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Began in 1927?
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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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Combining IHt JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
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Number 27 TWO SECTIONS
Miami. Florida Friday. July 3. 1981
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'resident Nay on to Decide
Begin and Peres in Split Decision
JERUSALEM
rael went to the polls
,,'sday and failed to give
working majority to
ther the ruling Likud
jrty of Prime Minister
Enachem or challenger
limon Peres, chairman
i he opposition Labor
art v. As a result, Presi-
jjnt Vit/hak Navon will
)rop-Outs
}ose New I
Danger
B) D.WID LANDAU
\nd (ill. SEDAN
ERl SALEM (JTA)
!ii)ii lo the grow-
problem of neshira
[> among Jews
: Soviat Union,
ht by a top level
Jewish com*
I ise task will be to
r. nsenaus within
i wry" on how to
i he phenomenon
- fduct its proportioai
VSfl in.itul.
ol i in Bruseeb
H So> h i .Iirj
deliberations
K weeks ago
I ulvtng longstanding
H .-.in dssJ witli
Leon Dulzin, chairman
i Organisa-
m \.\< (bkh
d i" appoint
B members Hi'
tnpoaiUon to the
ft It I meeting
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in RATE dropoeU
* ho apt to settle ui
it hei ih.in Israel after
from the USSR
.- rct'iit in raoanl
OHM
is report*, th' Soviet
warned Israel
I igl level continues
: >w n on Jew ish
'i tin situation
i n Chief R
> i ishman ol Moscow
Israel's \shkenazic
i Shlomo Ocean by
I "iiimurdon Page 7-A
Begin noted that he
was "pleased," and Peres
claimed that the Labor
Party had been given a
"moral mandate" to rule
predicated on his assess-
ment that Labor would
pile up an additional 15
seats to its present repre-
sentation .
Whichever way it
\ I mac hem Begin
In- called upon to decide
which of the two candi-
date is most likely to
come up with a successful
coalition bid in the
Knesset and to invite him
to form a government.
Early returns
Tuesday made pollster
llanoch Smith, of Israel
Television, the star of the
ds} In 1977, using a pol-
ling technique of voters
who had just cast their
ballots, well before tabu-
lation began he predicted
in .i remarkably precise
degree that the ruling
Labor Parts had been
ousted in an unprece-
Paris Scene
Shimon Peres
dented Israeli political
turnabout, and that Prime
Minister Begins party
had won.
SMITH USED the
same technique Tuesday,
and throughout the day.
both Begin and Peres
claimed victory based on
his scattered samples.
Saul Begin. "The Likud
has an absolute majority
with its allies an ab-
solute majority." Said
Peres. By all indications,
a fundamental change has
occurred in public opinion,
and Labor will be charged
with forming the new gov-
ernment."
Mitterand Picks Three
Jews, Including Communist
By EDWIN EYTAN
PARIS (JTA) -
Three Jews, including a
senior member of the Com-
munist Party, were ap-
pointed to the new French
government led by Socialist
Prime Minister Pierre
Mauri>v The 7;$ year-old
Minister of Industry. Pierre
Dreyfus, and 53 year old
Minister of Justice. Robert
Badtnter belong to the
mainstream of the Socialist
Party and are active in
Jewish affairs.
The third. 47 year-old Charles
Fitlcrman. appointed Minister of
State in charge of transport, is
the second highest ranking mem-
bar of the Communist Party He
is one of the four Communists
who foined the government coali-
n, turning France Into the first
major Western country lo have
Communist ministers and to be
governed l>y u Socialist -Com-
munist regime.
THE COMMUNISTS signed a
Continued on Page H-A
goes, there is the distinct!
possibility that no one is
likely to know for weeks,
with both parties going to
the Knesset to do a lot of
haggling for minority bloc
support.
MEANWHILE, In-
terior Minister Yosef Burg
said that his National Re-
Continued on Page 6-A
Haig Declares
AW ACS Fight Set
AsideAt Least
For the Moment
By DAVID FRIEDMAN
WASHINGTON -
(JTA) President Reagan
was urged by leading mem-
bers of the Senate and
House to withdraw his Ad-
ministration's proposed
arms package sale to Saudi
Arabia or risk "a humili-
ating defeat" and the dan-
ger of dividing the nation.
The Administration has
apparently put off making
the decision at least
through the late summer.
Secretary of State Alexan-
der Haig lold a CBS'Face
the Nation" program
Sunday that there would be
an "additional delay."
HE SAID more negotiations
would be required in order to
neutralize strong Congressional
opposition to the deal, which in-
cludes the sale of five AW ACS to
the Saudis. Haig said, however.
that the delay will not be sub-
stantial and will not change the
intent of the President to proceed
v. ith the sale.'
Sen. Bob Packwood (R.. Ore I
told a press conference at the
Capitol that 54 Senators, a
majority of the Senate, had
signed his letter to the President.
urging him not to sell the five
WVACS reconnaissance aircraft.
enhancement equipment for F-15
fighter and other items in the
proposed package for Saudi
Arabia.
It is our deep belief that this
-ale is not in the best interest of
the United States, and therefore
recommend that you refrain from
sending this proposal to Con-
gress, the letter said.
At a press conference a short
while later in a House office
building. Heps Clarence Ixing
(D., Md.) and Norman Lent (R..
N Y I said their resolution of
disapproval of the sale had 224
supporters, a majority of the
House l.ong added that at least
75 others had told him and Lent
that they would support the reso-
lution but did not want to sign
tht' item now to avoid pressure
from the White House.
Packwood said that at least
two to four other Senators told
him they would sign the letter.
He said this was why the Presi-
dent should not even send the
sale to Congress to avoid a
"divisive debate that would
split both parties. Congress, the
nation and the allies of the U.S.
PACKWOOD SAID his letter
was signed ly 20 Republicans
and :(4 Democrats long also
warned that Reagan risked a
"humiliating defeat and
problems with his own party in
the 1962 Congressional elections.
He said the Long Lent resolution
of disapproval was signed by 54
Continued on Page 7-A
No More Kissing Arab Sandals
Scientists Cast Doubt on 'Sudden'Israeli Energy Breakthrough
By HUGH ORGEL
TEL AVIV (JTA) Israel's scientific
community has expressed skepticism over the
claim by Yaacov Meridor, a Herut candidate
lor the Knesset, that a group of privately-
tinanced Israeli scientists have achieved a
-tunning breakthrough in energy production.
Meridor, a wealthy businessman and former
comrade inarms of Prime Minister
Menachem Begin in the Irgun, was persuaded
by Begin recently to return to political life.
Some Israeli sources believe Begin is groom-
ing him as a successor.
BUT MERIDOR insists that his an-
nouncement of the breakthrough at a lunch-
eon meeting of the Commercial and Industrial
Club here last Friday was not an election
"gimmick."
"I have to live even after the elections.
Do you think I, at my age. would endanger
my good name on something which will not
hold up after the voting?" he asked reporters.
According to Meridor. the breakthrough
Continued on Page 10-A
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Rabbi William BerkouiU. president of the Jewish National Fund, welcomes Gov. Hugh L
Carry and Mrs. Evangeune Gouletas-Carey to a special reception at JNF House, New York
City, celebrating their recent marriage and the upcoming presentation of JNF's coveted
"Tree of Life" award to Mrs. Gouletas-Carey and her brother, Nicholas Gouletas. Left to
right are Rabbi Berkowitz, Gov. Carey, Mrs. Gouletas-Carey, Nicholas Gouletas, and Dr.
Samuel I. Cohen, executive vice president of the JNF.
Headlines
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Halt Called to Federal 'Abuses'
The American Jewish Congress is calling on the
U.S. Congress to end the "abuses" of race-
conscious federal anti-discrimination programs
while retaining the principle of affirmative action
to promote equal opportunity
Testifying before the Senate Judiciary Sub-
committee on the Constitution. Nathan Z. Der-
showitz. director of AJCongress commission on
Law and Social Action, opposed a constitutional
amendment on affirmative action but said that
such anti-discnmination programs must not be
abandoned as a social policy."
Affirmative action is a crucial step to mnking
real our national commitment to true equality."
Dershowitz said. "Moreover, minorities properly
perceive it as a manifestation of governmental
concern for their welfare."
He cautioned against a constitutional amend-
ment, however, because "the Constitution
embodies fundamental law and should not be
tampered with by amendment to deal with every
social issue which arises.' especially when
remedies can be found in legislation and ad-
ministrative action.
How would the Egyptians react in the event of
a clash between Israel and Syria? In an interview
carried in the afternoon Hebrew daily. Yedtot
Ahronot. Israel's Chief of Staff. Gen. Rafael
Eytan, does not have an optimistic view. He says
that on all accounts Egypt would have to be
reckoned with as one of the forces that would
fight against Israel. He further stresses that he
doss not share in the belief that war with Egypt is
a thing of the past.
Commenting on the PLO, Eytan saya that the
terrorists operating out of Lebanon have been
considerably weakened as a result of Israeli
actiona taken against them. At the same time, he
adds, the terrorist problem will be around for a
long time to come.
Responding to a question as to how be rates the
current generation of youths, the Chief of Staff
replied: "I do not share the belief that today's
youth in Israel is of s caliber below that of the
youth we had 30 years ago. Quite the contrary;
today's soldiers in Israels army are better than
those of prior years; even superior to those who
battled for Israel's independence33 years ago."
G. Emerson Travis, president of the Miami-
Dade Chapter of the American National Red
Cross Society, has been congratulated by Rabbi
Rubin R. Dob in. international chairman of
Operation Recognition, for Travis statement
railing of the International Committee of the Red
Cross to find a way to bring Israel's Magen David
Adorn Society into the world Red Cross organiza-
tion as a full-fledged member.
The statement was made at a recent Greater
Miami awards dinner of the local American Red
Magen David for Israel Division. Rsbbi Dobin
thanked Travis standing before one of the fleet of
ambulances which citizens of South Florida have
presented to the Israeli public health organize
tion.
The Anti-Defamation League of B'ani B'ritr
is praised Connecticut for enacting a law that
nans paramilitary training camps run by the Ku
Klux Klan and other extremist groups.
The legislation, signed into law by Gov Wil-
liam A O Neill. is based on a model statute drawn
up by ADL and introduced in the Connecticut
legislature by State Sen John Daniels
H William Shure. chairman of the league's
Connecticut Regional Board, said. 1 commend
all those who worked so hard for its passage
With the recent upsurge of Klan activity in Con
necticut. this legislation is vital and necessary "
Dorothy James, the widow of Gen Daniel
"Chappie' James. Jr has been named honorary
trustee of the Jewish War Veterans of the T N \
National Memorial Inc., President Ainslee Ferdie
announced
We are very proud to have Mrs James
represent her husband in helping our cause to
preserve and to present testaments of the
patriotism of American Jews. Ferdie declared
Ferdie. who also served as JWV's National
Commander, recalled that Gen James had
worked closely with JWV during his lifetime As
the first Black four-star Air Force General, who
had begun his career as a civilian instructor pilot.
"Gen. James was sensitive to issues of discrimi-
nation and anti-Semitism and frequently con-
sulted with JWV on these matters." Ferdie
declared.
Martin Periberger. of the law firm of Rubin.
Miller and Eagan. Beverly Hills and San Francis-
co, is co-chairman of a delegation of U.S. at-
torneys scheduled to visk Israel and Egypt to
better acquaint American lawyers with the legal
systems in the two countries.
Serving as co-chairman with Periberger is
Mont P. Hoyt of Houston. Tex., editor-n-chief of
the International Lau Xeus
The delegation will be traveling under the
auspices of the American Bar Association Section
of International Law Legal Exchange Committee
The visit is scheduled Jan. 22 to Feb 7. 1982
Prof. Sir James LighthUl and Prof Hans W
Kosterlaz. both of Great Britain, have been
Chosen as the 1981 recipients of the Harvey Prize
of the Technion Israel Institute of Technologv
PrilHJ^r n*' (iomnutt for the Har^y
5?T k J m Wmi AmOS Horev P"dent of
the Technion. announced the awards made at a
srjssaron th< Techn,on cwnpu -
Lighthill. provjst of University College
London received the Harvey Prize in LSZd
Technology ui recognition of his pioneering
r^arch m fluid mechanics and his tJESK
Kosteriiu. director of the Unit on Addictive
t University of Aberdeen, received the
Harvey Pr,ze in Human Health for hi. work 5
the discovery, identification, and pharmacoloS
of naturally occurring enkephalins and^S?
the bnun. which has exerted an .11 ernbraTuS
influence on neurc*cietists working oTthTb*?
chemistry and pharmacology oUhebram
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Hoffman Up on Criminal Charges
| NEW YORK Karl Heinz
bffmann. founder and leader of
banned neo-Nasi "Defense
ort Group Hoffmann,"' has
n arrested on charges of
tiding a criminal organisation,
ording to Tht Wee* in Q*r>
^,v. weekly newsletter of the
Groan Information Canter here.
(Hoffman. 43, and his compan-
n Franziaka Birkmann, were
ken into custody last week in
inkfurt. Bavarian police later
covered some one and one half
ograms of high explosive TNT
a quantity of counterfeit
jierican dollars in Birkmann'*
gtle in Enneuth, near Nurem-
rg. where the group made its
adquarters before it was out-
jved last year, according to the
trman Information Bulletin.
| TORONTO A Canadian
lia expert charged this week
it the negative image of Arabs
Canadian television and in
Iwspapers was largely due to
(tensive Jewish control of the
:im in the United States on
inch Canadian editors are
avily dependent and on the
Lhtical clout of the "New York-
[ashington Jewish lobbies"
tnch make the pro-life and
^ti-gun control lobbies together
Dk like amateur night."
expert. Marie Choquet, an
Bawl communications con-
kltant. made her remarks to
brr.f <" academicians, diplomats
nd businessmen from Canada
nd a dozen Arab countries
^tending a three-day conference
itanized by the University of
hlgary in conjunction with the
nternational Association of
liddle Hast Studies and the
Jnton of Arab Historians.
JERUSALEM Recent
ewspaper reports accusing
frazil of supplying uranium to
aq were based on Hraziiian
Durces and not on Mossad. the
raeli Secret Service, according
i the Brazilian correspondent of
Guardian, a leading British
ewspaper which had carried the
irt. The Guardian account
fas also confirmed by a major
cilian newspaper. Estado dt
i Paulo.
The Government Press Office
that it had received this in
|>rmation directly from both
rwspapers. The liuarduin editor
lb led Press Office Director
!'ev Hafetz that its Brazilian
nrrespondent had his in
^rmation from "local, highly
"ible sources" which had
Mhing to do with the Israeli
cret Service."
BUCHAREST Three-thou-
nd Jews from all over Mol-
ivia, joined by thousands of
her Rumanians, gathered in
My to mark the 40th anniver-
of the pogrom in 1941 when
Mr 10,000 Jewa were murdered
the streets of that city or were
i>hyxiated in the infamous
ith train."
The mass gathering, which was
iwvised nationally, heard strong
minciationsof anti-Semitism by
[eonard Constantin, first
cretary of the Communist
f/vty in Iassy; Gen. Neagu
ei. vice president of The
^nn-Fascist FighUrs; Iassy
yor Nichi Fornsugen and
there.
Chief Rabbi Moses Rosen of
Rumania addressed the throng
the dangers of revived anti-
Semitism. Ha expressed
ititude to President Nioolsi
ausescu of Rumania for his
cent vehement condemnation of
nti-Ssmitiam.
an Arab terrorist attack. The
bands, run by the Jewish Lads
and Girls Brigade, had been
asked to play in Trafalgar Square
during a meeting to protest
against the EEC's attempt to in-
volve the Palestine Liberation
Organization in Middle East
peace negotiations.
Although the Brigade's bands
have played at previous pro-
Israel rallies, parents of some of
the 60 drummers, buglers and
trumpeters are understood to
have refused to let their children
do so on this occasion for rear of
an Arab-inspired attack.
UNITED NATIONS
Yehuda Blum Israel's ambassa-
dor to the United Nations, has
charged that a statement issued
here by the Security Council
president, which indirectly
censured the Palestine Liberation
Organization, was "yet another
demonstration at the United
Nations of the double standard in
everything involving the PLO."
president, Pornrio Munoz Ledo
of Mexico, condemned the June
19 killing of two Fiji soldiers of
the UN Interim Force in Lebanon
(UNIFID by PLO terrorists, but
the statement did not refer to the
PLO by name, but to "armed ele-
ments," a UN euphemism for the
PLO.
WASHINGTON Special
Mideast envoy Philip Habib re-
turned Friday to Washington
from the Middle East. He met
with Secretary of State Haig on
Saturday and was expected to see
President Reagan after the Presi-
dent's return from California.
David Passage, a State De-
partment spokesman, said again
that Habib had gone to the Mid-
dle East to resolve the crisis de-
veloping from Syria's stationing
of SAM-6 anti-aircraft missiles in
Lebanon. Passage said that ten-
sions had been eased in the Mid-
dle East but that the Habib mis-
sion would probably have to
continue.
The statement by the Council Sources here said that Habib
was called home for consultations
partly out of a desire of the State
Department that he should not
be in the region during Israel's
election.
JERUSALEM The suspen-
sion of independent MK Samuel
Flatto-Sharon from the Knesset
was annulled by the Supreme
Court last weekend pending its
final decision on his bribery con-
viction. Flatto was suspended on
the recommendation of the
Knesset's House Committee last
month after he was found guilty
by a district court of bribing
voters and other campaign irreg-
ularities in the 1977 elections. He
has appealed the verdict.
The high court's six to one
decision was, in effect, a rebuke
to the Knesset for acting before
the justices reviewed Flatto's
appeal and rendered a decision.
As a result of the ruling, Flatto
was given five more days in the
ninth Knesset. A new Knesset
was elected on Tuesday. Flatto
was standing for reelection.
SPRING GLEN, NY. Har
old Jacobs of New York, the
newly-elected president of the
National Council of Young Israel,
announced that the association of
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cost of kosher slaughter and pro-
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cents per pound The cost to the
kosher consumer, they said, is 60
to 100 percent more than the
wholesale price.
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A Split Decision
The election process itself underscores the fact
that Israel is a democratic society. The indecisive
conclusion of Tuesday's election in which Prime Min-
ister Menachem Begin and Shimon Peres, chairman
of the opposition Labor Party, emerged in s dead
heat is dear evidence of that. In failing to speak, tht
people of Israel have spoken in a revealing way.
The attitude of the Western nations may have
been an influencing factor. They said in advance that
they would not be happy with the return to power of
Mr. Begin. Many Israelis, feeling increasingly
isolated abroad from their erstwhile friends, may well
have opted for mending some of the fences that Mr.
Begin damaged so grievously during his tenure in
office by voting for Mr. Peres.
There are other healthy signs in the vote for
Labor. They point to the belief among some Israelis
that domestic considerations are as much of a
problem for the average citizen as foreign affairs, and
that in Mr. Peres they saw more hope for a genuine
getting down to solving them than they could expect
from Mr. Begin, whose eye has consistently focused
on international affairs.
On the other side of the coin, we are impelled to
believe that if there is any single specific circum-
stance that brought so many Israelis to the polls in
behalf of Mr. Begin and his Likud Party, it was the
West's clearly stated preference that he should lose.
Indeed, the West's flagrant dismissal of Israel's
dominant security interests as highlighted by the
June 7 bombing of the Osirak reactor in Iraq and the
West's subsequent harsh condemnation of that
operation so enflamed the anger of the Israeli elector-
ate that it was a foregone conclusion that Mr. Begin
should do well Tuesday.
Furthermore, for all of Israel's desire for peace.
the country is apparently unwilling to opt for peace
now at the price of its dissolution later. In Mr. Be-
gin. Israelis apparently saw a safer stewardship of
their territorial integrity than they saw in the Labor
Party's Shimon Peres.
Those, however, who doubted that, on the ques-
tion of Israel's territorial integrity Mr. Peres would
be as much of a hawk as Prime Minister Begin
presumes to be. are likely to have erred.
In the end. in a democratic society, it is not any
single leader who makes ultimate differences. The
problems facing Israel now and in the foreseeable
future are profound. They will not change no matter
who finally wins the election.
Are there differences in the way that Prime Min-
ister Begin has handled them up until now and the
way in which Shimon Peres would handle them? Of
course. But the differences are not monumental.
That is what a democratic society is all about, and
for all the invective heaped upon Mr. Begin by the
West prior to the balloting Tuesday, and for all the
hope that Mr. Peres would win. this fact has been
lost sight of.
The split decision clears the air for a meddling
West. It gives Israel a breather before the political
battle resumes to see who will take up the reigns ac-
cording to the wishes of Israelis themselves.
A Miracle in the Making
11 is a 70-mile Mediterranean-to-Dead Sea Canal part-tunnel
part-canal, which was started on May 28 and which will when
completed, provide Israel with some 20 percent of its total
energy needs
Theodor Harzl. the father of political Zionism, who vsrualited
Jewish state exactly 50 years before Israel was established
also prophesied such s Canal in his Utopian novel. Altneuland
The Israelis sensitive to history and students of visionary
plans, have taken this canal project to heart and are committed
to it. It an immense challenge The Israel Government has
turned to the Israel Bond Organization, asking this affective and
important organization to provide the initial f 100 asasaaaa in seed
money for the Canal, which it is estimated, will eventually cost
between S80O-9O0 million '
The Bond Organization has arrepted this historic reaponaibil
ity by announcing s canpaign to enroll Founders of the Canal A
Founder is a purchaser of a minimum of $100 000 in Israa
Bonds in 1981 ^^
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I WAS brought up to the world
of liberal American politics, with
the accent on post-Rooaeveltian
free-spending economics. And
with the accent, too, on human
rights policies designed to correct
centuries of inequities in the land
against racial, religious, social
and fiscal minorities
My world was a world in which
America had suddenly become a
beneficent King Kong. We had
fought a war. a "good" war. with
whose purposes most everyone
agreed, and we had won uncondi-
tionally We were, as the football
preppies cry. No. 1.
NOW I am being asked to turn
my back on all of that. The Res
ganites ask me to accept mortal
slashes to the tired body of Roo-
srveltian economic practice, not
as surgical repair, but as a form
of permanent cure." And I am
being told that we can no longer
be policeman to the world. In
fact. I must make friends abroad
with some people whose human
nghts policies are less than even
.
Leo
Mimlliii
minimally respectable
The new Reaganite prag
matisro is alien to my genetic
fiber. Still. I am tiling to try,
but his Administration is making
it awfully hard for me to do so
The other day. for example.
speaking of astronomic interest
rates and their impact on mort-
gages and home loans, s Reagan
official said flatly of the nation's
young people whose hopes for a
vine-covered cottage and a white
an American hghf^ hoM
waspartofthegr,^Sl
*"*m be now so bbthely2
U to forget And I 2'
thcae f-cal monoh, ^'
Morgan, whose high ut
rates, whose sheer u
**rged for our own gooTiJl
think thattheir *$
minds me of those o her7
f *>* smJ
oTwhose r^suMnsen- ^
TV commercials assure M H
our own good, too
I AM not .t all sure that ,
bottom, their policies are u,
**" a handle on a heat,
economy thst spurs the mfUt,
ary spiral. Or thst the pet*,^
uls are serious about 2
find alternative sources of enf
- not when the present urc
are so handsomely reardinf I
them ^'
But I am sure that what
are all doing for our own &,
makes them exorbitant profits
and leads me and other
class Americans closer to
poor house daily. which is abw
the only house to which mosu
us will have any kind of access i
the foreseeable future
StilJ. on the heels of the f(
who announced in his behalf ti
owning one's own home is not i
inherent American rightl
President Reagan last w
declared that he wan t about u,
go after the conglomerates whJ
get bigger and bigger these dirl
by buying up other rnterpnsal
No sir. said President Reaan]
"Big business is not necessarily]
bad business."
ALL OF which reminded mec
old Charlie Wilson ho. m tht)
days of the Truman Adminutn-I
twn. was president of Geoenll
Motors when General Motonl
was indeed a might\ corporation.f
Said Mr Wilson back then
"What's good for General Motors
s good for the county
That got Mr Truman sdaoderl
up and the rest of the coun-l
trys too. HSTs clashes itnl
giant corporate enterprise werel
Coetiaued on Page 9-A
Survivor Ponders Duesseldorf Testi
Friday. July 3. 1981
Volume 54
1 TAMUZ 5741
Number 2"
By FRANK REISS
Little attention is being
paid these days to the
events unfolding in a court-
room in the West German
aty of Dusseldorf. The
criminal trial being held
J**** ~ the longest in
German history started
in November. 1975. No
wonder that many people
have lost interest in the
repetitive testimony, argu-
ments, pleadings and re-
buttals.
Though the war crimes being
Pl generation ago. I have
to* proceedings orUck of
Kgresa from afar But then I
have a personal stake in the out-
come The nine defendants are
accused of complicity in the cal-
of ZW.fJOO parsons at Majdanek
the Nan-run death camp deep m
the entrails of Poland. OnTof
jbeffvictuns was Paul Reias. my
ACCORDING to papers I re-
ceived from the International
Tracmg Service. P.ul R^ ^
"*?* J3, 1902" w" ***
Majdanek on August 13. 1942
His fortieth birthday
Among all the concentration
and death camps, therefore. Maj
danek retains a special poignancy
for me I rage with every day that
the trial goes on. so unnerving is
the procasunation of justice. AnH
the almost six years of litigation
have sharpened my senses to
ironies and paradoxes that must
surely escape most observers.
For one. were the trial to and
[oday. it would have already
ted far longer than the tone it
took to murder all the victim* of
the Holocaust.
I cannot help but notice, too.
now meticulous the defense at-
torneys are about procedures and
affording legal protection to their
Jenta They rightly point out
?*.* du Process, none of
the defendant* can be convicted
of collective guilt, nor guik by
association, not even with an nd-
uaon of having belonged to the
SS in the death camp at the ume
mTueS"" "*"
IT IS individual guilt that
sble doubt although in view of
the passage of time, this is
certainly most unreasonable.
atnl^ o ymn h,v* ^P
smce the German government
**rted preparations for the trial
imon!
survived, and e\en anoo4j
them many have died since thaw
camp was liberated
The strict adherence to the final
technicalities of civilized lav naafl
resulted in the dismissal of seveaT
of the original 16 defendants fronaj
the trial. The court, sticking i
the smallest minutia of
prudence, deemed thai the prcs-l
ecution lacked the amokind
gun" type evidence required fcrj
further lkigstion
In contrast to the immoral, in-1
humane summary eiecutionil
perpetrated at Majdanek. thoaj
who stand accused of thsm
murders have been allowed w|
bask interminably in the pr>|
tective light of due process
YET, a* cumbersome andl
painstaking a* the process if |
civilised society, the da) "I
verdict is finally in sight Bd
only after each of the dsfesM
attorneys seizes yet another coo j
ceaaion of time granted by U*
court: One week of summation
for each of the defendants
weeks in which they will Wf
to defend the indefensible
Coatiaeed en Pag' A
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President Navon to Decide
Begin and Peres in Split Decision
Continued from Page 1 A
ligious Party, with 12
seats in the current
Knesset, but a likely win-
ner of only seven when the
Tuesday vote is finally
tabulated, revealed that
his party would in all like-
lihood stick with its
present affiliation with
Likud.
In previous governments,
however, ail of them Labor, the
NRP had been aligned with
Labor
In the present government,
which will rule under Prime Min-
ister Begin until President Navon
chooses which candidate is most
likely to be successful in coming
up with a majority coalition,
Likud occupies 43 seats. Labor
has 32. At one point in Tuesday's
voting. Labor Chief Peres said
that his party had received a
"great and unprecedented Labor
victory."
BUT MORDECHAI Zippori.
Prime Minister Begin's Deputy
Defense Minister, declared that
the results of Tuesday's election,
under any circumstances, would
yield "a shaky government"
without a decisive power base.
This was true of the Likud
Victory in 1977. but there is little
likelihood that anyone can say of
Prime Minister Begin s govern-
ment that it did not act from a
firm power base.
One other possibility resulting
from the dead-heat Tuesday
polling is that, should neither
candidate be able to come up with
new ruling coalition. Israelis
may be called upon to go to the
polls again within a few months.
PRIME MINISTER BEGIN
had originally set this week's
election back from its regularly-
acheduled November date to ac-
commodate the storm of criticism
over his handling of the
autonomy negotiations with
Egypt.
In the end, there is the slender
possibility that the decision as to
who will be Israel's next leader
may not take place until
November after all.
Never before were Israelis so
deeply involved in an election
campaign.
Not only has there been un-
precedented violence at election
rallies, but the election became
the major focus of public at-
tention. At every street corner, in
every work place, on every social
occasion, Israelis engage in
heated debates on the merits of
the two main rivals and in in-
tensive speculation over the out-
come of the elections.
The genera] feeling, supported
by election polls, was that the
smaller parties would be the main
losers, with a clear trend of choice
between the two big parties.
PERES APPEARED last
weak jointly with Yitzhak Rabin
in election headquarters of the
party in the Deborah Hotel in Tel
Aviv, with both men calling for
unity, in an attempt to repair the
image of the continued rivalry
between the two. Journalists who
attended the event expected
Peres to pull a last minute
surprise like appointing Rabin as
a candidate for Deputy Premier.
The Likud launched an inten-
sive effort to inaugurate new
settlements in the West Bank.
Two have already been in-
augurated, and another two were
inaugurated just four days before
the election.
Some 10.000 attended the
laying of the cornerstone in the
religious town of "Emmanuel" in
Samaria. The town will be popu-
lated mainly with Agudat Yisrael
people.
In an effort to win back votes
from the Likud and the Tehiya.
the National Religious Party
issued a political document,
which was more hawkish than the
party's previous platform.
THE NRP called for moving to
act "within the framework of the
peace agreement to leave the
Jewish settlements in Sinai under
Israeli sovereignty.'* The settle-
ments are to be evacuated by
April. 1982. under the peace
agreement. The NRP document
also urged the imposition of Is
raeli law on the Jewish settle-
ments in Judea and Samaria and
on Israeli citizens within the ara
of the proposed autonomy
The parties made special ef-
forts, as the week drew to its end.
o create efficient machinery on
lection day, to make sure that
supporting voters would come
and vote. The Labor Alignment
activated some 700,000 workers
on election day. mostly volun-
teers from the Kibbutzim and
Moshavim. as well as hundred of
vehicles which would transport
voters. "
THE LIKUD election
machinery was more modest,
with approximately 45.000
workers on election day. Israel
police launched operation Mo'ed
81." an unprecedented deploy-
ment of policemen throughout
the country, to ensure troublefree
elections. (Mo'ed is Hebrew for
" time" I
There were no leaves, and some
6.000 civil defense soldiers were
recruited for reserve duty on
election day to assist the police
A force of 18.000 men altogether
supervised the elections.
PERES declared late last week
that if he won. he would name
former Premier Yitzhak Rabin as
his Defense Minister, rather than
retired Gen. Haim Barlev. as
might have been expected
The announcement, made on
national television about a half
hour before a televised debate be-
tween Begin and Peres, was
considered to have reduced any
significant reaction from the
debate, since that became the
new main issue in the campaign.
Looking fit and healthy. Begin
traded barbs with Peres on the
televised debste. which, by gen-
eral agreement, produced few
surprises and almost no news.
The only new angle in the de-
bate was an announcement by
Peres that he was ready, as Prime
Minister, to launch immediate
negotiations with Egypt over
implementation of the autonomy
components of the Israeli-
Egyptian peace treaty.
^Friday, July 3,
MOST OF debate ,
centrated on domestic"
Peres opened the attack on I
issue by saving Mr Begm
have you done to thiToV
He also appeared to be i
return personal insults i
the character assassination*]
Labor Party leader duria?
campaign. ^
Begin, at Srst restrain* I
self but toward the end 4
debate, he waved at Para
gesture of dismissal and
"Mr. Peres, sit quietly andt
yourself to be precise
preach to me
Such information as -u
tamable after the debate
indicated that neither of the.
balers succeeded m comma,
sdherents of his opponent*
servers said it was hard to
whether either Begin or
scored with their primary
the estimated J > \ tO per
the electorate known to
decided
Palestinian Terrorists
KiU 2 Fiji Soldiers
By HUGH ORGEL
TEL AVIV (JTA) Two
Fijian soldiers attached to the
United Nations Interim Force in
Lebanon (UNIFID were shot
and killed by Palestinian terror-
ists, and a third was wounded. A
UNIFIL spokesman who re-
ported the incident said UNIFIL
has lodged a strong protest with
the Palestine Liberation Or-
ganization.
The victims were among nine
Fijian troops captured by the
PLO in a clash near Kana village
in South Lebanon after the
soldiers stopped a Palestinian st
s roadblock. They were shot in
the back while trying to escape.
The wounded man was later
released. UNIFIL said and three
others mananged to escape.
THE TWO dead men bring to
13 the number of Fijians killed in
the course of year's service with
UNIFIL The total number of
UNIFIL soldiers killed since
1978 now stands 64 The Fijian
unit is due to return home
shortly A farewell concert by the
Fijian military band to have been
held in Nahanya was cancelled
because of the killings.
(In Washington, the State IK-
partment condemned the killings
as senseless violence. David
Passage, a Department spokes-
man, said, in a prepared state-
ment, To attack members of the
United Nations peacekeeping
force is totally abhorrent and
repulsive and those responsible
for this deed bring dishonor upon
themselves.'' He did not identify
who was responsible I
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tinued from Page 1-A
, and 74 Democrat*
states and covered the
,litical spectrum.
ud he was informed that
100 resolutions of
val introduced in the
far This way the first
more than 200 co-
and it was done before
was ever formally pre-
iCongraai
k : noted that his letter
?an was signed after
raid on Iraq's nuclear
.June which, he said
Li thai tin' raid had no
[n attitudes toward the
sale-
.ETTER to Keagan from
item said that one of the
bortant reasons to reject
il the fact that the
have not chosen a con-
i role in the Camp David
Pack wood said that the
lhave been an "impedi-
L, efforts to establiah
lithe Middle Eaat.
lid that when the Senate
Kl in. sale of 62 F 15a to
Arabia in 1978. it was
nsensus
Irop-Outs
'ose New
anger To
iviet Exitsl
Inued from Page 1-A
M recently that the high
on of Soviet Jewish
who chooea not to go to
kimlii andanajaf the entire
lum movement.
Brussels Presidium ex-
grave concern and asked
::::niltee to Lake *"ap-
\u measures among world
ti prevent the dropout
moo,
'AS AND others have in-
foi years that this can be
'lished only if Jewish or-
iona abroad, notably in
1 cease all assistance.
or otherwise, to the
la Hut there is a strong
>l opinion among Jewish
that world Jewry is
}ed to aid any Jew who
to leave a country of
regardless of where he
i to resettle.
|members of the new com-
in addition to Dulzin, are
Squadron, chairman of
inference of Presidents of
American Jewish Organi-
Theodore Mann, im
(>ast chairman of the
tOCe; Seymour Lachman,
an of the Greater New
Conference on Soviet
Charlotte Jacob son.
(an of the WZO Executive-
:an Section; Edgar Bronf-
preMdent of the World
|t'ongres8;
Spitzer, president of
B'rith International;
Kelman, chairman of the
Committee for Soviet
Andrew Balcombe. chair-
the British Committee for
Jewry; Izzy Liebler.
("n of the Australian
fttee, for Soviet Jewry;
Abraham Sottendorf,
an of the Dutch Commit
Soviet Jewry; S. Z. Abra-
i leading Israeli activist for
Jews and a vice president
World Jewish Congress;
lntrator. chairman of the
an Committee for Soviet
and Rafael Kotlowitz.
an of the WZO'a aliya de-
nt.
promised that the Saudis would
play a moderating role for peace
in the Middle Eaat. Instead.
Packwood said, the Saudis
opposed the Camp David agree-
ments and have boycotted Egypt
for signing a peace treaty with
Israel.
"Our interest is served by
peace in the Middle East, "Pack-
wood said. "Saudi Arabia is not
moving in the direction of what is
our interest."
Sen. Henry Jackson (D..
Wash! who. along with Sens.
Roger Jepsen (R.. Iowa) and
Rudy Boschwitz (R.. Minn)
joined Packwood at the press
conference, said giving the Sau-
dis AW ACS would not provide
for the regional security which
the U.S. wants. He said the U.S.
should not provide Saudi Arabia
with what "we do not provide our
NATO allies."
JACKSON explained that the
AW ACS used by NATO are
under command of Americans
even though they may have some
foreign staff aboard. He said this
also is true of four AW ACS the
U.S. moved into Saudi Arabia
last year because of the Iraqi-
Iranian war and which are under
complete command of Ameri-
cans, even though some Saudis
are aboard. He said he would
prefer this type of situation
continue rather than selling
AW ACS to the Saudis.
Jepsen and Boschwitz said
they feared selling AW ACS to
Saudi Arabia because it was an
unstable regime and there was
the possibility that this highly
sophisticated equipment could
fall into Soviet hands. "There are
very few issues in which I would
break with this Administration of
foreign policy," Jepsen said.
But he said the overthrow of
the Shah's regime in Iran had
.onvinced him that it was dan-
gerous to place such sophisti-
cated weapons in the hands of
unstable regimes that could be
jverthrown at any time.
PACKWOOD rejected the
irgument that if the U.S. did not
mD the Saudis the weapons, they
could buy them from Britain or
France. He said that while that
may be true, the Saudis know
:hat if they are in danger only the
J.S. would help them and "that
is a bargaining chip we give away
xm) early."
Lent was the only speaker who
dealt directly with the F-15s. He
said he informed Reagan that
"from its inception, I have
regarded the sale of F-15 aircraft
to Saudi Arabia as a cave-in to
Arab blackmail." He said
"giving those aircraft an awe-
some new offensive capacity
simply worsens the situation."
Long said that by providing
weapons to Saudi Arabia, Israel
would seek additional arms to
make up for what it considers a
new threat to its security. He
noted that Israel does not want
to concentrate on its defenses
rather than its troubled economy
but "it feels it has to."
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coalition agreement "recognizing
the situation created by the
Camp David agreements and re-
affirming the right of all states in
the region (the Middle East) in-
cluding Israel, to an independent
existence and their security."
At the same time, the agree-
ment reaffirmed "the right of the
Palestinian people to a home
land." Communist Party Secre
tary Georges Marchais declarec
after the agreement was signed.
"We are in favor of Israel's ex-
istence within safe and recog-
nized borders. We are also in
favor, however, of a homeland for
the Palestinians.'
Socialist sources stressed that
the four Communist ministers
will be in charge of semi-technical
ministries such as health, admin-
istrative reform and professional
training. Fitterman is however,
not only Minister of Transport
but also the third highest ranking
member of the government and
as one of the five "Ministers ol
State." a member of the Inner
Cabinet.
NONE OF the Communists is
expected to play any role in
shaping of France's foreign or de-
fense policy. The sources recalled
that Communists served in
France's post-war government
headed by Gen. Charles de Gaulle
and have also participated lr
Socialist coalitions in NATO-
member states sucR as Iceland
and Portugal.
Fitterman was born to an im-
migrant Polish Jewish couple
which settled in the northeir
mining city of Saint Ktienne. In-
itially trained as an electrician,
he joined the Communist Party
when he was 18 and soon became
a full time party worker. He was
elected to the Politburo in 1976.
after having headed the party's
ideological training center, and
has served as member of Parlia-
ment for the last eight years.
Although he is known to speak
fluent Yiddish, which his parents.
Moses and Lezla (born Rosen
bluml. still use. he has never
Few Jews Win Seats In
French National Assembly
PARIS (JTA|- The
second round of France's
parliamentary elections
which resulted in a sweep-
ing victory for President
Francois Mitterrand's
Socialist Party, brought
fewer than a half dozen
known Jews into the newly-
elected 491-member
National Assembly, and
only one of those identifies
himself as a Jew.
The new deputies, known to be
Jewish, are Claude Gerard
Marcus and Olivier Stirn. both
neo-Gaullists; Pierre Zarka. a
Communist: Jean Worms and
Claude Estier. both Socialists.
Only Marcus, a Paris Deputy,
openly identifies himself as Jew-
ish and plavs a role in Jewish
community affairs.
MOST OF the new deputies
are new to the political scene and
have not displayed interest in
international affairs generally or
the Middle East in particular.
Three outgoing Jewish de-
puties, all members of the Center
Right Party, are former Majority
Leader Lucien Neuwirth. Lionel
Stoleru and Jean Pierre- Hloch
All were close to local Jewish
affairs and Israel. Stoleru, a
former Labor Minister, served on
the board of the French Jewish
Consistory untill his appoint-
ment to the Cabinet.
Pierre-Bloch, whose father is
president of the French B'nai
B'rith and LICRA. was a sup-
porter of the Jewish Defense
Organization and other com-
munity self-protection agencies.
THE SOCIALIST Party won
an absolute majority of 275 seats.
Political observers here stress
that the new Administration can
now pass any legislation it wants
with no real oppositionand can
conduct a foreign policy of its
own choosing without the need to
consider the parliamentary
opposition. It is also less open to
outside pressures or influences.
France's next national elections
are scheduled to be held in 1986.
shown the slightest interest ii
Jewish or Israel affairs. He is de
scribed as a hard-liner who in
variably obeys Party discipline.
THE TWO other newly ap-
pointed Jewish ministers. Drey-
fus and Badinter, play important
roles within the Jewish com-
munity. Dreyfus is president of
the French branch of ORT and
Badinter a member of the FSJU
Board.
Born into a traditional Jewish
Alsation family. Dreyfus first
went into business with his
father. After obtaining a doctor
ate in law he joined the Ministry
of Finance where he remained
until his retirement five years
ago.
After MT\ ing in various senior
posts, he was appointed presi-
dent of the state-owned Renault
automobile company which he
directed for 20 years and turned
into one of the world's largest
and most prosperous corpora
tions After his retirement from
Renault he agreed to head the
French ORT
He is a dott personal friend of
President Francois Mitterrand
His appointment as Minister of
Industry seems to indicate that
the government intends to ac-
celerate its plans for the national-
ization of several large industrial
corporations.
BADINTER is a member of
the Board of France's Central
Jewish Welfare Fund (FSJU).
and has also been active on behalf
of Soviet Jewry. A prominent at
torney who has specialized in
criminal affairs he also runs a
large office for corporate law. He
has led a public campaign against
capital punishment and his ap-
pointment as Minister of Justice
indicates that the government in-
tends to outlaw the death
penalty.
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family of East European immi-
grants He teaches law at the
Sorbonne and is married to the
daughter of advertising tvooon
Marcel Blaustein-Blanchet' Both
he and his wife. Elizabeth, sup-
port Israel's "doveish" organize
tions such as Peace Now and New
Outlook
The other Jewish Minister.
Jack Lang, appointed in the first
Mauroy government as Minister
of Culture, also favors the "dove-
ish" line and is often highly criti-
cal of many Israeli policies" in the
occupied territories and in its re-
lations with the Arab states.
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Finding It Hard to Switch
gtinued from Page 4-A
las the pages of history
rate and for those who
ker'and think that, of
hey were, what can you
0f bleeding heart
the troth is that his
w,th giant labor were just
umental when ita union
j acted as greedily as the
Lions were prone to do.
uman led a P^P?*^
p, against the new
micsthat still resounda in
B putting the fat cats in
ace as they always must
^o such equivalent outcry
heard since Mr. Reagan's
lv about the goodness of
[less.
I say. the Reaganites and
.resident, himself, are
| it hard for me to switch;
making it easier and
l>r me to want to fight in-
If.MBER Ernest Lefever
President's nominee aa
, Rights secretary with
|rank? Lefever's theories.
nple. that Blacks are gen-
inferior intellectually
Capitol Hill StillDebates
Israel's Osirak Bombing
never suggested to Mr. Reagan
that his support of Lefever had
been a mistake to begin with. In
fact, he pursued it energetically
to the very embarrassing end.
And. since the Senate rejection of
the Lefever nomination, the
President has not made a single
effort to fill the post with a
second, somewhat more symme-
Holocaust Survivor Ponders
'estimony in Duesseldorf Trial
tmued from Page 4-A ,
fiting. these are about to
Isense. the pleadings have
lore shocking and deva-
fthan the gruesome evi-
1 which had been cited
|dunng the course of the
tie perversion of logic and
by both the defendants
kir defenders is so complete
|y person who has even the
It sense of acceptable hu-
fnduct must stand aghast
Jief
example, in his sum-
the attorney defending
lions of Hermann Hack-
onetime deputy com-
nt of Majdanek. tells the
|iot to forget that the de-
I- are also suffering since
ive lived with and for
of their days will con-
live with the memory
[misdeeds.
^iOTHER defense attorney
understanding for those
ok the lives of a quarter of
bn people. After all, he ex-
| matter of factly, the vic-
ften contributed to their
iffering and eventual death
linn irresponsibly, defying
pty and lacking discipline.
contends one of the de-
kttorneys, children were in-
brutally thrown into the
which took Ithem to the
ambers, but that was be-
their mothers clung to
ind refused to part with
If the mothers had co-
, the children would have
been led away in orderly fashion.
Still another defense lawyer
acknowledges that his client
whipped female inmates about
the legs until only shreds were
left of the stockings they wore as
protection against the bitter cold.
But, he reminds the court, the
women knew it was forbidden to
wear stockings-
Justification is given for the
brutality with which Hildegarde
Laechert, a camp guard, un-
leashed her German Shepherd to
fatally maul an inmate. It is sug-
gested preposterous as it may
sound that the victim brought
the punishment on herself by not
fending off an SS-man's amorous
advances, although she had re-
jected Laechert's lesbian
overtures.
IT IS not easy to read the re-
ports and transcripts of the Maj-
danek trial. Which of these peo-
ple knew my father? Which of
them killed him? And as I read,
an ultimate irony transcends the
past and brings us into the
present.
As this trial hobbles to ita in-
evitable conclusion, as accused
mass murderers are accorded all
the legal protection available
under democracy, and even as
they acknowledge and seek justi-
fication for the atrocities they
committed, there are spiritual
heirs of Adolf Hitler who con-
tinue to deny that the Holocaust
ever happened at all.
It would be amusing, were it
not so macabre.
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trical nomination to its stated
high purposes.
In line with this, the evidence
mounts daily that the President
simply intends leaving the post
vacant. It is not that Reagan is
miffed because he didn't have his
way; it is that he intended for
Lefever to perform his duties in
such a way as to help them
atrophy by starvation and lack of
exercise.
Does that sound absurd? Well,
it is exactly what the President
did with the appointment of
Frank Shepherd as chief legal
officer of the Environmental
Protection Agency, a job whose
purpose it is to organize and
direct national policy for the
EPA's enforcement activities.
BUT SHEPHERD is a mem-
ber of a Miami law firm whose
multitude of partners represent
such large corporations as Litton
Industries. Rockwell. Ford and
General Motors. Talk about put-
ting the fox in charge of the hen
house, the Shepherd appointment
is in the same category as the
President's outright axing of the
Office of Environment Quality
whose former director. Barry
Flamm. now charges that
Mr Reagan's Council on
Environmental Quality has been
reduced to absolute non
influence.
In the area of environmental
protection, the world of oil wells,
coal mines and lumber magnates,
among others, has a monumental
interest in seeing a relaxation of
national concern.
James Brady. Mr. Reagan s
press secretary, still recovering
from being shot in the head
during the Mar. 30 assassination
attempt on the President in
Washington, flying over vast
timberlands during the final
hours of Mr. Reagan's presiden-
tial campaign last year, looked
down and smirked: Killer
trees."
Brady, whoee humor was and.
some say. still is irrepressible,
was giving quiet voice to his
awareness of this Reaganite wil-
lingness to sacrifice the nation s
environmental treasure to private
corporate enterprise. (It also,
apparently, was a sly reference to
the now notorious "killer rabbit
incident in former President
Carter's unhappy life)
AND SO. the American
quality of life dies apace, but not
the quantity of it. Mr. Reagan s
pressuring for the nomination of
Dr. Everett Koop as U.S. Sur-
geon General is in the same
category as his Lefever nomina-
tion. If Lefever was intended to
weaken our human rights ad-
vocacy. Dr. Koop. it is expected
will return women to the world of
Kinder. Kuche. Kirche.
Dr. Koop is anti-abortion, and
his appointment would guarantee
that, while the rich fl
under President Reagan
policies, the poor will have
more children. As I say. I want to
switch. But more and more. 1 nna
1 have to fight instead.
By DAVID FRIEDMAN
WASHINGTON -
(JTA) Three members of
the House Foreign Affairs
Committee said that the
June 7 Israeli raid destroy-
ing the Iraqi nuclear re-
actor has served to focus
attention on the need for
nuclear non-proliferation
throughout the world.
This was also the consensus of
members of the Senate Foreign
Relations Committee before
whom the three Congressmen
testified. Sen. Rudy Boschwitz
(R,. Minn.), who conducted the
Senate Committee's third hear-
ing on the raid, said that once the
"pious hypocrisy" over the
Israeli raid was disposed of.
Israel's action can focus atten-
tion on non-proliferation.
Rep. Jonathan Bingham ID..
N.Y.) told the Senate committee
that the Administration
testimony before the House com-
mittee served to "obfuscate
rather than clarify the nature of
the Iraqi nuclear threat."
HE SAID for the past years,
officials of the Carter and Reagan
Administrations had told him
that "the diversified and sophis-
ticated nuclear equipment, train-
ing, and materials which Iraq has
acquired only make sense in
terms of a desire* to achieve nu-
clear weapons capabilities."
But. Bingham said, the Iraqi
nuclear progress was never taken
seriously by the U.S. He said
Israel "had every reason to be
alarmed" by the Iraqi program
but the U.S. failed "to appreciate
how seriously Israel viewed the
security threat and how Israel
might act to defend its perceived
self-interest."
Bingham called on the Reagan
Administration to "publicly
articulate a firm commitment to
direct substantial U.S. resources
to preventing the spread of nu-
clear weapons and of the capabil-
ity to manufacture nuclear
weapons."
Rep. Edward Markey (D.,
Mass! also called on the Presi-
dent to strengthen U.S. non-pro-
liferation efforts. "The major
threat in the worlcTtoday is not
the arms race between the United
States and the Soviet Union,"
Markey said. "It is the threat of
Is the U.S. signalling
the world to go ahead
and construct
nuclear bombs?
nuclear weapons under the guise
of commercial nuclear power
technology to unstable nations
and eventually to terrorist
groups."
REP. TOM Lantos (D.. Calif.)
also spoke of the danger of
nuclear terrorism. "A nuclear
bomb in the hands of Muammar
Qaddafi (of Libya) or the Aya-
tolah Khomeni (of Iran) is more
likely to be used than the same
weapons in the hands of the
major powers," Lantos said-
Lantos warned that the United
States must not "delude" itself
that only Israel is endangered by
nuclear terrorism. "A decade ago
many thought that only Israeb
civilians would be the victims of
conventional terrorism," he said.
""Today the murder of innocent
men. women and children goes on
throughout the world. The
terrorist networks which spread
the arms and tactics first used
igainst the Israelis will not
brink from sharing whatever
other weapons they are able to
acquire."
MARKEY CHARGED that
the Reagan Administration is
signalling to the world to go
ahead and construct nuclear
bombs by its recent renewal of
military aid to Pakistan, "which,
if anything, has been more overt
than Iraq in its organized efforts
to obtain a nuclear bomb."
Sen. Joseph Biden (D.. Del.)
noted the testimony of Undersec-
retary of State James Buckley
that "one has to make a distinc-
tion between the nuclear option
and nuclear weapons."
Buckley, who negotiated the
renewed $3 billion economic and
military aid agreement with Pak-
istan said that he was "assured
by the Ministers and by the
President (of Pakistan) himself
that it was not the intention of
the Pakistan government to
develop nuclear weapons. "Biden
said that these comments leave
him with the belief that the Ad-
ministration is "not taking non-
proliferation seriously."
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Scientists Cast Doubt on 'Sudden'Israeli Energy Breakthrough
Coatismed from Paeje 1 A
involves the production of energy by chemical
reactions, a process long known in theory but
never put to practical use at an economic cost.
Meridor claimed that on Friday morning he
saw a "chemical furnace" raise the tem-
perature of water from 36 degrees Centigrade
to 176 degrees in four minutes, sufficient, he
said, to power a steam generator to produce
electricity without the use of fossil fuels.
THE MINISTRY of Energy reserved
public comment but expressed reservations
privately. Nevertheless, it promised to esta-
blish a committee of scientists to investiage
Meridor's claims. Israeli scientists indicated
serious doubts that an unknown group in Is-
rael working with relatively limited resources
could have achieved a breakthrough that has
eluded some of the world's most eminent
scientists working on the energy problem
with far better facilities and almost
funds.
Meridor refused to identify the
involved except to say one was an !
Jew who was also a musician. He clain
new process would revolutionize world
production and "free mankind from ta
kiss the Arabs sandals."
Struggle Over Radio Station Weakens Jewish Forwar
By BEN GALLOB
NEW YORK (JTA) An
unsuccessful 18-month long
Orthodox-sponsored legal battle
to prevent the sale by the For-
ward Association of the AM band
of its WEVD radio station caused
"severe financial distress" to
WEVD and "terrible financial
damage" to the Jewish Daily
Forward, the Forward Asso-
ciation (FAI has asserted.
The association, which pub-
Cleveland Judge Rules
Citizenship be Revoked
CLEVELAND (JTA) -
Federal Judge Frank Battisti
ruled that the citizenship of John
Demjanjuk be "revoked, vacated
and canceled" because the 60
year-old Ukrainian born auto-
mobile worker lied about his Nazi
activities in World War II when
he applied for naturalization in
1958. The judgment, handed
down in writing, cleared the way
for U.S. authorities to initiate
deportation proceedings against
Demjanjuk.
Battisti s decision was the final
act in a legal drama that began ir
August, 1977 when the U.S
Immigration and Naturalizatior
Service (INS) brought charges
against Demjanjuk. an employee
of the Ford Motor Co. and a resi-
dent of the Cleveland area since
1962. His trial opened in Federal
Court here last Feb. 10.
A parade of witnesses, many of
them concentration camp sur-
vivors living in Germany. Israel
and Uruguay, identified the
defendant as a guard at the
Treblinka and Sobibor camps in
Poland in 1942-1943 who was
known to the inmates as "Ivan
the Terrible" because of his gra-
tuitous cruelty and attrocities.
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He was charged with torturing
thousands of Jewish and other
prisoners herding them into the
gas chambers.
Demjanjuk maintained that he
was a German prisoner-of-war at
the time. His trial last winter was
the occasion of a near con-
frontation between Holocaust
survivors and the local Ukrainian
community which supported
Demjanjuk. The latter contended
he was innocent and the victim of
Soviet-inspired persecution.
lishes the Forward, the only Yid
dish-language daily in the United
States, made those charges as
part of a letter and statement to
the Jewish Telegraphic Agency
which had reported that a
Coalition to Save WEVD. com-
prised of a number of major
Orthodox organizations, had
abandoned its legal effort to
nullify the sale.
THE FA said, in the state-
ment, that it had filed its 1979
application with the Federal
Communications Commission
(FCCI to sell the AM band be-
cause "the Forward had been
operating the AM station with
significant losses in the three
years preceding the sale." The
buyer of the AM band is the
Salem Media Corp.. which U
dedicated to Christian evange-
lical programming, according to
the National Jewish Commission
on Law and Public Affairs
(COLPAI. The corporation
operates radio stations in other
cities.
The FA was initially unable to
complete the transaction because
the Orthodox coalition filed suit
on Aug. 29. 1979 with the FCC.
asking that the sale be nullified.
COLPA. acting for the coalition.
filed the suit and. when the FCC
rejected the coalition's request.
filed an appeal with the federal
Court of Appeals in Washington.
The coalition announced last
May 20 that a recent Supreme
Court decision had made the ap-
peal untenable and that the
coalition was therefore aban-
doning its fight to prevent the
sale of the AM band
The Forward Association re-
jected the coalition claim that the
transfer of the AM band would
severly impair Jewish listener
benefits and asserted that "the
community has lost none of its
Jewish-oriented programming as
a result of this transfer" of the
AM band.
THE FA statement added that
the only thing accomplished by
the Coalition to Save WEVD'
was the infliction of severe
financial distress on the station
as a result of our being forced"
during the litigation to,
a business that was Iota
and. worse, the terribb |
damage done to the for.
Declaring that the
and WEVD have ajJ
Jewish community for 841
years, respectively
statement added that .
forward to continuing to 1
this service, the damaj
the litigation not wit hit
The statement further 1
that, since Last Mar .,
Salem Corp rwgan openc
AM band, not only wu1
FM "carrying every
previously heard on
"but also that not ore,
advertiser, including fc\_
tut ions which were part
coalition, has either drop
reduced its advertising!
The FA also declared L
coalition* argument that
are areas of Jew ish concern
served by the AM sigmli
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rthodox Applaud
High Court Rule on Women's Draft
YORK (JTA) -
ision by the Supreme
upholding the con-
tonality of a male-only
jration and draft was
. by member agencies
Orthodox Jewish Co-
i on the Draft.
high court's six-to-three
overturned a lower court
i hat former President
[.- registration of men only
nconslitutional The Su-
Jourt had stayed the lower
j.xision permitting regis-
to continue prior to its
brief to the Supreme
written on behalf of the
Orthodox coalition, was prepared
by Dennis Rapps, executive
director of the National Jewish
Commission on Law and Public
Affairs (COLPA,, with the
assistance of A. David Stern, a
COLPA attorney.
THE organizations making up
the coalition were Agudath Israel
of America; the Central Rabbini-
cal Congress of the United States
and Canada. Mosdos Bobov, the
National Council of Young Israel.
Torah Umesorah, the National
Society for Hebrew Day Schools,
the Rabbinical Council of
America, Poalei Agudath,
Religious Zionists of America,
United Lubavitcher Organiza-
tion, United Satmar Community.
Union of Orthodox Jewish Con-
gregations of America. Rabbini-
Tass Says Zionists
orking to Undermine
Socialism in Poland
V YORK (JTA) -
feort by Tass. the
\[ news agency.
U thai Zionist orga-
inis are actively
in "a massive
li^'ii to undermine
foundations in
was cited by
bite Jacobean, chair-
bl the World Zionist
[nizat ion American
Hi. as the "opening
lot" in a new Soviet
lign against Zionism.
.mil the Jewish
>'>-' i: noted iliat the Tan
UUoUii ihe Literaturnaya
i Ik- official publication of
hi Wrttara Union, which
in articta on April 21
Inti Polish Activities by
According to Jacob-
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Learn the Great Secret how the
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serve the Kremlin "during the
crisis in Poland as a ready source
of anti-Semitic quotation by the
Tass Soviet news agency."
SHE SAID that the YVZO
tolallv rejects these liU-lous.
but no less menacing allegations.
We brand them as a Nazi-like
iitu-mpl to spread anti Jewish
Ins, in this instance designed to
perk anti-Semitic fires directed
at the tiny and inconsequential
.) wish remnant m Poland and at
Jawi uvmg in Kastern Kurope.
mi Killing iIh- Soviet Union."
JeoobeOB said she categorically
denies that the Zionist move-
ment embracing everyone of
a s affiliated organizations has
ever been, or is at present,
engaged in the political internal
struggles in Poland or of any
other nation This must be
branded as a sordid attempt to
resurrect the discredited lies of
Uh 'Protocols ol Zion' once
more."
Jacobson added that she be-
lieved this "is the beginning of
another chapter in the Soviets'
relentless campaign to equate
Zionism with racism ... 1 de-
nounce it as the lethal libel it is
a weapon aimed at the State of
Israel as the heart of the Jewish
people and at the same time tar-
geted to undermine Jewish
existence everywhere."
cal Alliance of America, and
Union of Orthodox Rabbis of the
United States and Canada.
A spokesman for the Union of
Orthodox Rabbis told the Jewish
Telegraphic Agency that the
Union had sent members and
letters to the Justice Department
on the case, in the name of the or-
ganization's president. Rabbi
Moshe Feinstein.
The Agudath Israel said in a
statement that the ruling was a
"major victory for the American
family and for the rights of the
Orthodox Jew in particular."
THE STATEMENT said that
Orthodox Jews had greeted the
Supreme Court ruling with a
"sign of relief" because it meant
Jewish women "will not be faced
with the irreconcilable and un-
precedented conflict between the
requirements of their faith and
the law of the land."
The statement added that "the
highest rabbinic authorities of
Orthodox Judaism have ruled
that Jewish law prohibits Jewish
women from responding to any
form of conscription."
The Orthodox agency reported
it had conducted talks for more
than a year with Selective Service
System officials in the event
women would have been required
to register. The agency said the
draft officials agreed that Oroth-
dox women could not submit to
military discipline and "had even
gone to the extent of assuring the
Orthodox community that
Orthodox Jewish women would
have been able to perform alter-
native service which would meet
your standards of family or reli-
gious supervision, as well as our
standards of public service
Dayan Says Israel Will
Have A-Bombs As Fast
As They're Needed
By DAVID LANDAU
JERUSALEM (JTA)
Moshe Dayan has be-
come the highest ranking
political figure in Israel to
assert that Israel does not
have atomic bombs. Specu-
lation that Israel does have
some atomic weapons have
been circulating for years.
But the former Foreign Min-
ister and Defense Minister said
Israel does have the capabUity to
assemble such weapons quickly
and that Israel would do so if its
enemies introduced atomic
weapons into the region. Israeli
officials have repeatedly and con-
sistently declared that Israel
would not be the first country to
introduce nuclear weapons into
the Middle East.
DAYAN MADE his comments
in an interview with Italian State
Television, excerpts of which
were released before the telecast-
ing of the interview and were re-
ported by the news agencies from
Rome.
Dayan was quoted as saying:
"We are able to produce nuclear
weapons, and if we see an Arab
country introduce nuclear
weapons into the Middle East, we
will not arrive too late with our
own."
Dayan also said Israel had
never thought of resorting to nu-
clear weapons in past wars with
the Arabs, thus implicitly re-
jecting a rumor that he and then
Premier Golda Meir had con-
sidered that option during the
early days of the Yom Kippur
war, when Israel was suddenly
attacked on two fronts in a joint
assault by Egypt and Syria.
DAYAN ADDED that
matters involved "change com-
pletely when one speaks of
leaders like (Muammar) Qaddafi,
(Libya's leader) or the leader of
Iraq" (Saddam Hussein) "whose
behavior no one can foresee
should they acquire nuclear
arms."
Observers have said that
reports on the Dayan interview
had little public impact here.
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Ryan Given Life
In Duesseldorf Court
Reminiscences of Survivor. Page 4-A
DUESSELDORF Former SS guard Hermine
was sentenced Tuesday to life imprisonment for her
in the deaths of more than 1,000 prisoners who died
P ms chambers. Seven other SS members received
nres from three to 12 years for their role m the killing
000 Jews and Poles at the Majdanek concentration
IRvan then Hermine Braunsteiner, was accused of
E undernourished children to their deaths by offering
V sugar She was also known to many as the
Ling Mare." a name she earned by kicking and
E ling children and inmates to death with her riding
r .
IrYAN SERVED as a guard at Majdanek for 14
ths and was sentenced after the war, by her native
Ina to a three-year prison term for the maltreatment
Lonen at the Ravensbrueck camp in Germany.
IShe married a New York electrical worker in Canada
B->* and became an American citizen in 1963. Ryan
[extradited to Germany in 1973 for her Nazi crimes
Liripped of her citizenship.
K./i hunter Simon Wiesenthal who heads the
imentation Center in Vienna M responsible for
ting Ryan down.
testy. -Ill-Conceived
Reagan Social Security
Changes Under Fire
By AJCongress Study
EW YORK Calling
Reagan Administra-
i proposed changes in
Social Security system
tty and ill conceived,'-
American Jewish Con-
is has recommended a
? part plan as an
finable and feasible"
It ion to the system's
kt term cash flow
blem.
id a letter to Representative
Vkle. the Texas Democrat
i- chairman of the House
and Means Subcommittee
; Security. Dr. Seymour
Mann, chairman of the
Congress Commission on
Ian Affairs, and Jack Elkin.
hainnan of the Congress'
liming Council, proposed su-
Jing one halt of the cost ot
licara with appropriations
general revenue funds and
'i* inn from the current sur-
in the Disability Fund to
mish the Old Age Survivors
lurance (OASI) Fund.
[THESE MEASURES would
lure the integrity of the system
provide the time necessary
proper and comprehensive
jislative consideration of
Itions for the system's long-
problems," Dr. Mann and
(in said.
he Administration's current
^pcsals. they slated, would
lv affect those most in
1.
[Moat retirements occur before
and the decision to retire
usually made because of
ulity to find work," they
nu-d out. "The removal of the
r than-medical criteria for
filled will affect most those
are disabled from what had
heir regular work but who
^k the education and experience
perform other, less taxing
Irk."
"Furthermore." they added,
"with the elimination of the
retirement test the one Ad-
ministration proposal which
would result in increased benefits
it is the well-off profession-
als businessmen and executives
who are able to maintain sub-
stantial earnings after 65 who
would be favored."
DESPITE their organiza-
tion's "vigorous objections" to
these proposals, however, the
AJCongress leaders said they
believe that "imbedded" in the
Administration's proposals are
"options that should be the
subject of further study and do
seem worthy if related to
equitable phasing-in criteria."
Among those ideas which they
said merit additional study are:
Extending coverage to public
employees in all jurisdictions.
Eliminating windfall benefits.
Taxing 50 percent of benefits.
Allowing federal tax deduc-
tions for social security taxes.
Mitigating the regressive
character of the social security
tax.
Supplementing employer and
employee contributions to social
security with appropriations
from general revenue.
"THERE surely are other ad
justments and changes that
could be developed that would
speak to the system's problems
but that would not destroy the
principal social goals that from
the adoption of the first Social
Security legislation in 1935 have
been an integral part of the
nation's social welfare objec-
tives." they said.
These goals must be pre-
served." they declared, "and. as
reflected in the Social Security
System, be articulated with other
national legislation that will sup-
port and sustain the achievement
of these noble objectives."
Miami Jewish Federation
Campaigners Recognition Day
Pictured at Campaigners
Recognition Day, a
Greater Miami Jewish
Federation event recently
held at the Carillon Hotel
were (left to right):
Harvey Friedman;
Carolynn Friedman; and
Jeffrey Lefcourt, chair-
man. Pacesetter Division.
Point East residents pictured are (left to right, seated: OmtBa^g;Bnmt SflW..
Rebecca Leon; A W. Koratsky; Louis Katzman. Standing: Abe Robbins. Arthur V. MUler,
and Max Shoen.
fewislh Florfclian
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Community Corner
The Elder* Institute's Film aeries titled "The United
States: A Melting Pot," will meet on Wednesdays, 1:30-3 p.m.
at Florida International University. Bay Vista Campus, in
Academic I, Auditorium 194. The aeries begins Jury 16.
Dr. Joseph Harris, Miami Beach internist, was installed as
Secretary of the Dede County Medical Association. Mount Sinai
Medical Center hosted the meeting in which three other physi-
cians on the hospitals' staff. Dr. flan sue Kaplan, internist. Dr.
Carlos DoeahiqaeB. internist, and Dr. Everett Shocket, Surgeon.
were installed as Members-at-Large. Other DCMA officers for
the coming year are Dr. Cfcsrtaa A. Daaa, President-elect; Dr.
Julian Graff. Vice-President; and Dr. Herbert Kiser. Treasurer.
Mrs. Lois Detain will be honored on July 19 at an Installa-
tion Brunch at the Konover Hotel by the Taxpayers, Home-
owners. Tenants Protective Association. The infilling officer
will be Judge Joseph Farina. Mm Dobrin has served as
Secretary for the organization.
*
Steven Mark Lanster, eon of Dr. and Mrs. Solomon Lanater
graduated from the University of Florida College of Dentistry.
Steven was presented with a merit award for Fixed Prostho
dontica. He graduated in 1977 from Tulane University with a !
BA degree in Art and was president of the Beta Beta chapter of
Alpha Omega Dental Fraternity. Dr. Lanster will enter private
practice with his father.
Mra. Maryea Freifalder has filed for Miami Beach City I
Commissioner Her Treasurer is Gertrade Goldman and her
Campaign Manager is Rath Gudis
Mrs. Freifelder is President of Parkview Island Home-1
owners Association, and President of Taxpayers, Homeowners.
Tanante Protective Association.. |
. Dr. Stanley Sutnkk. was installed as the 99th President of
the Florida Dental Aasociation Dr. Sutnick was also elected
First Vice President of the South Florida Inter Professional
Council which represents 15,000 members of 12 professions.
Nancy E. Swerdlow was graduated in June from the Uni-
versity of Florida Law School. She was senior executive editor of
the Law Review and was invited to the Order of the Coif, a na-
tional legal honor society. Her professional plans are to join the
Miami law firm of Steel. Hector and Davit. Dr. and Mrs.
Swerdlow attended the graduation en route home from Dr.
Swerdlow s New York University Dental School's thirtieth
reunion at Groasingers, New York.
State Sen. Jack D. Gordon of Miami Beach has been named
"Democrat of the Year (198041)" by the Young Democratic
Ckibe of Florida. A plaque was awarded the Dade leader as the
highlight of the dinner which followed the annual convention of
the Democratic Clubs
Florida Governor Bob Graham has appointed Fred D. Hirt.
Executive Director of the Miami Jewish Home and Hospital for
the Aged, to be an observer to the 1981 White House Conference
on Aging to be held in Washington. D.C.. November 30 to
Decembers.
The conference will be attended by representatives from
throughout the country and will determine the direction and
essence of programs for the aged for the next decade.
Barbara Gfllman Gallery presents NEW TALENT 1981 -
a group exhibition of mixed media works by regional artists that
will run July 6 August 26 and will include an "Open House" to
meet the artists every Thursday from 4 30 to 7 p.m
One thousand Notables, representing Science, Academia,
Industry and Government will meet in New York October 18 to
mark breakthroughs and advances by Weknmann Institute of
Science in inaugurating a New Era in Scientific Advance Via
Computers, Lasers. Atomic Accelerators and Genetic Enirineer
ing ""
Mr. Jay Weiss will be ri|iieawiiliiig Miami.
On Sunday, Jury 19. Jewish Outlook will make its debut
over Radio 1080, WVCG. Coral Gables, and on Fort Lauder-
dale's WFTL. 1400 on the AM dial. Both stations will air the
program every Sunday evening at 11 p.m.
Jewish Outlook is hosted by Abe Rosenberg and is a 30
nunute magazine-type show that uses interviews and
discussions with experts in Jewish fields of endeavor.
Jeck M. Firestone has been named general manager of The
Flonda Philharmonic, where he starts officially&pSmber 1
Presume is a past president of the Regional Orchestra
Managers Aasociation on the Board of Directors of the Ameri
can Symphony Orchestra League. The 36-year-old graduate of
George Washington University, Washington. DC. who at
tended the Institute in Arts Administration at Harvard
married to nationally-recognized potter Marsha Silverman
is
Bomb Threat Halts Program
RIO DE JANEIRO (JTA,
A bomb threat to a radio sta-
tion forced the suspension of "A
Vox Israelita," the only daily
Jewish radio program in Rio de
Janeiro which has been carried by
Radio Cope cabana for the past 17
y*
The warning, by an anonu-
mous telephone call to the station
manager, threatened that a bomb
would be exploded at the station
if the Jewish program "or any
other program promoting Jews"
was continued.
THE CALLER warned that
"No Jewish programs should be
transmitted over Brazil's radio
stations." "A Voz Israelita" was
established 26 years ago. Its
founder and director is David
Markus, editor of Rio s only Yid-
dish newspaper Yiddish* Prtsse,
and Jewish Telegraphic Agency
correspondent in Brazil.
Some circles here believe the
threat was associated with
terrorist activities by an extreme
rightwing group aimed at
creating an atmosphere of unrest
in the country to obstruct the
process of democratization
initiated by President Joao Bapt-
ista Figeiredo.
But others do not exclude the
possibility that the bomb threat
came from the Palestine Libera-
tion Organization which has been
the target of attacks on "A Voz
Israelita."
Scout Jamboree
Goes Kosher
IRVING.TEX. Kosher food
will be available at the 1981
National Scout Jamboree
An army field kitchen will be
kashered at Fort A.P. Hill. Va..
by Mashgiach Rabbi Louis Tuch-
man of Peoria. IU. The jamboree
will run July 29 to Aug. 4.
Thirty thousand Boy Scouts
and leaders from all 50 states will
be attending the jamboree Rabbi
William Kraus, national director
of Jewish relationships for the
Boy Scouts of America, said
there also will be a contingent of
Israeli Scouts.
Scouts will have the opportu-
nity to cook the food themselves
or have cooked meals delivered at
mealtime
Subscription
Rates Increase
Jewish Floridian sub
scnption rates were raised
May 1. to offset increase cost
of postage and newsprint.
One year subscriptions are
now $18.00. and two year
subscriptions $34.00. These
rates are for local area only
According to Dr. Marx
Goldher, a member of the human
rights committee of B'nai B'rith
in Belo Horizonte, capital of the
state of Minns Geraie. there is no
doubt that PLO agents are be-
hind the threats to the radio sta-
tion as they are behind all other
terrorist acts in Brazil.
THE BOMB warning was the
latest in a series of telephone
threats made to Jewish clubs,
schools and synagogues all over
Brazil. Dr. Isaac Nuzman. presi-
dent of the Jewish Federation,
the representative body of Rio's
Jewish community, insisted that
no threats would succeed in halt-
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taking measures to reestablish
the "A Voz Israelita" broadcasts
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the press by Prof. Jose Meiches,
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American Friends Of Haifa University
Elect Abramson President
nund Abrameon, Greater
community developer, haa
elected president of the
,da Chapter of the American
nds of Haifa University.
Lnouncement of Abramaou'a
,punce u made jointly by
ibassedor Gershon Avner,
B1dent of Haifa Unweraitjr.
i Surround Strochhtt of New
(don. Conn., national preai-
[Tof the Ainerican Friends of
if a University.
fmbassador Avner. former Ie-
Ji envoy to Canada and former
City foreign minister, met in
ai with Abramson to discuss
s for expansion of the Florida
inter of the American Friends
[Haifa University. Offkee of
Three Miami
sidents Receive
Degrees
\From Yeshiva
Three residents of Miami
eived degrees from Yeshiva
uversity during the 50th an-
l Commencement exercises at
University's Main center in
w York City June 3. Over
_ degrees were awarded by
diversity President Dr. Norman
am to graduates of Yeshiva's
i undergraduate and seven
iduate and professional
ols during the commence-
knt season.
Hie Miami graduates are:
irren Kasztl. Master of
Iience. Ferkauf Graduate
hool.
JHoward Gerald Messinger.
Dctorate in Education. Ferkauf
aduate School.
|Ora Ruth Gittelson. Master of
cial Work. Wurxweiler School
I Social Work.
Edmund Abramson
the organization have been
established in Miami Beach with
Gerald Schwartz serving as
regional director.
Abramson. automobile dealer
and philanthropist, is chairman
of the 1961 Prime Minister's
Mission to Israel of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation; a
Founder of the University of
Miami, a member of the execu-
tive steering committee of the
combined Jewish Appeal-Israel
Emergency Fund campaign of
Federation and active in the
Mount Sinai Medical Center. He
also is a Founder of the Israel
Tennis Centers.
He is president of Brisbane ,
Financial Corporation, headquar-
tered in Miami. Abramson also is
president of Freedom Chevrolet.
He formerly owned the Canyon
Hotel Golf and Racquet Resort in
Palm Springs, Calif.
Abramson has been named a
delegate to the tenth annual
Jewish Agency Assembly to be
held in Jerusalem this summer,
and will meet with President
Avner at Haifa University to
learn first-hand of the progress,
projects and problems of the uni-
versity which has more than
6,000 students.
Afrs. Rose Zorin presented the American Red Magen David
with an ambulant* in memory of her la* husband Samuel
Zarin. Standing with Mrs. Zarin is community leader Mrs. Ann
Acherman.
Jindi Diamond
Hindi Diamond
Named To
Head Magazine
Hindi Diamond has been
imed Editor and Publisher of
Jndustria Turistica Magazine.
hich she founded 24 years ago
Panama.
Ms. Diamond was editor, and
bow also becomes publisher of
the Spanish-language travel
ade monthly
In addition to her publishing
ctivitjea. Ma Diamond is > di
% rtor on the board of the Coral
ables Chamber of Commerce.
ad is chairman of their Public
itions Committee as well. She
ras recently elected vice-
president of Women in Commu-
tations, and is bated in Who's
Vho in American Women; and in
VoHd's Who's Who of Women.
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U.S. Congressman William Lehman was the special guest
speaker at the Greater Miami Jewish Federation Women's
Division Washington Institute, the division's new educational
and political forum. Sue Helfman, chairman of the Washington
Institute, is shown with Congressman Lehman.
JWVAuxiliary Officers Assume Duties
Elections and installation of
officers for 1981-82 of the Depart-
ment of Florida Ladies Auxiliary
of the Jewish War Veterans was
held early this month. Officers
elected were Ceil Steinberg, de-
partment president: Carol Gold
senior vice president; Belle S
Horowitz, junior vice president:
Ida Kadin. chaplain; Edith
Novins. patriotic instructor: Lil-
lian Weintraub. conductress;
Eleanor Pales, treasurer; Debra
Steinberg. historian: Helen
Weinberg. guard; Rita Saslaw.
recording secretary; Pearl Tyler,
corresponding secretary.
They were installed by past de-
partment president, Mae Schrei
ber, and installing conductress
past department president.
Evelyn Ferdie.
Ceil was pinned by her hus-
band. Irvin Steinberg, presently
National Commander of the
Bet Breira Elects
Second Woman
Naomi Ulster has been elected
President of Congregation Bet
Breira of South Dade. She is the
second woman to serve in this
post. Other officers included 1st
Financial Vice President Ben
Feinswog. Vice Presidents Judie
Brown Marilyn Herskowitz and
Alan Tavss, Corrsponding- Re-
cording Secretary, Tom Weiden-
feld and treasurer, Michael
Wechter, Cantor Stuart Pittle
will also be Joining the Temple's
staff.
JWV Scholarship
The West Miami Auxiliary
223. Jewish War Veterans, held
its regular meeting at the home of
Pearl Fegarsky Thetina Potlock
presented the Benjamin Phia
Memorial Music Scholarship to
Steven Mitchell, of Southwest
High School.
The scholarship was donated
and will be perpetuated by Mr.
and Mrs. Marvin Pius, in
ory of their son.
Jewish War Veterans of the
United States of America, and
her daughter. Anita, and son-in-
law. Larry Kahn. and daughter.
Debra Steinberg, replaced their
mother's auxiliary cap with new
department president's cap.
Past National president. Billie
Kern, presented the new presi-
dent with a gavel. She was pre-
sented with a large bouquet of
long stemmed red roses by Post
Commander of 682 and a gift
from Auxiliary 682 "s president
Mary Wexler, from all her
auxiliary sisters.
Mrs. Steinberg is a 1964
:harter member of the Abe
Horrowitz Ladies Auxiliary 682
>f North Miami Beach. In addi-
Jon to serving as president for
the organization, she headed
their Aid to Israel program for 13
years. She has resided in North
Miami Beach since 1953, is active
in Civic affairs and is a member
of Beth Torah Congregation.
Appointed to the adinistration
by Mrs. Steinberg are: Leah
Eisenman, Chairman of the Bud-
get Committee; Evelyn Ferdie,
Chairman of the Finance Com-
mittee, and Ceil Zucker, Chair-
man of the Advisory Committee.
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Israel Bond
The Variable Rate Israel Bond
(VRI> has been gaining widt
acceptance by employee benefit
funds according to Gary R.
Gerson, general campaign chair
man of the South Florida Israel
Bond Organization
"From its launching at the end
of 1980. sales have already sur
passed SI5 million nationally
and the rate of increase is expect
ed to continue.'' said Gerson
The VRI Bond, which is avail-
able to employee benefit pro-
grams only, pays a minimum
interest of 7't percent plus thf
excess, if any. of the average
prime rate over 7' i percent as de
termined on April 1 and October
1 of each year. The current rate is
12 4 percent, pavable on October
1. 1981.
The initial subscription for a
Variable Rate Bond is $25,000 or
more. Purchases of less than
$25,000 may be made, but only
within twelve months after the
initial purchase of $25,000 or
more.
A large number of employee
benefit plans and pension funds
in South Florida have already in-
vested in the new issue. In addi-
tion to these groups, numerous
individuals with Keogh. IRA and
Professional Corporation Plans
are purchasing VRI Bonds.
Information on the Bonds is
available at the Israel Bond office
on Miami Beach.
Local Hadassah
Figure To
Attend Conference
Linda Minkes. President of the
Miami Region of Hadassah an-
nounced that Irma Rashkind as
Education Co-ordinator. will re-
present Miami at the week-long
Institute for Jewish Studies at
Brandeis University in Waltham.
Mass. on July 17-23.
The Institute is called "Jewish
Civilization: Portraits and Per-
spectives." Individual sessions
will focus on the American Jew-
ish experience, modern anti-
Semitism, the State of Israel and
Jewish values in a changing
world. Workshops will supple-
ment the Institute sessions for in-
depth discussions and study.
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and Nazi Victims, which repre-
sents a number of Holocaust
survivors organization, has an-
nounced that it will undertake an
intensive national campaign for
the sale of Israel Bonds begin
rung this month and culminating
at a national "New Life" Israel
Bond dinner to be held in New
York in November
The announcement was made
by Gary R Gerson. South
Florida General Campaign Chair-
man of the Israel Bond Organi-
zation.
The campaign will include a
South Florida dinner in tribute to
individuals who have survived
the Holocaust and who have at
Following the local dbaJ
honorees will also Tix^
n>gn.t.on at the nation.^
Ufe dinner in New York
Rabbi Bernat
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Survival
By RABBI
10RT0N HOFFMAN
Temple Beth Am
kse of us who are concerned
b'he survival of the Jewish
, m the modern world need
hderstand clearly what w
[ threatening to us The
Lv to identify our enemies
L understand the serious-
bf their threat to the Jewish
L will result in the waste of
Lrgv and treasure. We are
I well off that we can afford
greatest threats we face
as a people world wide are
i going implacable hostility
. Arab states to Israel (with
fccent exception of Egypt!;
nuing Soviet persecution ol
an Jewry: and assimilation
the Jews of the free
of the world, especially
fcited States.
jgl three force- it should be
|, may soon be joined by a
namely anarchy-seeking
ents of both the extreme
land the extreme left, which
recently become more
baiva than ever in perform-
ed of terrorism calculated to
nine the stability of demo-
! societies, and which do not
from Nazi-style anti-
tism in their propaganda
The world, in short, hav-
uly expressed its revulsion
It he Nazi crimes of World
\\ which ended only some 36
[ago. has gone beck to its
habits and is still not
ally safe for the Jews.
IE NEED not be paranoid to
jii/e that all Arabs except
Egyptians and the Lebanese
Mians hold most dear to
[a deep longing for the de-
kion of the Stale of Israel.
the\ talk about "merely"
back to the pre-1967
r* of Israel they are trying
^ind sweetly reasonable, but
[art' talking about the first
In making the State inviable.
are talking about putting
million of our people under
gun. Three million
- physically on the line.
Iiv what is at slake.
j is dangerous nonsense to
Li so many people do. that
tit is needed to resolve the
em of the PLO. and there
t peace in the Middle East.
vital that we the Jewish
e. know the truth and pro-
]'i. peace evades the Middle
i not because Israel is intran-
kt or because Israel hates
b- Peace evades the Middle
because the Arab "con-
ition states" are and have
Accused
of Firing
jwish Employee
ON DON (JTA) One of
am s leading companies was
I to have fired a Jewish senior
bloyee because of the Arab
cott. An industrial tribunal
M court) was told that
the second largest
erty management concern in
1'iuted Kingdom, dismissed
Tiony Simmons, its assistant
ry. last September during
Is with the Kuwaiti Interns
lal Investment Co. about a
I million loan.
unions. 44. claims the
^ner of his dismissal was
iir whether or not it was
ivated by racial discrimina-
te company strongly
I the discrimination charge,
t&id it retained strong links
Jewish business circles in
>n and that Simmons had
redundant because there
no longer enough work to
lify his continued em-
aent. The case is expected to
four days, but an immediate
by the three man court is
| expected.
always been intransigent and
hostile to Israel. No solution is in
sight until there is a fundamental
change of attitude and policy a-
monglhe Arabs
The Soviet Union hears a dou-
bly heavy responsibility toward
the Jewish people It has been a
major force for keeping the pot
boiling in the Middle East,
supplying and training so-called
revolutionary Arab regimes as
well as terrorists Its record of re-
pression against its own Jews,
another three million of our peo-
ple, bespeaks a cruelty which
may be more subtle but less sin-
cere than the anti-Jewishness of
the Czars.
FINALLY, in the major popu-
lation center of the world where
Jews are fully free to be them-
selves, namely the United States.
far too many of us have chosen to
use our freedom in order to
assimilate to the secular,
materialist society and to neglect
education and commitment to
Judaism and the Jewish com-
munity. The syndrome is too
well-known to require elucid-
ation.
When a person does not know
he is ill, or is ill and cannot diag-
nose his sickness, there is little
hope for recovery The same is
true of a community of people
American Jewry is suffering
from ailments ranging from zero
population growth to ignorance
to fear of being different to con-
tempt for self. These illnesses are
very difficult to treat, let alone
cure. We are however, a resource-
ful people.
Just as we shall need all of our
political and organizational skills
to work for the survival of Soviet
Jewry, so too shall we need all of
our intellectual and spiritual re-
sources for the difficult task of re-
educating American Jews,
especially adults, to live with a
healthy and loving sense of Jew-
ish purpose.
Streisand
Establishes.
Arts Center
Jewish Cultural
LOS ANGELES (JTA) -
Actress Barbra Streisand has
contributed $50,000 for the
tablishment at the University of
California at Los Angeles Hillel
of a Streisand Center for Jewish
Cultural Arts. The center was
opened with an address by author
Elie Wiesel
The actress said that art has no
barriers and can be appreciated
by all persons as a common bond-
Rabbi Chaim Seidler- Feller, who
introduced Wiesel, praised Miss
Streisand for aiding cultural ac-
tivity in the Los Angeles Jewish
community, which he called the
second largest Jewish communi-
ty outside of Israel.
He said the Streisand Center
will sponsor an annual perfor-
mance by a national figure in the
arts and smaller programs
throughout the year More than
600 persons filled the new center
Vivian Levinson, Bay Harbor Councilwoman (center) presents
proclamation of "AmeriFirst Day in Bay Harbor" to Ameri-
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winner of Flagler Federal
Savings and Loan Associa-
tion 's North Bay Village
"Expansion Celebration"
drawing. She won a $250
Shopping spree at Saks Fifth
Avenue. Manager Dolores
McElroy presented the gift
certificate to Mrs Fu
First to open an account at the new North Biscayne Branch
location of the Community Federal Savings A Loan Association
at 20400 Biscayne Boulevard is Liselotte Hausman. of North
Miami Beach. Congratulating her is Frank Wallberg, President
and Chairman of the Board.
Employment Aid For Senior Citizens
Senior Citizens 55 years and up
are interested in employment can
call The Senior Aides Program of
Dade County for application and
job counselling.
The three offices located at
1407 N.W. 7th St.. 642-9630; 163
St. Pan American Bank Bldg.,
944-4667; and 833-6th St.. Miami
Beach. 672-8300 are now ac
cepting applications for a number
of jobs openings in clerical,
typing, companion, security, and
factory work.
Anyone wishing to apply foi
these positions should call the
above in their area for an inter-
view between 8:30 a.m. 4:30
p.m.
David Paul
DAVID PALL
David Aaron, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Leo Paul, was called to the
Torah on Saturday. June, 13. at
Temple Ner Tamid. A Kiddush
*as held in his honor A luncheon
and festivies were held at Temple
Ner Tamid to celebrate the occa-
sion.
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Synopsis of the Weekly Torah Portion
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HUKKAT The portion begins with the statute of th*!,,
of the red heifer, whose ashes 'shall be kept for the i ongrentB.
of Israel as a water of sprinkling a punfkat,
(\ur At the outset of their fortieth v.-ar m ^
wilderneas. the children of Israel reached the df. -, J.
halted at Kadesh There Miriam died. When the irau h-aveo
God instructed MooM and Aaron to gather the ^^
a rock Mooaa was to speak to the rock, and it would g ian mna
Hut MOM irritated at the people s complaint. -! than*
with his n>d FOI this lack of faith in the di\in. y^
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JYomised l.and From Kadeah the children of lsrae. ::, edonto
Mount HOT, where Aaron died Thence they circles the land of
m. and arrived at Transjordan from the east, defeating tot
force- of Sihon. king of the Amorkea. and ()g. kin*: | -har.
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Don Lefton Surprise Party
By JOY HERTZ
, the best kept secret in town as one of
Beach's most popular and fun-loying
[Marcy and Don Lefton. hosted one of the
Lorable evenings of this or any other
d3 season last week at The Sheraton
puse
occasion was a surprise 50th birthday
Don masterminded by Marcy. who is
L for her fabulous parties as she is for her
charm, and vivacious personality -
300 guests gathered at the poolside
ocktail hour as they awaited the arrival of
it ,.f honor (whose birthday isn t till
When Marcv and Don arrived thev
rted bv a bevy of gorgeous gals dressed
ieerleaders. replete with pom poms
in rousing welcome cheer
nhday boy an Ohio State grad -
entered the Galleria Ballroom for
,i the rest Of tha evening's festivities -
incsto mar. el at the magic of David
a humorous and sophisticated
This Is Your Life"' Favorite
a ere blown-up poster size while
iterpiaCM. a menage of Donnie s favorite
^implemented b\ family catchwords, in-
ana and assorted graffiti that covered the
completed the look
Jerry Marshall Orchestra Got guests
party spirit breaking into the first of the
[s dance tunes as moment after
spotlighted yet more surprises a belly
- a camel Don's business partner.
Waiaar, and his lovely wife. Judy, on
drea Malnik Weds Keith Holland
tii Beth Malnik and Brian
Eolland were married Sat-
[June 27. Rabbi Irving
.. officiated at the cere-
Ihich was followed by a re-
and serving as ushers were Mark
Malnik and Ken Malnik.
The newlyweds plan a honey-
moon in Europe. They are mak-
ing their home in Miami Beach.
video tape since they missed the party a cast of
50, composed of out of town family and friends in
tandem with Miami localities serenaded Donnie
with a two-act musical review that was a fun-filled
mix of parodies and in-jokes
Among the out of towners spotted during the
evening Regine of worldwide nightclub-
disco fame with her husband. Roger, who flew
in from Monte Carlo for the evening beautiful
blonde. June Glickman a dear friend of
Marcy's who resides in California joined by a
host of Donnie's boyhood chums and family from
Cleveland Don's dad, Albert, who stopped the
show with his personal rendition of "Makin
Whoopie" Judy and Marty Smith, now of
\tlanta. Pat and Marty Fine, joined by Neil and
Barbara Schiff. were among the locals enjoying
the evening also seen in the 300 plus crowd
Hop. I'omerance and her husband. Rocky
Bunny and Sam Adler Bunny and Arthur Hor-
owitl Lisa and Kli Timoner Sandy and Jules
Arkin Judy Drucker public relations whi/..
Charlie Cinnamon lllllgltl'll I Carole Taran
accompanied by her husband. Bob Betty and
Mike Coopnt Diane and Richard Sepler Gert
and Mel KarUmer Paula and Joel l.*vy -
l.\ ilia and Peter Goldring Roz and Cal Kovens
and Dorita and George Feldenkreis the
Marty Marguhes Ken Myers Joe Kanter.
Nancy was in New York Fanya and Abel Holt*
Bunny and Sam Adler Nili and Gary Gerson
Dorothv and Aaron Podhurst Muriel Rus-
sell.
At evening's end after eloquent thank
yous from Donnie all agreed that this evening
was absolutely the party to end all parties
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announce their merger for the
continued practice of public ac-
counting as a partnership. Eber
Amdur and Company. Steven L.
Eber. CPA has become as associ-.
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ith Holland
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Chicken Tel Aviv is a favorite in Jewish kitchens. When
combined with other ingredients like Fleischmann's Unsalted
Margarine, it is both kosher and parve.
Chicken Low-Sodium
Main Dish Meals
Chicken and lamb have always been favorites in the Jewish
kitchen Historically, chicken symbolizes fertility and renewal,
and lamb represents the Messiah, the redemption of life
These recipes for Chicken Tel Aviv and Curried Lamb offer
new wav to prepare popular entrees in dishes that are tasty,
low sodium and meet Jewish guidelines for dietary restrictions.
Both use the all new Fleischmann's Unsalted Margarine which
is instrumental to Jewish cooking because it is both kosher and
parve. And the new formulation can now be found in your
market's dairy case.
Manv experts believe that Americans consume too much
salt and "we should all become familiar with flavorful substitu-
tions The judicious use of herbs and seasonings, and even fruit
and nuts can make low-sodium dishes so exciting that no one
will miss the salt.
CHICKEN TEL AVIV
Makes 4 servings
14 cup Fleischmann's Unsalted Margarine
I (3 poundl frying chicken, cut up
' teaspoon ground black pepper
Vi pound small white onions, peeled
II pound mushrooms, sliced
1 can (16 oz.) low-sodium tomatoes
11 cup dry white wine
4 teaspoons flour
2 tablespoons chopped parsley
Heat Fleischmann's Unsalted Msrgsrine in a large skillet
over medium heat. Sprinkle chicken pieces with pepper; pre in
skillet and brown well on all sides. Remove from pan. Add
onions and mushrooms to skillet. Cook and stir until lightly
browned. Mix in tomatoes and M cup of wine. Return chicken to
pan and bring liquid to a boil. Reduce heat, cover and simmer 30
minutes, or until chicken is tender.
Remove chkken to a hot platter. Blend together flour and
remaining M cup wine; stir into liquid in skillet. Simmer ]
minute. Pour ssuce over chicken and ganuah with chopped ,
parsley to serve. (
Sodium: 20 ifO. per serving
CURRIED LAMB
Makes 8 servings
2 tablespoons Fleischmann's Unasked Margarine
2 pounds lean lamb, cut into 1! i-inch cubes
1 cup of chopped onion
2 cloves garlic, crushed
2 tablespoons curry powder
14 teaspoon ground black pepper
1 large tart apple, peeled, cored and diced
1 tablespoon flour
1 tablespoon water
4 cups unsalted hot cooked rice
Melt Fleischmann's Unsalted Margarine in large skillet or
large heavy saucepan over medium heat; add lamb cubes, about
1-3 at a time, browning on all sides Remove meat from skillet
and set aside Add onion and garlic to skillet; saute until tender
Return lamb to pan and mix in 2 cups water, bouillon, curry
powder and pepper; bring to a boil. Reduce heat, cover and sun
mer 40 minutes, or until lamb is tender. Stir in apple and cook 6
minutes longer.
Blend together flour and 1 tablespoon water; stir into liquid
in skillet. Cook and stir mixture over medium heat until thick-
ened. Serve over hot rice. If desired, cum can be served with
PUnters Dry Roasted Unsalted Peanuts, chutney and raisins.
Sodium. 90 M(". per serving




Jewish Scholars Urged To Atte
Unification Church Confab
Eight Jewish cadets graduate in Class of 1981 at West Point. Left to right are Arthur D Glikin,
Edward J. Fox, Liviu E. Border, David J. Katz. Rabbi Avraham Soltes, Howard B. Heiden-
berg, Russ H. Berhoff. Henry D. Hacker, and Eric D. Billig.
Eight Jewish Cadets Graduate
WEST POINT, JS.Y.
Eight Jewish cadets
graduated from West Point
on May 27, part of the U.S
Military Academy's 906-
member Class of 1981. As
graduates, they all received
the rank of Second Lieuten-
ant. They were among
26,000 at graduation cere-
monies in Michie Stadium
who heard President
Reagan promise a continu-
ing defense buildup.
All of the Jewish cadets took
part in conducting the Jewish
Baccalaureate Service on the last
Friday evening before gradua-
tion. For one father and son. it
was a particularly special oc-
casion. Brig. Gen. Eugene Fox.
who graduated from West Point
in 1956, gave the Baccalaureate
Address. His son. Edward J.
Fox. Cadet-in Charge of the
Jewish Chapel Choir for the past
two years, was among the
graduates.
THE GRADUATING cadets
had an honorary member of the
Class of 1981 among them at the
Baccalaureate. Lt. Gen. Andrew
J. Goodpaster. superintendent of
the U.S. Military Academy, who
took over the post when the
members of this class were
plebes, and who will retire this
year, presented Bibles to each of
the cadets.
"Watching the cadets over these
four years has resulted in great
gratification to see how they have
moved forward." Gen. Goodpas-
ter said. "They've given fine
leadership to the Corps. I. for
one. have complete confidence in
how they will meet the challenges
that lie ahead."
He added. "Their participation
in these services will have im-
portant meaning in their lives."
Nearly 300 persons, including
members of the West Point and
surrounding communities, at-
tended the service, which was
held in Eisenhower Hall.
Although there have been Jews
at West Point since the first
class, when a Jewish cadet.
Simon Magruder Levy, was one
of two graduates in 1802? there
has never been a separate Jewish
house of worship. A campaign to
raise $5.5 million for a West
Point Jewish Chapel has passed
the half-way mark.
A SITE designated for the
chapel overlooks the entire
campus and is near the Catholic
and Protestant chapels. Fund-
raising chairman is Edgar M
Bronfman of New York, and the
president is Herbert M. Ames of
RockvilleCentre. L.I
The Jewish War Veterans of
the U.S.A.. represented by Mr.
and Mrs. Edwin Goldwasser. of
Monsey. N.Y.. presented a kid
dush cup and other gifts to each
graduate at the services, which
were conducted by Rabbi
Avraham Soltes.
Study Shows
l-in-4 Switched Vote to Reagan
NEW YORK More than one
out of four Jewish voters who
supported Jimmy Carter in 1976
switched to Ronald Reagan in
1980. according to a study of
Jewish voting behavior in the
Presidential election by the
American Jewish Congress made
public here.
Despite this trend, President
Carter led his opponent by a 2-to-
1 margin, and Jewish voters
identified themselves as Demo
crats by 8-to-l and as liberals by
3-to-1, the study showed.
Henry Siegman. executive di-
rector of Congress, released the
findings of the survey of 2.500
voters who identified themselves
as Jews as they left polling places
across the country last Nov. 4.
SIEGMAN SAID that
although the study was not based
on a scientifically selected
sample, the persons pooled rep-
resented "what we believe to be
the largest group of Jewish
voters ever studied, covering
more than twice the number of
Jews in any earner survey of
Jewish voting behavior."
The 2,500 Jewish voters in the
study identified themselves as
Jews when they were asked by
volunteer poll-takers of the
American Jewish Congress to
state their religion. The question-
naires were administered by
these volunteers outside of poll-
ing places in Jewish neighbor-
hoods in and around Boston,
Chicago. Dallas. Detroit. Long
Island (Nassau County). Los
Angeles. Newark, New York.
Philadelphia and Washington
D.C.
The questionnaires were pre-
pared under the direction of Dr.
Martin Hochbaum. director of
the Commission on Urban Affairs
of the American Jewish Con-
gress, with the assistance of
faculty members at the City Uni-
versity of New York. More than
1.000 pages of computer print-
outs analyzing and correlating
the results were compiled by
Queens College.
HIGHLIGHTS OF the survey
include these findings:
Jimmy Carter won 50.5
percent of the Jewish voters
Ronald Reagan 26.9 percent and
John Anderson 17.5 percent. In
1976. the same persons had voted
70.1 percent for Carter. 19.4 per
cent for Ford and 7.7 percent for
neither. (The others did not vote
in the 1976 elections. I
More than one-quarter of
Carter voters in 1976 (28 percent)
did not vote for him in 1980. At
the same time. Ronald Reagan
received 38.9 percent more Jew-
ish votes than Gerald Ford did in
1976.
In terms of party identi-
fication. 59.2 percent said they
were Democrats. 7.4 percent
Republicans. 31.2 percent in-
dependents and 6 percent others.
Asked whether they con
sidered themselves liberals
moderates or conservatives. 44
Eercent identified themselves as
bends. 40 percent moderates
and 14 percent as conservative
9 Ei8V*VEYI"Mkedth.
2 500 Jewish voters about what
they regarded as the major
election issues on which they
based their choice for President
1 he most important single factor
m determining that choice was
the candidates attitudes on
American support for Israel, the
study showed.
Far behind it and in de-
creasing order of significance -
were the candidates positions in
support of a balanced budget
federal action against un-
employment, increased defense
expenditures and government
financed abortion Other findings
show that: *
h.,* attSaM Pereent s*id
ht the U.S. should provide
large-scale economic, military
and diplomatic support for Israel
Federal action to reduce
unemployment was supported by
84.8 percent. 7
A balanced budget was
supported by 80.2 percent
National health insurance
was supported by 75.5 percent
k~L Government financed
Jbor^on, were supported dTSu
Z. 'ncreased defense ex-
Percent "" 9Upp0rted bv
THE STUDY showed that 61
S3 ttft JTwh vole" S
the poll had completed college or
graduate school and that anTher
^Percent had some collegeX-
cation. Some 13 percent h-H
completed high school **
The age breakdown of the jw
^voters showed toXSjfZ.
NEW YORK (JTA) Two
major American Jewish or-
ganizations urged Jewish
scholars to accept invitations
from the Unification Church of
the Rev Sung Myung Moon to
conference under its auspices to
be held in Israel in August. A
letter signed by Bertram Gold,
executive vice president of the
American Jewish Committee,
and Henry Siegman. executive
director of the American Jewish
Congress, noted that "The
writings of Rev Moon are dis-
tinctly anti-Semitic." a fact they
said was 'documented in a study
done by Rabbi James Rudin of
the American Jewish Com-
mittee.''
The letter, sent to a large
group of prominent Jewish
scholars, said the purpose of the
Unification Church in holding
conferences in Israel and else-
where to which distinguished
persons in the arts, sciences and
professions were invited, all ex-
penses paid. was
spectabuity through %
""tionbytheChurdJj]
jectjonable because v !_-
Jewish homes have baWS
into turmo.1 and pS*
jected to sever, ^ffiS
result of the act.v.tiesX1
.cation Church ^"l
f erring to lt, \*
proselytizing .mung jaSf
other youth AdSkS
letter noted that the nvm
pended by the Church H
Igg1'***** +rhJ
the labor of it, follower,
conditions of exploitation!
suppression of frw choic,
pointed out that althoM-l
scholars who attend tT'
lncZ d not endor*
(hurch. the association of i
names serves the Ch
purposes
Haig Appoints Jacob Javits
By DAVID FRIEDMAN
WASHINGTON (JTA) -
Secretary of State Alexander
Haig has appointed former Sen.
Jacob Javits (K N.Y.i as a
special adviser. A State Depart-
ment statement noted that
Javits' "many years of experi-
ence as a ranking member of the
Senate Foreign Relations Com-
mittee.'' and his "personal ex-
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demands against iht rsuir .-tl
required. WITHIN THREE I
MONTHS PROM THE DATE!
OF THE FIRST I'IBUC*[
tion Of this notice lonn]
with the cstra ol the bot [
court a Mrittrn v*lmnt of I
any claim or demand UWymir
have Each claim must b*
writing and must indical* l*
basis for the claim thi nsat
and address of Ute cratBlor
his agent or attorney sod tst I
amount claimed If uS*claims
nol yel due the dale atsMsl
will become due shall s
staled If Uie claim Is eor.ua
ganl ur unliquidalsd. I
nature ul Uie uncertainty I
be staled If the claim a i
cured the secunly shall sf a>
scribed The claimant sMl
dellwr sufficient cfpsts ol
claim to the clerk lo ns*nt
clert to mall one copy lo sses |
personal repreaanUUvs
All parsons uUereslad a
state to whom copy o* u"
Notice of Admini'trsOos m\
been mailed are e**""?*
WITHIN THREE "O.NrHJ
FROM THE DATE Of TW
FIRST PCBLICATION I
THlfi NOTICE, to (lie any"
je< nous they may "".Hf,
chaHerutes the validity of*
decedent s will Iht V*
flea lions of the personal i
preaentativr or thr vsnus
jurisdiction of the court
ALL CLAIMS DEMAW*
AND OBJECTIONS M *
riUCD WILL BE fOBK* j
BARRED
Date of the nrst puM****
of Uus Notice of AdminWir*
Uon July 1. ItSl
Luc Uie Milton McRa*
Aa Personal RepreatnuUl"
of the Estate of
EDDIE L McRAE
ATTORNEY FOR PEKtOsal.
REPRESENTATIVE
S BLA1RROS8. P A
14TTN W HhSlraal
Miami. Florida Ml*
TeWphooe ta>fl ,._
taeif juiyii*""


*JmM ncrkhar
ilic Notice
circuit court of
ILeventm judicial
IcUITINANOFOR
1 COUNTY,FLORIDA
LmILY DIVISION
C5f NoSMSiOFC
frUy, MAURI AGE OF
i i
I.\NDK
Husband.
- Solande
etas
Udrna aiMi
i
. nci
Iithi ii mo*
Oil HEREBY NOTI
: rtlUOtl l*T Pli-
Lirlage Has be'n
i "'v""ar*"
if your
. pleading t ld
, nn petitioner's t
[ RCJET KAMANI.
711, Hiscayne
" 19 West Flagler
Miami Florida tfUE
. ihe Original Anwr >r
! in the Office of the
Court Clerk, on or
. Ian ,,f Lily 19*1 I'
, ,i to judgment by
w ill be taken against
Uir relief demanded In
IND ORDERED at
p.1. County Florida,
w'f.lune Itffl
I MIDI' HKINKER
,., ,,il Court Clerk
,l,c.mimIv Florida
jy \| I Hartnett
Deputy Clerk
June 12. 19.26.
JulyS. 1981
J CIRCUIT COURT OF
LEVENTH JUDICIAL
|CUITINANDFOR
[COUNTY.FLORIDA
IMILY DIVISION
JSfNoll 630FC
)TICE OF ACTION
|TTif Marriage of
|Kr I.AVA1JJC.
\l. LAVALLE.
lVl.K.1. LAVALLE
I Trenton Avenue
sntkClty. N.J. 08401
iARE NOTIFIED that
Bon for Dlaaolutlon of
hai boon filed
you and you are re-
serve a copy of your
Idefenses. If any. to It on
EN L RASKIN. ESQ .
i attorney, whose
- Suite 203. Dadeland
North 8200 So. Dade
ulevard. Miami. Flor-
on or before July SI.
id file the original with
irr. of this court either
Brvtcs on Petitioner's
ir immediately there
Otherwise a default will
)r> '"'.a;ided In the com-
fcr petition
Don June 24.1981-
II Mil) P HKINKER
I Clerk of the Court
B) a D Wad*
A>DeputyCleik
JulyS. 10. IT. 24. 1981
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious names 11
BloGraFx 21 BloGramx at P O
BOX SM402. MIAMI BEACH.
FL. 38139 Intends to register
said names with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
Neal D. Atkins. Owner
099B2 June 19 26.
.. July 3.10, lMtl
TICE UNDER
I0US NAME LAW
K IS HEREBY
-.it the undersigned.
'"gage In business
fictitious name
it 18901 West Dixie
North Miami Beach.
intends to register
*lth the Clerk of the
mrt of Dade County.
Properties. Inc.
! I'.. njamtn Delnlck.
Pn >ident
-irln. Ksq
b tor Applicant
June 12. 19. 26.
July S. 1961
: circuit court of
Eleventh judicial
cu it in and for
| dadecounty
CeNo.8lTS$7
THE MARRIAGE OF
iAROLLE.
..Uoner Wife,
|ALD KOI J.E.
pun dent-Husband
IWALDROLLE
I West Street
rant Town
ssau, Bahamas
NOTICE OF
PUBLICATION
ARE HEREBY NOT1-
| that a Fetltiori For Dls-
"f Marriage has been
you and you are
f'l to serve a copy of your "
or Pleading to said
on petitioner's at
GEORGE T. RAMANI.
Suite Til, Blacayne
Bg. II Waal Flagler
Miami. Florida SilSO
[ the Original Answer or
ng In the Off lot of the
Court Clark, on or
24 day of July. 1961 If
I to do so. judgment by
wlU be taken against
the relief demanded In
tiUon.
IK AND ORDERED at
Dade County, Florida.
loayof June. 1961.
CHARD P. BRINKER
Circuit Court Clerk
Dade County. Florida
HY 1. C Bedaase
Deputy Clerk
June 26.
JulyS 10. IT. 1981
'-------NOTICf 0T ACTION--------
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NOPROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action
no.81 8444 FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RF. The Marriage Of:
MANUEL A RODRIGUEZ.
AND
JACKI1.INE RODIRGUE7.
TO JACKULINE
RODRIGUEZ
I Residence Unknown i
yot ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that an action for Disso-
lution of Marriage has been
filed against you and you are
requi red to serve a copy of your
written defenses. If any. to It on
RICHARD J MENIN. attorney
for Petitioner, whose address Is
9W Washington Avenue. Miami
Hearh. Florida. 33139. and file
the original with the clerk of
the above styled court on or
before July 10. 1961; otherwise
a default will be entered
against you for the relief de-
manded In the complaint or
petition
This notice shall be published
once each week for four con-
secutive weeks In THE JEW
ISH FIORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami.
Florida on this 4 day of June.
1961
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By C.P Copeland
As Deputy Clerk
i Circuit Court Seal I
RICHARD J MENIN. ESQ .
OALBUT. GALBUT* MENIN
Wv Washington Avenue
Miami Beach. Florida 33139
Telephone .3051 672 3100
Attorney for Petitioner
mn.1l June 12. 19. 26.
July 3,1981
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
FAMILY DIVISION
ClItNo.ll tMOFC
NOTICE OF
PUBLICATION
1NKE The Marriage of
DANIELLE FLOOD,
formerly known as
DANIELLE FLOOD
nil i w* tr
I 'elltloner Wife,
and ^^
CHARI-ESBKETTE
GILLESPIE.
Respondent Husband
TO CHARLES HRETTE
GILLESPIE
Residence Unknown
YOU AR*: HEREBY notified
thai a Petition for Annulment
has been filed agalnat you You
are required to serve a copy of
your answer or pleading upon
the Petitioner Wife or upon
Petitioner Wife's attorney.
DONA1J' MATES. ESQUIRE.
2301 Collins Avenue. Suite M-8.
Miami Beach. FL 33139, and
file the original answer or
Spading In the office of the
erk of the Circuit Court on or
before the IT day of July. 1981.
otherwise a Default Judgment
will be entered against you
DATED this 17 day of June.
1961 in Miami. Dade County.
Florida
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk of the Circuit Court
ll> M J Hartnett
DEPUTY CLERK
HJBJ June 19, 28;
__________July I '
~INTHl CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
ANO FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action
No.61 fJS4FC
ACTION WOW DISSOLUTION
OFMARRIAOE
IN HE THE Marriage of
J T G1LLUM.
Petitioner-Husband.
and
DOLLUE GILLUM.
Respondent Wife
TO: DoUie GUlum
986 Seattle
Memphis. Tennessee
YQU ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that an action for Dtaao
lutlon of Marriage has been
filed agalnat you and you are
required to serve a copy of your
written defenses, if any, to It on
ARTHUR H. UPSON. attorney
for Petitioner, whoa* address Is
1515 N.W. 1ST 8L. Suite 216,
Miami. Florida, and file the
original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before
July IT. 1981; otherwtoa a
default will be entered against
! you for the relief demanded In
the complaint or petition.
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of aald court at Miami.
Florida on this 16 day of June.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Uout
Dade County. Florida
By M J Hartnett
As Deputy Clerk
UU961 June 19.28.
_______________ JulyS. 10. 19Hi
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
QIVBM that the undersigned,
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious name C'est
Si BOM at 2250 N E 163rd St.. N.
Miami Beach. FIm 33160 In-
tends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit
Cmirt of 1 ide County. Florida
Norma Lopei
Sylvia Modesto
1 .i v ia r i Bonopaladlno
M June 12. 19.26.
JulyS, 1961
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
(jrVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage In bualness
under the fictitious name JEW
ISH HIGH SCHOOL; JEWISH
HIGH SCHOOL OF SOUTH
FLORIDA at 18900 N.E. 28
Avenue. North Miami Beach.
Elonda 33160 Intend to register
said names with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida
Jewish High School of
South Florida. Inc.
By Rabbi Louis B Herring
Principal
09966 June 28.
JulyS. 10. 17. 1961
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NOPROPERTY)
INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action
No. H 1364 (FCX2S)
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE FOR DISSOLUTION
OFMARRIAOE
IN RE THEMARRAIGEOF
ADRIENNE BEAUCHARD.
Petitioner Wife
and
FLOKIUS BEAUCHARD.
Reapondent Husband
TO FLORIL'S BEAUCHARD.
Respondent-Husband
Residence Unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that a petition for Disso-
lution of your Marriage has
been filed and commenced In
this court and you are required
to serve s copy of your written
defenses. If any. to It on
LLOYD M ROUTMAN. ESQ
attorney for Petitioner, whoae
address Is Suite 615. 1st State
Bank Bldg 7900 NE 2nd Ave .
Miami. FL SSI36 and file the
original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before
J- i 24. 1981; otherwise a
default will be entered against
you for the relief prayed for In
the complaint or petition
This notice shall be published
once each week for four con-
secutive weeks In THE JEW
1SHFLOR1DIAN
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami.
Florida on this 18 day of June.
1961
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
ByK Selfrled
As Deputy Clerk
00B79 June 26.
JulyS. 10. 17.1981
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
IN THE CIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUOICIAL
CIRCUITINANOFOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
FAMILY DIVISION
CAM N0.SI-HJ1 FC
IN RE
JOHN JEFFREY
OAITHER. by
and through his next beat
friend, natural mother
and guardian.
SUSAN SCHWARTZ.
Petitioner
TO JOHN M GAITHER.
Residence Unknown
VERIFIED PETITION
FORCHANOEOFNAME
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that a Verified Petition
for Change of Name has been
filed and commenced In thla
Court and you are required to
serve a copy of your written
defense. If any, to It on
RICHARD O DUNBERO.
ESQUIRE, Attorney for Peti-
tioner, who address la GOOD-
MAN. DUNBERO A HOCH-
MAN. PA.. 8MB Sunset Drjva.
Bulls 180. Miami. Florida Ml 4S.
and file the original with the
dark of the above atyled Court
on or before the 34 day of July.
ItSl othrwlae a default will be
** *s^i. CsiS'skSS
relief prayed for In the PeU
This notice shall be published
once each weak tor four-oon-
aacuttve weeks In the JEWISH
F-LORIDIAN
WITNESS my kand and the
seal of said Court at Miami
Florida, on thla B day of June.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
As Clark. Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
ByM J. Hartnett
RICHARD O DUNBERO.
ESQ
Attorney for PUtonar
GOODMAN. DUNBERO A
HOCHMAN. PA.
BBS Sunset Drive.
Suite 1 At)
Miami Florida 881M
. Telephone i SOB 1279^000
0M61 June 26.
July S. 10. 17.1M1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
OIVEN 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
I lade County. Florida.
HARRY M GORDON
Owner
RICHARD A BOLTON
Attorney for Applicant
:'ir_'(l N E 163 Street
Suite 201
North Miami Beach. Fla
1*11162 June 19. 28.
Julys, 10.1981
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NOPROPERTY)
INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action
No. 81-8M8FC
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The Marriage Of
EIJ)AKEMP.
Petitioner Wife,
and
ROLAND KEMP.
Respondent Husband
TO ROUNDKEMP
Respondent
Middle Street No.S
Nassau. Bahamas
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that an action for Dlaao-
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-
torney for Petitioner, whoae
address Is 420 Lincoln Road.
Suite 379. Miami Beach. Flor-
ida 33139. and file the original
with the clerk of the above
styled court on or before July 9,
1961. 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-
ISH FliORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami.
Florida on this 4th day of June.
1961
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By Willie Bradahaw Jr.
As Deputy Clerk
i Circuit Court Seal I
HARVEY D FRIEDMAN
430 Lincoln Road. Suit 392
Miami Beach. FL SSI 39
Attorney for Petitioner
0MSS June 12. 19. 26.
JulyS. 1961
, INTHECIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITINANOFOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
Case No. 81-9481 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE BY
PUBLICATION
IN RE The Marriage of:
ANDRE GERMAIN.
Petitioner Husband,
and
RAYMONDE GERMAIN,
Reapondent Wife.
TO RAYMOND GERMAIN
YOU RAYMONDE GER
MAIN, residence unknown, are
required to file your answer to
, the petition for dissolution of
marriage with the Clerk of the
above Court and serve a copy
Ihereof upon the petitioners
attorney. Herman Cohen. Esq..
622 S W 1st Street. Miami.
Florida. 33130. on or before
July 2T. 1981. or else petition
will be confessed
Dated June 17. 1981
RICHARD P. BRINKER
Clerk. Circuit Court
By L.C Bedasse
Deputy Clerk
UV964 June 19. 28;
July 3. 10.1961
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NOPROPERTY)
INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
ANO FOR OADE COUNTY
Civil Action
No. 81-8749
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OFMARRIAOE
IN RE The Marriage of:
GILB MONTOYA.
and
CARMELA MONTOYA.
TO CARMELA MONTOYA
Realdence Unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that an action for Disso-
lution of Marriage has been
filed against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your
written defenses, If any. to It on
Philip I. Font. Esq.. attorney
for Petitioner, whose address Is
880 S W 8th Street. Miami.
Florida 331 SO. and file the orlgl
iuil with the clerk of the above
styled court an or before July
24. IM1; otherwise a default
will be entered against you for
the relief demanded In the
complaint or petition
This notice shall be published
once each week for four con-
secutive weeks In THE JEW
ISH FLORID IAN.
WITNESS my hand and the
I seal of said court at Miami.
' Florida on this 17 day of June.
' 1981
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By K Selfrled
As Deputy Clerk
I Circuit Court Seal)
. PhilipL Font. Esq..
| LAW OFFICE OF
I I. ROGER FELDMAN. ESQ..
880 S.W 8th Street
Miami. Florida SS130
Attorney for Petitioner
OMS June It. M;
JulyS. 10.1981

NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned.
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious name RET
RECORDS at 81TA W 49th
Street. Hlaleah. Florida SJ012
Intends to register said name
with the (lerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida.
MF.SAN INCORPORATED
I -CLIME R SANCHEZ
President
M MENDEZ. ESQ.
' Attorney for Applicant
2988 W 4th Ave .
Hlaleah. Florida 33012
0B940 June 12. 18. 26.
JulyS. 1961
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Or
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
FAMILY DIVISION
CaseNo.il 64J5 FC
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN RE The Marriage Of:
MARIO ENRIQUE
ZALDIVAR.
Petitioner-Husband
and
LAURA M ZALDIVAR.
Respondent Wife
TO LAURA M ZALDIVAR
Residence Unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY notified
that a Petition for Dissolution
of Marriage haa been filed
against you and you are hereby
required to serve a copy of your
answer or other pleading to the
Petition on the Petitioner's
Attorney. LESTER ROGERS,
whose addreas Is 1464 N.W. 17
Avenue. Miami. Florida 33125.
and file the original with the
Clerk of the above styled Court
on or before this 6 day of July.
1981. or a Default will be en-
tered against you
DATED this 1 day of June.
1981
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By L. C. Bedaase
09941 JuneS. 12. 19. 26. 1961
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NOPROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITOF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action
NO.80-1M24FC
FAMILY DIVISION
IN RE ADOPTION By
MARION KELLOGG
and
TO:JOYCE A KELLOGG
Residence unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY NOT!
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 SI.AVIN. WSQ attorney for
etltloner. whoae address Is
1560 N E. Miami Gardens
Drive, Skylake State Bank
".ulldlng. Suite 302. N Miami
Beach. Fla.. 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-
secutive weeks in THE JEW
ISHFLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami,
Florida on this 8 day of June.
1M1
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
ByK Selfrled
As Deputy Clerk
i Circuit Court Seal i
STRIAR k SLAVIN. PA
MARK B SLAVIN. ESQ
1500 N.E Miami
Gardens Drive
Suite 302.
Skylake State Bank Bldg
N. Miami Beach. Fla SS179
Telephone I SOB) 944-1533
Attorney for Petitioner
0BS44 June 12. 19.26.
Julys. 1981
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned.
desiring to engage in business
under the fictitious name IN-
TERIORS BY JEROME at 1978
STIRLING ROAD. DANIA.
FLA 33004 Intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida
JEROME LIEBERMAN
09973 June 36.
JulyS. 10.17,1981
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious name
TROYA CAFETERIA, at 7410
S.W 8 St., Miami. Fla Intends
to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida.
Carlos Rodrtguei,
Owner
09975 June 26;
JulyS. 10.17. 1M1
T NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NOPROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT ORDER OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDiC.AL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action
NO. 81-8742 FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OFMARRIAOE
IN RE THE MARRIAGE OF
JAMESDIXON.
Petitioner Husband.
and
MARGARET DDCON.
Respondent Wife
TO: MRS MARGARET
DDCON
5308 Austin Street
Detroit. Mich 48311
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that the action for Dlsso
lutlon of Marriage has been
filed agalnat you and you are
; required to serve a copy of your
written defenses. If any. to It on
, CEASE A CEASE attorney for
. Petitioner, whose addreas Is
2720 W. Flagler Street. Miami.
Florida, and file the original
with the clerk of the above
styled court on or before July
10. ltftt: otherwise a default
will be entered against you for
the relief demanded In the
complaint or petition
This notice shall be published
once each week for four con
secutlve weeks In THE JEW-
ISH FLORID IAN.
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of aald court at Miami.
Florida on this B day of June.
1981.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By Clartnda Brown
As Deputy Clerk
i Circuit Court Seal)
HAROLD CEASE. ESQ
'CEASE A CEASE
2730 W Flagler St.
Miami. Fla SSlSB
Attorney for Petitioner
otsMS June 12. 19. 26:
July S. lSi
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious name Sca-
ramouche Fashion at 260 N.E.
2nd St.. Miami. Fla S31S2 In-
tends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida.
Mlramar Fashions. Inc.
By: MoisesBejar
Vice President
9937 June 12.19. 28;
July 3. 1981
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
5IVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious name Mlra-
mar Fashions II at 1741 N W 20
Street. Miami. Fla. 33142 In
tends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida
Mlramar Fashions, Inc
By: Molaes Bejar
Vice President
109936 June 12. 19.26.
July 3.1981
INTHE CIRCUITCOURT
FOR
OADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
Probate No II 5JM
Division'. 82
JN RE: ESTATE OF
HERBERT LOUIS
WEINER.
Deceased
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING
CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
AGAINST SAID ESTATE AND
JTHER PERSONS INTER
ESTED IN SAID ESTATE:
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that the administration
Df the Estate of HERBERT
LOUIS WEINER. deceased,
Eate of Dade County, Florida,
has commenced in the cap
ined proceeding.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
ED AND REQUIRED to file
_iy claims and demands which
ou may have against the
-Estate and to file any challenge
to the validity of the Last Will
and Testament offered for
probate, If any, or any objec
tion to the qualifications of the
Personal Representative
venue or Jurisdiction of the
Oourt. with the Court, Dade
County Courthouse, 7S Wast
Flagler Street. Miami. Florida
SS180, WITHIN THREE
MONTHS FROM THE DATE
OF THE FIRST PUBLICA-
TION OF THIS NOTICE OR
TOUR RIQHT TO DO SO WILL
BE FOREVER BARRED
ALL CLAIMS, DEMANDS
AND OBJECTIONS NOT SO
FILED WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED.
First Publication of this
Notice on the M day of June,
KM.
Flortca Sheila Wetnsr
As Personal Representative
of the Estate of
i HERBS RT LOUIS WEINER
Deceased
8620 S.W. 48th Street
Miami. F lortda 881 v
ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL
REPRE8ENTATTV E
HERBERTJAY COHEN PA
9400 8. Dadeland Blvd.,
Suite S00
Miami. Florida 33156
Telephone (806)666-0401
09978 JuneBV
______________________July S, 1981







.
Public Notice
NOTICE UNDID
FICTITIOUS NAMI LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY
GIVEN that Um undersigned
d**lrlng to engage In buatneai
under Um fictitious name
STONEHENOE COM-
PUTERS, at 1160 Kan* Con-
coura*. Bay Harbor Wand
Fla 33184 intends to negtetei
aid win with th* Cterk of Um
Circuit Court of Dad* County
Florida
Centurion Enterprise*
Incorporated
By RobartoClaudlo
Total, lag parcant Intaraat
Jun* 18, 36.
July J. 10. 1*81
N THI CIRCUIT COURT
POM
DADE COUNTY. FLORIOA
PROBATE DIVISION
FiteNa.81 S4J*
Wvrttenn
IN RE: ESTATE Or
ZELMA HENLEY
NOTICE or
ADMINISTRATION
Ttaa admbuat rattan ox Um
eatate of ZELMA HENLEY
la panduif In Um Circuit Court
tor DADE County, Florida.
Probate Divtaton. Um addnai
of which la 73 Waat Fiagier
Straat. Miami, riorlda SUM.
Th* name, and addraaaaa of
the personal reprasentative
and Um paraonal ranraaataa-
tlve'a attorney arc set forth
batow
All tnteraated paraona arc re-
quired to flla wlUi thla court.
WITHIN THREE MONTHS OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION
Or THIS NOTICE: (1) all
claimi agalnat Um tat* and
(II any objection by an tn-
teraated pa raon to whom notice
waa malted that challenges Um
validity of Um will. Um qualify
cattona of Um paraonal rapre-
aentatlve venue or Jurlsdlc-
Uonof the court.
ALL CLAIMS AND OBJEC-
TIONS NOT SO FILED WILL
BE FOREVER BARRED
Publication of thla Notice haa
begun on June M. 1M1.
Peraonal Representative
Mildred L Millar
30*00 N W act
Opa Locka. Fla 330M
Attorney for Peraonal
Representative:
GALBIT. GALBUTA
MENIN. PA..
* Washington A ve
Miami Beach. Fla. SUM
Telephone: I 306 I 672-3100
JunaM.
July i. lfal
AFFIDAVIT UNDER
FICTITIOUS
NAME STATUTI
STATE OF FLORIDA
COUNTY OF DADE
68.
The undersigned, under oath
aaya: It U Um Intention of Um
undersigned to engage in a
business enterprise under Um
fictitious name of CORAL
REEF PROPERTIES located
at 13066 South Dixie Highway In
the City of Miami. Dad.
County, Florida
Thoee Interested in said en
terprtee. and the extent of the
Interest of each, la aa follows
Interest
MIAMI SOUTH
REALTY. INC
140*3 So Dixie Highway
Miami. Florida
Sworn to and subscribed to
before m* at Miami. Florida
this 24th day of June, 1M1
Notary Public,
state of Florida
At Large
My Commission
expires Apr.6. 1SS3
Bonded thru General Ins
Underwriter*
Proof of publication of thL
intention to register la filed
herewith, pursuant to th* pro-
visions of Chapter SMM. Laws
oflMl. (SeSOSFSA)
0*888 July 3. 10, 17. 34. 1MI
NOTICI OF
PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THR ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
(FAMILY DIVISION)
ClIlNollINF
IN RE: The Marriage of
KOROU8H MEHRPOUYAN
Partftoaur,
and
BENHAZ MEHRPOUYAN.
Respondent.
TO: BENHAZ MEHR
POUYAN
Residence I'known
or
TO: BENHAZ MEHR-
POUYAN
c-o Bahnam EUaaaadah.
brother
ION Ventura Blvd..
NO.101A
Enclno. Calif S14M
YOU. BENHAZ MEHR
POUYAN, ARE HEREBY.
NOTIFIED THAT A Petition
for Dissolution of Marriage haa
bean filed agalnat you, and you
are required to serve a copy of
your Answer or Pleading to the
Petition for Dissolution of
Marriage on Um Petitioner .
Attorney. FRANK. STREL
KOW GAY ESQS 803
Capital Bank Building, 18*8
Kennedy Cauaeway. North Bay
village. Florida 33141. and rue
the original Answer or Plead
lng In the Office of Um Clerk of
the Circuit Court on or before
the 31 day of July, imi If you
fall to do so. Judgment or De-
fault will be taken agalnat you
for the relief demanded In the
Petition.
Thla Notice shall be pub-
lished once each weak for four
fOne*tuUe weeka in THE
JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
DATED thla 2* day of June.
1*81.
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk of Um Circuit Court
BY N. A Hewett
Deputy Clark
FRANK. STRELKOW as GAY
Attorneys for Petitioner
503Capital Bank Bldg
ISM Kennedy Cauaeway
North Bay Village.
Florida 33141
Telephone: (30818*8-4711
UWWI July S. 10. IT. 24. 1M1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAMR LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY
GIVEN that Um underelgned
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious name Inter
amerlcas. Industrial Plaaa at
TSW N W 54th Street. Miami.
Florida 33166 Intends to
reglater said name with Um
Clerk of Um Circuit Court of
Dad* County. Florida
BY: Hsrry Hahamovltch
SCHONINGER. JANKOWTTZ
AND SIEGFRIED. PA
Attorneys for
H.H.H Construction Corp.
July 3. 10. 17.34. 1M1
IN THR CIRCUIT COURT OF
THR ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADR COUNTY, FLORIDA
C*MN* 81 87S6
FAMILY DIVISION
IN RE The Marriage Of
RUBY SHAW.
Petitioner Wife
and
CARLTON SHAW.
Respondent Husband
NOTICE OF
PUBUCATION
YOU. CARLTON SHAW.
HUSBAND. RESIDENCE UN-
KNOWN, ar* hereby notified to
serve a copy of your Answer to
the Petition For Dissolution of
Marriage filed agalnat you.
upon Wlfe'a attorney.
GEORGE NICHOLAS.
KSgi'lRE. 812 N M 12th Ave
nue Miami. Florida SUM. and '
file original with th* Clerk of,
the Court on or before July 31, 1
1M1. otherwise (he Petition
will be confeaaed by you
DATED this 30 day of June.
1M1.
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk
By K. Sainted
Deputy Clerk
MM JulyS. 10. 17.24. 1M1
IN THR CIRCUIT COURT OF
THR RLRVRNTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
OADR COUNTY, FLORIDA
FAMILY DIVISION
CIMN.I1IRUFC
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN RE The Marriage Of
MASUDA ZEHRI.
Petitioner Husband
va,
CHERYL JEAN ZEHRI.
Respondent-Wife
TO CHERYL JEAN ZEHRI
Residence Unknown
YOU CHERYL JEAN
ZEHRI are hereby notified to
file your anawer to thla Petition
for Dissolution of Marriage
with the Clerk of the Court and
mail a copy to Petitioner'l
Attorney DANIEL GALLUP
23SS Salaedo Street. Coral Gab
les. Flonda, 33134. onorbefon
July 31 1881 else Petition wll
be taken as confessed
This 28th day of June. 1881
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk Circuit Court
By A D Wade
Deputy Clerk
CW882 July3. 10. 17.24. 1881
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THR RLRVRNTH JUDICIAL,
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
Case Na.si -*?* 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
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
an action for dissolution of
marriage has been filed
against you and you ar*
required to serve a copy of your
written defenses. if any,
BERNARD J LEVY ESy.
Attorney for Petitioner. 633
N E 167 St N MB Fl 33162
on or before July 17. 1881. and
file the original with the clerk
of thla court, otherwiee a
delault will be entered against
you.
Dated June 11. 1881
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk
byK Selined
As Deputy Clerk
'MS June 18.38:
July 3. 10 1881
AFFIDAVIT UNORR
FICTITIOUS NAMR
STATUTR
STATE OF LORIDA
COUNTY OF DADE
Th* undersigned under oath,
aaya: It la Um Intention of Um
undersigned to engage In a
buato enterprise under Um
fictitious name of SOUTH
FLORIDA SEAL COAI
located at 4680 8.W. 87 Court In
Um city of Miami, Dad*
County. Florida.
Thoee interested in said en
terscta*. and Um extent of the
Interest of each. Is aa follows
THOMAS C RO W8EY. P res .
ATCR Corp.. Owner
MR* RW.tr Court
June 16, 36:
Jury I, io. 1881
NOTICE UNDRR
FICTITIOUS NAMR LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBT
GIVEN that Um inrlfteiml
dealrlng to engage In business
undar th* fictitious name
MAXWELL TRUCKING at
MR* N.W. ST Avenue. Miami
Florida. 88147 Intends to regl*
ter said nan* with the Cterk of
tba Circuit Court of Dads
County Florida
Maxwell G Hinds
June 36.
JulyS. 10,17. 1*81 i
IN THR CIRCUIT COURT OF
THI RLRVRNTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADR COUNTY. FLORIOA
FAMILY DIVISION
C*8*N*. SI-*14*FC
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVR SRRVICE
IN RE THE MARRIAGE OF
MARIA VEGA CLASS
Petitioner Wife
and
KILE MAN CLASS
Respondent Husband
TO: FILE MAN CLASS
22 South Ave
Newark. Jew Jersey
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that'
an action for DIVORCE haa I
been filed agalnat you and you
are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses Uany, toi
It on David I Schloaberg. Peti-
Uoner a attorney, whoa* ad
dress 1* 3000 Blscayne Blvd
Suite 511. Miami. Florida 33137.
on or before July 17. 1881, and
file Um original with th* Cterk
of this Court either before serv-
ice on Petitioner s attorney or
Immediately thereafter
otherwise a default will be
*ntar*d agalnat you tor Um
rattef demanded In Um com
plaint or petit ion
WITNESS my hand and th*
aaal of this Court June 16.ia*l
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk of the Court
By. M. J Hartnett
Aa Deputy Cterk
June 18 36
July 3.10, 18*1
'JLW. CICUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
C*t*N* II 10063
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE 8Y
PUBLICATION
IN RE The Marriage Of
ELGRIEG PARISSE
Petitioner wife
and
WILNERJEAN
PARISSE.
Respondent husband
iwr wiL-NER JEAN **
uw, residence unknown, are
requested to file youransw.r to
Ihe petition for dissolution of
marriage with the Clerk of tile
thereof upon the petitioner*
u1rn*y Herman Cohen. Esq
g Wl Street. Miami. Fto
1881. or else petition
confeaaed
Dated June 28. lggi
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk Circuit Court
By.NA Hewett
"* Julys. 10, 17.34.188
IN THR CIRCUIT COURT OF
THR RLRVRNTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DAOR COUNTY, FLORIOA
Ca**N*.|l-*tFC
NOTICE BY
PUBLICATION
IN RE The Marriage OI
L'HARRISSON ANICET
Petitioner Husband
*nl __
BERNANDETTE ANICET.
Respondent Wife
TO: BERNADETTE ANICET
AUTO ROUTE CARR
No 104
PORT AU PRINCE.
HAITI
YOU ARE HEREBY notified
that a Petition tor Dissolution
of Marriage haa been filed
agalnat you and you ar* hereby
required to **rv* a copy of your
answe r or other pleading to th*
Petition on th* Petitioner s
Attorney. LESTER ROGERS,
whoa* address is 1*64 N.W. IT
Avenue Miami. Florida SUM.
and file Um original with Um
Cterk of Ut* above styled Court
on or before thla 31 day of July.
1SU. or a Default will be en-
tered agalnat you.
DATED this 28 day of June.
1M1
RICHARD P BRINKER
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT
COURT
ByM J Hartnett
08*88 July 3. 1*. 17. 34. 1*81
NOTICI OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SRRVICR
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THR CIRCUIT COURT OF I
THR RLRVRNTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN
AND FOR DAOR COUNTY
Civil Acttoa
N*. tl-**41 PC
PRMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OFMARRIAOI
IN RE The Marriage of
MIRIAM NOEMI
BRANSDORF.
Petitioner
and
JAMES A BRANSDORF
Respondent
TO JAMES A BRANSDORF
181071St Street
Miami Beach.
Flonda 33141
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that an action for Dlsso-
lution of Marriage has been
filed against you and you ar*
required to serve a copy of your
wirtten defenses if any. to it on
Bruce J Schetnberg. attorney
for Petitioner whose address is
420 Lincoln Road Suite SI 2
Miami Beach. Florida 33138
and file the original with the
clerk of the above atyled court
n or before JULY 34 1861
otherwiee a default will be
entered against you for the '
relief demanded in the com
plaint or petition
This notice shall be published
once each *ek lor four core
secutlve weeds in THE JEW
(SH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and th*
eal of said court at Miami
I- londa on Una 22 day of June
RICHARD P BRINKER
AsClerk. Circuit Court
DadeCountv Flonda
By Willie Bradshaw Jr
As Deput) Clerk
Circuit Court Sea>
RruceJ Srheinberg
430 Lincoln Road Mall
I US
Miami Beach Flonda 33138
Attorney lor Petitioner
Jun.28.
Julys 10 17. 1881
will be
NOTICE UNORR
FICTITIOUS NAMR LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY
GIVEN that th* undersigned.)
da airing to engage in business!
undar the fictitious name Inter-
national Machinery Company
at MSS S.W ITT Court. Mtomi]
Fla. 3317B Intend* to register
a*ld name with Um Cterk of Um
Circuit Court of Dad* County
Florida
RIcardoOBANDO. Owner
* June 1*. J
JulyS. 10. 18*1
IN THR CIRCUIT COURT OP
THR RLRVINTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
OADR COUNTY, FLORIOA
FAMILY DIVISION
Caie Ns 61 t*M PC
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN RE The Marriage Of
KATHARINAJ BROWN
Petitioner Wlf,
vs.
S**0* JOHN BROWN
Respondent Husband
T0: .&? JOHN BROWN
YOU EROMUNKNO,Ey
BROWN are h^by^tjfwd^oj
file your anawer to this Petition
for Dissolution of Marrtea*
Eft.th* Cterk of th* urTand
mall a copy to Petitioner .
Attorney DANIEL GALLUP
SSM SsJxedD Street rw.i
Gable. Flortda ism mTmt
before July ,t. 188, .ul,
P. ThtoilU, day of Jun*. UU
WrERP BR"R
Cterk Circuit Court
ByA D Wad*
D*puty Cterk
Jun* l*. 88;
Julyl, 10. 18i
J
IN THI CIRCUIT COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File No 61 4484
OiviwaeiSl
IN RE ESTATE OF
WILLIAM DOLAN
Deceased
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
The administration of the
estate of WILLIAM DOLAN
deceased. File Number61-4Ma
U> pending in Um Circuit Court
r Dad* County Florida
Probate Dlvteion. th* addree,
of which la 71 w FlaatorSl
Miami, ria SUM TrSnam*,
and addr*aa, of the personal
repreeenUUve and th* person
J represent alive attomav
are set forth below 7
AlUnterested person, ^
*Ur*d to file with uua court
*THIN THREE MONTHBOF
oV" tw,IR8I ^"CATION
g.-18 NOTICE in m
ctelma agalnat the eatete and
ted person to whom notice
was malted that cnaltenaaTtS
v-JMH, of um wUl^SalST
cation, of Um paraonal Z
jantoUv*. v.nu7or /urteST i
Uon of the court *" ,
ALL CLAIMS AND OBJEC I
TJONJB NOT SO FILED OTJ
B FOREVER BARRED*1"-1
Publlcauon of this Nooc* haa
b*gunonJun*jg.i**4
^rMruUReprewnu,,^
OetovtoLom
10080 SW 44th 81
.. **Mmt. FU 88168
AttonMyforP.raonaj
RapraaanteUv*
KURT WELLUCH Uo
UlAlmerteAvT
"ulteS0D-E
Coral Gables r la SUM
T^?fno 'MS-46AT684
. JuaM.|
July*. l8iI
AFFIDAVIT UNDER
FICTITIOUS
NAMR STATUTR
STATE OP FLORIDA
COUNTY OF DAOR
68.
The undersigned, undar oath.
aaya It la Um Intention of the
und*r*lgn*d to engage In bus I
naa* under Um flctiUou* name
of QUALITY OFFICE MACH '
INES located at MR East First
Avenue In the City of Hlaleah
Dad* County. Florida
Thoaa interested to said sn
terprls*. and Um extant of Um
Intereatof each. Is as follows
Interest
quality orricE ;
MACHINES OF
MIAMI. INC I
388E latAvs.
Hlaleah. Fla
Sworn to and aubatribad to
before m*. at Miami. Flortda.
thla 34th day of Jun* 1881
Notary Public.
State of Florida
AtLarge
MyCommlaalon
axptraaAug 12. 18*4
Bonded Uiru Oenaral In*
Inderwrtters
Proof of publlcauon of thla
intention to reglater la filed
herewith, pursuant to th* pro- .
vision* of Chapter SOS88. Laws
of 1*41 (6*8 08 FS A.
0*8*0 July S. 1*. 17. 34. 18*1
ICTITU,
NOTICE ,
dsalrtng to*
SpWARD,
STERT at *
ROAD. rjANlJV
gift um Ckafti
Court of 0*27"
JRrtOMIl
r'cmhiSsS
NOTICE ..
GIVEN thai a
KTttgSS
Fla. ssis* a
tod name .&
Ctrcult court mT
Florida '
T^avajiTriM,,
BY UrkWaiJ,
JlUylM;-
NOYICH UNDRR
FICTITIOUS NAMR LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that UM underelgned
de.inng to engage In business
under th* fictitious name 41 St
Liquor at 4108Eaat 4th Avenue
Hlaleah. Flonda intend* to
register said name with Um
Clerk of Um Circuit Court of
I 'ade County Flortda.
FORTY FIRST STREET
IJQUOR. INC
By Owner
DANIEL M KEIL.ESQ.
Attorney tor Owner
Jun* 18. M.
Julys. 10. 1*81
NOTICI i
FICTITIOUS
NOTICE it
arvEN Rag",
deainng uj ,
under um
PRIMERa
INTE^ACTO]?.?" .
JCAMACOL*uJ
*^ Mum, va
to regteter aud ^J
"rk of the CaT9
Oad* County rkk
CAMARAM1^1
_ LATDIA i
By LUIS I
0***8 July]
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAMR LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that Um undersigned
ilesinng to engage in business
under the fictitious name
SOUTHEAST BUSINESS
CENTER at 3348 Darwin St
Suite 308. Miami. Fla SSI33
Intends to regteter said name
with the Clerk of Um Circuit
Court of Dad* County. Flortda
Southeast Real Estate
Corporation
By Alain Berrebi
Resident Agent
"S* June 13. 18, 3*.
JulyS. 18*1
INTMi CIRCUIT COURT OP
THi ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT. IN ANDFOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
Caie N* 61 IMS* PC
FAMILY DIVISION
IN RE THE MARRIAGE OF
LILLIAN PAYNE
Petitioner wife
and
MILTON PAYNE
Respondent. Husband
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO MILTON PAYNE
residence tnsnown
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
an action for dissolution of
Marriage has been filed
against you and you ar* re-
quired to serve a copy of your
written defenses if any to It on
Rl SSELL ROSENTHAL
ESUl IRE Petitioner s
Attorney, whoa* address Is
: IHKRMAN BENJAMIN
and ASSOCIATES. HA Mil
sunset Drtve Miami Flonda
33173 on or before July 31 1881.
and file the original'with Um
tlerfc of this Court either be-
fore service on Petitioner s
Attorney or immediately
hereafter, otherwla* a default
will be entered agalnat you for
th* relief demanded In the P*
Utlon
WITNESS my hand and aaal
of thla Court on Juno 3* IMI.
RICHARD!' BRINKER
n*rk of th* Circuit Court
By M J Hartnett
Deputy Clark
July S. I*. 17. *. ISM
NOTICIl .
CONSTRUCTIVH
(NOPftOPH
INTHBCHCUITC
THEELEVSHTMJ
CIRCUIT* Fiq
AND FOR DADI (
Civil*
N*.SMU.
ACTION FOR Oil
OFMA88I,
IN RE ThekuntojJ
RUDOLFOFRlAJ
Petitioner
and
JADWUiAFRIAS
Respondent
TO Jadwiga Fnai
M2 Linden BIN
Apt No AJ
Brooklyn
YOl ARE HI
FIED that ansctaal
I utlon of Marntfi I
filed against you i
required to tervtso
wntten defensii ila _
A Norman Unxatrl
for Petitioner (ton
420 Lincoln Real,
Beach Fionas SIR j
the onginai aiu tat|
Um above before it I Y a
wise j default ell
Against v. u (or '
manded in the
petition
This notice thai! btp
once e. n wees I
secutlve eehi in
ISHFU'RIUIAN
WITNESB my ktall
seal of taid court it|
Florida <-. Uut 18
Jane 1W1
KICHArU'P
\- CUT* Ornate
I B) V* lllK?I
Ae Deputy <
i Circuit' 'ourtSeali
A Norman Dnicatr
420 loncoir. Koad
Miami Reach Fl* :
Attomev forHetm
June J6 Ju
IN TNR CIRCUIT COURT OF
THR ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
OADR COUNTY. FLORIDA
FAMILY DIVISION
C*l*Ne6l 8**JFC
_ NOTICE OF ACTION
" ESTHER PARKER.
Petitioner Wife
va
DAVID PARKER.
Retpondent ktoaband
TO: DAVID PARKER
U 8. Army
Company A
No 881 SS-18M
md A 2nd Infantry
Ft LawlaWaah.
YOU DAVID PARKER ar*
h*r*by notified to flte your
answer to UU* Petition tor Dto-
aohitton of Marriage with Um
"*rk of th* Court and mall a
rtTZrl?. PU*~F Attornar;
DANIEL GALLUP. SSM 8aj4
JJdo StrMt. Coral Oabtoai
Flortda SUM on or be tor*
July 10 1881. .tee p.ntlon will
*JfAan aa confaaaad
TSf>" *y of Jun*. 18* l j
RICMARDP BRINKER
Cterk Circuit Court
By Clarlnda Brown
Deputy Clark
*" Jun* IS. 16.3*.
^^__^_ Julys. 1M)
IN TMECI*CUIT(
FOR
DADE COUNTY
PR08ATIOIVI*
PiMM6.ll-'
Di.meeH
IN RE KSTATEOr
EMANt ELZAHLaa|
lie ceased
NirncB Of
ADMINISTHAT
Th* admini*tr*nlj
eUteofEMA^a"a^I
deceased FUe Nui
is prndUig in le I
tor Dad* OJBSRY
Probate Dlvkaos.^"
of which is TS
Str**t Miami. FL
name* and
peraonal r*(
Um peraonal
attorney are *l M
AU interetted p
oulred to file *a ]
WITHIN THHESI
THE FIRST PL!
of this Ntrnci
claims againal W* '
I SI any oRj^BW
terestedpersoslor-
waa malted thai ek
validity of the "Ul i
cations of the Darts
sentatlve.
Uon of Um court
ALL CLAIMS AjJO
tIons w>t so na
BE FORE VERB*
PuWleaUon of ik
oaJunsN 1
8181 CMIB-V^i
Miami fl*i*F"wa
forParat*
c5j8TOL*-ffl^
Miami. Ftorldkkw*
Tatephon. L


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Notes
*Je*i*tncrk#*n
***
Sobman
Kulak
I Barton S. Goldberg, president of Jefferson National Beak,
announced the following elections end appointments. Dr.
Lard A. Angle. Miami Beach physician, has been elected to
(Miami Beach branch advisory board; IHi R Stark.
} Biscayne resident and civic leader, has been elected to the
I Biscayne advisory board; Rosalind Ally has been appointed
slant cashier at the Miami Beach branch; Mrs. Margaret
Fubila has been appointed assistant cashier at the Kendall
ch: and Gary B. Cole, senior vice president of the Miami
rh branch, has been named a member of the Florida Bankers
i tion commercial lending committee.
E. Anthony Infante, president of Intercoatinental Bank an-
nced the appointment of John Schmidt as vice president of
jowntown branch.
Stephen M. Solomon has been named president of Seitlin
ining Corporation, specialists in estate planning and em
tree benefits. Solomon joined Seitlin and Company, the
rni corporation in 1974. Seitlin and Company serves 9.000
\e County business and individual clients.
J.I 1. Kisiak. current president of the Kislak Organization.
(national mortgage banking, financial services, real estate
I insurance brokerage company with headquarters in Miami.
(ida and Jewark. N.J. observed the 75th anniversary of the
pan>. founded by his father. Julius, with a luncheon held
ntly.
olomon. 81 Miami Beach. June
bin Chapel
Albert. Tv Hallandaie. June
Ml weiiutein
V N BlttS. 73. Miami: June 38
k rintc In
EK Sylvia. Bal Harbor. June
trslde Chapel
IN. Samuel.
. Iajuis.88. Hlaleah
Laune Ann. IS. Bay Harbor
Ira Tti Itlveralde
BON Kditri Sarah. SS. N Miami
June3S RIveralde Chapel
MorrU. SS. Miami Beach. June
vrrnde Chapel
*N. Mrs Mary. T3. Miami
June 23 Rubin Chapel
l.-ah Miami Baach. June 33
Dn Kuneral Home
ITHAL Harrlette. Miami
[.William M Bay Harbor 1 aland
22 Riverside Chapel
EIN George Miami Beach.
Rubin Memorial Chapel star
? wiiVmetery
IAN Max. TB. Miami Beach.
23 Rubin Chapel
CRMAN Mildred It 75. N
I Beach. June 2 Levitt
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CRSTEIN. M EUlott. Miami
fch June 23 Gutterman's.
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l.YMAN. Mra Sylvia. N Bay Village
June 34 Rubin Chapel
ROSEN. David.
SCARR Jacob, 84. Hollywood, June 34
Riverside Chapel
SHEINBAUM. Helen. 76. N Miami
Beach Riverside Chapel
SMALL. Ida. N Bay Village. June 24
Rubin Chapel
BOODNER. Harry. S4. North Miami.
June 38 Rubin Chapel
GERTNER. Blanche. Hollywood
RIveralde Chapel
LeBOl Sylvia HoUywood Rubin
Chapel
BEDA Ell. 70. Miami Rubtn Chapel
GREENE. Charles. North Miami, June
38 Riverside Chapel
LEVITT. Hannah. 77. Miami June 38
RIveralde Chapel
GREENFIELD. Abraham. North
Miami Baach. June SS
STERN. Ruth. Miami. June 36
HOFFMAN Abraham. Miami. June 34
Riverside Chapel
WOLF. Betty. SB. Tamarac. June 77
Riverside Chapel
BECKER. Sol. Miami Services In
LoulsvUla. K>
STEIN BORN. Raymond. 70. Hallan
dale Riverside Chapel
UNGER. Alexander. Dr. 74. North
Miami Beach. June 26
WARSHAFSKY. Morris. Hollywood.
June 37. Riverside Chapel
MINTZER. Florence. Miami Beach.
June 34 Riverside Chapel
KLEIN. Rose. Lauderdale Lakes. June
37 Star of David
GARDINER, Arthur. Bay Harbor
Islands
IS1CSON. Milton 73 Tamarac. June 26
1N8LER. Baatrlce. North Miami Beach.
June 91. Star of David Ml Netoo
Cemetery
PLOTCM. Belle. Miami Services In
New York.
Saul Haber, 72, 30 Year Resident
A Florida resident for over 30
years, Haber was originally from
Brooklyn. He was a 32nd Degree
Mason and a member of the Mahi
Shrine; Haber started the
Bowman Ash Student Loan
Fund at the University of Miami
and waa very active in the
MM
Dr. latvan E SS. June SO: Son of the
Hungarian novelist and playwrlte Alex
ander Brody Dr Brady was Uaural an
a lawyer and worked aa a newspaper
and magazine editor in Germany and
Hungary After World War II. ho eerved
aa economic attache In Germany for the
Hungarian government Later bo
worked aa an economic consultant In
Cuba and Hraril and during the last IS
years In the U.S. Dr. Brody la survived
by his wife. Judith: a niece and a
nephew Funeral services will bo
private Riverside Chapot
NELSON
Lillian. B. North Miami Beach, paaaad
away June SO. She had been a member
of the community for the past 38 years
She waa a devoted educator who served
In the Dade county school system for 30
Kears. She taught at JFK Junior High In
orth Miami Beach since It's IncepUon.
She waa a graduate of Hunter College
and a member of Hadassah and the
United Teachers of Dade. She la sur-
vived by her husband. Henry, sons.
Robert and Richard, slater. Rosalind
and brother. Nat. Riverside Chapel
SORKIN
John Fred. 87. North Miami Beach.
June SO: He came to Florida 38 years
ago from Philadelphia. He was a
member of Marten Gardens Menj Club.
He Is survived by his wife .Rita sisters
Anna. Etta, and Mary, brother, Meyer:
16 nieces and nephews Riverside
Chapel
COHEN
Rose. SO. of Hallandaie, passed away
June 37 Surviving are her husband.
Hyman. brother. William Mlchaelson.
sisters. Ida Avruch and Hanna Holler
Members of Hallandaie Jewish Center,
sisterhood choir. Hadassah: Zlmrtah
<"horal Group. Former President of
Sisterhood, member of North Shore
Branch Women's League Levitt
Weinateln
FOX
Joseph. 61. of HoUywood. passed away
lune 3S Survived by his wife. Beth,
sons, Stephen and Michael, daughters.
Marion and Carole, father. Hyman
brother Jesse, slaters, Mary and
Mollie. six grandchildren Member of
SALWIN.Kate. S3.Miami
SNYDER. C> R Miami Beach. June
23 Rubin Chapel.
SLAVIN. Lillian. 6 Miami. June 33
Riverside
ROSENFELD. Fannie. 83. June 18
RATHMAN. Minnie. SS. June 23
Riverside
AUGUST. Shirley. Miami
HARON. Rose 86. Miami. June 30
CHKKNIAK. Leo. Miami Beach. June
22 Rubin Chapel
DARLING. Wlluam. 80. Miami Beach
Newman Kuneral Home
HELLER. William, Miami Beach
Rubin Chapel
KERNEK. Joseph. SO. Hallandaie. June
KORMAN. Sophie. Miami Beach. June
34 Rubin Chapel
KRAVITZ. Helen, Miami Baach. June
37. Rubin Chapel.
KROOP. Clara Services in New York
KUDIN, Jeanette. Hollywood. June 36
Riverside Chapel
COHEN. Herman. Miami Beach. June
UUN. Sol. 77. Miami Beach. June 38
Rubin Chapel
POLLACK. Harry. North Miami Beach
June 34. Riverside Chapel
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THEIR BEREAVEMENT WILL ALWAYS REMAIN
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GORDON FUNERAL HOME
710 S. W. 12 Ave,, Miami
-. Phone 858-5566
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University of Miami Sustaining
Foundation. He was campaign
chairman for Ex-Governor of
Florida Ferris Bryant. A member
of Temple Emanu-El, he con-
tributed to the Olehi Torah and
many other religious charities
and organizations.
Jewish War Veterans Poet SIS Big
Brothers and Big Sisters of Broward
County.
PINKIL
Louis, TS, of Mlramer. passed away
June 24 Survived by his wife. Nettle,
sons Joseph and David, daughter. Lor
reine: two grandchildren: Member ol
Diamond Lodge number SOD. Levitt
Weinateln.
COHIN
Jacob, of North Miami Beach, passed
away Juno 38. Ha was a member of
Young Israel Ha Is survived by his wife,
Sylvia daughter. Adele Lebowttx, two
grandchildren and one greatgrandaon
Riverside Chapel
RUTMFIELD
Max. 68. of Miami Beach, passed away
June 38. He waa a resident here since
1848 Survived by wife, Eva: sons. Paul
and Ronald: Daughter. Amelia, three
grandchildren, brothers. Esward and
Abraham: sister, Betty. Rubin.Chapel
GOLDSTEIN
Eve, paaaed away on Tuesday June 23
Survived by husband. Iaadore: son.
Sheldon: sisters. Esther Diana, and
Guasle
ZIMMERMAN
The Honorable J Char lea 89. of Bay
Harbor Islands, paaaed away June 36.
Survived by wife. Sarah: sons Howard
and Arthur, five grandchildren: Levltt-
Weln stein.
LANDSMAN
Solomon. Bl. of Miami Beach, paaaed
away June 38. He waa a veteran of
World War I Survived by wife. Esther:
son. Stanford, slaters. Frances and
Sally Riverside Chapel
SILVERMAN
Grace. North Miami: paaaed away June
38 She Is survived by her daughters.
Florence and Estelle: brothers, Irving
and Ralph, slater. Jeanne: four grand-
children, one great grandchild: Levitt
We in stein
SHAFIROFF
Etta, 88. Miami Beach: paaaed away
June 37: She Is survived by her son.
Martin, daughter. Harriet: She waa a
member of Hadassah. Riverside
Chapel
OOSSICK
Marian. Miami, paaaed away June 28 In
New York. Came to Florida IS years
ago Survived by her husband. Harold,
daughters. Ruth Miller. Barbara Shoe
ket: son in law, Everett of Miami
Beach sister, Esther Melser and
brother-in-law. Jack of Miami Beach.
Grandchildren. Adena. Phillip, and
Rebecca. Riverside Chapel.
KREVAT
Mor.ls. 87, Miami Beach, paaaed away
June 24. Survived by his son. Sol of
Miami Beach: daughter. Ethel,
nephew. Sol Mr Krevat waa the
honorary Ice President of Beth Jacob
Congregate jci Rubin Chapel.
MAROER
Bernard. 70. Lauderhlll. and formerly of
Miami Beach, paaaed away June 33
Surviving are his wife Jean: eons.
Jeffrey and Dr. Donald, brother,
William, sister. Thalma Stem, and six
grandchildren. Services were held June
He is survived by bis wife.
Sherle; son. Dr. Julian Haber of
Texas; five grandchildren;
listers. Yetta. Pauline, and
Sadie; brothers. Sidney and
Phillip. Riverside Chapel.
POVLIN
Dr. Sheppard S., SO. Boca Raton. r
away June 21 A resident for U years,
formerly of New York Surviving are his
wife, Marcalla of Boca Raton: son. Ira
Povlln. duaghter Paula (Jim)
Spadacclnl of Charlotte Vt and five
grandchildren. Bar vices were held June
a at Rubin Chapel.
ARON
trying A.. N. Miami Beach, passed -
away June 21 A resident since 1884
formerly of New York Surviving are his
wife. Evelyn: daughters. Gllda Zeld-
man of N. Miami Beach. Carol Silver
teln of Palm Harbour and Susan Bell of
Clear-water, sisters, Jean Letner and
Pearl Gold both of Miami: 11 grand-
children and five great-grandchildren
Services were held at RIveralde Chapel.
APPELBAUM. Monroe C. 77. June IS.
Star of David Memorial Chape 1
COOPERSMTTH. Irving. Miami Beach
FRIEDENN. Irving. N.. Miami Beach
June IT Riverside Chapel.
OOLD8TEIN. Lee. 81. N. Miami. June
IT. RIveralde Chapel
KALLICK. Nathan C SS. N. Miami
Beach. June IT. Riverside Chapel.
SILVER. Norman.
GRAFF. Mra. Florence M 84. Miami.
June 18 Rubin Chapel.
JANUS, Mrs. Sarah, Miami Beach
Rubin Chapel
KLEINMAN. Samuel. S3, North Miami.
June 18. Riverside Chapel.
LEVY. Rosalind. Miami Beach Rubin
Chapel
REDER. Dr Benjamin. Miami. June
18 Riverside ChapeL
ROSENBLOUM. Harry M Coral
Gables. June 18. Riverside Chapel
ROSEN. Milton M 77. Hollywood. June
18. Riverside Chapel.
VAN DAMM. Edgar E.. TS. Pompano
Beach. June 18. Riverside Chapel.
BRUSKIN. Dr Martin Edward. June
18 Menorah Chapel.
GRANATE. Ousste.
KORCHNOY. Michael, S3, Miami
Beach. June 18. Riverside Chapel.
LEVrrz. Evelyn. June IS.
LEVY. Rosalind. Miami Rubin Chapel
MOSKOWrrz. Jacob J .78. HoUywood,
June 18 Riverside Chapel.
SEITLfcS. Joseph. Miami Beach Rubin
Chapel
SPECTOR. Dr Samuel. 75, HoUywood.
June 17 Levitt-Weinsleln Memorial
Chapel.
ALPERT. Murray. TT. N. Miami, June
31 Levltt-Welnsteln
GRABER, Louis H, 68. Lake Worth
June 18. RIveralde Chapel
KOCH. Gertrude. 83. Hollywood. June
IB Riverside Chapel
MESSE Rose, 87. Miami. June 33
STROMFELD. Murray H 87. Miami
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