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The Jewish Floridian
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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).

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ditorial Comment
A World of Hypocrites Offers Pragmatism, Not Praise
rne issue is not the June 30 election in
U N..r is it Prime Minister Begin himself,
possibilities as successful incumbent
ed frankly bleak up until two months
and who is now being accused interna-
lly of having launched his country's air
lie "against the Osirak nuclear reactor out-
0i Maghdad to boost his reelection
pj-es. \s early as six weeks ago, preference
u in Israel showed Begin and his Likud
t\ catching up with the previously front-
running Shimon Peres, head of the Opposi-
tion Labor Party. Indeed, of running neck-in-
neck with him.
No. The issue is the Osirak reactor itself.
The issue is Iraq's brutally oppressive regime
under its dictator president, Saddam Hussein
al-Takriti. privately acknowledged even by
other Arab leaders to be Madman No. 2 in the
Middle Last, after Libya's Col. Qaddafi. The
issue is that, among aU the other Arab coun-
tries, Iraq alone failed to agree to the armi-
stice with Israel back in 1949.
The issue is that Iraq, like the stateless
Yasir Arafat and his PLO, considers itself to
be in a relentless hot war with Israel even
today, absurd though the geography of the
area makes this as a Baghdad fantasy to rival
yet another Baghdad fantasy long revered in
literature, Scheherezade's Thousand-and-One
Nights.
Continued on Page 4-A
Jewish Flor idian.
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
-,, Number 25 TWO SECTIONS
Miami, Florida Friday. June 19. 1981
rna stoehmi By Mail 80 Cents Price 50 Cents
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\aion: spending Shabbat with husband and children
resident's Partner
Contribution of Ofira i\avon
By DIANA LERNER
Ofira Navon's
rlwind two-day visit to
'York recently may not
typical of the First
s schedule. But the
ion to the visit by her
certainly was quite
"I shall always
iber you with love
pride Your remarks
touched every heart,"
wrote the secretary of the
World Rehabilitation Fund,
which had presented Ofira
Navon with the Distin-
guished Service Award.
Her New York visit was
crowded and eventful. And a
highlight was the moving reunion
with the Egyptian First Lady.
Jehan Sadat
I had seen them together in
Egypt last Fall: Jehan Sadat was
elegant reserved, gracious, her
every word cautiously couched in
diplomatic, tact: Ofira. on the
other hand, was spontaneous, ir-
repressible, a keenly intelligent
representative of Israel.
NOW, Ofira Navon was in-
vited to have lunch at the New
York home of Ahmad Meguid,
Egypt's Ambassador to the
United Nations.
"Rut I have to leave for home,"
Mrs Navon said.
Continued on Page 15-A
^deration Election
Levy Named to Helm of Agency
For a Second Term I
iH^y \ (Hap) Levy.
selected president of
Greau r Miami Jewish
ration at Federation's
annual meeting held
Mune 10
[Also elected at the meet-
ds toe presidents were
nue' I Adler, Norman
nan. (ioldie Goldstein.
W| Kartimer and Nor-
'Lipoff.
l*Urilyn Smith was elected sec
retai> Donald E Leflon.
HodaU secretary. Myra Fair,
treasurer. and Jon Lovy, aatod
ate treasurer Serving as im
mediate past president is I. Jules
Ark i n
Tlie 1W1 A Board of Directors
of the Federation was also elected
at the annual meeting It COOritfl
of a broad cross-section of repre
senUtives of the Greater Miami
Jewish community. now
estimated to number "225.000
IN HIS acceptance address.
Continued on Page 5-A
t
1
Harry Levy
Approval
Voiced For
Israel Raid
See related stories throughout Section A
but "those Arab states includ-
ing Iraq that persist in pro-
NEW YORK (JTA) -
Leaders of major Jewish
organizations have issued
statements vigorously de-
fending Israel's raid on
Iraq's nuclear reactor and
assailing critics of the
attack for forcing Israel to
act when other countries
failed to do so.
Howard Squadron, chairman
of the Conference of Presidents of
Major American Jewish Organi-
zations, said it was not Israel.
claiming themselves at war with
a 'Zionist entity' they have
pledged themselves to liquidate"
which should be condemned.
DECLARING that Iraq bad
made no secret "of its intention
to use the nuclear capacity it was
acquiring. against Israel,"
Squadron said the western coun-
tries that supplied Iraq with the
material to produce nuclear
weapons "disregarded Israel's
Continued on Page 11-A
On Capitol Hill
Congressional Leaders
Cite 'Analogy9 With Cuba
By DAVID FRIEDMAN
WASHINGTON -
(JTA) Congressional
supporters of Israel are
stressing the "Cuban an-
alogy" in arguing that
Israel did not violate
United States law in using
American-made weapons to
destroy Iraq's nuclear
reactor.
This argument maintains that
Israel | action was no different
than what the US threatened to
do in 1962 when Cuba was instal-
ling Soviet made missiles with
nutk-ar warheads. But when this
analog was offered to the State
Department spokesman Dean
Piachar, he replied. "I don't want
to make any comparisons.
The "Cuban analogy" has been
stressed by Senate Minority
Whip Alan Cranston (D., Calif!
who declared that the Israeli
action was "inevitable" and said
that he had long warned of the
danger of the Iraqi reactor.
IN AN article in the Sew York
Times. Cranston, a member of
the Senate Foreign Relations
Committee, said that Israel felt a
danger that was similar to that
faced by the Kennedy adminis-
tration when "a hostile unstable
country near our border Cuba
was developing, with Soviet
'id. a nuclear strike capability."
An even stronger statement
was made on the house floor by
Hep. Tom Lantos 11) Calif. I who
aid, Israel did exactly what we
would do in our part of the
world" if an unfriendly neighbor-
ing country posed a nuclear
threat to the U.S.
Lantos. a member of the House
Continued on Page 12-A
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Friday, Jt
Mrs. Ella Kahn (third from left} and her daughter. Iris Levy, at dedication ceremonies of
Florida House, a new teaching facility of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. With them are
University President Avraham Harmon (center) and Vice President Dr. Bernard Cher-rick.
Right are Norma Penzler, Andrea Schlanger and Marsha Katt. The ceremonies honored the
late George Kahn, a major contributor to Florida House.
Headlines
Florida House at Hebrew University
When the Faculty of Humanities of the Hebrew
University moves to the University's Mount
Scopus campus with the beginning of the 1981-82
academic year, hundreds of students of languages
and literature will benefit from a new teaching
facility. Florida House One of its major contribu-
tors was the late George Kahn. of Hallandale.
who was commemorated at a dedication ceremony
at the university on May 15.
University President Avraham Harman hosted
the ceremony which was attended by Mr. Kahn 8
widow. Ella: daughter. Iris Levy, of Tulsa. Okla :
nieces. Norma Penzler. of New York City, and
Marsha Kat/ of Long Island: and his friend and
lawyer. Andrea Schlanger. of Tulsa. Also present
were University Vice President Bernard Cherrick
and faculty members of the University's Institute
of Languages. Literature and Art.
Theodore K. Mann of Philadelphia was elected
chairman of the National Conference on Soviet
Jewry (NC'SJl at its Hoard of Governors meeting
last Sunday He succeeds Burton S. Levinson of
Loa Angeles, who served in the post since 1979.
Mann was elected to the organizagon's top
offke after serving as chairman of the Conference
of Presidents of Major American Jewish
Organizations from 1978 to 1980. and chairman of
I he National Jewish Community Relations Ad-
visory Council from 1976 to 1980.
An attorney. Mann is a vice president of the
American Jewish Congress and a member of the
Kxecutive Committee of the Federation of Jewish
Agencies of Philadelphia
Iteelected as vice-chairpersons were Donald
IjOtton of Miami and Nan Wood. National Council
of Jewish Women
cull to jihad (holy war) against Israel and any
other country defined as an enemy of Islam."
Two of the world's most distinguished ac-
tresses. Helen Hayes and Molly Picon, were
honored by the Brandeis University National
Women's Committee last week during the organi
ration's 33rd annual conference on the Brandeis
Campus in Waltham. Mass
Miss Hayes, the "First Lady of the American
Theater." and Molly Picon, the "First Lady of the
Yiddish Theater." each received the Abram L.
Sachar Silver Medallion at the BUNWC's ban-
quet in Levin Ballroom of the Usdan Student
Center.
The Abram I. Sachar Award, established in
I9fih as a tribute to Brandeis' first president and
i now its chancellor emeritus, is presented annually
: to one of the nation s outstanding women by the
I BUNWC. whose purpose is the support of the
' Brandeis Libraries Ths is the first time the award
, has bwn shared
Jacob Stein of Great Neck. NY., has been
ap|M>inled to serve as special adviser to the White
House Stein, who is attached to the Office of
I Public Liaison, will be involved with policy coor-
ilmaiion with the Office of Policy Development.
I the National Security Council, and the United
Stales Commission to the United Nations.
Si.'in received a Bachelor of Science degree
from Columbia University in New York. He has
been active in civic organizations and is a
prominent leader in the Jewish community.
ftaoul Wallenberg, the missing hero of the Hoi
ocaust mIk> Hvsd some 100.000 Jewish lives in
Hungary during World War II is being honored
with the 1981 Roger Joseph Prize of the Hebrew
Union College Jewish Institute of Religion, it was
announced this week by Dr. Alfred Gottschalk.
president of the college
The prize, which carries a $10,000 award, was
presented to \\ allenU-rg in absentia at the
college s annual ordination ceremonies Sunday at
Temple Kmanu-EI in New York City.
Wallenberg's sister. Mrs. Nina Lagergren of
Stockholm, flew to New York to accept the prize
on his behalf
I.
Abraham Foxman. associate national director
of the Ami Defamation League of B'nai B'rith.
has called on the United Nations Educational.
Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO)
to reject a proposal submitted by several Arab
states which would be an "international en
dorsement of an Islamic missionary, political and
ld.it.Tit ly anti Semitii campaign ''
Foxman told the annual meeting of the B'nai
B'rith HUM Commission in Washington that
approval of the proposed |oint wnture submitted
!>> Saudi Arabia ami the (Julf States on behalf of
the Islamic Stat*-s Broadcasting Organization
(ISIK)l would violate the Charter of I'M SCO
led the proposed program of radio and
Wm broadcasts "an electronic mosque for the
Dr Abdel Meguid, Deputy Prime Minister for
I < onomics and Finance of the Arab Republic of
: Egypt, will be an honored guest and speaker at
! the International Weizmann Leadership Confer
.no at ih. Century Plaza Hotel in Los Angeles
this weekend
The conference, which is sponsored by the
American Committee for the Weizmann Institute
of Science, will highlight the achievements of the
Wei/mann Institute of Science, a world-ranking
center of scientific research based in Israel which,
since its founding, has made many impressive
contributions to medicine, industry and agricul-
ture through its pioneering research in the natural
sciences
\nne K ( dauber has been appointed director of
. 1 < Si York State regional office of the Ann
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News in Brief
Begin: Get Missiles Out Or We'll Get Them Out
TEL AVIV Prime Minister
lUenKhem Begin told an en-
thusiastic nd chanting election
-Hv in Netanya Sunday night
H lf 9perial US. Envoy Philip
Hibib did not succeed m getting
^ Syrians to withdraw their
mtfsiles from Lebanon and the
ij-non Syrian border. "Raful
.Chief of Staff Gen. Rafael Eitan)
-d Yanosh (the Northern Area
commander) will ensure that they
gt removed."
Begin *aid. "there will be no
nr. but I promise you that there
mil'be no missiles, either. It will
ato some time. No matter We
know patience. Now we are ex-
porting the arrival of Mr. Philip
Hibib lie will be in Damascus.
He will come here on Wednesday.
1 will from him what happened
Will the missiles move?." I'll ask
hm. or won't they? Are you
moving them or not? If you don't
move them, then we will move
them
JERUSALEM Prime Min-
rter Menachem Begin and
Foreign Minister Yitzhak Shamir
bnefed the Cabinet Sunday on
the latest political developments
insing from Israel's air raid on
Iraq s nuclear reactor June 7. The
issue became further embroiled in
election campaign politics when
Cabinet Secretary Arye Naor.
following the session, issued a
statement accusing the oppo-
siion Labor Party of disseminat-
ing "falsa propaganda" about the
ittack that encouraged other
countnt- to condemn it
The Labor Alignment retorted
that Naor I statement was ad-
ditional proof that Likud in-
tended tn ust' the raid on Iraq as
in risetion issue and said the
Alignment would not acquiesce
n men .i development Begin
meanwhile issued a direct call to
the American public and the Rea-
gan VJmirustration to alter its
negative reactions to the at-
tack And Labor Opposition
eader Shimon Peres declared
here that he no longer regards
the cabinet as Israel's govern-
ment but as the election cam-
paign headquarters of the
Likud
Pert-, accused the Prime
Minister of "using state organs"
Rabbi Walter S. Wurzburger,
professor of philosophy at
Yeshiva University in New
York, has been elected presi-
dent of the Synagogue Council
of America, the national co-
ordinating agency for Con-
servative, Orthodox and
Reform rabbinic and con-
gregational organizations.
Rabbi Wurzburger, who -i-
spiritual leader of Congrega-
tion Shaaray Tefila,
Lawrence, N.Y., and a past
president of the Rabbinical
Council of America, succeeds
Rabbi Arthur J. Lelyveld, of
Fairmont Temple. Cleveland.
Rabbi Lelyveld was named
honorary president.
in the pursuit of his election
campaign
WASHINGTON The Rea
gan Administration went out of
its way Friday to deny there had
been any difference of opinion on
its decision to stop delivery of
four F-16 planes to Israel be-
tween Defense Secretary Caspar
W einberger and other top Ad-
ministration officials.
Prime Minister Menachem
Begin charged earlier that Wein-
berger had wanted harsher
penalties against Israel for its air
raid which destroyed Iraq's nu-
clear plant. However, he said.
Secretary of State Alexander
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Haig and National Security Ad-
viser Richard Allen opposed
Weinberger. This dispute had
been widely reported in Wash-
ington before Begin made his
charges.
The State Department issued a
statement Friday saying that
"the Presidents national
security advisers, including the
Secretaries of State and Defense
and the National Security Coun-
cil Advisers, made a unified
recommendation to the President
on steps he should take in re-
sponse to the Israeli attack on
the Iraqui reactor." Weinberger
himself said later that he made no
such recommendations.
AMSTERDAM The
Netherlands Council of Churches
has issued a statement on the
Christian attitude towards the
Jewish people and on the State of
Israel, as well as anti-Semitism.
The lengthy statement says
that Christians must not deny
the fundamental right of
existence of the State of Israel
and must not forget the special
connection between the Jewish
people and the Christian church.
The Christian church must
show solidarity with the Jewish
people and the State of Israel,
but within this framework, critic-
ism of the State of Israel is
allowed The statement opposes
any form of discrimination of
minorities, and in particular any
anti-Semitism, in view of the spe-
cial relation between the Chris-
tian church and the Jewish
people.
The lasting loyalty of God to
the Jewish people and his alliance
with Moses has not been super-
seded by the advent of Jesus.
GROSSINGERS, NY.
Warning against any intellectual
atmosphere in America which in-
creasingly favors views reflected
in the positions of such con-
servative Christian groups as the
Moral Majority, a Re
constructionist leader said here
Sunday that "the liberal voice of
Judaism must not be silenced"
and that that viewpoint "is just
as moral as the viewpoint of
those who oppose all progress."
The warning, which included a
caution against "Conservative
Jewish publications." was made
by Rabbi Ludwig Nadelmann,
president of the Jewish Re-
constructionist Federation, at a
plenary session on the last day of
the four-day annual convention
here of the Reconstructionist
movement.
WASHINGTON Israeli
Ambassador Ephraim Evron has
rejected charges that Israel had
not exhausted diplomatic efforts
before its Air Force destroyed
Iraq's nuclear reactor.
Speaking at a meeting of the
Board of Trustees of the Union of
American Hebrew Congregations
and its Commission on Social
Action. Evron noted that when
the late Yigal AUon was Israel's
Foreign Minister in 1966, he first
warned of the danger to Israel
from the nuclear plant being built
in Iraq. The envoy said that since
then. Israel had talked to France,
which built the plant. Italy,
which supplied it. and the United
States.
about it, we
it, we pleaded
We talked
warned about
about it with three Secretaries
of State." Cyrus Vance, Edmund
Muskie and Alexander Haig,
Evron said
Evron told the Reform leaders
that only last March Haig ex-
pressed "concern" over the
possibility of nuclear weapon* in
the hands ol such countries as
Iraq.
TORONTO According to a
telephone call received Sunday
by Genya Intrator, chairman of
the Canadian Committee for Sov-
iet Jewry, the trial date in the
case of Victor Brailovsky was set
for Wednesday. June 17, at 10
a.m. in Lublinsky Peoples Court
:n Moscow.
Vladimir Prestin, a 10-year
refusenik. has received notice to
appear as witness. Cybernitisist
Brailovsky is charged under
Chapter 9 of Crimes Against the
System of Administration, article
190-1, in the circulation of
fabrications known to be false de-
faming the Soviet State and
social system.
Brailovsky s wife, Irina, was
told by the Judge that he was
offered a defending lawyer by the
Moscow College of Advocates,
but that Brailovsky refused to
accept. Irina was not permitted
to see her husband.
Va, Nazis Sell 'Victory
Bonds* for Power Push
WASHINGTON (JTA) -
A Nazi group in Alexandria, Va.
is selling "victory bonds" for
$880 to be redeemed for $8,800
this year after it comes into
power in the United States. This
gimmick" was revealed in a
speech on the House floor last
week by Rep. Tom Lantos (D..
Calif), who urged that the
Reagan Administration in-
vestigate what he said could be a
"lucrative" scheme.
"Just a couple of weeks ago I
stood a few feet from the Presi-
dent of the United States as he
denounced with feeling and
passion the Nazis of another
era." Lantos said, recalling the
Holocaust Remembrance Day
ceremony at the White House.
"I call on President Reagan
today to request the Attorney
General, the Commissioner of
Internal Revenue, and the chair-
man of the Securities and
Exchange Commission'-(SKC) to
undertake an immediate and full-
scale investigation, at the highest
level, of this malicious Nazi
maneuver."
The SEC reportedly began an
investigation of the bonds sale
after a member who quit the Na-
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Party demanded his money back.
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Friday. June 19. 1981

Hypocrites Offer Pragmatism,
They're Mum on Praise
Continued from Page 1-A
The issue is that Saddam Hussein has been in
holy pursuit of a "Moslem bomb.** an atomic capa-
bility geared toward weaponry, and that he has re-
peatedly vowed to use it against Israel once he
achieves u Israel alone.
These are the issues, no others, which are sheer
smokescreens for the spate of international hypocrisy
now attached to the attempt to punish Israel. And
the issue* boil down to just one consideration: how
quickly would Iraq achieve that nuclear capability,
and how soon after that would Iraq begin dropping
atom bombs on Israel?
The hypocritical west, including the nauseously
hypocritical French who supplied Baghdad with the
(Kirak reactor in the first place, pooh-pooh this con-
sideration as an unlikely possibility. Osirak, they
say. was merely a research facility without the capa-
bility of producing atomic bombs.
Observes the prestigious Wall Street Journal:
This kind of silliness has a mysterious power to
blind most who man foreign ministries, think tanks
and editoral sanctums. Of course Iraq was building a
bomb. Of course its intended target was Israel. Of
course, given the Iraqi reputation for political nutti-
ness reaffirmed again in its starting a war with Iran,
its atom bomb would also have been a danger to all
its neighbors. We all ought to get together and send
the Israelis a vote of thanks."
A vote of thanks?Not the hypocritical west. The
hypocritical west, so critically reliant upon Arab oil.
a noose created by and tightened by their own oil
cartels, now say they wanted the Israelis to gamble
their lives and their destiny and their survival on this
fairy tale assessment of Baghdad's atomic possibili-
ties And on Baghdad's word.
But which western nation, short possibly of our
own. as shown by our self-destructive policy of re-
siraini vis-a-vis a Russian nuclear presence in
Cuba would depend upon the word of an implacable
enemy that no atomic belligerence was intended?
It is clearly a matter of pure speculation as to
just how privately pleased other Arab capitals were
l>> Israel air strike against Osirak although
there is telling evidence to suggest that such pleasure
was clear And clear, too. in the western capitals, al-
though you d never know it. not from their sham,
shanty calls for sanctions, condemnation, censure
hardly the vote of thanks which the Wall Street
Journal opines the Israelis deserve.
Indeed, in Washington, the moguls there, in-
cluding Secretary of Defense Caspar Weinberger,
whose well-documented ties with the Bechtel Corp.,
and that corporation's equally well-documented
business dealings with Saudi Arabia, could do no less
than show their displeasure by maneuvering a halt to
the shipment of four F-16's to Israel to let their
opposite numbers in Araby see just how punitive
they can be.
All this by-play aside, in the end, with no visible
Arab support of a peace movement in the Middle
Fast, as demonstrated by U.S. Envoy Philip
Habib's painful shuttle failure; with no world con-
cern for Syria's destructive campaign against the
Christian community in Lebanon, and Syria's ap-
parent plan to make Lebanon into a permanent
staging area for war against Israel; with Egypt's
growing restiveness in the face of an international
boycott of the Camp David accords led by the
cowardly supporters of the 1980 Venice Declaration
of the European Economic Community; in short,
with little or no sign of friendship anywhere, and
given Israel's growing world isolation especially from
erstwhile traditional friends among the EEC nations,
there was little left but for Israel to act in her own
survival interest.
And in our own, although we will never admit it.
What would the hypocrites of the globe do but
say ttk-tsk were Israel indeed destroyed by an Iraqi
bomb? Given a new set of geopolitical facts by an ,
Arab victory, the world would accept them aa
they have never accepted the Realpolitik of any
Israeli victory in the past.
And so, their assessments now of Prime Min-
ister Begin are not welcome. They are simply beside
the point they and their propagandists lackeys in
the high halls of government and in the editorial
boardrooms of the world's "free" press.
Arafat's Piece-of-Israel Plan
IN AN article written for The
Miami Herald. Rep. Paul Fin-
dley. of Illinois, the No. 1 public
relations officer these days for
the Palestine Liberation Or-
ganization m the United States,
argues that "a solution to th<
Palestinian problem remains the
key to a lasting Mideast peace.
Rep. Findley ought to be taken
seriously, it only because he is the
ranking Republican on the Kuro-
pean and Middle Kastem Sub-
committee of the House Com
mitteeon Foreign Affairs.
Reluctantly. 1 say that he
ought to be taken seriously Such
a prestigious position after all
suggests savvy. But then there is
the quid pro quo, presumably in
the name of PLO Chief Yasir
Arafat, he holds out for Israel
should the Israelis elect to come
to a rapprochement with the
Palestinian Arabs baaed on his
offer. It is not the venial sin of
vanity that encourages Findley
to propose it. It is a far more
mortal offense, something like
f
Leo
Hindi.n
wmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm^'
arrogance. t)r possibly sheer
cupidity.
HERE IS a sample of Fin
dley's tomfoolery: In November.
1978. Arafat is reported to have
told Findley that the PLO would
accept an independent Pal-
estinian state "consisting of the
West Bank and Gaza, with
connecting corridor." One
should, of course, add that Arafat
would accept it for nou. for
starters, as an appetizer to a
much bigger feed later on.
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But even Arafat's starter is
enough to cause heartburn be
cause what a corridor would do is
clear enough. It would cut Israel
in two. among other thaigi
making the country's defi
problems all the more complex
than they are today. In any ,
the beneficent Arafat in r.
pledged the following to Fine.
The renunciation of an
all violent means to enlarge th,
terntor> of that new
Palestinian) state
The granting of
recognition to the State o
We would live at peace with all
our neightbors "
ISN'T THAT just grand'1 Rep
Findley thinks so Never mind
that Arafat pointedly refuse
jure recognition of Israel which
would automatically indue
facto recognition No. he Ui
commit himself only to de faetc
recognition which, of course, don
not include de jure And the
reason is clear, as Findley himself
translates the Arafat message to
us in his capacity as Arafai -,.,:
vance man
While the PLO. given thoM
circumstances, would renounce
all violent action against Israel in
order to enlarge the territory of a
new Palestinian slate, old
scruffy, loveable Yasir nonethe-
less attaches yet another ion
dition to his de facto recognition
plan
"I would. he is quoted bv
Findley. reserve the right ot
course, to use non-violent m>
that is to say diplomatic
democratic means, to bring about
the eventual unification ol I
Palestine
( >! course
ARAFAT'S appearance
the United Nations m
garbed mainly in kefayel
revolver, is I think an exi n
( ontinuedon Pane 1.1 A
European Report
Western Capitals Criticize Osirak Raid
Bv EDWIN BYTAN | Paris
And MAI RICK SAMIFLSON |London]
Western Furopean governments are
sharply critical of Israel's air raid that destroyed a
French-built nuclear facility in Iraq. The British Foreign
Office called it a grave breach of international law which
could have the most serious consequence--.."
In Fans. Israeli Am-
bassador Meir Kosennewas
summoned to the French
Foreign Ministry to receive
a stern rebuke by Foreign
Minister Claude Cheysson
tor Israel's "violation of in-
ternational law."


He was told that contrary to
Israel's claim that no none was
hurt in the raid, a 25 year-old
French engineer. Damien
Chaussepied. was killed and oth-
er French nationals in the scienti-
fic task force assisting Iraq were
placed in serious danger.
Italy, which also has tech-
nicians in Iraq, expressed grave
concern over the raid but said
none of its nationals was injured
THE STATEMENT by the
Foreign Office in London that the
Israeli attack appears to have
been unprovoked, drew a reply
from the Israeli Embassy there
which claimed that the Foreign
Office "predictably ignores the
fact that Iraq claims consistent
ty to be in a state of war with Is-
rael and is the only Arab belli-
gerent in the conflict that has
continually refused to sign any
ceasefire or armistice agreement
with Israel."
Winston Churchill, a Con-
servative MP. vigorously ap-
plauded the Israeli raid. "Israel
waa absolutely right and had no
alternative but to take out the
Iraqi nuclear capability. ha said
Chun-hill ha- bwa a strong
critic of Frame role in helping
the Iraip-
The Soviet I'nmn meanwhile
condemned the Israeli air strike
on Iraq as a barbarous act
THE SITUATION in France
is ambiguous Despite French
anger and official condemnations
of Israel, political circles in Pahs
believe that the new ad-
ministration of President
Francois Mitterrand is. if any-
thing, relieved at not having to
cope any longer with the "Iraqi
connection" entered into by
former President Valery discard
d'Estaing and his Premier,
Jacques Chirac
Mitterrand was torn between
his commitment to honor all of
France- previous pledgi
contract- and hi- often
opposition to thi
nuclear know-how i
atetea
halted whether Fraro -
r. place the destroyed e \ i
in Iraq, Premier Pierre Ma
aid, "II i request wi
lia\i lo Stud) 1 ''
ha\e alrea.h Weighed he I
the I French! governm-
w.i- reported meanwhile
France has evacuated nio-t
personnel from the Iraqi
site
FOLLOWING hi- loterview
with Foreign Minister Cheysson.
\mhassadnr Rosenne told
French tea-vision that \n>
country' endangered by DU<
bombs like Israel was would have
acted in the same way He *
the attack would not have '
necessary if weapon grade
nium had not been supplied t<>
Iraq.
The Israeli envoy dismissed a
report by the International
Atomic Energy Commission tnat
the Iraqi plant did not have a
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Volume 54
17 SIVAN 5741
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Citizenship for Wallenberg
By DAVID FRIEDMAN
WASHINGTON JTA) -
A bill granting honorary Unitad
g^t^s atixanship to Raoul
Wilhobffg. tbm Swedish dipkv
lt who rescued 100.000
Hungarian Jsws from the Natfa.
^ recomroendsd lor approval
bv two subcommittee of the
House Foreign Affairs Com-
mittee. Rep Tom Lnntoa (D
Calif.) who poneored the bill.
aotad that thie would be only the
Mcond time Congress has
panted honorary citizenship to a
foreigner The only other such
pant was to Winston Churchill.
The bill also calls on the Soviet
Union, which is believed to be
holding Wallenberg ever since he
.as arrested by the Red Army in
Budapest in January. 1946. to
reveal Wallenberg's whereabouts
and to free him.
LANTOS. who himself was
rescued by Wallenberg when he
was 16 years old. told s joint
meeting of the Subcommittees on
Europe and the Middle East and
Human Rights and International
Organizations, that Secretary of
State Alexander Haig has
assured him that President Rea-
gan supports the legislation.
The Administration did not
send a representative to the
hearing Instead. Richard Fair-
banks. Assistant Secretary of
State for Congressional Rela-
tions, sent a letter in which he
said the Department does not ob-
ject to the bill But. he noted.
giving Wallenberg honorary cit-
izenship, "does not confer on the
United States any new in-
ternational legal right, duty or
privilege on which basis to con-
front the Soviets on their in-
defensible incsreerstion of
Wallenberg.'' However, he
stressed that the action "would
serve to underscore the serious-
ness in which the American
government and people view
Soviet behavior in the Wallen-
berg case.'"
Fairbanks added that the U.S.
plans to continue to express our
concern over the Wallenberg case
at every appropriate opportunity
and to continue to cooperate with
the government of Sweden, and
tl) other interested parties to ob-
tain a clarification of Wallen-
berg state."
Rep Jack Kem (R N.Y.I in
supporting the bill, read a letter
from Rabbi Abraham Cooper, of
the Simon Weisenthal Center for
Holocaust Sudiee at Yeshtva
University of Loa Angeles urging
the Foreign Affair Committee to
demand of the government full
documentation of the Wallenberg
case Cooper charged that the
State Department and other
government agencies had only
released about 80 percent of the
documents in the case.
THE COMMITTEE also re-
ceived a statement from former
Federation Gives
Nod To Levy
Continued from Page 1 A
L*v> said that the Greater
Miami Jewish community has
entered the 1960s with s maturity
and awareness which usually
appears much later in a commu
mty s growth a maturity and
bareness which have enabled it
to respond with innovation and
ssertivenaaa to chsnging
conditions."
He pledged "continued dedu-
ction to the Jewiah community's
Program of social and hu-
nuwitarian services both in
yreatar Miami and wherever
Jews find themselves in need in
'reel and overseas."
Secretary of State Edmund
Muskie which outlined the back-
ground of the Wallenberg mis-
sion. Wallenberg then a young
businessman wss sent to
Hungary by the Swedish govern-
ment and the request of the U.S.
War Refuges Board.
Lantoe said be hoped Congress
would be able to adopt the legis-
lation by Jury 9, the 37th anni-
versary of Wallenberg's arrival in
Budapest. He said he has 275 co-
signers to his resolution. Sen.
Claibome Pell (I) R.I.). who has
introduced a companion reso-
lution in the Senate says he has
51 co-sponsors and hopes the
Senate Foreign Relations Com-
mittee can hold hearings soon
Pell stressed that the U.S. has
an obligation to Wallenberg and
his family. "Certainly our
country owes it to Raoul Wallen-
berg to try to secure for him the
same life and liberty he brought
to so many others.'" he said.
ANOTHER Congressional
witness. Rep. Millicent Fenwick.
IK N J I said that Wallenberg
"was in this terrible century .
an example of a hero in the an-
cient classic mold." She said he
saw people surfer and acted
regardless of their religion.
Lantoe noted that granting
Wallenberg honorary citizenship
would show posterity that the
U.S. did something to help the
victims of the Nazis. "Ha acted
for the conscience of our country
and now we must act for him,"
Lantoa said.
While the Soviet Union claims
that Wallenberg died while in
prison there. Lsntos said he be-
lieves he is alive because many
independent witnesses have de-
scribed seeing a Swedish prisoner
in Soviet prisons. Lsntos de-
scribed Wallenbwerg's effort to
save Jews and others from the
Nazis.
He said he was forever im-
provising documents that people
were able to use for their rescue.
He said Wallenberg's example
had a "multiplying" effect be-
cause other Embassies began to
follow his lead in helping Jews
Waldheim'8 HimselfAs Usual;
Taking Partial Stand Again
By YITZHAK RABI
UNITED NATIONS (JTA) Israel has ex-
pressed "profound regret" over Secretary General Kurt
Waldheim s statement condemning the Israeli operation
against Iraq's nuclear reactor.
In a statement issued here by Yehuda Blum, Israel's
Ambassador to the United Nations, Israel said that "the
Secretary General has once again seen fit to arbitrarily
prejudge a matter of extreme complexity."
BLUM CHARGED that Waldheim "has again ex-
ceeded the limits of his office as the chief administrative
officer of an organization in which states representing a
diversity of interests are members. Thus he has given up
any semblance of the impartiality required by his office."
Blum recalled in his statement that Waldheim failed
to condemn the Iraqi invasion of Iran last year and did
not denounce "the repeated calls for jihad (holy war)
against Israel made by Saudi Arabia and other Arab and
non-Arab members of the United Nations."
In fact, Blum noted, Waldheim attended the summit
of the Islamic conference held in Taif this January "in full
knowledge that that call would be repeated and endorsed
by those participating."
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Veil Addresses Holocaust Gathering
ByHUGHORGEL
TEL AVIV (JTA) -
Mme. Simone Veil, presi-
dent of the Council of
Europe, and former French
Cabinet minister, told a
gathering of Nazi Holo-
caust survivors here Sun-
day night that the thought
of Palestine had kept alive
a spark of hope in the
hearts of the Jews in con-
centration camps during
World War II.
Madame Veil, addressing a
reception here before Monday
night's formal opening of the
four-day Camp Survivors
International Conference, opened
her remarks with a brief
memorial to her father, mother
and brother who had perished in
the camps. She herself is a camp
survivor.
VEIL CAME to Israel for 24-
hour visit to address the opening
meeting. She said she had been
asked before leaving Paris why
the meeting should be held
in Israel, and had replied that
this was the only place it could be
held.
The initiator and driving force
behind the gathering. Ernest
Mitchel. of New York, estimates
that of the three million Jews
who survived out of the nine mil-
lion who lived in Europe before
the war. between 300.000 and
400,000 had passed through the
concentration camps and sur-
vived. Moat of them are now
living in Israel
Mme. Veil said "We are fight-
ing against forgetfulness about
the Holocaust. There are already
people who claim the Holocaust
never happened. But all of here
are witnesses, and we shall make
our voices heard."
STEFAN GRAYEK. president
of the World Federation of
Jewish Fighters, Partisans and
Camp Inmates, told the gather-
ing that the world had remained
indifferent when he and his
comrades had sent secret mes-
sages to London in the name of
the Jews of Warsaw during t heir
ghetto fight, appealing for the
allies to bomb the Auschwitz
Camp installations.
He referred to recent manifes-
tations of renewed anti-Semitism
throughout the world and said
the camp survivors were duty-
bound to draw attention to the
dangers, including those arising
from the sale by West Germany
Madame Veil, addressing
a reception here before
Monday n,ght's fornia,
opening of the fou,dal
^amp Survivors Inter-
national Conference
opened her remarks with
a brief memorial to her
E*E "other and
brother who had perished
m the camps. She herself
is a camp survivor.
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"It is our duty not to form
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yaig Didrrt Do It
jrael's 'Violation' Yet to be Weighed
IDAVID FRIEDMAN
^SHINC'TON -
| The State De-
ent denies that Sec-
of State Alexander
i letter to Congress,
that Israel may
Committed a "sub-
, violation*' of its
agreement with the
J States by using
[made planes to bomb
,,iqi nuclear plant, was
5fort by the Reagan
listration to "pass
xk" of a hot issue to
rislalive branch.
Ptsaage, a Department
un. also denies that the
utraiion decision to
the shipments of four
Ve a means of pressuring
i lessen its opposition to
of AW ACS reconnais-
tnes to Saudi Arabia. He
\\\ UN planes trans
\.- a program that "stands
ion merits and is not
i an> other arms delivery
LNWH1LE. the Senate
Relations Committee
cted to hold hearings
; and the House Foreign
i Committee after that, on
lietter Mil to Congress.
I letter js s'nt to Capitol
an hour after Haig
a to l-racl Ambassador
Fa run Kvron said
i~ datpl) disappointed"
decision l>ut reiterated
1-r.i. \\ raid was an act of
. ..
ttei Haig suni that
liavaa that in
mi r lbs to
lr.i|i plant a sub
n ( the 19.V2
igreemanl (with
irre^l 11m
\|>ort Control \c>
'. 9 arms sold
r\ i an be used
\KK conducting a
I ol this i niire matter and
I the n of
that this action was
or it-. defense because
tor was intended to
iatonm iMimbs and would
"I* rational very soon
l. "mi it became opera
Lan att.i. k would have been
Bible In-caus* it could not
,nl <>ut without exposing
Bidents of Baghdad to
< radioactive lethal fall-
f Haig letter said.
our discussions with
I continue, and while your
itte4s) is considering this
the President has
the suspension, for the
M*'ng. of four F-16 aircraft
'nad been scheduled for this
frustration spokesmen
PW the suspension affected
^* lour Fl6s and no other
^equipment being sent to
At the State Department.
tressed that Haig had not
E^t the shipment would be
rP until the Reagan Admin
"** completes its review, or
Congress completes its
"* hut only "for the time
A source said it is
f* that the Administration
ver make a decision on
^Israel violated the law
S IS what observers
happen. They do expect
mir"Mration to reach some
""Kim* with Israel on
"indents, while not
"K Israel Ix-vond a tern
'"11 Almost no
ongress would cut
2? *> -
prevent the spread" of nuclear
proliferation. "This event might
offer a suitable opportunity for
all countries to take a good" look
at nuclear programs that have
the effect of spreading potentially
dangerous technology Hut
Passage rejected a suggestion
that the Israeli Sunday raid
might have had a "beneficial
effect."
On the AW ACS. Passage
denies reports that the Adminis-
tration has decided to send to
Congress during the week of July
8 its proposal for selling AWACS
and enhancement equipment for
F-15s to Saudi Arabia. He said
the Administration was still
working on the proposal.
Department spokesman Dean
Fischer admits that Deputy Sec-
retary of State William Clark met
with Kvron last week and also
gave a letter to the Israeli envoy,
but he refuses to give any details.
Clark reportedly criticized Israel
for its strong lobbying efforts
against the arms package to
Saudi Arabia.
Sadat's Arab Claim On
Jerusalem Studied
By DAVID LANDAU
JERUSALEM (JTA) Israel has offered a low
key response to President Anwar Sadat's assertion that
the Palestinian people have an eternal religious right to
Jerusalem. An official communique reminds the Egyptian
leader that "Jerusalem is the eternal capital of Israel, one
city, indivisible."
SADAT'S REMARKS, in a message to the League
of Arab and Islamic Nations, came on the eve of Jeru-
salem Day festivities here marking the 14th anniversary
of the reunification of the city. They were discussed at a
weekly Cabinet session at which the situation in Lebanon
and the missile crisis with Syria were also on the agenda.
Observers here noted that Sadat's remarks were
made on the eve of his meeting with Premier Menachem
Begin at Sharm el-Sheikh on June 4.
The relatively mild reply indicated that Begin wants
to avoid public polemics with Sadat at this time.
THE COMMUNIQUE said: "In response to the
statement and call of the President of the Arab Egyptian
Republic, Mr. Anwar Sadat, concerning Jerusalem, the
government of Israel states the following:
"Jerusalem is the eternal capital of Israel, one city,
indivisible. Free access is assured to members of all
religions to their holy places in accordance with the law of
the land, since the liberation and reunification of
Jerusalem."
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Page 9-A
Weigh Move to Sun Belt Very Carefully
The
BySAULSCHWARZ
United Statea Census
-u reported recently that in
Z\en years from 1970 to 1980
-t states of the Union showed
^ 0f at least 10 percent in
Stir aged population, but some
By zoomed Nevada's elderly
ijopiilation increased by 98
Trent An/ona went up 80
wrcent. while Florida rose 63
[rrrent. Hawaii 59 percent and
EH Mexico 55 percent
[ObMously. these large increases
L the lunbah states are due to
BUfration- <>f elderly from
[frostier climai and not an acceler
[an of the aging process of their
ludigenou- imputations.
This information and the fact
that whenever two or more
lutirees meet the question of relo
lotion to the sunbelt inevitably
Irises, prompts me to set down
Inote thoughts on the matter.
MY ADVICE is that you think
Itwre before you uproot yourself
laid head for the sun belt Ask
I yourself a lot of questions. Talk
|nth those who have done it.
anttad u and returned. The
I fallow inn are the most frequently
I Hated reasons:
The> missed their family.
I friends children and grandchil-
[4>n (though not always in that
I order) Old age has been
I ascribed as a process of losing
I things, among them one's
jawuse. friends, and associates
|hy speed up the process by
I moving away from them, break-
lag those ties when you need
I them moat? After all. if you live
I fang enough you will find your
|Jf alone in a world full of young
lanuigers Time enough to be
|bnel> then
It is exceedingly difficult to
I find employment, full or part-
time, in t hose sun belt retirement
communities and not everyone
an find satisfaction in the end
less round of bingo nights
birthday parties, dances, com-
mercialized entertainment, and
| irtsy-craftsy projects Even golf
nd tennis pall after a while.
Uisure is fine in moderation but
most of us would prefer to wear
our rather than rust out.
Many people, even those who
never thought of themselves as
nature lovers, discover that they
miss the change of seasons, par-
ticularly spring when the bud-
K and greening of trees and
rubs speaks of renewal, rebirth
"fe Ah yes. but what about
Jhe winter with its snow, ice and
mgid blasts? If it gets too rough
' you. and you can afford it. by
J means spend a couple of weeks
a Honda, or some like place, and
| pe that you wont hit a cold
Pell there.
Life in those retirement
*{, especially in the aun belt
like being in a geriatric prison.
v01" are surrounded by old
People who always seem to look
*jw older than you). Children,
wolescents and the middle aged
een only when they come to
grandma and grandpa. May
wrement villages even limit the
*Wh of their vieit. Some are
" fenced off for aacurity
"sons and have guards at the
pies who check every incoming
utomobile for identification
cept of course the seemingly
" present ambulances on their
y to pick up the latest heart
"ck victim!
It also turns out that the cost
"'living ia not thmt much less in
su" belt. Energy costs, which
mounting every day and seem
have no relationahip to the law
upply and demand, are less
**use one uses less fuel and
P0**^ except for air-conditioning
"the summer). But food.
***>ng and other asaantiali are
are the rip-off artists who seek to
victimize the elderly by all kinds
of frauds and misrepresentations.
Because there are so many
elderly the sun belt is their happy
hunting ground.
SAUL SCHWARTZ is retired
associate executive rice
president of the Jewish
Community Federation of
Metropolitan Xew Jersey.
Currently, he is a private
consultant in community
organization and social
planning
Living in the sun belt doesn't
always markedly alleviate your
arthritic pains. It seems to help
when you are there on a viait but
that may be due to the fact that
you are on vacation and away
from the daily stress and strain of
home. Be sure to discuss this
aspect with your orthopedist
before you uproot yourself for
that reason.
Sooner or later, just about all
of us need the help of one or more
of the several agencies of the
Jewish community Why not?
These agencies deal with the guts
of human existence being
born, becoming a person,
growing up, marriage (and
divorce), child rearing, care of the
elderly, and the like. They came
into existence to help us but they
can't serve everybody and they
don't exist everywhere.
They have enough difficulty
with their limited budgets in
serving long time community
residents and usually cannot
extend their service to newcomer.
This is especially true of homes
for the aged. So, before you leave
your home community with its
complex of local Jewish social,
health, welfare and educational
i They missed their family,
friends, children and
grandchildren (though not
always in that order). Old
age has been described as
a process of losing things,
among them one's spouse,
friends and associates.
Why speed up the process
by moving away from
them, breaking those ties
when you need them
most? After alL if you live
long enough, you will find
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-Aniitfksidlart
Friday. June 19
Israel's Election Scene
Begin Seen as Likely Victor in June 30 Balloting
By HUGH ORGEL
TEL AVIV (JTA)
With the balloting due
June 30, Premier Mena-
chem Begins Likud al-
liance is conducting a hard-
hitting reelection cam-
paign, its confidence
buoyed by public opinion
polls which show it to have
come from far behind to run
neck-and-neck with the
opposition Labor Align-
ment.
Its full-page press advertise-
ments say that "peace is only the
beginning" and go on to promise
that the party will prepare the
country for the 1990s
AS THE present coalition ends
its four-year term of office its ma-
jor component, the Likud al
liance. is really a misnomer. It i;
totally dominated by Herut
which, in turn, is completed
dominated by Begin If he had
decided, for any reason, not to
run in the elections. Likud's
chances of success in the June 3C
voting would be far slimmer.
Apart from Herut (Freedom
Movement, as it is officially
called) the other components of
the "alliance" have declined in
importance and in policymaking
or have all but disappeared. Ariel
Sharon's Shlomzion Party, which
stood for election in 1977 as a
separate entity. disappeared
within the Herut fold im-
mediately after his entry into the
Cabinet.
The La'am (Towards the Peo-
plel faction, which consists ot
parts of the Free Center Party.
the State List, th' Greater Land
of Israel Movement and Ahdut
(Unity) Party, a splinter of the
old Independent Liberal Party
which loined Likud in 1977. havt
littU- support todaj though all
are demanding repn-sentation on
tki Knesset Hal
THE FEW members of the
former Rafi faction have left
Likud, largely to join Moshe
Dayan's new Telem party. Apart
from Herut. the Liberal Party re-
mains the only large and
politically significant element to
balance Herut in the Likud
alliance.
The Likud election campaign,
long in preparation, uses hard-
hitting American methods which
were studied closely by a young
and enthusiastic team It con-
centrates on the party's un-
disputed major achievement in
its- four years in office the
peace treaty with Egypt. Its sec-
ond major claim is massive Jew-
ish settlement on the West Bank
which it claims has prevented the
establishment of a Palestinian
state at any time in the future.
While admitting that it has
made "some mistakes" during
the past four years, they are
attributed to inexperience after
30 years in opposition. According
to Likud, its shortcomings have
been corrected by four years of
on-the-job training, and the 'bad
inheritance" passed on by former
I-abor governments, has been
overcome.
THE NAMES of two men
largely responsible for the peace
negotiations Moshe Dayan
and Ezer Weizman are con-
spicuously absent from the Likud
election propaganda Both have
left the Administration. Also
glossed over is the fact that the
treaty was ratified by the
Knesset only thanks to the votes
of the opposition: many Likud
members voted against it or
abstained.
Likud spokesmen appear
sensitive to opposition criticism
that of the 144 new settlements
which the Likud claims to have
added to the map. fewer than a
dOMO are on the West Bank, with
a population of only a few
thousand Likud is competing
with the National Religious
Party INRP) for the credit of
ensuring Israels hold over the
"Biblical I .and of Israel."
Indeed, one of the most suc-
eaaaful publicity projects under-
taken by Likud has been
Sharon's "We Are on the Map'
campaign full-page newspaper
adl showing maps of the 144 new
settlements, and organized bus
tours (free or almost free) "to
Secret Commitment to Save
Lebanon's Christians Condemned
By DAVID LANDAU
JERUSALEM (JTA) An
opposition motion critical of trn
government's secret commitment
to help Christian forces is
Lebanon if they were attacked by
Syria from the air was stricken
from the Knesset agenda by a
vote of 52-36.
The moiton was presented by
former Premier Yitzhak Rabin,
speaking for the Labor Align-
ment, who said Premier Mena
chem Begins pledge to the Chis-
tians in 1978. without consulting
either the Cabinet or the Knesset
was of "unprecedented gravity."
The commitment came to light
only after Israel Air Force jets
shot down two Syrian helicopters
on Apr. 30 during a Syrian as-
sault on the Christian held town
of Zahle in central Lebanon.
ACCORDING to Rabin, it was
tantamount to giving a third
party (the Christians! the right to
decide when and how the Israel
Air Force would act in Lebanon
Moreover. Rabin asserted. Begin
violated the most fundamental
principle of parliamentary demo-
cracy by not seeking the approval
of the Knesset or. at least, of its
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Committee.
Begin retorted that the
decision was made after weighty
consultations between himself
and Moshe Dayan and Ezer
Weizman who were at the time
the Foreign Minister and Defense
Minister respectively.
He said the pledge had been
that the Israeli government
would "consider seriously and
suportively" whether to send its
air force into action if the Leb-
anese Christians were attacked
by the Syrian Air Force and
would "very probably agree to do
so."
let the people see for themselves
what we have done." as Sharon
puts it.
The trips are confined to a half-
dozen Gush L'munim (Faith Bloc)
settlements. Sharon said when he
inaugurated the tours that he
hoped 100.000 people would visit
the area before election day. With
four weeks still to go. over
200.000 have taken advantage of
the cheap outing.
LIKUD PROPAGANDISTS
are hampered however by the
political (peace treaty) one: and
tVSfl that contains many issues
not clearly defined. Social and
economic plans, where Likud is
weakest, have yet to be fully
formulated.
The main thrust of the political
plank is the promise to continue
implementation of the normal-
ization process with Egypt under
the peace treaty, with indications
withdrawal from Sinai next year
if a multinational force to police
Sinai is not established and in
position by the scheduled final
withdrawal date, in April. 1982.
Begin will certainly continue to
hammer home what he likes to
term the*rdentity of thought and
interests between Israel and the
U.S. under the Reagan Ad-
ministration. Critics point out.
however, that many of his pro-
testations of sweet harmony are
somewhat one-sided and far more
fervent on Begin's side than on
Reagan's.
LIKUD advertisements stress
that its administration has
managed to hold unemployment
down in Israel, while it is rising
throughout the world In this
way. they try to divert attention
from Israel's inflation rate of 133
percent last year, the highest in
the world It has been running at
t he same rate so far this year
Party pokrvrm'n claim this is
due to the errors of the pre\ ioOfl
Labor administration Ignoring
recent Central Bureau of
Statistics figures that show a
decline in real earning power of
some nine percent last year. the\
m-ist that the pubUc BEE BEVEI
haan as well off as now This may
be true but only of the largely
self employed middle class and
senior officials.
To enhance the impression of
prosperity and well-being
Finance Minister Yoram Aridor
gained widespread support by
reducing sales taxes hand thus
the purchase price on a wide
range of consumer goods in-
cluding color televisions, cars, air
conditioners and washing
machines. But the massive 10.7
percent rise in the cost of living
index for April came as a severe
blow to the Treasury, which had
hoped to show that the lower
prices reduced the rate of in-
flation.
A MONTH before the elec
tions. the value of the Israeli
Shekel was down to one-tenth of
its value when the Likud took
office four years ago. and the
cost-of living index was up ten-
-fold__________________
By mid-May. two weeks before
the legal date for presentation of
election dates. the various
components of Likud had chosen
their candidates, but without yet
placing them in order of pre-
cedence, an operation which
caused internal disputes in the
Likud as it had for Labor The
.mlv prominent new name in
Likud land Herut) is that of
Yaacov Meridor. Begins old
comrade-in-arms who he recalled
to political life after two decades
in business.
The voting for Herut candi-
dates surprised Begin, who clear-
ly hopes that Meridor will be his
successor if he has to step down.
Meridor came only seventh on
the list Begin himself, who orig-
inally said he would retire at age
70. in two years time, now says
he will complete a full term, if his
health permits
Meridor is one of the "fighting
family" which forms the core of
Herut Begin loves to stress the
fighters" of the dissident Etzel
Irgun and Stern Gang, hint*.
that it was they who brougg
about the Jewish State. ratJu!
than the much larger UborS
underground Hagana 3
Begin never mentions by name
ALTHOUGH RARELY
alluded to. Begins delicau
health is of considerable concern
to party members After sUffer
ing two heart attacks and a minor
stroke. Begin ranges fTT)m
periods of quiet and apparent de-
pression to hyper-acti\ itv and
ebulicnce. He said recently that
the anti-coagulant medication he
takes is not the cause of this be-
havior.
By the first week in .lun. |
was still unclear what affect the
Syrian missile crisis and Hegin s
handling of it including his
(ii-dosure of secret orden
bomb the missile sites Wji|
have on the elect ion campaign
If the missiles are withdrawn
without war. Begins continuing
"peace efforts" will figure large
in last minute campaign pro
pagan da If war were to oom the
elections would probably be '
postponed. Political analysts and
commentators about which manv
Israelis would ha\e doUDU and
might feel that the fighting could
have h>en avoided
PL0 Official's Burial Okayed
If Soldiers' Bodies Returned
By DAVID LANDAU
JERUSALEM (JTA) A high Israeli source said
that Israel would allow the slain Palestine Liberation
Organization official Nairn Khader to be buried on the
West Bank if the PLO agreed to return the bodies of four
Israeli soldiers killed in south Lebanon. Khader. who
headed the PLO office in Brussels, was shot to death in
the Belgian capital June 1 by an unknown gunman.
The Israeli source disclosed that an unnamed third
party is conducting negotiations with the PLO on behalf
of the families of the soldiers. The source said Israel was
approached by certain international figures with a request
that Khader's body be interred at his birthplace near
Jenin and presented its conditions to those figurt-s
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19,
1981

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in Miami
R Was Love At First Sight for 'Very Spry' 88-Year-Oldster
For Jack Schwartz it was love at first
I sight
He first came to the Golden Age
friendship Club of the South Dade Jew-
l Community Center in September,
1980 some five months after his wife of
i0 years passed away. There, he met
Martha Goldfarb, a regular participant
|- the South Dade JCC Senior Adult
Program for over three years.
AFTER a 10 month courtship con-
ducted at the South Dade Center because
they do not dirve. Jack and Martha will
be married on Sunday, June 28, at 11:30
Jewish Leaders React
a.m. They will exchange vows before
Rabbi Sol Landau of Beth David Con-
gregation and have a small reception at
the center for their friends. Then, they'll
take off for a honeymoon at a secret
location.
The path to remarriage demanded
patience from Jack. He wanted to wait at
least a year passed from the time of his
first wife's death before he remarried.
And while he was sure from the start
that Martha was the right person, he
worried about their age difference. Jack
is 88. Martha is a generation younger at
68.
"I liked him as friend immediately,"
says Martha, "and it grew. Jack is a nice
man, a beautiful person, and a very spry
88."
MARTHA'S SON, and her parents,
will be at the wedding. Jack's grand-
daughter, who introduced Jack to the
JCC, will also be there. Everyone in both
families is happy with the match.
Following the wedding trip, the couple
will live in Martha's home in Southwest
i Miami. They plan on enjoying their lives
together, and in continuing to be active
at the South Dade Center sue days a
week.
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IVAN J. NOVKK. president
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Novick declared that until the
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Kabhi Alexander \l Schindler.
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tin- braven and skill ol Israel s
Waleska Gets Invite to Israel
\l\ \ iJTAl Before
neva on his way back
land Lach Waleska. the
fky leader, told the Jewish
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M* to the International
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I >>ut a a later date I shall
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long meeting with U.S.
Secretary Raymond
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to wait some time. Waleska said
He also said. I am for coopera
tion with the trade union in
Israel ."
He also declared that he
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Poland. Israel and the United
States He added that Poland
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airmen, the Middle East is no
longer t hreatened i>> nuclear
war lb- added that Israel acted
in self defense 'against nuclear
installation intended lor her
destruction
He charged that Israel once
;n has become the i Icthn of
lh. world double standards of
ililj Referring to the
Soviet missiles in Cuba in 1962
and President Kenned) 'a naval
blockade, Rabbi Schindler
declared that it it ia proper for
Goliath lo protect itaell against a
David, is not David to he allowed
to defend himscll against
Goliath?"
RABBI William Uerkowitz.
president of the Jewish National
Fund, said Israel has been the
victim, not the aggressor in the
long Arab Israeli conflict. He
. ailed the raid "a supreme act of
sell defense" which he said he
was certain would be justified
b) history."
Maynard Wiahner, president of
the American Jewish Committee,
declared that possession of an
atomk bomb "by an aggressive,
terrorist' Iraq would constitute
a threat to the stability of the
enure Middle East as well as a
mortal danger to the existence of
Israel." He declared that the
target lor condemnation" should
be the lack of international
safeguarda for the control of
niicl.ai weapons rather than
Israeli actions clearly necessary
for her own defense
Nathaniel Saperstein, presi-
dent ol the National Council of
Young Israel, declared that
Israel used just the right
amount of military' force" against
the Iraqi reactor, "against a
sworn enemy l>ent on defying in-
ternational law to intimidate and
hopefully destroy the Jewish
state."
Nathan Perlmutter, director of
the Anti-Defamation League of
B'nai B'rith, said, "Entebbe
saved 103 lives. The Israelis now
may have saved untold numbers
of lives. Surely all concerned with
nuclear proliferation will applaud
this action."
Eight Neo-Nazi Gangsters
Arrested in Western Brazil
By DAVID MARKUS
RIO OK JANEIRO (JTA)
Eight members of a neo-Nazi
gang said to be headed by a
wanted Nazi war criminal were
arrested in western Brazil after
they fled Bolivia to avoid appre-
hension. Brazilian police sources
said they would be deported to
their countries of origin.
According to Rodolfo Lan-
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Mato Grosso Do Sul, Bolivian
security services uncovered the
para-military gang which calls
itself "Las Novios De La
Muerte" (Brides of Death) in the
city of Santa Cruz De La Sierra.
ITS LEADER. Landyvar said,
is Klaus Altmann, alias Barbie,
the notorious "butcher of Lyon"
who deported Jews and others
from that French city during
World War II. Altmann has been
sentenced to death in absentia in
France but efforts over the years
to obtain his deportation have
been fruitless.
He was not among the eight
neo-Nazis who managed to cross
the border into Brazil. They were
identified as Manfred Kuhll-
mann. a German. Wolfgang Wal-
terkirchen. an Austrian, three
Bolivian nationals, two Argen-
tinians and one Peruvian.
According to Brazilian police
they were carrying various types
of arms, three kilograms of
cocaine and Nazi propaganda
l pamphlets including pictures of
Hitler with the inscription, "I
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France Demands Reparations
Congressional Leaders
U.S. Likely to Veto Israel Sanctions Cite 'Analogy' With Cul
By YITZHAK RABI
UNITED NATIONS -
built the Iraqi nuclear
reactor that Israel
destroyed in an air attack
on June 7, has called in the
Security Council for
Israel's condemnation and
demanded that Israel pay
reparations for the
destruction of the Iraqi
plant.
Til* French condemnation
cam* at a masting Monday of tha
Security Council which has bean
debating tha Israeli raid atnot
last Friday. French Ambaaaadoi
Jacques Leprette said that his
government rejected the Israeli
government's charges that tha
bleated Iraqi nuclear reactor was
designed to produce atomic
bombs
Israel Calls F-16 Delay
'Unjustified' Decision
By GIL SEDAN
JERUSALEM (JTA)
Israel has said that it
very much regrets the
Reagan Administration's
"unjust" decision to sus-
pend delivery to Israel of
four F-16 jet fighters pend-
ing a determination of
whether Israel violated
U.S. law by the use of
American-made aircraft in
its attack on Iraq's nuclear
reactor.
The mildly-worded statement
reed by Foreign Ministry spokes-
man Naftali Lavi was mainly
reiteration of Israel's official ex-
planation and justification for the
raid. Earlier. Deputy Defense
Minister Mordechai Zipori said
the American move waa the
result of a misunderstanding and
would not lead to a crisis in re-
lations between the two coun-
tries.
ZIPORI SAID Israel had a
basic understanding of the sig-
nificance of American aid and the
limitations placed on it. But he
stressed that only tha Israeli
government could define Israels
defense needs, not any other
government, no matter how
friendly. He said Israel used the
American planes in the raid be-
cause they were tha weapons
most suitable for the attack.
Lavi repeated Israel's con-
tention that it had acted in de-
fense against threats to its exist-
ence by Iraq. He noted that Iraq
has declared itself to be in a state
of war with Israel since 1948. it
was an active participant in all
Arab wars against Israel and has
continued to refuse to sign an
armistice agreement with Israel.
The statement also noted that
Iraqi leaders have time and again
expressed their enmity toward
Israel and their aggressive in-
tentions and have not restricted
or disguised their plans to use
any weapons, conventional or un-
conventional, against Israel,
ACCORDING TO the state-
ment. Israel exhausted every
diplomatic means before it
decided to take military action
against Iraq's nuclear facility.
Lavi explained in that connection
that for five years Israel had tried
to persuade France not to provide
Iraq with a nuclear weapons
capability, but is representations
were in vain.
Asked by reporters why Israel
took no action during the ad-
ministration of French President
Valery Giscard d' Estaing. who
concluded the nuclear deal with
Iraq, but struck only weeks after
the election of President Francois
Mitterrand, who is more sympa-
thetic to Israel Lavi replied that
to wait any longer would have
meant an attack on an active nu-
clear reactor with the danger of
radioactive fall-out in the Bagh-
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The reactor, tha French envoy
said, had the purpose of scientific
research. He claimed that the
accord between France and Iraq
aacrnded all exploitation, even
indirect, for military praj posse
CHARGING that the Israeli
attack waa "a violation of inter-
national law" and therefore con-
demnable. Leprette said that any
resolution adopted by the Council
should include: A firm condem-
nation of Israel; A solemn appeal
to Israel to end such military
action; A demand that Israel pay
"equitable reparation" for the
destruction and damage caused
by the Israeli attack.
The French envoy also aaid
that Israel's attack seriously
damaged the principles of
peaceful nuclear cooperation
among states within an interna-
tional non-proliferation system.
The Israeli attack. Leparette
charged. violated basic
provisions of the UN charter, in-
cluding the right of each state to
respect the sovereignty and inde-
pendence of other states-
Declaring that France had
affirmed^ its attachment to the
security of Israel, the French
Ambassador claimed however
that recourse to force could not
settle, in the long term the
security of Israel. There must be
a just and negotiated settlement
to the conflict in the Middle
East."
THE ISRAELI raid on Iraq's
nuclear reactor was also con-
demned in the Security Council
by the representative of China,
the United Kingdom and Japan.
Sir Anthony Paraonn. British
Ambassador to the United Na-
tions, declared that his country
condemns the Israeli attack
'' without equivocation.''
He charged that it represented
"a grave breach of international
law" and said Britain did not
believe that Iraq had the capacity
to manufacture fissionable
material for nuclear weapons.
Paraonn said bis country would
support the draft resolution
suggeeted by France.
The representative of China,
Mi Guojun, sharply denounced
the Israeli attack and called it "a
deliberate premeditated act of
naked aggression against a
sovereign Arab State." He
charged that Israel's policy of
sggiasainii was supported by the
superpowers because it created
conditions "for further interven-
tion in the Middle East, thus ag-
gravating the tension there and
threatening the peace and
security of the entire world."
MASSHIRO Nisisori of Japan
said Israel has the right to live in
peace within secure and recog-
nized boundaries but, "By
violating the boundaries of other
countries in such an arogant
manner. Israel has undermined
its own credibility in the interna-
tional community."
Monday's meeting of the
Security Council wea the third
since the opening of the debate on
the Israeli raid Friday. Israel
addressed the opening ssssiuti
claiming that the attack on Iraq's
nuclear reactor was an act of self-
defense Ambassador Yehuda
Blum. Israel's Ambassador to
the UN was expected to speak
again, using his right of reply.
Meanwhile, tha Arab nations
ware pressing for sanctions
against Israel. including
economic boycott While the
United States delegation waa
expected to go along with censure
or even condemnation moves by
the Security Council, k was clear
by late Tuesday that Jeanne
Kirkpatrick. the U.S. Am bases
dor to the UN. had already been
instructed to veto sanctions,
although she would moat likely
go along with censure and even
condemnation.
1-A
Foreign Affairs Committee,
noted that all Americans sup-
ported President Kennedy when
he planned a preemptive strike to
take out the missiles with nuclear
warheads in Cuba-
He said that there would be
support for Reagan if he threat-
ened to take similar action if he
faced the same threat from Cuba
today. Lantoe added that Israel
provided a "vital lesson" for all
democratic countries and should
be "applauded" for its actions
instead of being criticized by
many in Washington.
SUPPORT FOR for Israel also
came from Sen. Howard MeUen-
baum (I) Ohio), who said that
Israel had hard choices but
"what Israel did may have been
the moat responsible action of
all." He said that Israel had to
confront the prospect of an Iraqi
nuclear bomb. No other country
was willing to do more than make
ptotaets.
"Had Israel waited till the
plant was operational." Met
zenbaum noted, "she would have
had two alternatives either to
sit back helplessly while Iraq
built the bomb or to attack the
facility and risk inflicting untold
deaths and suffering by the
radioactive contamination of
Iraq's most heavily populated
areas."
Rep. Jonathan Bingham (I) ,
N.Y.I said there would not have
been the need for a preemptive
strike by Israel "had the world
community acted responsibly
earlier to prevent the spread of
nuclear weapons, usable techno-
logy and materials. Instead the
United States and its albes have
made half hearted efforts at
nuclear restraint, put far too
much faith in international
safeguards, and totally ignored
the military implications of these
actions. Israel could not
ignore them..
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tifaration of nuclear I
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Fischer said that the Reani
ministration has beast**
the U.S. policy on
proliferation as part of its,
of all of its foreign policy.
Peres Puts
Meeting
JERUSALEM iJTAll
Labor Party Chairman Sh
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r ater Miami Jewish community leader Norman
Ln was early this week poised on the brink of being
hied as ihi' nation's new Immigration and Naturali-
Service commissioner by the Reagan Ad-
ation Hraman is a leading Florida Republican.
major automobile
with numerous
m and foreign car
ies here. Hraman has
| been elected a vice
ent of the Greater
Jewish Federation
[named for a second
|in a row as chairman of
Vat ion s Combined
lish Appeal-Israel
Veencv Fund cam-
JANWA8 in Washington
ihu week, but it was not
Stint his trip was specifically
to his appointment ss new
uef The agency has been
a permanent com-
mn. I ktober. 1979.
,ian *a> rvcom mended to
i. according to a Justice
iment source, by Attorny
William French Smith
in .is born August t2,
We* t 'hester. Pa. He
Temple University in
Iphia. where he played
iall H has been married
A Irma. for U years.
alt have two
\,>rman Hraman
daughters
HEGAIODiG HIS interest in
U S. immigration policy, with
pacific application to South
Florida. Hraman is widely quoted
as declaring of the Marie I boatlift
that 1 rn one who shows
great PISfMCt anil runiini'niK the
Cuban people for having the guts
to go over u> Cuba ... to get
Cuban* out when they had the
opportunity to."
In terms of his immediate Jew-
ish civic and philanthropic in-
terests and his concern for the
Mate ot Israel. Hraman voiced
solid criticism her? last week of
the Keagan Administration s
decision to delay temporarily the
delivery of four F-16 jets to Israel
following the Israeli strike
against Iraq's nuclear reactor,
i >sirak. outside of Baghdad.
It's tragic.'' Hraman declared
of the State Department action.
It s a mistake ... I think it
shows the world a weakness of
American resolve to support the
proper measures.
IT IS understood here that
Hraman. who originally sought
appointment as U.S. Am-
bassador to the Netherlands,
came to the notice of Attorney
(ieneral Smith through the ef-
forts of Florida Republican Sen.
Paula Hawkins.
Hawkins and her husband re-
cently went on a tour of Israel
that Hraman led.
It is also believed that it was
Sen Hawkins who blocked the
appointment of Jose''asanova. a
Cuban-born Miami financier, pre-
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Arafat's Plan for Israel:
A Piece at a Time
Continued from Page 4-A
illustration of what he believes to
be diplomatic and democratic
means."
But even without either of
these features of his wardrobe,
both of which are by now de
ngeuvr for the well-dressed in-
ternational gentleman terrorist,
there is enought intimidation in
his reserved condition to make
Rep. Findley s piece in the
Herald a demonstration of pure
effrontery.
How can anyone take seriously
the purported Arafat quote or.
indeed, the presumable worthi-
ness of Rep. Findley s purpose,
which is to relay to us Arafat's
desire for "peace" with Israel,
unless in effect he means peace
based on consuming one piece at
a time?
ARAFAT, we are supposed to
be assured, "would reserve the
right eventually to unify "all of
Palestine. which translated
means to destroy the State of Is-
rael from within. The pure bilge
in Rep. Findley s disclosure is
ancient Arafat pap redigested
again and again. No wonder that
in a recent cover story Harper's
referred to him as "Yasir. that's
my baby
We do not really need Rep.
Findley. wrapped in the phony-
cloak of respectable journalism.
to be told what Arafat has called
lor in the past: a greater "secular
Palestine" composed of Jews and
Arabs the Zionist entity" called
Israel ultimately submerged, all
outside Jewish immigration
halted, finis to the national and
territorial integrity of the Jewish
state.
In short, a new Havana on the
shores of the Mediterranean and
the Red Sea. little Brezhnevs
goose-stepping all over the place,
and those opposed, oppressed
very diplomatically, very demo-
cratically as. for example, in a
gulag
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tuted nation in the world today,
one wonders, has such pro-
positions of national suicide so
persistently offered it and pub-
lished in the press as thoughtful
journalism in order to lay the
groundwork for a campaign
against it as intransigent if it
should refuse?
I keep in mind the Mm* York
Times pundit. Drew Middleton.
who sold our own nstion, snd the
world, on the diplomatic and
democratic intentions of one.
Fidel Castro. I do not so much
condemn the Middletons snd the
Findleys for their bizsrre view-
points as I deplore those who
open their marketplace to their
wares.
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June 19


Hasty Condemnation
Israel Protests Quick U.S. Move
By DA V ID LANDAU
JERUSALEM (JTA)
Israel is protesting to
the United States over
what it considers to be
Washington's hasty con-
demnation of its air attack
that destroyed a nuclear
facility under construction
in Iraq which Israel claims
would soon have had the
capability to produce
atomic bombs.
Premier Menachem Begin told
the Knesset's Foreign Affair*
aid Security Committee during a
three hour briefing that the pro-
test focuses on the fact that the
U.S. State Department issued its
condemnation without waiting
for Israel to provide it with all the
relevant data and explanations
surrounding the operation.
The State Department said in a
prepared statement that "the un-
precedented character" of the
attack "cannot but seriously add
to the already tense situation in
the area" and said it was possible
Israel had violated the agreement
under which it purchased the
American F-4 and F-15 jet
fighter-bombers used in the
attack The statement was the
sharpest rebuke Israel has yet re-
ceived from the Reagan Ad-
ministration.
THE ATTACK on Iraq's
Osiriak nuclear facility being
built by French technicians near
Baghdad was announced in a
government communique. The
communique said the attack was
based on positive knowledge
from unimpeachable sources that
the Iraqi reactor would be
operational between early July
and early September and could
produce nuclear weapons in-
tended for use against Israel.
Begin amplified on the com-
munique in a radio address. He
said it was virtually "now or
never'' to knock out Iraq's po-
tential nuclear capability in order
to save Israel from destruction.
Iraq's "cruel" ruler, Haddam
Hussein, who had "butchered his
own close colleagues" would have
had "no hesitation" to drop
"three or four or five" nuclear
bombs on Israel. Begin said.
Begin was defiant in response
to world reactions which have
been largely critical. He said Is-
rael would "stand firm" in the
face of criticism from whatever
quarter because the operation
had been required "to ensure the
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its homeland."
HE SAID he had sent a letter
to President Reagan, through the
Israeli Ambassador in Washing-
ton. Ephraim Evron. explaining
the operation. He confirmed that
the U.S. had no prior knowledge
of the Israeli attack and also that
he had given no hint of it to
President Anwar Sadat of Egypt
when they met at Ophira in Sinai.
Begin strenuously denied alle-
gations from opposition sources
that Israel's elections at the end
of this month had anything to do
with the decision to knock out
Iraq's nuclear facility. He said
the decision was taken by the
Cabinet "many months ago." but
there had been "delays and diffi-
culties." He injected a partisan
note however, saying he had in-
formed Labor Party Chairman
Shimon Peres about the govern-
ment's intention some months
ago. According to Begin. Peres
said nothing at the time, but
"three or four weeks ago" he
wrote to Begin advising against
the operation.
Peres said that he had not ob-
jected to the air attack in prin-
ciple but had opposed plans to
carry it out on May 10. the day of
the French Presidential elections.
THE ISRAEL raid was
strongly backed by two New
York Republicans. Rep. Jack
Kemp who was visiting Israel at
the time of the strike, and Sen.
Alphonse D'Amato. Kemp
agreed with Begin that the
American condemnation was
hasty. He said the Reagan Ad-
ministration should have waited
to receive Israel's full ex-
planation and its information
regarding the Iraqi nuclear re-
actor before formulating its
statement.
D'Amato. in a statement
released by his office in Washing-
ton, praised the Israeli attack as
"courageous." He said that "If
Israel felt this was what they had
to do to ensure their security,
then we are in no position to sec-
ond guess them. We cannot fault
Israel, given the attitude of Iraq
toward the survival of the Jewish
state. They would destroy Israel
if they had the opportunity. "
D'Amato said.
But in Washington. Rep. Cle-
ment Zalocki ID.. Wise), chair-
man of the House Foreign Affairs
Committee, railed the Israeli raid
"a highly irresponsible action"
that could destroy the Camp
David peace process. On the oth-
er hand. Sen. Alan Cranston (D..
Calif.) said the "preemptive
strike is defensive" in view of his
information that Iraq "could
have" an atomic weapon by Oct.
1 "and if not then, certainly by
the end of the year."
ACCORDING TO reports
here, the Israeli Cabinet was
initially divided over the wisdom
of the air strike. It was said to
have been opposed by Deputy
Premier Yigael Yadin Interior
Minister Yosef Burg and Edu-
cation Minister Zevulun
Hammer On the other hand.
Agriculture Minister Ariel
Sharon, the government's most
outspoken hawk, threatened to
resign when the decision was
delayed, newspapers here said
Most Israeli newspapers
backed the raid but expressed
caution about the international
repercussions. Several papers
-unvested that the attack, while
necessary, was motivated to
some extent by the approaching
elections.
i
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t
Congressman Bill Lehman (D, Flo.I speaks u
fusenUi losif Mendelevich during a 3^fcL2^
Mendelevich and his brother-in-law, Haim Dro7*l T\
siding in Israel, Mendelevich was a defendant in the I J
trials following his arrest in 1970 for allegedly atJmZtt
hijack a Soviet airliner, and for which CmRSSSI
years m prison.
sen fenced to I
Yarmulka Shop-Owner
Caught With Stolen Ton
NEW YORK UTA) -
Manhattan District Attorney
Robert Morgenthau has an-
nounced the arrest of David
Levy. 49. owner of a yarmulka
shop on Manhattan s Lower East
Side, on charges of posession of a
Tor ah stolen from the Kehila
Kedosha Jamina synagogue on
Hroome Street, also on the Lower
hast Side. The arrest was made
by officers of the New York
Police Department's Bias Inci-
dent Investigating Unit under
the command of Capt. Paul
Donnelly
According to Morgenthau.
Levy who lies in Rego Park.
Queens, was arrested in his shop
on Essex Street while attempting
to buy three Torahs stolen in
November. 1980. from y,,
man who Morgenthau said
cooperating with the autho
Levy was also found in r.
sion of stolen Torah casts, bn
plates and crowns He
booked on charge- of cnml
possession of stolen goods
Malcolm Hoeniein. executi
director of the I.wish Co
munity Relations Council of \
York, which has created
force to deal with the growi)
number of such thefts in
(ireater New York
the arrest and said that theJe
ish community wanted thei
and punishment ol any pan
regardless of race creed
reliKion. involved in the theft i
sale of stolen Torah scrolls
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Fndiy.Junel9.1961
Many European Christians
*Jei*tncrkjian
Page 15-A
President's Partner
Are Turning to Judaism
Contribution of Ofira Navon
NEW YORK Many
European Christians are
turning to Judaism in quest
0t a renewal of their own
faith, according to a leading
Jewish theologian.
Addressing the National Com
mission of the Anti-Defamation
league of B'nai B'rith at the
Grand Hyatt Hotel here. Dr. Pin
chas Lnpide. professor of Judaic
Studies. Gottingen University,
(fort Germany. said "there is a
n,w trend in dialogical
theology
Me went on to say that many
Christians, beset by a crisis of in
vrurity and doubt about their
own faith, arc finding answers in
Judaism f>ecause they consider
the existence of Jews "the only
palpable proof for the existence of
God For Christians, he said.
Judaism is an incentive lor
rrligious self-renewal and a living
rreed for tomorrow.
IN ADDITION. Dr. Lapide
s-iid "Christians from the broad
middle of church membership are
unabashedly displaying open
minded curiosity about the
Jetmh religion."
Ttiear Christiana arc virtually
unprejudiced, he said, and too
t-nong to have any personal guilt
(rrlinga boat the Holocaust.
Or Lnpide said they seek to
fathom the meaning of:
The "mystery" of Jewish
survival;
The "riddle" of Israels
national rebirth.
The "tenacity" of Jewish
belief
The theologian said that these
young Christians are finding an
affinity with Judaism because it
is the faith from which Jesus and
his followers sprang
^ HE POINTED out that philo-
Semitism in general 's growing
among German Christians for
secular as well as religious
reasons One indication, he said,
is the increasing number of
conversions to Judaism Another
is the presence of about 50
Christian Jewish groups in Ger-
many with a total of about 8.000
members These strive to combat
.nit i S.-mi! ism and project a con-
structive Jewish image, he said
I)r I.apult- said there has been
a growth in the Jewish popula-
tion of Germany and less dispo-
sition to sit on packed suit
cases" ready to depart at the
first sign of danger
The membership of neo-Nazi
gn.ups in Germany has declined
from a high of 30.000 to 8.000.
Nevertheless, he declared, the
Jewish community in Germany
n mains "hypersensitive" to anti-
Semitism
Western Capitals
Condemn Raid on Osirak
Reactor by Israeli Jets
Continued from Page 4-A
capons producing capability
Hi noted that the Vienna-based
tgtnc) had granted observer
status loth* Palestine Liberation
Organization
\ in.-ml>er of the Commission s
board told French television later
ih.it the Iraqi reactor had been
under constant surveillance
through sealed cameras which re-
ported every move "We never
observed anything irregular or
not m line with the international
treat) against the non-pro-
lifer.it i..n of nuclear weapons
hn-h Iraq had been one of the
first ios,Kn."hesaid.
THE FRENCH government
came under fire from both pro-Is-
rael and pro \rali groups The
France Israel Alliance which
support.- closer relations lietvMvn
the two countries deplored the
government condemnation of
the Israeli attack The France-
\r.il> \ss.Hialion criticized the
government for not reacting
sharply enough
The president of the Gaullist
RPR Party. Claude Labbe. said
the raid was deplorable" and
had further increased regional
tensions But most Socialist and
Communist leaders declined to
comment
Continued from Page I A
"So soon? After only one day
here9" asked Mrs. Sadat.
"I want to be home in time to
spend Shabbat with my husband
and children." replied Israels
First Lady.
Finally, she decided to attend
the luncheon but just for an
hour. She also arranged to have
I srael's Ambassadors Yehuda
Blum (UNI and Efraim Evron
(U.S.) and their wives invited
also An Israeli delegation face-
to-face with an Egyptian one.
Ofira Navon observed happily, at
a social get-together.
THE GENTLE, solf spoken
wife of Israel's president has also
been an active partner in her
husband's presidential duties
She has set a new style for the
role, plunging into activities with
an infectious enthusiasm
improved care for the aged,
better educational opportunities
for the disadvantage^ and. of
course, the "shelter cities" she
wants to see established
t hroughout the world for children
who are orphaned by wars or
natural disasters.
Ofira Navon shares many of
these interests with Jehan Sadat,
so it was only natural that when
Egypt's First Lady visited Israel
last year it was not a cocktail
party that Ofira Navon arranged
in her honor, but a symposium on
rehabilitation, led by Israeli
experts in the subject.
While the duties of the presi-
dent's wife are not specified,
Ofira Navon has taken instinc-
tively to the role, embodying all
that is finest in the Israeli
woman charm, intelligence and.
above all. courage.
HER NATURAL endowments
as well as her training in child
psychology and rehabilitation *
are used to good effect. And herx
indomitable will has won her
many admirers.
Despite a recent serious illness,
she has continued to lead a full
life as wife, mother and an active
ally of the president in all his
duties
Ofira Navon first came into the
public eye when a passport
photograph found its way unbe-
known to her into a beauty
contest She was duly elected
"Miss Sabra 1956." and her prize
was a trip to Paris There was
also a cash award, enough to pay
her college tuition.
She later won a U.S. govern-
ment scholarship to study at the
University of Georgia an ex-
perience that gave her much to
talk about with former President
Jimmy Carter when he visited
Israel. Her Master s thesis was on
the subject of immigrant ab-
sorption in Israel, a subject
which she knew much about from
her army service.
SHE THEN did graduate
studies at Columbia University,
earning a degree in rehabilitation
counseling.
Ofira Navon did not complete
here PhD studies because at that
point she met and married
Yitzhak Navon.
At first, they were unable to
have children of their own. so the
couple adopted a little girl. Nira.
now eight. One year later. Ofira
gave birth to Erez. now seven.
Nira and Erez are the first chil-
dren to live in the official resi-
dence of Israel's president, and it
is thanks to their mother's pen-
chent for interior decorating that
the rooms have been tastefully
converted to provide comfortable
quarters for children.
While pursuing her social work
on behalf of the underprivileged
and handicapped, Ofira Navon
considers the raising of her own
children to be her primary res-
ponsibility, and the Navons make
every effort to provide a perfectly
normal childhood for them
ANOTHER STRONG facet of
Ofira Navon's personality one
that underlies all she does is
her profound religious faith.
A plaque on the wall of ther
office is there to remind her:
"You have never lived until you
have almost died. For those who
fight for it, life has flavor the
protected will never know."
It is a credo Ofira Navon has
come to know from personal
experience.
Israel Scene
Rabb Named Envoy to Italy
WASHINGTON (JTA) Maxwell Rabb, a 70-
year-old New York lawyer and president of Temple
Emanu-El in Manhattan, was named by President
Reagan as U.S. Ambassador to Italy. Rabb, who was
Secretary to the Cabinet during the Eisenhower Ad-
ministration, was an active member of the Coalition for
Reagan-Bush in the 1980 campaign.
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Began: Israel Has Reason For Concern
WASHINGTON In his first press conference since
h g, more than 3 weeks prior to the March 30 assas-
tion attempt on his life here. President Reagan Tues-
f declared that he still hasn't made up his mind
F her Israel's raid June 7 on the Iraqi Osirak reactor
s justified.
The President said of the attack on the French-
lied reactor that it is "still under review'' and that it
appear to be a violation of the law regarding Ameri-
Mpona that were sold for defense purposes."'
The President indicated clearly that Israel has
ason for concern"' about the threat to its safety that
possibility of an Iraqi nuclear bomb posed. "We can
mfce." he said, 'that very possibly in conducting
it mission Israel might have sincerely believed it was a
ensivemove."
IS THE COURSE of the
SS- conference. the
, m spent a good deal
jtim.on the war in Leba-
ln ami Israel's continuing
En at. M late as Sunday
L prime Minister Begin,
Tripe out Syrian surface
Lr missiles there if Syria
^s not voluntarily
nove them. Israel has
contended that the missiles
pose a threat to its self
defensive capabilities, and
U.S. envoy Philip Habih's
current mission in the Mid-
dle East is his second
altempt to help resolve that
crisis.
The President wa- asked
during the conference if an attack
on the mi-siles by Israel would
President Reagan
also l>e construed as a violation of
U S laws under which weapons
sold to Israel for defensive
purposes only might be used in
such an attack The President
said Well, this ones going to
he one that I can't answer now."
He added I would hate to see
this happen At the same time.
he contended that they Syrian
missiles in I^ebanon are "of-
fensive weapons There is no
question about the direction in
which they are aimed." Following
the conference. Deputy White
Mouse Press Secretary Larry
Speakes, said that the President
had made a mistake. He did not
mean that the Syrian missiles are
"offensive" but "defensive'*
instead.
Referring to the current second
leg of the Habib mission, which
Israel's attack on the Osirak
reactor may well have put an end
to. Mr. Reagan observed that the
. Israel attack on the Syrian
missiles there "and our prospects
for trying to bring peace to Leba-
non were going to use every
effort we can to see that. there
isn't a firing of those missiles."
lie said of Habib's peace effort
that Habib is doing a
miraculous job" in preventing a
war in the Middle East and
added Until he (Habib) comes
home and says. T give up.' why. I
am going to believe that we can
do it (resolve the crisis without a
war I
Of continued Israeli threats to
remove the missiles by force if
Habib is not successful, the
President noted: "We are going
to use every effort we can to see
that there isn't a firing of
.those missiles."
Others Elected at
Miami Jewish
Federation's
Annual Meeting
Miami Chapter
Gralnick Named Dicector of AJCommittee
William A Gralnick has been
ofd southeast regional
ir of the American Jewish
emitter The Miami Chapter
become the seat of AJC's
utheast Region. The appoint-
Dt. effective July 1. was an
need by Bertram H. Gold, ex-
jse vice president of the
oral organization.
As director of the Southeast
lion. Gralnick will be
laponsible for the implements
km of national AJC programs
lad policies through AJC chap-
ran and units in the State of
IFbnda He also supervises the
JKtiMtieo of the Southeast Area
Isffice covering Georgia.
Wdliom A Gralnick
Alabama. Mississippi. Ten-
nessee. North Carolina and South
Carolina. He succeeds Brenda
Shapiro in the office.
AN EXPERIENCED execu-
tive in management and adminis-
tration. Gralnick joined the AJC
in January. 1975. He has become
well-known for his work with
Cat ho be and Protestant church
leaders throughout the South-
east, having coordinated interre-
hgious dialogues with the
Catholic Church, the Presbyter-
ian Church (U.S.) the N. C.
Baptist Association, and the
Greek Orthodox Church. He also
founded three offshoots of the
National Interreligious Task
force on Soviet Jewry.
5 Year Program
UHH Receives $7 Million Grant
r An estimated 1,000 elderly persons in Dade County
Kill receive help from a just-announced $7 million grant to
|tht Miami Jewish Home and Hospital for the Aged. The
Ipani will fund the institution's five-year demonstration
|PfOKr'im scheduled to begin in October.
Benefited by the
I Program will be persons
hintf in Miami and Miami
[reach. as well as Surf side.
Wth Hay Village. Bay
I Harbor Islands and Bal
arbour. Sam
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lnd over, live in these com-
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ie 115.000
years of age
by the program will
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|!s:,"': Bal Harbour Some
tm/*"' ]'""'"* fi5 years of age
live in these com
I "Unities
HIRT. executive di-
the Miami Jewish
rRKU
"" i ine Miami Jewisn
jn*. emphasized that the new
Pjfrtin is actually a money
F" tor the federal government
f th- program were
ppnslly submitted to the Car-
F Administration, but final ap-
\ --aen by the Reagan
-t rat ion team
LJhis could be the last of the
H*ral money to come down for
[""grams." Hirt said.
**'"* pointed reference to
IsiT Reagan's n'* j*>licvof
[""Wetting for social and
' "Jnomic need
The grant to the Miami Jewish
Home is based partly on the na-
tional long-term care channeling
demonstration program, which is
designed to test alternatives to
institutional care for the elderly
Data collected will result from a
randomly-directed half of the
participants to already existing
community resources Others will
ba chaneled to the new am iCM
HIRT EXPLAINED that
channeling I- I \ peeled to divert
people from much more costly
.union.il an I goal that is
\,r\ much in keeping" with
President Reagan' new fiscal
policies
Services to be provided by the
new Miami program will include
a 'mobile market for delivering
grocery and household items to
the impaired elderly or those with
transportation problems.
The program will also expand
dav-care service-, to supplement
dating Monday through-Friday
adult dav-care programs with
special weekend care Other ele-
ments will include
Home improvement
featuring grab bars in bathtub*
and structural modifications to
..mmodate wheelchairs tor
handicapped elderly so that they
can continue to live at home
Homemaker-assistance. em-
phasizing shopping, light house-
keeping, meal-preparation and
visitation:
Home-delivered meals and
health services;
Consulting dietitians, who
wUl visit to help plan meals and
educate the elderly in planning
balanced meals.
BARBARA BROADBAR.
channeling project director and
former state specialist in pro-
grams for the aging, said that
actual delivery of services to the
elderly *' begin in January-
Screening hi the program will
b conducted by United Hob*
Care, an agency of United Way
Administration of the program
will be directed entirely from the
Miami Jewish Home
Panel Disciwsion
For Single
Parents
The series of presentations for
single parents called It Doesn't
End With Divorce sponsored by
the South Dade Jewish Commu-
nity (enter will hold a panel dis
comma on The F.motional Well
Being oi Children of Singh
Par> lunt 89 The mmJOB
will begin at 8 p.m at the South
Dade JCC, 12401 B\fl I0S Km
Miami.
.Gralnick ia currently coordi-
nating the adaptation and imple-
mentation of AJC's Family Life
Survey in Nashville, Memphis
and Knoxville. Tenn. This
pioneering research will provide
data not gathered since the
1950s and 60s.
Active in combatting anti-
Semitism. Gralnick collaborated
on two investigative series
probing the activities of the Ku
Klux Klan in the Southeast. Each
won mention in the 1981 Puutizer
Prize judging. Gralnick also
helped prepare Nashville Tennee-
sean reporter Jerry Thompson to
infiltrate the Klan.
PRIOR TO joining AJC.
Gralnick was associated with the
Drug Liberation Program, a four-
town area drug treatment
program in Southern Connec-
ticut. He served that agency first
as management and organization
specialist, and later as project
director.
He was also deputy director of
the Committee on Training and
Employment, an anti-poverty
agency in Stamford. Conn.
Gralnick received his BS and
MA degress, in political science,
from George Washington
University. He has a Certificate
in Urban Planning and Renewal
from the University of Pitts-
burgh, and began work towards
a PhD degree at the University of
Colorado.
In Johnstown, where he lived
for several years, he was housing
consultant to the NAACP. and a
member of both the Mayor's
Advisory Committee and the
I rban Rmwwal Commission's
Review Committee
IN STAMFORD. Gralnick
served as chairman of the Police
Community Relations Com
mittee, and was an incorporator
and board member of the Oppor-
tunities Industrialization Center,
a self-help and job training
program for inner city residents.
He was a board member of At-
lanta Interfaith Broadcasting
and Yeshiva High School of At-
lanta He is a graduate of Leader-
ship Atlanta
He is married to the former
Konni Ann Sherwood. They have
two sons. Justin and Marc.
N
Samuel I.
Adler
Norman
Braman
Norman 11
Lipoff
Melvin
Kartzmer
J~
Marilyn
Smith
Mrs Sol
Goldstein
Donald
Left on
Myra
Fan-
New officers of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation
elected at Federation's annual
meeting on June 10. Harry A.
(Hap) Levy heads the slate as
reelected president. (See
story. Page 1-AJ
tJewisib Floridian
Miami Florida Friday, June 19. 1981
SECTION B


Page 2-B
Sen. Gordon Keynotes
'Senior Power' Event
In an effort to demonstrate the
strengths and concerns of the
elderly population cf Dade
County, two South Florida social
service agencies are sponsoring
"Senior Power in 1981". from 1
p.m. to 2:30 p.m.. on Friday.
June 26. at the Miami Beach
Theater of the Performing Arts.
Keynote speaker for the event.
which is expected to fill the 3.000-
seat theater, is State Senator
Jack Gordon of Miami Beach.
"Senior Power" is sponsorea
by the Area Agency on Aging,
the Miami Jewish Home and
Hospital for the Aged and the
Jewish Community Centers of
South Florida.
Participants in this event will
focus attention on senior centers,
nutrition projects, and other net-
work programs in the community
in order to send a message to leg-
islators in Tallahassee to promote
further development of com-
munity services for senior citi-
zens, and to generate greater
public awareness of the aging of
American society Elected dele-
gates to the Silver-Haired Legis
lature will address such concerns
as social security benefits,
reduced costs for public utilities,
increasing Medicare reimburse-
ment rates, transportation, and
the lack of low and moderate
priced housing for the elderly in
Dade County.
"Senior Power in 1981" is free
and open to the public. Free re-
freshments will be provided, and
transportation is available at no
cost through Metro-Dade public
transportation and Senior Rid
vehicles.
The event will also celebrate
the vital role of senior citiaen?
which entertainment sponsored
by PACE, featuring Frank Hub-
bell and the Stompers. along with
a sing-along in English. Spanish.
and Yiddish The EPOCH
Seniors Dance Group will also
perform
Each participant in the pro-
gram will receive an information
package prepared by the Miami
Jewish Home and Hospital for
the Aged and the Jewish Com-
munity Centers of South Florida
containing information on how to
become politically active, and
where to find social services in
Dade County Seniors will be en-
couraged to write letters and
send telegrams to their elected
officials expressing their con
cerns
Career, Business Women to Meet
The Business and Ci
Women of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation Women's
Division will discuss the poten-
tial citizen impact of Jewish
women in Dade County on
Wednesday. June 24 at 7:30 p.m.
at the Federation building.
Brenda Shapiro, the former di-
rector of the American Jewish
Committee in Miami and
currently a community relations
consultant, will be the special
guest speaker at the meeting
Business and Career Women,
recently formed by the Women's
Division, encompasses Jewish
women of all ages and careers.
and strives to meet the needs of
working women who wish to be
part of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation. Throughout the year.
Business and Career Women
hosts educational meetings, and
participates in leadership
development activities and the
Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel
Emergency Fund campaign.
Overall chairman of the group
is Nancy Bloom. Other chairmen
include Rachel Eichelman. Lead-
ership Development; Dottie
Ridge. Community Education:
Amy Dean and Robin Davidson.
Campaign. Francme Abramoff
serves as secretary.
Emanu-El Combines
Graduation Service
Graduation exercises of the re-
ligious school of the Miami Beach
congregation and the Hebrew
Day School sponsored by Temple
Emanu-El took place this week.
Graduates of the afternoon
religious school include Scott
Podvin. David Weiss. Stephen
Kaplus. Jeffrey Soffer. Tracy
Srybnik. Garrett Grabarnick.
and Alan Richardson.
Ninth grade graduates of the
Lehrman Day School include
Ofer Amir, Andrew Demsey. Lisa
Diamond. Arlene Greifer. Felicia
Haber. Gila Madam. Anthony
Lee. Gary Mars. Vova Okun.
Seth Silverman and Ari Sklar.
Eighth grade graduates of the
Lehrman Day School include
Marlene Bedzow. Michael
Chavin. Elana Edelman. Valeria
Garazi. Amy Green. Kenneth
Greifer. David Hadani. Jeffrey
Held. Shari Holbert. David Levy
Adam Malek. Lee Moore, Joel
Schantz. Sally Segel. Sand
Suanman. Lee Streicher. Jennifer
Taplm. Danny Shaya. Jeffrey
W inkier and Eyal Zipory.
Society Relects Harriet Green
Harriet Green has been re-
elected president of the Jewish
Historical Society of Soutr
Florida. Inc., for a third term.
She will serve for 1981-82 to
gether with other officers of an
orgaruzaUon which seeks to
record and preserve historical
records of Jewish community and
family life from Key West to
Tampa along both Florida coasts
Other officers elected include
Abraham Lavender and MaJvina
W. Irishman, vice presidents;
Linda Palsy, recording secretary.
and Margot Bergthal. treasurer.
Seymour B. Liebman is honorary
life president.
Members of the board of di-
rectors are Nobel laureate Isaac
Bashevis Singer. Gerald Sen
wartz, Dr. Julian Weinkle. Mary
G. Brand. Larry Kucznaky. Dr.
Robert Litowitz, Beatrice
Muskat. Theodore Nelson.
Marilyn Potash. Harry Rich.
Robert Sandier. Dr. Jaime Such
ucki. Judge Moie J. L. Tendrich
and MoUie Press.
Tescher To
Lead Beth
David Slate
Donald R. Teacher will begin
Beth David Congregation's 70th
Anniversary Year as Synagogue
President, having been elected
during the annual meeting of the
congregation on June 14.
A member of the congregation
for 30 of those 70 years. Mr.
Teacher is a law partner in the
firm of Schwartz. Nash, Hecker-
ling. Tescher. and Kantor. P.A.
He has been the Vice Chairman
Histadrut Schedules
Israel Conference
Dr. Sol Stain. .
Rabbi Leon Kronish. Chairman
of the Board have innnni^
plans for an Israel Leadership
Conference and Tour November
10 through 17. under the auspkes
of ..... Israel Histadrut Foun
dation.
The Conference is open to all
friends of Israel. The Seven Day
Conference will take place in Tel
Aviv and Jerusalem
Details on the mission can be
obtained at the local Israel
Histadrut Foundation office.
Donald R Teacher
of the Florida Bar Tax Section,
an adjunct professor of law at the
University of Miami School of
Law
A lifetime resident of Miami,
he is married to Gail S. Tescher.
former president of the Beth
David Sisterhood. herself
presently a member of the con-
gregation's Board of Directors.
They are the parents of two
children. Jennifer and Jonathan.
Other officers elected were:
Philip Bergman. Executive Vice
'resident, and Jerome Shevin.
Mrs Irene Sholk. Jose Portnoy.
Dr. Jules Minkes. Martin Hell-
man. Mrs. Elayne Tendrich. and
Morris Cohen. Vice Presidents.
Treasurer is Dr. Stanley Zakarin.
Financial Secretary is Robert W.
Spiegelmsn. Assistant Treasurer
is Dr. Abraham Benyunes. and
Recording Secretary. Myron
Stay man
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Award to Arnold Kaplan, M.D. at the 1981 Annual Meetwo
the Michael-A n n Russell JCC. *'
Michael-Ann Russell JCC
Selects New Board Membei
JCC Spirit Award to Arnold
Kaplan. M.D. The annual awan
donated by David Posnak i
given to the member who ..,
contributed most to the CenteTi
health and physical education
program over the past year
In presenting the award Kr
Seley. M.D.. chairman of u.
health and physical educaual
committee cited Or Kaplans!
continuing support for Owl
program over the past four yean.
and his special contribution tol
the development of a cardiac r*|
habihution program which will
begm at the Michael Ann Russell
JCC within the next several |
months.
Members of the Michael-Ann
Russell Jewish Community
Center in North Miami Beach
elected 12 members of the North
Dade community to I ir board
at the Centers annu- meeting
held on June 4.
Elected to three year terms on
the board were Karen Budowsky.
Rabbi Julian Cook. Jay Fine.
MI). Howard Gordon. Sanford
Kravitz. Roberta Kuttler. Wil-
liam Lehman. Jr.. Evelyn
Mitchel. Nathan Katzen. Michael
Scheck. Forrest Raff el. and Erick
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Local Israel Bond Leaders
To Celebrate Anniversary
rn_^j. Minister aiwt ranntinn ku >1
+ k*i*.hrUrk*an
Aged Auxiliary Reelects Zelda Thau
* two down South Florid.
3 Bonds leaders wdl jom
Jg 500 Jewish leaders from
*JJi the world in a gala lOday
ffition in Isr~l of the 30th
^versary of the hunching of
*f?\Z2 Bond cwnpaign in
1951
ne festivities wOl take plan
the International 30th
Anniversary Celebration of Israel
S,tnb?hdd from August 10
yAugur: 20. Rabbi l*on
Eromsh. N.uor-1 Campaign
Chsirman. is serving as Confer
tone Chairman.
This Conference." Rabbi
Itonish said, 'has been planned
a celebration as an en-
ov.ble and festive visit which
Ul undoubtedly be the most in-
teresting and exciting trip to
Israel ever made by Iarael Bond
delegates."
Highlights of the observance
will be a dinner with the Prime
Minister and a reception by the
President of Israel at his official
residence.
A number of celebrities who
have been identified with the
Israel Bond campaign during the
past 30 years Hal Linden, Jan
Peerce. Roberta Peters and
Shelley Winters as well as noted
author Elie Wiesel will come to
Israel to take part in the
celebration.
History will be made when the
delegates visit the site of the
projected Mediterranean-to-Dead
Sea Canal where they will partici-
pate in s special ceremony in
connection with this long
dreamed of project.
Perhaps the most spectacular
of the many events will be the
sound-and-light show at Masada
depicting the heroic struggle for
freedom over 1900 years ago at
the very spot where it happened.
Southeast Region United
Synagogue Executive To
Meet June 26
Franklin D. Kreutter. Presi-
dent of the Southeast Region of
the I'nited Synagogue of
America, has just returned from
the Conference of Regional Presi-
dents Meeting in Philadelphia.
Matters relevant to Conserva-
tive Judaism will be the agenda
of the Executive Committee
meeting which will be meeting on
Friday. June 26 to Monday. June
29. in Dade and Broward
Counties.
Sessions and religious services
ire planned at Temple Beth
Israel. Fort Lauderdale. Beth
Torah Congregation, and Temple
Or Olom A private reception for
Presidents of constituent congre-
gations will be held Sunday.
The Southern Council of the
Region consists of 20 major Con-
servative Congregations in the
Dade. BrowardT and West Palm
Reach areas.
The Executive Committee of
the Southeast Region, in addition
to KreuUer. is composed of
Marlene Lusskin. Hollywood.
regional Vice President: Leon
Polstein. Atlanta. Ga.. regional
Vice President; Herbert Lei
chuck. North Miami Beach.
Southern Council Vice President;
Sam Pincus Lakeland. Central
Council Vice President: Lou
Meltwr. Dalton. Ga.. Northern
Council Vice President Linda
Tillmger. Savannah. Ga..
Eastern Council Vice President;
J. B Mazer, Birmingham, Ala.,
Western Council Vice President;
Doctor Alan MarcoviU. Boca
Raton. Treasurer: and Roberta
Sterner. Oak Ridge. Tenn Fi
nancml Secretary.
Inquiries may be directed to
the North Miami Beach Regional
Office.
Sholom Fine
Arts In
Summer Session
The School of Fine Arts of
Temple Beth Sholom announces
its fourth annual summer school
session starting the week of
Monday. June 22. under the di-
rection of Judy Drucker.
Classes will be conducted for
eight weeks in Ceramics with
Henry Small and Dorothy
Knopke. Painting and Drawing
*ith Carol Kasdan. Ballet with
Libby Yellen. Piano with Mindy
Fleissig. Folk Guitar with Eve
Conviaer. and Tutoring in all
subjects with KsTthy Lyrne.
Franklin D Krrutzer
The Greater Miami Women's
Auxiliary of the Miami Jewish
Home and Hospital for the Aged
held its annual installation lunch
reflecting Zelda Thau as
president.
Since the Miami Jewish Home
was established in 1946, the
Greater Miami Women's Auxil-
iary has grown to 1,162 members-
Some, were among the pioneers
that helped to build the Home 36
years ago.
Mrs. Thau has received the
auxiliary's highest honor for her
past five years of leadership as
president. She was named
Woman of the Year for 1981-82.
Her term will culminate with a
luncheon in her honor next
Spring.
Also installed at the luncheon
were Frances Makovsky, vice-
president: Ruth Silvers, vice-
president and donor journal
chairwoman; and Helen Berman
and Henny Jaffee. vice-
presidents and membership
chairwomen. Honorary life P8';
dents Mollie Silverman and Shan
SUverman were present for the
installation
The Physics! Therapy Depart-
ment and the Silvermsn Health
Center, where residents receive
individual attention for their
specific medical needs, were
donated by Greater Miami
members. The auxiliary sponsors
monthly birthday parties and the
annual Mother's Day party for
residents at the Home. Members
volunteer in various capacities at
the Home including, friendly
visiting and as clerks in the gift
shop.
Judge Irving Cypen, Chairman
of the Board of Directors of the
Home, was installation officer.
Other officers installed at the
ceremony were Rae Hammerman,
recording secretary; Anne Tan-
enbaum. business secretary; Mae
Irving Cypen (center) Chairman of the Board oftheBoardof
the Miami Jewish Home, installed officers of the GterM,au
Women's Auxiliary, including (from left) Hazel Cypnpa?
liamentarian; Mollie SUverman, honorary life l*mid**t,- MtUU
Thau, president; and Shari Silverman, honorary life president.
Meyer, financial secretary and
treasurer; Sophie Weiss, corre-
sponding secretary and New Yaw
card chairman: Rose Kobsa.
Birthday Club chairman; Sally
Spaet Greehouse, bulletin chair-
man; and Hani Cypen. parlia-
mentarian.
Alper Family To Dedicate
School At Hebrew U.
Mrs Alper, before her death.
Friends of the Hebrew Univer
sity from around the world will
gather in Jerusalem June 28. to
experience and celebrate the Uni-
versity's historic return to Mount
Scopus.
Among thon who will attend
are David Alper and his son. Wil-
liam and daughter-in-law. Anne.
They will dedicate the David and
Mary Alper School of Nutritional
and Domestic Science Building at
the School of Agriculture in
Rehovot-
David Alper. a resident of
Florida since 1926, with his wife,
Mary, operated Rosedale Delica-
tessen and Restaurants, one of
the best known eaterin at that
time. After 13 years they sold
their business and retired. They
later ventured forth into real
estate and development in South
Florida, and became involved
with charitable organizations.
was involved in Hadasnh. B'nai
B'rith Women's organization.
David Alper has been a
member of the Masonic Order for
the past 50 years, s member of
the Zionist Organization of
America, and on the Board of Di-
rectors of Temple Menorah for
the past 25 years.
Alper s philanthropic endeav-
ors, include the "Center of Jewish
Studin" at the Ramot Shapiro
World Youth Andemy located at
Moshav Beit Meir.
Jewish Worship Hour
Rabbi Eugene Labovitz of
Temple Ner Tamid. Miami
Beach, will appear on "The
Jewish Worship Hour" on
Channel 10 on Sunday. June
21. at 8 a.m.
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Friday. Jun*i9il98l
The 1981
Fund Raising Party For
Cedars of Lebanon Health
Cere Center
3?a,&le*ta
Fontainebleau Hilton
Friday, June 5,1981
Mr. A Mrs.
Chairmen.
George Feldenkreis,
I
Mr & Mrs John O'SeiL Jr.
Mr. A Mrs lister Goldstein.
^BBBBalaVaVBa .
Dr. A Mrs. Richard Jacobs.,
Mrs. Leonard Miller, Chairmen
and Mr. Donald S. Rosenberg.)
Cedar's Chairman of the Board.
Dr. Melvlh Mackler A MsTShei
A. Skinner.
Dr. A Mrs. Lawrence Wheat man
. A Mrs. Charles Rosenblatt.
Mr. A Mrs. Joseph Garfield.,
'Mr. A Mrs. Leonard Miller,
Chairmen.
Dame Jean Loach, Dr. Alan Blackman. Mn
Elise Adams, Dr. Morris Rock stem \fr<
Kathleen 0 Rank.
Mr. A Mrs. Robert J. Bigge.
Mrs. Burt Belenke, Mr Ron Wayne. Mr.
Abel Holtz, Mrs. Martha Mishcon,
Mr Burt Belenke.
Mr. A Mrs. Adolph Berger
J____,
Dr. A Mrs. A. Frederick Schild.
Dr. StanUy Worton, Mrs. Donald I
Mrs. Adolph Berger.


Local Brother, Sister
On U.S. Sailing Team
At Maccabiah Games
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Page B
A Miami
wer team.
brother and
Audrey and
LtfSilverman. will be
peting with nine other
ieVK-ans on the U.S.
jng Team at the
enth World Maccabiah
julv 6 to 16 in Tel
Isratl With them on
[earn trill be Miamians
Rubin and David
mel
hudrry i- < l"-w member on
[University < in, Richard, a high school stu
pi and an accomplished sailor.
UllWttri in ihe U.S. and
nark Abo representing the
,mi area ia Jack Kogan.
nber of the I' S Karate Team
,U I),' joining eight other
ate experts attending the
(THE GREATER Miami area
libo repn m rued by Paul Bar-
North Miami Beach and
Ponnan, Miami (Golf);
rk Horn. Hollywood (Gym-
UCt|; Rand) Schwartz (Rifle);
Baasichia, Plantation
ummingi. Michael Butter.
mi. and Laura Bernstein.
|gii\iM>d iIVnniM. Leslie Fern.
t'h Miami (Volleyball);
ard Hirsch. North Miami
chlVS'ater Polo I.
(Accompanying the Florida
Btin|(enl Kill be Lawrence Katz
Miami Heach who will be
chinjc the five-man Rifle
|A highlight of the pre-Game
Ml will Ik' the departure for
of 300 leading supporters
! their families who will "li\e
(unit- from start to finish.
think it is significant, says
linen A drams, general chair-
In of the I S Maccabiah Or-
ui\ Commit I, that these
icatsd people who have
Hud I-r.ul so many times in
pntt will devoti- two full
!'' in the Maccabiah
ban
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the I9T7 (iames was the
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had won the (iold Medal in the
two MViuui (lames and was
heavily hvorad to win for the
third Straight time Hut a young
U S. team fought us way to the
finals and then edged the Israeli
team 82-91, la one of the most
thrilling basketball champ-
ionship games e\ 8f
IN SWIMMING, the I'S won
awaij event in 1977 in nan 1
competition Tha American team
also dominated the women's
competition Hilary Hergman
was the star of the men's team,
winning lil Gold Medals of the
lt> swept b> the U S men Uen
d> Wainberg matched Bergman's
parformaaca among the women
Neither Hergman nor Wain-
berg is tapactad U> compete in
1981. but coach Gambnl hopes U)
hava an aquall) strong team to
represent the U.S. including
\lu ha. I Saphir. Mark Gordin
and Stanford graduate Sam
Krunklin who will !> making his
third return to the (iames
Kqu.ills strong li'ams are ex-
peited to represent the U.S. in
the various other sports. Trials
are in progress across the country
in such events as water polo.
OCOar, karate, women s volley -
IniII. golf, wrestling, women's
gynnastics. tennis and basket-
ball. Teams for many other
sports will be selected based on
national standards similar to
those used in swimming.
In 1977. nearly 50.000 people
turned out for the colorful and
meaningful Opening Ceremonies
at Kaiii.ii Can National Stadium
in Tel Avhf The (iames tra-
ditionally close with a parade of
athletes through the Old City of
Jerusalem and a moving night
ciremonv at the historic Western
Wall
Beth Tov Dinner
Features
New Officers
A joint installation dinner of
Temple Beth Tov and Sisterhood
officers will take place Sunday
June 21 at 6:30 p.m. at the
Temple
Officers to be inducted are :
HeubenlA-derman.president; Abe
Rosa, 1st vice president; Norman
II Siegel. 2nd vice president;
Hose Gruberg, vice president;
Sarah Fish, treasurer; Rose H.
Roaa, recording secretary; Cecile
I'risand. corresponding secre-
tary. Sarah Fish, financial secre-
tary: Hen Jeffries. Helen Jeffries.
Frankie Siegel trustees; Frank
Harness, ritual; Milton Miller.
I^gal; Abe Rose. Norman H.
Siegel. house; Alfred Finkelstein.
budget. Helen Jeffries. Rose
(iruberg. Heulah Fallot. refresh-
ments; Mararet Taub. publicity;
and Frankie Siegel. editor.
Rabbi Nathan Bryn is the
spiritual leader of the Temple.
Tifereth Jacob Elects
The election and installation of
officers at Temple Tifereth Jacob
was held. Installed were Ted
Mohel. president; Abe Schulman,
vice president. Claire Mohel,
treasurer; Fay Stein, secretary
and Miriam Galik. financial sec-
retary. The governing board in-
cludes Ira Callman. Molly
Gashum and Rose Vavda.
JWV Cohen
Post Meets
The Harry H. Cohen Post 723.
Jewish War Veterans will hold
their next meeting on Sunday
morning. June 21. at 10 a.m.. at
the Community Center. Miami
Beach.
Joel Levy (left to right) and Morris Futernick discuss the
coming year at the South Dade JCC with Muriel Russell, Presi-
dent of the JCC's of South Florida, and Harry A. (Hap) Levy,
President of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation.
Joel Levy Honored At
South Dade JCC
Joel Levy was honored by the
South Dade Jewish Community
Center for his two years of lead-
ership as chairman and president,
and Morris Futernick was in-
stalled as new president of the
South Dade JCC during the
Center's second annual meeting
held on June 3.
The new vice-presidents for the
coming year are Maurice Donksy.
Alan Gold. Naomi Olster. and
Sanford Susman. Nancy Brooks
was elected secretary of the
board. and Burton Honig.
treasurer.
The officers were chosen by the
board following the election of 21
South Dade residents as new
members of the Board of Direc-
tors. The new board members
include: J.W. Baros. III.
Abraham Benyunes. M.D.. Alvin
Brown. Steven Brownstein.
Rabbi Mitchell ChefiU. Linda
Fieldstone. and Lynne Green-
baum.
Also elected to the board were
Stephanie Hauser, Jack Kapner.
Bernita King, Richard Kohn. Neil
Littauer. Hillelene Lustig, and
Clifford Marks. D.D.S.
Marcia Reisman. Leonard
Selkowitz, Robert Shapiro, Ruth
Shere. Ed Shohat. Barry White,
and Harry Weitzer round out the
newly elected board members.
The newly installed board
members join 21 others serving
the second year of a two year
term.
Joel Levy, who will continue on
the board, was honored by his
fellow board members and the
professional staff of the Center.
In accepting the presidency for
1981-82. Morris Futernick
stressed that continued ex-
pansion of the membership base,
and work toward the creation of a
new campus for the South Dade
JCC would be high on his list of
goals for the coming year.

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Bar
Mitzvahs
LANCE BURSTYN
Lance Jay. son of Mr. and Mr.
Ira Kriegerand Mr. Sam Burstyn
will become a Bar Mitzvah at
Temple Menorah. Saturday
morning. June 20.
The celebrant is a seventh
grade student at the Hebrew
Academy where he has attended
for the past five years.
Mr. and Mr Krieger will host a
dinner Friday evening, in ad-
dition to a Kiddush following the
services, and a reception and
dinner at Temple Menorah Sun-
day evening
Special guests will include his
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Max
Krger
BLA1R KAUFMAN
Blair K.van. son of I)r and
Mrs Ronald Kaufman, will
observe his Bar Mitzvah at Beth
I "rah Congregation on Saturday
morning. June 20.
The celebrant is a seventh
grade student at Highland Oaks
Junior High School and a
member of the Dalet class at
Ueth Torah' Religious School.
Blair s interest is stamp
collecting
Mr and Mrs Kaufman will
sponsor the Kiddush following
the services. Special guests will
include his grandparents. Mrs.
Bertha Kaufman and Mr. and
Mrs Herman Freshman.
GERALD RAPPAPORT
Gerald, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Marvin Rappaport. will observe
his Bar Mitzvah at Beth Torah
Congregation on Saturday af-
ternoon. June 20.
The celebrant is a student at
Beth Torah and a seventh grade
student at Highland Oaks Junior
High. He was the recipient of the
poetry award in I960 at the Oade
County Youth Fair. His hobbies
are roller skating and runs.
Among the guests will be his
grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Rappaport,
MICHAEL A VERSA
Michael, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Aversa will observe his
Bar Mitzvah at Temple Beth
Moahe on Saturday morning.
June 20
The celebrant is in the seventh
grade at Highland Oaks Junior
High School. He is an active USY
member and excels in all water
sports.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Aversa
will host the Oneg Shabbat on
Friday evening, and will sponsor
the Kiddush following the sen-
ices. A reception and dinner at
the Doral Beach Hotel will be
Gross Academy
Graduates
Commencement exercises of
the Rabbi Alexander S. Gross
Hebrew Academy was held last
week. Graduates included:
Mn lia.l A Austin. Gerard It HabllU
< laaa Maker. Hersrwl C Baahvr Marc
A Ben V.xrm. Vaarov tUimufl M..uch
l**i|rla .S Urelndel. Salome BreUner,
Ivan Clment. Kevin S iHjnayrr
Jeaaira Khrenreirh Jonathan 11 Kiaeti
berg. Moaa M Kllenboren. Solomon
KaqunwKi. I'oilna Kiahklna. Candance
Aron M r i iedman
Klleen i.LllIleb llebra | fin.
Mn he, s i.;ruaaman 3ara.li N Hal-
pern. MaJka Holder Iieborah H Kan*,
laaar LaacfcM, Rom M I--ff David
turner Ceraon J LevlU Marlene
l-uhter. Alvaaa LlfsnuiU. Glenn A
Mandelkern Klena Mania. Mict...
Mark. Kmanuel Mayer, Label Miller
I.yrw l> Miller
Tova Oviuh AaherParlln. HarahelU
Kephun Joaaph K ftirftter. Mark E
Kouaao, James Saka. Steven t- Scruff
Kyala Sennar ttialm Sherhter Mellaa 1. Simon.-
Meera Skolnlk Kranrine I) Stein. Reva
Strauch. Jody C UlUea, Mania Wiener
Vivian M VVieael Honnlc Zoberg
Technion Social Welcomes President
Lance Burstyn
held in honor of the occasion.
Special guests will include grand-
mother. Mrs. Ann Aversa. and
grandparents. Mr. and Mrs
Harold L Fein
MARK STEIN
Mark EL, son of Ms. Myra
Stein will be called to the Torah
as Bar Mitzvah on Saturday
morning. June 20. at Temple Or
(Mom.
The celebrant is a student in
the Or Olom religious class and is
in the seventh grade at Kockway
Junior High School Mark excels
m swimming. skating and
dramatics.
Ms. Myra Stein will host the
Kiddush following the services in
honor of the occasion. A recep-
tion will be held at Her Bets
Restaurant
Special guests will include his
grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. lien
Haas of Delrav Beach, and
I arolyn Herman of Davtona
Beach
Sinai Confirms
Confirmation services at Tem-
ple Sinai of North Dade were held
with Rabbi Ralph P Kingsley
the Synagogue's spiritual leader
presiding at the serv ices Mem
bers of the class were Lisa Bex
ger. Richard Birnholz. Lisa Drue
ker. Tamar Duffner. Adam
Glassman. Heidi Greenfield. Jack
Heilig. Julie Hinds. Judy Hy-
man. Jeff lserson. David Israel.
Natalie Link. David Nault. Pres-
ton Pious. Sherry Studnik. Amy
Weiner. Alison Weinstein and
Jennie Weisberg
A Kiddush hosted by the
parents followed the services.
Dr. Schechterman
to Speak
Dr. Bernard Schechterman.
professor of political science at
the University of Miami, will
speak on the Soviet Union and
Middle East Politics, on Wednes-
day evening. June 24 at 8 p.m..
sponsored by the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation at the Jewish
Community Centers of South
Florida. South Dade Facility.
A special get-together was held
for members of the Board of Di-
rectors and guests of the Greater
Miami Chapter of the American
Technion Society this week at the
Banker's Club, in Miami. The
dinner and social occasion was
presided over by the Chapter's
new President. Gerald S. Fngel
Sam B. Topf. National Chair-
man and founding President of
Consultants for Israeli Indus-
tries. Southern Regional Presi-
dent of the American Israel
Chamber of Commerce, and
immediate past President of the
James Albert
Named To
Housing Hall
Of Fame
James M. Albert, a Florida
builder and housing activist with
the National Association of
Home Builders for a quarter of a
century, was inducted into the
Housing Hall of Fame in recog-
nition of his lasting contribution
to the cause of providing all
Americans with decent and af-
fordable homes
James Albert passed away in
1976. He was a former president
of Temple Beth Sholom. Chair
man of Israel Bonds, and was
president of Mt Sinai Medical
Center.
Albert was honored with 14
other housing leaders in ceremo-
nies held by NAHB. His selection
by the Board of Governors was
announced in January' during the
trade association's annual
convention-exposition
.l.iin.- M Albert was a leader
in the drive to build affordable
housing for the South during the
1940s." said Herman Smith.
NAHB President Through his
tireless pursuit of professional
excellence, he has left a stamp
upon our industry for which mil-
lions of Americans owe their
appreciation.'
i Albert was Honorary NAHB
Life Director In the 1950s heee-
Ublished an NAHB international
housing program to instruct
Latin American builders in U.S.
construction techniques
The Housing Hall of Fame was
established by NAHB in 1976. A
plaque bearing Albert's likeness
has been placed on permanent
display in the Housing Hall of
Fame -located in the National
Housing Center. Washington.
DC
ORT Conference Set
' It s an ORT Taught World
will be the theme of the Planning
Conference of the Southeastern
Florida Region of Women's
American ORT. Over 200 women
are expected to attend the confer
ence and luncheon which will be
held at the Doral Hotel. Tuesday
June 23. at 9 a.m.
The meeting will highlight
achievements to date, and
numerous workshops will be
conducted to plan for future
projects, according to Pearl Sch-
wartz, chairperson.
President of the Region. Jean
Rose, will give a year-end report
and will project perspectives for
the coming year at the- prelimi-
nary session. Mrs. Rose will also
present ORT s annual check to
the Jewish Vocational Service for
its Revolving Loan Fund.
Kugene dreenspan will accept
the check on behalf ol t he ,1 VS.
Special guest speaker will be
Judy Rosenberg. Director of
Career Education for Dade
County Schools.
Marianne Shayne Heads Lorber
Marianne Shayne was installed
as President of Lorber Chapter,
of the National Jewish Hospital-
National Asthma Center. Den-
ver, Colorado, for the ensuing
year.
Marianne has been a member
for several years, and has held
many posts including Program
and Fund Raising.
The Lorber Chapter will meet
again on Tuesday. Sept. 15 Th.
program is to include the confer-
ence report NJH-NAC an
nounces it is doing research in
Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis
and Loupus Disease
Beth Am Confirmands In Services
Confirmation services at Tem-
ple Beth Am were held. The
members of the confirmation
class include Jon Barry. Todd
Friedman, Heidi Klein. Amy
Mann. Jeff Margolis. Robert
Moss. Michael Quart in. Eric
Roth. Ruth Schrenzel. Brie
Sheldon, Andrew Shubert and
Greg Stewart.
Greater Miami Chapter. Ameri-
can Technion Society, was the
evening's guest speaker.
Among those present were Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph Abelow, Ms.
Flora S. Aranson. Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Bakerman. Peter Blk-
stein. Simon Brassier. Leon
Cooper. Mr. and Mrs. Jordan
Davidson. Mr. and Mrs Sol
Drascher. Ms. Sandra Fisher. Mr.
and Mrs. Murray M. Friedman.
Mr. and Mrs Jerrold Goodman.
Mr. and Mrs. Abraham A. Grun-
hut. Mr. and Mrs. Norman S.
Gorson. Mrs Vivian Hyman %
and Mrs. Al Isaacson Mr'*,
Mrs. Harry Kahan. Mr and C
Morris Kirsh. Ms Laurie
man. Jon Kislak. Mr and M
Sidney Lewis. Sheldon Neuni"
Simon Portnoy. Mr and M
Donald Reiff. Ms Lynn rZ
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur RosS
Judge and Mrs Herbert Shan,!!
Mr and Mrs. Harry $%
Mrs. Saa B. Topf, HsWwS
denfeld, Mr and Mra w'
Wiener. Mr and \|rs *j-
Noungerman
Community Federal Savings'
Opens North Dade Office
Community Federal Savings
& Loan Association opened its
fourth office Monday, at 20400
Biscayne Blvd. in northeast
Dade with a festive opening cere-
mony featuring U.8 congress-
man William I-ehman and local
dignitaries
The new oftice. North Bis
cayne. is conveniently located to
laith North Dade and South
Hmward residents.
Our expansion plans follow
the areas which our depositors
indicate they would like us to es-
tablish a location, said Frank D.
Wallberg. President and Chair-
man of the Board
The (.rand Opening of the new
branch kicked off with a 9am
festive ceremony, including a
joint cutting of a ribbon of Com-
munity Federal "Checking with
Interest checks by Congress
man William I>ehman and Com-
munity Federals Frank D.
Wallberg Congressman I.ehman
addressed the opening day visi-
tors and remained to answer
questions before returning to
Washington
This is one of the largest pro-
motions our institution has put
on." said Frank Wallberg. "We
have confidence in the people of
this country and area. We have
confidence in the strength of the
American financial system We
Frank Wallberg. /'-.
and Chairman ; th, lioun
Community Federal Sa
<* Loan Association
will grow and expand despite the
gloom and doornesdav propatu
in the daily press, h.
During the month lonf Grand
Opening celebration
the new. modern facility *..
enjoy complimentary coffst and
bagels, free gifts and a CAM
register to win one ofl .*
dozen prizes including a '..
deposit in a "Chocking via
Interest' account, a color TV
dining certificates for fine
restaurants and gift certificate*
for groceries
Young Israel Elects
\ oung Israel of Greater Miami
elected the officers for the coming
year. Mr Irving Seidel was re-
elected for a second term as
President
First Vice President is David
Nemuov and Second Vice Presi-
dent. Joe Mevers Also re-elected
were Treasurer. Erosst 1 id
nancial Secretary. I r
Hirsch. Recording Secretary,
(iitty Lutr
Gabboyim are Wnuda
Itckowits. freest Field and
Yehuda Hersh Honorary ..abba;
is Morris Tepper
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Community Corner
The Junior Auxiliary of Miami Jewish Home and Hospital
the Aged will hold an annual Father's Day celebration on
|,y at 1 30 p.m. at Douglas Gardens. Mrs. George (Gladys)
I chairing the event has planned a program including dis-
SSofl <>' gi an<^ president. Mrs. Harry (Esther) Schneider
will welcome the residents and their guests.
George Schwartz has been elected an honorary member of
American Institute of Certified Public Accountants. Only
rp\s who have been members of the AICPA for more than 40
IH are eligible for election to the select category
Schwartz practiced accounting in Miami Heach for more
lihan years, heading his own CFA firm here beginning in 1941
and his wife. Martha, who moved to Miami Beach after their
[lA1T1age in 1925. moved to Wynmoore Village in Coconut
Knek. two yean ago.
Ironard H. Schwartz of Miami Beach is actirur president of
||l community wide Father's Day picnic, sponsored by United
IFather-. I tic which will be held Sunday. June 21. from 1 t.. 5
Ipm at the Home of United Fathers member Anthony Darnel.
|l(B3Soroll.' \\. (oral Gables
Commissioner Ruth Shack's Send a Kid to lamp pro
Ifram for elementary school children from poverty communities
[aDark' County will start once again this summer on June 28 at
Virginia Key and will last as long as private donations keep u
(running The program provides a unique da> camp experience
Tran-|M>rtation. swimming, games, arts and crafts, nature
Ijtudies | shirt and lunch will be provided through scholarships
Election of officer?, will take place at the membership
[meelinn of the Association for Jewish Special Education on
Ijune 22 Bt -Mi p.m. at the Jewish Federation. 4200 Biacayne
|Boule%ard Final reports of the year will be given by Leo Plot-
Ikin. president; Charlotte Kleiman. coordinator, and Vera Pk>l-
I am. treasurer
:ars of Lebanon has once again kicked off their Teenage
| Volunteer 1'rogram. The program is aimed at providing sup
piementar> service* throughout the Health Care Center as well
KMing teenagers to various health care centers Anyone
jtstween the ages of 16 and 19 with a rinoan (taeire to work in a
hospital is eligible to join the volunteer team by contacting the
.tal
The dreater Miami Opera has openings for all voices for its
I choral ensemble next season Auditions will be held on June 27.
Candidates will be expected to perform one aria or art song and
t read selections from the opera repertoire and should
firing their own accompanist Auditions will be held at the
\rtur>> di Filippi Educational Center
The Hoard of Directors for the Ronald McDonald House,
Ms elected 18 community leaders to serve on a Board of
Trustees which will play a major role in raising funds for the
IMH to Ik- built at the University of Miami-Jackson Memorial
tl Center.
ted to the Board of Trustees were John Coagrove.
iMiam:. Johnson E. Davis. Miami Shores; Tim Foley. Miami
Lakes Rev. Theodore Gibson. Miami: Shat/i Kassal. Golden
Beach Lr* Klein. North Miami Beach. William Krautheim.
Mittheu I.arkin. Ron Lavan. all of Miami; Ralph Marinson.
Bnrida Senator Van Pook*. both from Fort lauderdale. Gerald
PuKrr. Joe Robbie. John Scherhler. Robert Shevin. Harry Car-
*t Sharp, all of Miami; Sherwood Weiser. Coconut Grove; and
| John 1) White. Miami
Five new administrative posts have been established in the
iLnisersity of Miami School of Medicine by Dr. Bernard J.
fogel. i ice preaident for medical affairs and dean The new ap-
pointees are Dr. Wallace Jensen, vice chairman for clinical
Hairs m the department of medicine and medical director of the
private diagnostic clinic; Dr. Jeffrey Augenstein. associate dean
fcr information systems; Dr. Nancy Noble, associate dean tor
Faculu Personnel. Harvey Rose, service coordinator; and Mrs.
Gloria Allington. assistant director of the division of continuing
medical education
The support group for familv members of patients with
Alzhei:: Disease and Related Disorders will hold an
educational meeting on Thursday. June 25. at 10 p m. at In*
I'hureh. Bnckell Avenue Dr Peritz Srheinberg. Chair-
be Department of Neurology, Unrveraitj ol Miami
Medical School will speak on Alzheimer's disease current
"March The eupport group is sponsored b> the Mental Health
n of Dade Counts
Airman "Eric Kisenman. son of Mr and Mrs Norman Eisen-
an of Miami has graduated from the US. Air Force curse u
material specialists at Sheppard Air a. Texi
Wedding
Page 7 R
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, Thl Norman Bruce Brown Auxiliary and Post 1.4 ot the
War Veterans of the USA presented than IWWH
Human Relations Award to Eric Pomeran/. a ninth grade stu_
* at the Arvide Junior High School, at the school s aw am
emony held recently
l->n Rff of North Miami has been appoint! I member of
"new Jewish Welfare Board Art Project Com promote
0 ial limited edition of sengraphs bv artist Yaacov Agam
SCHRAUB HOFFMAN
Hillary Ellen Schraub and Kenneth Cary Hoffman
were married on June 14 at the Sonesta Beach Hotel
on Key Biscayne. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz of-
ficiated.
Mr. and Mrs Edgar D. Schraub of Miami Shores
and New York announced the marriage of their
daughter to the son of Mr. and Mrs. Larry Hoffman
of Coral (iables.
The bride was graduated from the Ransom Ever-
glades School and Duke University. She is now in
the Doctoral Program in Clinical Psychology at the
University of Miami.
Her father is president of Equity Associates. Inc..
national real estate developers. Her mother is the
former nationally syndicated columnist. "Ask The
Ieacher
The bridegroom was also graduated from the
Ransom Everglades School and is an alumnus of
lulane University. He is now attending the Uni-
versity of Miami Law School.
His father is partner in the Miami law firm of
Greenberg, Traurig, Askew, Hoffman. Lipoff,
Ouenteland Wolff. P.A.
Urt Kenneth Cary Hoffman
Engagement
TRKISTER LEUCHTER
Ml and Mrs Ben I,euchter of Vineland, New
Jersey, announce the engagement of their daugh
ter. Lisa, to Charles Treister. son of Mr. and Mrs.
Kenneth Treister of Coconut Grove
Ma LeuchtOf is a graduate of Vineland High
School. She received a bachelor's degree from
Northwestern University and a master's degree
leal month from the Columbia University Grad-
uate School of Journalism.
Her fiance was graduated from Princeton Uni-
\ ereity and will receive a master's degree in archi-
tecture from the Massachusetts Institute of
Technology
An August wedding is planned.
Lisa Leuchter and Charles Treister
Pioneer Women Announce Leadership
UTiel Green has been reeled
ed president ot the South Florida
i ouncil ol Pioneer Women for
She will lead units of
Women, the Women's
Lai oi Zionist Organization of
\nuru.i. and its 25 chapters and
dubs m Dade and South Broward
Count it's
Dtlur officers of the council
include Giaela Gutter of North
Miami Beach; Bertha Liebmann
o| Miami Beach. Felice P. Sch-
wartz of Suniland; and Leah
Benson of Miami Beach, vice
presidents Mrs. Benson is a
lormer national vice president of
Pioneer Women
Others sworn in include Mar-
got Bergthal of Miami Beach.
treasurer of the council. Ksther
Weinsteinol North Miami Beach,
financial secretary; Shu-ley Part-
ner ol rtollywood, recording
retan Dora Cohen ol Miami
. corresponding secretary:
and Lillian Davis ol Miami
H,.;,,... social secretar)
era ol tour Miami Beach
, hapu rs were aleoannouni
mo 10 head the Kinneret
Chapter is Rita Idofl Other offi-
i include Shevs Borland, vice
president: Doris Cantor.
recording secretar) Raa Home.
responding secretary; Bett)
Citron, treaaurar; and Rae
...... | ..,..,,
S. lected M president ol the
Beba Idehwn Chapter is Sarah
ifman Othei officer! chosen
ther Wemstem. VM
dent. Ann :'^'
s,.,,. iarj Vnne Hanken, re.
in,
m,. rei I Sharros fi
cker,
chairperson, b
. rpe eon and
Naamat
the Golda
Meir Chapter is Katherine Lipp-
man Other officers include Vera
Gorfine, vice president; Claire
Balaban, vice president; Rose
Abels, vice president: Martha
Gralitzer. corresponding secre-
tary: Mollie Knchev. recording
secretary: Dora Halpern. treas-
urer: Frances Seligman. financial
secretary; and Esther Boyarin.
dues chairperson.
Among the offerers of the Eilat
Chapter are Veda Gruber. presi-
dent; Ann Cohen, vice president;
Rose Rubin, vice president:
Goldie Rubenstein. recording
secretary- Miriam Guzovsky.
corresponding secretary; Helen
Saaaowor, treasurer: and Sonia
Zipperstein. financial secretary.
Giaala Gutter of North Miami
Beach. Veda Gruber of Miami
Beach and M argot Bergthal of
Miami Beach were honored by
the Pioneer Women Council of
South Florida at the organiza-
tion s annual Awards Day lunch-
eon.
Mrs Gutter, a vice president of
the council, was presented with
the Golda Meir Child Develop-
ment Fund Award in recognition
of her leadership in new chapter
development and organization.
Mrs. Gruber. president of the
Kilal Chapter of Pioneer Women,
was presented with a perpetual
scholarship to care for a chud at a
Pioneer Women-Na'amat instal-
lation in Israel
Mrs. Bergthal. treasurer of the
council, was presented with a
two-year membership in the
Jewish Publication Society of
America, in recognition of her
leadership in fund raising and
record keeping.
Young Israel Holds Torah Seminar
The Young Israel of Greater
Miami recently held an all day
Torah Seminar as part of its
"Yom Shekulo Shabbos Program
of one Sunday in seven'- devoted
entirely to Torah learning.
Featured instructors were the
representatives of all the major
Torah educational institutions of
Greater Miami. Participants
included Rabbi Yosef Rubin
stein, principal of South Dade
Hebrew Academy; Rabbi Moshe
Ooldberg. Mesivta High School:
Rabbi L'liezer Wenger. principal
of Oholei Torah Day School;
Rabbi Joshua Tarsis. principal of
Hillel Community Day School;
Rabbi Yosef Haber, Hebrew as-
sistant principal of Rabbi Alex-
ander S. Gross Hebrew
Academy, and Rabbi Zef Iieff.
spiritual leader of the Young
Israel
This is the fifth year o' .he
program which was initiate y
Dr. Morton Freiman. a mc
ol the Young Israel of Gr
ni.
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Synopis of the Weekly Torah Portion
"And they came unto the valley of Eshcol. and cut down
one cluster of grapes, and thev bore it upon a pole"
(Num. 13.23)
Shelah
SHELAH At Kadesh. in the wilderness of Paran, the children
of Israel asked Moses to send forth scouts to reconnoiter the
land of Canaan. When God consented, twelve spies were dis-
patched, one from each tribe, with specific instructions. Forty
days later, the spies returned bearing the fruit of the land, as
evidence of its fertility But most of them came back with a pes-
simistic report: the natives of Canaan were mighty men. the
cities strongly fortified. It was a land that "eateth up the inha-
bitants thereof" IS umbers 13.321. Of all the spies, only Joshua,
the son of Nun. of the tribe of Kphraim. and Caleb, the son of
Jephunneh of the tribe of Judah. declared there was nothing to
fear from the natives of Canaan. The Israelites, frightened by
the fearful majority report, cried tearfully: "Were it not better
for us to return into Egypt?" iSumbers 14.31. God grew wrath-
ful at this lack of confidence in Him. and would have destroyed
the entire congregation, were it not for Moses' intercession.
However. He vowed that before the Israelites might enter the
Promised Land they would wander in the desert for 40 years,
until the entire rebellious generation those above 20 years of
age should perish.
(The recounting of the Weekly Portion of the Law is extracted and based
upon "The Graphic History of the Jewish Heritage." edited by P Woliman
Tsamir. SIS. published by ShengoM. The volume is available at 7S Maiden
Lane. New York. N.Y. 1903*. Joseph Schlang is president ol the society
distributing the volume.)
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at 8:15p.m.
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re services 615 p.m.
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OF GREATER MIAMI
4200 Biacayne Boulevard
Miami. Florida 33137
Phone 576-4000
Rabbi Solomon Sch.
Executive Vice President
axicernlng Greater Mia-ni
riooaraofVvbrshlp
Phone. 579-aDOTj
Rabbinical Attociatton Office
271-2311
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Benan*i Dichaon. Censor
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HEBREW CONGREGATIONS
119 E. naghv St, Msami, FT* 33131
3794663 Rebbi Lewteh L Bogege.
Director, Union of American Hebrew
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA
Case Ne H 93*7 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
IN RE The Marriage Of
I.II.1.1 AN KOI I>
Patltluaar
and
JOSEPH ROLLE
Respondent
NOTICE OF ACTION
Til JOSEPH ROIJ.K
Residence Unknown
TOO 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 B
.1 LEVY E8Q Attorney for
Petitioner (OS N E l7 St .
N M H Fl 331S2 on or before
July 1991. and file the
original with the clerk of this
COUft; otherwise a default will
be entered against you
Dated May 29 19*1
RICHARD P HRINKER
Clerk
by M J Hartnett
As Deputy Clerk
09922 June 3. 12. IV. 2 19*1.
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action
no II MM FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The Marriage Of
MANUELA RODRIGUEZ
AND
JACKU1.INE KODIRC.l EZ
TO JACKULINE
RODRIGUEZ
Residence Unknown i
YOU ARE HEREBY NOT!
Kir D 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
RICHARD J MEMN. attorney
for Petitioner whose address Is
99B Washington Avenue Miami
Beach Florida. 33139. and file
the original with the clerk of
the above styled court on or
before July 10. 1S81. otherwise
a default will be entered
against you for the relief de
mandrd In the complaint or
petition
This notice shall be published
once each week for four con
serutlve weeks In THE .IEV.
WHFLORID1AN
WITNESS my hand and the
seal ol said court at Miami.
Florida un this 4 da> of June.
11*1
KiniMlIU' BRtNKKR
As Clerk Cln nit Court
Dad*Count) Florida
ByC P Copeland
As D.putv Clerk
i ("in ml i "isjrt Seal i
RKHAKK I MKMN ESQ
G M HIT CAI.HUTA MFN1N
!W9 W ashlngton Avenue
Mi.imi lirji h Honda 33139
none i30ft.7? Sirs'
Attorney for Petitiuner
"9*14 June 12. 1. 2.
JuIyS. 1*91
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
INTHECIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DAOE COUNTY
Civil Action
No II e*M FC
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The Marriage Of
Kl DA KEMP
Petitioner Wife,
and
ROLAND KEMP.
Respondent Husband
TO ROLAND KEMP
Respondent
Middle Street No 3
Nassau Bahamas
YOt' ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that an arUon 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
HARVEY D FRIEDMAN, at
tomey for Petitioner, whose
address Is 430 Lincoln Road.
Suite 37V. Miami Beach. Flor
Ida 33139. and file the original
with the clerk of the above
styled court on or before July 9.
1991. otherwise a default will
be entered against you for the
relief demanded In the com
plaint or petition
This notice shall be published
once each week for four con
secutlve weeks In THE JKW
ISH FM)RID!AN
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of aald court at Miami.
Florida on this th day of June.
1981
RICHARD P BRINKEK
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County Florida
By Willie BrmdshawJr
As Deputy Oerfc
I Circuit Court Seal I
HARVEY D FRIEDMAN
0 Lincoln Koad. Suite 392
laml Beach. FL 33139
Attorney for Petitioner
99*91 June 12 19. 2S.
July 3.1SS1
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
INTHE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
(FAMILY DIVISION)
Civil Action
No II 7H7 FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The Marriage of
1.EMENTINA PKREZ
V. if.-
and
MANI EI.KEI.II'KPKNA
PEREZ
Husband
TO MAM HI. FF.I.IPKPENA
PEREZ
Anllguo Hotel I >rl Rio.
V. < --1(1.1 I .as Americas
Al lado Servu entro Esao
I'ui-i li-orxlai. Venezuela
Yoi ARE HEREBY NOTI
PIED that an action for Dlsso
lutlon (.( Marriage has been
fllesl against you and you are
required to serve a ropy of VOSir
written defenses. If any. to it <>n
ALBERT I. CARRlCARTE
I' \ atlornry for Pelitiotur
whose address is 2491 N v. rt*
Strvel Miami. Florida 3312S.
an.I file the original with the
. I. rk ol the above styled court
on or before June 28 19k 1.
Otlsorwtei default will be
entered against you fur the
relief demanded In the com
plaint or petition
This notice shall be published
on.- each week for four COII
BVCUUVS .-rk> ill THE JEW
BHFLORIDI \N
WTTNESfl my hand and the
seal of said curt at Miami.
Flonda on this 21 day of May.
IBM
RIOIARD P BRINKER
%a Clerk ClrcuM Court
DadeCoualJr, Florida
B) Clannda Brown
As Deputy Clerk
(In nit ('urt Seal i
AIJ1EKT I. CARRlCARTE
P A
3491 N W :th Street
Miami Florida .1.1129
IVlephOM V.ii49 T917
AttOrne) for Petitioner
lesvT May 29.
JuneS. 12. 19. 19S1
INTHECIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
FAMILY DIVISION
Case Neil MISFC
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN RE The Marriage Of
MARIO ENRIVflE
ZALDIVAR
Petitioner Husband
and
I.AI'RA M /.AU'IVAH
Respondenl Vl ife
TO LAtRAM ZAIJ1IVAR
Residence I nknown
Yot ARE HEREBY notified
that a Petition for Dissolution
of Marriage has been fil.-.l
against you and you are hereby
requiri .1 to rvea copy of your
answer or other pleading to the
Petition on the Petitioner s
Itlomej LESTER ROGERS
whose address is MM N w i:
Aveaui Miami. Florida 3.1123.
anil flit Irn- original with the
CI. rk on or h. (ore this k day of lulv
lvl or a Default will be en
tered against fall
DATED this 1 day ol June
1881
RICHARD l> BRINKER
<1erk ol the Cm uit Curt
B) 1. C Bedasse
OBMI JuneS. 12. 19. 2. 1991
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 II HHFC
OENBRAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
NOTICE FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The Marriage Of
-iEIUilO ALVAREZ
Petitioner
and
MARIA E1JCNA RODIHUUEZ
ALVAREZ
Respondent
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that a petition for Dtaso
lutlon of your Marriage has
been filed and commenced In
this court and you are required
to serve a ropy of your written
defenses. 11 any. to 11 on
GUSTAVO GARCIA MONTES.
ESVJU1RE. attorney for Pell
turner whose address la 1150
S W 1st Street. Suite 217.
Miami. Florida. 33130. and file
the original with the clerk of
the above styled court on or
before June 2S. 1981. otherwise
a default will be entered
against you for the relief
prayed for In the complaint ca-
pe liUon
This notice shall be published
once each week for four con-
secutive weeks In THE JEW
ISHFIXIRID1AN.
W1TNE8S my hand and the
aeal of aald court at Miami
Florida on this 22 day of May.
IBB1
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
ByM J Harriett
As Deputy Cler*.
I Circuit Court Seali
Gustavo Garcia Montea. Eaq
U50S W 1st St .
Suite 217
Miami Florida33130
Attorney for Petitioner
->i.Mr- May 29
Junes, 12.19. 1M1
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SEvN|Ci
(NO PROPERTY) C|
INTHE CIRCUITCOUBTns
THE ELEVENTH JUDICM
CIRCUIT OF FLORID* *L
ANO FOR DADE COUNT?
Civil Action
No II 71FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE N
IN RE TheM,n..1. -
i.orisni nch
IVtitioner,
and
MTRTTCE ROSE Bl NCH
Respondent
TO MYRT1CEROSE Bl'NOi
YOI \KE HEREBY Mm
HIED that an action for lHar,
lulkin of MarnaK. ru,-
lile.l against you .,:
required to sen.-..
written defenai
! tWRI NCE M
B9q attorn*) i, PeUuontf
e/hoea address
Boulevartl Bu Hluiti
Honda and file th. ,.n(0naJ
with th.- clerk ol tt.
styled nairt on ..r befort June
.'. IBsl otherw ..
win he entered aesii rou (.
the relsff rMmanded m tr,,
. ompiaim or pet
Thi> i:otn ,- ibbII i. i-i.blnhnj
.Slie eeCB w.-.-k h>|
serutiM- weeks in THE |EW
ISH El-OKI |i| y\
vYrTNESB m hand ind the
seal of said court al Miami
FkiniSs -m thi \i,,.
1991
RJCHAROP BRINKER
Aa Clerk Cln ml Court
Dade Count) t
bj \ \ Hewi it
As Deputy Clerk
Cm oil Curt -. ..
LAWRENCI M XHOOT
ESU
turn Biecayna Blvd
Suite .115
Miami Elomla .1.1137
relephie I BM
Altorne) lor petition, i
Maya
JuneS. 12 ly i*.,
INTHECIRCUITCCUBTOF
THB ELEVENTH JUOICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
FAMILY DIVISION
Case No 1141*3
IN RE Th' MarrtageOf
ANDREW Hol.I ES
Petitioner Husband,
and
SUSAN HOI.DEN
Respondent Wife
TO Mrs Suaanlfolden
rt Rorhelle Park
Tons wan da N Y UlSP
NOTICE OE
PUBLICATION
you are h>:rehy SOTI
FIED that a PeUUon Eor Pis
solution Of Marriage has hern
filed against you and you art
required to serve a copy of your
Answer or Pleading to said p
tition on petitioner s attorney
GEORGE T RAMAMI ESI)
Suite 711 Biacayne Buildup II
West Flagler Street Miami
Florida 33130 and file the ongi
nal Answer or Psaadng
Office of the Circuit
Clerk, on or before 19 clay of
June. 19S1 If you fail to :
judgment by default will be
taken against you for the relief
demanded In said petition
DONE AND ORDEKEI al
Miami. Dade Countv Elonda
this 18 day of May 1M1
RICHARD!' BRINKEK
Circuit Court Clerk
Dade County. Florida
By K Selfrled
Deputy Clerk
May 22
JuneS. 12. I"
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAV
NOTICE IS IIEKEin
i;l\ EN that the undersigned
desiring to engage in bu.Mn.-v*
under the fictitious name Hnar
Bay True Value Hardware *t
1.1125 S W SB Place. Miami
Ela 33123 intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court ol Dade County
Florida
Samuel K Hasald. Owner
Arnold laeberman. Esq
Attorney for Applicant
Dl May 29.
JuneS. 12.19. 19S1
IN THB CIRCUIT COURT OF
THB ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
Case No II Jill FC 24
FAMILY DIVISION
IN RE The Marriage Of
MIKE VASQUEZTELL.
Petitioner
and
MARILYN RUTH
VASVJUEZTELL.
Respondent
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO MARILYN RUTH
VA84JUEZTELL
UNKNOWN'
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
in action lor dissolution of
narrlage has been filed
igainst you and you are re
uired to aerve a copy of your
written defenses. If any. on
BERNARD J LEVY. ESQ
Attorney for Petitioner. SulW
1018. 933 N.E 197 St N M H
Fl 3J1S2 on or before June *.
1B81. and file the original witn
the clerk of this court, other
wise a default will be entered
against you
Dated: May 23.1981
RICHARD P BRINKEK
Clerk
by K Selfrled
As Deputy Clerk
May a)
JuneS. 12. 19. 19sl


,19.1*1
+Jewl*trhrktk>n
jjjjjcNotice
fefftfARWAOBOr:
*r
CSS01.ANDE
[Ljent Husband
fcdence Address
ISSSS Ncm
Ji iv"" ret dim-
L M.rr.ag "M bf"
|"^,t you and you are
^ -n- a ropy or your
" ridding to MM
. mi petitioner'! at
rGFOR^-T RAMANI.
',, ;n. Biscay ne
*',, West Flagler
Vmi "..rtda sSlW
.UwOru'.nal Answer or
u in UV Office o' ,h'
Court "I"* on or
| lul) .wi if
Mgmentby
j ,-,11 be taken against
J i.manded in
I IDERED -'
. Florida
I SKER
J
I Ida
1
.1 19"!
6fCCl COURT OF
Fl.EvEN'" JUDICIAL
MClilT IN AND FOR
ilCOilNTV FLORIDA
fciwSo I 4FC
|MIL DIVISION
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I
, iband
n ion
i-'
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I
.ire re-
, u> It on
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loaer'o
..l.lress Is
?T.M V- IENJAMIN
P \ 9MU
ml Florida
,i\\ K IBM.
t* the original with the
irl Miner
n Petitioner's
immediately
[Tierwlae a default
krntrrrM against you for
rti*l .temanded In the
hand and seal
kCWlon lune 2. IMI
FWUthP HKINKER
i of the Circuit Court
> M J Hartnett
Deputy i>rfc
June 5 12 It. N. ltl

NOTICE UNDER
TITIOUS NAME LAW
WKt IS HEREBY
that the undersigned.
j to rnKagr in business
the n< titioui name
n Miami Beach.
[al0 intends lo register
nr ilhthe< i>rk of the
'ourt of |lade County.
- rUSs lnc
Benjamin Delnlck.
Isni
v'-ann Y n
tpplll ant
lune 12. l. 38.
July S. 1*61
NOTICE UNDER
CJITlOUiNAME LAW
FJCI HEREBY
milcrslgned
ti business
'he fii litious name IN
NTAL MET
tTION at 2150
Miami Florida.
register said
twin the i irrh of the Clr
Dado County.
|R,b" <-arner.
1MB. ''" "' "*.
"TKRfoNTINENTAX
VKTM. inc
^Florida Corporation I
J"ne 5 a, u. M. ,,,
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned
desiring to encage In business
under the fictitious names 1)
BtoOraTx 21 BloOramx at P O
Box MS4M. MIAMI BEACH.
FL niaV Inlands to regliter
said niiMi with the Clark of
the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida
Naal D Atkins Owner
June 19. 20.
July io. um
AFFIDAVIT
U.." F'"ITIOU8
f"S OF FLORIDA)
J^OFDADI)
ed underoath.
" u the intention of the
Kge In a
Prtot under the
Of IMAGES
H 7th Ave
ami. Do.de
> said en
xtent of the
'Inwi
Mi. INC.
' f President
ndaatlTfl
June 12. it. M. 1M1
IN TNI CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
FAMILY DIVISION
Case No 11 007 J FC
NOT ICE OR SUIT ACTION
ROM DISSOLUTION
OFMARRIAGE
IN RE The Marriage Of
DAPHNE LOUISE DUNN
Petitioner Wife,
and
VICTOR DUNN
Respondent Husband
TO Victor Dunn
34 Dewdney Road
Kingston 11. Jamaica
YOU ARE HEREBY NOT!
PTJKD that an action for Dlsao
lutlon of Marriage has been
filed against you. and you are
required to serve a t'opy of your
written defenses. If any. to it.
on H LAWRENCE igHBR
Attorney for Petitioner, whose
address Is 16211 North I
12th Avenue. North Miami
Hearh. Florida 33162 and file
the original with the Clerk of
the above styled Court on or
before June :'h 1 > otherwise
a liiilgmeii! ma\ erv
against vou for relief demand
ad in Ihl
THIS NO
llshed onre each e-k fof
I
east
Florida
WITNESS MY HAND AND
- ( SAID coi It:
Ml \MI FLORID v n '
RICH M'.P P BRINKER
n mi Court
K. i.D >^ '
As lH-put> Clerk
ll LAWRENCE ASHEP
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN ANDFOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
FAMILY DIVISION
CateNotl tMOFC
NOTICE OF
PUBLICATION
IN HE The Marriage of
DANIEU.EFl.OOD.
formerly known as
DANIEIJ.EFI.OOO
till.lJCSPlE
Petitioner Wile,
and ^^
CHAHUCS BRETTE
GIUJCSP1E.
Reapondent Husband
TO CHARLES BRETTE
QIUJESPIE
Residence t'nknown
Yol ARE HEREBY notified
that a Petition for Annulment
has been filed against you You
are required to serve a copy of
your answer or pleading upon
the Petitioner Wile or upon
Petitioner Wife s attorney
DONALD MATES. ESgUIRE.
2S01 Collins Avenue. Suite Mb.
Miami Beach. Fl. 3Sl. and
file the original answer or
pleading in The office of the
Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
before the 17 day of July. 1M1.
otherwise a Default Judgment
w ill be entered against you
DATED this 17 day ol June
lthl in Miami. Dade County.
Florida
RICHARD P BRINKER
Lierk of the Circuit Court
Brj M J Hartnett
DEPUTYCLERK
ikttMii June It .'o
______ julvfl If """
f TRTNTCIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action
No.at-nSsFC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE THE Marriage of
j I anxuat
Petitioner Husband
and
DOI.I.IEGIU.I M
Itespondent Wife
TO Dollle Glllum
MB Seattle
Memphis Tennessee
YOl ARE HEREBY NOT1
FIED that an action for Dlsao
lutlon ol Marriage has been
filed against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your
written defenses. If any. to 11 on
ARTHl It H l.ll-SON. attorney
f.>i I vtitioner. whose address is
IMS N W l7 St Suite 216.
Miami Florida, and file the
original with the lerk of the
. styled court on or before
July 17. lMl. otherwise a
III will he entered against
haT the relief demaii'leil n
the complaint or petition
n) hand a:
I ...i.i .ourl at M
. i his 16 da)
i \Ki'P me
i i k Circuit O
Florida
B] M J Jlartnelt
AslputyClerk
VMi June l M
July 3. U' l*"
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
T,CE M HEREBY
GIVEN that the understgned.
desiring lo engage in business
under the fictitious name
Courtesy Transfer and Stor-
age. Inc at 18*3 N E 151 St,
N Miami Beach. Fla Intends
to register said name with the
clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida
Bee Moving A Storage. Inc .
By John Belvlso.
President
0W1S June S. 12. It. 26. 1M1
NOTICE OF
PUBLIC SALE
Public Notice is hereby given
that on Thursday July t. 1881
we will sell at Public Action to
the highest bidder for cash only
at Barbon Tow Ing Service lnc .
1201 N W 23 Street. Miami.
Kla at 10 a m A 1978 Dodge
Step Van ID No
C40CKM'722244 White In color
A 1973 Chevy Nova ID No.
IX2TF3W240310 Red in color
Both vehicles are sold as Is
condition No tlUe available
OMISV June 19 1981
NOTICE UNOER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY
QIVEN that the undersigned.
desiring n business
under lh< I iame 1460
\i. u-tmi ill B il ding a'. 9R4
a igler SI Mi in
gtater

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ORTA Sl'EZ *
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Attomi
0V79I I 26 I98J.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR
DADE COUNTY FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File No II 4842
Division 03
IN RE ESTATEOF
lOSEPHr O'CONNOR
NOTICE OF
VD MINISTRATION
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING.
claims oit DEMANDS
MJAINST THE ABOVE
ESTATE \ND ALL OTHER
PERSONS INTERESTED IN
THE ESTATE
Yot ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FTED that the administration
of the estate of JOSEPH F
O'CONNOR, deceased. File
Number B "I2. is pending In .
the Circuit Court for Dade
County. Florida. Probate Divi-
sion, the address of which Is 73
West Flagler Street. Miami.
Florida The personal repre
aenlalive of the estate Is STAN
LEY M PRED whose address
U 1110 Brlckell Avenue, No
606. Miami. Florida 33131 The
name and address of the
personal representative's
attorney are set forth below
All persons having claims or
demands against the estate are
required. WITHIN THREE
MONTHS FROM THE DATE
Of THE FIRST PUBLICA-
TION OF THIS NOTICE, to file
with the clerk of the above
C0Ut4 > written statement of
any claim or demand they may
have Each claim must be In
writing and must indicate the
basis lor the claim, the name
and address of the creditor or
his agent or attorney, and the
mount claimed If the claim Is
HO) ye>l due. the date when II
win become dot shall be
slated If the claim Is contln
mil "r unliquidated. the
nature .if the uncertainty shall
u- stated If the i Ulm is se-
, urd UM sei unt> shall be de-
-., rlbed Ttl < Uimant. shall
deliver suffl' knl copies of the
, lalm lo the > lerk to enable the
l i.-i k to mail one copy to each
personal representaln 8
All persons Interested in the
estate to w horn a copy of this
Null, e of Administration has
Beat! mailed are required.
WITHIN THREE MONTHS
FROM THE DAT*'. <>E THE
riR8T PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE, to file any ob
., turns they may have that
. Iiallenges the valldil> Of the
. danl s will the quail
n,.it ions of the perwinal re
presentalive or th.' venue or
uinsdlrtion of the ourt
Al.l. tl^IMS DEMANDS
UUD OBJECTIONS NOT So
FILED wil.l. BE rOREVER
BARRED
D.lie of the I
-. ,i ,- ,.f x.lniinistrn
Uon June IS 1981
Startle) M Pred
AjPersonalRei
of th<
IOSEPHF 0
'. I .E V M i

. n .
rphone i SO!
oww'U June 12, 26. 1981
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned
desiring to engage in business
under the fictitious name of
HARRY M GORDON A CO. at
number 1777 S Andrews Ave-
nue. In the City of Fort Lauder-
dale. Florida. Intends to
register the said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida
HARRYM GORDON
Owner
RICHARD A BOLTON
Attorney for Applicant
2020 NE 163 Street
Suite aiil
North Miami Beach. Fla
18)962 June It. 26;
July 3. 10. 1981
INTHE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
PRORATE DIVISION
File No II 5074
Division 01
IN RE ESTATEOF
CINDY MORI
Deceased
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
The administration of the
etata ol CINDY MORI, de-
leased. Kile Number81-5029. Is
pending In the Circuit Court for
DADE County. Florida.
Probate Division, the address
of which is 7:t West Flagler
street Miami Florida a.ti^n
The name- and .uldresses of
the per-.;.i representative
.mil the personal representa
forth
be lots
All Intel '-: d pel sons
quln I ith this
WITH MONTHSOF
Till- TION
all
and
tl : p, i s, ,i ;.. w hiom notice
. Ii il thai i naJlengei the
I |) uf the will, the quaUfl
n ol the pi-rson.ll r>ipfe
r Jui
lion of the court
U.I CI.AIM8 \ND OBJEC
TIONS NoT SO KM.ED WILL
HE FORE\ l R H MIRED
Publicatn.il of this Notice Has
begun on June 12. t98i
Peraoi 1 Ri presentatives
\N MORI
19351 8 W 117th Ave
Florida SS1T7
II \N MORI
19XM S W 117th Ave .
Miami Florida 33177
Attome) foi Personal
Representative
HOWARD N OALBUT EBQ
1; M.HI T. CAIJil'TA
M \NIN
99H Washington Ave .
Miami Beach. Fla. 33139
Telephone 1 306 1 672 3100
osn.Mr June 12.19. 1981
INTHE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File NO II 4533
Division tl
IN RE ESTATEOF
ELSAKREUTZER
Deceased
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
The administration of the
estate of ELSA KREUTZER.
deceased. File Number81 4832.
Is pending in the Circuit Court
for Dade County. Florida.
Probate Division, the address
of which Is 73 West Flagler
Street. Miami. Florida SS1S0
The names and addresses of
the personal representative
and the personal representa-
tive's attorney are set forth
below
All Interested persons are re-
quired to file with this court.
WITHIN THREE MONTHS OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION
Of THIS NOTICE ill all
claims against the estate and
12i any objection by an Inter
ested person to whom notice
was mailed that challenges the
validity of the will, the quallfl
, ..nuns of the personal repre
sentatlve. venue, or Jurtsdlc
Uon of the court
\l.l CLAIMS AND OBJEC-
TIONS NOT SO FILED WIIJ.
BE FOREVERBARRED
This notice shall be published
once each week for two consec
utlve weeks In the JEWISH
KI.OKIDIAN
Publii .ition of this Notice has
begun on June 12.1981
Personal Representative:
Franklin D Kreutxer
H615 S W 48th Street
Miami Florida
Attorney for Personal
Representative
AHTHVRA COHEN. ESQ
3041 N W 7th Street
Miami Florida 33125
Telephone 1 SOB 1 541 2505
.tnHi June 12. It. 1961
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
QIVEN thai the undersigned
rinj '" antagi In business
undei (ha llcUttous name KEY
p.KCi IRI >S al II I w 49th
Florida 33012
said name
lie Circuit
Florida.
INCHE
I
1VM0 June 12. 19. 26;
JulyS. 1981
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 81 4JJ6
Dlvlsan tl
IN RE ESTATEOF
SALVATORE E. TAMBURO
Decaaed
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 NO-
TIFIED that the ad-
ministration of the estate of
SALVATORE E. TAMBURO.
deceased. File Number 81-4JM0.
Is pending In the Circuit Court
for Dade County. Florida.
Probate Division, the address
of which is 73 West Flagler
Street. Miami. Florida S3 ISO
The personal representative of
the estate Is GERALDINE
MAZZIOTTA. whose address Is
44 Glees Avenue. Nutley. New
Jersey 07110. The name and
address of the personal rep-
resentative's attorney are set
forth below
All persons having claims or
demands against the estate are
required. WITHIN THREE
MONTHS FROM THE DATE
OF THE FIRST PUBLICA-
TION OF THIS NOTICE, to file
with the clerk of the above
court a written statement of
any claim or demand they may
have. Each claim must be In
writing and must Indicate the
basis for the claim, she name
and addreaa of the creditor or
:.imey and the
amount claimed If the claim N
.i.e. when It
'in- shall be
iaim is contin
liquidated, the
lie uncertainty shall
lie stated II the claim Is se
. ured the security shall be de-
.1 The claimant, shall
I Buff!) tent copies of the
1 lalm to the clerk to enable the
clerk to m.ill one ropy to each
- ent.lt 111'
\il par SOW interested in the
,-slate to whom a copy of this
.- of Administration has
been mailed are- required.
WITHIN THREE MONTHS
FROM THE DAT*: OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE, to file any ob
jectiniis they may have that
challenges the validity of the
i,nt ~ will, the quail
n. at ions of the personal re-
presentative, or the venue or
jurisdiction of the court
ALL CLAIMS. DEMANDS.
AND OBJECTIONS NOT SO
FILED WIIJ. BE FOREVER
BARRED
Date of the first publication
of this Notice of Ad-
ministration June 12. 1981
Geraldlne Mazxlotta
As Personal Representative of
the Estate of
SALVATORE E TAMBURO
Deceased
Attorney for Personal
Representative:
S BlalrRoas. PA.
1497 N W 7 Street
Miami. Florida 33128
Telephone I SOB I 642-0T22
00942 June 12. It. 1981
Pge9-B
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVEtWVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Of
'THE ELEVENTH JUO.CIAL
CIRCUIT OR nfMBAoW
AND FOR OAOB COUNTY
Civil Action
Nt-N-IBRJC
FAMILY DIVISION
IN RE ADOPTION By
MARION KELLOOO.
TO: JOYCE A KELLOOO
Residence unknown ^^
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that Petition for Adop-
tion has been filed concerning
your child you are required to
serve a copy of your written
defenses. If any. to It on MARK
B SLAVIN. W8Q attorney for
Petitioner, whose address
1560 NE Miami Oardens
Beach. Fla. and "',">'
original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before
July 10. 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 ,'ourI0""
secutlve weeks In THE JEW-
ISH FLORID1AN
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami
Florida on this 8 day of June.
19H1
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
ByK Seifru-il
As IVputy Clerk
Circuit Court Seal 1
STR1ARASI.AVIN PA
M \RK B SI.AYIN ESQ
1550 N E Miami
lent Driv
Suit.
.. 3317
phone ..-1115.944 13X
.riev for Petitioner
mtHI June 12. if 26.
Julys 1*1
* -------------------------
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
notice is HI Rl B1
GIVEN that the undersigned.
!flf 10 engage In business
under the fictitious name Sea
nimourhe Fashion at 280 N E
I) Miami Fla EtlSJ I"
to register said name
with the Oerk of the C
1 fcurl of Dade County. Florida.
Miramar Fashions In.
IU Molsesltejai
Vice President
rtW.T. June 12. 19. 26.
Julv 3. 1981
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT ORDER OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action
No 81-8782 FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAOE
IN RE THE MARRIAGE OF
JAMES D1XON.
Petitioner-Husband,
and
MARGARET DIXON.
Respondent-Wife
TO MRS MARGARET
DIXON
5308 Austin Street
Detroit Mich 48211
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that the action for Disso-
lution of Marriage has been
filed against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your
rttten defenses. If any, to It on
CEASE CEASE attorney for
Petitioner whose address Is
2720 W Flagler Street. Miami.
Florida, and file the original
with the clerk of the above
styled court on or before July
10. 1981. otherwise a default
. will be entered against you for
the relief demanded In the
complaint or petition.
This notice shall be published
once each week for four con
secutlve weeks In THE JEW
1SHFI.OR1DIAN
WITNESS my hand and the
0l said court at Miami
Florida on this S day of June.
t*>l
RICHARD P BRINKER
AsC
Dai 1 Florida
11-, nda Brown
) Clerk
all
IE ESQ.
i\ I iglerSL
.111 Fla 3S1S6
Petitioner
OtjMI June 12. 19. 28.
July 3. ltd
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned.
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious name Mira
mar Fashions II at 1741 N W 20
Street. Miami. Fla 33142 In
lends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida
Miramar Fashions, Inc
By: Mouses Bejar
Vice President
'0V936 June 13. 19. 26.
July 3. 1981
I NOTICt OE ACTION-------
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY!
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action
No. 61-SOU
IN RE The Marriage Of
CARMEN UCHUYA
Petitioner
and
MARCIAL UCHUYA
Respondent
TO MARCIAL UCHUYA
Estados Unldos No 235
Apt B-
I.IMA 11 .PERI S A
YOU ARE HEREBY NOT1
, 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
I..HUS R Heller attorney for
Petitioner whose address is
420 Lincoln Rd Suite 238.
Miami Beach. Florida 33139.
I and file the original with the
clerk of the above styled court
on or before June 26. 19S1;
otherwise a default will be
entered against you for the
relief demanded In the com-
plaint or petition
This notice shall be published
once each week for four con-
secutive weeks In THE JEW
ISHFLOR1DIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami.
Florida on this 22 day of May
1981
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Cou rt
Dade County. Florida
ByCC Bedasse
As Deputy Clerk
"9908 May 29.
June5. 12. 19 IMMl
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HER V
IVEN that the under- 1
1 ring to engage In h. .
the fictitious na.
Ilablf. Trustee d '
\partmenU at 11
u enue. North M
- nds to register sai
the Clerk of th.
art of Dade County. I
Moreno Hablf. Trust.
iuillt-rmoSoatchln. Esq
Iittomey for
Moreno Hablf, Trustee
EM June 6.12. 19. 26 IftM


Psureio-B
fnday.Juneij
Public Notice
NOTICE UNDIR
FICTITICHJS NAMI LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage In bu&M
under Um fictitious name
STONEHENGE COM
PITERS at U0 Kan* Con-
course. Bay Harbor Island.
FU 33164 Intends to rt|UUr
said name with th Clerk of the
Circuit Court nf Dads County
riorlda
Centurion Enterprises
Incorporated
By Roberto Claudto
Total. 100 percent taterest
June It. 2*
JutyS. 10. IMl
IM TUB CIRCUIT COURT
MM
DADE COUNTY, F LOU IDA
PROEATE DIVISION
File Ned 3*44
OrelssBa m
IN RE ESTATE OF
ROBERTA HE I MAN.
Deceased
NOTICE or
ADMINISTRATION
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING
CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
AGAINST THE ABOVE
ESTATE AND ALL OTHER
PERSONS INTERESTED IN
THE ESTATE
ViH ARE HEREBY NOTI
F1ED that the admlnlstrstlon
of the estate of ROBERTA
HEIMAN. deceased, rile
Number Si 9044. Is pending In
the Circuit Court for Dsde
County. Florida. Probate
Division, the address of which
Is Third Floor. Dada County
Courthouse. 73 West Flafler
Street. Miami. Florida S31S0
The personal representative of
the estate u DOROTHY FEI
GENBAUM. whose address Is
2101 NW 106th Terrace. Pem
broke Pines. Florida 33QM The
name and address of the
personal representative
attorney are set forth below
All persons having claims or
demands against the estate are
required WITHIN THREE
MONTHS FROM THE DATE
Or THE FIRST PUBLICA-
TION OF THIS NOTICE, to file
with the clerk of the above
court a written statement of
any claim or demand they may
have Each claim must be In
writing and must indicate the
basis for the claim, the name
and address of the creditor or
his agent or attorney, and the-
amount claimed If .he claim la
not yet dut the date when It
will become due shall be)
staled if the claim Is contin-
gent or unliquidated, the)
nature of the uncertainty shall
be stated If the claim Is se-
cured, the security shall be de-
scribed The claimant, shall
deliver sufficient copies of the
claim to the clerk to enable the
clerk to mall one copy to each
personal representative
All persons Interested in the
estate to whom a ropy of this
Notice of Administration has
been mailed are required.
WITHIN THREE MONTHS
FROM THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OT
THIS NOTICE, to file any ob-
jections they may have that
challenges the validity of the
decedent's will, the quali-
fications of the personal re-
presentative, or the venue or
Jurisdiction of the court.
ALL CLAIMS. DEMANDS.
AND OBJECTIONS NOT SO
PILED WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED
Date of the first publication
of this Notice of Admlnlstra
lion June It. 1M1
DOROTHY FEIGENBAUM
As Personal Representative
of the Estate of
ROBERTA HEIMAN
____ Deceasec
ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL
REPRESENTATIVE
SIEGFRIED A RAMER. Esq
1*300 N E ltthAve
North Miami Beach. Fla 33162
Telephone i SOS 1944 6741
0BMO June IS. M. 1M1
AFFIDAVIT UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME
STATUTE
STATE OF LORIDA
COUNTY OT DADE
The undersigned, under oath,
says. It is the Intention of the
undersigned to engage In a
business enterprise under the
fictitious name of SOUTH
FLORIDA SEAL COAT
located at 4630 S W 67 Court In
ine city of Miami. Dsde
County. Florida
Those interested in said en-
terprise, and the extent of the
interest of each is as follows
THOMASC ROWSEY.Pres.
ATCR Corp Owner
4SS0S W 67 Court
Miami, riorlda
os66 June Ik. 36
Julys 10. IMl

NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious name
AccedlaMotel at 6300 Blscayne
Boulevard. Miami. Fla Intends
to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County Florida.
6300 Blscayne Realty Corp
a Florida corporation
By Robert Market
President
osS 16 June a. 13. 16 26 lMl
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
FRORATB DIVISION I]
FILE NO *1 466J
IN RE ESTATE OF
LLOYD CSAUER
NOTICE or
ADMINISTRATION
TO ALL PERRONS HAVING
CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
AGAINST THE ABOVE
ESTATE AND ALL OTHER
PERSONS INTERESTED IN
SAID ESTATE
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI
riED that the adrnlnlstratSor
yof the estate of LLOYD C
BAUER deceased late of Dad*
County. Florida. File Numbei
61-4800 Is pending In the Circuit
Court In and for Dade County,
riorlda. Probate Division, the
address of which Is 3rd Floor.
Dade County Courthouse 73
West Flagler Steet. Miami.
Florida 33 ISO The personal
representative of this estate Is
JAMES E SAL'ER. whose
address Is 410 Amalfl. Coral
Gables. Florida The name and
address of the attorney for the
personal representative are set
forth below
All persons having claims ce-
de mands against the estate are|
required. WITHIN THREE,
MONTHS FROM THE DATE
OF THE FIRST PUBLICA
TION Or THIS NOTICE, to file
with the clerk of the above
court a written statement of
any claim or demand they may
have. Each claim must be In
writing and must Indicate the
basis for the claim, the name
and address of the creditor or
his agent or attorney and the
amount claimed If the claim Is
not yet due. the date when It
will become due shall be
stated If the claim Is contln
gent or unliquidated, the
nature of the uncertainty shall
be stated If the claim Is se-
cured, the security shall be de-
scribed The claimant, shall
deliver sufficient copies of the
claim to the clerk to enable the
clerk to mall one copy to each
personal representative
All persons Interested In the
estate to whom a ropy of this
Notice of Administration has
been mailed are required.
WITHIN THREE MONTHS
FROM THE DATE Or THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE, to file any ob
Jertions they may have that
challenges the validity of the
decedent's will, the quail
flcatkons of the personal re
presentatlve. or the venue or
Jurisdiction of the court.
ALL CLAIMS. DEMANDS
AND OBJECTIONS NOT SO
riLED WILL BE rOREVER
BARRED
DATED at Miami. Florida on
this 10th day of June. lkSi
As Personal Representative
of the Estate of
LLOYDC SAL'ER
Deceased
First publication of this notice
of administration on the IB day
of June. IMl
A1NSLEER FERDIE
Of Law Off Ices of
A1NSLEE R FERDIE
Suite 216-717 Ponced*
LeonBlvd
Coral Gables. Florida SUM
Telephone tSOS) 446-3667
Attorney For Personal
Representative
17 June 19. 26. 1M1
-r
NOTICE OS* ACT ION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADS COUNTY
CIvRi
No.tK
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OFMARRIAOE
EDWA
rtagel
ARDS.
Wlfs.
BETSY E
and
ROSWELLO
EDWARDS. Husband.
TO ROSWELLG EDWARDS
rive Crawford Ave
Kingston Jamaica
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that an action lor 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 UPSON. attorney
for Petitioner, whose address Is
1816 N W 167 St Suite 21*.
MIAMI. FLA and rue the
original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before
July 6. 1*61. 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
srcutlve weeks In THE JEW-
ISH FLORIDIAN
WTTNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami.
Florida on this 28 day of May.
1*81
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By A D Wade
As Deputy Clerk
OS6I0 JuneS. 12 IB. 2* 1*81
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THR ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN ANO FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIOA
FAMILY DIVISION
CaieNe. SI-9249FC
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SRRVICS
IN RE THE MARRIAGE OF
MARIA VEGA CLASS
Petitioner -Wife
and
FILE MAN CLASS
Respond* nt Husband
Tek FILE MAN CLASS
22 South Ave
Newark. Jew Jersey
YOL' ARE NOTIFIED that
an action for DIVORCE has
been filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses. If any. to
It on David I Schlosberg. Pen j
Uoner s attorney, whose ad-
dress is 3000 Blscayne Blvd .
Suite 311 Miami. Florida S3137.
on or before July 17. l*l. and
file the original with the Ctorki
of this Court either before serv
ice on Petitioner's attorney or
immediately thereafter:
otherwise a default win be
entered against you for the
relief demanded In the com-
plaint or petition
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of this Court June IS. IMl
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk of the Court
By M J Hartnett
As Deputy Clerk
"MSI June 19. 26.
JulyS. 10. 1M1
IN TNI CIRCUIT COURT
FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
File No II 4444
Divniensl
IN RE ESTATE OF
GABRIEL STERN, ill
G STERN
Deceased
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
The administration of the
estate of GABRIEL STERN, a
k a G STERN, deceased. File
Number 81 4a is pending In
the Circuit Court for DADE
County Florida Probate
Division, the address of which
Is Dade County Courthouse.
Third Floor. 7S W Flagler
Street Miami FI. S3 ISO The
names and addresses of the
personal representative and
the personal representative s
attorney are set forth below
All Interested persons are
required to file with this court.
WITHIN THREE MONTHSOF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE -11 all
claims against the estate and
121 any objection by an In-
terested person to is horn notice
was mailed that challenges the
validity of the will the quallfl
cations of of the personal
representative venue, or Juris-
diction of the court
ALL CLAIMS AND OBJEC
TIONS NOT SO FILED WILL
BE FOREVER BARRED
Publication of this Notice has
begun on June IB. 1B81
Personal Representative
SYLVIA FRIEDMAN
TOO* S W 48th Lane
Miami. FI. 3S1S6
Attorney for Personal
Representative
Ronald M Friedman. Esq
Suite BM.
lngraham Building
26 S E Second Ave
Miami Florida 3S1S1
Telephone (SOSl 374-81B7
7 June IB
-'|
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage in business
under the fictitious name
ADORE BEAITY AND COS
METICS AIDS at 1264 N E 1*3
St North Miami Beach. Flor
Ida 331*2 Intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida
I Hirer hensohn. Pros
K C Hlrschensohn. V P
S F Derringer Sec
8 F Derringer. Sec A Tree .
0BB12 JuneS. 12. IB. 3*. IMl
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAMR LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious name Inter-
national Machinery Company
at 4633 S W 137 Court. Miami
Fla. 3317S Intends to register
said name with the Clerk of uv
Circuit Court of Dads County
Florida
RIcardoOBANDO. Owner
June 19 3*
July 3.10. IMl
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THR RLRVRNTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN ANO FOR
DADR COUNTY, FLORIDA
FAMILY DIVISION
Ci*Noll9MFC
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN RE The Marriage Of
KATHARIN'AJ BROWN
Petitioner Wife
vi
JEROME JOHN BROWN
Respondent-Husband
TO JEROME JOHN BROWN
RESIDENCE UNKNOWN
YOU JEROME JOHN
BROWN are hereby notified u
file your answer to this Petitlor
for Dissolution of Marrlag<
with the Clerk of the Court anc
mall a copy to Petitioner t
Attorney DANIEL GALLUP
33M SaUedo Street. Coral
Gables Florida. 321*4 on or
before July 17. IMl ease
Petition will be taken as con-
fessed
This 11 th dav of June. IMl
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk Circuit Court
By A D Wade
Deputy Clerk
June IB. 36
JulyS. 10. IMl
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT I
FOR I
DADR COUNTY. FLORIDA
PRORATE DIVISION
File fee.il-SAW
OleHURM
IN RE ESTATE OF
SYLVIA R ELLIS
Deceased
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
The administration of the
estate of SYLVIA R ELLIS,
deceased. File Number SI-MR*.
is pending In the Circuit Court
lor Dade County. Florida.
Probate Division, the address
of which la 75 West Flagler
Street. Miami. FI. The names
and addresses of the personal
representative and the person-
al representative s attorney
are set forth below
All Interested persons are re
quired to file with this court,
WITHIN THREE MONTHS OT
THE riRST PUBLICATION
Or THIS NOTICE 111 all
claims against the estate and
121 any objection by an In-
terested person to whom notice
was mailed that challenges the
validity of the will, the quallfl
cations of the personal repre-
sentative, venue, or Jurladle
lion of the court
ALL CLAIMS AND OB
JECTIONS NOT SO FILED
WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED
Publication of this Notice has
begun on June IB. IMl
Personal Representative
IRVING M ELLIS. JR
4*0*2 Street
Miami Beach. FL 33140
Attorney for Personal
Representative
Jack Ankus. Esquire
50*0 La Gorce Drive
Miami Beach. Florida 33140
Telephone i SOB I 8*4-70*6
'WHi June I* 2* IMl
IN THR CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE RLRVRNTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADR COUNTY. FLORIOA
Case Neil A*e*FC
FAMILY DIVISION
IN RE The Marriage Of
FELIX HUDSON FEMO
Petitioner
and
SADIE M FEMO
Respondent
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO SADIE M FEMO
RESIDENCE UNKNOWN
Vi H ARE NOTIFIED that
an action for dissolution of
marriage has been filed
against you and you are
required lo serve a ropy of your
written defenses If any.
BERNARD J LEVY KSy
Attorney for Petitioner. 633
N E 1*7 St N M B FI 331*3
on or before July 17 IMl. and
file the original with the ctork
of this court, otherwise a
default will be entered against
you
Dated June 11 IMl
RICHARD P BRINKER
Ctork
byK Seifned
As Deputy Clerk
'*963 June 19. 2*
JulyS. 10. IMl
IN THR CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE RLRVRNTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN
ANO FOR DA DC COUNTY
FAMILY CIVIL
DEPARTMENT
Case No II see*
IN RE
JOHN DOMINIC
STROMBERC. a minor
NOTICE OF ACT!" )N
TO JOHN STROMBERG
Residence Unknown
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
an action for Temporary
Custody has been filed against
you and you are required to
serve a copy of your written
defenses, if any. to It on MAR
VTN I MOSS P A Petitioner s
attorney, whose address Is IM0
Kane Concourse. Suite 302. Bay
Harbor Islands. Florida 33164,
on or before July 6 IMl. and
file th.- original with the Ctork
of this I'uirt either before serv
ii e mi Petitioner's attorney or
Immediately thereafter, other
"toe a default will be entered
against you for the relief
demanded In the Petition for
Temporary Custody
WITNESS my hand and seal
of this Court on June 2 IMl
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk of Court
By M J Hartnett
I>eputy Clerk
MARVIN I MOSS. P A
Attorney for Petitioner
IOBJO Kane Concourse
Bay Harbor Islands
Florida 33164
Telephone 306 i MB *7X
JuneS 12. IB. M IMl
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAMR LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engsgc in business
under the fictitious name AD
Directors at 7001 N W S*th
Avenue. Miami. Florida 33147.
intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Clrcur
Court of Dade County. Florida
Alex N Sehreer
Andrew Sehreer
Attorney for
AlexN Sehreer
1401 Brlckell Avenue
Suite 6M
Miami. Florida 33131
Telephone iSMiSMggsa
May 39.
JuneS. 13.1*. IMl
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THR ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN ANO FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIOA
FAMILY DIVISION
Case He.il 2S 7 FC
NOTICI RY
PURLICATION
IN RE: The Marriage Of
BRIAN MOYNIHAN
Petitioner.
and
EVELYN MOYNIHAN,
K*tsVpon09fM
YOU EV ELI
EVELYN MOYNIHAN.
1SS Abbott Avenue. Leornnv
ster. Massachusetts 01483
ARE HEREBY NOTTTIED TO
FILE your written response to
this actios for dissolution of
marriage, with the Ctork of the
above Court, and serve a copy
upon Petitioner's Attorneys.
SAUL T VON ZAMFT and
SAMUEL E SMITH. 1*30 S
Dixie Highway. Suite M0. Coral
Gables, riorlda S31M. on or
before the day of Jury. IMl.
else the Petition for Dissolution
of Marriage will be token as
confessed
DATED May 28 IMl
RICHARD P BRINKER
BY C P Copeland
Deputy Ctork
(Circuit Court Sea I
Published four consecutive
weeks In THE JEWISH FLOR
IDIAN
Mil June S. 12. IS. 2* IMl
NOTICE UNORR
FICTITIOUS NAMR LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious name 41 St
Liquor at 4106 East 4th Avenue.
Htaleah. Florida Intends to
register said name with the
Cierk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Morida
FORTY FIRST STREET
uytOR iNC
By Owner
DANIEL M KEIL. ESt, .
Attorney for Owner
June IB. M.
July 3. 10. IMl
NOTICE UNORR
FICTITIOUS NAMR LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned
desiring to engage in business
under the fictitious name
SOI THE AST BUSINESS
CENTER at 3246 Darwin St
Suite 20S Miami Fla 3.1133
Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida
Southeast Real Estale
Corporation
By Alain Berrebi
____Resident Agent
"**3* June 12 19 2*
JulyS. IMl
INTHE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THR ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
Case No. SI-MM FC
FAMILY DIVISION
IN UK THE MARRIAGE OK
EVELYN MARTIN
Petitioner. Wife
and
JOHN MARTIN
Respondent Husband
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO Mr John Martin
residence unknown
YOU ARE NOTiriED that
an action for Dissolution of
Marriage has been filed
against you and you are re
quired to serve a ropy of your
written defenses, if any. to It on
RUSSELL K ROSE NTH AL
ESQ.UIRE Petitioner's
Attorney whose address Is
I.IERERMAN BENJAMIN
AND ASSOCIATES P A M0l
Sunset Drive. Miami. Florida
33173. on or before Julv 6. 19*1.
and file the original with the
Ctork of this Court either
before service on Petitioner's
Attorney or Immediately
thereafter, otherwise a default
will be entered against you for
the relief demanded In the
Petition
W ITN ESS my hand and seal
of this Court on June 2 IMl
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By M J Hartnett
Deputy Clerk
BsEM JuneS. 12. IB 2* IMl
IN THR CIRCUIT COURT OF
THR RLRVRNTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN ANO FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
FAMILY DIVISION
Cats Ne II B401 FC
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN RE The Marriage Of
ESTHER PARKER.
Petitioner Wile
vs.
DAVID PARKER
Respondent Husband
TO DAVID PARKER
U S Army
Company A
No Ml 63 IBM
2nd* 2nd Infantry
FT Lewis. Wash
YOU DAVID PARKER are
hereby notified to file your
answer to this Petition for Dts
solution of Marriage with the
Clerk of the Court and mall a
copy to Petitioner s Attorney
DANIEL GALLUP. 2365 Sal
redo Street. Coral Gabies.
Florida. 3S1S4. on or before
July 10. IMl. else Petition will
be taken as confessed
This 3rd day of June. IMl
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk Circuit Court
Bj Clarlnda Brown
Deputy Clerk
tSMCM June 13. IB. M:
July 3. IMl
AMOFORDAOtCu'
c'*''Ach*s.
FAA4,LY0| S
NOTICRFOROlSSou,
JFVUttoner Hu**,,,
^NCEPTIAHEROU,
Respondent Wif.
TO CONCEPTU HER
ALEXIS """W
Ru'ChrtstoffN,,,,
2*?1.y*' Haiti
West Indies
YOU ARE HFRrnv i
-fir i"-C-i
lied and commence^
court and you are
serve a copy of your
defenses if ,ny .
LLOYD M ROI'TMas
attorney for Petitioner
address is Suite us pi
Bank Bide 7900 NE
nue. Miami Florida jju,
flle the original with thf.
of the above styled courtl
before July 1**, oUw "
default will be entered*.
you for the relief prtyedl
the complaint or petition
This notice V-allbei
once each ween for
secutlve weeks In THT
ISHFI.ORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand,
seal of sai-1 eoarl at _
Florida on this 29th davgrl
IMl
RICHARD p briv
As Clerk Circuit 0.
Dade County Flon
By A I' Wad*
As Deputv Cl*r*
Circuit Court Seal,
1.1.1 "YD M Hnl TMAV
Sulte*15
1st State Bank Rids
79O0NE 2nd Avenue
Miami Florida VUJ
Attorney for Petitioner
00*19 JuneJ. 1. nji|
IN THR CIRCUIT COuVl
THE ELEVENTH JUDlC
CIRCUIT. IN AMDFC,
OAOR COUNTY FlOilj
Cats Ns 1 mi
FAMILY DIVISION
IN RE The Mar nag* Of
PATRICIA CLARKE
Petitioner Wife
and
E\ A NS CLARKE
Respondent Hjbar.d
NOTICE up ACTION I
TO EVANS ClJtRKE
residence unknown
TOD ARK S'>TIFIEr|
an action for Pissolutl
Marriage ha* been
against you and you iil
quired to serve .. 1
written defenses if any to]
IVAN A SCHER1
ESQUIRE Petition^
Attorney sddr
I.IERERMAN BBNJa|
AND ASSOCIAT'
Sunset Drive Miami FH
33173. on or before July! -
and file the original vital
Ctork of this Court
before service n Petiti
Attorney or immtilii
thereafter, otherwise (
will be entered ajsinst ra
the relief demanded a
Petition
WITNESS my handiaiJ
of this Court on Mat 9 W
RICHARD P BRINK"
Clerk of the Circuit Co
By L C ivosss*
Deputy Clerk
June 12 1 N
IN TMR CIRCUIT C0uBT|
FOR
DADR COUNTY FLOE"
PRORATE DIVI5I0*
FIN NO SI *'!'
Divitient]
in re estate ok
emanuelzahij:k
Deceased
NOTICE 1 If
ADMINISTRATION
The administration 01
estate of EM AN El ,
deceased. File NumberH_
is pending in the C.rcult'
for Dade County Fk
Probate Division th* M
of winch is 73 west F"
Street. Miami FL 33130
names and address** <*
personal represents""
the personal repress"!*"'
attorney are set lortfi <**>*
All interested person*rei
quired to file with U"Ar!
WITHIN THREE McJNTWJ
THE FIRST II HUCAT
OF THIS NOTlfE
claims against th' 'u"
1 Si any objection by M
terested person to m'
was malted that c nallsng*J
validity of th* w ill th* Qu-
estions of th* P*"0"*'
sentatlve. venue
lion of the court
ALL CLAIMS AN l
TIONS Ir.'T SO rlL*1'*"
BE rOREVER HARRBP
Publication of this No*"
begunon June 19 1991
Personal Represents"
VIOLAZaHLER
UJlC^linsA>*nu*
Miami Florida S3I
Attorney for Personal
Representative
JAMES R SLOTO ESA,
CRlSTOLAMl:m*s
21 N E First Avenu*
Miami. Florida 33131
Tetophon*. .S*;379j;V


June 19.1961
-Jewistincrktinn
Page 11-B
Hy Ash Receives Award
the
the
on
Ash was chosen as
in|over of the Year by
T County Committee
nl Employment of the Handi-
^j Ash received the award
fbanquet held at the Univer
.. 0f Miami Faculty Club oi
6
on
n who is a resident of Ken-
\s one of three partners who
atf a drill and bit manufac
,gcompany called "Michigan
Corporation" in Northwest
* County- Approximately 10
^,t of the firm's employee*
-* various disabUities which
dude cerebral palsy, blindneee.
, of limbs and mental retarda-
Public Notice
in THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
OADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
CsstNO SI MBIFC
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE BY
PUBLICATION
|> KK The Marriage of
AMiRKGKRMAlN.
PtUUonar Husband.
And
lUTMONDEOERMAlM.
Ki>l<-nl VI lie.
TV RAYM'iMiGKRMAIN
Viil KAVMIINDB GBR
MAIN residence unknown. are
require') in file your answer to
Uie prlitiun (or dissolution of
mrriur with the Clerk ol the
above Ooufi and irrn a copy
Uwnrui upon the petitioner'*
*tlorne> Herman Cohen. Ksq .
d s IX Street. Miami.
riorvu J31JU. on or before
July If 11*1. or else petition
III be < untested
l>t-.i June IT. IB*1
RICHARDP BRINKKR
rier* Cireult Court
li> I. C Hedaase
I'epuly Clerk
umm June 19. M.
JulyS. 10. 1BB1
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVC SERVICE
NO PROPERTY)
INTME CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
ANO FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Actte*
No I' 17M
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE Hi.- Marriage of
SILB MONTOYA
Ml
IAKMK1A MONTOYA
Tit i'AI'.MKUAMONTUYA
Residence I'nknown
Yui AKK IIKKEBV NOTI
HKI> that an action for Dlaeo
lutiim ol Marriage haa been
filed .txaind you and you are
require.! iu serve a copy of your
rHten defenses. If any. to It on
Philip I Font. Kaq attorney
lot PeUUoner. whuae address la
A th Street Miami
BNd (lie the origi-
nal with ihr lerk irf the above
murt mi or before July
ISBJ otherwise a default
ill br entered against you for
ihe relief demanded In the
< umpUinl or petition
Thi> notice ahall be publlahed
oiio bbcB week for four con-
eiuiur week* in THE JEW
ISMrUIRlDIAN
witskss my hand and the
nil ul aald court at Miami.
Honda un this 17 day of June.
1SB1
KK1IARDI' BRINKKR
A l le rk. Circuit Court
llade County. Honda
By K Self ned
A Deputy Clerk
'Llrcuii Court Seal i
Jtiilip I Kont. Kaq
UwiiKKICKOf'
1 K(H;KHKKl.i)MAN.KS4J .
* Mh Street
Miami. Florida Ml JO
ARornry for Petitioner
mti Juneia.M.
July s. to. laai
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious name Cast
Si Run at 2290 N E ISSrdSt.N
Miami Beach. Fla aalBO Uv
lends to register aald name
lth the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of I >ade County. Florida
Norms Lopei
Sylvia Modesto
1 -t\ una Ronopaladino
aw" June 12 KM
JulyS. IH1
-M0T,C UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
GlvvlUE IS HEREBY
^r^-r^x*.
i**' th n^*. ZrTXT,
*>n. Hot,, m o,.,^,
LBS Mum' ~ch. Florid.
'n end. to regurtar mM ,,,
0H1 o Dade County Florida
*> Florida corporation
By Robert Mark*I.
m President
Jurat S. ii, ib. M. IMI,
Most of the company's em-
ployees are hired through the As-
sociation for Retarded Citizens.
Dade County, the Florida State
Employment Service and the
Jewish Vocational Services.
Ash is originally from Detroit.
Mich, and graduated from the
University of Miami in 1964 with
a degree in Accounting. Ash is
presently Treasurer of the
Association for Retarded Cm
zens. Dade County and is very
active within the organization
Mayor Proclaims
'Amerifirst Day'
Bay Harbor Mayor Joseph
Gardner has proclaimed June 22
as AmeriFirst Day in Bay Har-
bor Islands" and will officially
I present the proclamation to
Ameri First Federal Senior Vice
President of Hranch Operations
Ted Salb nnd Bay Harbor Office
Manager Yvonne Betzoldt on
Monday. June 22 at 10 a.m. The
proclamation is in conjunction
with the first anniversary
celebration of the Bay Harbor
Ami-riFirst office
Manager Betzoldt is inviting
visitors and customers to stop by
anytime Monday. Tuesday or
Wednesday. June 22. 23 or 24. for
free coffee, bagels and danish,
served from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m..
by members of five area service
clubs and organizations
The National Council of Jewish
Women. Hay Harbor Division,
and the Arlen House ORT will
participate on Monday; the
National Asthma Center, North
Dade Chapter, on Tuesday; and
the Sophie Tucker Chapter of
ll.ul.is-.ah and the llaim Yassky
lladassah on Wednesday
The hay Harbor AmeriFirst is
located at 1066 Kane Concourse
in the Bay Harbor Islands
Public Notice
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
OrVEN that the underlined
desiring to engage in business
under IBM fn litmus name
I..in.i Properties a Florida
n-nrral inrtn.-r-.hip at 7550
s n \"'iiur South Miami.
Florid* ISIBI intends to
reglMei naid name with the
Cl.i* oi Use Circuit Court of
11.,,i, i -..nut Florida
Max Fetal Saf rln
Joaue Lernrr
Joaquln Bamet
Marta Bamet
MelvInF Frankel Ksq
Attorney for Applicant
OB4.t JuneS 12 IB J* IBM
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
lNO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN
ANO FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action
No. II rtlAFC
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OFMARRIACE
IN RK The Marriage Of
JOSK MONTES DE OCA
and
NIIJ >K SOSA MONTES
l>KOCA
TO NUJ1K ISOSA MONTES
IIKIH'A
KladKi Ma-hln2W
Cumanayagua. La* Villas
Cuba
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that an action lor Dlsao
lotion of Marriage has bean
filed against you and you are
required to aerve a copy of your
written defenses. If any to it on
RALPH H AGl'ILKRA. at
tomey for Petitioner, whose
addreas Is Bit S W 12th Ave .
Miami. Fla S31J0. and file the
original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before
June IBB1. otherwise a
default will be entered against
you for the relief demanded In
the complaint or petition
This notice shall be publish**]
once each week for four con-
secutive weeks In THK JE
ISH FLORID I AN
WITNESS my hand and taja.
seal of said court at Miami
Florida un Oils 21st day of May.
RICHARD P HKINKKR
A*Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County Florida
By A D Wade
As Deputy Clerk
,*>... May.
June". 13. IB. IBRl
COHEN
Jennie. Miami Beach, paaaed away
June 4 A resident for 40 years, formerly
of Brooklyn. N Y Surviving are her
ons. Carl of Miami Beach. Irving of St
IVtersburg. Mac of Long Island. N Y .
brother Murray Bellow and sisters
Anne Shukin and Clara Weinsteln
Services were held June 7 at Riverside
CkflfMl
LaTUCHIE
Nathan. Miami Beach, a resident for
JO years, formerly of Youngstown. Ohio,
passed away June 4 Surviving are his
/He. Laura sons. Alan of Santa Bar
bara. Calif and Herbert of Akron. Ohio;
sister. Eva Friedman of Miami Beach
12 grandchildren and eight great grand
children Services were held June 7 at
Kiverslde Chapel
NASH
Saul, a resident of Miami Beach for 42
years, formerly of New York City
passed away June 5 Surviving are his
wife. Helen, children. Dr Gerald M
Nash of Santa Cm*. Calif and Linda
lirownslein of Miami Beach, slater
Hose Aster of Miami Beach and two
grandchildren Services were held June
ESKENAS
Victor H 71. Miami, paaaed away June
Surviving are his wife. Marjorte.
daughter*. Linda Kskenas and Hope
Clement, step-sons. Christopher and
Richard, sisters. Ines Baum. RuUi
Ranen and Sadie Behar. four grandchil-
dren and three great grandchildren
services were held June 9 at Newman
Funeral Home
MARKOWITZ
Hilda. 74, Miami, passed away June 13
A resident for the past 45 year*, former-
ly of Imk Angele* Surviving are a *on.
Marvin of Miami, daughter*. Janice
lleiker of North Miami, and Dee Irwin
of Miami. usters. MaUlda Hart and Ida
Levey, both of Ixm Angeles, ten grand-
children, and two great grandchildren
Service* were held June 15 at Gordon
Funeral Home
MOSS
Sidney. Hallandale. passed away June
14 A resident for 25 years, formerly of
Pittsburgh. Pa Surviving are hi* wife.
Ullian. sons. Jack of Fort Lauderdale
and Burt of Sunrise, five grandchU-
dren. and sister, Sylvia Rosenzwelg of
Miami Beach Service* were held June
15 at Riverside Chapel
ROSENFELD
Hannah Burman. Miami Beach, paaaed
away June It, She was a life member
.uid officer of Temple Ner Tamld Slater-
hood, a member of the City of Hope.
It nai B rith Scopus Lodge, the Jewish
War Veterans ladles' Auxiliary Po*t
It* and the Surf side Miami United of
I'nited Cerebral Palsy Surviving are a
daughter. Kredlyn, brother. H Hal
Hurman sisters. Sallie Holtzman.
Lillian Kisenberg and Fannie Aaron
Services were held June 16
WEINSTEIN
Samuel. 107. Miami, passed away June
12 A resident for the past 29 years,
lormerly of Chicago He was a member
ol the Farband. Ben Gunon Branch No.
290 Surviving are his wife. Jean. sons.
Harry Weinstein of Skokie. Ill and
Gerald Weinstein of Miami, daughter.
Shirley Stein of Skokie. II! nine grand-
.hildren, and five great grandchildren
Serv ii es were held June 14 arranged by
Gordon Funeral Home
LAVINE
Mrs Bertha. IS, Miami Beach, paaaed
away June 11 Surviving are her hus-
band. Samuel K of Miami Beach, son.
1-eonard Lavine of Miami, daughter.
Mr* Doris Hyams of Miami; three
grandchildren and two great grandchll
.Ii en Services were held June 12 at
Riverside Chapel with Interment In Mt
Nebo Cemetery
FINDER
Nathan iNati. S3, of Miami Beach.
paaaed away June 12 Surviving are hi*
wife. Jean, daughter*. Lot* Applebaum
and Shelley Hermann, sisters. Mae
Shapiro and Lillian Dunst. and six
grandchildren Mr Finder waa a real-
dent of Miami for the past 56 year*. H
formerly of Brooklyn. NY Service*
were held June 14
Obituaries


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GREENE
Dr Arthur. AB. Miami, paaaed away
June 11 Surviving are hi* mother,
Dorothy. brother. Gerald. slater.
Sharon Goldberg and sons. Andrew and
Michael Services were held with
arrangements by Riverside Chapel
JERUSS
Mrs Sandra L. 52. Coral Gables,
passed away June I. Surviving are her
husband. Dr. Edward G Jerus*. son.
Jeffrey; daughter. Amy all of Coral
Gable*, brother. Robert Si human and
mother. Kthel Schuman. both of Miami
Service* were held June 14 at Temple
Beth Am. arranged by Rlver*lde
Chapel.
SINGER
Jack. 81. Miami Beach, paaaed away
June 11 A resident *lnce 1945, formerly
of New York City Surviving are hi*
wife. Ruth Schlff Singer, daughter,
Natalie Kelner and three grandchll
dren Service* were held June 14 at
Riverside Chapel
JAEGER
Umjis Murray. 84. Miami Beach, paaaed
away June 5 Surviving are hi* wife.
Rose of Miami Beach; daughter. Claire
Torney of New York City, lister.
Shirley Kallsh of Miami Beach. Toby
Cohen of Hallandale and one grand-
child. Services were held June 7 at
Riverside Chapel
SEDAKA
Mac. 87, Tamarac. a resident for 11
year*, formerly of New York Surviving
are his wife. Eleanor, son. Nell Sedaka
of New York City and Connecticut
daughter. Ronnie Grossman of Laa
Vegas, and four grandchildren. Ser-
vices were held June 7 at Riverside
Chapel
MOSKOVITZ
Verm, 70. Miami, passed away June S A
resident for 38 years, formerly of New
Haven. Conn Surviving 1* her son. Joel.
Service* were held June 11 at Gordon
Funeral Home
FELIK
Robert. 61. Miami, passed away June 9
A resident for the past 48 years, former-
ly of Bangor. Michigan. Surviving are
his wife, Martha, sons. Marl Feltk of
Miami. Dean Sargent of Miami and
Dale Sargent of Clear Lake. Iowa, two
sisters. Jean Mayhew of Miami and
i iiililie Green of Cocoa, Fla.. two grand-
children Service* were held June 11 at
Beth David Synagogue with Interment
in Mt Nebo Cemetery and arranged by
Gordon Funeral Home
KLEIN
Ullian. 82. of Miami Beach. Florida
passed away June 10. A resident 27
year*, originally from Pittsburgh. Pa.
She is survived by her husband. Sam.
sons. Albert Kugene, both of Pittsburgh.
Pa six grandchildren, and sister.
H..n.ui> Hertz. She haa been a life
member for the Home of the Aged, life
member of Hadasaah. life member of
the Poale Vedech Sisterhood of Pitts-
burg. Pa life member of Douglas
Gardens Home, and a life member of
B'nai B'rlth. The family suggest*
contribution* be made to your favorite
chanty Service* were held June 11.
Arrangement* by Riverside Memorial
Chapel
CHAZEN. Mrs Anna. Miami Beach.
June 11 Rubin Chapel Star of David
Memorial Park.
KPSTKl.V Lillian D June 12 River-
side
GULDFADEN. Irving, Emerald HUls
June 6 Riverside.
GROSS. George. 78. Miami Beach June
11 Rubin Chapel
HAMMER. Harry. 73. Hollywood.
Riverside Chapel
KANAREK. Maurice. 77, Miami, June
10 Riverside Chapel Star of David
12.
Cemetery.
MOGUL. David. Miami. June 11
ROSS. Dr Carmen F 56. June
Riverside Chapel
RUTH MAN. Roee
HKLL. Ruth. Miami Beach. June 13
Rubin Chapel.
USHHKIN. Beverly. 5B. N Miami
Beach. June 12 Levltt-Welnteln
PASTE RN AC. Urael Lelb. Miami
Reach. June 12. Rubin Chapel.
PHILLIPS. Theodore, 88, Coral Gable*.
June 12. Riverside Chapel Star of
David Cemetery.
POPPER. Esther, 94. Hallandale, June
12 Levitt Weinstein.
LI I'MAN. Sol. 87, Miami Beach
Riverside Chapel
STEELE, Aaron
ESKJN, Roe, Miami Beach. June IS
Riverside Chapel.
FIRMAN. Joseph J Miami Beach.
June IS Rubin Chapel
GROSSMAN. Malta. 63. Miami Beach,
June 15
SIBUSHNICK. Hannah. Miami Beach
Rubin Chapel.
BUTTKRMAN. Hyman R.. Bay Harbor
Island Riverside Chapel
KRIMSKY, Minnie. 92. N Miami
Beach, June 16 Levltt-Welnsteln.
NASH. Beatrice L.. 85. Hollywood
Riverside Chapel
pillJl Delia. B2. N Miami Beach. June
18. Riverside Chapel. Mt. Nebo
Cemetery
ROSKNBERG. Annie. N Miami Beach.
June 16. Riverside Chapel.
BRITT. Helen. 53, Miami Beach Rubin
Chapel
QETZ. Philip. 75. Miami Beach. June 6
Riverside Chapel.
DRUCKER, Ronnl. N Miami Beach.
June 7 Levitt Weinstein Memorial
Chapel
JROSS. Sadie, 70. Hlaleah. June 7.
Gordon Funeral Home
APPKL. Max. Miami Beach. June B.
DKI'TSCH. Mrs. Anne. Miami Beach
Rubin Chapel.
KAPLOWITZ. Sylvia K June 10
Riverside Chapel
MARK MAN. Miriam. 68. Hollywood.
June 9 Riverside Chapel.
PRAGO. Jean Miller June 7
WOLF'S. Mrs Charlotte. Miami Beach
Rubin Chapel
AliMl'K. Ellis. June7.
KNGEL. George. 80. Hallandale. June
7 Riverside Chapel
JHF.KNBERC. Bertha. 83. Fort
Lauderdale. June 7 Riverside
Chapel
PERL8TB1N. Yiuhaq 67. Miami
Beach Rubin Chapel
I'NGKR. Sarah. B3. Miami Beach
Rubin Chapel
RIVKIN. Irwln Frederick. 29,
Hollywood, June 10 Riverside
Chapel
GOOTNICK. Dave. 71. Miami Beach.
June 10 Rubin Chapel Star of David
Ti CKER. Milton F SS. North Bay
Village. June 9 Riverside Chapel
YANOVER. Laura 60. June 10.
Riverside Chapel
BARR. Rebecca, B4. Miami Beach. June
10 Rubin Chapel
in CKSTF.IN. Minnie. 83. N Miami
Beach Levitt Weinstein
GRKKNBERG. Martin Aaron. 33.
Hallandale. June 10 Rubin Chapel
KRONE. Dr. Murray. 75. Hallandale.
June in Riverside Chapel
MANSON. Goldle. Miami. June 10.
Riverside Chapel Star of David
I'HOSKK. Myron. 84. Miami Beach.
June 11 Riverside Chapel.
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