tel Avi dur
court, charged Abu Hatzeira -
as mayor of Ramie from ,9:
1977 -- with deceit, violation 3
trust and conspiracy.
Specifically Abu Hat/.e.ra was
accused of receiving monev ,m.
properly from the Interior
Ministry, allocated for the Kami,.
municipality, and of stealing
government funds as mayor
THE JERUSALEM court
ruled unnanimouslv in rejecting
two counts those charging
bribes and grants involving the
religious institutions in B'nai
Brak and the VaahnJti Hasidic
mmmunity On another chargi
involving theSpmka Hasidi, <,.
amiva. two of the judges tound
reasonable doubt and one f\
complete acquittal.
ideology, is a friend of Premier
Fidel Castro of Cuba and was
arrested in 1967 by Bolivian au
thorities while working there in a
an anti-government movement
together with the late guerrilla
leader Che (Juevera
In all. the new Ministers and
advisors are a mixed lot. bxlud
ing some of Israels baa* friends
such as Defferre. and some of its
most dangerous opponents, like
Jobert It is assumed, bow,
that Mitterrand hims,
make the basic divisions w\
could affect major Israeli in-
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TEL AVIV (JTA) The Israeli freighter
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rescued by the Swedish freighter Arina and are
ouie to Port Said, according to the Zim Lines.
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lease in February, alerted the President
and the Vice President to the plight of
Jews and other minorities in the Soviet
Union who continue to be denied their
human rights, especially their right to
free emigration.
Jacob Stein, a White House adviser,
said the President and Vice President
were deeply moved by their meeting with
Mrs. Sharansky and Mendelevich.
The President expressed his concern for
all in the Soviet Union who are being
denied their human rights,'' Stein said,
adding that the President "will use
channels most appropriate to bringing
about Sharansky's release so that he can
be reunited with his wife."

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JERUSALEM -
(JTAl A pledge that
Egypt will not allow any
other Arab country to
impose"' war by Egypt on
Israel was made by Hosni
Mubarak, Egypt's vice
president, in an interview
with Maariv.
"We will not be a tool in the
hands of any element which
wishes to cause problems with
Israel" Mubarak declared, in an
obvious reference to the promises
of aid by Arab countires to Syria
in the dispute over Syria's place-
ment of surface-to-air missiles in
Lebanon. Israel has threatened to
remove the SAM missiles by
force if Philip Habib. President
Reagan's special envoy, fails to
resolve the controversy.
MUBARAK'S comments were
identical with the content of a
message sent over the weekend to
Premier Menachem Begin by
Egyptian President Anwar Sa-
dat, delivered to Begin by
Egypt's Ambassador to Israel.
Sp'ad Mortada.
Sadat urged Begin not to use
military force against Syria, an
action he said which might be "a
glorious achievement'' for Israel
in military terms, "but in the
long term would be worthless."
Sadat declared he was giving this
advice "as a friend who is con-
cerned with achieving pm ba>
iween Israel and the Arab
nation."
Mubarak said in the interview
that the Lebanese problem could
be solved only if the 25.000
Syrian troops now in Lebanon
were withdrawn. Me said those
troops should be replaced by an
international force or a combina-
tion of forces from other Arab
countries. He said that what is
now going on in Lebanon "is acts
of settling accounts."'
HE EXPRESSED the belief
that the Soviets were backing the
Syrian troops, adding that
Syrian President Hafez Assad
"cannot do a thing" without the
Soviets. He declared that Assad
recently visited Moscow to meet
with the Soviets on the Lebanese
crisis. There has been no inde-
pendent confirmation of such a
visit.
Mubarak reaffirmed that
Egypt would continue normaliza-
tion with Israel after the final
Israeli withdrawal from the Sinai
next April. He said that now that
Egypt and Israel had normal dip-
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Fhda
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In Miami
ORT Plans Day School Entry Here
AJCong. JoinsACLV' Chalk ngi
Of Arkansas 'Creation Science
ORT (Organization for Ra-
habilitation through Training),
for more than 100 years the
global vocational and technical
education program of the Jewish
people, will make a precedent-
setting entrance into the Jewish
Day School System of the United
States by participating in the
new Jewish High School of South
Florida that wUI open its doors to
students in September, 1981.
Beverly Minkoff. national
president of Women's American
ORT. and Sidney E. Leiwant.
president of the American ORT
Federation, said that the new
high school, to be located in
North Miami Beach, "will draw
both financial support and stu-
dent body from the Southern
Florida counties of Broward and
Dade. It was the result of plan-
ning.'' she said, "by the Central
Agency for Jewish Education in
Miami."
MINKOFF SAID that the
school, "a joint project under-
taken by the Community Federa-
tions involved and ORT," would
seek to "pursue excellence in
Jewish and academic studies as
well as to provide science-based
technological education."
Leiwant observed that ORT, in
addition to its full-fledged
country networks around the
world, "has been involved in
Jewish Day School education for
some time." He cited Israel,
Argentina. Brazil, Colombia.
Italy, Bolivia and Ireland as
"countries of such involvement"
and pointed out that in Santiago,
Chile and Lima. Peru. "ORT is a
major partner in operating the
local day schools, each of which
has a student body of more than
1,000 and spans the gamut from
the elementary grades through
high school. The entry of ORT in-
to the Jewish Day School System
of the United States.'' he said,
"reflects a World ORT pers
pective of increasing par-
ticipation on the part of ORT in
Jewish Day School movements
as still another means of con-
tributing to Jewish life."
Mrs. Minkoff stated that ORT
will be involved in the new
school's Division of Science and
Technology and serve as a major
educational resource through the
Turks Suspend Flights to Israel
TEL AVIV (JTA) The Turkish national airline
has announced that it is suspending its flights to Israel,
amid uncertainty whether the step is being taken for
economic or political reasons. The recently-published
timetable showed a planned increase from one to two
flights a week. Last year, the airline had a profitable pas-
senger rate on its Istanbul-to-Lod route.
THE AIRLINE says it has decided to suspend its
Israel flights for economic reasons, but some officials here
note that, in addition to its favorable income from Israel
flights, it is inaugurating flights to Libya and the Persian
Gulf.
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cial ORT seminars, lectures, pro
iects and student exchanges will
be arranged and ORT will use its
know-how to integrate modern
technology into the teaching and
learning aspects of the entire
school.
MRS. MINKOFF ssid that
some "eighty students, boys and
girls of all ideologies in Judaism,
are expected to enroll when the
school opens: within three
years." she observed, "the
school's enrollment is expected to
reach over 250."
Dan Sharon, who heads the
World ORT Unions Technical
Department, has been a con-
sultant in planning and setting
up the new school's curriculum.
Rabbi Louis Herring will serve as
the institution's principal.
Richard Levy, of Miami, is presi-
dent of the school board. Instru-
mental in the various stages of
the project's materialization
within ORT were Ruth Eisen-
berg. Bramson ORT Technical
Institute, and American Presence
Chairman of Women's American
ORT
NEW YORK Saying that
the term "creation science" is
"legislative legerdemain," the
American Jewish Congress has
joined the American Civil Liber-
ties Union in challenging an
Arkansas state law that requires
that "creation science" be given
balanced treatment with the
teaching of the Theory of Evo-
lution in public schools.
"Notwithstanding the nu-
merous disclaimers embodied in
the language of the law. the
Creationism Act as approved re-
cently by the Arkansas Legis-
lature in fact mandates in-
struction in a particular religious
doctrine." stated Nathan Z.
DershowiU. director of the
American Jewish Congress Com-
mission on Law and Social
Action. "We believe that this is a
clear violation of the Con-
stitution's mandate of church-
state separation.
"WHETHER IT is called
simply creationism.
Creationism. scientific en
ism or creation science th_
trine it refers to the be]
the literal interpretation
Biblical story of Creation
religious one. a matter 0
gious dogma which, if aco.
is accepted as a matter off]
Dershowitz explained.
"Attempts to rnar
called scientific evidence
port the theory cannot trat
it into something else." he L
"Thus, notwithstanding]
language in the act whici
ports to prohibit instruct!
any religious doctrine, th
does precisely that."
Just because the The
Evolution does not $ql
with the religious beliefs of i
persons, it does not mean
"religious alternative
taught in the public
Dershowitz said
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Habib's Mission And
e Face Of Bedrock America The French Connection
^ from Page *"A
.tion n the faces and
J" with the country
EK*"a"off "Pi"91
S'Shl-^ato I f..ledto
^when I *awan oc-
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,Ch...d of a dancer instead
feSitu> cowboy hjrt. Or
*1 muMc about broken
lidlove done dirty gave
.dden renditions of Dixie
a*l b> defianl
[ mainly at such moments
Kdenlv I wondered about
L .,'. faces of the clog
-n and women and chil
[iio.-impassive were they
kaiidt' Mow many of them
Tbelonned to their
a, KKK cor klavern or
fbr m church the very next
K listening to some funds
',1 anti Semitic fire
,' How many felt them
B disenfranchi/.ed. raped of
wintry and its customs by
i of peoples and cultures
| their capacity to control
low m.mv 01 them came
in dog away their Sat-
^hi into anguished for
tss or aba seeking some
trench in their stamping
so. it was backbone
a m sad stumbled upon
lmore. forgotten America.
| il> lonesome entertainment
|of aw wk of self-reliant
_| bbm
WAS no) lbs \mericaof
7 think I've Got a Mideast plan
Th Argus
parochial concerns about Cuba or
Haiti turned upon the platitudes
of the Kmma I-a/arus lathe
This was not the America of a
growing class of legal sophisti-
cates who. by the seat of their
pants, have learned lo ride the
beneficial waves of social
legislation
This was not the America of
intellectuals and idealists who
preach the theories of social leg
islation. actualize them into
practice, and then keep their reci-
pients at arms length as tacit
inferiors
This was not t he America of
the -.iv.nils of international
diplomacy Or of terrorism. Or of
the struggle in the Middle East.
Or of the new elite the corps
clever in the ways of Latin emo-
i i.in.ilism and finance.
THIS was America, precisely
.is it is in practice, forgotten
\merica. its day in the new era of
conservatism about to be
resurrected And. on its
discovery, I still do not know
het her to give in glee a rebel yell
of my own. or else return in flight
to the world of ideas from which I
came for one moment in cow
country on a Saturday night, a
world where resurrectkms never
occur, or indeed anything else,
unless you w ill them to.
Continued from Page 4-A
joint Arab struggle and the in-
crease of the support of the Pal-
estinian revolution in order to
withstand the imperialist Zionist
plots
And how did the Council and
its surrogates go about carrying
out such resolve? Move forward
to March. 1978. and behold the
excursions of PLO terrorists from
Southern Ix'banon. These "free-
dom fighters" attacked Israeli
civilians along the TeJ Aviv
coast, killing 27 and wounding
76. Yet when Israel, having
learned a searing lesson from
Jewish experience in the Hitler
era. moved to wipe out the
I Lebanese based PLO viper nests.
other foes of Israel cried foul.
Never mind the fact that the
PLO had deliberately established
these launching pads for murder
in Arab refugee camps and other
heavily populated sectors. The
PLO plays hard ball always.
Back in 1974, when Israel first
retaliated. Sen. Hubert Hum
Women Ordained
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woman rabbi in American history
l>\ the Hebrew Union College
Jewish Institute of Religion
illl'CJIRl. the Reform higher
education and rabbinic school
ORDINATION exercises for
the IMO-SI Reform candidates
were held Mav 31 at Temple
Kmanu El in Nee Vork City and
will lM-h.-ldon.lune'. at the Plum
Street Temple in Cincinnati.
M oording to Harold Kpstein.
Ml tMIR diractor of develop
menl and information The Re-
const met lonist graduation ex-
er. ise was heht May I" l
Temple Sinai in Dresher. a
suburb of Philadelphia, home of
the Reconstruct i.rnist Rabbinical
College
Twenty two students were
ordained as Reform rabbis at
Temple Kmanu Kl. Kpstein said
- 12 men and 10 women There
will also be 22 students ordained
at the Cincinnati ceremonies -
four of them women
The 10 women ordained as Re-
form rabbis in New York City on
May 31 are Susan Abramson of
Boston; Melanie Aron of Cm
cinnati. Helene Ferris of Scars-
dale. NY. Elyse Frishman of
Armonk. NY; Pal rice Heiler of
St Louis. Mo Leah Kroll of
Woodland Hills. Cal ; Lynne
Landsberg of Roslyn Heights.
N Y Sandra Levine of San Jose.
Cal Sara Perman of Hollywood
Fla and Laurie Rutenberg of
Clearwater. Fla
THE FOUR women to be or-
dained as Reform rabbis June.6
m Cincinnati are Klizabeth Rolle
Of Chautaqua. NY. Karen Ann
Soria of Western Springs IR-.
Susan Andre Take of North
Mills. NY.; and Faedre Lazar
Weiss of Los Angeles
Eleven students seven men
and lour women were grad-
ual.! Ma) 17 in Dresher as Re
constructionisl rabbis The four
women are Susan Kdwards Frank
of Woods Mole. Mass; Bonnie
Koppell oi Brooklyn; Joy Devra
Levitt ol Centarport, NY.; and
Hava Lynn 1'ell of Allentown.
Pa
Ferris is the mother of three
t.en age children. Kpstein
reported Her husband is a
businessman She has been
appointed assistant rabbi at the
Stephen Wise Free Synagogue in
Manhattan, the same post which
was Rabbi Reisan's first pulpit
assignment.
TALVE is marrying a fellow
student. James Goodman, also
being ordained in Cincinnati on
June 6 They will share a pulpit in
Temple Shaare in St. Louis.
Epstein said this was the first
time in Reform history that a
married rabbinic couple will share
a pulpit A Reconstructionist
rabbinic couple Sandy Eisen
berg Sasso and Dennis Sasso
share the pulpit of Conservative
Ik'th Zedek in Indianapolis
Kroll is the mother of two
small children She is married to
l)r Michael Zeldin. a member of
the HUC-JIR faculty in New
York City Frishman is married
to a rabbi. Daniel Freelander.
who was ordained in 1975 Levitt
married Rabbi Lee Friedlander
on May 30 He has been named
rabbi of the North Shore Re-
construct ion ist Congregation on
lx>ng Island Levitt will serve aa
rabbi of B'nai Keshet Montclair
Jewish Center in Montclair. N.J-
Koppell. who has served aa an
army chaplain as the only woman
rabbi in the U.S. armed forces.
will continue in that capacity
after her ordination Pell will
serve as rabbi in a synagogue
now under construction, which
will depend on solar sources of
energy.
Frank expects to continue her
studies as a candidate for a PhD
phrey turned a penetrating light
on Israel's justified action. "It
has been made abundantly clear
by eminent international legal
scholars that Israels retaliatory
raids into Lebanon are coun-
tenanced by international law
and constitute legitimate self
defense' as cited in the Foreign
Assitance Act of 1961.' he
reminded the i nation
"ISRAEL'S actions on
L.-banese territory are also baaed
on the inherent right of Israel to
self-defense in accordance with
Article 50 of the UN Charter." he
declared.
Now, seven years later, time
and PLO propaganda have
blurred that clear picture. Syria s
menacing surface-to-air missues
darken the Lebanese landscapes
They are pointed Israel-ward,
short miles away. PLO terrorists
rejoice; Syria's patron, the
USSR, achieves a new ad
vantage, and Israel is im-
portuned to hold its fire. Can this
chain of events never be broken?
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UJA Education Fund
Robert Russell of Miami,
chairman of the National
Project Renewal Com-
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years, has been elected
president of the United
Jewish Appeal's Israel
Education Fund.
The announcement of Russell's
lection was made in Washington
at the UJA national leadership
minting by Herachel W. Blum
berg, UJA national chairman.
Russell succeeds Bert Rabinowitz
of Boston.
RUSSELL, who will remain
chairman of the National Project
Renewal Committee, is also a
UJA national vice chairman and
a member of the Jewish Agency
Hoard of Governors. He has
served as a director of the Ameri-
can Jewish Joint Distribution
Committee, and president, gen-
eral chairman and a member of
the Board of Directors and
Executive Committee of the
Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration.
Robert Russell
The UJA office of the Israel
education Fund finances con-
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educational and communal facili-
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sports facilities and cultural,
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+Jemsi>tlcrA*&?
Friday. June!
World Anti-Semitism
Now It's the Jews Who Must Overcome
Continued from Page 1 A
the UN
implementing
lution.
JUST TWO veers ago. at the
Harvard Law School my own
university there was a con-
ference sponsored by Third
World students on "Human
Rights in the Third World."
There is plenty to talk about con-
cerning the subject. At that time,
there were massacres in the
Central African Republic, the
blood of the people killed by Idi
Amin was still fresh in people's
minds, and the atrocious record
of Libya on human rights could
well have been discussed. But
only one item concerning human
rights was placed on the agenda:
"The So-called Nation of Israel's
Terrorism and Genocide."
The honored speaker was the
Third Secretary to the Libyan
delegation to the United Nations.
The Dean of the Harvard Law
School also spoke at this abo-
mination. And when Jewish law
students protested in the most
gentle manner, with the
assistance of the regional Anti-
Defamation League office in
Boston, they were made to feel
guilty. They were made to seem
disruptive. ADL was condemned,
as were the Jewish law students
and I, as their adviser.
The Third World students?
Not a word of criticism. At one
point, Mayor A.J. Cooper of
Prichard, Ala., another honored
guest, praised the Libyan's re-
marks and said they represented
the beyt for which this nation
stands. He was cheered loudly by
the audience, as were speakers
who made overtly anti-Jewish
statements.
JUST LAST year at the Uni-
versity of Massachusetts, the
student newspaper ran an oped
article written by a Black student
leader and entitled. "The Jewish
Race Should Learn." The thesis
was that Jews are white racists,
prohibited from mixing their seed
with others. Jews as a race, the
writer said, must all be held
accountable for racist oppressive
actions of individual Jews. He
warned Jews to be aware of the
consequences of not taking the
lessons of history seriously.
At about the same time
another group, the Iranian-Mos-
lem Student Association, distri-
buted a pamphlet entitled
Masters of/ the Media, which
portrayed Jews as controlling
and corrupting the American
media. It was' verbatim "dupli-
cation, including the same Der
Stuermer-type, color illustrations,
of an article that had appeared a
year earlier in the Cruaader, a
Klan magazine.
If anyone thinks these pub-
lications are not distributed
widely in this country, just go to
university campus and look
around. There are even pub-
lications claiming Jews have
exaggerated the Holocaust and
contributing to growing disbelief
in the authenticity of the Holo-
caust.
Jews today are not the only
group despised and condemned
around the world, but they arc
the only group against whom dis-
crimination has been sanctioned1
by international law, and they are
the only group equally despised
by the right and the left.
WHEN I was in Madrid re-
cently, I went to shut f>n Friday
night and was frisked and
searched by guards who asked for
my passport and asked what I.
was doing there. The reason, I
was told, was that there had been
two assaeeinatinrt attempts on
leaders of the Jewish community. I
By the right or by the .eft?" I
"We don't know." was the)
Prof. Dershowitz, of Harvard University School
of Law, is chairman of the Civil Rights Committee of
the Anti-Defamation League's New England re-
gional board.
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What other group marked for
assassination does not even know
whether the attempts come from
the right or the left? There has
been a coalition of terrorist
groups of the extreme right and
extreme left. There is no question
that Libya is contriving to en-
courage anti-Jewish terrorism
whether it comes from the left or
from the right. The dual goals of
destabilizing societies and de-
legitimatizing Zionism and Juda-
ism are both served by terrorism,
whether it is neo-Nazi terrorism
or whether it is left wing terro-
ism.
Now there is another form of
anti-Jewish attitude which I
think is the most dangerous of all
because of its subtlety, its per-
vasiveness, and its acceptibUity
at all levels of society. It is a
phenomenon familiar to all of us
and yet difficult to expose and
articulate: The singling out of
Jewish institutions and espe-
cially, but not exclusively. Israel,
for special scrutiny: for applying
a double standard to things and
people Jewish.
THIS PHENOMENON, which
has no name, assumes a wide
variety of forms but the most ob-
vious manifestation is the special
and often gloating attention paid
by the media, by some intellect-
uals, and by the government to
any deviation by Israel, no
matter how trivial, from the
highest norms of human rights,
civility and sacrifice.
I need not rehash all the ex-
amples, but here is just a
humorous one. You may know
that Egypt's President Sadat, in
an effort to beautify the newly-
returned Sinai desert, has
painted five square miles of it
with a blue acrylic paint.
Can anyone imagine what
would happen if Israel had done
such a thing? Every United Na-
tions organ would have con-
demned it on one ground or
another, whether it be environ-
mental, artistic or destructive of
the landscape, but yet we have
seen no mention of this, except in
The i New Republic, in Martin
Peretz' diary column.
So many examples of this
abound. The National Lawyers'
Guild sends a delegation to one
place in the world to examine
human rights Israel. The dele-
gation first meets with PLO rep-
resentatives, gets their story and
comes back. There is a dissenting
report by a lawyer named
Dickstein, but it is suppressed.
WE NEED a new language to
express this phenomenon, this
double standard, this super
scrutiny of things Jewish and Is-
raeli, this singling out of Israel.
It is more than anti-Zionism. It is
different from traditional anti-
Semitism.
Anti-Judaism does not quite
capture it. because it is not
completely directed against the
religion and theology of the Jew.
Its essence is anti-Jewish/teas, an
assault on Jewish values, on
things and attitudes Jewish, on
people who reflect their Jew-
ishness.
Our mission is to place this
assault on Jewbhness by
Moscow, by Teheran, by Buenos
Aires, by Havana, by the media,
by some students, by some
blacks high on the in-
ternational human rights agenda.
Jews are not currently reaching a
sympathetic audience, par-
ticularly in the Third World, in
Europe and on university
campuses.
WE MUST be prepared to de-
fend Jewish rights anywhere in
the globe, whenever the attack
occurs, and to anticipate and put
out the fires even before they
occur. Never again should any
Jew need to face repression alone.
Jew have been perceived as a
people in power, as a people who
are wealthy, as a people who can
take care of themselves. But in
the international arena, we are
the underdogs. Let there be no
mistake about that. We need the
support of others, as well as of
ourselves. Our record on human
rights makes us entitled to the
support of others. We have
helped many others overcome.
Now we must overcome
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r < time what it had ap-
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[9ence of the Libyans.
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^Ubvan forces in its ranks.
|tf[F taking Habibs absence
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lution-- preparatory to my
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EARLIER. Habib met with
Premier Menachem Begin to brief
him on progress to date. It was
their first meeting in several
days. Although Habib has been
in Israel since the previous week-
end, he maintained silence on the
status of his mission Begin told
reporters after their meeting that
the diplomatic efforts to solve the
missile crisis would continue, but
so far they have borne no fruit
The fate of Habibs mission
seemed to hang on the results of
discussions in Riyadh between
Saudi Arabian leaders and Kif \l
Assad, brother of President
Hafez Assad of Syria. Rif was
dispatched to the Saudi capital
on an unidentified mission which
observers here interpreted as a
M^n that the Syrians were still
willing to negotiate
But there were no indications
of the outcome of his talks The
Void of Israel Radio reported
that the Saudis were trying, so
far without success, to convince
Syrui to withdraw it- SAM >'<
antiaircraft missile* from the
Beka valley in central l^'banon
HABIB HIMSELF flew to
Riyadh to enlist Saudi help in
defusing the missile crisis, a
move that infuriated Begin at the
time But Israeli circles appear
now to acknowledge that Saudi
Arabia wield- influence in Da-
mascus, and the U S apparently
placed high hopes on their suc-
cessful intervention with Presi-
dent Assad
()bservers here suggested that
Habibs recall to Washington for
"consultations" was intended in
part to remove the growing im-
pression that his mission was
stalemated or had failed
altogether, a situation that could
lead to an outbreak of hostilities
U'tween Israel and Syria. Toward
the end of his mission, the Amer-
ican envoy had been reported
resting in Jerusalem or playing
golf at Caeseria with U.S. Am-
bassador Samuel Lewis. Begins
inability to contact him led the
Premier to publicly express an-
noyance at the lack of in-
formation.
Meanwhile, the Army Radio
quoted well informed sources as
laying that Syria began
preparing for possible hostilities
with Israel several months ago.
well liefore the missile crisis
erupted The sources said the
Syrians prepared sites for their
heavy artillery about 20 miles
north of the Israeli border.
Kxperts noted that the artil-
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planned infantry movement since
the Syrian army acts according
to Soviet military doctrine which
calls for massive artillery support
for ground troops. The experts
said the scop*' of the artillery-
deployment was such that the
infantry could be used for either
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    Uiday on 50th Day of 'Sephirah 1
    ByDVORAWAYSMAN
    \\m BOtn.r. the youngest of
    1 jewfch festivals simply
    , ^e 33rd day of the Omer,
    -w wonl for a measure of
    f uid ibe ancient Israelites
    ',wd th. beginning of the
    est bv bringing an omer of
    taonth. second day of Pass
    ,is an oH'nng of thanksgiv
    TVv counted seven weeks
    lnnt ilav. celebrating
    nutith on ib.- "iOth day. The
    , in|lt !>.. n were known as
    >; (counting!
    , r the Temple in
    ... n burned down
    CeRoman-*, l" centuries ago.
    ^nwntn a) 'ns Thnu
    l*j. h.i ., n kilUtl Bl the wars.
    I iV id been sold into
    . ,1U the Jews
    .jil '" & 'hem
    rule, under
    I Bat Kochba and
    iblc MNnl and
    other i real holar Ihey
    u first, but Roma
    hh i battering
    down the
    ii Kocfcbaa leal
    m Kt\l \\s fallowed up
    hi battlefield
    umI para
    lo wipe "in -ill
    .1 culture I'he
    and rtina ot hia
    rtured Never
    ild farce the
    . i| I orah
    1. run period In
    ( OBI in il on I'ukt 5-B
    Oriental Israeli tmiltt broadly in anticipation of the Shavuoth
    lax
    Shavuoth, the holiday which marks the giving of the
    1.a:, on Mount Sinai, u ill be celebrated next Monday
    ami 1 in sda\. June 8 ami 9
    \U RABBI
    hILI.I \M BKRKOWITZ
    1'rrsident
    Jrwieii National Fund
    he ugl> head of
    molt-no ap| ared on the world
    Inni Ii.i\ >x'hind haired and
    Ifcmj^t- in ,i ,mmiI of blood Once
    lajam terrorism lashed out and
    llaru-t itself on the front pages of
    lair mws| era, ((ur radios, our
    I -ur consciousness.
    Once .i^.t.ii. u major figure on
    |iht Mnrlii scene became the
    ubiad al .m encounter betwean
    madness and a gun when an as
    sa-si nation attempt araa made on
    the liff of Pom John Paul II. the
    spiritual lender to millions of
    Roman Catholics the world over
    Ml of us are lieeplv grateful that
    the Popi wee pared in this latest
    ait of bloodshed, and indeed all join prayers in asking for his
    quick and peed) recover)
    EVEN AS i he wound* inflicted
    on the Pop. will heal in the days
    aheatl. this incident will leave in
    >
    J %s
    Farewell Tribute
    For Rabbi Landau
    Rabbi Sol Landau, spiritual
    leader of Beth David Congre-
    gation for nearly seventeen years,
    will be honored at a Farewell
    Tribute during Sabbath morning
    services on June 6. at 9 a.m.,
    Beth David Congregation. 2625
    S.W. Third Ave.
    Elected Rabbi Emeritus of
    Miami's oldest congregation. Dr.
    Landau will retire from the active
    rabbinate on August 1. to become
    President and Executive Director
    of Mid-Life Services Foundation
    in Miami. In that capacity he will
    serve as a consultant to business
    and industry in mid-life career
    change and pre-retirement
    planning.
    Dr. Landau will also engage in
    academic research and teaching,
    as well as act as facilitator and
    leader of seminars and workshops
    at conferences and conventions.
    He will be available for spe-
    cialized counseling. Dr. Landau
    will soon publish a series of books
    in his area of expertise.
    The son and grandson of re-
    nowned rabbis in Berlin, Dr.
    Landau began his studies there
    and continued them in London. A
    veteran of four years' overseas
    s.-rvice with the U.S. Army, he
    received a BA degree in
    psychology from Brooklyn Col-
    lege, and an MA in medieval his
    lory from New York University.
    In 19."'I. he was ordained as
    Rabbi hy the Jewish Theological
    Seminary el America, which also
    awarded him the Master of
    Hebrew Letters.
    In 1977. he earned the PhD
    degree in Adult Kducation from
    Impact of Terrorism Strikes Home
    bring Torah to arid land soon to turn green at the
    v"*!'he Jewish National Fund
    its wake many observations and
    uueetiona. Undoubtedly, we will
    discuss the security of great
    leaders, their vulnerability to the
    assassin s bullet and the way in
    which random violence has
    become an everyday phenomenon
    in our world, wreaking havoc and
    spreading trauma of an unknown
    and even undisclosed variety.
    \ml yet. as important as this is,
    another dimension of this event
    must be observed and analyzed.
    As the news began to seep out
    concerning the alleged assassin ot
    the Pope, it l>ecame clear that he
    was someone of an extremist po-
    litical background. His deed was
    done with malice of forethought
    and was linked to a concrete ob-
    jective While his aim was on the
    Pope, his target reached far
    beyond it For he was not just a
    killer: he was a terrorist. He was
    someone who used violence to
    achieve his political ends and
    advance his particular cause.
    Just a short time after the
    shooting, it was revealed that
    this particular individual was no
    ordinary' assassin, but someone
    who declared that he supported
    the Palestine Liberation Organi-
    zation
    "1 AM A comrade of the Com-
    munist Palestinians,'' said Meh
    met Ali Agca, the gunman who
    shot the Pope. Indeed, this indi-
    vidual claimed to be a member of
    the "Ulkucler." a fanatical
    Moslem terrorist group that
    Interpol has branded Neo-Nazi as
    well as a follower of the Marxist
    PLO leader. George Habash, who
    has prided himself on being a
    mt>st vicious and violent leader of
    the PLO. having ordered
    numerous terrorist killings
    against Israelis and others
    Moreover, later reports from
    intelligence aoun ofirmad
    thai the Sm *' backed grand
    paymaster ol

    i Untinued on Pane B-B
    Rabbi Sol Landau
    the Florida State University in
    Tallahassee. The Jewish Theo-
    logical Seminary awarded him
    the degree of Doctor of Divinity
    honoris causa.
    Dr. Landau is adjunct full pro-
    fessor at the University of Miami
    in the Department of Psycho-
    logy, as well as adjunct professor
    of Adult Education at Florida In-
    ternational University.
    He is the author of several
    nooks, numerous publications,
    and the popular weekly news
    paper column, "Mid-Life
    I'pdate." He has appeared regu-
    larly on television and radio
    Dr. Landau has served in many
    areas of community leadership,
    as chairman of the Interfaith
    Clergy Dialogue of the National
    Conference of Christians and
    .lews, as chairman of the County
    Youtfa Advisory Board, as a dele-
    Continued on Page 2-B
    Mr. and Mrs. Leon Pepler display an original certificate of
    Jewish Colonial Trust Shares bought by Pepler's father on the
    occasion of a meeting with Dr. Theodor Herzl in a Russian
    village.
    Jewish Colonial Trust Shares
    Proud Possession of Beach Couple
    An original certificate of Jew-
    ish Colonial Trust Shares is the
    proud possession of Mr. and Mrs.
    l>>on Pepler. formerly of Newark,
    N.J.. and now residents of Miami
    Beach.
    The certificate of purchase
    validates the shares originally
    bought by Pepler's father in the
    small village in Russia where he
    lived when Dr. Theodor Her/1
    founder of modern Zionism, came
    to the village in 1WX).
    Dr Herri's visit was to discuss
    with Jewish residents there the
    purchase of land in Palestine and
    the idea for the establishment of
    what later became the Jewish
    National Fund as "the fund of
    the people for the reclamation of
    the land."'
    Recalls Pepler: "My father
    gave me the shares and proudly
    reminded me that when I would
    go to Israel, I would have land
    there land that belongs
    through the Jewish National
    Fund to the entire Jewish peo-
    ple."
    Pepler and his wife. Ceil, long-
    time Zionist leaders and active in
    Israeli causes, recently exhibited
    the original certificate of the
    Jewish Colonial Trust Shares.
    Recalling his father's telling him
    about the meeting with Dr.
    Herzl. he traces his interest in the
    programs of the Jewish National
    Fund to that meeting.
    The Greater Miami Jewish
    National Fund saluted the Pep-
    lers as "benefactors who sym-
    bolize the older generation of
    workers in the cause of the Land
    of Israel."
    ejewislh Floridian
    Mi Friday. Jui:
    [SECTION


    Page 2 B
    +Jew is* th^kMnr
    Four Year Growth Marks
    Russell's Presidency
    Outstanding volunteer ism and
    leadership will never fade from
    Muriel Russell as she turns in her
    gavel this month, marking the
    end of her last term as President
    of the Jewish Community
    Centers of South Florid* She will
    be honored by her pears at a des-
    sert reception during the Jewish
    Community Centers of South
    Florida's Annual Meeting. The
    evening will be held on June 17 at
    the Greater Miami Jewish Feder-
    ation, in Miami, at 8 p.m.
    "I am going out with mixed
    emotions because I am sad to see
    my tenure end and satisfied in
    watching the growth of the
    Centers," says Muriel Russell.
    "Yet, my involvement is such
    that I will never just drop
    everything."
    Mrs. Russell will continue on
    the Board of Directors as the im-
    mediate past president. She also
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    hopes to devote more time to the
    Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
    tion by serving as Chairman of
    Women's Division on Miami
    Beach. She will also continue as a
    director of the national Jewish
    Welfare Board.
    Mrs. Russell has been involved
    with the Jewish Community
    Centers of South Florida for the
    past five years and has served as
    its preident for four of those
    years. She claims growth is her
    main interest and is proud to
    have steered the Central Board,
    which ova sees the South Dade
    JCC. the Miami Beach JCC and
    the Michael-Ann Russell JCC.
    with her eye always towards
    progress and enhancement.
    She was instrumental in the
    building of the Michael-Ann Rus-
    sell JCC in North Miami Beach
    and says she looks forward to ar
    added dimension on its site with
    the new South Florida Jewish
    High School opening in the fall.
    Under her presidency, she
    watched the expansion and
    opening of the South Dade JCC
    at its present site on Southwest
    102nd Avenue. The Miami Beach
    JCC has grown with new services
    for the frail and elderly and has
    become a base that services chil-
    dren, adults and Soviet Jews.
    "I see the Centers as a place
    where three generations can con-
    gregate and intermingle," says
    Russell.
    As a part of a system of serv-
    ices that the Jewish community
    offers, working in concert with
    area synagogues and agencies,
    the Jewish Community Centers
    of South Florida have blossomed
    Israel Chamber Meets
    The America-Israel Chamber
    of Commerce will hold their June
    Luncheon Meeting, with Mayor
    Maurice Ferre speaking on "Im-
    pressions of Israel" on Tuesday
    June 16 at 12:30 p.m. t the
    Greater Miami Jewish
    Federation.

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    are the tiny young leaves. The kind of leaves
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    to a membership serving over
    16,000 men, women and children.
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    social and physical activity and
    special services to singles and
    single parent families, children of
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    Mrs. Russell says. "We expect
    to continue to take the lead in
    promoting a higher level of
    Jewish consciousness among all
    of our members and keep in step
    with our vast potential."
    Farewell
    Tribute
    Coatiaaed from Page IB
    gate to the Governor's Council on
    the 1981 White House Conference
    on Aging, and as chairman of the
    District XI Advisory Council for
    the Department of Health and
    Rehabilitative Services (appoint-
    ment by the Office of the
    Governor).
    A member of the Educational
    Task Force of the Florida Council
    on Aging, he was twice elected
    President of the Rabbinical
    Association of Greater Miami
    and of the Southeast Region of
    the Rabbinical Assembly. He is a
    member of the Plenum Council of
    the Synagogue Council of
    America, representing the entire
    American Jewish religious com-
    munity. At present, he is serving
    his third term as President of the
    Mental Health Association of
    Dade County, which just ac-
    knowledged his enormous contri-
    bution by presenting him with its
    "Distinguished Service Award."
    The Farewell Sabbath of
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    dents of Beth David Con-
    gregation, of its Sisterhood,
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    ftdtratum recently held a reception on behalf of the 1981 Com-
    farf Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund at Reflections on
    tkt Bax Miamarina, On hand were Heft to right) Salomon
    Wunberg. co-chairman; Evelyn Brown; Ah in Lloyd Brown,
    chairman. Jerome GleekeL guest speaker; and Seal Menachem.
    (^chairman.
    Gross Academy In Song Evening
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    Eleven women members of
    Temple Emanu-El. including the
    president of the congregation's
    Sisterhood, will be Bat Mitzvah
    as a group Saturday. June 6, dur-
    ing the Sabbath morning service.
    Dr. Irving Lehrman will offi-
    ciate at the service, and will
    present Bat Mitzvah certificates
    to Mrs Roberta (Hal) Kaye.
    chairman of the group: Mrs.
    Sheila (Harold) Kurte. Sister-
    hood president: Mrs. Leslie Carol
    (Gerald) Harris: Mrs. Trudy
    Ill-Win) Ixieb; Mrs Judith IHilleli
    Meyers; Ruth Passik: Mrs.
    Elaine (Ellis M.) Barrist: Mrs.
    Barbara Jo (Eric) I^ang: Mrs.
    Gail K (Edward F ) Harris: Mrs.
    Vickl Jo (Allan S.) Land, and
    Mrs Frma (Al) Podvin. a past
    president of Sisterhood.
    The women will demonstrate
    i heir proficiency in the study of
    Jewish religion, law and tra-
    ditions and the Hebrew language,
    paralleling the requirements for
    girls who become Bat Mitzvah
    w hen I 'i years old
    Rabbi Lehman will discuss
    the Hole of Women in Juda
    ism
    BethMoshe
    Installs Officers
    Friday evening, June .r>. as part
    of the Ones Shabbat Services, a
    joint installation of Congregation
    and Men s Club of Temple Beth
    Moshe will be conducted by
    Rabbi Louis M I,ederman.
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    999's headquarters in New York's lower East Side, has been an-
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    Friday, June 5
    Women's Division Installation
    1981
    New leaders of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation Women's
    Division were recently installed into office at the Women s
    Division Installation Luncheon, held at the Konover Hotel
    Helene Berger (left), immediate past president and Nominating
    Committee chairman, was on hand to congratulate Nancy
    Lipoff (right), new Women's Division president. Also pictured
    are Susan Panoff, (second from left). Women's Division Retreat
    chairman, and guest speaker Dr. Bernard Reisman (secona
    from right) of Brandeis University. The Luncheon was held ir.
    conjunction with the Women's Division Sixth Annual Retreat
    for Board and Committee members.
    Recently elected Area Board chairmen of the Greater Miami
    Jewish Federation Women's Division were installed May 21 at
    the Women's Division Annual Installation Luncheon. Pictured
    are (left to right) Sue Graubert, North Dade Area Board chair-
    man: Muriel Russell, Miami Beach Area Board chairman; and
    Debby Grodnick, South West Dade Area Board chairman.
    Officers of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation Women's
    Division who were recently installed at the division's In-
    stallation Luncheon include (left to right) Charlotte Held
    parliamentarian; Sandi Simon, vice president of Campaign;
    and Dorothy Podhurst, vice president of Community
    Education,
    Temple Zion
    Bonds Dinner
    Honor Cannons
    Dr. Stanley and Edythe
    Cannon were recipients of Israel's
    Scroll of Honor Award at the
    annual Temple Zion "Salute to
    Israel", at the Temple. Co-
    hosting the breakfast in the Elsa
    Kreutzer Ballroom were Temple
    Zion's Men's Club and the State
    of Israel Bonds organization.
    Harvey Rashkind and Lester
    Rosenberg were co-chairmen.
    Both Cannons have been active
    volunteers in the local and inter-
    national Jewish community. Dr.
    Cannon served as Temple Zion's
    president in 1970-71. and Edythe
    Cannon served as Sisterhood
    president.
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    Distributes Flags
    Flagship National Bank of
    Miami will join the rest of the
    nation this weak in celebrating of
    Flag Day. June 14.
    As part of Flagship's observ-
    ance, tellers will distribute flags
    to bank customers during Flag
    Week. June 8-12.
    "We were happy to help every-
    one remember part of our nation-
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    President and Marketing
    Director. "And our customers
    were quite pleased with their
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    Page 5-B
    Holiday on 50th Day of 'Sephirah'
    Continued from P*** **B
    lw.fhh.stoO that the festival of
    ', B'Omer has come to us and
    Shavuoth During Bar
    ,, revolt, a terrible
    r -imic struck Rabbi Akivas
    Kntsdunnn the Om#r season.
    liflOO vounjt men lost their lives
    I?' ^ R'Omer the epidemic
    bah rtopP"* Rabbi Akiva
    Jjh,'studenus were so highly
    IZirded that the Omer period
    I | derlanni one of semi
    Lornm* hen no weddings or
    lrf)raiK>n- *ere allowed. Only
    *j^ B'Omer was festivity, in
    Lfov wedding, permitted
    Another tradition links the fes
    tival. which came to be known as
    Scholar's day. with the great
    teacher Simeon Bar Yochia. who
    lived who lived in the same
    period. His life was in danger
    because he refused to obey the
    Roman decree against studying
    Torah and teaching his students.
    When he was discovered, he
    escaped to a cave in the moun
    tains of (ialilee where he hid with
    his son for thirteen years, living
    on the fruit of the carob tree.
    EACH YEAR on U| B'Omar,
    his pupils visited him. disguising
    themselves as hunters, with bows
    and arrows. It is believed that
    Mar Yochai died on Lag B'Omer,
    his last request to his disciples
    being that the day of his death be
    celebrated and not mourned.
    To this day. his burial place in
    Meron. a village near Safed. is
    the scene of very joyous Lag
    B'Omar celebrations. Many hun-
    dreds of pious Hasidim from all
    parts of Israel converge on Meron
    to honor the great teacher and
    the ideals for which he stood.
    They chant psalms, sing Hasidic
    onga and study the Zohar. the
    holv book ascribed to Bar Yochai.
    The real festivities begin when
    a huge bonfire is lit at midnight.
    The women throw silken scarves
    into the flames. The men sing and
    dance around the fire until
    morning. Some fall asleep from
    sheer exhaustion until they are
    awakened with the cry: Shahar
    ba the dawn has come! The hues
    of crimson sunrise light up the
    mountains and valleys as praying
    beings anew.
    Then the three-year-old boys
    receive their first haircuts, and
    hair is thrown into the flames,
    again accompanied by singing
    and dancing.
    AS A RESULT of the Meron
    celebrations, the bonfire idea has
    spread to every part of lsnf on
    Lag B'Omer. Every city and vil
    lage has its "kumzitt"
    singing around the campfire,
    roasting potatoes, retelling
    ancient stories of Bar Kochba.
    Rabbi Akiba and Bar Yochai.
    The festival of Lag B'Omer
    and the Shavuoth season recall a
    heroic chapter in our history.
    Today, the ancient country for
    which our forefathers struggled is
    again the Jewish homeland and
    the center of the Jewish way of
    life. Within our rich heritage, the
    customs of Lag B'Omer the
    outings, campfires and bows and
    arrows add joy and beauty to
    our life as Jews.
    Gables Typewriter Co.
    2.113 Le Jeune Road 444 0436
    S A Complete Line Of Adding Machines And
    Electric Calculators
    Happy Shavuoth
    Armando's Italian
    Restaurant No. 2
    150 (..raid a Avenue 448-8294
    Wtshet Ft eryone A Happy Shavuoth
    Anita Gordon
    Gallery Inc.
    18827 Biscayne Blvd. 949-5223 949-5224
    M ishtt Everybody A Happy Shavuoth
    Stein's Strictly
    Kosher Delicatessen
    Shomer Shabbos
    Open Dadv II a.m. U>8 p.m. Sundav to 6 p m
    1141 Washington Ave 534 2557
    La Casa De Los Colores
    The House Of Colors
    1920 SW 8 Street 649-1000 0029
    A Happy Shavuoth To All
    Dick Bartlett Carpet
    And Tile, Inc.
    16345 NW 57 Ave. 621-4344
    I Happy Shavuoth To All
    The Collection
    .1650 Bird Rd. 446-4461
    Holiday Onetings To All
    Dr. Michael Paritzky
    Podiatrist
    Foot A Leg Specialist
    4315 N.W. 167th. St. Opa-Locka 625 3341
    7401 Miami Lakes Dr. Maai Lakaa 823-7300
    Louett Insurance
    Agency
    11415 NE 2nd. Ave. Miami 895*690
    From All Of Us A Happy Shavuoth
    Europe Tile Discount
    Center
    1622 NE 205 Terrace 651-2230
    Wishes All A Happy Shavuoth
    Botanical Garden Center
    19130 Kromc Avenue 235-0118
    "Trading Post Restaurant"
    Shavuoth Greetings To All
    Rocha's Catering
    M Hialeah Drive 888-8048
    Wishes A Happy Shavuoth To All
    Fusion Dance Company
    12100 NE 16 Ave. 893-3120
    rWfJWl Everyone A Happy Shavuoth
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    r tm Hi-Fi A Video Centers
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    Happy Shavuoth To AU
    Eat Well, Inc.
    King David Kosher Foods
    Hebrew National Products
    1339 Washington Ave. 534-0197
    A Happy Shavuoth To AU
    Ray Garcia & Steve
    Chase Of Music Assoc.
    4624 Hollywood Blvd. Hollywood
    Dade 624-2345
    Holiday Greetings
    981-2346
    Camelot Mill
    Work, Inc.
    12123 SW 114 Place 253-2069
    Shavuoth Greetings To AU
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    17130 N. Dixie Hwy. 944-3218
    Shavuoth Greetings
    Giralda Fabrics
    162 Giralda Avenue 444-6324
    Wishes Everyone A Happy Shavuoth
    DDS Furniture
    Distributors
    12262 SW 117 Ct. 251 2737
    Extends Everyone A Happy Shavuoth
    The Original Gigi
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    lulliano Americano Dinners From 63.96
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    Harley Davidson Of
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    7701 NW 7 Ave. 754-2648
    9860 E. Fern St. 235-4023
    Holtdav Greetings
    Kitchen Mania
    14049 SW 88 St. 696-4387
    HoLdav Greetings To AU
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    Street Inc.
    519 Arthur Godfrey Road 534-3320
    Wishes Everyone A Happy Shavuoth
    Computer Village
    931 SW 87 Ave. 266-5965
    We Wish AUOur Friends And
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    J & B Auto Service
    & Used Parts
    2065 NE 151 St. North Miami Beach
    Happy Shavuoth
    949-2277
    Command Performance
    The Hair Cutting Place
    401 Coral Way 448-7974
    Happy Shavuoth
    Bro-Dade Inc.
    279 SW 33 Ct. Ft. Lauderdale 525-6336
    A Happy Shavuoth To AU
    Sunnyland Pet Shop
    11429 S. Dixie Highway 236-1821
    Wishes AU A Happy Shavuoth
    Video Cassette Club
    6635 S. Dixie Hwy. 666-3766 665-7509
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    Rikki's Studio, Inc.
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    Wishes Everyone A Happy Shavuoth


    Page 6-B
    >Jewist,fftr**Hl.
    Friday. June 5. i%A
    Waxman Heads Hebrew Academy Lincoln Chapter
    David S. Waxman has been
    appointed executive director of
    the Rabbi Alexander S. Gross
    Hebrew Academy, it was an
    nounced by Dr. Elias Hersch-
    mann. president.
    According to Dr. Herschmann.
    "Waxman will be the chief exec-
    utive of our comprehensive
    educational center. He brings to
    the academy the necessary
    diversified and broad experience
    in areas of administration, plan-;
    ning. management and fund
    raising. This appointment in-
    dicates a major step toward
    achieving unprecedented goals
    for the academy."
    Waxman. 37 years old. most
    recently served as the director of
    the commission on the Elderly
    and Jewish Federation Housing.
    Inc. of the Greater Miami Jewish
    Federation, and has accumulated
    over twelve years of Jewish
    communal experience.
    At the Miami Federation he
    directed a multimillion dollar low
    cost housing program of
    programs and facilities, among
    other achievements. As a social
    planning consultant for more
    than three years at the
    Federation of Jewish Philan-
    trhopies of New York, he
    initiated and coordinated a wide
    array of development activities
    and community services.
    Before entering Jewish com
    munal work. Waxman held a
    variety of key government
    positions. including deputy
    director of resource mobilization
    and development and planner
    and supervisor of community
    services in New York. He has
    been a consultant to numerous
    community agencies and insti-
    tutions and is sjso an experienced
    t-ducator. including membership
    on the clinical faculty of Barry
    College, an adjunct professor at
    Florida International University
    and lecturer at the University of
    Miami.
    He is married and has one
    daughter.
    Ckaxaa. Bui kotrc No. 1
    Made MarriasM A>d Lookiag
    For Job
    Motses Frochtman
    80S Collina Ave. Miami Beach
    The Whit* House Hotel/531 -538
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    Ocean Front
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    ___FromjMO.
    Copacabana Hotel
    3611 Collins
    Miami Beach
    His professional affiliations in-
    clude the association of Jewish
    community organization per-
    sonnel, the national conference on
    Jewish communal service, the
    national association of social
    workers, the academy of certified
    social workers, the national
    conference on social welfare and
    the educational society of the
    City University of New York.
    The Lincoln Chapter 1288 of
    B'nai B'rith Women, will hold
    their regular meeting on Wed-
    nesday. June 10. at 11:30 a.m. at
    the 100 Lincoln Road Club Room.
    Guest speaker will be Norms
    Jay. field director of the South
    Coastal Region of B'nai B'rith
    Women. Refreshments will be
    served
    Evergreen
    Rent A Car
    7345 W Flagler Street 264-0595
    Wishes All A Happy Shavuoth
    Metro Cab Inc.
    Serving All Of Florida
    545-6300-
    lloliday Greetings To All
    The Dolphin's
    Cove Inc.
    79 Merrick Way 442-9642
    Shavuoth Greetings ToAU
    Tally-Ho Aircraft
    Models
    For Information Call: 871-5779
    A Happy Shavuoth To All
    Govinda' s Vegetarian
    Restaurant
    2445 Collina Avenue 531-0331
    At The Boardwalk Hotel
    Happy Shavuoth Greetings To All
    Hair Removal Salon
    1607 NE 123 Street 893-Til 1
    Wishes All Their Fnends & Customers
    A Happx Shavuoth
    Sanitary Linen Service
    253 NW 22nd. Lane. Miami 573-2510
    Shavuoth Greetings
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    A Japanese Restaurant
    Enjoy Authentic Japanese Cuiainr
    Tenya ki- Tempura- Sukiyaki
    Sushi-Sashimi
    In A Unique Atmosphere
    Open Mon Sat 5 p.m.-1 lp.m.,Closed Sun.
    Facing S W 102 Ave.. Vi Block
    North of Sun art
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    Beer & Wine Served
    Holiday Greetings
    Crystal Water
    7580 NE 4th. Court
    Miami 33138
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    PHARMACY
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    NATIONAL BRANDS EVERYDAY PRICES S31-ftM|
    Ben Gay
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    Extra Strength Balm
    Desitin
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    2'.or. $1.29
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    Denorex
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    4o> $1.96
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    Dristan
    Tablets
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    Neet
    Depilatory Cocoa Butter
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    Dristan
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    Tablets
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    Tiunolane'
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    Thalia B. Linen
    Boutique
    425 NE 2nd. Avt. 468-5110
    Shavuoth Greetings To All
    Lucky Truck Sales
    2479 NW 36 Si. 63641677
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    Rex Art Supplies
    2263 SW 37 Ay*. 446-1413
    Wishes All Our Friends a\ Customers
    A Happy Shavuoth
    Dotson Tire Company
    900 SW 8th. 868-2446
    The Perfect Tire
    Holiday Greetings
    Michael l/tvidi
    Scientific
    Medical Lab
    2541 SW 27 Ave. Suite 101
    Se Habla Espanol
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    Lighting, Inc.
    8730 SW 131 St. 233-8020
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    Communicate Advertising
    & Public Relations
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    Extends Greetings To Everyone
    Andy's Assurance
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    1441 W Flatter St. Miami 642-8407
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    Lawn & Landscape
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    Maeeey a 945-1397
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    Miami Office Machine Co,
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    Extends A Very Happy Shavuoth To All
    Jerry's Furniture
    Service
    3625 Pembroke Rd. C-15 982-2184
    Happy Shavuoth To All
    Mr. Nails
    17007 W. Dixie Hwy. Miami 946-7401
    Shavuoth Greetings to All
    House Of Duplicating
    765 W Flatter St. 545-6642
    Holiday Greetings To All
    Floridian Nursing Home
    47 NW 32 Place 649-2911
    Holiday Greetings To Everyone
    Gary Forte
    Furniture Repair
    4060 Bay D NW 132 St. Opal Loch* 688-8392
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    Cypress Dance Club
    1048
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    Frame Arts
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    Pag.- I B
    -hnist fhrtrMatr
    r'niay..Ji

    Finally the World Sees
    Impact of Terrorism Strikes Home
    Continued from Pag IB
    Libya, was involved behind
    scenes in the assassination at
    tempt.
    Was this connection between
    the Turkish terrorist and H abash
    Gaddafi a mere coincidence'' Was
    this an example of something
    which should be ignored or
    glossed over? Hardly. For what it
    signifies goes to the very heart of
    the crisis facing Western
    societies in our time.
    AS HAS been said, we live in
    an age of violence: yet this
    violence is one which in our tunes
    uniquely bears the face of terror
    ism It is this phenomenon,
    terrorism, which has not spread
    to numerous countries, causing
    mayhem and disaster, and it is
    this terrorism which strikes at
    the very heart of civilized
    behavior, attacking people of any
    sex and all ages
    Indeed, it is true that political
    violence has become the hallmark
    of our era. with its mam doctrine
    being a simple yet chilling one:
    the more innocent the victim, the
    greater success of the terrorist.
    Hence, unlike a situation of war
    where non-combatants are
    avoided, within the age of terror-
    ism, not only are non-combatants
    nor ignored they are the objec-
    tive of the terrorist.
    For. even in a horrible situa-
    ; lion like war where some moral
    1 sense is retained, in our contem
    '. porary situation of terrorism, all
    . loral senses and values are
    \ mashed against the butt of a
    i ifle or the fury of a bullet
    AND WHILE in our time ter
    rorism has now become a univer
    sal phenomenon, its origins and
    development in recent years has
    been very specific and particular.
    Long before terrorism became the
    norm in France. Italy. England.
    Ireland, the U S. and elsewhere.
    terrorism took the form of PLO
    violence against Israel and the
    Jewish people It was the Jew
    who became the primary target of
    a phenomenon which soon spread
    to engulf the entire world.
    Yet what has been the reaction
    of the world to this PLO
    violence? And how have even
    some religious leaders responded
    to the phenomenon?
    Across these years, we've seen
    murcVr.-r- brifl
    fight an. killers call.,; .
    execution,r* hailed
    The-r leaders speak with 1
    from the platform of the Ini'uJ
    Nations, and their sp..ke>meniJ
    received in the major capitols oft
    the world where they are Kreetedl
    and accepted by heads of states
    Think of it: The Kuropw.1
    Kconomr Community ur~J
    Israel to accept the PLO as a n1
    gotiating partner to a so-called!
    comprehensive peace And iul
    current chairman. Dutch Foreign!
    Minister Christoph Van del
    Klaavw. meets with PLO leader!
    Yasir Arafat, and in so doing
    only confers more legitimacy
    upon him
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    13110S. Dixie Highway -253-5680
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    10045 SW 72 Street -271 9960
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    Lou Callesis Country,
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    15500 Quail Roost Drive 233-6615
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    Executive
    Caterers, Inc.
    1051 North Miami Beach Blvd
    Phone 945 2221 or 944-3313
    Shavuoth Greetings
    Calusa Glass
    Industries
    14080 SW 139 Ct. 232-2011
    Extends A Happy Shaiuoth To All
    Dixie National Bank
    Of Dade County
    13001 So. Dixie Highway 238-3635
    Wishes a Happy Shaiuoth To All
    Hialeah Model
    Builders
    9821 NW 80 Avenue 822-5801
    Wishes Their Friends & Customers
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    name equipment, there probably isn't
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    93O0S Dixie Hwy.-6614889
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    Berkshire Life
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    Communications
    Systems, Inc.
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    Shavuoth Greetings To Ever;
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    Stan Friedman
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    At Electron*. Equipment
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    p^y, June 5. 19S1
    > knist fhtHinr
    Page 9-B
    t THE same time, countries
    florid over allow the PLO to
    J0ffio.sin their cap.tols. even
    r is issues films and
    * I lauding the so-called
    ind it 9*cret ft? lhe
    aSm -f Saudi Arabia sup
    Satta PLO with Western arms
    C MOO million a year more
    a million dollars a day -
    2S it demands the AW ACS
    Jln^ and the respect and
    ^ndshmoflheU.S.
    Israel and her friends cry out
    ain-u lbs" phenomena, and in
    Z Uro manv cases are a lonely
    voice calling out as others urge
    gMJMCtnce or indifference to
    lhe*' rwntt (,r worse ">
    ignore them And sadly, even
    those who condemn terrorism do
    too little to curb or punish
    terrorists.
    Do they realize that by so
    doing, the nations of the world
    tolerate however reluctantly
    the phenomenon, and thus
    contribute to the |M Hf|e.hn dis-
    solution of whatever moral sense
    exists in our world and to the
    legitimacy of terrorist groups'*
    WHILE WE shudder at the
    cynical leaders who would trade
    their security and morality for
    oil. we nevertheless stand
    shocked at the response of certain
    religious leaders to this
    phenomenon
    Increasingly, spokesmen for
    what is called "liberation
    theology" view with sympathy
    the actions of terrorists even as
    the National Council of Churches
    the leading Protestant repre
    entStrva body looks on the
    PLO as a benign group. And not
    Un long ago. 400 leading church-
    men went so far as to sign a reso-
    lution offering support to the
    PLO
    On can only add with sadness
    that the scent of the PLO has
    avtB entered the halls of the
    Vatican itself. Archbishop
    ("apucci. who was in an Israeli
    jail for providing guns and am-
    munitions to the PLO and was
    subsequently released, now holds
    a Vatican post and has served as
    a liaison to the PLO.
    Gilbert's Bakery
    1511 SW 37 Ave. 442-2427
    Holiday Greetings To All
    Coastal Marine, Inc.
    Se Ilabla Espanol
    13301 Biscayoe Blvd. 945 7743
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    Cherokee Construction
    Co. Inc.
    9865 SW 15 Street 551 1520
    Extends Everyone A Happy Shavuoth
    AND JUST a short while ago.
    the Vatican welcomed PLO rep-
    resentatives of the highest order,
    meeting with them and speaking
    out for the right of the Pal-
    estinians, even as the State of Is-
    rael still awaits official
    recognition.
    Many lessons may be gleaned
    from this latest terrorist attack in
    Home Yet one insight must be
    highlighted above all others: ter-
    rorism is something that our
    world society must stamp out
    and must reject forthrightly and
    clearly.
    Our own country has taken ex-
    cellent steps in this direction and
    must continue to lead the battle
    against terrorism. Thev must
    urge the other countries of the
    world to take a resolute and
    forceful position against this ugly
    and brutal phenomenon.
    In particular, the European
    Economic Community must give
    up their so-called peace initiative
    which would only lend greater le-
    gitimacy to the terrorist PLO.
    FINALLY, we must make
    clear to all that terrorism is not
    usl a Jewish or Israeli problem.
    It began as a unique situation,
    yet it has now spread to a crisis
    and epidemic proportions.
    Terrorism began with an attack
    on Israel and the Jew. and now it
    attacks everyone.
    That the individual who al-
    legedly shot President Reagan is
    Continued on following page
    Pen-Mar Upholstery
    694 W. 84 Street 823-4992
    Shavuoth Greetings To All
    Big Discount Fan
    Center
    6623 S. Dixie Hwy. 6664358
    Wishes Everyone A Happy Shavuoth
    possibly the moat unique
    dinning experience m Florida
    21 NE 36 St.-576^)000
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    Miami Lake Raquet Club
    5885 NW 151 St Miami Lakes 822-0160
    Raquet ball Court. Handball courts.
    Sauna. Whirlpool. Excercise Room.
    Modern New Facility Restaurant.
    Shavuoth Greetings To All
    m
    Al's Furniture
    Hefinishing
    1951 NW 141 Street Bay 26-893-2835
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    Jose Ventura
    Renee de Paris, Inc.
    6608 Collins Ave. Miami Beach 865-7631
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    Shamrock Auto Trim
    2040 NE 154 St. N MB 944-3621
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    Blue Seas Motel
    17315 Collins Ave. 945-3551
    180 Rooms- Two Large Pools- Lounge- & Oceanfront
    Suites
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    Kaberaf Modes
    315 Lincoln Road MB. 531-5112
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    House Of Spain
    Complete Home Furnishings Lamps A Lighting
    Fixtures- Bars Bar Stools- Desks
    14241 South Dixie Hwy. 233-8100
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    $t
    Shamrock Auto Rentals
    2701 NW LeJeuae Road Miami. Florida 33142
    871-6311
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    19130 W. Dixie Hwy. Miami 931-6722
    Happy Shavuoth To My Many Friends A Customers
    Joel & Luis
    Upholstery
    973 SW 8th. Street 864-1209
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    A Happy Shavuoth
    Shaare Tevillah
    Synagogue
    8460 SW 154 Circle Court
    Number 111
    We Wish Everyone A Happy Shavuoth
    Brooks American
    Sprinkler Co.
    2430 NW 79th St Miami 691 1182
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    Trigg's
    Steaks & Seafood Lounge
    In Tamarac On University Drive 722-7110
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    Service Inc.
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    The Farber Family Wish All A Happy Shavuoth
    El Cid Restaurant
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    "A Haven For The Hungry
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    The Garden Restaurant
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    Chase Savers Insurance
    Corporation
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    Page 10-H
    *JeisFThTkJkMn
    al
    Friday, Jun. : n;
    Impact of Terrorism
    Strikes Home
    Continued from preceding page
    a former neo-Nazi who hated thv
    Jewish paopla, or that the indi
    \idual who allegedly shot the
    Pope is a PLO advocate who
    hatea the Jewish people are not
    coiacidbBeM
    Instead they are warnings
    vs.irnmgs to a world grown indif
    t. rent to anti-Semitism and
    hatred of the Jew no matter what
    form or tabs) it hides under
    LET THE world realize that if
    the cancer of anti-Semitism is
    allowed l<> flO unchecked, if ter-
    rorist I vho hate Israel are sup-
    ported and lauded, then in the
    end not just the Jew will suffer,
    but all mankind will pay a price.
    Hence, as the tragic incident in
    the Vatican fades in our memo-
    ries, let us urge all of the world to
    make tin- the hour in which 6
    Stand will be taken against the
    SUOWgS of terrorism, once and for
    all.
    To do otherwise, is to court
    disaster
    :-:-::-:::-::-x:::::%X::r:^::::::::::%W:W^i
    Beth Aodesh
    Men's Club
    Beth Kodesh Men's Club is
    sponsoring a gala breakfast on
    Sunday, June 14th in the Elsa
    Kreutzer Auditorium. It will
    honor Mr. Joseph Krissel who
    has served as President of the
    Congregation for the past 2
    years.
    Mrs. Irene Adler is Chair
    person of the affair and has
    announced a uniqe breakfast to
    take place on June 14th at 9:00
    a.m.
    ------
    /
    New officers reelected to the South Florida Council of Pioneer
    Women were installed at a luncheon meeting held at the Fon-
    tainebleau Hotel. Pictured are, top row, from the left: Felice P.
    Schwartz, vice president; Leah Benson, membership vice presi-
    dent; Harriet Green, president; Lillian Davis, social secretary
    and Bertha Liebmann, vice president. Seated are, from the left,
    Margot Bergthal, treasurer; Esther Weinstein, financial
    secretary; Shirley Partner, recording secretary and Gisela
    Gutter, vice president.
    Amber Oil
    Corporation
    1861 Bay Road 538-4611
    W'is/ies To Extend To Their Many
    Friend* Normandy Isle
    Decorating Center
    1118 Normandy Dr. 8664602
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    Catalanos
    Norses' Registery
    Licensed A Bonded
    555 W 49 St. 821-1262
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    Fujiya Japanese
    Market
    12777 SW 280 Street
    Homestead 257-5535
    ________Happy Shavooth________
    Gottex Of Israel
    777 NW 72 Ave. 261-4700
    Sharon Rosenthal
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    Insty-Prints
    Instant Lit ho Printing Se Habla Kspanol
    13211 NW 7th. Ave. N. Miami 688-6386
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    New York
    Bakeries
    1349 Washington Ave. Miami Beach- 532-4445
    Shavuoth Greetings
    Sara's Kosher
    Catering
    2214 NE 123 St. No. Miami 891-3312
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    We Wish Everyone A Very
    Happy Shavuoth
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    To The Entire Jewish Community
    Associated
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    Shavuoth Greetings To My Friends A Customers

    ,'UUtn t_#*Ts*oB w^ ----------------------------
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    Business Machines
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    Phone: 252-2374
    Holiday Greetings- Harrol Ebert-
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    Miami
    255-0992
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    7910 NW 22 nd. Ave
    Miami. Fla 33147
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    Page 11 B
    &m&!&
    Cancer
    League
    Beth Am Holds Exercises Sunday
    Mrt. Ann Koven (left to right), and Mrs. Mickey Uworkin were
    '#:+>>'tV:'-<>:V:::::V: presented plaques by Mrs. Eva Liberson, outgoing president,
    at the installation luncheon of the Women's Cancer League of
    Miami Beach, for their continued support and outstanding
    _________________efforts._____________
    Beth Am Confirmation Class
    of 1981 will have special exercises
    on Sunday morning, June 7, at
    9:45 a.m. in the Temple Sanctu-
    ary, North Kendall Drive, South
    Miami.
    The confirmands are:
    Allison Abiirh David Albert.
    Michelle Harm Lonny Barkow.
    Jonathan Barry. Julie Behren David
    Berezln. Iorl Berman. Sherrl Blaaa.
    All.ia Block, Ellen Boillnger, Taml
    Cherdack. Kenneth Cohen. Michael
    Cole. Daniel Cooper. Amy Corln. Heidi
    Davis. Karen Dem.
    Lisa Epstein. Barbara Eatlngar.
    Starry Fajfgen. Rochalle Felnsteln.
    Amy Flnebcrg. Todd Friedman Mark
    Celband. Robert Gltteas. Paula Gold.
    Lisa Ullck. Michael Ooldenbarf. Lorl
    Cross man. David Harris Andrew Hel
    linger Paula Jacobaon. Steve Jacobeon.
    Karen Josefsberg Sandra Kirk
    Heidi Klein, Karen Korn. Jennifer
    Kram. Lelfti Kulvln. Mlndl Lang. Todd
    Irvine. David Ueberman. Stacl Llpcon.
    Ellse Upoff. Suxanne I.itt Amy Mann.
    Sharon Mann. Jeff MargoUs. Graf
    Markowltz. Andrew Matua. Wendy
    Meyerson, Robert Moses. Alan
    Nathans. Mark Orovltx.
    Beth Peatooe. Jeffrey Pfeffer, NancI
    Phlllpa. Nell Potash. Michael Quartln.
    Damon Rabin. Scott Rosen. Jennifer
    Ross. Eric Roth. Sharon Ruttenberg
    Robert Ruwltch. UndaSablotsky, Mark
    Saliberg. Jordon Savltt. Steven Schorr.
    Ruth Schrenxel. Steven Sehwartx.
    Sandra Segal. Kara Serbia Robert Ber-
    lins. Laurie Sharp. Eric Sheldon
    United Medical
    Laboratories
    Complete Medical Laboratory Service
    Ml LmcolaKd MB
    Happy Shavuoth To All
    Golden Touch
    Auto Collision, Inc.
    2660 NE 189 St. -931-8938-9
    Holiday Greetings To All
    La w re nee Painting
    & Roof Coating
    Phone 281-6354
    Free Estimates Insured
    Holiday Greetings
    King Arthur Chair Co.
    5501 NW 36 Are. 635-3066
    Happy Shavuoth To All
    Ace Music Center
    13630 W. Dixie Hwy 8914201
    Shavuoth Gritting To Everyone
    Advanced Business
    Products
    1330 Coral Way 868 5666
    Happy Shavuoth To All
    The Eastern Sun
    Adah Congregate Living
    900 (Wan Dr. Miami Beach 673-4422
    Shavuoth Greetings
    Traveler's Bag, Inc.
    1938 NE 163 St. 644-1487
    Wishes A Happy Shavuoth To All
    Hausman Bus Sales
    1100 NW 23 Ave Ft. Lesjaardali 940-4855
    Shavuoth Greetings to All
    Florida Lace &
    Braid Co., Inc.
    565-575 NW 24 St.. Miami -573-8020
    "ppy Shavuoth From All Of Us To All Of You
    Oscar Awining
    12147 NW 7 Ave. N. Miami 681-2762
    Holiday Greetings To All
    Kane's Masterbuilt
    Furniture
    5851 NW 36 Ave. 633-0642
    Happy Shavuoth To Everyone
    Kendall Radiator Works
    a
    8711 SW 129 Tar Miami 233-4654
    "Ppy Shavuoth To Our Friends A Customers
    Morris II Discount
    Grocery & Dairy
    1421 Washington Avenue. 534-6779
    Wishes Everyone A Happy Shavuoth
    Welcome Aboard
    Travel Centers
    18168 NE. 19 Ave. 945-2222
    Wishes A Very Happy Shavuoth To All
    Popeye Mucho-K
    Boats
    138 NE 111 St. Miami 751-8104
    Happy Shavuoth To All
    Shiver's Bar-B-Q
    28001 So. Federal Hwy. 248-2272
    Extends To Everyone A Happy Shavuoth
    Engineers Of South
    Fl<
    lorida
    9551 NW 79 Avenue 557-0035
    A Happy Shavuoth To All
    Queralto Jewelers
    42 Miracle Mile Coral Gablea 448-3465
    A Happy Shavuoth To All
    Security Aluminun
    Windows
    5100 Nw 72 Ave. 591-8990
    Happy Shavuoth To All
    Baker Mobiles Of
    Florida, Inc. .
    2089 NW 79 St. 691-3621
    Holiday Greetings To All
    Bel Music
    136 NW 57 Ave. 264-2572
    Holiday Greetings
    American Int'l. Container &
    Wheaton Ind.
    3724 NW 73 St. Miami 836-8660
    Happy Shavuoth To All
    C.O.M. Services, Inc.
    695 NW 115 St. 6864)044
    Holiday Greetings
    Sid Lewis & Son
    Serving Dade A Breward
    Famous Name Brands Of Furniture
    1069 E. 14 St. 885-1603
    Happy Shavuoth To All
    South Dixie Windows
    8500 SW 129 Terrace 255-4262
    Wishes All A Very Happy Shavuoth
    Swankridge Of
    Homestead
    122 NW 7th. Street 248-9662
    A Very Happy Shavuoth To AH
    Tiger Tiger Tea House
    Authenic Chinese Gourmet
    5716 S. Dixie Hwy. 665-5660
    14059 N Kendall Dr. 274-4585
    Happy Shavuoth To Our Friends A Customers
    Peppermint
    Playground
    13860 No. Kendall Drive
    Happy Shavuoth To All
    PrinceHamlet
    Danish Restaurant
    8301 Biacayne Blvd. 764-4400
    Wishes Everyone A Happy Shavuoth
    J.K. Jackson
    Electric Co.
    11371 SW 208 th Drive Miami 236-2641
    Happy Shavuoth To All
    Joe Avick & Sons
    217 NW 36 St. Miami 5764)570
    Shavuoth Greetings To The Entire
    Jewish Community
    Les' Carpet
    8721 SW 132 Street 238-6690
    Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
    A Very Happy Shavuoth
    Midtown Plumbers Inc.
    1222 NW 29 St 635-4434
    Happy Shavuoth
    Capital Electronics
    145 E. Flagiar St. 358-6012
    Holiday Greetings To All
    Big AVs Lounge
    9001 Bird Road 226-1941
    Wishes All Their Friends A
    Customers A Happy Shavuoth
    AUes
    Southeast Corp
    7395 Watt 18th. Lane. Hiaieah. Florida
    Phone 823-4700 Watts Line 800-432-6060
    ________A Happy Shavuoth To All_________
    Breakwater Hotel
    940 Ocean Drive Miami Beach 631-1184
    A Happy Shavuoth
    Bob White's Bowling
    Pro Shop
    1227 NE 2ml Ave. 3746642
    Wishes Everyone A Happy Shavuoth


    Page 12-B
    9-Jen-istt ntrkMan
    Baltuch Assumes Beth Torah Presidency
    Marshall Baltuch. Executive
    Director of the Samuel Scheck
    Hillrl Community Day School
    will be inwUlled as president of
    Beth Torah Congregation, North
    Miami Beach on Thursday
    evening, June 4, with Rabbi Max
    \ Lipschitl serving as the in
    Mailer Mr Baltuch is succeeding
    Eugene I.ipman. who served as
    President for the past two years.
    Marshall has long been active
    .ii Bath Torah. where he served
    u its Firal full time Youth Direc-
    tor for many years. During his
    term, Beth Torah won a Solomon
    Sdmhtir Award in Youth Ac-
    tivities from United Synagogue
    of \merica. Since 1970. he has
    111 ail on the Board of Directors
    of the Congregation; has been
    membership vice president;
    education vice president and for
    the past two years, executive vice
    president
    Malt u. h s.-rved as Director of
    Youth Activities for the New
    York Metropolitan Region of
    United Synagogue and from 1970
    to 1973 aa Director for theSouth-
    aaal Ragion In addition, he has
    served as Youth Director for
    many South Florida congrega
    turns and was a founder of the
    .Jewish Youth Directors
    \ss.x-iation
    He has served as co-chairman
    of the Southeast Region Com-
    mission on Jewish F.ducation for
    the past two years and as a
    number of both the Greater
    Miami Jewish Federation Youth
    San ices Commission and the
    Principals and Administrators
    Council of the Central .Agency for
    Jewish Education
    He is married to Rochelle, who
    is currently the president of the
    Fkirida Branch of W omens
    league for Conservative
    Judaism. They have two chil
    dnn. Robyn. and Aleza.
    Being installed along with Mr.
    Baltuck will be:
    lister Knurl, executive vice preal-
    ,1,-nt Sylvia Ztffer. education vice pre
    id.nl Hubert Whltetaxik financial vice
    dlt Milton Swrrnky houne vice
    preaiOaitl Hi'lty Welnberg member
    ship Mir |>r i itlrnt Morris Srhonwet
    n e prviiitrnt way* and
    meant ^ i> t (irvuldent, Florence Wlnton.
    S..I Popper, youth vice president.
    t Hllllg. treaaurer. Klalne Bidet,
    apoodlng secretary .incl Plane In
    rdlnj5 ecretary Ellen
    v\. nei i in, ,,minn president of the Sla
    torhood and Hubert Welnreb. Incoming
    president of ihe Men's Club
    aim installed on the Hoard of Dlrec
    ton .in- Henni QoMM chairman of
    the board; Horhelle Baltuch. Sherman
    Canter. Ulllan Chasln. Pearl F del son
    \Um KlUs. Joel Felnman. Seymour
    Feldslein. Harold Friedman. Ben
    Cenad. Richard Ciolden Martin CJood
    man Harry Curland Alma Hofstadt-
    Marshall Haltuch
    Charles Adams,
    Photography
    9940 SW 97 Court 271-3995
    U ishes To Extend Savuoth Greetings
    Curtis & Kaplan, Inc.
    290 NE i81 St. 652-3980 373-4300
    Wlakmt To Extenil Shavuoth Greetings
    To Their Friends A Customers
    Sofas And Chair
    Unlimited
    89 NE 27 Street 5734)760
    Nappy Shavuoth To All Our
    Friends A Customers
    Seminole Tile
    Company
    13305 SW 88th. Ave. Miami. Fla. 233-5722
    u e eVraA All Our Fnends A Csitlaaaani
    A very Happy Shavuoth
    All'N Pita
    Restuarant
    23 NE 1 Avenue 374-6040
    W'isfccs The Entire Jewish
    Community A Happy Shavuoth
    he Monde Jewelers
    8538 Coral Way Miami 221 1224
    Shavuoth Greetings
    Martha's Flower
    Shop
    3921 Alton Rd. near 41 St.
    Miami Beach 538-5523
    Happy Shavuoth To All
    Opa Locka
    Drugs, Inc.
    401 Opa Locka Blvd. 681-3122 688-6231
    Holiday Greetings To All
    Owens & Associates
    2040 NW 97 St. Miami 638-2833
    Extends Greetings To All Our
    Friends A Customers
    Skylake Mall
    Barber Shop
    1778 NW Miami Gardcna Drive
    N. Miami Beach 947-2052
    _______Happy Shavuoth
    M I kflroth} Kaufman I
    wn|{ Kuttler I >r Mlk I
    I -i, k rit/
    Gerald I-

    Sutton Optical
    1660 Meridian Ave.
    Miami Beach. Ha. 5344)539
    Happy Shavuoth To All
    Dandy Don Dry
    Cleaning & Laundry
    13891 W Dixie Hwy. 681 1917
    Happy Shavuoth
    Burck Air
    Conditioning Corp.
    5043 SW 8th. Street 442-8023 44241055
    A Happy Shavuoth
    Car Recycling, Inc.
    8130 NW 74 St. 592-6880
    Holiday Greetings To All
    East-Side
    Kosher Restuarant
    6846 W Atlantic Blvd. Margate 971-8340
    Shavuoth Greetings To All
    Youngblood
    Rooting Co.
    1085 N W 36 Street 635-2501
    Happy Shavuoth To All
    Portofino-G ivner
    Mfg. Inc.
    In Memory of Abe Givner
    3035 NW 40th. St. Miami 635-7534
    Happy Shavuoth To Everyone
    Ocean Pavilion
    Hotel
    5601 OhMfm jjuamn
    Miami Beach -JBMBiJ
    llappj Sh.i\ uoth To Everyone
    PaPa Piccolo's
    Pizzeria
    THE BEST ITALIAN FOOD THIS SIDE OF ITALY
    8016 SW 81 Dr. Miami 271-0811
    Shavuoth Greetings To All
    Reliatex Inc.
    2201 NW 72 Ave. 592 3220
    Wishes To Extend Shavuoth Greetings
    To Friends A Customers
    Jack And Jill
    Children's Boutique
    9517 Sunaet Drive 274-3122
    Wishes A Happy Shavuoth To All
    The Window Shop
    "Tomorrow's Windows Today'
    5590 NW 7 Street 264-8222
    Se Habla Eapanol
    A Happy Shavuoth To All
    American International
    Container, Inc.
    3724 NW73St.-836-8650
    Holiday Greetings To Our Friends A Customers
    Strachan
    Shipping Co.
    2125 Bascayae Bred.-573 7333
    Holiday Greetings
    Zelick's Tobacco .
    326LifaeolaRd.. Miami Beach -53*1544
    Imported A Domestic
    Wishes Everyone A Happy Shavuoth
    Tropical Pet Shop
    2220 Coral Way 85641681
    Established 1939''
    Wishes Everyone A Happy Shavuoth
    Rowe Motel
    % 6800 Colliaa Ave. -866-1616
    Extends A Happy Shavuoth To The
    Entire Jewish Community
    Southeast Realty
    Group Corp.
    500 NW 165 St. Rd. 940^7781
    Wiahea Everyone A Happy Shavuoth
    Phillippe &
    Company
    3403 Main Highway 4484)942
    European Fashions For Men
    Extends Everyone A Happy Shavuoth
    KNIT-WITS
    9509 SW 72 Street 279-7828
    Wiahaa Ml Their Friends And Customers
    Happy Shavuoth
    Five Dames
    Restaurant & Deli
    8942 SW 97 th Ave. 271 1762
    Village Mall
    A Happy Shavuoth To All
    Father & Son
    Iron Works
    2009 NE 160th.St. 944-1100
    Extend! TO All The- Entire Jewish
    Community A Very Happy Shavuoth
    Chez Marie
    Delicatessen
    10121 Sunaet Drive 279 8875
    Extends To The Entire Jewish Conununit)
    A Very Happy Shavuoth
    Benkei Dojo
    7326 SW 45 Street 264-7411
    Happy Shavuoth To All
    Sunset Pet
    Grooming
    7014 SW 87 Ave, Miami 566-2297
    Happy Shavuoth To AD
    The Unicorn
    Nataral Food Reetuaraat
    16454TfE6 Ave 944-UG6
    Holiday Greetings To AH
    Frank Brewer
    Pools Inc.
    18731 Maria Road 232-1440
    Wishes All Their Friends And
    Customers A Happy Shavuoth
    Antiques & Accents
    17526 Biecaye* Bred. 946-1196
    A Happy Shavuoth To All
    Focus Scientific &
    Electric Enterprise
    1661 Biecaync Blvd. M. 3684948
    224 N. Federal Hwy- Ft. Land.- 462 1010
    __________Shavuoth Greetings


    Junf
    1981
    +Jeis*rk>rkJian
    Page 13 B
    . I ..l Mar*apettrn
    v.imjn Mkr. Max
    _ V MinU. KalmanMlnU.
    \ |i i..r Nunbrf,
    Mickey Ptvrack: rr
    >.-maya. Oavid BU
    Sm'lrtrr Robert
    Virr w.-innaah. Jy >u
    . Nato.trov

    _,.
    .
    11. Mrf Kluw I>r
    * s I'.ngory S.hrnkrr
    |)i Robert Shrlr
    ":i .lamlliiK commuter
    I
    \ltrur
    tandlM
    ladi Ahlovr aun
    D parliamentarian
    flni 'n*i*iiifnli
    i metery H*n l
    Roaantfcal lenai
    Wedding
    Daum-Katz
    TV installation ceremonies are
    ^f chain I h) Klaine and Mur-
    Lv Zufcl Reservations are
    .-, ihe late supper and
    mKttig
    DAUM KATZ
    Mr and Mrs. Joel Daum of
    Miami, and Mr. and Mrs. Si Katz
    l>nr^h. announce the engagement
    of their children Mail Rose Daum
    li> Michael Howard Katz.
    t I ,, Miss Daum has a Bachelor of
    bro,eTtV,T^l,Qm' ud,nU, ?*** and.luUus Wuies. cek Arts decree from Rutgers College
    ^Jl!M?l^V^:^ataP^tow.r41.Ma& and Rutgers University and a
    D^Liff!S!^fS^V '?'' ,ta' "s "bann,e and Julius Wide* Master of Public Administrate
    lfay OH th* City of MumiBmich from the University of Pitts-
    burgh She is presently com-
    pleting a Master of Social Work
    also at the University of Pitts-
    burgh
    Mr. Katz received a Bachelor
    of Social Work from Penn
    -vlvania State University and a
    Master of Public Administration
    from the University of Pitt-
    sburgh.
    A December wedding is
    planned.
    The Gown Shoppe
    20117 S Dixie Highway 235-4951
    \ Happy Shavuoth To All Our
    Friends And Customers
    ITS. Canvas & Vinyls
    12916 S.W. 47 Terrace 554-0000
    Se Ilabla Kspanol
    \\ ~hes Kveryone A Happy Shavuoth
    Lou's And Sons
    Roofing Contractors
    17520 South Dixie Hwy 232 1400
    VYishi 1'he Kntire Jewish Communitv
    \ \ itv Happy Shavuoth
    Miami Discount Tools
    & Hardware
    10371 SW IK7 Street 235-1553
    U ishea All Their Friends & Customer^
    \ \ ery Happy Shavuoth
    Adam's Apple, Inc.
    11904 ommodorr Plaia 444 2111
    Wimi> l>> Send Shavuoth fllUngl To Their
    \lanv Friends Jerry King & Larry Von
    Dutch Packing Co. Inc.
    4115 NW 28 St. Miami 871-3640
    Shavuoth Greetings To All
    I
    Vdvanced Security
    Communications
    9000 S. W. 87 Court 595-5570
    Wishes A Happy Shavuoyh To All
    Sam Hochberg, President
    A**
    ffl
    Terry Adams
    Homemaker **?-,
    "o,
    Her Work Is Perfect For The Homemaker
    18729 W. Dixie Hwy. N. Miami Beach
    932-8810
    4
    Carls Camera Shop
    7401 Collins Ave. 866-3733
    Wish.s To F.xtend His Shavuoth
    (irartinga TO His Friends & Customers
    Carl Bello
    Lumas Realty Inc.
    Iti94l NW 57 Ave. 620 -5H22
    aahes In r vi.rui Their Happy Shavuoth Creating!
    I i I heir Many Friends & Customers
    Antonio Sarmiento
    Venzer's Florida
    Forecast Inc.
    Ib63 Colliaa Ave- 531-906N
    Wi I- M-rvone A Happy Shavuoth
    Dina Kotbart
    Piper Lanes
    11021 SW 176 St 232 0044
    Happy Shavuoth
    Lincoln Market
    "ll.ns Ave. Miami Beach U14444
    llappv Shavuoth
    I" All (Kir Friends \ Customers
    Barnett's Hardware &
    Paint
    IW F HalUndale Beach Blvd.- 4564)566
    ^ ishes To Extend Their Host Regards
    I o Their Many Friends & Customers____
    Don M. Rutledge
    Interiors
    4970 N Kendall Drive 661-0500
    \\ iabei To F.xtend His Holiday Greetings
    To His Friends & Customers
    Bagel Emporium
    Hot Bagels-Bialys-Delicateaeen
    University Shopping Center
    1238 So. Dixie Hwy. 666-9519
    Happy Shavuoth
    Louis Aguirre
    Paint & Body Shop
    7111 NW 6 Ct. Miami 754-8659
    Shavuoth Greetings
    Belcher Fishing Supply
    54S.W.6Ct. 374-6444
    U i-hes To Fxtend A Happy Shavuoth To All
    American Foto Mart, Inc.
    2650 Biscay** Blvd. 756-1000
    Wishes To Extend Beat Wishes
    For A Happy Shavuoth
    Pete's Lawn Mower
    Service
    8196 N.W. 17 Av. 6934221
    Wishes A Happy Shavuoth To All
    PeteToato.Jr
    Edna's Beauty Salon
    1553 N.E. 1*4 St. 944 9504
    wishes To Extaod Har Shavuoth Greetings
    TorWFnandaACuatotaars
    Adams Medical Aides
    18729 W. Dixie Hwy. 932-8810
    Happy Shavuoth
    Atlas Metals
    Industries Inc.
    1135 NW 159th. Dr. 625-2451
    Happy Shavuoth
    American Gold
    Brokers, Inc.
    13080 NW 7th. Avenue 769-1501 or 681-5682
    Happy Shavuoth To All our Friends & Customers
    Atlantic Hosiery Inc.
    4706 NW 132 St. Miami- 686-7617
    A Happy Shavuoth To The Entire Jewish Commuxhty
    The Beacharbour
    Resort Hotel
    18925 CoBaaa Ave 931-8900
    Toll Free 800427-1042
    Holiday Greetings To Ail
    Brown's Hotel
    Lochshddrak- (8001431-3856
    New York
    Holiday Greetings To All
    Casey Room Air
    Conditioning & Repairs
    11540 SW 120 St.-232-0951
    Wishes To Extend Their Best Wishes
    To Friends & Customers For A Happy Shavuoth
    Farovi Shipping Corp
    1500 Port. Blvd. 373-4765
    Wishes The Jewish Community
    A Happy Shavuoth
    Fiesta Tacos
    13891 N. Kendall Dr. 595-1314
    We Wish The Entire Jewish Community
    A Very Happy Shavuoth
    The Frame Factory
    1405 Weat 49 St.- 558-0412
    Wishes Everyone A Very
    Happy Shavuoth
    Goodies Delicatessen
    1645 Washington Ave 531-6215
    A Happy Shavuoth To AU
    Our Friends & Customers
    Holbert Electric Inc.
    1434 Alton Road 672-6611
    Extends To All Their Friends and
    Customers A Very Happy Shavuoth
    Hurr-i-cane Awning
    Shutters Co. Inc.
    1001 E.24St. 691-6616
    Happy Shavuoth
    International Ranch
    1150 NW 72 Ave. 591 8622 Suite 320
    Pure Bred Brahman* & Commercial Cattle
    Ranch Located In Clewiaton, Fl.
    Main Office In Miami
    Shavuoth
    David Jenkins
    Associates, Inc.
    1325 E. 10 Ave. Hualeah 887-1577
    We Extend To The Entire Jewish
    Community A Happy Shavuoth
    Butterflake Bakery
    1349 W ashingtoD Ave. Miami Beach 532-4445
    Happy Shavuoth Greetings
    Volpe Tours
    1520 Waahiagtoa Ave. 532-7326
    Shavuoth Greetings
    Sed Prosthetics And
    Orthotics Company Inc.
    12003 NE 7th Ave. N. Miami 803-2020
    By ApposBtment Oaly
    Shavuoth Greeting*______________


    Pagel4-B
    +Je*isiincr*Mk*n
    Friday, June 5. lggj
    Lehrman To Charge
    Honor Graduates
    Annual confinnation service ol
    Temple Emanu-El will highlight
    the congregation^ observance of
    Shavuot. 10:30 a.m. on Monday.
    Honor graduates of the con-
    firmation class of 1981. who will
    be confirmed Monday during a
    service in which the Temple
    Emanu-El Choir under the direc-
    tion of Shmuel Fershko will par-
    ticipate include:
    Michael Bregman. son of Mra Doris
    Bregman. Andrea Demaey. daughter of
    Mr and Mr Harry Demsey. Uaa
    Plamond. daughter of Mr and Mra
    Knhert Diamond Michael Elaner. aon
    of Abraham Elaner. Jamea Gonte. aor
    of Mr and Mra laaac Gonte. Arlenc
    Grelfer. daughter of Mr Lola Grelfer
    Felicia Haber. daughter of Mr and Mr*
    Jaime Roaen. Glla Hadani. daughter o
    Mra Shart and Mr Robert Hadani
    Alao. AlUaon Lane, daughter of Dr. and
    Mra Arthur Lane. Anthony Lea
    nephew of Dr and Mrs Douglaa Hal
    ted. Gary Mara, aon of Mr and Mra
    William Mara. Lana Metier, daughter
    of Dr and Mra Jullua Meller. Ofer
    Amir, aon of Mr and Mra Oded Amir.
    Vova Okun. aon of Mr and Mra Mark
    Ofcun. Jonathan I'aaalk. aon of Mri
    Ruth Passlk. Seth Silverman. aon of Mr
    and Mra I .eon Silverman. Art Sklar.
    aon of Mr and Mra Oaear Sklar and
    Belay Stemberg. daughter of Mra
    Rhona Sternberg
    Cuban Hebrew
    Congragation
    Celebrates
    The Cuban Hebrew
    Congregation of Miami
    will celebrate its 20th an-
    niversary, highlighted by
    a dinner on Saturday
    evening, June 6 at 8:30
    p.m. at the Fontainebleau
    Hilton Hotel.
    Aron Kelton is
    president, and Leon Yar-
    mus is secretary.
    Beth Sholom Confirms Sunday
    Rabbi I-eon Kronish, spiritual
    leader of Temple Beth Sholom
    announces confirmation of thirty-
    eight boys and girls at the
    Temple on Sunday. June 7. at
    7:30p.m.
    The confirmation service will
    have as its theme: "The Last 100
    Years."
    The confirmands are:
    Aim Scott Befeler. Mellaaa Joy
    Braun Patrice Bushman Carolina Lea
    Connor. Susan Deborah Convtaer. David
    Alan Criatol. Stacy Helena Efrom
    Randy S Frledland. Amy Laurel Groan.
    Howard Ian Groaa. Daniel David
    Harris David Eric Jaffe
    Jeffrey Solomon Kaplan. Mlch.ii.
    Beth Katea. Ronald Harrison Ksuft
    man. Laurie Kaye. Allen Klrsrhn.r
    Amy Beth l-evlnaon. Susan Mlrh.ll.
    Liner. Steven Gary L.U. K.m Noffi
    IxMigarhl. Richard Jaaon Lowenthsj
    Italic Maaa. Cindy Phillip, iurtv
    Marlel Pulg '
    Jack Rattner David Charles Kos,n
    bloom. Karen N Roaenfeld Hlllv
    Serbln. Steven R Schwedel Trariv
    Michelle Shapiro. Randy J Shaw tjsi
    Wendy Stein. Llaa Sharon Walsh Murk
    Samuel Welnsteln. Lauren Rose Willis
    I -eslle Wynne, and Llaa Zalac
    Harold Vinik, is president of
    the Congregation. Perry Fabian
    is brotherhood president, and
    Nanci Goldstein and Dr. Solomon
    Lichter and co-chairpersons of
    the school board.
    Twery's Import
    160 NE 40 St. Miami 576-0664
    Happy Sakvuoth
    D'avila
    576 NW 28 St. 576-2700
    Mr. Bakaa (New Owner)
    Holiday Greetings
    Tien Kue Inn
    Chinese Restuarant
    2860 Coral Way 444-2717
    Mr. Soo Wishes A Happy Shavuoth To All
    Andy's, The Lock Shop
    336 Washington Ave 248-5203
    Wishes Everyone A Happy Shavuoth
    Kinder Klothes
    Name Brand FashionsFor Boys A Girls
    14636 W. Dixie Hwy. 945-7087
    A Happy Shavth To All
    Miami S.W. Mini Maid
    Fully Insured
    Call 261-6644
    Happy Shavuoth To All
    Lou-Bert Hanicrafted
    Jewelry
    707 NW 119 St. 6864844
    Happy Shavuoth To All
    Modern Fish & Seafood
    3644 Grand Avenue 443-1445
    Holiday Greetings
    Pepe's
    Wonderful Mexican Food
    330 NE 167 St 944-7369
    A Very Happy Shavuoth To AH
    Dee Interior
    Studio South
    104 Crandon Blvd. 361-3711 or 361-5910
    A Happy Shavuoth To All
    The Back Court
    17019 W. Dixie Hwy.
    North Miami Beach
    944-2989
    Happy Holidays
    TJ's Farm House
    Restaurant
    6960 Rod Road 666-6806
    Low Prices Bring the whole family!
    Have A Happy Shavuoth
    Stingray Swim
    Club
    8W114
    Wishes Everyone A Happy Shavuoth
    Rich Photos
    1600 W. Flaglrr 643-2141
    701 NW 42 Ave. 6494800
    Happy Shavuoth To All
    Harriet's Tobacco
    Shoppe
    Dadeland Mall 661-9696
    Midway MaU 266-2782
    Happy Shavuoth To All
    Warren Henry Motors
    (Hwy 441 > 19275 NW 2nd A venae
    Miami. -661-6511
    Have A Happy Holiday
    Holiday Gifts &
    Cards Inc.
    Send Gifts To The Bride
    Weatcheater Mall 8484 Coral Way 226-4602
    Shavuoth Greetings To All
    11860 SW 80 St. 2744625
    Shavuoth Greetings To All
    ool
    Outrigger
    Ships Store & Boatique
    13301 Biacayne Blvd. 9444704
    Happy Shavuoth
    Pepe Tailors
    1337 Biacayne Blvd 3731964
    Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
    A Happy Shavuoth
    Jiffy Maid For A Day
    Expert Household Help
    Phone: 379-5674 Service Monday Thru Saturday
    Shavuoth Greetings
    Edward Magill
    25 S.E 2nd An Suit* 730 358-7777
    Holiday Greetings To All
    Granada Restuarant
    1446 Washington Ave 534 9922 M.B.
    Delicious Food
    Shavuoth Greetings to All
    "Mike's Cigars Of
    Miami Beach"
    466 Arthur Godfrey Road 5384707
    Happy Shavuoth
    Miller & Solomon
    460 S. Dixie Highway 661-3403
    Wishes A Happy Shavuoth To The
    Entire Jewish Community
    Pasta Nosh
    Restaurant
    13943 Biacayae Blvd. 944-1026
    A Happy Shavuoth To All
    Nathan's Famous Buffet
    Catering Service
    18190 ColiisM Ave. 931-4900
    Any Deli Sandwich $3.25- Special 82.19
    Happy Shavuoth
    Caramba's
    Restaurant & Lounge
    1559 Sunset Drive.- 6654217
    Wishes Everyone A Happy Shavuoth
    Minna Lee
    252 Miracle Mile Coral Gablas 443-4264
    Shavuoth Greetings to All
    Mr. Tux
    13797 S. Dixie Hwy. 256-2154
    8979 Bird Rd. 562-1156
    Happy Shavuoth
    Hiller Agency, Inc.
    Hospital Surgical Plans
    9494645
    Shavuoth Greetings to All
    Maico
    Ray MonmonJer
    189 E. FUgtar St. Da Poat Bidg
    Sake 1018 377-1866
    Shavuoth Greetings To All
    Stamps Of The World
    206 SE let. Ave. 3734896
    Shavuoth Greetings To Everyone
    Paris Eye wear &
    Fashions, Inc.
    22 NW 1st. Street 358-1662
    Wishes All A Happy Shavuoth
    Lazaro's Waste
    Service Inc.
    265 NW 28 Street 636-2210
    Wishes Everyone A Happy Shavuoth
    Eva & Co.
    A Full Service Salon Catering
    To The Women & Men
    6629 S. Dixie Hwy. 666-7984
    A Happy Shavuoth To All
    Original Office
    Furniture Inc.
    2742 N W 36 Street 635-4707
    Holiday Greetings To All
    SS
    angkok House
    staurantInc.
    7378 SW 40 St. Miami 2664368
    Shavuoth Greetings
    Hirsh
    Sailing Yachts Of Miami Inc
    2666 S. Bayeaore Dr.. Ceeoaat Grove, FU. 33133
    306468-2493
    Happy Shavuoth To All


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    The Dadel ouBty Spaekl Olympics, in conjunction with the
    Aasociation r0i Retarded Chi* im Dads County, will conduct
    Roadblock 81 on Saturday. June fi and Sunday. June 7. from 10
    <"?,?) ,.' \ Pim. llerting donations at major intersections
    throughout Hade County The purpose of Roadblock 'Ml is to
    raise money to sand Special Olympian! to tha stats summer
    P""1 '" lamI> !! i- tor training programs and other
    nrvicaa provided by the Association for Retarded Citizens.
    I mm ( ounty
    Byron Cherkaa was honored by the International Affiliation
    of Independent Accounting Firms during its annual convention
    in London, preeanting him with silver goblet, and cited for his
    efforts m helping found the organization, which has member
    firms throughout the world
    Willie Anthony Waters, former musical assistant of the San
    Francisco Opera, has been named Music and Education Ad-
    ministrator and Chorus Master of the Greater Miami Opera
    effective June 1
    Bruce Rubin, head of a Miami-baaed public relationa
    counseling firm bearing his name, has been chosen as a member
    of the national nominating committee of the Public Relations
    Socist) it America He will represent Florida. Georgia. North
    arolina. South Carolina. Mississippi. Alabama and Tennessee.
    St Francis Hospital will host a Post-Mastectomy clinic on
    Friday. June 5. from 10:30 a.m. to 12 p.m. in the In-service
    Classroom on 2 Main. The ongoing Mastectomy Program is de-
    signed to help women who have undergone surgery for breast
    cancer.
    The opening of North Miami Community Mental Health
    enter offers preventative and curative mental health services
    to the North Miami area.
    Located at 9400 N.W. 12 Avenue, the center was estab-
    lished to meet community needs for mental health outpatient,
    post-hospitalization and emergency services, as well as primary
    prevention programs in an area which previously had no mental
    health services.
    Barbara Bessey
    800 Lincoln Road- 538 77.14
    School Of Exercise
    llapp) ShavuothTo Everyone
    Best Plumbing
    Mil NIMH. 757-0199
    . ryontA Vtry Htppy Shai uoth
    Kandy's Restuarant
    Free ice cream sundaes on
    \ i'iir birthday Show proof
    16690 Collina Avenue
    947-1219
    Saai uoth Greetings To All
    Put Ons
    13467 S DtsJs Hwy. 251 1953
    11967 SW 88 St. 596-4332
    Happ\ Shai uoth To All
    Rampad
    Corporation
    1933 NW titter. 325-9444
    //.i/)/>\ Shavuoth To All
    Best Vacuum
    Cleaner Repairs
    siNi Sunset Drive 667-4062
    12558 N Kendall Drive 279-5509
    Happy Sha i uotH
    Antiquarius
    Restuarant
    1101 Biscayne Blvd.
    fil eryone A Happy Shai uoth
    Manolo Garcia
    Electric Motors
    U50 NW 40 St -6381717
    Holiday Greetings
    Touche Ross & Co.
    Tax Consultants
    3rd. Floor. RrvergaU Ptaxa
    444 Brkkell Am 377-4000
    Wish A Happy Shavuoth To All
    Deliciosa Bakery
    13425 SW 56 Street 223-8220
    Happy Shavuoth
    Miami Seaquarium
    1 95 South To Kay Biacayae
    "n hVkenbacker Causeway 361 5705
    S'aacuora Greetings To All
    La Salle Cleaners
    ^1 UJeeac Rd. Qoni Gablos 444-7376
    I Quality Cleaning
    ""** In Servica-Plokup 4 Delivery Service
    Shavuoth (}reelings
    Deep Tan
    5300 NW 167 Street 621-5551
    It !*< ^ A Happy Shai uoth To All
    Bayshore Whale &
    Sail Club
    1060 NE 79 St. Miami
    For Membership Call: 754-1913
    \ Happy Sharuoth To All
    East Coast
    Scrap Metal
    3273 NW No. River Dr. 635-0234
    Wisktt All Our Fnends & Customers
    A Happy Shai uoth
    Lincoln-Marti School
    904 SW 23 Ave. 643-4888
    Holiday (' retting* To Our Many
    Friends <$ Students
    Demetrio Perez
    Pavilion Rent-A-Car
    2985 NW 42 Ave Miami 871-3751
    2204 Collins Ave. Miami Beach 673-5944
    Happy Shaiuoth To All Our Friends
    And Customers
    Camp Mountain
    Lake
    Mr A Mr- \!\ in Savage & Family
    Wish All A Happy Sharuoth'
    Anthony Abraham
    We Ship Worldwide-Auto's-Trucks
    41K1 SW8St.- 442-1000 or 665-1 111
    Holiday ('-reelings
    Larry Marks
    And Company
    541 NW 27 St.. Miami 576-6587
    A Happy Shaiuoth
    International House
    Of Pancakes
    1101 NE 163rd. Street 940-9791
    Happy Shaiuoth To All
    Morris Hosiery Barn
    1780 Alton Rd.
    Miami.Beach 672-1158
    Sharuoth Greetings
    Central Medical
    Laboratory, Inc.
    1801 Coral Way 856-4363
    State Licensed- Medicare Approved
    Se Habla Espanol
    Complete Laboratory Service
    Holiday Greetings
    5964)600

    Kendall Racquetball
    & Health Club
    107 th Avenue & N. Kendall Drive
    Dadeland Weat Office Park Miami. Florida 33176
    Holiday Greetings

    K&K
    1 Stop RV Equipment & Supplies
    1299 NW 79 St. 693-1402 Miami
    23215 So. U.S. 1-245-1212- Homestead
    Holiday Greetings To All
    Gallagher-Cole
    Associates
    4700 Biacayne Boulevard Phone: (306) 576-4100
    Bay Point Plaza Building Miami. Florida- 33137
    Phil C Gallagher Samuel T. Cole
    RaynondC Boon.CLU
    Happy Shavuoth To All
    Miami Beach
    FireDept.
    2300 Pine Tree Dr.
    Miami Beach
    673-7120
    Holiday Greetings To All
    Bert Rodgers Schools
    Of Real Estate
    Incorporated
    /201 Lake Ellenor Drive-Soite-llXMMando, Fla. 32800
    Telephone (305) 855-5441
    Toll Free (80014324)320
    Real Estate License Course
    Including Required Educational Course
    Happy Shavuoth To All


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    Fiday. Junes
    Temple Judea Honors Students
    Temple Judea
    will honor its
    Hebrew School graduates at a
    special Family Worship Service
    Friday. June 5. at 8 p.m., when
    27 graduating students will par-
    ticipate in a creative service
    called "Circle Without End"
    which includes a sermon in song.
    The Religious School Staff and
    Teacher's Aides will be honored.
    Special honors will be given to
    Mrs. Madelaine Frishman.
    Drama Teacher, and Laurel
    Swerdin. Cantonal Soloist and
    Music Teacher.
    The graduating students are:
    Jot (UUl M.ilth- Hlerman. Amolc
    Ilium Oanielle Camner. Linda Chek
    anow Stewart Chlrun. Shawn Cohen
    Andrew Feldman Jeffrey Fenster
    Samuel Feuer Matthew Geller Andrew
    Oilman. Steven GorSen. Beatrice
    Mlnkea. Alan Hollander.
    Joey KU, Ross Kotkln. Benjamin
    Kulell. Howard Ix>ndon. Michael
    Marcua. Hilary Meyers. Deborah
    Phillips Anne Plckard. Jennifer
    S. hoen I'aul Srhwarti. Keith Warahof
    skN David Wolf
    On Sunday, June 7, at 7:30
    p.m.. the Temple announces Con-
    firmation services. Students who
    have completed 10 years of re-
    quired studies are:
    Lisa Jill Applebaum. Steven Berley.
    Keb.-k.iri Borage, i.im Lee Chamuel
    Mrlame Anne Dernls. Jana Duelfer,
    Jeffrey Kvoor. Amy Beth Feldman
    Sandford Jay Forman. Snarl Lynr
    Knedman. Judith Frelmor. StepnanU
    Gordon Dennis Scott Oreen. Susan Her
    sknwilz. Joel Hollander. Roberta Isan
    I..ill Jill l.iffi I.exile Kahn
    K. Kogan. Karen Rllzabeth Levlne. Jenni-
    fer Marks. Stephen Jay Miller. Lauren
    Parnaa. Jacqueline Paskow. Eric
    Poms. Michael David Randell. Rlsa
    Lynne Resnlk. Joanne Shechter. Evan
    Stein. Ronald Scott Taylor. Roger Tay-
    lor. Marc Teltelbaum
    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. NF 160 St.
    and 19 PI.. N Miami Beach, on
    Sunday, May 81 from 10 am
    until 4 p.m.
    Procmta from the sale will be
    used for the benefit of hospital-
    ized veterans at the V A Hospital
    Or Olom President is Mrs. Hornik
    Temple Or Olom will hold their
    installation of new officers at
    Friday evening services.
    (Mrs. Peter (Linda) Hornik will
    be installed as the new president,
    replacing outgoing president, Mr.
    Jack Lubin. Other officers to be
    installed will be Mr. Alan Schul-
    berg. Executive V.P.; Mr.
    Marvin Zalis. Religious V.P.,
    Mrs. Paul (Gloria) Ginsberg.
    Education V.P., Membership
    V.P.. Mr. Norman Schwedel.
    Fund Raising V P.. Mrs. Ralph
    (Myrna) Fistel Youth V.P.; Mr.
    Daniel Licker, Financial V.P..
    Mr Al Gleiberman. Financial
    Secretary, Mrs. Marvu, (J
    *ns. Corresponding Secre
    and Mrs. Alan (Bethi Schulh.
    Recording Secretary Mr H
    Hornik will be installed as
    new Men, Club President
    5: fiS BSSLub,n ^e
    Sisterhood President
    The Board w,U mxuin
    Michael MireU. Al R0Sner
    Kaplan. Julius Israel. Dor
    Mazine. Isaac Bindavan G
    Cole Jack Fertig'. Wiiu,
    Herzbrun. Ben Jacobs. Km*
    Korenvaes. Ruth Plauff Mi
    Rubine. Leo Scherker. U.
    Schoenberg. Bobbie Sloan
    Susan Steirn.
    Harbor Island Spa
    7900 Harbor Island
    North Bay Village. Fla. 751-7561
    From Larry Paskow A Family Happy Shauuoth
    Mazza & Son, Inc.
    Discount With Coupon
    7497 NW 8th. Street 264-5428
    A Happy Shai uoth To All
    Even Steven
    Restaurant & Lounge
    13833 N. Kendall Drive 387-2735
    Happy Shai-uoth To All
    Laura McCarthy Inc.
    8601 Biscay ne Blvd. Miami Shore. 751-1641
    A Joyous Shaiuoth To All Our
    Friends A Clients
    Pestonit Flowers
    129 SW 12 Ave. 545-7701
    Wishes A Happy Shaiuoth To The
    Entire Jewish Community
    J.G. Budd Assoc. Inc.
    8034 NE 2nd. Ave. 758-9051
    Customized Mirror walls Glass Specialists
    Holiday Greetings
    Esther's Draperies
    M.D.A. Corp.
    3211 SW 22nd. Terrace. Miami 445-2151
    Happy Shaiuoth
    A bar Co.
    Motel & Hotel Equipment & Supplies
    1334 N. Miami Ave. 358-1511
    A Happy Shaiuoth To All
    A mericana
    Travel Agency
    1238 W. 68 Street 5564027
    Shaiuoth Greetings To All
    World Of Rattan
    5855 Sunset Drive-661 7648
    9611W. FlasjVsr St. 2254813
    Holiday Greetings To All
    A Head Of Time
    7281 Dadilaarl Mai 667 9441
    1933 NE 163rd. Strset 9454253
    Happy Shauuoth To All
    Rechtien
    International Truck, Inc.
    7227 NW 74 Ave888-0111
    Wishes A Happy Shauuoth To AU
    Elizabeth Arden
    The Salon
    Coral Gabies 340 Miracle Mile 445-5443
    Palm Beach 351 North Ave. 655-7270
    Ftl. Laaderdale 2457 East Sunrise Blvd. 5654359
    Surfside 9592 Harding Avenue 865-3586
    Shaiuoth Greetings To All
    Tivoli
    3439 Sunny Isles Blvd. 945-7060
    Complimentary Danish Crepe Tivoli Served On
    Monday. Wednesday & Thursday With
    AU Entrees
    Happy Shaiuoth To AU
    Aladdin Upholstery
    2557 NW 23rd. Street 634-4769
    Sends A Happy Shaiuoth To All
    Sunrise Gardens
    Retirement Home
    A New Concept In Care For The Elderly
    22790 SW 112 Ave. 253-2730
    Key Biscayne
    Travel Service
    638
    Blvd Key Biscay** 361-3361 -
    We Wish Everyone A Happy Shauuoth
    5429
    Golden Tea Cup
    6424 Hollywood Blvd. 962-1828
    Holiday Greetings To All
    Key West Konnection
    Sophisticated Fashions From Key West
    22400 Old Dixie Hwy. 2454939
    Happy Shaiuoth To AU
    South Gardens
    Chinese Restaurant
    45 N. Homestead Blvd. U.S. 1
    Homestead 2464106
    Mandarin And Cantonese rood
    Happy Shaiuoth To AU
    iup
    Spec's Music Inc.
    Wishes The Entire Jewish Community
    A Happy Shsvuoth
    Mr. Stainless
    285 NE 186 St.-653-3107
    Welding
    Shavuoth Greetings To AU
    Mark's
    The word for quality cleaning & Laundry
    1201 20th.St..MB -538-6104
    Open 7 a.m. to7p.m. Sat. to6p.m.
    In by 10, oat by 5 same day service lor cleaning.
    Shirt laundering, Bat work, fluff dry.
    Never an extra charge
    We Wish AU Our Friends
    A Happy Shauuoth
    Meadowbrook Lakes
    Builders Of Candoinlum Apartments
    45 E. Sheridan St. Dania, Fla. 9204711
    Happy Shavuoth
    L.P. Evans Mercedes Benz
    "The Dealer With The Courtesy Image"
    9696 NW 7 Ave. Miami
    Sales 693-1711
    Service- 693-0311
    We Also Handle Alfa Romero
    A Happy Shau-oth To AU


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    1981
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    nited Way Seeks 1981 Increases
    _ iTnjtx1 Wav Board of Di- that the leadership and the peo- *r k..__------_
    \L aim^i to seek a 1981 pit-"f the community are behind
    ^inK>al of $14,663,510
    n?Vrcent increase over lfcev
    . to help meet the in
    needs of the com
    tfy's agencies.
    [tb increase, which will allow
    Ll Way to begin closing the
    . created in recent years be-
    cy needs and limited
    resources, is the
    %ver sought by United
    "of Dade County, according
    ,rwsident Tom Bomar.
    I r $ campaign will be the most
    ever But I believe
    us and together we'll achieve
    our goal so as not to fall behind in
    our effort to meet local human
    needs." said B Franklin Skinner,
    1981 Campaign chairman.
    The goal is based on a study of
    projected 1982 agency needs
    conducted by United Ways
    Agency Operations Division. "A
    15 percent increase is needed just
    to address a minimum level of
    agency needs in 1982." said Oc
    tavio Verdeja. Agency
    Operations chairman
    Funds raised during the 1981
    Campaign will help support some
    66 human terries, agencies and
    programs: in Dade County.
    Through a volunteer process of
    Citizen review, funds are allocated
    to local agencies supporting
    youth, the elderly, the retarded
    and handicapped and others
    through a wide range of services.
    Mizrachi Party
    Jeanette Goldberg announces a
    games party will be on the pro-
    gram for the Shalom Chapter of
    American Mizrachi Women at
    the 100 Lincoln Rd. Club Room.
    Miami Beach, on Tuesday. June
    16 at 12 noon. Lunceon will be
    served.
    Master
    Carpets Inc.
    18030 Dixie Hwy233-2511
    Happy Shavuoth
    Auto Body Leak
    Specialist
    1953 NE 147 St. 940-2813
    Holiday Greetings To AU
    Mr. Wendell
    Century 21
    Newman-Goldstein
    Real Estate Co. Inc.
    9490 S. Dixie Hwy. 666-1984
    //'i/i.iuv Greetings From Jerome Seu-rnan
    Care I Gallery
    Bfl Lincoln Rd. MB 534-4384
    19th. A 20th. Century Masters
    Happy Shavuoth To AU
    At the dedication ceremonies of a new Sefer Torah to the
    Talmudic University of Florida were (left to right) Rabbi J.
    Burstyn, Executive Director; Emery and Sarah Simon, reci-
    pients of the award; Harav Yochanan Zweig, Dean of the
    Talmudic University of Florida; and Rabbi A braham Groner,
    making the presentation to Mr. and Mrs. Simon in honor of
    their 50th wedding anniversary.
    Van's Equipment
    Rentals, Inc.
    1707 NW 21 St. Miami 325 1510
    Shai unth Greeting!
    Harold's Garage
    5781 Commerce Lane Miami 661-6931
    Holiday Greetings
    Fu Manchu
    We Claim Finest Cantonese Food.
    325- 71 St. 866-4303
    Happy Shavuoth To All
    Fox's Sherron Inn
    6030 S. Dixie Hwy. 666-2230
    Happy Shaiuoth To All
    Watson s
    Tee House, Inc.
    6*1 NW 108 St.Miami. 33168- 751 5790
    lltiliday (rvr11ng- To All
    Webster's Sport
    Center
    tW08 NW 20 Ave. 9407337
    Holiday Greetings To All
    Morris Wolf
    Photography
    1615 NE 163 St. 944-2424
    Holiday Greetings To All
    Wilson Wood Fence
    & Decking Co.
    17750 Cleveland Ave. 232-0790
    Free Estimates
    Happy Shaiuoth To All
    Edwards Produce
    Company, Inc.
    1100 NW 21 Street-324-6143
    Wishes The Jewish Community A Happy Shavuoth
    Fedco
    1605 Washington Ave.. Miami Beach 531-5583
    Best Wishes For A Happy Shavuoth To All
    Harry A Duffy
    Violins
    Appraisals-Sales-Repair Service
    2954 Oak Ave. 443-0814 Coconut Grove
    Holiday Greetings
    Correct Electric Inc.
    6711 S. W. 80 Street 667 9537 or 667-9626
    All Dade County
    Shavuoth Greetings To All
    Dade Dental Center
    1225 Washington Ave. 532-4009
    I)r I Orebin & Dr. N Berasain
    Happy Shavuoth To All
    Yellow Cab Inc.
    M20NW 22 Ave. -885-1111
    Holiday Greetings To AU
    Castle Harbor
    Sailboats
    Dinner Kay Marina 868-3212
    Happy Shavnota To All
    Lucio's Italian
    Restuarant
    3104 Coral Way 448-3121
    Shavuoth Greetings To AU
    The Palette
    125 NE 26 Street- 573-0980
    Happy Shavuoth
    George H. Bernstein
    C.L.U.
    10301 S. Dixie Hwy.. Miami 666-2572
    Happy Shavuoth To All
    Alisha's Buster
    Brown Shoes
    11451 SW 40 ST. 223 1292
    Shavuoth Greetings To All
    Bressers Cross
    Index Directories
    853 NE 79 St. Miami 768-6786
    A Happy Shavuoth To All
    Snow Jeweler
    219 Miracle Mile 443-7448
    Happy Shavuoth To AU
    Southern Wine
    & Spirits
    1600 NW 163 St. 625-4171
    Shavuoth Greetings
    Team Mobile Service
    3647 NW 36 St. Miami-635-2970
    Shaiuoth Greetings To AU
    Copy's Uniforms Boutique
    13855 N. Kendall Dr. Kendall Lakes Mall 595-4851
    Happy Shaavuoth
    Petal Supply Company
    6990 Indian Creek Drive 864-8069
    Wishes To Extend A Happy Shavuoth To All
    . Peter Nathanson
    'Frank's Grooming Inc.
    893- NE 79 St. Causeway 757-3328
    Holiday Greetings
    The Plumbing
    Shop
    935 Arthur Godfrey Rd.- 531-1514
    Shavuprb Gree|inS To AJ1, _
    The Whiffenpoof
    Restaurant
    2728-32 Ponce De. Leon Blvd.- 445-6603
    Shavuoth Greetings To All
    Tropical Paper
    Box Co.
    7000 NW 25th St.
    Miami. Fl. 592-5520
    Happy Shavuoth To All
    Sun Reflector Film
    For Your Window
    13625 NW 7th. Avenue 685 1592 93
    Happy Shavuoth To All
    -
    Miami Serpentarium
    13665 S. Dixie Hwy. Miami 236-5722
    Happy Shavuoth To All Our Friends
    And Customers
    Poe & Associates,Inc.
    18441 NW 2 Ave. 6634610
    Extends To All A Very Happy Shavuoth
    Window Designs Inc.
    945-6710
    Holiday Greetings
    L. & A. Unisex Salon
    9618 FonnftnMa Bhrd.
    Miami, Fl. 5533883
    Shavuoth Greetings
    Amoco Bay
    Harbor Islands
    1501 Broad Caneeway Bay Harbor-361-6110
    Happy Shavuoth To All
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    Prly.June5,
    Florida JWVAuxiliary State Convention Cedon Features la Fiesta'Benefit]
    Department of Florida, Ladies
    Auxiliary. Jewish War Veterans.
    wiU hold its 29th Annual Con-
    vention during the weekend 01
    June 5-7 at the Sheraton Bal
    Harbor Hotel. Miami Beach.
    Department of Florida Honor
    Guard win present colors at the
    Friday afternoon opening
    session, presided by Department
    President, Leah Eisenman.
    Sabbath morning services will
    be held, followed by Memorial
    Services for deceased sisters,
    chaired by BeDe S. HorowiU.
    Department Chaplain. Past
    National President. Billie Kern,
    is Convention Chairman, and will
    deliver the Memorial Address.
    Awards ceremonies will be held
    t 10 a.m. with Irene Cooperman
    and Zelda Glass. Past Depart
    ment Presidents, officiating. In
    addition to Department Awards,
    the Woman of the Year trophy
    will be presented, along with the
    Bertha Lach Memorial Award,
    and the Edith Feibelman
    Memorial Award.
    PNP Billie Kern will be the
    Toastmistress at the Saturday
    night banquet honoring De-
    partment President Eisenman,
    and Department Commander,
    Alton Zucker.
    Second nominations and
    elections of officers for the
    coming year will take place after
    the banquet, and final session of
    the Convention will be held
    Sunday morning with in-
    stallation of new officers. Mrs.
    Eisenman will read her annual re-
    port, and will be presented a Life
    Memership in the organization.
    She will also receive her His-
    torian book for the past year's
    activities from the Department
    Historian. Evelyn Clein.
    Over 300 members and dele-
    gates will be in attendance for the
    weeknd activities, representing
    31 Auxiliaries in the State or-
    ganization.
    "La Fiesta is the theme off
    this year's fund-raising party for;
    Cedars of Lebanon Health Care
    Center, it was announced by Mr.
    and Mrs. George Feldenkreis and
    Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Millar, the
    chairmen, for the annual function
    to be staged this Friday evening
    at 7:30 p.m. at the Fontainebleau
    Hilton
    The full evening of entertain-
    ment for LA FIESTA party-
    goers will be coordinated by Mr.
    Eloy Vazquez, a past chairman of
    the Annual Hispanic Heritage
    Week for the City of Miami.
    Mr. George (Dorita) Felden-
    kreia, flew to Mexico last weak,
    finalize the arrangemeouf
    mariachi band and decorat
    which the Mexican Gover
    will send for LA FIESTA.
    Funda raised through
    alas will be used to pur^,
    vitaUy needed equipment for
    hospital. An underwriting ,
    boated by Fiesta Co-Chan
    Dr. and Mrs. Cesar Conde
    bald recently. Other Fiesta
    Chairmen are: Dr. and Mr
    Ildefonso Mas and Mr. and Mn
    John H. O'Neil. Jr. Mr. O'Neill
    president of Cedars Board
    Directors.
    Benchmark
    Cabinetry, Inc.
    4306 NE 2nd Ave. 573-8328
    Wishes Everyone A Happy Shavuoth
    Jackie Parker's Sod
    7600 SW 87 Ave. Miami 443-7506
    Happy Shavuoth To All
    Universal Lighting
    & Electric, Inc.
    Erich's German Car
    Repair Inc.
    8831 SW 129 St. 232-2191
    Extends A Happy Shavuoth To All

    7551 W. 4 Ave.
    557-0990
    Happy Shavuoth
    Dedex Associates Inc.
    4507 SW 75 Ave. Halamos Espanol 261-5854
    Shavuoth Greetings
    Remy Tailor Corp
    9814 SW 77 Ave.. Miami 279-4487
    Extends A Happy Shavuoth To The
    Entire Jewish Community
    Dave Air-
    Conditioning Inc.
    264-6444 7290 SW 42 Terr.
    Happy Shavuoth
    Piccadilly Cafeteria
    1645 W 49 St Hi. West land Mall
    82^6601
    Happy Shavuoth
    WWWL
    LOVE
    94 FM
    Jim Conard's
    Banner Tire
    916 N. Flagler Aveaue 248-6533
    Wishes Everyone A Happy Shavuoth
    Pavement Maintenance
    We Pave Tennis Courts And Driveways
    8060 West 20 Ave. 556-1691
    Happy Shavuoth To All
    Norman Bros. Produce
    7621 SW 87 Ave
    Miami 274-9363
    Happy Shavuoth
    Nelson's Pharmacy
    1556 Venera Ave. 6684425
    Shavuoth Greetings To All
    8431st street
    672-2500
    Joe Welch
    Moving & Storage
    Local And Long Distance
    Call 635-2461 or 883-1313
    Holiday Greetings__________
    Regal Glass & Mirror
    7415 NE 1 Place 757-6921 or 767-5861
    Holiday Greetings
    Thorpe Furs
    Golden Guild
    Furriers- National
    Award Winner
    9565 Harding Ave.
    866-2338
    Shut uoth
    I >> i-tings
    Francis & Company
    Wishes A Happy Shavuoth To All
    Our Friends And Customers
    Purity Pest Control
    238-9303 8257 SW 124 St.
    Jack Levin
    Holiday Greetings
    Unpainted Furniture
    Au Naturel
    2753 SW 27 Ave. Off U.S. 1 -856-3399
    98 NE 36 St. 673-3398 Miami Happy Shai uoth
    Wishes Everyone A
    Happy Shavuoth

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    Or logo onto shirts, plaqasa <
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    Registered concert shirts, custom tehirts
    For crabs, hssisj...... ceo sis, etc.
    12516 N. Kendall Drive 598-4610 Happy Shavi
    Edouard de Paris
    Hair Studio
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    368-7909 377-1966
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    Bar/Bar Mitzvahs
    I DEBORAH WOLOWITZ
    daughter of Mr. and
    TilUam WolowiU, wUl ob-
    her Bat MiLzvah at Beth
    ConK",^aUon on Fnda>
    g.June 5
    I a|ebrant is a student at
    Hillel Community Day
    jnd her interests are art
    ^fencing
    ,nd Mrs WolowiU will
    the Oneg Shabbat
    the services. Among
    attending will be her
    nother. Mrs. Mary
    SHARON COHEN
    Lynn, daughter of Mr.
    Lea Cohen will be called
    Torah as Bat Mitzvah on
    evening. June 5. at
    , Adath Yeahunin.
    celebrant is a student in
    ev Class of the Temple
    Yeshurun Religious
    . and is active in the Youth
    She is in the seventh grade
    [Norwood Klementary School.
    |B an honor student and has
    J the Dade County School
    Program for the past five
    and Mrs HaskeU Levin.
    ipandparents. will host the
    Shabbat following the
    A luncheon will also be
    f id honor of the occasion.
    STEPHEN KALER
    phen E son of Mr. and
    lonald Kaler will observe
    I Bar Miuvah at Beth Torah
    reflation, on Saturday
    Dfl. June 6
    pat celebrant is a seventh
    itudent at Highland Oaks
    High School and a mem
    the Hay class at Beth
    Harold Wolk Religious
    and
    or the
    IKTMCI's
    MICHAEL SIME
    Michael Benjamin, son of Mr
    and Mrs Robert B. Sime. will be
    called to the Torah as Bar Mitz
    vah at Temple Sinai of North
    Dade on Saturday morning. June
    6.
    The celebrant is a student in
    the Temple Sinai Religious
    School and in the seventh grade
    at Highland Oaks Junior High
    School. He is a member of Boy
    Scout Troop 350.
    Mr. and Mrs. Sime will honor
    their son at a reception on Satur-
    day at Temple Sinai. Special
    guests will include great-grand-
    mother. Ida Schpolsky and
    grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
    Greenberg and Mr. and Mrs.
    Sime.
    Rabbi Jack M. Rosoff, spir-
    itual leader of Congregation
    B'nai Israel of Greater Red
    Bank, Rumson, N.J., has been
    named president of the Rabbi-
    nical Assembly of New Jersey.
    Rabbi Rosoff is married to the
    former Barbara Ginsberg,
    daughter of Ruth and Ben
    Zion Ginsberg, of Miami
    Beach.
    "OfTEN IMITATED BUT NEVER DUPLICATED
    QUALITY IS OUR STANDARD. REGISTER YOUR CHILD NOW!
    . IN THE ..
    ft BETH TORAH DAY CAMP ft
    NORTH MIAMI BEACH. FLORIDA
    A FULL CAMP PROGRAM FOR BOYS AND GIRLS
    THE FINEST DAY CAMP IS THE GREATER MIAMI AREA
    SWIMMING ATHLETICS ARTS 4 CRAFTS MUSIC TRIPS DRAMATICS
    PHYSICAL FITNESS RICH JEWISH EXPERIENCES 4 PROGRAMS
    DOOR TO DOOR TRANSPORTATION
    WEEKSOFUNEXCH I.KD CAMPING EXPERIENCE AND ACTIVITIES
    I by fall imiri a (.aal ata/t If }
    Mn Kaler will
    Kiddush following
    la Bl BM SI wtm SJSJSSmaai rasaatar Mm af Mi w\
    Jf YOU LL BE GLAD YOU DID! ~
    ji'NEiasi ^
    Far Hrarhurr And Information Call BUl Torah Congragaliofi al *47 7S2H
    WTiat a great
    summer:!
    Where? Camp Judaea!
    UMTED SPACES AVAILABLE
    1st Session
    June 22
    2nd Session
    July 20
    Mhw of Call:
    Ralph Kurland. Director
    July 16 \ Camp Judaea
    1655 Peacntree St.. Suits 904
    Auouit 13 Atlanta. Georoia 30309
    MU0UK u (404) 878.1526
    Dong gueatfl will be
    phen s grandparents. Mrs.
    i Kai/ an.! Sir and Mrs. Jack
    STEVEN SCOP
    *en I'aul son of Mr. and
    Morris 1) Scop (formerly of
    Africa) will be called to the
    as Bar Mitzvah on
    *y evening. June 6. at
    Adath Yeshurun.
    celebrant is a student in
    Religious School. Class Bet 2
    fTwipie Adath Yeshurun. He
    4* Highland Oaks Junior
    land is in the seventh grade.
    ' Boy Scout, has received
    y for a racing car model and
    reived three Soccer
    uhx % Ja* >
    M0 boy* a oH aoss *- '
    Mature aaperweed start (1 per campl
    SuKsomsd eethrity program ncWM
    crafts, ptwtograohy. gymnastic* ovwraghts h*.o. nalurs *Na. Wd trips
    PtoS options etc
    Sabbath Series t "day najhts
    Tutormo. American 4 mi I Slarl
    MOa and less m raaidanca
    a or a araaa laaaanrn
    IJMITED OPCMtNGS CALL MOW 3<-e46 304$
    OrerNe PO Bo. 444S0Me. FM.S314I
    Ootwv Directors
    AM a Nenatte Sevaos (Cert*eo Camp Oracter)
    Carer. Savage Cossman
    Junior Stall
    PoaiUon Availabk
    Muat HalHYaar*
    ***************
    -F*
    *
    **! Mrs Morris D. Scop
    ** the Shalaa Seudot
    I the servicea.
    MELANIE RIDGE
    l**0*. daughter of Mr. and
    Joseph Kidge was called to
    lorah as Bat MiUvah at
    Beth Am on Friday eve-
    l May 22.
    celebrant attenda South
    Junior High where she is a
    of the National Junior
    *y She ia in the
    'lass at Beth Am'i Reli
    ^ool. and ia a member of l
    /"? enjoya participating in a jV
    ^theater worship. P
    J Mrs. Ridg, boated a *
    1 reception in her honor. j(
    in the
    BELLE LEHRMAN YOUTH CENTER
    of
    ^DSYNAOOOOE
    .^OfAMEWCAN
    ^^Blau,, Eaacume
    TEMPLE EMANU-EL
    ^t presents
    * -SUMMER SCENE 1*81"
    i( Jure* M through August 14
    ^ For children 3-14 years Of age
    k Special Counselor-lrvTraining Program
    A structured daMy schadute inctvattng swimming, conspe
    tithre spartt, gymnostics, bowliog, r**r skating, Isreieli
    dotxln. drama. musk, and weekly Shabbat Service.
    SPECIAL ACTIVITIES
    Field tri#>i. ice skating., go CTthag, water beina, golf
    insj, kerattuti.
    Pqgr ta deer bus pick sap saSasbla
    Manday through Frldwy flOO A.M. te 4.-O0 P.M.
    Call S3S-2S03 for further inf rmatu
    *
    *
    1
    *
    *
    *
    *
    Voters Inc. Town Hall Meeting
    Voters Incorporated will have
    a Town Hall Meeting on Tuesday
    evening. June 9. at 7:30 p.m.. in
    the Washington Savings & Loan
    Auditorium. Washington Ave.,
    Miami Beach
    Marry I^evy. president, will
    host the meeting. Guest speakers
    will be Mayor Murray S. Meyer-
    son and Harry Plissner, former
    chairman of Miami Beach Energy
    ?ommission. and will discuss
    public ownership of electric light
    and power on Miami Beach. The
    public is invited.
    Synopis of the Weekly Torah Portion
    Naso
    "Ye shall bless the children of Israel, ye shall say unto
    them: The Lord bless thee, and keep thee"
    (Num. S.23-24K
    NASO The number of Levites between 30 and 60 years of age
    eligible to worship and minister in the tent of meeting was 8,580.
    All those persons considered unclean either because they were
    lepers, or had a discharge, or had touched a corpse were ex-
    pelled from the camp. Thereafter, follow the regulations af-
    fecting adultery and the Nazirites: and the account of the
    various offerings made by the princes of the tribes after the
    tabernacle was finally constructed.
    (The recount.no. el the Weekly Pertten ef the'Law It extracted and base*
    upon "The Graphic History ef the Jewish Heritaee," edited by P. Wollman
    Tsamir. Sis. published by ShenoeM. The volume la available at 7s Malalaa
    Lane. New York. N.Y. lebM. Joseph Schlanf is presMeet ef the society
    distributing the volume >______________________ -----------
    rEMPLr*A6ATrJVT5HURJW------
    1025 NE Miami (aarttana Drtve
    North Miami Beach M7-1435
    Rabbi Simcha Freadman
    Cantor Ian AJpcrn Conaervatrva)
    Friday nkjM aaretoa kit am
    Sea. morn. aervjLjTJ sm
    SHAVUOT
    Sun_ Jose 7-Shavot ear. 6c90 pun.
    Mol June K^Shevnot aer. 8J0 ajn.
    Tues.. June Soavuot aer. *30 un
    aYatkorlOJOajn.
    ifMPLEBETH A3 Or. rtarbaxl
    5950 N. Kendall Dr. Baumgard
    S. Mlaml-667-6667 Senior Rabbi
    Stuart Q. WalnWalt. Associate
    Rabbi Morton Hoffman.
    Associate Rabbi
    Family worahap aer. FrL. 8:30 pjn.
    Confa-niaUan Creative Servioee
    Tarmh
    ..15
    I Hal,
    BETH OAVIO Mlamfs Htatorte
    Conservative Congregation
    Dr. Sol Landau. Rabbi
    Hazzan Wm. M. Llpaon
    CORAL WAY 2625 SW 3rd Aye
    Phone:854 3911 Dally Servicea
    Morning avening Coral Way:
    Main Sanctuary Sat morning 9
    am South Dade Chapel 7500S.W
    120 St. Late Shabbat aerv. FrL. 8
    pjTt
    I BETHkODESH
    Modem Traditional
    1101 S.W 12 Are
    Rabbi Max Shapiro 8S8-B334
    Cantor Laon Segal
    Rose Berlin Executive Secretary
    Dally Mlnyon tor Yahrtaiten
    Dairy 745 a m. It 7 p.m.
    Man, June rkShevuot eerv. 8:46 ajas.
    I Saturday eeoicea 8:45 a.m.
    Tuem, June iKShavuot earv. 8:45
    ajXL A Yehrant lOaJBL
    ynagoguej
    Listings
    raialsalialil ilia Tiiiaw
    7:52
    SIVAN _____________
    ------iHonnvK
    1701 WawNngton Ay.. MLB.
    Dr. Irving Leknnaa. Rabbi
    Zvi Adkr. Cantor
    Seboatk Servicee
    Kri Eve. end Sat. Mora.
    SHAVUOTH
    Moo. A Tuee.. Jane 8 A 9
    Eve. Serv. 6:30
    Mora-Serv ftOO
    Confirmation- Monday
    Dr
    Yiikor-Tueodoy
    LaarBaeji
    ,wgl
    TEMPLE ISRAE1. OF Qrcwbw Mtarni
    MatafTW PeOTaaMT RaWOaTTt CCal a^TtQaVttOTi
    1S7 NE 1tth St. Miami. 573-5900
    wag k. Kectdaii Or., fat>BKs
    Cantor Jacob Q. Bomatein
    AdmlnlatratorRay.norvd Chalt
    r'n_. 8 p.m. (irmduaUnn aerv.
    Shavuot and Ybkor aervimi will be
    hrid Moo. June 8,111
    TEMPLE JUDEA
    S600 Granada Bred. Reform
    Coral Gables 667 5657
    Michael B. Elaenatat. Rabbi
    Pri, June 5 8 pjn. Hebrew School
    (rradualion Sam, June 7. 7 JO p.m
    ( MrmonaJ Sorviora
    TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM
    Chaae Aw*. 6 41at St. 538-7231
    Or. Leon Kronish. Rabbi Liberal
    Cantor David Conelaar
    Fri eve, 815
    Sac. morn, 10:45
    ETMTORArl 947 7528
    CONQREQATION
    1061 N. Miami Beach Blvd.
    Or. Max A Lkjachltz. Rabbi
    Cantor Zvee Aronl
    rEMPLE MENORAH
    nOTBIti St.. Miami Beech 33141
    ^abbi Mayer Abramowitz
    Cantor Moeha Buryn
    Friday aervtcee at 8:15 p.m
    Saturday aarwoaa at 9 a.m.
    TEMPLE SINAI 18801 NE 22 Ava
    ?ftw*#S **V*ffw-W A
    FVL.
    war 5 Bat
    WutaniU. Sat.
    Bar Matavak ef
    SKAARE TEFsLLAH Ofj Kt94DALL
    a^aSW1MCa^aCourt#111
    Rabbi Warran KaazH
    | Sabbath aarvtcoa 9:30
    Oae Shabbat Soraal Hoar.
    RABBINICAL ASSOCIATION
    OF GREATER MIAMI
    4200 Biscayne Boulevard
    Miam.. Florida 33137
    Phone 5764000
    Rabbi Solomon Schitf
    Executrva Vice r^eaident
    Ralph P. Kingaley, nabbl"
    JoMan I. Cook. Aa -Hata Rabbi
    Irving Shulkaa. Can. jr
    Barbara S Ratnaay. Admntatrator
    Sabbath ftw aar4oaa 8:15 pjn.
    (7:30 pjn fkat Friday of month)
    Sabbath morning aarvtcoa 10:30
    B-nei Mfcsvak of lJebhar Balka. and
    TEMPLE ZION
    8000 MHser Dr.
    Of. Nocnvsn N.
    271-2811
    Rabbi
    Minyan Senrloea Mon 4 Thurs 7 a
    Sabbath Eva Sarvtoea b 15 p m
    Sabbath Services ftOO a m
    6, Bat
    IVbbir
    A
    SHAVrUOTSnt VICES
    8ajav-Taffe "A !,!., ft
    Jeaea M ssx Tapar
    U Rianaili iraam Kaassebr-
    oortcerhing Greater Miami
    nouaaa ot vvoransp
    ftaobrfirca/ AawOoMtton Offtoa
    Fail rasorsiratton-aattgious Schools i
    ^'^waCTatfcsr '
    HEBREW CONGREGATIONS
    lit t Flagtar SC. MUmi, f-aB. 33131
    37^4663. Rabbi Lawteh L
    Obetibjr, Union of
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    Friday..Jun.;,
    Public Notice
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
    FOR
    DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
    PRORATE DIVISION
    Fit* Nell -4777
    Divisional
    IN RE ESTATE OF
    GEORGE MOSLEY
    IV erased
    NOTICE OF
    ADMINISTRATION
    The administration of the
    esUte of GEORGE MOSLEY.
    deceased. File Number 81-4727.
    Is pending In the Circuit Court
    for DADE County. Florida.
    Probate Division, the address
    of which Is 73 West Flagler
    Street. Miami. Florida. 33130
    Th.- names and addresses of
    the personal representative's
    attorney are set forth below-
    All interested persons are re
    5ulred to file with this court.
    ilTHIN THREE MONTHS OF
    THE FIRST PUBLICATION
    OT THIS NOTICE ill all
    claims against the estate and
    i2i any objection by an Inter
    ested person lo whom notice
    was mailed that challenges the
    validity of the will, the quallfl
    (.ilmns of the personal repre-
    sentative, venue, or Jurtsdlr
    llcwi of the court
    ALL CLAIMS AND OBJEC
    THINS NOT SO FILED WIIJ.
    BE K< IHKVER BARRED
    Personal Representative
    \NNIK MOSLEY
    5S0 Jann Avenue
    OpalxMka. Florida
    Attorney for Personal
    Representative
    HOWARDN GALBIT. ESO,.
    GALBCT. GAI-RIT*
    MKNIN. P A .
    MB Washington Avenue
    Miami Beach. Fla 33139
    Telephone I30R i 872-3100
    0994:: JuneS. 12. 1981
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
    THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
    CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
    FAMILY DIVISION
    Case No II 7740 FC
    NOTICE OF ACTION
    IN KE The Adoption of
    A minor child
    By JO DEAN NASON
    and
    THOMAS NASON.
    Petitioners
    TO MIKESARKES1AN
    1431 Hutin Drive
    Gainesville.
    Georgia
    YoU ARE HEREBY NOTI
    FIKH that the above-named
    Petitioners. JO DEAN NASON
    and JOHN THOMAS NASON.
    have filed a Petition In the
    above-styled Court for the
    adoption of the minor child
    named In that Petition and you
    are commanded to mtrvt a
    copv of your written defenses,
    if any. on ALAN SCHNEIDER
    P A Petitioners Attorney,
    whose address Is 2730 West
    Flagler Street. Miami. Florida
    33135 on or before June IS. 1081
    and file the original with the
    Clerk 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 the
    Petition.
    WITNESS my hand and the
    seal of the Court at Miami.
    Dade County, Florida this II
    day of May. 1991
    08873 May 22. 21;
    __________________JunoO. 12. Hal
    IN THE CIRCUIT CCURT0F
    THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
    CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
    FAMILY DIVISION
    Case No.ll 4142
    IN RE The Marriage Of
    ANDREW HOLDEN.
    Petitioner Husband,
    and
    St SAN HOLDEN,
    Respondent Wife
    TO Mrs. Susan HoMen
    37 Rochelle Pal*
    Tonawanda. NY 14130
    NOTICE OF
    PUBLICATION
    YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI
    FIED thai a Petition For Dis-
    solution Of Maniac* has been
    filed against you and you are
    required to serve a copy of your
    Answer of Pleading to said pe-
    tition on petitioner's attorney.
    GEORGE T. RAMAMI. ESQ..
    Suite 711. Blscayne Building. II
    West Flagler Street. Miami.
    Florida 33130 and file the Orlgl
    rial Answer or Pleading In the
    Office of the Circuit Court
    Clerk, on or before II day of
    June. 1981 If you fall lo 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, 1M1
    RICHARD P BRINKER
    Circuit Court Clerk
    Dade County. Florida
    By K. Selfrled
    Deputy Clark
    May 22 J*.
    June0. 12. J"
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE 18 HEREBY
    OIVKN 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 3313S Intends to register
    said name with the Clerk of the
    Circuit Court of Dade County.
    Florida
    Samuel R Haaatd. Owner
    Arnold I Jeberman. Eaq
    Attorney for Applicant
    owoi May*;1
    JuneB. 12. II. 1M1
    AFFIDAVIT
    UNDER FICTITIOUS
    NAME STATUTE
    STATE OF FLORIOA
    COUNTY OFDADE
    The undersigned, under oath,
    says. It la the Intention of the
    undersigned to engage In a
    business enterprise under the
    fictitious name of ROBERT
    VOLSK1 AND ASSOCIATTQ
    LOCATED AT IK* Venera
    Avenue, in the city of Coral
    Gablea. Dade County. Florida.
    Those interested In said
    enterprise and the extent of
    the interest of each, la aa
    follows Robert Volskl
    100 percent Interest
    1544 Vanera Ave .
    Coral Oablea. Fla
    May 23.21.
    JuneB. 12. 1981
    NOTICE OF ACTION
    CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
    (NO PROPERTY)
    INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOF
    THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
    CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
    ANO FOR DADE COUNTY
    Civil Action
    No. 11-7*31 FC
    ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
    OF MARRIAGE
    IN RE The Marriage of
    LOUIS HI'NCH.
    Petitioner,
    and
    MYRTICE ROSE BUNCH
    Respondent
    TO MYRTICE ROSE BL'NCH
    Residence I'nknown
    YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI
    E1ED that an action for Disso-
    lution of Marriage has beer
    filed against you and you art
    required to serve a copy of youi
    written defenses, if any. to It or
    LAWRENCE M SHOOT.
    ESQ attorney for Petitioner,
    whose address la 3000 Blscayne
    Boulevard. Suite 315, Miami.
    Florida, and file the original
    with the clerk of the above
    styled court on or before June
    26. 1981. otherwise a default
    will be entered against you for
    the relief demanded in the
    complaint or petit ion
    This notice shall be published
    once each week for four con-
    serulive weeks in THE lEVi
    ISH FLORIDIAN
    WITNESS my hand and the
    t 9aM ourt al Miami.
    Florida on this 21 day of May.
    IBB]
    RICHARD P BRINKER
    \-1 l.rk Qn uit Court
    Dade County. Florida
    \ Hcwett
    As Deputy Clerk
    ("im HI 1 'our! Seai
    LAWRENCE M BHOOT
    ESQ.
    090 Bsscayno Blvd
    >Ulte 315
    Miami. Florida 33137
    Telephone (305.373 5010
    \ttorn.v lor Petitioner
    WXM May 29.
    JuneS. 12. 19. 1981.
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF f
    THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL f
    CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
    FAMILY DIVISION
    CaieNoll I42J FC
    NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    IN RE The Marriage Of
    MARIO ENRIQfE
    ZALDIVAR.
    Petitioner Husband
    and
    LAl'RA M ZALDIVAR.
    Respondent Wife
    TO LAl'RA M ZALDIVAR
    Residence I'nknown
    YOU ARE HEREBY notified
    that a Petition for Dissolution
    of Marriage has been filed
    against you and you are hereby
    required to serve a copy of your
    answer or other pleading to the
    Petition on the Petitioner's
    Attorney. LESTER ROGERS,
    whose address Is 1454 N.W 17
    Avenue. Miami. Florida 33128.
    and file the original with the
    Clerk of the above styled Court '
    on or before this 8 day of July.
    1981. or a Default will be en-
    tered against you
    DATED this 1 day of June
    1981
    RICHARD P BRINKER
    Clerk of the Circuit Court ,
    By L C Bedaaae
    09911 JuneS. 12. 19. 38. 1981|
    INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOF
    THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
    CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
    CaieNoll 3011 FC 24
    FAMILY DIVISION
    IN RE The Marriage Of
    MIKE VASQUEZTELL.
    Petitioner
    and
    MARILYN RUTH
    VASQUEZTELL.
    Respondent
    NOTICE OF ACTION
    TO MARILYN RUTH
    VASQUEZTELL
    UNKNOWN
    YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
    in action for dissolution of
    snarrlage has been filed
    8alnst you and you are re
    Ired to serve a copy of your
    written defenses. If any. on
    BERNARD J LEVY. ESQ .
    Attorney for Petitioner. Suite
    1015 133 N E 187 St N M B |
    Fl 33182 on or before June 38.
    1981, and file the original with'
    the clerk of this court, other-1
    wise a default will be entered
    against you.
    Dated May 22.1981
    RICHARD P BRINKER
    Clerk
    by K Selfrled
    As Deputy Clerk
    May 29.1
    JuneB, 12. II. 19811
    NOTICE OF ACTION
    CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
    (NO PROPERTY!
    INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOF
    THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
    CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
    AND FOR DADE COUNTY
    Civil Action No 11 7105 FC
    FAMILY DIVISION
    NOTICE FOR DISSOLUTION
    OFMARRIAOE
    IN RE The Marriage Of
    ARMANDO MONTES.
    Petitioner
    and
    IMII.SE MONTES.A K A
    IM1LSE CALZADILLA.
    Respondent
    TO IMILSE MONTES.
    A-K-A
    IMILSE CALZADILLA
    ABALO No. 4
    e-Sanalete y Eusebio
    Alvares
    Cruces, Villa Clara.
    Cuba
    YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI
    FIED that a Petition for Dlsso
    lutlon of your Marriage has
    been filed and commenced In
    this Court and you are required
    to serve a copy of your written
    defense*. If any. to It. on
    CARLOS M MENDEZ. Esq .
    Attorney for Petitioner whose
    address Is 2986 W 4th Avenue
    HIALEAH. Florida 33012. and
    file the original with the Clerk
    of the styled Court on or before
    June 12. 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, for four con-
    secutive weeks in THE JEW
    ISH FLORIDIAN. MIAMI
    BEACH.
    WITNESS my hand and the
    seal of said Court at Miami.
    Florida, on this 7 day of May.
    1981
    RICHARD P BRINKE
    As Clerk. Circuit Court
    Dade County. Florida
    By C P Cope land
    As Deputy Clerk
    'ARM >S M MENDEZ. Esq .
    2983 W 4th Avenue
    HIALEAH. Florida 33012
    Attorney for
    Petitioner
    09K52 May 15. 22. 29.
    Jurat ft IBB',
    NOTICE OF ACTION
    CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
    (NO PROPERTY)
    INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOF
    THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
    CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
    AND FOR DADE COUNTY
    (FAMILY DIVISION)
    Civil Action
    No II 7*17 FC
    ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
    OFMARRIAOE
    \ HE The Marriage 1 )(
    MENTIN \ PEREZ
    Wile
    and
    MAM El. FELIPE PEN A
    PEREZ
    Husband
    TO MAN1 El.FELIPE PEN A
    PEREZ
    Anuguo Hotel Del Rio.
    Avenida I-as Americas
    Al ladoServicenlroEsso
    Puerto Ordaz. Venezuela
    YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI
    FIED that an action for Dlsso
    lutlon 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 I. CARR1CARTE.
    P A attorney for Petitioner,
    whose address Is 2491 N.W 7th
    Street. Miami. Florida 33135.
    and file the original with the
    clerk of the above styled court
    on or before June 30. 1981.
    otherwise a default will be
    entered against jsEB for the
    relief demanded In the com
    plaint or petition
    This notice shall be published
    once each week for four con-
    secutive weeks In THE JEW
    ISH FLORIDIAN
    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 Claiinda Brown
    As Deputy Clerk
    'Cm uit Court Seal >
    AIJ4ERT I. CARRICARTE.
    PA j
    2491 N.W 7th Street
    Miami. Florida 33125
    Telephone 1 305)849 7917
    Attorney for Petitioner
    09897 May 29.,
    JuneS. 12. 19. 1981
    INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOF
    THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
    CIRCUITIN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
    FAMILY DIVISION
    Case No II 7 304 FC
    In re the marriage of
    TERRILLL JACKSON
    Pe 111lone r Husband
    va
    ADAW JACKSON
    Respondent Wife
    To ADAW JACKSON
    44 Beunont St.
    Englewood. N J 07031
    NOTICE OF ACTION
    YOl ADA W JACKSON 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 Petitioner's Attorney '
    DANIEL GALLUP. 23SB j
    Salzedo Street. Coral Gables. !
    Florida. 33134. on or before
    June 12. 1981 else Petition will
    be taken as confessed
    This 12 day of May. 1981
    RICHARD P BRINKER
    Clerk Circuit Court
    By C P Copeland
    Deputy Clerk
    '**" May IS. 22.29.
    iinna^im
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY 1
    GIVEN that the undersigned
    desiring to engage In business ,
    under the fictitious names of 11
    Florida Services 21 Adventures
    al 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 Si
    Coral Gables. Florida 33134
    Attorney for
    Executive Services
    of Miami In.
    09843 May 15. 22 29
    JuneS. 1981
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
    THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
    CIRCUITIN ANDFOR
    DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
    Cat* No.lt 7*71 FC
    FAMILY DIVISION
    IN RE The Adoption of
    two minor children
    by
    HECTOR ALVAREZ
    Petitioner
    NOTICE OF ACTION
    TO RICHARD CUE ST A
    and
    CHRISTOPHER RIVAS
    Residence Unknown
    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. ESQ attorney for
    Petitioner, whose address la
    033 N E 107 St N MB FL
    33102. on or before June 19. 1981
    and file the original with the
    clerk of this court.
    Dated May 18. 1981
    RICHARD P BRINKER
    By AD Wad*
    As Deputy Clerk
    098M May 23. 39.
    JuneB. 13. 1981
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
    THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
    CIRCUITIN ANOFOR
    DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
    Cas* No.01-0307 FC
    FAMILY DIVISION
    IN RE The Marriage Of
    LIU .1 AN ROLLE
    Petitioner
    and
    JOSEPH ROLIJ5
    Respondent
    NOTICE OF ACTION
    TO JOSEPH ROLLE
    Residence Unknown
    YOU ARE NOTIFIED that1
    an action for dissolution of1
    marriage has been filed
    against you and you are r*-i
    quired to serve a copy of your
    written defenses. If any. on B
    J LEVY. ESQ. Attorney tor
    Petitioner. 033 N E 107 St .
    N M B Fl 33102 on or before
    July 0. 1981 and file the
    original with the clerk of this
    court, otherwise a default will
    be entered against you
    Dated: May 29. 1901
    RICHARD P BRINKER
    Clerk
    by M J Hartnett
    Aa Deputy Clerk
    00922 JuneB, 12, 19. 20. 1901.
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
    THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
    CIRCUIT IN ANO FOR
    OADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
    CaieNoll 7*4* FC
    FAMILY DIVISION
    NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    SUIT FOR DISSOLUTION
    OFMARRIAOE
    IN RE The Marriage Of:
    GUSTAVO GONZALEZ.
    Petitioner.
    and
    OFEL1A GONZALEZ.
    Respondent
    TO: OFELIA GONZALEZ
    ( Residence Is
    unknown)
    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 tor Petitioner 310B
    West 4th Avenue, Hlaleah
    Florida, on or before the 19 day
    of June, 1981. els* Default shall
    be taken against you.
    DATED this 14 day of Mar.
    1901
    RICHARD P BRINKER
    Clerk, Circuit
    By A D Wade. DC.
    DANIEL M KEIL. ESQ.
    ATTORNEY FOR
    PETITIONER
    SIM WEST 4TH AVE.
    HIALEAH. FLORIDA 13012
    Telephone: 13061 883*000
    < May 22 21
    JuneS. 12 1981
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IB HEREBY
    GIVEN that the undersigned,
    desiring to engage In business
    under the fictitious name of
    WELCH PROPERTIES at
    number 8095 N W B3nd 8treet.
    in the City of Miami. Florida
    33142 intends to register the
    aid name with the Clerk of the
    Circuit Court of Dad* County.
    Florida
    Dated at Miami. Florida, this
    15 day of May. 1981
    BLANCHE WELCH
    GENEITHA WELCH THOMAS
    Attorney tor Applicant
    ARTHUR D. FRI8HMAN.
    407 Lincoln Road.
    Suite 13A
    Miami Beach. Florida Mill
    Telephone (MO I 072 0T24
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
    THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
    CIRCUITIN ANDFOR
    DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
    FAMILY DIVISION
    CateNo.ll 722* FC
    NOTICE OF ACTION
    IN RE The MarrlageOf
    NORA JUL1AO DE JIMENO.
    Petitioner Wife
    va.
    JAIRO JIMENO BERN AL.
    Respondent Husband
    TO: JAIRO JIMENO BERNAL
    Carrara 80 No. 74- ISO
    BarranquUla. Colombia
    YOU JAIRO JIMENO
    BERNAL are hereby notified
    to files your answer to this Peti-
    tion tor Dissolution of Marriage
    with the Clerk of the Court and
    mall a copy to Petitioners
    Attorney DANIEL GALLUP.
    2150 Salzedo Street. Coral
    Gables. Florida. 31134. on or
    before Jun* 13. 1981 ate* P*U-
    tlon will be taken as confessed
    This U day of May. 1981
    RICHARD P BRINKER
    Clerk Circuit Court
    By M J Hartnett
    Deputy Clerk
    May IB. 33. 29.
    June B. 1981
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
    THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
    CIRCUIT OF FLORIOA. IN
    ANO FOR DADE COUNTY
    Civil Action
    No II 7*47 FC
    FAMILY Ol VISION
    ACTION FOR
    DISSOLUTION
    OFMARRIAOE
    IN RE The MarrlageOf
    TYRONE WILLIAMS.
    Husband,
    and
    CAROLYN ANN
    WILLIAMS.
    Wife
    TO CAROLYN ANN-
    WILLIAMS
    913 North Blair St
    Jackson.
    Mississippi
    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 copy of your
    w ritten defenses. If any. to It on
    ARTHUR H LII-SON attorney
    for Petitioner, whose address Is
    IBIS N W 107 Street. Miami.
    Florida, 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
    th* relief demanded in the
    complaint or petltloi,
    WITNESS my hand and the
    seal of said court at Miami.
    Florida on this 18th day of May
    1981
    RICHARD P BRINKER
    As Clerk. Circuit Court
    Dade County. Florida
    By A D Wade
    Aa Deputy Clerk
    May 23. 39.
    __________________JuneB. 13. 1901
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    notice is HEREBY
    GIVEN that the undersigned,
    desiring to engage in business
    under the fictitious name Mor
    MM Habif. Trustee d b a Char
    'ton Apartments al 14000 N E
    8th Avenue. North Miami Fl.
    intends lo register said name
    with the Clerk of the Circuit
    Court of Dade County. Florida
    Moreno Hablf. Trustee
    '; mile rmi 1 So si, hin Esq
    Attorney for
    Moreno Hablf. Trustee
    09940 June 5 12. 19. 20. 1981
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
    THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
    CIRCUIT INANDFOR
    DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
    Cat* No II M40FC 21
    FAMILY DIVISION
    IN RE TheMarnageOf
    MARIAROHl.ES
    Petitioner,
    and
    GERMAN L ROBLES.
    Respondent.
    NOTICE OF ACTION
    TO GERMAN!. ROBLES
    Residence unknown
    YOl' 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 033
    N E 107 SI.. N MB. Fl 33102
    on or before June 12. 1901. and
    file the original with the clerk
    of this court, otherwise a
    default will be entered against
    you
    Dated May 8. 1981
    RICHARD P BRINKER
    Clerk
    by K Selfrled
    As Deputy Clerk
    * May 18. 22.29.
    ______________________June B. 1901
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY
    GIVEN that the undersigned,
    desiring to engage In business
    under the fictitious name
    Jomax Properties, a Florida
    ieneral partnership, at 7800
    W 87 Avenue. South Miami.
    Florida 33143 Intends to
    register amid name with the
    Clerk of the Circuit Court of
    Dade County. Florida
    Max Fetal Saf rin
    JoaueLerner
    Joaquln Ha me I
    Marts Bamet
    Melvln F Frankel. Eaq.
    Attorney for Applicant
    00943 JuneS 12. 18. 38. 1981
    'STINT
    FAMILY DIVISION0*
    Cat* No.ll.77*| FC
    NOTICE BY
    ,_ PUBLICATION
    IN RE The Marriage ",(
    ST LOUIS AUGUSTINE
    Husband-petitioner
    va
    GUUJJJRMINA AJ'ONTE
    ALVAREZ AUGUSTINE
    Wife-Respondent
    TO: OUILLERMINA APOVl
    ALVAREZAt'Cji-STJfJ;
    Covadonea.
    Building No 13
    Apt. No 304
    TruJUlo Alto.
    Puerto Rico 00700
    You are Hereby Notified thad
    a PeUtton for Dissolution is!
    your Marriage hat been filed]
    and you are herebv required I
    eerve a copy of your Amwert
    the Husbands Attorney!
    DONALD F FROST KSQ
    S W Oth Street Miami Elorld
    33130. and file the ordinal wm
    the Office of the Circuit Court
    on or before the leth day
    June. 1981. or the allegation
    will be taken as confensrtl
    against you. and a I>efault wllll
    be entered
    Dated at Miami Dad* County
    Florida this llth .lav of \fv
    1M1
    RICHARD P BRINKER
    Circuit Court Clerk
    By A D Wart.
    As Deputy Clerk
    Maya 21
    June ) :. #..
    NOTICE OF ACTION
    CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
    (NO PROPERTY!
    INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOF
    THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
    CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN
    AND FOR DADE COUNTY
    Civil Action
    No II 7*24 FC
    FAMILY DIVISION
    ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
    OF MARRIAGE
    in RE Th) Man
    li 6E Mi INTES [IE OCA
    .iii.l
    NILDES08A MON
    DECK" A
    I"' nii.uk SOSA MONTY -
    (ME OCA
    L Lulu. Mai nil
    l utn.ui.iv ..*;'* Las >
    Ctll
    \' >i IRE HEREBY
    1 iki 1 thai an
    lUtkBi of Matt.
    filed .
    nequll'
    v* ritten defenai -
    RALPH II \ 01
    lomej lot Petil alvuse
    .v..
    Miami Fla 3319
    oriKinul v.ill: UV
    Ayted court
    Jun* m. im
    default vuli I.. enler.
    you lor the rrln :
    the < umpUint or pet 11
    This notice shall b>-1-
    once each werk lot
    secutlve weeks In Till- FER
    ISH FLORIDIAN
    v> itness mi nan
    000)1 of said court ..t MMHU
    Florida on this Hot (as) : X,J1
    19X1
    RICHARD P BRINKER
    AsClerk Or. nil 'ourt
    Dade Count) F
    By A I) W.ol.
    As Deputy Clerk
    owui May
    JuneS 15 11 11
    vuur
    NOTICE OF ACTION
    CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
    (NO PROPERTY)
    INTHE CIRCUIT COURT 01
    THE ELEVENTH JU0ICIA1
    CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN
    AND FOR DADE COUNTY
    Civil Action
    No. II 0000 FC
    GENERAL JURISDICTION
    DIVISION
    NOTICE FOR DISSOLUTION
    OFMARRIAOE
    IN RE The Marriage oi
    *ERGIO ALVAREZ
    I'rtltioiM-r
    and
    MARIA ELENA RODIRUI EZ
    ALVAREZ
    Respondent
    Yot ARK HEREBY N'T!
    r IKI' that a peUtion r
    lutlon of your Man.
    been filed and commrm ed in
    this court and you are required
    to serve a copy of your ntlen
    defense*. If any to it >'"
    GUSTAVO GARCIA MON
    ESQUIRE, attorney for ivti
    tloner. whose a.lilt.
    S W 1st Street. Bull*
    Miami. Florida. 33130. and (IN
    the original with the etert "'
    the above styled court
    before June 30, 1981, OthCI
    a default will be entered
    against you for the relief
    prayed for In the complaint or
    petition
    This notice shall be published
    once each week for four eon
    aecutlve weeks In THE JEW
    ISH M.oKII'l \N
    WITNESS my hand an.l the
    seal of said court at Miami
    Florida on this B dav til May
    I0S1
    RICHARD P BRINKER
    AsClerk. Circuit Court
    Dade County. Florida
    By M J Hamett
    As Deputy Clerk
    I Circuit Court Seal 1
    Gustavo Garcia Monies. Esq
    I IMS W. l*4 3t .
    Suite 317
    Miami. Florida 38130
    Attorney (or Petitioner
    OfMBO Mav V
    Jun.0ii2Ji.rtSl


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    AOr Or. uit Court
    Dane County Florida
    B)C I- dpeland
    HDaButyGterfe
    May IS. 23. St.
    J.m-a li
    NOTICE UNDER
    I NCTITIOUS NAME LAW
    STj^: IS HEREBY
    ' ">*' undemgned,
    .."*"* m buatneae
    '<* fictitious name Five
    a Hotel ,t oo q^^
    .Miami Beach, Florida
    a.V*,rt*r MM name
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    yIru,R^|tyCorp
    'r^^'TporaUor, "
    8> Robert Markel.
    Preaident
    __Jur 5 12. i>, ^ Itai
    |toSrTi0os"AMELAW
    K"^ IS HEREBY
    at the underMgned.
    .iH."1***' ln ouataeaa
    * firtltioua name
    j rransfer and Star
    I"""' Beach Fl Intend.
    kct*' "TC" court of
    Qunty ,-lor1(U
    ^* Storage. Inc
    B John Retvlao.
    President
    Junes 12. 19. 38. IMt
    |K!T.IOus n*me law
    " B HEREBY GIVES
    J" wo>r.gnd. desiring
    JJ^ in bu.lr, und., ,,.
    * "*"" Norton
    't al 8M It Alton
    ""Am. Eroaeh. Florida
    ""jjdeCouniy. Flortda
    X^y.lur '"'
    If. '' ^ricdMAkn
    ^Ach Kla.
    Mar S3. St.
    Jun*. IM1
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
    THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
    CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
    FAMILY DIVISION
    Case No |l 7*45 FC
    NOTICE OF
    PUBLICATION
    IN RK The Marriage Of
    JOSKCMM HASSETT.
    Husband
    and
    KATHI.KKN M HASSETT
    Wife
    TO Mr JoaephM
    Haaaett
    1S4 Coombe Lane
    Raynea Park.
    Ixindon 300BA
    Inlted Kingdom
    of Great BrtUIn
    YOl" ARE HEREBY NOT!
    FIED that a Petition for Dlaao
    lutlon of Marriage hai been
    filed agalnat you and you are
    required to aerve a ropy of your
    Aniwrr or Pleading to laid pe
    tltion on petitioner attorney.
    FREHERICKM HEIMHERG
    BM) 3*6 CaUlonla Avenue
    Coral Gablea Florida 13134 and
    file the ilrtglnal Anawer or
    Pleading in the Office of the
    Clrrutt <"ourt (lerfc. on or
    before the 24 day of June IBM
    If you fall to do ao. judgment by
    default will be taken agalnat
    you for the relief demanded In
    aald petition
    DON! ND ORDERED at
    Miami I lade Counts ( londa
    thllda M
    H UlIU' BRINKER
    Clerk Cln lilt Court
    Pade County Florida
    H\ K BoUTUd
    I>e|
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    ___________________June :. .. *:
    NOTICE UNDER -
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    HEREBY
    <;i\ i n u


    Eaq
    Mag irrr
    and \mn. a Alvmrei
    ort\ RODRICI EZ A

    CAR1XM v RODRIGI EZ
    y mi
    Miami FlorlcjaSSlAi
    Ml mey I I \ i; i ant
    OtTtl JuneS. 12 tl.2 11
    NOTICE OF ACTION
    CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
    (NO PROPERTY)
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
    THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
    CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
    AND FOR DADE COUNTY
    Civil Action NO IHIJl'FC
    FAMILY DIVISION
    ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
    OF MARRIAGE
    IS RE THE MARRIAGEOT
    EIHTH MARIE (TK
    Wife
    .IMll
    Ml.il K.l AJ
    Huaband
    TO MIGI EI.CI EVAS
    Realdence Addrei*
    t nkiuwn
    YOl UUC HEREBY NO
    TOTED that an action for
    Involution of Marriage haa
    been filed agalnat you and you
    are required to serve a copy u<
    your written defenaea. If any tu
    It on A1JIERT L CARRI
    CART*:. P A attorney for
    Petitioner, whose address la
    S4l N W T Street. Miami
    Florida, and file the original
    wilh the clerk of the above
    at)led court on or before June
    12. 1M1. otherwise a default
    ill be entered againt you for
    the relief demanded In the
    complaint or petition
    Thla notice shall be publlahed
    once each week for four con
    secutlve week! in THE JEW
    ISHFLORIDIAN
    WITNESS my hand and the
    seal of aald court at Miami.
    Florida on tills 8 day of Ma>
    RICHARD P BRINKER
    AaClerk. Circuit Court
    DadeCounty. Florida
    By K Selfrted
    As Deputy Oerk
    i Circuit Court Seal l
    ALBERT I. CARRICARTE
    P A
    2491 N W 7 Street
    Miami. Florida 13124
    lSMl4tTS17
    Attorney for Petitioner
    gajll May 15. 22. Si.
    June 5. 1M1
    NOTICE UNDfce.
    FICTITIOUS NAM*. LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY
    GIVEN that the undersigned
    desiring to engage in buslnesa
    under the fictitious names of 1 >
    Executive S) Vacation Times
    at P O Boa f10Tt Miami.
    Florida SS172 Intends to
    register said names with the
    Clerk of the Circuit Court of
    Dade County. Flortda
    Executive Services
    of Miami Inc
    a Florida < 'orporaUon
    Bruce M. BoUo. Eaq .
    son Satsedo St
    Coral Gables. Flortda S3134
    Attorney for
    Executive Barvloss
    of Miami. In< .
    a Flortda Corp
    May IS S 2*
    JuneS. 1 Mi
    ' INTHECIRCUITCOURT
    FOR
    DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
    PROBATE DIVISION
    File No II 1H'
    Division 01
    IN RE ESTATE OK
    FR INCES V \\ \l.l.ace
    i i.-i .
    NOTICE OF
    XI'MINISTRATION
    I" M.I. PERSONS HAVING
    CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
    iGAINST THE iBOVI
    TK vni ALL OTHER
    PERSONS INTERESTED IS
    THE ESTATE
    YOU ARK HEREBY NOTI-
    FIED that the administration
    of the .-stale oi PRANCES V
    W u.i.vce deceased Kile
    Numbei U Sim?. ia pending In
    the Circuit Court for Pade
    Count} Florida. Probate
    Division N Fltgtor Bt Miami.
    Florida The personal repre
    '.line ol the estate Is SOI.
    SCHWARZ h"e address Is
    S Mth St Miami.
    Florida The name and address
    of the personal representa-
    llve > attorney are set forth
    be loa
    persona having > uima or
    mda against the estate are
    WITHIN THREE
    Mi >N 111- FROM THE DATE
    IrlE FIRST PI Ml
    NOnCI file
    with the lerh "f U

    .
    itive
    the
    .
    idnri haa
    , .red
    MONTHS
    M n DATE "I- nil
    PI RLICATION "(
    NGTICE to file an) o*
    have tiiat
    . .!i lit> ol the
    Mill. the quail
    lnation.- o( the pononau re
    ntAUl e ur th*1 venue or
    jun- the i "iirt
    Ml <-i \:ms DEM \niis
    VNI' OBJECTIONS NOT SO
    |i WIIX BE FOREVER
    ii m:i:kii
    Dale "i the first publication
    .if Admimstra
    \t i m
    II SCHW UI2
    is Pel aonal Ri pn wntal
    oi the Bate
    f R INCES V WALI aCI
    I ei imm'iI
    ATTORNEY EOR PERSONAL
    REPRESENTATIVE
    MILTON C Ql ODMAN
    PlagterStrael
    Miami Elonda33130
    I. I. phone ,mSi37 1HSS
    u*hb; Maya.
    JuneS 10A1
    AFFIDAVIT
    UNDER FICTITIOUS
    NAME STATUTE
    STATE OF FLORIOA
    COUNTY OF DADE (Ml:
    The underalgned. under oath.
    aaya It li the Intention of the
    undersigned to engage In a
    business enterprise under the
    in titioua name of J J ACCUR-
    SIO A COMPANY. INC.
    located at SOtOO South Federal
    Highway Homestead. Florida
    3S0BO. in the City of Homestead.
    Dade County. Florida
    Those Interested in said en
    lerpnse. and the extent of the
    interest of each. Is as follows
    ACCURSIO REALTY. INC..
    a Florida Corp
    By JameaJ Accurslo
    Vice President
    30600 South Federal
    Highway
    Homestead. Florida 33030
    Interest 100 percent
    sworn to and subscribed to
    before me. at Miami. Florida,
    thla S4th day of April. 1*81
    Ml.heir S liaum
    Notary Public.
    State of Florida
    at Large
    My Commlaelon Expirea
    Ht 10. IMS
    OWM Msy22. a.
    JuneS. 12 1981
    I INTHECIRCUITCOURT
    FOR
    DA0E COUNTY, FLORIDA
    PROBATE DIVISION
    File Noll 41S*
    Division 01
    IN RE ESTATE OF
    E1.KREDA KKTCHEL
    I l|'( e.l -...(I
    NOTICE oK
    \l MINISTRATION
    Tile .ulriiinistratiion of the
    state ul Elfreda Ketchel.
    dei aaaed F1I Number hi 415.
    la ( ruling In the Circuit Court
    for Dade County. Florida.
    Pnib.it. Dlvlaton. the address
    of whii h la Dade CountJI Court
    house 7S West Flagler Street.
    Miami, Kl. 33130 The names
    and addresses of the personal
    representative and the per
    sonal representatlN'e's attorney
    , are s't forth below
    All interested persons are re
    quired to file with this court
    ' WITHIN THREE MONTHS OK
    THE FIRST PC RLICATION
    ok THIS NOTICE up all
    i lainis against the estate and
    my objection by an Inter
    .sled person to whom notice
    a~ mailed that challenges the
    validity ol the will, the quallfl
    rations of the personal repre
    tentative venue, or junadlc
    ' I he COUrl
    m.i. claims AND OB
    lECTIONS not SO FILED
    WILL HE FOREVER
    BARRED
    Pul thla Notice has
    1HM
    Repn
    m.\n COTZIN
    irt
    sonal
    alive
    SPARBER SHE\ IN ROSEN
    I.BRONNER P \
    .' I eaal
    I'hir
    I
    :mi
    May .'
    I la:
    AFFIDAVIT
    UNDER FICTITIOUS
    NAME STATUTE
    STATE OF FLORIOA
    COUNTY OF DAOE
    The undersigned, under oath,
    aaya; It la the intention of the
    undersigned to engage In a
    huslaeaa enterprise under the
    fictitiouaname of CLINIC FOR
    ;astr01NT>:stinai. dis-
    eases located at 039 Lin. ."la
    Road MaUJa the city of Miami
    rteas-h.rJtajJjeCo.Hit> Florida j
    Tnothrintareated in aald '"-*
    vrprtejud the extent of th*.
    inters alee each is aa followa
    Dr Stuart Gottlieb
    lOtpercent interest
    3t linooln Road
    Miami Beach Fl 33139
    oaato MayB .
    JuneS. 12. 1M1
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
    THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
    CIRCUIT INANDFOR
    DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
    FAMILY DIVISION
    Case No II-1075" FC
    NOTICE OF SUIT ACTION
    FOR DISSOLUTION
    OF MARRIAGE
    in RE Til. MarrlAgi
    :> iPHNE l.oi ISE I" nn
    Petitioner \S ife
    nil
    \ ICTOR DUNN
    pondenl HuabtJad
    TO \ l< lor Duiui
    ewdney Road
    Kingaton n. Jamah a
    YOl M'.E HEREBY NOT!
    FIED th.it .ui action for Disso
    lutlon oi Marriage has been
    filed agalnat you, and you are
    i equlri i to Ml 11 I opy of your
    written defenaea it any. to it.
    on H LAWRENCE ASHER
    Vttoniey lor Petitiom-r whose
    uMreM i- !''.". 1 North East
    ISUl Avenut. North Miami
    Beai h Honda BIBS, and file
    the original ith the Clerk of
    the above styled Court on or
    I-lore Line .'H 19M. otherwise
    a Judgment may be entered
    againa you for relief demand-
    ed in the Petition
    THIS NOTICE shall be pub
    ii.sh.-d once each week for four
    III consecutive weeks in the
    Jewish Flortdlan. 120 North
    east Sixth Street. Miami.
    Florida
    WITNESS MY HAND AND
    SEAL OF SAID COURT AT
    MIAMI. FLORIDA on this May
    26. 1081.
    RICHARD P BRINKER
    Clerk, Circuit Court
    By A D Wade
    As Deputy Clerk
    H LAWRENCE ASHER
    Attorney lor Petitioner
    18211 North East 12th Ave .
    North Miami Beach. Fla 33its
    Telephone (SOS) 949 3657
    09907 Maya.
    JuneS 12. 19. 1M1 -
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
    THE ELEVCNTH JUDICIAL
    CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
    GENERAL JURISDICTION
    DIVISION
    CaieNo li MtlFC
    IN RE THE MARRIAGE OF
    DARRELL MARTIN
    IV t it lone r Huaband
    and
    VERAD MARTIN
    Respondent Wife
    TO MRS VERAD MARTIN
    PO Box Sit
    Ocho Rloa Poat Office
    St Ann. Jamalcai. W I
    NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
    YOU ARE HEREBY NO-
    TIFIED that a Petition For
    Dissolution Of Marriage haa
    been filed agalnat you and you
    are required to serve a copy of
    your Answer or Pleading to
    said petition on petitioner's
    attorney GEORGE T
    RAMAN I ESy Suite Til.
    His. awn Hullding 19 West
    Flagler Street. Miami. Florida
    33ISO and file the Original
    Answer or Pleading In the
    Office of the Circuit Court
    Clerk on or before 12 day of
    ' June. 19*1 If you fall to da ao.
    -judgment by default will be
    'taken against you lor the relief
    f demanded in aald petition
    ! BONK oh ORDERED al
    tafami Dade County FlortBA.
    Uneftdav of May 1M1
    RICHARD P HR1SKER
    Cm uit Court Clerk
    Dade County. Florida
    By PaulF McCarthy
    Deputy Clerk
    mm May IS. B.St.
    JuneS 1M1
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
    FOR
    DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
    PROBATE DIVISION
    File No II 4457
    Division 02
    IN RE ESTATE OF
    CO LEE N A KETEI-SKN. a-k
    a
    COI.EEN A PESCE
    I >.-i eaaed
    NOTICE OK
    ADMINISTRATION
    The administration of the
    .-.state of COI.EEN A KETEL
    SEN a k a COI.EEN A.
    PESCE, deceaaed. File
    Number si 4457. la pending In
    Ihe Or. uit Court for DADE
    County, Florida. Probate
    Division, the address of which
    7:t West Flagler Street.
    MlAml, Florida. .13130 The
    i.imes and addresses of the
    DOT tonal representative and
    the personal representative's
    ii torney are set forth below
    All interested persons are re-
    quired to file with this court.
    WITHIN THREE MONTHS OF
    HIE first PUBLICATION
    OF THIS NOTICE ill all
    i lainis against the estate and
    Ul} olijei tion by an in
    (rested person to whom not lot
    a/aa mailed that challenges the
    >valldlty of the will, the quallfl
    . alums of the personal repre
    Itlva venue, or jurisdic
    tionol the i ourt
    Ml CLAIMS \ni OBJEC
    : I' INS Nol' SO FILED WILL
    BE FOREVER BARI
    Publii aUon of thla Notli
    begun M i. B I Ml
    Per
    EILEEN CH VFETZ
    ae Drive
    Miami Bi

    iti ve
    Mil'. \1I\M \ sy
    . M Ht T i i M.HI I
    k MENIS I \
    Miami IB
    Jun. I 1H-1
    N^flCEUNOER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    SoTHE IS HEREBY
    GIVEN that the undersigned
    desiring to engage In business
    under the fictitious names of 1
    Moonbeam 21 Dade Serv ues at
    PO Box 521079 Miami. Florida
    33172 intends to register aald
    names with the Clerk of the
    Circuit Court of Dade County.
    Florida
    Executive Services
    i! Miami. Inc .
    a Florida Corp
    Bruce M Hoiko Eaq
    30k 1 Sal redo St .
    2nd Floor
    Coral Gablea Florida 33134
    Attorney for
    Executive Servicee
    of Miami. Inc
    09849 May 15. a. 20.
    JuneS. 1081
    AFFIDAVIT
    UNDER FICTITIOUS
    NAME STATUTE
    STATE OF FLORIOA)
    SI:
    COUNTY OF DAOE)
    The undersigned, under oath.
    says It is the intention of the
    undersigned to engage in a
    bustnaao enterprise under the
    fictitious name of IMAGES
    located at 9145 S W 87th Ave
    nue in the city of Miami. Dade
    County. Florida
    Those intereated In said en-
    terprise, and the extent of the
    interest of each. Isaa followa
    IMAGES OF KENDALL. INC
    Intereal
    Norman I. Yop. President
    BUSS W 8TthAvenue
    Miami. Flortda B17t
    0M18 JuneS. 12. 19. M. 1M1
    notice or action------
    CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
    (NO PROPERTY*
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
    THE ELEVCNTH JUDICIAL
    CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN
    AND FOR DADC COUNTY
    Civil Artie*
    No. II-St 11
    IN RE The Marriage Of
    CARMEN CCHUYA
    Petitioner
    and
    M ARC I AL UCHUYA
    Respondent
    TO. MARCIALUCHUYA
    Estadoa Unldos No BS
    Apt B-
    l.IMA 11. PERU. S A
    YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI
    FIED that an action for Dlaao-
    lution of Marriage haa been
    filed agalnat you and you are
    required to aerve a copy of your
    written defenaea. If any. to It on
    Ixxils R Heller, attorney for
    Petitioner whoae address la
    420 Lincoln Rd Suite SB.
    Miami Beach Florida 33139
    and file the original with the
    . ler k of the above aty led court
    on or before June St. IMt.
    otherwise a default will be
    entered agalnat you for the
    relic I demanded In the com
    plaint or petition
    This notice shall be published
    once each week for four con
    secutlve weeka ia THE JEW
    isy FL. iRIIUAN
    WITNESS my hand and the
    seal of aald court at Miami
    Florida .hi thla B day of May.
    1981
    RICHARD P BRINKER
    AaClerk. Circuit Court
    Dade County. Florida
    HvCC Heejaase
    AaDeputyOlerk
    8 MayB.
    JuneS 12. 19. 1981
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY
    GIVEN that the underalgned,I
    desiring to engage ln buauieao
    under the flctltloua namea 1) A-
    1 Touch of CUaa 2i Al Servlcea
    at P.O. Box B310TB Miami.
    Florida 3S172 Intenda to
    register aald namea with the
    Clerk of the Circuit Court of
    Dade County. Flortda.
    Executive Servlcea
    of Miami. In.
    a Florida Corp
    Bruce M Botko. Eaq
    3081 Salxedo St
    Coral Gablea, Flortda SS134
    Attorney for
    Executive Servlcea
    of Miami, Inc
    00847 May 15. 22. B;
    _________ Junes. 1M1___________
    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. D ISC at 8315 West
    20th Avenue. Hlaleah. Flortda
    33014 Intend to reajlater aald
    name with the Clerk of the
    Circuit Court of Dade County
    'lortda
    TRIANGLE OVERSEAS. INC
    By: Harold Klttay
    Prealdent
    William J Goldworth. Eaqulre
    Attorney
    BBS Seville Avenue
    Coral Gables Flortda 33134
    i 306 i 444-0808
    OtJaTJ May 22. B.
    JuneS 12. 1081 '
    INTHECIRCUITCOURT
    FOR
    DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
    PROBATE DIVISION
    File No II 4410
    Division 01
    I IN RK ESTATE 'I
    |HERBERT FM'.RELL IP.
    II ... .
    NOTICE or
    ADMINISTRATION
    idi on of the
    HERBERT FAB
    KK.l.l. JR de. eased. Kile
    Son.' i ia annding In
    the Circuit Court for DADE
    Count) Florida. Pi
    1 inision. thi f which la
    7:i W. Street Miami.
    Florida B1S0 The names ..ml
    aaea Ol the personal rep
    tative and the personal
    repreaentatlve'a attorney are
    set forth below
    All interested persons are re-
    qulred to file with this court.
    WITHIN THREE MONTHS OF
    THE FIRST PI BLICATIOS
    OF THIS NOTICE Hi all
    i lainis against the estat. arid
    U bJeCUon by an in
    lereated peraon to whom notice
    waa mailed lhat challenges the
    valldlt) of the will the quallfl-
    aUona m the peraonaJ repre-
    Uve I t-riur DT jur isdic-
    llil of tlM- .OUrt
    ALL CLAIMS ASD OBJEC
    1 IONS NOT SO FILED WILL
    BE FOREVER BARRED
    Publication of thla Notice has
    begun on May SB, 1081
    Personal Representative
    HEDY MACK
    Apt 111. 101 Ocean Drive
    Miami Beach. Florida 33139
    Attorney for Personal
    Representative
    ABRAHAM A GALBLT
    GAIJIUT. GALBt'T
    ,\. MEN IN. P A .
    990 W ashing ton Ave .
    Miami Beach. Florida 33139
    Telephone iSOSl 872 3100
    H9905 May 28;
    1^__________________Junes lMl
    NOTICE OF ACTION
    CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
    (NO PROPERTY)
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
    THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
    CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN
    AND FOR DAOE COUNTY
    Civil Action No. tl-73*J FC
    FAMILY Ol VISION
    ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
    OF MARRIAGE
    IN RE THE MARRIAG E OF
    GENNARO DA MASCO
    Petitioner Husband
    and
    ANTONETTE DAMASCO
    Respondent Wife
    TO ANTONETTE DAMASCO
    1640 Kames Avenue
    Bronx. New York
    YOU ARE HEREBY NO
    TIFIED thai an action for
    Diaaolutlon of Marriage has
    been filed agalnat you and you
    are required to aerve a copy of
    your written defense a. if any. to
    it on ARTHUR D. FRISHMAN.
    attorney for Petitioner, whoae
    address is 407 Lincoln Road.
    ' Suite ISA. Miami Beach.
    Florida 331M. and file the orig-
    inal with the clerk of the above
    , styled court on or before June
    h 1981 otherwise a default
    will be entered agalnat you for
    I the relief demanded in the
    complaint or petition
    This notice shall be published
    once each week for four con
    secutlve weeka hi THE JEW
    ISH FI.ORIDIAN
    WITNESS my hand and the
    teal of aald court at Miami.
    - londa on thla 11 day of May.
    ,981
    RICHARD!' BRINKER
    AaClerk Circuit Court
    Dade County. Florida
    By WaTbeBrapdahaw I
    As DeputJ/Clerk
    i Circuit Court Seal i
    ARTHUR D. FRBHMAN
    ur i in, ,.ln Road. Suite 12A
    Miami Beach F|a B139
    i 3061 tTS-tTM
    Attorney for Petitioner
    0M83 May IS. 22. B.
    ______________June S. lttl


    Pt*22 "
    Public Notice
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
    THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
    CIRCUIT OP FLORIDA. IN
    AND FOR OADE COUNTY
    ClvilAcMONNo.il-7) 14 PC
    ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
    OF MARRIAGE
    INKK TtifMlfrlUfOI
    LANDYGAILDES
    JARD1NS,
    Petitioner Wife,
    and
    GENE DBS JARDINS .
    Re spon dent-Hue band
    TO Mr Gene Dei Jardlne
    Residence Unknown
    YOU ARE HEREBY NOT!
    TIED that an action for Dlsso
    lutlon of Marriage ha* beer
    filed against you and you are
    required to serve a copy of your
    written defenses. If any, to It on
    ARTHUR H LIPSON. attorney
    for Petitioner, whose address Is
    1515 N W. 1ST 8L. Suite SIS.
    Miami Florida, and file the
    original with the clerk of the
    above slykrd court on or before
    June 13. IBM otherwise a
    default will be entered against
    (or the relief demanded In
    the complaint or petition
    WITNESS my hand and the
    seal of said court at Miami.
    Florida on tMs 7 day. of May
    Ml
    RICHARD P Hit INKER
    As Clerk. Circuit Court
    Dade Count v Florida
    By A D Wade
    As Deputy Clerk
    89861 May 16. 22. 2.
    JuneS. 1991
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
    THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
    CIRCUIT IN ANDPOR
    DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
    FAMILY DIVISION
    Ca*eNo.H 7077 FC
    NOTICE BY
    PUBLICATION
    IN KK The Marriage Of
    MOHAN TAHAL.
    HUSBAND-PETITIONER
    vs
    MARILYN YVONNE TAHAL
    WIFE-RESPONDENT
    TO MARILYN Y\ ONNK
    TAHA1.
    1.123 Gllpen St .
    Apt No 210
    Denver. Colorado 80218
    YOU' ARE HEREBY NOTI
    FIED that a Petition for Disso-
    lution of your Marrlaite has
    been filed, and you are hereby
    required to serve a copy of youi
    Answer to the Husband's attor
    ney. DONALD F FROST.
    ESq X S W 6th Street.
    Miami Florida 33130, and file
    the original with the Office of
    the Clerk of the Circuit Court
    on or before the 12 day of June.
    1981, or the allegations will be
    takeftas qsiipus 1 Against you.
    sndsM eaWKVlII Be entered
    DATKD at Miami. Dade
    County. Florida, this S day of
    May 1M1
    RICHARD P BRINKER
    Circuit Court Clerk
    By Clarlnda Brown
    As Deputy Clerk
    08*53 May 16. 22, 2*.
    June IBM,
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY
    GIVEN that the undersigned,
    desiring to engage In business
    under the fictitious names of 11
    South Dade Services 21 First
    Choice 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 Boikc Esq .
    3081 Salxedo 8t
    2nd Floor
    Coral Gables. Florida SSI 34
    Attorney for
    Executive Services
    of Miami. Inc
    09848 May IS. 23.29.
    JuneS 1981
    -JewtetfScrXMar
    Krida
    NOTICE UNDER
    FACTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY
    GIVEN that the undersigned
    desiring to engage In buatnesi
    under the fictitious names 1)
    Csjrfree 21 Not to be Missed al
    I'O Box 621079 Miami. Florida
    33172 Intends to register said
    names with the Clerk of th
    circuit Court of Dade County.
    (Executive Services
    of Miami, Inc .
    a Florida Corp
    BBjBea M Bolko. Esq .
    I Salxedo St
    M Gables, Florida SS1S4
    ?rney for
    cutlve Services
    I. Inc.
    May 15.22. 29
    Junes, IBM
    OTICR UNDID ~~f
    ICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    )TICE IS HEREBY
    IN that the undersigned.
    ' to engage In buatne' '
    the fictitious names ofA\
    ne 21 Todays Trend ai)
    [Box 521079 Miami Florida
    Intends to register said
    with ths Clerk of the
    It Court of Dade County.
    Executive Services
    of Miami. Inc..
    a Florida Corp
    IM Bolko Esq .
    iBt
    |Cables. Florida 43134
    yf ca-
    lve Services
    nl Inc
    May 15. 22. 2*.
    JuneS. 19*1
    -v
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
    FOR
    DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
    PROBATE DIVISION
    File No 41 4490
    Division S3
    IN RE ESTATE OF
    JAIME GUTT
    Deceased
    NOTICE OF
    ADMINISTRATION
    The administration of the
    estate of Jaime Gutt. deceased.
    File Number SI 4480. Upending
    In the Circuit Court for Dad.
    County. Florida Probalt
    Division, the address of whlcr
    is Dade County Courthouse. 73
    West Flagler Street. Miami
    FL 33130 The names and ad
    dresses of the personal repre-
    sentative and the personal rep
    resentatlve's attorney are set
    forth below
    All Interested persons art
    required to file with this court.
    WITHIN THREE MONTHS OF
    THE FIRST PUBLICATION
    OF THIS NOTICE HI all
    claims against the estate and
    12| any objection by an Inter
    ested person to whom notlc
    was mailed that challenges the
    validity of the will, the qualifl
    rations of the personal repre
    tentative, venue or jurtsidlc
    ttoM of the court
    ALL C1.AIMS AND OBJEC-
    TIONS not so FILXD WIIJ
    UK FOREVBRBARRED
    Personal Representative
    ARNOLD D BHEVtN
    MM Southeast Avenue
    30lh Floor
    Miami Florida 3.11.11
    Attome) lor Personal
    i LrpcntoUv
    SI IRBER SHEVIN ROSEN
    BHAPOB
    HKILHRONNKR P A
    on. Southeast Third Ave
    Mi.mi FI..1313I
    Telephone .306i 358 7990
    iwm May 29.
    ________________________JuneS. 1981
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY
    GP/EN that the undersigned,
    desiring to engage In business
    under the fictitious names of 11
    Miami Professional Services 2i
    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 Bolko. Esq..
    304.1 Salxedo St
    Coral Gables. Florida 331S4
    Attorney for
    Kxecutlve Services
    of Miami Inc
    08*30 May 16. 22. 39.
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY
    OTVKN that the undersigned,
    drslnng to engage In business
    under the fictitious name
    FOOD I.AND SUPERMAR
    KET al 4500 N W 183rd Street
    Miami Florida Intends to
    register said name with the
    Clerk of the Circuit Court of
    Dade County, Florida
    CTOWN
    SIPERMARKET. INC
    100 Percent sole owner
    ORTA. RODRIGtTEZ*
    ASSOC
    Attorneys for C TOWN
    SUPERMARKET. INC.
    2091 Coral Way
    Miami. Florida
    09*87 May 22. 39
    JuneS. 12. 1981 |
    NOTICE OF ACTION
    CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
    (NO PROPERTY)
    INTHE CIRCUIT OF
    THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
    CIRCUIT OP FLORIDA, IN
    AND FOR DADE COUNTY
    Civil Action
    N0.99-I94MFC 27
    FAMILY DIVISION
    ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
    OF MARRIAGE
    IN RE The Marriage Of
    SARAHR COHEN.
    Petitioner
    and
    BRUCE F.COHEN.
    Respondent
    TO BRUCE F COHEN.
    Residence Unknown
    YOU ARE HEREBY
    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 to
    It on David A Karp. attorney
    for Petitioner, whose address Is
    Javlts and Karp 3660 Blscayne
    Boulevard. Suite 604. Miami.
    Florida (331*7. 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 four con-
    secutive 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 Selfrled
    As Deputy Clerk
    (Circuit Court Sea)
    DAVID A KARP, esq .
    JAVITS and KARP
    3660 Blscayne Blew ,
    Suite 604
    Miami. FloridaStTST
    Telephone I SOB I 871 IBM
    May 33. 38.
    JuneS. 12 1981
    NOT CE OP ACTION
    CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
    (NO PROPERTY)
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
    THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
    CIRCUIT OP FLORIDA. IN
    ANDPOR DADE COUNTY ,
    Civil Action
    Ne II 741JFC
    ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
    OF MARRIAGE
    IN RE The Marriage Of
    ICILDA LYTTLX.
    Petitioner-Wife,
    and
    RONALD GEORGE
    LYTTLE.
    Respondent Hue band
    TO RONALD GEORGE
    LYTTI.E
    118 Hagley Park Road
    Kingston 11, Jamaica
    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
    DAVID S BERGER. ATTOR
    NEY FOR Petitioner, whose
    address Is 989 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.
    1881
    RICHARD P BRISKER
    As Clerk. Circuit Court
    Dade County. Florida
    RyC P Copeland
    As Deputy Clerk
    I Circuit Court Seal I
    DAVIDS BERGER
    999 Washington Ave
    Miami Beach. Florida 33139
    Telephone SOS I 872 3100
    08888 May 22. 29.
    _____________ June 6. 12. 1981^
    affidavit
    under fictitious
    name statute
    STATE OF FLORIDA)
    COUNTY OF DADE ) 44:
    The undersigned, under oath,
    says It Is the Intention of the
    undersigned to engage In a
    business enterprise under the
    flctltius name of J J AC".
    CVRSIO COMPANY. INC |
    ni>u ai jueuu 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 Accurate
    Interest 100 percent
    Vice President
    30800 South Federal
    Highway. Homestead.
    Florida 33030
    Accurate Realty. Inc a
    Florida corporation
    Sworn to and subscribed to
    before me. at Miami. Florida,
    this 34th day of April. 1881
    MlcheleS Baum
    Notary Public.
    State of Florida
    at I -arge
    My Commission Expires
    Oct 10. 1983
    May 22. 38.
    _________June 6,13,1961
    NOTICE OP ACTION
    CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP
    THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
    CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
    AND FOR DADE COUNTY
    FAMILY DIVISION
    Civil Action
    Noll 7435 PC
    ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
    OPMARRIAOB
    IN RE The Marriage Of:
    ANDREW D HOWARD
    Petlloner Husband
    and
    MAGNOLIA T HOWARD
    Respondent Wife
    TO MAGNOLIA T
    HOWARD
    316 Corona Street
    Winston Salem.
    North Carolina 27108
    You 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 Kwltney. Kwltney. Kroop
    and Scheinberg. P A attorney
    for Petitioner, whose address Is
    430 Lincoln Road. Suite 613.
    Miami Beach. Florida 33139.
    and file the original with the
    clerk of the above styled court
    on or before June 19. 1881.
    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 tor four con
    secutlve weeks In THE JEW
    I8H FLORIDIAN
    WITNESS my hand and the
    seal of said court at Miami.
    Florida, on this 16 day of May
    1981
    RICHARD P BRINKER
    Clerk. Circuit Court
    Dade County Florida
    By Willie Bradshaw Jr
    Deputy Clerk
    iCircuit Court Seal)
    KWITNEY. KROOP*
    SCHEINBERG. P A
    430 Lincoln Road -
    Suite B13
    Miami Beach. Florida 33138
    Telephone 18061 688 7678
    Attorney tor Petitioner
    08884 May 22. 29.
    June 6. 12.188!
    -- .
    INTHECIRCUIT COURT
    FOR
    DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
    PROBATE DIVISION
    File No.II 3871
    Divittonll
    IN RE ESTATE OF
    BELLA LIEBHOBER
    IVceased
    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 NOT!
    FIED that the administration
    of the estate of BELLA LIEB
    HOBER. deceased. File
    Number Rl 3871. Is pending In
    the Circuit Court for Dade
    County. Florida. Probate DIW
    slon. the address of which Is TS
    West Flagler Street. Miami.
    Florida 33130 The personal
    representative of the estate Is
    Alexander H KLEIN whose
    address Is 52 Kalda Avenue.
    Now Hyde Park. New York
    11040 The name and address of
    the personal representative's
    attorney are set fourth 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
    Bj i l.iiin or demand they may
    have Each claim must be In
    g and must Indicate the
    for the claim the name
    ,u:.l address of the creditor or
    his agent or attorney and the
    amount claimed If the claim is
    HOI yet due, the date when It
    will become due shall be
    stated If the claim Is rontin
    gent or unliquidated the
    nature of the uncertainty shall
    he stated If the claim Is se
    urea the security shell 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
    jecttoru they may have thai
    challenges the validity of the
    decedent's will. the quail
    (nations of the personal re
    presenlative. tr the venue or
    jurlsdlrtlon of the court
    ALL CLAIMS. DEMANDS
    AND OBJECTIONS NOT SO
    FIIJ5D WILL BE FOREVER
    BARRED
    Date of the first publication
    of this Notice of Administra
    turn June 5. 1881
    AIJCXANDERH KJJCIN
    As Personal Representative
    of the Estate of
    HEIJjs LIEBHOBER
    Deceased
    ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL
    REPRESENTATIVE
    LESLIE HOWARD BERGER
    1900 N University Drive
    Pembroke Pines Fla 33024
    Telephone iSOSi 433 7708
    0982) JuneS. 12 1981.
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY
    GIVEN that the undersigned,
    desiring to engage In business
    under the fictitious names of 11
    Last Word Services 21 Lighting
    Services at P O Box 621079
    Miami. Florida 33173 Intends to
    register said names with the
    Clerk of the Circuit Court of
    Dade County. Florida
    Executive Services
    of Miami. Inc .
    a Florida 0>rp
    Bruce M Bolko. Esq
    3081 Salxedo St
    2nd Floor
    Coral Gables, Florida SS1S4
    Attorney tor
    Executive Services
    of Miami, Inc .
    a Fla Corp
    May 16.23. 38.
    June 5. 1881
    NOTICE OP ACTION
    CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
    (NO PROPERTY)
    INTHE CIRCUIT COURT OF
    THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
    CIRCUIT OP FLORIDA. IN
    AND POR DADE COUNTY
    Civil Action
    No 11-8294
    FAMILY DIVISION
    ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
    OP MARRIAGE
    IN RE The Marriage Of
    BETSY E EDWARDS. Wife,
    and
    ROSWELLG.
    EDWARDS. Husband
    TO. ROSWELLG EDWARDS
    Five Crawford Ave
    Kingston. Jamaica
    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
    ARTHUR H LIPSON, attorney
    for Petitioner, whose address Is
    ISIS N W 187 St Suite 218.
    MIAMI FLA and file the
    original with the clerk of the
    above styled court on or before
    July 6. 1881, otherwise a
    default will be entered against
    you for the relief demanded In
    the complaint or pet Itlon
    This notice shall be published
    09108 each week for four con
    secutlve weeks In THE JEW
    ISH FLORIDIAN
    WITNESS my hand and (he
    seal of said court at Miami.
    Florida on this 24 day of May
    1981
    RICHARD P BRINKER
    lerk Circuit Court
    I >.i'|. I 'ouflty, Florida
    By A D Wade
    As Deputy Clerk
    09910 June 5. 12. 19 28 1981 ,
    N
    GIVEN ..
    desiring to ,,,, '^"CT
    ""'' the ,, ***
    south. n,,,,:,7
    Famous at p i ,. >
    Miami. Florida 33172^2
    Dade County .Florida
    of Miami, inc
    a Florida Corn
    Bruce M Bolko Esq
    3081 Sailed,, s;
    Coral Gables. Fiona, Jj,u
    Attorney for
    Executive Services
    of Miami. Inc..
    a Florida Corp
    " May 15 a
    - ** L I
    NOTICE" UN on"
    FICTITIOUS NAME LA
    NOTICE IS HEM
    GIVEN that the .nder.ij
    desiring to engage m but
    under the fictitious i
    CARNAVAL at 730 ,
    Street, Hlaleah Fionds"
    tends to register said
    with the (Terk of the C
    Court of Dade County Flor.
    RVCCORpolMTION
    730V.es'. I
    Hlaleah Florida
    HARVEY 11 ,
    IBBQ
    (Attorney for
    ,H vccoRpop.-.
    1420 Lincoln Road
    Suite 3T9
    Miami Beach Florida3J1J41
    BMSfJ
    (Miami
    09*35
    INTHE CIRCUIT COURT OF
    THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
    CIRCUIT IN ANOFOR
    DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
    FAMILY DIVISION
    CsieNo 11 475) FC
    NOTICE BY
    PUBLICATION
    IN RE The Marriage Of
    BRIAN MOYNIHAN.
    Petitioner
    and
    EVELYN MOYNIHAN,
    Respondent
    YOU EVELYN MOYNIHAN.!
    126 Abbott Avenue. Leomln-
    ster Massachusetts 01463
    ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED TO,
    i KILE your written response to I
    this action for dissolution of
    marriage, with the Clerk of the
    above Court, and serve a copy
    upon Petitioner's Attorneys
    SAUL T VON ZAMFT and
    SAMUEL E SMITH. 1S30 S
    Dixie Highway. Suite 860. Coral
    Gables Florida 33148. on or
    before the 8 dsy of July, 1981.
    else the Petition for Dlssoiutlor
    of Marriage will be taken a-
    confessed
    DATED May 38. 1681
    RICHARD P BRINKER
    BY C P Copeland
    Deputy Clerk
    (CircuitCourt Seal
    Published four consecutive
    weeks In THE JEWISH FLOR
    IDIAN
    09914 JuneS 12. 19. 38. 1B8I
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
    FOR
    OADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
    PROBATE DIVISION
    File No 11 IBS'
    D.v.lion 91
    IN HE ESTATEOl
    CHARLES D BMOOK
    I >e ceased
    NOTICE OF
    ADMINISTRATION
    The administration of the
    estate of CHARLES D
    BMOOK deceased File
    Number *l 1887 Is pending In
    the Circuit Court for Dade
    County Florida. Probate Divi-
    sion the address of which Is 73
    Flakier St Miami. Fla
    talSfl The names and addres
    ses of the personal representa
    live and the personal represen
    tatlve's attorney re set forth
    below
    All Interested persons are re
    quired to file with this court.
    WITHIN THREE MONTHS OF
    Till-: FIRST PUBLICATION
    OF THIS NOTICE Hi all
    claims against the estate and
    '3i any objection by an Inter
    ested person to whom notice
    was mailed that challenges the
    validity of the will, the qualifl
    cations of the personal repre
    sentatlve. venue or junsdic
    tlon of the court
    ALL CLAIMS AND OBJEC
    TIONS NOT SO FILED WILL
    HE FOREVER BARRED
    Publication of this Notice has
    begun on June 5 1981
    Personal Representative
    Augusta P Smook
    300N V, ITTthSt
    Miami. Fla 33189
    Attorney for Personal
    Representative
    1.EFF PESETSKY A ZACK K
    by
    Samuel I Left
    1387 N E l83ndSI
    No Miami Beach Fla 33IS3
    Telephone 13061 945 7901
    09911 JuneS. 17 1981
    NOTICE UNDFR
    FICTITIOUS NAME U
    NOTICE IS |
    GIVEN thai the underiifa.
    desiring to sngai
    under the r ..mm
    Prestlege 3i Sophist
    P O Box 521071.
    33172 Intends I
    names with the Clerk of ,
    Circuit Court of Daile Court
    Florida
    Executive Sen II
    of Mian
    a Florida
    Bruce M Bolkc
    3081 Salxe.l
    Coral Gables Florida 33134
    Attorney for
    Executive Bon Ires
    of Miami. Inc
    08841 Hay M
    June 5 :l
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY I
    GIVEN that the undersigned,
    desiring to engage in business
    under the fictitious name
    ADORE BEAUTY AND COS I
    METICS AIDS at 1254 N E 183
    St North Miami Beach. Flor
    Ida 33182 intends to register
    said name with the Clerk of the
    Circuit Court of Dade County
    Florida
    1 Hlrschensohn. Pros
    K C Hlrschensohn. V P
    S F Derringer. Sec
    S F Derringer Sec Trea
    09912 June 6. 13. 19. 38. 1881
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT!
    THE ELEVENTH JUOIClJ
    CIRCUIT IN ANDfOR
    OADE COUNTY FL0RIDJ
    FAMILY DIVISION
    Case No I ;7 FC
    NOTICE OF ACTION
    'IN RE TheMarn*.
    NESTOR SKAARBREi IK
    Petitioner H ;sl a- :
    vs
    OLGATAN1A
    GONZALEZ IK Hr .
    I Respondent wife
    TO OLGATAMA
    GONZAIJ-:/ PI REZ
    RabINo 84: sj i
    e-Corres
    y Kncarnarlon
    LaHabana Cuba
    YOU OLGA TAMA
    ZAI.ES PEREZ re her
    notified to file your anew*
    this Petition for Dissolute
    Marriage with the Clerk o
    Court and mall copy to I
    turner's Attornev DAW
    GALLUP 2356 Sai;.
    Coral Gables. Florida 3313
    or before June 19 1981 rise I
    tltion will be taken u
    J teased
    This 18 day of Mas 1941
    RICHARD P BRINKER
    Merk Circuit Court
    ByS a B
    Deput\ Clerk
    09880
    June i 17 ll
    ilA GC
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP
    THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
    CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY, FLORIOA
    Case Noll 7478 PC
    FAMILY DIVISION
    IN RE The Marriage Of:
    CHARLE8S BURKE
    Petitioner
    and
    MARY ANN BURKE
    Respondent
    NOTICE OF ACTION
    TO MARY ANN BURKE
    RESIDENCE UNKNOWN
    YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
    an actual tor dUaolutlon of
    marriage haa been filed
    against you and you are
    required to aerve a copy of your
    written defenses. If any. on B J
    LEVY. Attorney for Petitioner
    8SS N E 187 St N.M B Fl
    33182 on or before June 19. 1981
    and file the original with the
    clerk of this court, otherwise a
    default will be entered against
    you.
    Dated May 18 1981
    RICHARD P. BRINKER
    By A I) Wade
    As Deputy Clerk
    881 May 32 29,
    JuneS. 12. 1881
    'iNTHECIRCUlTCOLRTOj
    THE ELEVENTH JUDICir
    CIRCUIT IN ANDF0R
    DADE COUNTY FlORlOl
    FAMILV DIVISION
    Ca4CN0.ll '4JFC
    NOTICE OF ACTION
    IN RE The Marr
    JOSE JULIO MOI r>.<'
    Petitioner Husba.'l
    SARAH MODESTO
    ReapondentV.il.
    TO SARAH MODI
    Residence I nk
    YOU SARAH V
    hereby notified to
    answer to this Potll* r
    solution of Man-laic
    Clark of the Court 41
    COOV U) Petitioner -
    DANIEL OALLU [
    Salsedo Street. Cor
    Florida. 33154. on
    June 19, 1981 else PjllUon *|
    be taken as confessed
    ThU 18 day of May
    RICHARD P HKlNKr.K
    Clerk Circuit Court
    ByS A Byrd
    Deputy Clerk
    09879 .._M,>;;
    " -I
    June s
    NOTICE UNDEB
    PiCTITIOUSNAMELAW
    G.Tn.M. the under-T^
    SEES*.
    Dade County F l ^
    8308 Blscayne Hei-
    , Florida corporation
    By Robert M.rkH
    preside'
    U9V19 Jur*


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    MOTICaUNOB*
    NOTICE
    wiami Fiend*. *""' _
    "gfo, tiM Circuit Court of
    r*.rtounty.rianda.
    "M^rlakJ.TAUANorr.
    PA MARKR RUBD*
    T.1JAN0FF* RUBIN
    s)S)3 Ba shore Drive
    ' jHaai.mt
    mTMiCIIICUITCOOBTO*
    THf ILV1NTM JUDICIAL
    O.CU.TO^LOBIOA.1*!
    AND FO* DAO COUNTY
    "family CIVIL
    DE-ABTMBNT
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    N RF
    JOr|N DOMINIC
    n-ROMBKRG. a minor
    ,rTKT OK ACTION
    TO JOHN STROMBERO
    Residence Unknown
    YOC ARE NOTIFIED that
    an srtion for Temporary
    Custody ha- been filed against
    you and you are required to
    irrvr ropy of your written
    dfffiw" If ny. to It on MAR
    V|N I MOSS. P A Petitioner*
    lllom, who** fMNIHll "0
    lOuw ("onrourar. Suit* SH. Hay
    Harbor Wlanda. Florida DIM.
    OT or before July 1881. and
    nir the original with the Clark
    of IfeM I "Tt either before aarv
    tioner's attorney or
    immediately thereafter, other
    aiar a default will be entered
    . h for the relief
    (VmanoV.I In the Petition for
    Temporary Custody
    fclTN'KSS my hand and seal
    si ihnOwrt on June J. 1681
    I'.imtRDP BRINKKR
    Clerk of Court
    ii, M J Hartnett
    rvpuly Clerk
    M Ml YIN l Mass P A
    inamrj 1-1 Petitioner
    HatKanf OoneoMrM
    IU> ll.irhor Ulanda.
    Fkrtoi "-mm
    THrpnaM iWiMSnM
    *-. JuneS. II. It. M. 1HI
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
    THE ELEVENTH JUOICIAL
    CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY.FLORIDA
    CnrNs II tut re
    FAMILY DIVISION
    INHK TUK M\RRIAOF.OF
    KVK.I V\ MARTIN
    IN itUnnsr, Wife
    Ml
    ml l\ M \RT1N
    Hi Mjondawt. Husband
    N' HUT OF ACTION
    Til Mr John Martin
    i denes unknown
    vni ARK NOTIFIED that
    srtsMl for DlaaotutkMi of
    Marriage hat been filed
    .ij.iiii'i vhi and you are re
    on in it In WIN a ropy of your
    ntti-n ili'lrnaea. If any. to It on
    RPSSKIJ K ROSKNTHAI..
    K8QI I UK IVI it Inner
    Ularnej whose address la
    I IKIIKKMAN. BENJAMIN
    \NI> S-iSOCIATICS. P A 6801
    it tinve. Miami. Florida
    Vim i- or before July 6. IHI.
    anil filr the original with the
    Ors n( trua Court either
    before arrvlre on Petitioner'a
    attorney or immediately
    aaraafler otherwise a default
    ill be entered against you for
    the relief demanded In the
    I'etilmn
    WlTNfss my hand and aeal
    oMhi.c.iurlon June!. 1M1
    KK1IARDP BRINKKR
    Clerk u< the Circuit Court
    ><> M J Hartnatt
    Deputy Oerk
    *-'* June 5. 11. 1*. M. ISSl
    ^"Ttme circuit court of
    tme eleventh judicial
    Cl-CUIT.INANOFOR
    0A0E COUNTY, FLORIDA
    ClutWHtutrC
    _,_ *AMILV DIVISION
    '\RK THK MARRIAGE OF
    THKRKSA LOPEZ
    Petitioner, Wife
    an.]
    FEI.ICIANO LOPEZ
    Respondent Husband
    NOTICE OF ACTION
    ro Mr Keliclano Lopai
    resilience unknown
    'Of ARE NOTIFIED thai
    j1 "*rrl*e has boon filed
    ***,nf you and you are ro
    g*ELL K ROSENTHAL.
    J.'91". Petitioner".
    ^HKRMAN. BENJAMIN
    *VA.SSOClATE8. PA.MIO
    *" Drive. UUml. Florida
    J", on or before July 6 11.
    5?m .,h* orlta*' wUi the
    _ of thi. Court either
    7?* ervlc. on Petitioners
    3,,^."^ or Immediately
    J^ner. oOwrwlae a default
    the ^,rn.t*r,d MAtoat you for
    J^t'f aem^HS-J In the
    otVE'* my h*nd "- -
    . *" on Juno I. IM1
    S*np BRINKKR
    ? of to, circuit Court
    *** J Hmrtnett
    -^ Deputy CUrk
    ^" June*. II. l. M. ian
    The American Jewish Archives
    announces the addition of a new
    poster to its multicolor series on
    Public Notice
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE 13 HEREBY
    GIVEN that the underatgmd.
    desiring to engage In business
    under the flcUUous name AD
    Director* al T001 N W JJIth
    Avenue. Miami. Florida BUT.
    intends to register said name
    wlto the Clerk of toe Circuit
    Court of Dade County. Florida
    AlexN Schreer
    Andrew Schreer
    Attorney tor
    AlexN Schreer
    1MI Brlrkell Avenue
    Suite SOS
    Miami. Florida SUM
    Telephone i S061 SM 2
    ooaoa MayS,
    _____________June II, It. 1M1
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY
    GIVEN that toe undersigned,
    desiring to engage In business
    under the fictitious name IN-
    TKRCONTINKNTAL MET
    ALS CORI"ORATION at 1150
    N W 21 Street, Miami. Florida.
    SSItl Intends to register said
    name with the Clerk of toe Or
    cult Court of Dade County
    Florida
    Rebecca I. earner.
    President.
    INTERCONTINENTAL
    METAL. Inc
    i a Florida Corporation i
    0M0I June 6 II. 1*. M. istl
    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 11 un FC
    FAMILY DIVISION
    NOTICE FOR DISSOLUTION
    OFMARRIAOE
    IN RE The Marriage Of
    KSAl'A ALEXIS.
    Petitioner Husband
    and
    CTV.CEPTIA HEROLD
    ALEXIS
    Respondent Wife
    TO CONCEPTIA HEROLD
    ALEXIS
    Rue Chrtstoff No 111
    GonaJves. Haiti.
    West Indies
    YOC ARE HEREBY NOTI
    FIKI) that a petition for Dlsao-
    lutrni of 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
    LLOYD M ROUTMAN, ESQ .
    attorney for Petitioner, whose
    address Is Suite CIS. First State
    Bank Bldg TWO NE Ind Ave
    nue. Miami. Florida 3311ft. and
    file the original with the clerk
    of the above styled court on or
    before July 1M1. otoerwtae a
    default will be entered against
    you for the relief prayed for In
    the complaint or petition
    This notice shall be published
    once each week for four con
    serutlve weeks In THE JEW
    1SHKM)RID1AN
    WJTNKSS my hand and the
    seal of said court at Miami
    Florida on this th day of May.
    I RSI
    RICHARD P BRINKKR
    As Clerk Circuit Court
    Dade County. Florida
    By A D Wade
    A* Deputy Clerk
    i Circuit Court Seal l
    UilYDM ROUTMAN.ESQ
    Suite 1S.
    1st Slate Bank Bldg
    TtDO NE Ind Avenue
    Miami Florida 331SS
    Attorney for PeUUoner
    0(i9 Junes. IX IS. M.lHl.
    INTHR CIRCUIT COURT OF
    THE BIRVBNTH JUOICI AL
    CIRCUIT. IN ANO FOR
    DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
    ClMNMI-OM
    FAMILY DIVISION
    IN RE The Marriage Of
    PATRICIA CLARKE
    PeUUoner. Wife
    and
    EVANS CLARICE
    Respondent Husband
    NOTICE OF ACTION
    TO EVANS CLARKE
    residence unknown
    YOU 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. to It on
    IVAN A SCHERTZER
    ESQUIRE, Petitioner'*
    Attorney, whooe address la
    I.IKBKRMAN. BENJAMIN
    AND ASSOCIATES. P A M01
    Sunset Drive. Miami. Florida
    HITS, on or before July 6 11.
    and Hie the original wlto toe
    Clerk of this Court either
    before service on Petitioners
    Attorney or Immediately
    thereafter, otherwise a default
    will be entered against you for
    the relief demanded In the
    Petition
    WITNESS my hand and seal
    of this Court on May IS. lSEt
    RICHARD P BRmKER
    Clerk of toe Circuit Court
    By L C Bedasse
    Deputy Clerk
    June t. IS. it. M. 1SS1
    the American Jewish experience.
    To commemorate the cen-
    tenary of the East European
    Jewish immigrant in America,
    the Archives has created a poster
    on Abraham Cahan (1860-1961),
    who came to the United States
    from Lithuania in 1882, and be-
    came a major influence in the
    Jewish immigrant community aa
    editor-in-chief of New York's
    largest Yiddish daily, the For-
    vert*, and as an advocate of
    Americanization
    The following posters are
    already available in the series on
    immigrants from Eastern
    Europe: Jewish Immigrants
    Arrive in New York Harbor; The
    Sweatshop; and A Busy Street
    on the Old East Side.
    The above mentioned posters
    are available without charge for
    display by all schools, libraries,
    congregations, and organizations
    interested in American Jewish
    history. Requests from these
    groups must be made on official
    stationery bearing the or-
    ganization's name and address.
    Individuals may request these
    posters at a cost.
    Inquiries concerning the entire
    poster series should be addressed
    to Ms. Wanda Reis, American
    Jewish Archives. 3101 Clifton
    Avenue, Cincinnati. Ohio 45220.
    SACK. Philip R 7. Miami. May SI
    Levitt -Welnateln
    7.ISMAN. Harry M
    RODIAN. Samuel. 74 Gordon Funeral
    Home
    CASSKL. Dr Han* Maurice. 90. Miami
    Beach. June I Riverside Chapel
    COHEN. Mr* Sophie. SO. Miami Beach.
    May 31 Riverside Chapel
    COIJIKRT Jack. 66. Delray Beach.
    Gordon Funeral Home
    HKIMAN. Roberta. 76. N Miami
    Ifa-arh. May 31 Rubin Chapel
    KAIIN Arthur Miami Beach. May
    31 Riverside Chapel
    KAUFMAN. Herbert. SB. N Miami
    IWarh Gordon Funeral Home
    I.KVY Norman. 80 Miami Beach. May
    31 Rubin Chapel
    RKSNICOFF. Jack. 7. HsJIandale.
    May 31 Rubin Chapel
    WKIN. Harold 76. May 31 Riverside
    Chapel
    l.KVY Saul S 66. N Miami Beach.
    June 2 Riverside Chapel
    ROGERS. I.ouls 52. June 1 Riverside
    Chapel
    STONE Pearl. Bay Harbor Island
    Riverside Chapel.
    KKRNER. Jacob. 74. N. Miami Beach.
    Riverside Chapel
    MILGRAM. Clara. SB. Miami Beach.
    May 13 Riverside Chapel ML Stnal
    Cemetery
    RUBIN. Herbert. 60. N. Miami Beach.
    May II. Riverside Chapel
    SHAPIRO. Ida. a. N. Miami Beach.
    Rive raid* Chapel.
    GELB
    MONUMENTS INC.
    Open Ittry Day C'oiro1 Sabbjtf-
    140 SW 57h Avenue
    Phone 266-2888

    Obituaries
    .DEREN
    Mr Plncu*. SI. of Sunrise, chemical
    engineering consultant, pad away
    Wednesday. May 27 He waa a very
    acUve volunteer fund* raiser for local
    and Israeli cause* He waa honored
    numerous time* for hi* meritoua
    achievements from United Jewish
    .Appeal the Zionist Organisation of
    America. B'nai B'rith. Technlon. Israel
    Bond Drive. Milwaukee Jewish Welfare
    Fund and the Israel Emergency Fund.
    Survivors Include his wife. Lucille of
    Sunrise: daughter. Rhea Seldln of
    Mlddleburg Heights. Ohio; slater.
    .Pauline Perm of Chicago. 111. and two
    grandsons Family requests donations
    to Technlon or Bnal B'rith Funeral
    service* were held May 28. arranged by
    Riverside Chapel. Tamarac. with In-
    terment at Sharon Garden* Memorial
    Park Cemetery
    GOLDSTEIN
    Larry. 79. Hollywood, paased away May
    St. A resident for IS year*, formerly of
    New York. Surviving are his wife Ruth,
    son Robert Goldstein of New York; and
    daughter to law Judith Goldstein
    Service* were held June 2 arranged by
    Riverside Chapel.
    MECHT
    Henry. 58. South Miami, paaaed away
    May 27 A resident for 19 years, former-
    ly of Flint. Mich Surviving are hi* wife.
    Leah. son. Dr Sidney Hecht of Miami:
    and one brother Services were held
    May at Riverside Chapel
    KURTZ
    Mary G 73. Miami Beach A resident
    for 11 year*, formerly of New York CSty
    and Boston, Mass Surviving are her
    husband. Samuel M. Kurt*, sons.
    Gerald and Robert: sister Anne
    Sllverman. six grandchildren; and one
    great grandchild Services were held
    May 2S at Riverside Chapel
    MINTZER
    Herman. 67. Miami, passed away May
    2 A resident for 52 years He was a
    member of Beth David Congregation for
    over 50 yean and was a member of
    B'nai B'rith Samuel Portln Lodge. Sur-
    viving are hi* wife. Dorothy, daughters.
    Janice Salem and Rona Bovle. both of
    Miami, sisters. Ethel Felnberg and
    Jeannette Horowitz, both of Miami, and
    Helen Helperln of Sarasota. four grand-
    children Services were held May SI at
    Riverside Chapel, with Interment to
    follow at Star of Da vld Cemetery
    ROGERS
    I-ouls. 52, former president of the Fon-
    telnebleau Hotel and national president
    of the Hotel Sale* Managers Asso-
    ciation, died May 26 Survivors Include
    wife. Sual. son. Lance Scott, daughters,
    Sharon of Miami. Debra of NO:
    mother, Mrs Flora Darkey of Colum-
    bus. Ohio, and slater. Mrs Patsy Spicer
    of Columbus. Ohio. Services were held
    June 1 at Riverside Chapel
    WEINER
    Herbert L.. St. Miami, paased away
    May 2S Mr Welner had been a resident
    of Miami for 94 years, formerly of
    Chicago. Ill He was a chartered Ufa
    member of the South Florida Planning
    Council, member of toe Home Life
    Insurance of NY Hall of Fame and
    Miami and National Assn of Life
    Underwriters, past governor of Ser
    torn* past president of Alpha Epsllon
    PI Alumni Club of Miami, member of
    Temple Zlon. Surviving are his wife.
    Florlce. daughters. Stacy Welner and
    Rhonda Greenberg of San Francisco;
    mother. Ubby Welner of Chicago; and
    brothers Burton of Miami and Robert of
    Chicago Services were held May SI at
    Temple Zlon wlto Interment In Star of
    David Memorial Park, arranged by
    Gordon Funeral Home.
    BASSETT, RIU. May S Mt. Nooo
    COOPERsTaN. Milton. Plantation
    GOLDSTEIN. Mym*n,stey ^
    Bay
    Riverside
    KRES8NER, Dorothy
    Harbor Islands. May
    JzAK''jac. T. L**ariate Lakoa.
    May SB Rlverald* OiapaL h
    SAMUELS. Helen, Weat Palm Baach,
    STe'nFELD, Simon. Surfslde. May 3S
    STEIN. Irving. 88. Miami May SS
    Riverside Chapel.
    DEREN. Plncue. 88, Sunrise. May S6
    RI verstcle Chapel -----
    RABINOWrTZ. Morris. Hallandale.
    May 28 RIverald* Chapel.
    RIEDEL. Josef. St. Miami Beach. June
    1 Newman Funeral Home
    SCISOREK. Sam, 80. N. Miami Beach
    Rubin Chapel _
    DAVID. UII. Bay Harbor Ulanda. June
    1 Riverside Chapel
    JURMAIN. JackN., Miami. May .
    r i ver side Chape 1
    CITY MEMORIAL AND
    MONUMENT. Inc
    "' f E ."C Avenue
    Ort 33 U8
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    wcst ',ui.fi.. tan Oaassksks* Rkd ss* MS
    When a loss occurs
    away from home.
    mm BROTHEHS
    FOREST PARK CHAPEL, INC
    Here *and in New York,
    to assure swift and
    understanding service.
    Dade County
    949-1656

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    925-3196
    1921 Pembroke Rd
    13385 West Dixie Highway
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