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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
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Miami, Fla

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

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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THf JEWISH MEM
TT-Number 28 TWO SECTIONS
Miami. Florida Friday, July 10, 1981
fnd
s^ocft./ By Mail 80 Cents Price 50 Cente
Dayan's Back
-And Begin
Courts Him
JERUSALEM Israels election continues to teeter
in the balance in the nations effort to name a clear-cut
victor in last weeks contest pitting Prime Minister Mena
chem Begin against Shimon Peres, chairman of the Labor
Party. The election was so close that in its aftermath tne
results were considered a dead-heat.
But odds were then, and they remain that way today,
that Prime Minister Begin will be the most likely one to be
called upon by President Navon to form a new govern-
ment.
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ladrid Report
inally, Jews Win 'Full Rights'
n MICHAEL FOONER
IADRID The Jews of
In are due to receive a
charter of full ren-
ts rights."' through leg-
lion called the most lib-
ever known during
2.000-year history in
[country.
n some points, the protec-
of Jewish religion and cul-
vsill become greater in Spain
in many countries with long-
ing liberal traditions." said
|uil Toledano, Secretary
ral of the Federation of
Ish Communities of Spain.
and chief negotiator in the draft-
ing of the legislation
Many precepts of Judaism are
given legal recognition under the
new law, and the organized
Jewish community is granted
legal authority to conduct
religious-based facets of daily
life. Among the rights being ex-
tended are those affecting educa-
tion, family status and property,
taxation, jobs and the position of
rabbis.
A NOTABLE feature of the
new law is the establishment of
equal status for Jews and Chris-
tians. Observers consider this re-
markable after Spain's long his
tory of Church supremacy
Jews, synagogues and rabbis
will have exactly the same rights,
privileges and protection as
Catholics, churches and priests,
even though Jews are a tiny
minority estimated at 12.000
- of Spain's 38.000.000 popula-
tion.
Drafting of the legislation was
completed during the first week
of May. according to Toledano,
and officially placed before the
Ministry of Justice which has ju-
risdiction for carrying it through
the Spanish Cortes. or
Parliament.
A favorable vote is anticipated,
with passage before the end of
Continued on Page 8-A


Sadio Talk Shows
o Hosts Bait Hate-Callers?
fHIl.ADKLPHIA A
keering study of racial
reugwua bias on radio
nn programs has found
t>oth hosts and callers
these programs
jjuently make negative
barks about various
la I and religious groups,
the overall finding of the
barch, conducted here is
that disparaging comments
about different ethnic
groups outnumber compli-
mentary statements by
more than 8 to 1 on the
specific programs that were
analyzed. The study found
ulso that hosts on these
shows sometimes seem
deliberate^ to 'bait" their
listeners into making racial
slurs.
THE RESEARCH, which was
sponsored by the Philadelphia
Chapter of the American Jewish
Committee, and conducted by
Dennis T. Lowry. associate
professor of communications at
Temple University, consisted of
an analysis of three Philadelphia
talk shows. Prof. Lowry s report
on his findings has just been
Continued on Page 10-A
BEG IN'S Likud Party
bloc appears to have won 48
seats, with Peres garnering
47. The one-vote edge came
as a consequence of
tallying the results of
YOtes among the military in
the field, and it hardly
s..-emed enough for Begin to
claim a mandate.
Interior Minister Yosef Burgs
National Religious Party, with
its six seats in the Knesset, was
the first and obvious object of
courtship both by Begin and
Peres. The NRP. which had
bolted from its traditional role as
a coalition partner of the ruling
Labor Party four years ago, and
established a new and similar role
with Likud, quickly declared last
week that it would stick with
Likud. But then things appeared
to change.
Early this week, the newspaper
Davar reported that Burg had
been approached by Begin with
an offer of the vice premiership.
The Interior Minister's aides
have since denied that such an
offer had in fact been made.
THIS IS an important con-
sideration because it is linked to
the sudden appearance in the
limelight of former Foreign
Minister Mosha Dayan. who ran
.is candidate for his own re-
l inl ly -formed Telem Party
Da van won only two seats last
\M-ek and promptly confessed
that it was obvious that the
Israeli electorate had rejected
him. And so. of course, his two
s.ats were up to the highest
bidder.
This meant that Begin could
join his Likud bloc to the follow-
ing coalition possibilities: Na-
Continued on Page 3-A
Moshe Dayan
Israel: Nyet
UJSL, Egypt
Sign Nucleat]
Agreement
WASHINGTON (JTA) -
The United States and Egypt
have signed a nuclear cooperation
agreement which Secretary of
State Slexander Haig termed a
"model" for peaceful nuclear co-
operation.
This is precisely the kind of
agreement that we need in the
Mideast," Haig told reporters
after the State Department cere-
monv in which he and Egyptian
Minister of Electricity Mo-
hammed Osman Abaza signed
the accord. Haid said that Israel
has been kept abreast" of the
agreement. Congress has 60 days
Continued on Page 3-A
tor and the Mediterranean Mouse
Report New Substance Makes Them More Amorous
By HUGH ORGEL
TEL AVIV (JTA) Attitudes toward sex among
Mediterranean peoples were discussed IjJJ^"*";
sixth Mediterranean Conference on Sexology held here.
According to the French sexologist, Gilbert Tord^nan
both sexes in Mediterranean countries live according to
concepts of the middle ages as far as sex is concerned.
"FOR THEM, sex is characterized by a strong sense
of culpability, neurotic behavior and by a deprecating
attitude toward women/" he told the 50 participants from
Israel, France. Spain and Italy in the course of a dis-
cussion of sex and religion and adolescent sexuality. The
delegates paid particular attention to the influence of
Jewish, Christian and Moslem beliefs on sexuality.
The Mediterranean Conference is one of three inter-
national symposiums on sex being held in Israel this
month. The seventh conference of the International
Continued on Page 3-A


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The Jewish National Fund honors Ira Hirschmann as a noted diplomat, lecturer and author,
at a recent reception celebrating the publication of his latest book, 'The Awakening, The
Story of the JNF.' Left to right are Moshe Sheinbaum, Shengold Publishers; Hirschmann;
Rabbi William Berkowitz, president of the Jewish National Fund; Dr. Samuel I. Cohen,
executive vice president.
Headlines
Rabbi Wins National Bible Contest
Kabhi Dov Edelstein of Temple Israel. Bay
City. Mich is the winner of the National Bible
Contest, which is part of the International Bible
Contest for Adults. Arthur Levine. chairman of
the World Zionist Organization-American Section
Department of Education and Culture, an-
nounced the result of the contest in New York
City.
Levine said Kabbi Edelstein scored highest
in both the oral and written tests and was
awarded a week's free trip to Jerusalem beginning
Aug. 27. Kabbi Edelstein will represent the
United States at the International Bible Contest
for Adults from 25 nations to take place in Jeru-
salem on Sept. 2.
Rabbi Edelstein was born in Sal mar Hun-
gary, and educated in the Yeshivas of Vishnitz.
Satmar and Nirbatur.
Two major Jewish organizations have urged
Jewish scholars to turn down invitations to an in-
ternational conference to be held in Israel in
August under the auspices of the Unification
Church of the Rev. Sun Myung Moon.
In a joint letter to a large group of distin-
guished Jewish scholars. Bertram H. Gold,
executive vice president of the American Jewish
Committee, and Henry Siegman, executive direc-
tor of the American Jewish Congress, character-
ized the Moon invitation as an effort "to gain re-
spectability through the association by the
church with names of well-known and respected
scholars."
Charging that the writings of Rev. Moon
"are distinctly anti-Semitic," the Gold-Siegman
letter asserted that "numerous Jewish homes
have been thrown into turmoil and parents sub-
jected to severe suffering as a result of the activi-
ties of the Unification Church."
A new kind of keepsake for Bar-Bat Mitrvah
children and their families has been produced by
the National Federation of Temple Sisterhoods
and the Union of American Hebrew Congre-
gations. It is a book in which celebrants and their
parents can record and preserve the details of the
religious ceremony and the personal prayers they
spoke on the bimoh.
The 32-page book, hardbound and illustrated
in color, provides space for Torah and Haftarah
portions in both Hebrew and English. Other sec-
tions are designed to keep a record of the family
tree and the child's Jewish education, the guest
list, and personal notes and comments concerning
the special occasion.
The American Jewish Committee has cabled
President Francois Mitterrand its gratification
that the French government now will apply fully
its law against economic boycott.
The previous French administration twice
issued directives to prevent application of the
1977 law passed against racial, religious, and
ethnic boycotts, declaring that this legislation did
not apply to trade with the Middle East.
With these directives. Premier Raymond
Barre's government effectively thwarted the
French Parliament's desire to keep French busi-
nesses from cooperating with the Arab anti-Israel
boycott.
In asking Fraruv I new Premier. Piam
Mauroy. to annul the directive, this past week
President Mitterrand was keeping a promise
made to the Representative Council of Jewish Or-
ganizations of France (CRIFl prior to his election.
said May nartl I \\ ishner. president of the A.K
\ pre school enter for 90 children from the
Italian mountain town of Potenza. whose horn.
had bam destroyed in the November. 19H() earth-
quake, was formally dedicated last month, ac-
cording to Henry Taub. president of the Ameri
can Jewish Joint Distribution Committee (JDCl
"The JIX' contribution of 1(H) million lire
(S108.000I toward the construction of the pre
fabricated center was made possible by the gen-
emus response of the American Jewish com
munitv to the suffering of the earthquake vic-
tims, said Taub.
JDC executive vice president Ralph I
man noted that Potenza has special meaning for
Jews. "Jews. he said, were interned there dur
ing World War 11 and were hidden from the Nazis
by local residents. Participating in this project."
he added, has given us an opportunity to give
expression to a humanitarian concern and at the
same time to say thank you to the Italian people
for their kindness, past and present."
B'nai B'rith International President Jack J.
Spitzer. speaking on behalf of the Conference of
Presidents of Major Jewish Organizations, has
advised a congressional subcommittee that the
Conference supports another one-year approval of
Most Favored Nation status for Rumania but ad-
vocates continued close scrutiny as well as pro-
cedural changes in the way Rumania require*
emigration applications to be made.
Testifying before the House Ways and
Means Subcommittee on Trade considering ex
Usnding Rumania's MFN status, the B'nai B'rith
president declared that "we find the agreement
(on freer Jewish emigration from Rumania) is
being substantially fulfilled, and we have receivec
cooperation from the Rumanian government, but
many problems are still to be resolved."
Can an individual or organization sue the
government for violating the Constitution even if
SJ !Jj a:;tk,n ""*** no economic
harm Yes savs the American Jewish Congress
" ref/d~ w,th the U S Supreme CouVtin
support of a Pennsylvania group that claims the
government violated the Constitutional separa
IS .crTi-'nd 5*5 by vin 8urPlua pV
erty to a Christian school.
The case in question involves a surplus army
hospital winch, the former Department of Heakh
Education and Welfare gave to Valley Forge
Christian College in 1976. ^
Ilnitlh Pnn8y,v*n Chapter of Americana
United for Separation of Church and Steteaued
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aaecunan institution to which the government
could not g,ve financial aid without vW.S?
E-Ublishment Clause of the Constitution^
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Says
Carter Aide
Results Won't Matter
To Talks Outcome
DayarVs Back
And Begin Courts His Knesset Sets
By DAVID FRIEDMAN
WASHINGTON -
PA) Harold Saunders,
sistant Secretary of
ite for Near Eastern and
ith Asian Affairs in the
ter Administration,
licted that no matter
io won the elections in
lael it would not "pro-
an easy job" for
lencan officials who
it to "press forward"
ih the Middle East peace
:ess.
Answering questions at
rheon of the Women's
fional Democratic Club. Saun-
explained that Israel is not
fcted" over what to do about
West Bank and Gaza Strip
any solution will result in a
It ioriaJ trauma of some sort.
NOTED that the present
rernment of Prime Minister
nachem Begin may provide
difficulties in the "long
than the opposition Labor
fty because of its claims to
ereignty over the West Bank,
at the same time, a strong
ktwing government might
}e a greater capacity to deliver
cessions. "Five years ago no
would have predicted that
Minister Begin would have
tided over the compromises
agreements that were
lieved in 1978 and 1979." he
lunders, who was involved in
i Camp David agreements and
I all Egyptian-Israeli negotiav
is from the interim agree
its in 1974, said the Camp
trid accords "cannot be
ipped," although the U.S.
have to go beyond them to
Ive other parties, particularly
Palestinians
le stressed that "neither a
estinian settlement nor an
to-Israeli peace will ensure
:>ility in the Middle East."
he said there could be no
idle East solution or perman-
peace for Israel without
nng the Palestinian problem.
IAUNDERS, who
is now a
U.S., Egypt
Sign Pact
Continued from Page 1-A
[accept or reject the new i
THE AGREEMENT allows
Jerican companies to sell
pt reactors and uranium for a
)00-megawatt electric
Iterator. State Department Di-
stressed that the agree-
it gives the U.S. the option of
iring spent nuclear fuel if
^ a i danger of it being
averted for military use. U.S.
Scials said that another safe-
rd is a requirement that the
processing of spent fuel take
ce in a third country agreed
>n both by Egypt and the U.S.
The agreement grew out of an
irmal offer of nuclear co-
ition made by President
ton to both Egypt and Israel
1974, which was not im-
tmented. Israel was offered an
ement in 1979 similar to the
accepted by Egypt but re-
it because it required in
ktional inspection of Israeli
clear facilities.
resident fellow at the American
Enterprise Institute, said that
whether a Palestinian solution
requires direct involvement of the
Palestine Liberation
Organization is something the
negotiators will have to deter-
mine among themselves.
But, he observed, "There is no
doubt in my mind the PLO
will play a role in this process."
He added, "If they are not at the
table they will play a role behind
the scenes" whether through the
Egyptians, the Jordanians or the
West Bank Palestinians who are
negotiating.
Asked about the proposed sale
of AWACS reconnaissance air-
craft to Saudi Arabia, Saunders
said he believes the U.S. should
have a close relationship with
Riyadh which means providing
the Saudis with modern military
equipment from time to time,
while at the same time safe-
guarding the security of Israel.
IN HIS prepared speech.
Saunders called tor a "national
consensus" and a bipartisan
foreign policy to deal with the
Middle East and the Persian Gulf
Coatinned from Page 1-A
tional Religious Party, six seats;
Agudat Yisrael, four seats; and
Tami, which split off from Burg's
NRP. two seats.
At this point, it is still not clear
whether Tami's two seats might
not wind up with yet a third.
Dayan's two Telem seats could
therefore mean a Likud coalition
of 63.
The problem in terms of this
strategy is that the NRP and
Tami are not talking Burg re-
mains angered by Tami's bolting
of his party. And so Burg con-
tinues to threaten Begin with the
possibility that he may not join
the Likud coalition after all. It is
for this reason that, on Tuesday,
he announced that neither Begin
nor Peres had a clear mandate to
form a new government, and that
it might be better for everyone
concerned if Begin remained at
the head of a caretaker govern-
ment until new elections later in
the year.
FOR ALL these reasons. Begin
and his Likud have been courting
Dayan's two Telem seats for all
they are worth. And, given that
Burg would bring his NRP into
the coalition after all, the Davar
report declared that Burg had
been offered the vice premiership
in order to make way for Dayan
Shimon Peres: So close, and
now out in the cold.
to take over Dr. Burg's present
job as Israeli negotiator in the
Palestinian autonomy talks with
Egypt.
While Burg himself has not
reacted so far. one Burg spokes-
man, the NRP s Rabbi Haim
Druckman, already telephoned
Prime Minister Begin to de-
nounce the deal. It was reported
that Begin assured Druckman
that he had made no such offer
either to Burg or Dayan in the
first place.
Meanwhile. Agudath YIsrael's
four seats are a virtual certainty
for the Prime Minister. After a
meeting with Begin early this
week, Avraham Shapiro, leader
of Agudath Yisrael. declared:
"Our voters fell in love not with
the Likud or Labor Parties, but
with Menachem Begin person-
ally. I certainly will recommend
we join the coalition."
Amorous Mediterranean Mice
Continued from Page 1-A
Academy of Sexual Research was told that Hebrew Uni-
versity scientists have developed a medication which en-
hances the sexual performance of mice. It has not been
tried on humans. The participants in both conferences
attended the fourth World Congress of Sexuality in Jeru-
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Coalition Possibilities
Suddenly, Moshe Day an is in the limelight
again. His two Telem Party seats are the object of
Prime Minister Begins affections, although the two
men long ago had a falling out. Given that Da van
joins Begins Likud coalition, the Prime Minister is
reported to have offered Dayan the post presently
occupied by Inter Minister Yosef Burg as Israel's
chief negotiator in the autonomy talks with Egypt.
This is the main reason behind Burg's sudden
cooling of ardor for his National Religious Party's
union with Likud, and for Burg's call early this week
for new elections later in the fall predicated on his
new-found conviction that neither Begin nor Shimon
Peres, the Labor Party's chairman, can rightly be
called upon to form a new government.
Odds are that Begin will be called upon nonethe-
less and that Burg's NRP and their six seats in
the Knesset will find their way into the Likud coali-
tion in the end.
After all, the NRP left Labor for Likud in 1976;
it is not likely to give up this seat of swing-power in
1981 simply because Burg is peeved.
In any case, Dayan is back and Begin's got him.
Given Dayan"s sense for the dramatic, things should
be considerably more exciting in coming Knesset
sessions. Given also that all of this works out, and
Begin cements his new Likud bloc.
Our Flag Flew All Alone
Conservative Logistics
The Moynihan-Packwood-Roth legislative pro-
posal calling for a tax assist of $250 the first year and
$500 thereafter to parents of private school children
poses an interesting problem for the conservative
policies of the new Reagan Administration.
On the one hand, there is no doubt that the
President represents a clear sense of identification
with matters of family life and religious affiliation. In
this set of circumstances, the right-to-life forces
trumpeting their anti-abortion cause and the
religious organizations pressing for greater ex-
pression of religious practice in the public schools are
being given a decided boost to their causfc.
The Moynihan-Packwood-Roth proposal is a
clear example of that cause, and one would think that
it has clear sailing ahead.
On the other hand, the President's fiscal policies
aimed at cutting back government spending and. as
Mr. Reagan puts it, "getting the government off the
backs of the people," militate against this proposal.
And so the question narrows to this: should the fed-
eral government budget as an expense the loss of re-
venues in payments to people who decide to send
their children to a parochial school?
It will be interesting to see just which part of the
new conservatism wins.
It's All the Same
The signals from France are mixed. There was
great jubilation in the Jewish community there when
Francois Mitterrand unseated Valery Giscard d'Es-
taing. Now, French Jews are considerably cooled,
and they are prone to second thoughts.
Mitterrand's reaction to Israel's attack on the
Iraqi reactor took them back to the icy days of the
elegant, aristocratic Giscard, whose affection for
Araby put the finishing touches on the old Charles de
Gaulle decision to put Israel low down on the French
totem pole. That was, perhaps, to be expected.
But those fancy Mitterrand statements about
Israel he made before the elections are now no more
than a footnote to history. Now that he is comfor-
tably ensconced in the Elysees Palace, Francois Mit-
terrand pursues French-Arab ties with a vengeance.
It was the French themselves who said it: The
more things change, the more they remain the same.
The dizzy flight from Giscard to Mitterrand was
change enough. But nothing really has.
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OURS was the only house with
a flag flying outside on July 4.
Actually, it wasn't flying because
Old Glory stood limply in the
blazing sun, a bundle of stripes-
Only close up. could you see some
stars. But limply or not, it stood
there in proud commemoration of
the day. We were out by eight
that morning to raise it.
We saw no other in our neigh-
borhood the rest of the day, al-
though between cups of coffee
over the newspaper, one or the
other of us would peer out
anxiously to see if more flags had
suddenly and. by then, mira-
culously appeared to join ours.
AFTER A while, there was a
sense of embarrassment that
seized us. The patriotic pride that
impelled us to fly the flag in the
first place soon turned to shame.
You know how it is. There are
the old jokes about John Wayne
Americans. There are the po-
litical assessments of kooks who
wrap their quackery in the flag to
Mai ><*
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make it seem respectable. There
are the orators exorting sacrifice
from others, never from them-
selves, borne on the magic carpet
of Old Glory. These, all of them,
are the socially passionate whom
we call flag-wavers.
I suppose suddenly we saw
ourselves in this last category if
no other, and we were em-
barrassed because we were alone.
But we did not feel that way for
long.
I* IT WERE no. ok.
ouldh.ve.tretcS;H
a frame so everyone col j
easdy. stars and sirite^jl
the moon, where the* J3
for things to waVe inM,*l
of nature. Just as tha*Vj
m Miami on a sultry suaV"/
as a matter of nature TT
have stretched it to eu
its loneliness as n,n
dictment.
The lapse was ,
showing a sense of aatWJ
and gratitude The lapsTa*!!
others', our neighbor, hT
to show theirs. Patriotism L
in itself, a sentimental i
It is not a bludgeon aW
unity of thought and
Patriotism. AmericanptUng
a commitment to divenatrl
the excitement of ei
tion, the willingness to
change in the hope of
ment.
We flew our flag on July 4l
celebrate these thing, |
America, and in retrospect aJ
sad that our neighbors did i
join us The quest ion is no L
that we were momentanlt
erroneously embarrassed i
being alone in this Thei
is why we were alone
ONE REASON. I suspect,!
that, with apologm to To
our nation is in the grip of |
shock We h.i\ .ueled i
road of daclim World
II from the v.. fourj
iM.-nil.iin v i oad mirWl
two other war- *i fought
lost. We an- m .< economic!,
spin at this \. I
0 longer In | ntrol ofouri
tmns. of our destim js t pea
but chained b) p ... Third Wt,
forces instead thai liacknui]
into immoral, pragmatic ch
of reaction W. an ikin$l
and out ol ih. \p.ufican
once laced by tnarblad m_
fat into the lean .md absu
years of aHharg) ind
despair.
Another reason is that tht|
vious me geiHT.ition" h_
which we though t moved si
fact still with us We live it i"
as an antidote to our aM
Continued on Pagf 9-A
Falwell Raises Ever More Questions
Friday. July 10. 1981
Volume 54
8TAMUZ5741
Number 28
Crisscrossed by contradictions.
Rev. Jerry Falwell s religio
political thundering herd
Moral Majority. Inc appears
now to be raising more questions
than it can answer.
Frequently citing love for
Israel and Jews everywhere.
Moral Majority seems to have
flashed the wrong signals to Rev.
Dan Fore, chairman of its New
York State Chapter and pastor of
the Metro Baptist Church.
Brooklyn. Clergyman Dan
recently said he loves the Jewish
people dearly, but then went on
to utter a condemnation
reminiscent of opinions held by
America's late super-anti-Semite.
Rev Gerald L. K. Smith. Said
Mr. Fore: "Jews have a God-
given ability to make money,
almost a supernatural ability to
make money. They control the
media, they control the city."
THEN THERE'S the matter
of political clout. Does Mr. Fal-
well, who estimates that the
homilies he sends out to some 16
million over 400 stations bring in
65 million s year, get into
politics with his Moral Majority
steamroller or doesn't he?
Early in the game, there was
an undisputed claim that up in
Ahuka, Moral Majority had
taken over the Republican state
organization. But a few weeks
ago. when Mark Siljander won a
primary fourth Congressional
Michigan fight to seek David
Stockman s seat. Moral Majority
trumpeted Siljander as its boy
only to have the winner declare
Robert
Segal
he w.is sick and tired atioui hear
ing of the Moral Majority Seems
MM didn't send any staff people
into the district after giving Nil
jander a 100 percent rating
In his own full-page advertise
ment for support. Mr. Falwell
spells it out this way: (A) "We
are not attempting to elect 'born-
again' candidates.' and (Bl "Our
support of candidates is based on
the candidate's commitment to
the principles we espouse and his
competency." And further con-
fusing the innocent observer, Mr.
Falwell has stated flatly that one
reason Moral Majority doesn't
endorse candidates is the fear of a
loss at the polls.
LAST FALL. Mr. Falwell.
preaching at his Liberty Baptist
Church. Lynchburg, Va., when
Presidential candidate Ronald
Reagan was a speaker also, said
thst God hears only Christian
prayers, echoing the more point
ed theological observation of
Rev Bailey Smith that God
Almighty does not hear the pray-
ers of a Jew
SS won*r that Moral Ma
jonty backfire is heard frequently
now. Ix>ts of Americans.
eluding man\ woo want thej
emment off their barks
don't want MM on their
either Thus, registeriaf,
opposition to the Falwell
ment. some i South
Baptists meeting not longafsl
Dallas, warned that the kind/
effort represent>^: b) Mori.
jority "is an illegitimate atte
. to judge s person Chnsta
on the basis of his agreement^
disagreement with the i
lives on a narrow list
issues."
To this opposition can
added that of Father Theod
liesburgh. president of >*
Dame; Charles V HergstonJ
rector of the American Lutf
Council's Office of 'low
Affairs (saying "they've
lost their souls to tbe
wing").
WOULD AMERICA
suffer for long a surge
Ayatollahism? Will *
now wear Moral Majority
tons have the good sens* uu
on Rev. Billy Grahams
"Attempts to spread the oca"!
through television risks tnep
falls of excessive pride. ?
on worldly methods,.and
tuation with success"?
One watcher of the MonJ*
jority stampede ">*JLA
ington has sharply ""W*""*!
a valid criticism of u*
ment: "Moral Majority
not only to politicize reu*
to religionize politics
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Splinter Parties Lose
In Israel Voting
By HUGH ORGEL
, AVIV (JTA) In the
ning. both Menachem
and Shimon Peres claimed
, in the Knesset elections,
Ming their enthusiastic
L workers in the early
I of the morning. The
Joa were the closest in Is-
[history.
rv. hours after the an-
rt.ment of the sUtistical
ft ion showing Labor with a
, lead. Peres said it ap-
, clear he would be called on
President to form the next
bon
. hour or so later with the
|tied. Begin mocked Peres'
tying it ns obvious that
J would again form a coali-
Cit h the religious parties and
mild be done within a day or
EVEN before Peres
amateur statisticians
to their television screens
H the country, decided that
. with 49 Knesset seats
on about 40 percent of the
minted would not be able
n the religious parties to
.1 loalition. At the same
they felt that Begin too
not be able to form a
(. workable government.
^ud appeared confident they
be able to attract the sup-
not only of the six National
Sous Party seats and the five
V'udat Israel but also the
\r three seats won by Aharon
Hat/eira s new Tami Party,
has indicated readiness to
th lieg'n
eir enthusiasm diminished
reports that the NRP would
to serve in a coalition with
| ll.it/eiia because of his de-
In from their ranks and the
establishment of his new party
which had made serious inroads
among NRP supporters, cutting
its Knesset representation by
half.
NRP LEADER Yosef Burg did
not slam the door on joining a
Labor-led coalition but indicated
that the party would prefer to go
with Begin. Observers said much
depended on the price that Begin
or Peres would be prepared to
pay for NRP and Agudat Israel
support.
The elect'00 virtually wiped
out a number of small parties,
and their representatives spoke
bitterly of "treachery" by the
Labor Alignment. Sheli's Meir
Payil said Labor's insistence on
the need for a large majority to
oust Begin had attracted many
voters who did not realize how
essential it was to have smaller
parties in the Knesset to act as a
brake on the monolithic parties.
Shulamit Aloni, reduced to
one-woman representation,
appeared shocked at the dashing
of her hopes to lead a sizeable
party whose voice would be heard
on social affairs.
SHMUEL Flatto Sharon.
whose ouster from the Knesset
may mean he is open to ex-
tradition to France on embezzle-
ment charges as well as liable to a
prison sentence and Tines in Is-
rael, walked out of a television
panel show of "small parties"
when the projected results were
announced.
Agudate Israel representatives
said they would have to consult
their Council <>f Sages the
panel of rabbis which runs all
\guda affairs, religious and
political before deciding on
their next political move
Big Surprise: Arabs
Voted Labor Party
Bv GIL SEDAN
KRUSALEM (JTA)
there was any surprise
Inesset elections it was
strong support Israel's
h voters gave the Labor
jnment at the expense
ladash, the Communist
it faction sponsored by
pro-Moscow Rakah
ty. The results in the
b sector marked the
setback for the Com-
lists there in 22 years.
ikah won four Knesset seats.
one from the outgoing
Bset while Labor gained al-
three seats from Arab votes
augh there were only two
>s on the election list.
ish won 60.000 or 40 percent
ie Arab votes, and remains
strongest Arab party in
i'i Considering that it had
51 percent of the Arab vote
1977. its showing is regarded
I major political defeat.
IE LABOR Alignment won
100 Arab votes, 3.000 of them
lie Communist stronghold of
ireth. This was an increase of
percent over previous
tions. According to political
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Druze who had previously
supported Labor defec-
ted, apparently because
of Alignment sympathy
with the Arab village of
Kufer Yassif which was
attacked by Druze
villagers three months
ago.
analysts. Labor s strong showing
among the Arab population was
in large measure a protest
against the Likud government.
But it also indicated that Israeli
Arabs ignored directives from the
Palestine Liberation Or-
ganization to vote Communist
and made their choice out of
purely "Israeli" considerations.
Three minor independent Arab
lists failed to win sufficient votes
to gain Knesset representation.
Former Foreign Minister Moshe
Dayan's Telem Party which has
campaigned hard in the Arab
sector, polled only 100 votes, all
from Negev Bedouins.
The Labor Alignment suffered
a defeat among the Druze. Ac
cording to a still incomplete tally,
most of their votes went to
Sheikh Jaber Mu'adi, a member
of the outgoing Knesset. Likud
ranked second among the Druze.
the Communists third and Labor
fourth.
Druze who had previously sup-
ported Labor defected, ap
parently because of Alignment
sympathy with the Arab village
of Kufer Yassif which was at-
tacked by Druze villagers three
months ago.
In the shadow of the Kremlin, unofficial Moscow Jewish religious studies teacher Ilya
,Eliyahu) Essas (right), guides his pupils through the Talmud. Photo was obtained by the
Student Struggle for Soviet Jewry. In recent months, Essas group and other Jewish self-study
circles have been subjected to severe harassment and threats by the KUB.
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Rhode Island First
Felony to Defame Persons, Property
PROVIDENCE (JTA) A
bill declaring it a felony to dese-
crate property or to defame or
terrorize any person or group, has
been passed by the State legis-
lature and signed by Gov. J.
Joseph Garrahy. making Rhode
Island the first state to have such
a law on its books, according to
the Rhode Island Coalition
Against Bigotry, a co-sponsor of
the measure.
It was sponsored by the
Governor's Office and introduced
by Senate Majority Leader Rocco
Qualtrocchi. It declares in part
that "Any person, with the intent
of terrorizing another or group of
others or in reckless disregard of
terrorizing another or group of
others or with the intent of
threatening any injury to the
person, reputation or property of
another or group of others .
shall be punished by imprison-
ment ... for no more than two
years or by a fine of not more
than $5,000 or by both ..." It
defines as felonious acts the
burning or desecration of a cross
or religious symbol or the display
of "a sign, mark, symbol, emblem
or other physical impression, in-
cluding but not limited to a Nazi
swastika on the property of
another or group of others."
A SECOND conviction on any
of the charges enumerated would
carry the penalty of up to ten
years' imprisonment and up to
$15,000 fine or both
The Coalition Against Bigotry
is a group of 32 organizations
convened by the National Con-
ference of Christians and Jews at
the request of citizens who ex-
perienced personal harassment.
threats and phone calls from
persons identifying themselves
as members of the neo-Nazi party
and the Ku Klux Klan.
Its chairman is Rev. Paul
Gillespie and its constituents in-
clude the Jewish Federation of
Rhode Island, the Rhode Island
Board of Rabbis, the Anti-
Defamation League of B'nai
B'rith and the American Jewish
Committee.
Norman Orodenker. vice chair-
man of the Coalition, noted that
"Until now. painting a swastika
on a tombstone was merely a
misdemeanor; punishment for
such a crime was merely a hand
slap Even if the offender was
caught, law enforcement agencies
could not do much. Now we have
given teeth to these agencies."
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they also have the reputation of becoming an integral part d the communitythey
live in. And Scotland is no exception.
Glasgow pnde> itself on having the only Jewish pipe-band in
the world. And one of the city's largest kilt-makers is Jewish.
Scotland's most famous product is fine Scotch whisky. And
Amok Ba favorite scotch is J&B. We carefully select the finest scotches |
and blend them for Miux>thness and subtlety. The result is why we say
that J&R whispers.
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By July 17
Israel's Raid Still Under 'Review'
By DAVID FRIEDMAN
WASHINGTON -
(JTA) The Reagan Ad-
ministration confirmed that
it will complete before July
17 its "review" of whether
Israel violated its arms
agreement with the United
States by using American-
made weapons to destroy
the Iraqi nuclear reactor
.June 7.
The Administration also
nmnsd to imply that the future
shipment "f F-16 jet fighters to
Isianl dspsodi on its lifting the
-u>|HTiMon of delivery of four F-
16s imposed June 10. However,
all other arms are being delivered
as scheduled.
BOTH THE White House and
the State Department Issued
statements declaring that the re-
view is still going on. but "it ex-
pects it to be completed before
any decision is required on future
shipments of F-16s." This means
July 17 when six more F-16s are
scheduled to be sent to Israel.
Stale Department spokesman
Dean Fischer continued to stress
however that any new deliveries
of F-16s are not linked with the
four planes suspended in June
Sources noted, however, that the
\dminist ration had originally
e.\|H"cted the review to be com-
pleted before a decision had to be
No Reports to Confirm
Rumor Syria Moved Missiles
TEL AVIV (JTA) Army sources said they had
no information to confirm reports by Christian Phalangist
radio stations in Beirut that the Syrians had moved their
SAM -6 missiles away from the Zahle area of Lebanon.
THE REPORTS followed an announcement that
Lebanese army units had replaced Phalangist forces in the
Syrian-surrounded town, which might have led to a
lessening of tension. It was the presence of the missiles
there, following the downing by Israeli planes of two
Syrian helicopters, which had sparked the missile crisis.
Prime Minister Menachem Begin has threatened to
remove the missiles by force if they are not removed
through the quiet diplomacy undertaken by U.S. special
envoy Philip Habib.
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Conceivably, the Administra-
tion, which has condemned Israel
for the Iraqi raid, could bar all
future deliveries of F-16s. Israel
to date has received .r>3 of the 75
F-16s it ordered in 1978.
MOST OBSERVERS in
Washington expect the Adminis-
tration to give approval for the 10
planes the four suspended in
June and the six scheduled to be
delivered July 17. which it has
already been reported will be OS
livered. Bui Fischer discourag.il
all speculation saying to do so
would be to "prejudge the Ad
ministration s conclusion of the
revis*
Karlier Fischsf insisted that
than is no link between the re-
view and the six F-16s and that
no decision has been made on
whether they would go to Israel
as scheduled on July 17 He ex
plained that a decision is needed
as a "routine technical matter"
e\ en though the delivery date has
alread> l>een scheduled since once
a manufacturer notifies the Ad-
ministration that a weapon is
ready for shipment, an Ad-
ministration official must sign
the release for shipment abroad
Meanwhile, Congress has slso
BSSfl conducting a review of the
Israeli raid F.ilher it or the Ad
ministration could cut off arms to
Israel Hearing- wen- held by
I Kith the Senate Foreign Rela-
tions Committee and Mouse
Foreign Affairs Committee
follow in^; Secretary of State
Mexander liaig's notification to
Congress on June 10 that a sub-
stantial violation by Israel of
the arms agreement may have
occurred.'
FISCHER SAID the Adminis
tration is conducting the review
b\ itself, and in cooperation with
Congress He said it is con-
ceivable that Congress could
complete Us stud) before July 17
although he denied the Admuii-
tration WSJ giving Congress a
deadline
Fischer also denied that the
Administration was linking its
decision on the F-16s to any other
event such a-- the Israeli election.
or in an effort to get Israel to Iss
sen opposition t<> the Reagan Ad-
ministration's prujHised sale of
\YVACS reconnaissance planes
and other military equipment to
Saudi Arabia.
Ambassador Max M. Kampeiman (left! accepts the Soha
Award of the National Conference on Soviet Jewry tr
Stanley H. Lowell, chairman of NCSJ's Helsinki Monium
Committee Presentation was at an awards dinner in Seu )'a
on June 1. where Prof. Tel ford Taylor also received a SohAm
Award Kampeiman is chairman of the U.S. Delegation to i
Madrid Review Conference.
French Daily Says Spanisl
Terrorists Bombed Copei
PARIS (JTA) The
French daily Le Quotidien re-
ports that an extreme righiwing
Spanish terrorist group was
responsible for the Rue Copernic
synagogue bombing last Oct J m
which four persons were killed
and more than a dozen injured
The paper quoted unidentified
French and Spanish police
sources as naming four Spanish
terrorists as the perpetrators
The report said two of the
Spaniards planted the bomb for
which Libyan ruler Muammar
Wadaffi and the Palestinians were
originally blamed
THE POLICE source said they
had followed the Spanish lead*'
from the start but that it has led
nowhere as ye! Tney said they
showed photos of Mila Rodri-
guez, a well known Spanish
right wing activist and reputedly
the gangs leader, to eye-
witnesses of the Rut Co
outrage But none recalled l_
him on the site before the i
plosion
The reasons for the attack i
still unknown. C/uiHidiea
But the gann s tiodfatW
(iomez Benet. is bsnsvtj to
involved with organized craa-il
Spain which is read) t<> undsj
lake any "contract for monril
According to the paper tirl
parties who pan! : Copernic bombing in- m\
known but the Basel gang it
cloctely linked to neo-FiKa]
organizations
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Spanish Jews Get 'FuU Rights'
Continued from Page 1 A l
Examinations at schools and col-
leges, or for jobs and for profes-
sional licensing are not to be
scheduled on such days.
In radio and television, mainly
operated by the State, the Jewish
community is to have equal time.
In public schools, there is to be
freedom of choice of religious in-
struction, or none at all. Jewish
subjects are to be taught by Jew-
ish teachers whose qualifications
are to be determined by the Jew-
ish community.
Jewish cultural objects and
historic artifacts are to be
protected and preserved as part
of the national patrimony.
STATE recognition of rabbis
will give them the same privi-
leges and immunities as priests,
including access to hospitals,
prisons and military installa-
tions, and the immunities of
court testimony. In marriage, a
rabbi's certification of religious
ceremony will have complete
legality without a civil ceremony
this year, he said. Similar rights
are being extended to the Protes-
tants, and each of the three reli-
gions will have representatives
sitting on an Inter-Ministry
Board for Religious Liberty,
along with representatives of the
Ministries of Education. Culture
and Justice.
SOME OF the features of the
new law are unique among the
legal codes of modern nations
with Jewish citizens. For in-
stance. Jewish law of kashruth is
specifically recognized, and the
"kosher" certification on food
products is placed under control
of Jewish community authorities.
Its Board of Rabbis will make
legally enforceable rules, and
take action in cases of unauthor-
ized labeling. Rabbinical shecita.
ritual slaughtering, is also legally
authorized.
Military and civil service per-
sonnel who are Jews will have
rights to be excused from duty on
Sabbath and religious holidays.
Legislation Urged To
Make Religious Vandalism
A Federal Crime

By KEVIN FREEMAN
NEW YORK (JTA1 Sen.
Alphonse D'Amato (R, N.Y.)
called on Congress to speedily
enact legislation that would make
it a federal crime to vandalize
religious property or to inti-
midate a group or individuals
exercising their right to practice
religion.
D'Amato. joined by Rep.
Mario Biaggi (D., N.Y.) and
members of the Jewish com-
munity, declared at a press
conference in front of the U.S.
Courthouse at Foley Square that
what we are dealing with here is
a basic human right some-
thing that is guaranteed by the
Constitution the right to
worship uninhibited."
THE RELIGIOUS Freedom
Protection Act, co-sponsored by
D'Amato in the Senate, would in-
clude fines of up to $10,000 or im-
prisonment of up to five years or
both to persons convicted of de
facing or destroying religious
articles. In a caw of bodily injury
inflicted on another party,
convicted persons could be fined
up to 815,000 or serve up to 15
years in prison.
According to D'Amato, the
legislation is in response to recent
reports of an alarming upsurge in
anti-Semitic threats and violence
in this country. He pointed out
however, that this is not just
important to the Jewish com
munity but to "all other religious
communities who have too long
tolerated criminal acts of those
who deface and destroy religious
property."
He said federal participation to
deter such criminal activity was
asawil inl to secure the right of
religious freedom in this country.
BIAGGI WHOSE bill has
been pending before the sub-
committee of the House
Judiciary Commmittee since
February said that these acts of
violence "clearly are not given
the kind of serious attention
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According to records keDt on
file here by the New York Police
Department, there have been 340
bias related incidents since Last
December. These include
burglaries of religious houses of
worship, property damage to
synagogues and churches, and
other similar crimes.
Malcolm Hoenlein. executive
director of the Jewish Com-
munity Relations Council said.
"An attack against a synagogue
or a church is not just another
everyday event. Such attacks
shake people's confidence in their
communities and leave deep
psychological scars." Hoenlein
noted that acts of religious
vandalism are "not just a Jewish
problem, not just a Christian
problem, but an American pro-
blem."
and will be registered by secular
authorities.
The Jewish community already
has complete freedom to estab-
lish its own school and its cum-
ulum is officially recognized
But tax exemptions and deduc
tions are to be allowed for contri-
butions to religious schools and
other religious and social ac-
tivities of the community.
"That represents a historic
change for Spanish Jewry," Tol-
edano commented in centuries
past, the Jews were heavily
burden by secular taxes and
Church taxes. Throughout the
Middle Ages, exemption from
taxes was a major incentive to
baptism.'"
TOLEDANO IS an electronics
manufacturer whose business
interests are established in
several countries. He migrated
from Tangiers after World War
II, but his family and ancestors
have a centuries long connection
with Spain.
"In a sense, the present era of
enlightenment began, incredibly,
with the confrontation of Hitler
and Generalissimo Franco early
in World War II." he said
"When they met at the French
border town of Hendaye on
October 23. 1940. Hitler
demanded surrender to him of
Jews who had reached Spain as
refugees from Nazism, and
Franco refused."
Spain became a haven for Jews
hounded by governments of
both* Allied and Nazi countries
during the war and afterwards.
Toledano said. News reports in
1953 told of Spain authorizing
Jewish religious services, and in
December of 1966. the govern-
ment passed a law granting free-
dom or worship to non-Catholics.
Two years later, a synagogue was
consecrated, in Madrid, the first
to open in nearly 500 years.
To mark that occasion, the
Ministry of Justice issued a
decree formally abrogating the
infamous Edict of Kxpulsion that
had been signed and issued h\
Ferdinand and Isabella in 1492
It set Spain on course for further
liberalizations in the post-France
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Doctorates in Jewish
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High for 20 Years
NEW YORK UTAI The
National Foundation for Jewish
Studies (NFJS) announced the
award of 13 Doctoral Disserta-
tion Fellowships in Jewish
Studies for the 1981-82 academic
year, bringing the total of such
awards to 213 doctoral candi-
dates 176 men and 37 women
- in the 20 years of the (NFJS)
program.
Amos Comay. NFJS president,
said the project was created to
help advanced doctoral candi-
dates in Jewish studies who are
completing their dissertations.
The 13 awardees for 1981-82 are
five women and eight men.
Comay said the fellowships carry
a $1,000 to $5,500 stipened.
depending on the awardees
financial need Fellowship awards
are based on the candidate's
academic achievements and
scholarly potential. Comay said.
DR. CARL RHEINS. NFJS
director of academic affairs, told
the Jewish Telegraphic Agency
that, prior to the 1970s, few
women received such fellowships
because they felt that careers in
Jewish studies for women were
limited and they did not enter the
field
He gave the number of women
applicants for the fellowships as:
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two lor 1975-76. fivefc,,
our for 1977-7K.tW0
four for 1979-80 fou^'
and five for the c,,min<7
year. ^'
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on merit by definition 2,
not relevant to the aw^
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Leila Berner. ljmv,
l alifornia at Log
Klisheva Carlebach, Co
University; Rene*
Brandeis University
Meacham. Hebrew fjr
and Jean Mensch. also i
candidate at Columbia
EIGHT OF the rec.pJ
year are specializing in 1
history and one each |
nomusicology. Hebrew Ian
and literature, rabbinics
and sociology
Comay said that, at i|
when "the economic cnii
seriously curtailing the
ability of scholarship
fellowships for extremeb
students, it is of
importance that
should be reinforced
courage and foster the i__
of gifted scholars to carry]
ward Jewish learniM;
culture."
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O Maudlin
At United Nations
)n July 4, Our Flag
Flew All Alone
Kirkpatrick's First Grievous Error
ntinued from Page 4-A
Btion has betrayed ua, ao
oning goes, why ahould
look out just for our-
3et what we can juat for
m reason for our imper-
bs to national ideals is our
jid there ia good evidence
.that we did not in fact
the ideals. It ia our ideals
_ve betrayed ua mani-
|at the hands of mediocre
[and mediocre advocates
ideals, leaders tempered
world of pragmatic
What works ia good
It is right is good. Thia ia
plosophy.
,lPS IT ia inaccurate to
1 our ideals have betrayed
ber, it is the manipulating
hues who have betrayed
ds and us all at the same
.Isf. the outright crim-
|th highest halls of gov-
who have betrayed us
turn. The Nixon years
irftvt example of this be-
hminality was so blatant
ut u was. and remains, in
ke strictly confined to
in. there is no passion
kt 10 inspire us to return
,i>. to nurture them.
t. eapouaa and advocate
OUraatvsa. There is
-fit in pragmatism
)airiotiam.
reasons for our
disafCaetioM, I think
\\ i he most important
it is the most grievous.
larr willing to give up on
dreams, to sacrifice material
comforts, to accept a diminished
role in self-image and communal
prestige if the sacrifices these
things demand are equally borne.
And if the noble principles and
ideals firing them have not been
trifled with from the beginning.
BUT THERE is no equity in
the trumpet call for national
sacrifice today. Corporate profits
are obscene at a time when in-
dividual enterprise, once the
backbone of our economic and so-
cial structure, lies near death,
felled by the growing cancer of
conglomerate proliferation.
Usury corrupts the haves and
renders the have-nots helpless
and hopeless. And there is no
voice anywhere to say the usurers
nay because mediocrity among
our leaders is an across-the-board
national epidemic that is sup-
ported by government sanction.
This is no prescription I offer
here, but a statement instead in
very real terms, although to the
pragmatic it will not seem so.
And that is that there are no
poets among us to rise to the
rostrum of our national prophetic
\ ision. to inspire us to embrace
the good and the noble as Jeffer-
son did and Wilson and Lincoln
after him.
In a nation today of non-
eloquence, like apes we taunt and
groan and erode our best beliefs
in paralytic inditterence. This is
why the flag did not fly in my
neighborhood, and we thought
such mute protestation to be a
sad reflection on America's
aiming of age.
Justice Dep't. Moves Quickly
'o Deport ArtukovicFinally
KEVIN FREEMAN
f YORK (JTAl The
1 K'partment said that the
Bient will move quickly to
ledged Nazi war criminal
Artukovic, Minister of
und Justice in the Nazi
red puppet state of
during World War II.
u. 81. who resides in
Calif., is accused of
lability for some 200.000
auording to official U.S.
nent estimates.
Ryan Jr.. director of the
lot Special Investigations
tit the Justue Department.
lit the Immigration and
i./ation Service in a letter
tad Artukovic to report
regional office in Los
ks to ba handed a deporta-
lar,
COULD be legally de
within 72 hours of his
appearance at the regional office,
but he may file a petition
requesting a review of his order
by the United States Court of
Appeals for the ninth Judicial
Circuit which includes California.
Such a petition would
automatically stay the deporta-
tion order.
Artukovic has successfully
resisted deportation for 30 years.
He was ordered deported from
the United States in August.
1951, and concurrently the
Yugoslav government had been
seeking his estradidition. In
IMS, a decision by the Board of
Immigration Appeals. deter-
mined that Artukovic was a
leading Nazi criminal during the
Hamad World War." However he
obtained a stay of deportation
that has been effective since
May. 1959 on the grounds that he
would be subject to "political
persecution" if returned to
Yugoslavia.
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By DAVID HOROWITZ
UNITED NATIONS In ac-
cepting, she admitted, reluc-
tantly, a compromise resolution
as negotiated and framed with
Iraq's shrewd Foreign Minister
Saadoun Hammadi a resolu-
tion which "strongly condemns"
Israel's "military attack" on
Iraq's nuclear installation and
which "considers that Iraq ia
entitled to appropriate redress"
Ambassador Jeane Kirk-
patrick has committed her first
grievous error and ap-
parently violated commitments
not only made by herself but also
by President Reagan and Secre-
tary of State Alexander M. Haig,
Jr.
In fact, according to views ex-
pressed by some of Haig's aides
as disclosed in a dispatch from
Honolulu by correspondent
Bernard Gwertzman their boss
"had left Washington with what
he regarded as a clear under-
standing worked out through the
National Security Council that
Mrs. Kirkpatrick would not
engage in active negotiations at
the United Nations but would be
prepared to veto any resolution
calling for sanctions against
Israel."
THUS, it appears, Kirkpatrick
along with her advisers among
whom are two important Jewish
aides. Joseph Shattan and Carl
Clershman took matters into
their own hands in the belief that
what they thought to be a mild
compromise resolution stressing
condemnation of the Israeli act
would offset and keep the Arabs
with their friends from tabling a
draft calling for sanctions thus
necessitating a U.S. veto. The
more radical Arabs, apparently,
anticipating a veto, were
prepared to invoke the "Uniting
for Peace" move in the General
Assembly where they would be
assured of a majority vote for the
suspension of Israel from that
body. The Ambassador wanted
to avoid that.
In fact, Kirkpatrick's com-
promise "deal" with Iraq may
well prove counterproductive.
The radical Arabs are still talking
about an Assembly maneuver
against the Jewish State.
Of course, during her several
speeches in the hot debate, she
atraaaad America's traditional
ties and commitments to Israel,
an important and valued ally."
She also cited Reagan's criticism
of Iraq as a state that "does not
even recognize the existence of
Israel as a country." Yet she
blundered into a realm in which
she equated Israels destruction
of the Iraqi nuclear reactor with
the Soviet move against Afghan-
istan, a blunder which evoked
strong criticism from sen. Ted
Kennedy (D.. Mass.).
IN A SHARP and dynamic
address delivered at a Presidents
Dinner of the American Friends
of the Hebrew University held at
the Waldorf -Astorial, Sen. Ken-
nedy, the recipient of the 1961
Scopus Award, lashed out at
Kirkpatrick in the stongest
terms. "Never again," he
declared, "should an American
Ambassador to the UN sit down
with the Foreign Minister of Iraq
and write a resolution to con-
demn the people and the State of
Israel. Never again should our
UN Ambassador, in front of all
the world, compare Israel's effort
to protect its very survival with
the Libyan invasion of Chad.
Never again should our UN Am-
bassador compare what Israel did
in its own defense to the Syrian
occupation of Lebanon. And
surely our UN Ambassador
should never again compare what
Israel did to the brutal Soviet
invasion and destruction of Af-
ghanistan.
"The vote in the UN was 15 to
nothing," Kennedy added. "But
numbers do not necessarily make
right. For America, there would
have been honor if the vote was
14 to 1 and if that one vote was
proudly cast by the United
States."
The blundering portion of
Kirkpatrick's UN speech which
Kennedy scored dealt with "the
area that stretches from South-
west Asia across the Fertile Cres-
cent and the Persian Gulf to the
Atlantic Ocean." an area which
she said is "torn by tension and
division." It was at this juncture
that she made her equation: "In
the past two years alone," she
declared, "one country in the
area, Afghanistan, has been
brutally invaded and occupied,
but not pacified Iraq and
Iran are locked in a bitter war.
And with shocking violence.
Libya, whose principal exports to
the world are oil and terror, in-
vaded and now occupies Chad.
Lebanon has its territory and its
sovereignty violated almost
routinely by neighboring nations.
Other Governments in the area
have, during the same period,
been the object ot violent attacks
and terrorism. Now comes
Israel's destruction of the Iraqi
nuclear facility. Each of these
acts of violence undermines the
stability and well-being of the
area. Each gravely jeopardizes
the peace and security of the
entire area.
KIRKPATRICK ought to take
note. "Israel's courageous act
should be praised, with a sigh of
relief, by all reasonable people,"
declared Physicist Benjamin
Levich, and Rosa Mackenzie in
his Chicago Tribune syndicated
column noted: "Lincoln said the
first obligatin of every govern-
ment, and of every country, ia to
itself. Israel's first obligation is
to its own preservation of a
neighborhood of jackels The
irreducible dilemma faced by the
Begin Government was: no
Osirak or, ultimately, no Israel.
It chose the former."
Concluded Sen. Kennedy: "We
should insist that the Adminis-
tration must abandon the
disastrous course of voting to
condemn Israel in the UN
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Ceaorae*
1 A
issued by the AJC
In the preface to the report, Dr
Murray Friedman, director of the
middle Atlantic Region of the
AJC, note* that there hae been
little examination of the call-in
shows "as a factor in intergroup
relations,'' even though these
shows have wide audiences, deal
often with racial and religious
matters, and have the potential
to influence listeners' views on
these matters
These broadcasts, declares Dr.
Friedman, could "promote
hightened awareness of social
and political issues and motivate
personal involvement in the
democratic process." but they
"often seem to attract the most
bigoted callers." Therefore, he
goes on. since "many people feel
most comfortable when they
share majority views, students of
the media must ask whether this
skewed sampling of opinion
about minorities on radio call-in
shows does not sbbbsebsI some
listeners into believing that prej-
udice is the norm in American
life."
TO COLLECT the data for the
study. Prof. Lowry says in his re-
port, he monitored two morning
shows for 10 mornings each and
one all-day show for five days,
and noted every statement made
by a host, guest, or caller
about 12 "target groups':
Whites. Blacks, Puerto Ricane,
Mexican-Americans, Cubans.
Haitians. Protestants, Catholics,
Jews. Christians, (unspecified as
to whether Protestant or
Catholic), minorities (unspecified
as to race, ethnic group), and
welfare recipients (unspecified as
to ethnic group.
He then categorized every
statement as "positive" or
"negative," and, as a check on
himself, assigned another com-
munications specialist to cate-
gorise the same statements in-
dependently.
He and the other researcher, he
states, agreed substantially as to
which statements were
"negative" or "positive."
Their basic finding, continues
Prof. Lowry, was that the shows
they had monitored contained a
total of 741 "negative assertions"
about the 12 "target groups," as
against 86 positive statement*
about the same groups.
"THUS," the report says, "the
three stations were serving
primarily as a forum for hosts,
callers, and in-studio guests to
make negative assertions about
the 12 target groups. To put it
another way, there were 8.6 nega-
tive assertions for every positive
assertion."
However, the paper goes on.
the 8.6-to-l ratio was an overall
figure, and the individual ratios
of the three stations differed sig-
nificantly from each other. On
one program. Prof. Lowry notes,
the negative assertions out-
weighed the positives 34-to-l,
while the statistics for the other
two shows were, respectively, 4.9-
to-1 and 2.2-to-l.
Prof. Lowry s analysis also die-
Reagan Win Push Jewish Issue
NEW YORK (JTA> -
President Reagan gave his per
wnal assurances that the fate of
Soviet Jews will continue to be on
the United States' agenda in any
negotiations with the Soviet
Unn. In a telephone call to
Theodore Mann, chairman of the
National Conference on Soviet
Jewry (NCSJ). the President said
be has already communicated
this fact to Soviet President
Leonid Brezhnev in a personal
note.
The President's telephone call
was in response to a letter of June
16 from Mann, in which the
American Jewish leader con
veyed a message given him on his
recent trip to the Soviet Union by
15 Jewish emigration activists
from several cities in the USSR.
THE MESSAGE expressed
gratitude to the President for his
recent meeting with Avital
Sharansky, wife of Prisoner of
Conscience Anatoly Sharansky
and a recently released formei
prisoner Josif Mendelevich
In his discussion with Manr
the President said he was "work
ing on the issue" of Soviet Jewry
but believed it was sometimes
wiser not to deal in headlines, but
in a more direct manner. Mann
told the President that the plight
of Soviet Jewry was of great con-
cern to many American citizens.
closed great variations in the fre-
quencies with which the three
programs aired negative re
marks: on one show such com-
ments were made more than ter
times an hour, as compared to a
respective five times an hour and
0.7 times an hour on the other
stations.
ANOTHER variation noted by
Prof. Lowry was that the pro-
grams aimed in different
directions, with Whites being the
prime targets on two shows and
Protestants ("the conservative
wing of Protestantism.
evangelicals, fundamentalists,
etc.") holding that position on
the third. Blacks, Prof. Lowry
points out, were the No. 2 object
on all the shows, but the degrees
to which they were targeted
varied among the three stations.
Prof. Lowry's figures show
also that welfare recipients were
high on two lists and un-
mentioned on the third, and that
Cubans and Jews possessed
diverse degrees of unpopularity
on the three shows.
Turning to the question of
" who was making the negative
assertions,'' Prof. Lowry says
that "the hosts led the way" in
making derogatory statements
about Protestants, while the
callers made the greater number
of "negative assertions aimed at
Catholics, Christians, and Jews"
PROF. LOWRY declares also
that he found "occasional baiting
of callers by two or three hosts."
Defining "baiting" as "inten-
tionally trying to pull hateful
statements out of some callers,"
he gives the full transcript of one
conversation in which be sssissl
the host baited the caller, and
they says about the con-
versation:
"Since it became clear
(quickly) that the caller was a
hater Why didn't (the host)
terminate the call? Instead, he
played along with the caller and
tried to draw him out."
Concluding his report. Prof.
Lowry recommends that stations
become "more sensitive and
aware of the problem diagnosed"
in his study: engage in
"responsible self-regulation,'"
and "form advisory panels of
citizens representing a broad
spectrum of racial, ethnic, and
religious groups'" which should
"monitor the treatment of racial,
ethnic, and religious groups .
and meet with station
management to assess the
pro gram ming."
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\iblical Reading Always
\eaningful To Our Lives
By RABBI
FHl'DA MELBER
ample Beth Raphael
, are portions in the Pen-
that are applicable not
i the week of the particular
in the synagogue, but at
One of those portions is
^pter of Balak. especially,
tenet in Numbers ch. 24.
Mah Tovu Ohalecha
How goodly are thy
() Jacob. Thy dwellings. O
Interestingly enough.
Lords were uttered by none
'than Balaam, who was
in rapt admiration of
Ir.ii lite encampments. We
hit statement every
lg at entering the syna-
uaa, Recording to the
interpretation, the
, r t.> the Tents of
and the dwellings" to
\ I (1 houses of wor-
h(.w Balaam
, two Citadels of
bail cornel order as
Bnl the tents of
only second, the
mnip For he knew
Study reaches a
a than worship of
I la mental vision.
-.iw the source and secret
li>h stamina and strength.
their adherence to the
I iod. He realized that
feor of the I-raelites is pred-
M the fact that there is
b or time in history where
fh..\' not built houses of
Jig and worship in their set-
pts and encampments, even
the most difficult and
a> conditions.
JM WHOM did the Israe-
Hearn this essential prin-
From Jacob, our Patriarch.
id in Genesis 46.28: "And
cob) sent Judah before him
loseph. to show the way be-
um. unto Goshen." These
irds, "to show the way be-
im." come to teach us that
was sent to a forerunner to
li^h for Jacob a house of
from which learning
come forth, according to
rjiretation of the rabbis.
>b thus taught his children
the first and foremost con-
it .on in planning a new
residence for a Jewish family
must be the establishment of a
house of study for all. Indeed,
this has followed at all times. One
never finds a Jewish settlement
without a spiritual center in or
around it. Hence, Balaam was
right in paying tribute to the Is-
raelites, mainly on account of
their "tents" and dwellings."
the houses of study and prayer.
Balaam stressed further the
significance of the "good tents
and dwellings" of Israel, com-
paring them to "streams winding
their long way." (Numbers 24,
1ft) What is the analogy between
a synagogue and a river? Just as
a river changes a man from de-
filement to purity, so the house of
Torah and prayer changes the
Jew from sinfulness to Holiness.
IF A MAN is susceptible to
the influence of evil, where can he
find his panacea? Only in the
Bath Hamidrush. the House of
Torah. declared the rabbi? Hence
Bible study is not only a means of
increasing .r knowledge and
wiadom, lleO a medicine
Igainat spiritual sickness, a
healing for the soul s ailments
That is the reason we repeat
Balaam's declaration 365 times a
year, in order to impress upon us
hi> admiration, and how he
\ isualized the ongoing Jewish
existence. By what virtue do we
exist for thousands of years?
Onlv by virtue of clinging to the
tenet of Torah study and prayer,
which is housed in the "tents"
and "dwellings" of Israel.
IN ANALYING the difference
between "tents" and "dwell-
ings." it appears that "tents"
represent poor and frail build
inga. whereas "dwellings" repre-
sent sturdy and massive edifices.
This teaches us that the physical,
outer etructure is not aa impor-
tant as the spiritual inner content
of the synagogue.
A synagogue is not evaluated
by its bricks and stones, but by
how much Torah is studied, how
much prayer is offered there.
That is why Balaam called the
house of worship a "dwelling." a
place that is visited constantly,
and not only occasionally. We
must make the synagogue a
second home. Then, and only
then, is it classified as good,
beneficial, and advantageous.
Maxine Schwartz
\ppointed To UJA Board
Schwartz, a member of
Miami Jewish Feder
Hoard of Directors and a
l leuder of GMJF's
ken s Division, has been
I to ran on the Board of
tors of the National
1 n'a Division of the United
p-h Appeal.
ing held numerous posi-
within Federation's
Hen's Division, Mrs. Sch-
1/ currently serves as its
*man of leadership training.
I has also served as Women s
I- "ii Campaign chairman,
imunity Education vice
ftident and Parliamentarian.
I'1-'. Mrs. Schwartz served as
ih airman of Federation's
it Sunday and as chairman of
Combined Jewish Appeal
1 Emergency Fund cam-
in area synagogues.
pher local members of the
National Women's Division
|rd of Directors include Bunny
p, Val Silberman, and Man-
K Smith. National Board
libers serve both as speakers
consultants to local and
Maxine Schwartz
regional Women's Division
k'aders, offering expertise in
training, solicitation,
organization and programming.
They provide direction and in-
spiration for the successful run-
ning of community campaigns
and regional and national fund-
raising.
Bust of Anne Frank, by sculptor Knut Knudsen. unveiled in Frankfurt, West Germans M th
courtyard of the Anne Frank secondary school.
Sculpture Unveiled
Anne Frank Remembered
FRANKFURT A bust of Anne Frank, the
;.'. v.ardid Jewish girl who died in the Nazi per-
aecutions, has bees placed in the courtyard of the
Anne Frank secondary school in Frankfurt am
Main The bust, a bronze sculpture by Knut
Knudsen. is framed in stone and shows a girl
writing and smiling.
The inscription explains how she became world
famous and why her memory is held in high
esteem in the Federal Republic of Germany. Anne
Frank was born in Frankfurt in 1929. the daugh-
ter of a Jewish businessman. She fled the city in
1933 with her parents and sister when the Nazis
began persecuting Jews.
THE FRANK family found a place to stay in
Amsterdam. Here, too. they were not safe from
the fate of European Jewry. The gruesome per-
secution began anew for the Frank family when
the Nazis occupied the Netherlands during the
Second World War. and they went into hiding.
For two years, from 1942 to 1944. they remained
undiscovered in a back-house in downtown
Amsterdam. Then they were found and taken to
concentration camps.
ONLY THE father. Otto Frank, survived.
Anne Frank died in March. 1945 at the Bergen-
Helsen concentration camp. During the years of
hiding, she kept a diary that has become one of
the searing testimonies of the Jewish plight in the
Nazi empire. Youthful hope vies with fear and
despair in the diary entries of the 15-year-old. Af-
ter the war. the diary was published in many
languages, adapted for the stage, and turned into
a movie.
Frankfurt's school Inspector Bernhard Mihm,
present at the dedication of the bust, described
the courtyard memorial "a warning to us and to
the world of today and tomorrow."
Brailousky's Son Needs Exit Visa
To Attend University of Pennsylvania
Floridian
irai, Florida, Friday, July 10, 1981
SECTION B
PHILADELPHIA -
(JTA) The University of
Pennsylvania will admit
only 2.070 students out of
more than 11.300 appli-
cants to its freshman class
next fall, and one of them
Hawkins To Hold
CETA Hearings
In Orlando
U.S. Senator Paula Hawkins
(R., Fla.) will conduct a meeting
of the Senate Subcommittee on
Employment and Productivity in
Orlando on July 17 to consider
alternatives to the Comprehen-
sive Employment and Training
Act (CETA).
Senator Hawkins, one of seven
members of the Subcommittee,
said the Orlando hearing will be
the first in a series of regional
hearings on CETA to allow
testimony from witnesses who
are unable to travel to Washing-
ton to appear before the Senate
panel, the only one scheduled for
the South.
"The regional hearings are in-
tended to develop background in-
formation for the Subcommittee
before it begins deliberations on
the proper role of the federal gov-
ernment in employment and
training programs." Hawkins
said CETA, which funds the
majority of federal employment
programs, is due to expire next
vear."
will be an aspiring young
mathematician whose
chances of reaching the
campus are considered very
slim.
He is Leonid Brailovsky. the
20 year-old son of Moscow Jewish
activist Viktor Brailovsky who
was recently sentenced to three
years and three months exile in
Siberia for alleged defamation of
the Sis id State. The elder Brail-
o\ sky's only apparent crime was
to apply for permission to
emigrate for himself, his son and
his wife. Irina consistently
refused by the Soviet authorities
since 1972.
MARC SUGARMAN. a staff
writer for the Jewish Exponent
here, reported that Penn waived
its strict admission requirements
in young Brailovsky's case be-
cause of the unusual circum-
stances and because they are
convinced that he is capable of
meeting the academic standards.
Dr. Gerald Porter, a mathe-
matics professor at the Universi-
ty, told Sugarman. "I've been in
contact with Leonid since 1975"
when he visited the USSR as part
of a study group. "He was unable
to go to Moscow University be-
cause of his parents' visa refusal.
Since then I have been receiving
letters requesting me to send
math books."
Porter added, according to
Sugarman, "He waa forced to en-
roll in a technical institute which
makes his situation even more
critical. Institute attendance re-
quires him to join the army in a
couple of months. Once in the
army, he will learn national
secrets' and may never be let out
of the country."
LEE STETSON, director of
admissions at Penn. told Sugar-
man: "When it all began, all I
had was a half-filled application.
Due to our inability to obtain
transcripts (of his previous edu-
cation) we used personal endorse-
ments from individuals who
know Leonid as a person and a
student. The support he got was
very positive. He has attended
technical school for two years and
has been studying mathematics.
He has a respectable command of
English and there is every indica-
tion that he could compete aca-
demically here. He deserves the
opportunity."
But Leonid's greatest chal-
lenge is getting out of the Soviet
Union, the Exponent writer re-
ported.
"The State Department and
the White House have been
alerted and are reportedly
working through diplomatic
channels to help him. He must
now initiate action of applying
for a temporary viaa." Stetson
said "he can use Penn's letter of
acceptance as a reason for a tem-
porary visa."
THE UNIVERSITY baa
waived Brailovsky's application
fee but if he does enroll, he must
pay his tuition in full. Stetson
said. "We are hopeful that
private sources will help him
make the payments."
The Brailovsky family has
been "adopted" by Knesseth
Israel, a Reform congregation
here, the Exponent reported. It
quoted Rabbi Simeon Maslin of
Knesset Israel as saying. "We
would be delighted to do any-
thing we could to help him ... It
should only happen."


Behind the Headlines
Farouk Kaddoumi
Nazi Case Unites Jew and Ukrainians Invited To Switzerland
CLEVELAND (UJA)
This city's Ukrainian
and Jewish communities
affirmed this week their
shared interest in bringing
to justice any and all per-
sons who participated in
genocide or other crimes
against humanity and, in
recognition of their com-
mon sufferings under both
the Nazi and Soviet
regimes, pledged to work
together on issues of
mutual concern, among
which is the violation of
human rights in the USSR.
Those sentiments were em-
bodied in a lengthy statement
issued here jointly by the United
Ukrainian Organization of
Greater Cleveland and the Jewish
Community Federation (JCF) of
Cleveland. The document was re-
leased before Federal Judge
Frank Battisti handed down his
ruling on June 25 that the citi-
zenship of Ukrainian-born John,
Demjanjuk be "revoked, vacated!
and cancelled" because the 60
year-old automobile worker had
bed about his Nazi activities in
World War II when he applied for
naturalization in the U.S. in 1958.
THE TRIAL of Demjanjuk.
who now faced deportation
proceedings. aroused fierce
emotions among local Jews,
many of them Holocaust sur-
vivors, and the large Ukrainian
community, when it opened last
February.
The Ukrainians supported
Demjanjuk s contention that he
was the innocent victim of
Soviet-inspired persecution. In
face of overwhelming evidence
that he had participated in
atrocities against Jews and
others while serving as a guard in
Treblinka and Sobibor death
camps, the Jewish community
demanded that Demjanjuk be
brought to justice, however
belatedly. A violent confronta-
tion between Ukrainian and
Jewish demonstrators was
narrowly avoided.
Lawrence Williams, president
of the Jewish Community
Federation of Cleveland spoke of
Judge Battisti s decision and of
the joint statement by the Jewish
and Ukrainian community
leaders that had preceded it
"For the past several months
the trial of John Demjanjuk has
been a particular focal point for
the Cleveland Jewish communi-
ty," Williams said. "The Jewish
Community Federation had
urged that the defendant be tried
as quickly as possible to deter-
mine his guilt or innocence. We
are gratified that a decision has
now been rendered."
WILLIAMS DISCLOSED
that "Representatives of the
United Ukrainian Organization
and the Jewish Community
Federation have been working
closely for the last several
months to develop a joint state-
ment which we believe has
opened new doors for communi-
cation between our two commu-
nities. Through these contacts,
we have gained considerable
insight into Ukrainian history
and suffering. We strongly reaf-
firm that the trial of John Dem-
janjuk relates only to the conduct
of a single person not the
actions of the entire Ukrainian
nation We recall that many
leading Ukrainians, such as Met-
ropolitan Andrew Szeptycky, the
Archbishop of Lviv, risked their
own lives and freedom to save
Jews.
"We hope now that the deci-
sion has been rendered, that out
two communities will work to-
her even more effectively on
ies of common concern, such
a> iolation of human rights
in the Soviet Union and the need
for the revitalization of our city of
Cleveland," Williams said
The statement noted among
the issues "of particular concern
to our separate communities" the
desire of the Ukrainian com-
munity to achieve the indepen-
dence of Ukraine and the struggle
of the Jewish community on be-
half of Soviet Jewish emigration.
IT OBSERVED that "the
tragic events which have affected
each of our peoples is self-
evident. The Holocaust ... de-
stroyed millions of Jews and rep-
resents barbarism and brutality
of overwhelming proportion in
human history a fact recog-
nized by the Ukrainian communi-
ty which also suffered great
human losses at the hands of the
Nazis.
"Ukrainians have also been the
victims of Soviet crimes against
humanity The Jewish com
munity can well understand the
magnitude of Ukrainian suffering
at the hands of the Soviet Union
which is today the tormentor of
Soviet Jews and a major adver-
sary of the State of Israel in the
international arena." the state-
ment said.
"Both the Jewish Community
Federation and the United
Ukrainian Organizations now
stand together in demanding
justice appropriate legal
action against all who participate
in acts of genocide and crimes
against humanity. Both of our
organizations agree that there
must be no statute of limitations
on these crimes, whether they
were committed in times of war
or peace. Together, we reject the
efforts of those who would use
fear, hatred and prejudice to
divide and weaken our communi-
ties. Neo-Nazi attempts to stir up
religious and ethnic hatred in our
community is an affront to the
memory of Ukrainians and Jews
who died at the hands of the
Nazis. Similarly, we reject a Rus-
sian attempt to create hatred be-
tween Ukrainians and Jews," the
statement said.
By TAMAR LEVY
GENEVA (JTA) Foreign
Minister Pierre Auber has invited
Farouk Kaddoumi, the foreign
policy spokesman of the Pal-
estine Liberation Organization,
to pav an official visit to Switzer-
land this month. Foreign
Ministry spokesmen refused to
disclose the exact date for
"reasons of security."
Auber himself refused to give
reporters any details, indicating
that the visit is something of an
embarrassment to the Swiss for-
eign policy establishment. Kad-
doumi had been invited to Bern
in 1979 but cancelBed when he
found out that the then Israeli
Foreign Minister, Moshe Dayan.
had been there a week earlier. The
PLO and the local Arab lobby
have been putting pressure on
the government since I
renew the invitation
THERE WAS J
pressure from Jewuh J2S
to do so. Auber himsHi '
sidered favorably
toward Israel Prior t
election he had served m
dent of the Swiss-Israel pi
ship Association But M
parently succumbed to,
from within his ministry
A Foreign Ministry:
said today that "Swic
being neutral and wMUa,
play the role of meduto,rjj
(Arab-Israeli) conflict, ft ,^
it necessary to be in conuct i
all parties involved in u,
flict." Ministry officials r*
tedly have asked pro-I*^
ments to refrain from "1
campaign against Ki
visit."
Miamians To Make Israel Their
Pallot ElectedToBoard Of Governors
S. Ronald Pallot. Sr.. Vice
President of Norton Tire
Company, has been elected to
serve on the Better Business
Bureau's Board of Governors. A
native of Miami, and a graduate
of the University of Miami. Pal-
lot joined Norton Tire Company
immediately after his graduation
in 1950.
He is active in the PiLambda
Phi Alumni Association. Masons,
and National Retail Credit Asso-
ciation He is former president of
the Florida Tire Dealers
Advisory Council, vice president
of the Jewish Vocational Service
and served on the Board of Direc
tors of the Progress Club
Twenty-five Miamiams about
to depart this summer to resettle
in Israel will be fe by the
Greater Miami Jewisi. jmmuni-
tv at a special reception to be
held at Temple F.manu El. Miami
Beach. Sunday, at 7:30 p.m.
The event, sponsored by the
South Florida Chug Aliyah and
the Israel Aliyah Center will be,
key noted by Joel Arnon. Consul I
Genera] of Israel The Chug
Aliyah group in Miami is com-
prised of peopk- from this area
who are planning to make their
homes in Israel sometime in the
future The Israel Aliyah Center
is sponsored by the World J
Organization to encourage i
gralion to the Je* ish State
Other guest speakers
include Mr Jay Shapiro
inunily Liaison for the W|
Zionist Organization, and I
|aa Ix'ff of Young Israeli
GreaU'r Miami
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\ng. Lehman Cuts Funding
UN Decade For Women
Lgressman William Lehman
[Via. I h offered an amend-
\ to eliminate a $500,000
Dpnation for the United Na-
Women'a Decade. A UN
ntary organization which
i the highly-politicized
fcnhagen conference last year.
id The House Ap-
[nations Subcommittee on
lign Operations has passed
Lehman Amendment during
pnsjderation of the fiscal year
/ Foreign Aid bill, which in-
U funding for UN voluntary
loaf
ZHMA.N STATED that
N voluntary agencv has
.,. n promotinK the
iciam resolution at its
JSM political issues
,it with in the
l r.niy ir.c has
r nuon awav ;rom the
Ming needs of un-
\ I women
UN decade Conference in
t:;na*jen was Dracticallv run
by the PLO whoae goal was to
politicize the conference in the
same way it did at the Mexico
City Conference in 1975 which,
you may recall, was the first in-
ternational effort to identify
Zionism with racism. As long as
any UN agency insists in
violating its rules so that it can
ostracize Israel and promote anti-
Semitism or prevert Western
values, our Subcommittee will
have something to say about it."
Lehman offered a second
amendment to transfer the funds
into the State Department's
Agency for International
Development where. Lehman
"aid, "we can nave some control
over how and wnere the monev is
spent. The most impo\crushed
women don t care which account
iimi- the aid programs, and
hifting these funds into our own
nlateral aid program ensures
that our aid projects place an
mphasis on women's concerns.
The second amendment was un-
animously passed.
fexico Appoints Gur-Arye
JERUSALEM (JTA) The Mexican govern-
lt has given its formal approval to the appointment of
raei Gur-Arye as Israel's next Ambassador to Mexico.
Gur-Arye. currently head of the Foreign Ministry's
lin American division, will relieve Shlomo Erell. former
keli Ambassador to Brazil, who took over the Mexican
It temporarily when Ambassador Shaul Rosolio re-
lied several months ago to enter business in Israel.
Gur-Arye will be replaced at the Foreign Ministry by
Yoel Harromi who has completed his tour as Israel's
bassador to the United Nations in Geneva.
Rabbi David Eliezrie
Jewish Radio
Comes To
South Florida
\ new program of Jewish and
Israeli muSK is coming to South
Florida as of Sunday. July 12.
The program, which will be called
the Jewish Sound will be aired
vary Sunday afternoon over
WLRN. FM. 913. 2-3 p.m.. the
local affiliate of National Public
Radio.
The program will be hosted by
Rabbi David Eliezrie. Rabbi
Eliezrie has been producing a
Jewish radio program in South
Florida for the last year and a
half on the University of Miami
station. Rabbi Eliezrie is Jewish
Chaplain and director of the
Chabad House Jewish Student
Center at the University of
Miami.
Rabbi Levitin Appointed
Principal of Yeshiva
Rabbi Abraham Korf, Dean of
the Lubavitch Educational
Center announced the appoint-
ment of Rabbi Leima Levitin as
principal of the school. In his
capacity as principal. Rabbi
Levitin will be in charge of hiring
staff for the Judaic Dept.. devel-
opment and improvement of the
curriculum, and the projection of
the school's image to the commu-
nity.
Rabbi Levitin comes to Miami
Beach from Melbourne. Australia
where he served as principal of
Yeshiva College. In Melbourne,
he instituted contemporary and
innovative teaching ideas and
lids. Tabbi Levitin also mtro-
lucad a "school camp" whereby
tudents visited scenic and his-
torical sites in an educational
.nvironment.
Rabbi Levitin also served as a
I ..cneradministrator at the
Rogosin High School in New Jer-
-t v tor a number of years. He re-
ceived his education at the Lub-
Rabbi Leima Lei it in
avitcher Yeshiva m BruoKlvn.
Rabbinical College of New Jer-
sey, and received his Raooinical
ordination at tne Rabbinai Col-
lege of Canada.
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Focus On Issues

Reagan
Israeli
Administration's Next Move On
Use of U.S. Planes Pondered
Saudis, hut to th< a .
**<** -raVa
Congraea ar cr^reridT
supplying highlj adv,t
American weapor tn *'
ukeS.ud.Arab,a,h^7M
couW also be toppled ^
By DAVID FRIEDMAN
WASHINGTON -
(JTA) Now that the
sound and fury over
Israel's destruction of the
Iraqi nuclear power plant
has died down, it is unclear
what Washington's next
move will be. Nothing, of
course, is expected to be
announced until after the
election in Israel is finally
decided.
With Secretary of State Alex-
ander Haig back at his State De-
partment desk, there may be
some indication of what the
Reagan Administration plans to
do with its "review" of the Israeli
action.
Haig left for Asia June 10
shortly after sending Congress a
letter saying that the President
had found that "a substantial
violation" of Israel's arms agree-
ment with the United States
may have occurred" by Israel's
use of U.S.-made weapons to
bomb the Iraqi nuclear plant.
THE LETTER also announced
the Administration's decision to
suspend delivery of four F-16s
that were scheduled to go to
Israel on June 12. Haig returned
to Washington, nearly a week
after the U.S. joined the unani-
mous vote at the United Nations
Security Council condemning
Israel
However, State Department
spokesmen have continuously
stressed that no determination
that Israel did or did not violate '
U.S. law may result from the re-
view. The same is true in Con-
gress, where many members of
the House and Senate feel the
Administration "passed the
buck" to them.
The Senate Foreign Relations
Committee and the House
Foreign Affairs Committee have
both held hearings. The senate
Committee has not decided yet
whether to hold further hearings
or whether to issue a report. But,
as Senate Majority Leader
Howard Baker (R Tenn.1
pointed out at the outset, no one

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expects the Congress to vote to
cut off military aid to Israel.
MEANWHILE, none of the
dire consequences of the Israeli
raid predicted by Administration
spokesmen and other critics of
Israel have occurred. The Ad-
ministration's main worry was
that the Israeli action would
' wreck the efforts of special envoy
. Philip Habib to ease tension over
the situation in Lebanon that has
resulted from Syria's placement
of SAM-6 anti-aircraft missiles
there and Israel's threat to re-
move the missiles. Yet tension
has eased.
Walter Stoeesel Jr., Underset
retary of State and Politics
Affairs, told the Congressional
Committees about the concern ol
the U.S. for the "embarrass-
ment" the Israeli action caused
Egyptian President Sadat, since
it occurred only three days after
Sadat met with Begin. Yet in
Cairo, Michael Sterner. Deputy
Assistant Secretary of State for
Near East and South Asian
Affairs, announced that Israel.
Egypt and the U.S. had reached
agreement on a peacekeeping
force to patrol the Sinai after
Israel's final withdrawal in April.
1982.
Supporters of Israel were con-
cerned that the Israeli preemp-
tive strike might weaken the op-
position in Congress to the Ad-
ministration's proposal to sell
Saudi Arabia five AW ACS re-
connaissance planes and
enhancement equipment for the
62 F-15s previously bought from
the U.S. The Administration
publicly stressed that the Israeli
raid and the sale were two com-
pletely separate issues, although
Stoessel said that the Israeli
action would "perhaps intensify"
Saudi Arabia's desire for the
equipment.
ISRAEL SOURCES said that
they hoped the issue of the Israeli
raid would "blow over" by the
time the arms package sale was
debated in Congress, probably in
September. Yet in the midst ol
the studies by the Administra-
tion and Congress of the Israel
raid, Sen. Bob Packwood (R.
Oreg.l and Representatives
Clarence Long (D., Md.) and
Norman Lent (R.. N.Y.I an-
nounced that there was a
majority in both the House and
Senate opposed to the sale.
They urged the President to
withdraw the sale or face an em-
barrassing defeat. But
Administration spokesmen
maintained that the Administra-
tion was going through with the
proposal and that once the final
package was unveiled it would
meet the concerns of the Senators
and Congressmen
It is widely believed that the
Administration plans u> send the
proposal to Congress in July Hut
late last week Sen Charles Percy
(R.. 111.I urged the Administra-
tion, in view of the strong opposi-
tion in Congress, to postpone the
submission date to allow time "to
put together a package that
would take into full account the
security interests of Saudi
Arabia. Israel and our own inter-
ests in the Middle East The
Administration already delayed
submission once at the urging of
Baker, when the Senate Majority
Leader found strong opposition
to the sale in Congress.
THE PACKAGE being
worked out reportedly would
include greater U.S. control of
the AWACS. But the main con-
cern of many in Congress is not
the danger to Israel with the
AWACS in the hands of the
The package the Ac
tkw is putting together
expected to be sweet**
Israel with more arm, kI
Jewi** State. This
further question How caT
Administration continue
suspension of th, four Fll
while it proposes new J
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Strains Between Israel and
Brazil on Uranium Rumor Fade
*y DAVID MARKUS
DE JANEIRO -
Brazil's Ambas-
to Israel, Vasco
l, is expected to return
|s post in Tel Aviv
Jv. marking the end of
omatic crisis that de-
k! between the two
tnts after a Brazilian
japer claimed that
. of Mossad. Israel's
service, has accused
,.! shipping uranium
f./ was riHiillnl wtt'k ago
-inwilUtioM,' ; fMturaof
la/ilian jjovcriment's anger
11 h" aCCUMtioil Israel's
i Minister Yitzhak Shamir
rically denkd that Mossed
Israeli officials had made
arge, first puMished in the
\Jornal Do BnuU, and car-
L\ older newspaper- here
tfoad
lEIGN MINISTER Sara-
Kerreiro said. after recr% ing
Ir from Shamir, that "it is a
limit' Me said he recalled
ium he run give us a
I -is of the situation."
ring t*o meetings at the
In Ministry m Brasilia the
.old reporters that he
probably be returning to
in a few days."
Jo mo/ Do Hrasil report
written by Mario Shimano-
[the paper's correspondent
lie claimed that a Mos-
nt came to his home in Tel
land supplied him with in-
Itii >n on a secret shipment of
uranium from Brazil to Iraq
Vliruary on a Soviet-built
Iviishin transport plane.
1*1 Ambassador to Brazil.
I K.imati. said theShimano-
sinr> was "obviously ridi-
llc OCOMd the reporter
k i:i^ to undermine Israeli-
li.in relation- ind expressed
that the Brazilian
authorities took the report
seriously.
THE NEWSPAPER Estado
De Sao Paulo also published a
story claiming that Brazil sent
uranium to Iraq. But the paper
said its information came from
reliable local sources, not Mos-
sad. The editor of Estado De Sao
Paulo cabled this to Ze'ev Hafetz,
director of the Israel Government
Press Office in Jerusalem, who
had made inquiries Similarly.
the British newspaper Guardian,
whose Brazilian correspondent
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Hafetz to say that it was based
on "local, highly reliable sources
which had "nothing to do with
the Israeli secret service"
According to report from Tel
Aviv, Shimanovich was sum-
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for an explanation and may be
expelled from the country.
Vinik Reelevied President
Of Temple Beth Shalom
Harold B. Vinik. active com-
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President of Temple Beth Sholom
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Mr Vinik. who served as Pres-
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as also F'resident of the Temple
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He is a University of Miami
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i- Founder and President of
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Board of Realtors. Jewish War
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Wars.
Serving with Mr. Vinik are the
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'And Balaam saw Israel. and said,
are thy tents, O Jacob, thy dwellings, O IsraeC
How goodly
(Num. 24.2-5).
BALAK
BaW^ of M^ I?6 ^^ Vkt0,y mtr Amorites.
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n^v.^' 8ent,ro"Hjer8 to Balaam, the son of Beor
oXhft ^ii,CUr9e^r,^!aam F" both soothsayer 23;
fStftSteZS. M^D^ hi, curse would lead to thede
teat of the Israehtos. But Balsam, hearkening to the voice of
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Sv fiFot^ Ut ^ lm*ite CP The puSu..celaed
Anti-Semitism
In Argentina
NEW YORK World Council of Synagogues has
adopted a resolution affirming
reports of serious anti-Semitism
in Argentina. The resolution,
adopted at the annual board
meeting of the international or-
ganization of Conservative syna-
gogues, observed that while
"they may be a valid discussion
as to the best method of com-
bating anti-Semitism there
cannot, however, be a mini-
mization of the existence of anti-
Semitism in Argentina."
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RABBtNtCAL AS8COATION
OF GREATER MIAMI
4200 Biacayna Boulevard
Miami. Ronda 33137
Phone 578-4000
FvMM Solomon Scftfff
ExacutKw Vice Praaidant
Rltgll Uli H
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of Worship
COMQREQATIOItS
ISLSTS1* ** H""* ** SMS*
37H6&1 Rabbi Lawlah L I
Otmctor. Union of,
Crmgraoaaoii
Association Office
Jewish Worship Hour
Rabbi David Shapiro.
Rabbi Emeritus of Temple
Sinai. HoUywood. wUl ap-
pear on The Jewish Wor
ship Hour" on Channel 10
Sunday. July 12.at8a.m
The resolution expressed
"great concern that the funda-
mental problems relating to the
Jews in Argentina are being ob-
scured by the debate over a single
individual who, in contravention
of any standard of human rights,
was subjected to great torture."
THE REFERENCE was
apparently to Jacobo Timerman.
former editor and publisher of the
Argentine daily La Opionion,
whose book 'Prisoner Without a
Name, Cell Without a Number"
describes the torture and indig-
nities he experienced during 30
months of incarceration in
Argentina without trial or any
charges being brought against
him.
Timerman has charged in his
book and in public statements
since he release last year that he
and other Jews held by the
Argentine authorities were sub-
jected to greater cruelties than
non-Jewish political prisoners
because they are Jews.
But the organized Jewish com-
munity in Argentina and con
eervaive Jews in the U.S. who
support the Reagan Ad
ministration s policy of not
publicly condemning "friendly
authoritarian" regimes for hu
man rights violations, have dis-
puted Timerman s contention the
military junto ruling Argentina
condones anti-Semitism.
THE WORLD Council of
Synagogues noted however that
a delegation of about 40 of its
representatives who visited
Argentina last year and spoke to ,
all segments of the Jewish com-
munity there reached the
inescapable conclusion that
anti-Semitism is part of the fabric
of life in Argentina."
Peter Pan
Comes to Town
Sandy Duncan in her Broad-
way triumph as "Peter Pan" ac-
>mpnied by co-star Chriatop
her Hewett as Captain Hook
rnve in town aa the major sum-
mertime entertainment highlight
when producer Zev Bufroan s
record-breaking musical hit
opens a limited three week run
July 22 through August 8, at th.
Miami Beach Theater of Per-
forming Arta.
Produced by James M Neder-
lander and Zev Bufrnan in associ-
ation with Jck Molthen, Spencer
Tandy and J. Ronald Horowitz
>wings, costumes and ughtinir
are by Peter Wolf. Bill Hargat*
nd Tom Skelton. respectively
The enure production is directed
!t,cTtfhed by Rob l8dv
with Ron Field acting u produc- <
tion supervisor.
Community Cornei
Alvta Goldberg. Executive Vice-President of M
will chair the Pubuc Relations Committee, whose unt ^
advise the Board of Directors in developing ov PU,'ipo8ito
Public Relations policies. He will also eorveon the i> mdu*J
Advisory and the New Directors Committees. ""I
Israeli Dance classes will be bald on Wedne<*t..
7:30 at the University of Miami HOlel Jewish StudTmY*hU *
Mrs. Ida Cohen, celebrated her 80th birthday th
fourth of Jury with her children Mary and Ralph Re\ i!2 '**
and Avrum and Sandy Cohen. She has been a res.d, m^u"*
Beach for 56 years. An avid golfer. Mrs. Cohen i"4*
Bayshore Clubs President s Cup two years in a row ^ "*
volunteer at Mount Sinai Medical Center and a mfmk. ,"'
United True Sisters of Florida. raher of
The Juvenile Diabetes Foundation will host a nmu-.
Coin and Stamp show at the Cutler Ridge Mall sS."?*
12. 12 to 5 p.m. ^*^ "" u,My. Job
The Young Singles of 'Sample Emanu-EI (20-40) will h.
pizza and wine party at 7 30 p.m.. Sunday. July 12. "*<
Harry Levy. President of Voters Incorporated will hold
"Town Hall Meeting" on Tuesday evening, July 14 m theiurf1
torium of the Washington Savings and Loan Awn vZ
Washington Ave.. Miami Beach. 7:30 p.m. Guest -'
mclude. Mr, Maryon Fraifeldnr. Dr. Leoaard H.b*r SHa?
Bruce Singer. w
Grant Center Hospital appointed Kara Haber to the Board
fJJirT? "T^I "vi educatiorud con.ultinno
the hospital in 1976 and then aa Director of Education to"197?
nce that time she has been a consultant to the member, of th*
Board and to the school program.
The town of Surfside. Recreation I)Murim.n, ;n
Israeli Folk Dicing to^m*YmMrT'*?2!.
Community Center. sSnd.y.JulyT2. 3 pT Urfwfe
J. Katzman. chairman of the trustees of the Louis Srh.
ZnSS^Mmfip Fun,d- nnound ^ rund^ awards
ten grants for profeasionaJ growth for teachers who wuTnas
tiapate in a variety of programs ptr'
Variety Children's Hospital has ham aBrr4^ < ,
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Jv 10. 1981
+Jelst fhridian
>uple Celebrates 68 Years Together 1
Meyer and Ida Gold-
J i do." it was for
Ke Goldsteins recently
| their 68th wedding an-
, at a surprise party
, bv the management of
Sink where they live. Ir-
L>n Tower, the new adult
fa living facility of the
Jewish Home and Hospi-
\ned.
married that long re-
ro special people com-
> one another." said Mrs.
we have been mar
ong because we are good
other." Goldstein
i credits his wife's chicken
|r their lasting relatwn-
I and 88 years of age, they
aost of their time looking
another and decorating
t* apartment. As reel
I Irving Cypen Tower the
us can benefit from
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d social services offered '
fome
Goldsteins were among
It residents to move in
[he building opened in
said Judge Cypen.
sj as Chairman of the,
[i the Home. "The support |
offered here will allow
live independently until
th anniversary.
UMMCt, Mr. Goldstein
[Lif. is like a dream, you
\ck and you can't believe
l years have passed."
j eager u> display a photo
[of pictures of a younger
land Ida. A wedding invi-
Ifrom that special day in
emams in good condition
J pagi The Goldsteins have
la card from President and
larter which they received
years ago congratulating
pn their65th anniversary.
On- retiring to Miami 23
tgo, Goldstein was in a
liru; partnership with Ida's
pr for 65 years. Prior to
[marriage, the Goldsteins
each other through the
hut it wasn't until she
Sim on the bus one day and
U him to her house that
I d their own partner-
\- a young tradesman.
' sent as much money as he
vi to his parents in
Ida explains it is because
1 promise of Moses, that a
I who .ires for his parents
l blessed with long life that
Dave Iived so long.
Goldsteins are proof that
life is truly a blessing.
(From left standing) Rabbi and Mrs. Irving Lehrman, Judge
and Mrs. Irving Cypen, attended the surprise dinner party in
honor of the Goldsteins (seated).
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Of
TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB
The 4th Of July Missed You, Louis Shochet Jf^
The founder of the Jewish Floridian was an all
American Jew. To him every synagogue was important
and he listed every one of them in Greater Miami,
designating Its denomination and its Rabbi, its
location and its Service sermon, just as if it were vital
news to all his readers. In years when he had 18
Synagogue to list. It was not only good Judaism, it was
good business... "cast thy bread upon the waters and
it shall come back to thee" Buttered!. Now the 80
Synagogues are here, but Lous Shochet is not. Fewer
than 18 appear in the July 3rd issue, and no mention is
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American Jew that the issue might have appeared with
the front page printed in red white and blue, with the
flag of Israel on one top corner and the flag of America
on the other.
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suggesting this be a double celebration paying tribute
ito one ideal, "freedom for all mankind" as directed in
'the Torah and as observed by the only two great
democracies in the world-Israel and America, two great
allies celebrating as one. one day July the 4th en-
compassing July the 4th 1776 upon which was -red
the SHOT heard round the world and July the 4th 1976
when a young American Jew led an Israeli rescue
mission to Entebbe and in just sixty minutes
straightened the posture of all free and responsible
men all over the world, enshrining "Operation
Jonathan" as one of history's finest hours.
May next years 4th of July issue of the Flor.d.an
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lie Notice
IIRCUIT COURT OF
I'vENTM JUDICIAL
>T IN AND FOR
fcuNTY.FLORlOA
KLY DIVISION
[no II 10304 FC
Ice OF ACTION
vi.irnaijeof
IMU-I.KH
nvita
rABOONE.
,nt Husband
CT TABOONE
, mknown
KHK T TABOONE
- notified to fUe your
Tthis Petition torDla
I Marriage with the
he Court and mall a
. ctitloner's Attorney
[GALLUP. 2M6 Sal
,et Coral Oeblea.
3134. on or before
5N1 else Petition will
onfeaaed
a> of July. 1081 _
fknl' BRINKER
Xv circuit Court
|l" |' Cope land
Keputy Clerk
circuit court OF
EVENTH JUDICIAL
jlT IN AND FOR
OUNTY, FLORIDA
jtlLY DIVISION
jnohhiofc
Ice of action
}e Marriage of
I.AVALLE.
, I.AVALLE.
UEL I.AVALLE
enton Avenue
city n i OMOi
U NOTIFIED that
IMisolutlon of
filed
. are re
. py of your
i it on
. N ESQ .
Mhoa*
lelan.l
-.i Daile
i Miami, Hot
July si.
the original with
| art either
on Petitioner's
-.lialely therv
Insist a default will
Inal you for the
landed in the com
ptilion
m June 24. 1881
IDP BKINKER
trk of the Court
AU Wade
eputy Clerk
|July 3 10. 17.24. 1M1
rice UNDER
fOUSNAME LAW
18 HEREBY
It the undersigned.
J eng*ge In buatneaa
Ifi.'titioua name IN
1Y JEROME at 1070
ROAD. DANIA.
intend! to register
1th the Clerk of the
of I>de County.
UE HERMAN
JunaM;
July I. 10.17, 1M1
ICE UNDER
3USNAME LAW
IS HEREBY
p' the undersigned.
ngage In buatneaa
flrllUous name
KTERIA. at T410
iliaml. Fl*. Intends
sld name with the
circuit Court of
Florida.
Rodrlgues.
| owner
June 18;
July 1.10.17. imi
(RCUIT COURT OF
/ENTM JUDICIAL
[IT IN AND FOR
OECOUNTY
' No II 45J7
: MARRIAGE OF
JLLE.
n Wife.
Ihoij.k.
ent Husband
IKULUE
Is tree t
bwn
, Bahamaa
ncEor
JCATION
HEREBY NOTI
Petition For Dle-
_ i has been
: you and you are
>rva a copy of your
Pleading to said
petitioner s at
*GE T RAMAN1.
TU. Blacayne
West Flatter
nl. Florida uiao
1 Answer or
Office of the
Clerk, on or
of July. ltRi If
' so. judgment by
be taken agalnat
fllef demanded In
ORDERED at
(County. Florida.
"lie. 1981
V' BRINKER
urt Clerk
! County. Florida
Bedasse
|ty Clerk
June 24;
lulyS. 10.17. 1M1
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN ANDFOR
OAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA
FAMILY DIVISION
Cats Noll 10274 FC
IN RK THE MARRIAGE OF
Michelle Woelffie.
Husband,
and
Donna Woelffie,
Wife
TO: Mr Michelle Woelffie.
134 Rue Bourbon
Chatellerault.
France
NOTICE OF
PUBLICATION
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that a Petition For Dis-
solution Of Marriage has been
filed against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your
Answer or Pleading to said
Ctlt Ion on petitioner's at
rney. GEORGE T RAMANI.
ESQ. Suite 711. Blacayne
Building. 1* West Flagler
Street, Miami. Florida 33130
and file the Original Answer or
Pleading In the Office of the
Circuit Court Clerk, on or be-
fore 7 day of August 1981 If
you fall to do so. judgment by
default will be taken against
you for the relief demanded In
said petition
DONE AND ORDERED at
Miami. Dade County. Florida,
this 2 day of July. 1981.
RICHARD P BRINKER
Circuit Court Clerk
Dade County, Florida
BY M J Hartnett
Deputy Clerk
July 10.17. 24. SI. 1981
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned.
desiring to engage in business
under the fictitious name of
HARRV M GORDON tX) at
number. ITT1 I Andrews, Ave
. the I 'itv Ol Fort l-auder
la to
, i name with the
Hi Court of
Count) Florida
HARRl M GORDON
>* hit
H %RD \ BCM TON
AU' \jiplicant
N K. l-i Street
Suit.
North Miami Beach. Fll
nuts,.' June 19.28.
July 3. 10. 1981
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN ANDFOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
FAMILY DIVISION
Cats No .11 ? MO FC
NOTICE OF
PUBLICATION
IN RE The Marriage of:
DANIELLE FLOOD,
formerly known as
DANIELLE FLOOD
GUXESPIE
Petitioner Wile
and
CHARLES BRETTE
GILLBSPIE.
Respondent Husband
TO: CHARLES BRETTE
GILLESPIE
Residence Unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY notified
that a Petition for Annulment
has been filed against you You
are required to serve a copy of
your answer or pleading upon
the PellUoner-Wlfe or upon
Petitioner Wife's attorney.
DONALD MATES. ESQUIRE.
2301 Collins Avenue. Suite M-8.
Miami Beach. FL 331 SB. and
file the original answer or
pleading In The office of the
Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
before the 17 day of July. 1981.
otherwise a Default Judgment
will be entered against you
DATED this 17 day of June.
1981 in Miami Dade County.
Florida
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk <> the Circuit Court
By M J Hartnett
DEPUTY CLERK
PJBJ9J June 19,28;
July 3. 10. 1981
IN THI CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
ANO FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action
No. II -WSeFC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OFMARRIAOE
IN RE THE Marriage of
J.T GILLUM.
Petitioner Husband
and
DOLUE GILLUM.
Respondent Wife.
TO DolIleGtllum
M Seattle
Memphis. Tennessee
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI
F1ED that an action for Dlsso
luUon of Marriage has been
filed against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your
written defenses. If any. to It on
ARTHUR H LIPSON. attorney
for Petitioner, whose address Is
1415 N.W. 18T 8L. Suite 218.
Miami. Florida, and file the
original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before
July 17. 1981, otherwise 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 18 day of June.
1009
RICHARD P BRINKER
AaClerk CsTOUttOout
Dade County, Florida
ByM J Hartnett
As Deputy Clerk
Mfj June 19. 28.
JulyS. 10.198'
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
ITICE is HEREBY
GIVEN th.it the und
rig In III age in hi anneal
the ftctlUoua mum i
Si Bon ;il BOO N E 183rd St N
Miami Beach, Flu 33160 In
tends to register said name
wttfl the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida
Norma Lopez.
Sylvia Modesto
LI vlar i Bonopaladlno
09931 June 12. 19. 28;
JulyS. 1981
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
UIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious name JEW-
ISH HIGH SCHOOL; JEWISH
HIGH SCHOOL OF SOUTH
FLORIDA at 18900 N.E. 26
Avenue. North Miami Beach.
Florida 33180 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
09988 June 28;
July 3. 10. 17.1981
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action
No. II-SH* (FC) (25)
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN KK THE MARRAIGE OF
AliRIF.NNEHEAUCHARD.
Pililioner Wife
and
Fl ORB OBEAI CHAKH.
Respondent Husband
To FLORA s BEAUCHARI
ipondepl Husband
Residence Unki
YOl ARE HEREBY NOTI
I- IED that a petition lor Dlsso
luUon or your Man-tag* has
bean tiled and commenced in
hi- ourl and you are required
U] serve a dm of your written
'li lenses. If any. to It on
LLOYD M ROUTMAN. ESQ
attorney for Petitioner whose
address is Suite 81S. 1st State
Bank Bldg 7900 NE 2nd Ave .
Miami. Fl. 331S8 and file the
original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before
July 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-
secuUve weeks In THE JEW
ISHFLORIDLAN
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami,
Florida on this 18 day of June.
1981
RICHARD P. BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
ByK Selfrled
As Deputy Clerk
OJEM June 28,
JulyS. 10, 17.1981
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
IN THE CIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITIN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
FAMILY DIVISION
Case No II 4473 FC
IN RE
JOHN JEFFREY
GAITHER. by
and through his next best
friend, natural mother
and guardian,
SUSAN SCHWARTZ.
Petitioner.
TO JOHN M. GAITHER.
Residence Unknown
VERIFIED PETITION
FOR CHANGE OF NAME
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that a Verified Petition
(or Change of Name has been
filed and commenced in this
Court and you are required to
serve a copy of your written
defense. If any. to It on
RICHARD O DUNBERO.
ESQUIRE. Attorney for Peti-
tioner, who address U GOOD-
MAN. DUNBERG HOCH
MAN, PA 8888 Sunset Drive.
Suite ISO. Miami. Florida SS14J,
and file the original with the
Clerk of the above styled Court
on or before Die 24 day of July.
191. othrwlse a default w 111 be
entered against you tor the
relief prayed for In the Petl
tlOR.
This notice shall be published
once each week for four con-
secutive weeks In the JEWISH
FLOR1DIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the
aeal of amid Court at Miami.
Florida, on this S3 day of June.
'"rICHARD P. BRINKER
As Clsrk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By M J Hartnett
As Deputy Clerk
RICHARD O. DUNBERO.
Ksy
Attorney for Petitioner
GOODMAN. DUNBERG a
Hi H I'M AN. PA
8088 Sunset Drive.
Suite 180
Miami. Florida 33143
Telephone ISOOI 279-8000
atmi June 28.
JulyS. 10.17.1881
INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITIN ANDFOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
Case No. 81-9401 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE BY
PUBLICATION
IN RE; The Marriage of:
\NMRK GERMAIN.
Petitioner Husband,
and
I AY MONDE GERMAIN.
Respondent Wife.
O RAYMOND GERMAIN
YOU, RAY MONDE 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
thereof upon the petitioner's
attorney. Herman Cohen. Esq..
822 S.W 1st Street. Miami.
Florida, 33130. on or before
July 27, 1981. or else petition
will be confessed.
Dated: June 17. 1981
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk. Circuit Court
By L.C. Bedasae
Deputy Clerk
091*64 June 19,38;
JulyS. 10.1081
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action
No. II 10245 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE FOR DISSOLUTION
OFMARRIAOE
IN RE The Marriage Of:
EDELMA L VARGAS,
a-k-a
EDELMA LUZQUIROS.
Petitioner,
and
VICTOR M VARGAS.
Respondent
TO VICTOR M VARGAS
ConsueloNo 105
IREQI ll'A. Peru
Yol ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FTJE11 that .i Petition for Disso-
lution of your Marriage has
been filed and commenced In
this Court and you are required
to serve a copy of your written
defenses, if any. to It. on CAR-
LOfl M MENDEZ. ESQ at
torney for Petitioner, whose
address is 2985 W 4th Avenue.
H1ALEAH. Florida. 33012 and
file the original with the clerk
of the styled court on or before
August 7. 1981. otherwise a de-
fault 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 core
secutlve weeks In THE JEW
ISHFLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami.
Florida on this 1 day of July.
1981.
RICHARD P BRINKER
AsOerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
ByM. J Hartnett
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal
CARLOS M MENDEZ.
ESQ
2980 W. 4th Ave.,
HIALEAH. Fla. 33012
Attorney for Petitioner
00898 July 10.17. 24. SI. 1981
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
C**e No.11 10054 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
iN RE THE MARRIAGE OF:
LILLIAN PAYNE
Petitioner. Wife
and
MILTON PAYNE
Respondent. Husband
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO. MILTON PAYNE
I residence- Unknown)
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
an action for Dissolution of
Marriage has been filed
against you and you are re-
quired to serve a copy of your
written defenses. If any. to It on
Rl'SSELL ROSENTHAL.
ESQUIRE. Petitioner's
Attorney, whose address Is
1.IBERMAN A BENJAMIN
and ASSOCIATES. PA 9801
Sunset Drive. Miami. Florida
33173. on or before July 31. 1981.
and file the original with the
Clerk of this Court either be-
fore service on Petitioner's
Attorney or Immediately
thereafter, otherwise a default
will be entered against you for
the relief demanded In the Pe-
Utlon.
WITNESS my hand and seal
of this Court on June 38.1981.
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: M. J. Hartnett
Deputy Clerk
JulyS. 10. IT.34. 1981
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBT
UIVEN that the undersigned.
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious name D. M
Ct DISTRIBUTORS SOUTH, at
748 Commerce Lane. South
Miami. Florida intend to
register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida
D M R INTERNATIONAL.
INC..
by: A. ME1.VIN MORRIS
President
Ijiw Offices of Alnslee R.
Ferlde
Attorney for Applicant
Suite 215
717 Ponce de Leon Blvd.. Coral
Gables. Fl 33134
10000 July 10. 17. 24.31. 1981
INTHE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File No.81 5141
IN HE ESTATE OF
EDDIE L MCRAE
Deceased
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING
CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
AGAINST THE ABOVE
ESTATE AND ALL OTHER
PERSONS INTERESTED IN
THE ESTATE:
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that the administration
of the estate of EDDIJS L
McRAE. deceased File
Number 81-5141. Is pending In
the Circuit Court for Dade
County. Probate Division, the
address of which Is 73 West
Flagler Street. Miami. Florida
33130 The personal represen
tatlve of the estate la LUCILLE
MILTON McRAE, whose
address la 2891 N. W 47th
Street. Miami. Florida. The
name and address of the
personal representative's
attorney are set forth below
All persons having claims or
demands against the estate are
required. WITHIN THREE
MONTHS FROM THE DATE
OF THE FIRST PUBLICA-
TION OF THIS NOTICE, to file
with the clerk of the above
court a written statement of
any claim or demand they may
have Each claim must be In
writing and must Indicate the
, basis for the claim, the name
and address of the creditor or
his agent or attorney, and the
amount claimed If the claim Is
not yet due. the date when It
will become due shall be
slated If the claim is contin-
gent or unliquidated, the
nature of the uncertainty shall
! Butted If the claim is se-
cured, the security shall be de
bad The claimant, shall
deliver sufficient copies of the
i i.i mi to the clerk to email
. lerfc to mall OlM cop) I
.-..., repieeentative
ah persona Interested in the
* horn a cop) of this
Notice oi Admlsustratlo
been mailed .tre required,
WITHIN THREE MONTHS
FROM THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE, to file any ob
jecliuns they may have that
challenges the validity of the
decedents will, the quail
(nations of the personal re-
presentative, or the venue or
junsell. lion of the court.
ALL CLAIMS. DEMANDS.
AND OBJECTIONS NOT SO
FILED WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED.
Date of the first publication
of this Notice of Administra-
tion: JulyS, 1081
Lucille Milton McRae
As Personal Representative
of the Estate of
EDDIE L. McRAE
Deceased
ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL
REPRESENTATIVE I
S. HI. AIR ROSS, PA.
1487 N.W 7th Street
. Miami. Florida S3125
Telephone I SOS I 642-0722
091987_____________JulyS, 10, 1981
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIOA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action
No.II-10343 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE FOR DISSOLUTION
OFMARRIAOE
IN RE: THE MARRI AGE OF
MARAMET ETTENNE.
Petitioner Husband
and
SYLVIE MERCIUS
ETIENNE.
Respondent Wife
TO: SYLVIE MERCIUS
ETIENNE
Seven Section
Marotlere.
Port de-Palx
Haiti. West Indies
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that s petition for Dlsso
lutlon of your Marriage has
been filed and commenced In
this court and you are required
to serve a copy of your written
defenses. If any. to It on
LLOYD M ROUTMAN, ESQ
attorney for Petitioner, whose
address Is Suite 815. 1st State
Bank Bldg 7900 NE 2nd Ave-
nue, Miami. FL 33188, and file
the original with the clerk of
the above styled court on or be-
fore August 7,1881. 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
secutlve weeks In THE JEW-
ISH FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami,
Florida on this 2nd day of July,
1981.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By A D. Wade
As Deputy Clerk
10004 July 10.17.84. SI. 1981
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Public Notice
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
given that th* undrtoid,
desiring to engage in business
under the fictitious name
STONEHENGE COM
PITERS at 1160 Kane Con
course. Bay Harbor Island.
Fla SS1M Intends to regtaUr
said name with the Clara of the
Circuit Court of Dade County
Florida
Centurion Enterprise*
Incorporated
By Robert (TaudloTobal
100 percent interest
June IB M
July 3. 10. 1M1
NOTICE OP ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
INTMECIRCUITCOURTOP
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITOP FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action
No. H-msFC
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE FOR DISSOLUTION
OP MARRIAGE
.\KE THE MARRIAGK Of
.. ,v ;"S
Mioner Wife
^nri
a in ANGUS.
oniicnt-HusOand
\L\ IN VMJIS
5 V ecus Avenue
-.one ..amaica
Veil ,i-.K HEREBY NOTI-
I that a petition for Disso-
lution of vour Marriage ruu
tjeen filed and commenced in
this court and vou are required
to serve a cop> of your written
defense*. U any. to it on HAR
OLD CEASE ESCJ attorney
(or Petitioner, whose address la
2730 Meat Flagler Street.
Miami Florida. 13138 and file
the original with the dark of
the above styled court on or
before July 34 1M1, otherwise
a default will be entered
against you for the relief
prayed for In the complaint or
petition
v. itness my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami.
Florida on this M day of June.
19ffl
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By M. J Hartnett
As Deputy Clark
1 Circuit Court Seal 1
HAROLD CEASE. Esq.
7730 West FBaler St
Miami. Florida 33! X,
Attorney for Petitioner
Julys. 10. 17. 34. 1
.<
AFFIDAVIT UNDER
FICTITIOUS
NAME STATUTE
STATE OP FLORIDA
COUNTY OF DADE
as.
The undersigned inder oath
aays it la the intention of the
undersigned to engage In a
business enterprise under the
flctltioua name of CORAL
REEF PROPERTIES located
at 16060 South Dixie Highway In
the City of Miami. Dada
County. Florida
Thoae Intereaten in said en
terpnae. and the extent of the
interest of each. Is as follows:
Interest
MIAMI SOUTH
REALTY. INC
15065 So Dixie Highway
Miami. Florida
Sworn to and subscribed to
before me. at Miami. Florida
this 2th day of June. lSSl
Notary Public,
state of Florida
AtUaff
My Commission
expires Apr 0. IMS
Bonded thru General Ins
I'nderwriters
Proof of publication of this'
intention to register Is filed'
herewith, pursuant to the pro- '
visions of Chapter 30*63. Laws
oflMl iMBOBFSAi
July 3.10. 17. M.1M1
AFFIDAVIT UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME
STATUTE
STATE OF U >KII.A
COUNTY OF DADE
The undersigned, under oath
says: It Is the Intention of th*
undersigned to engage In a
business enterprise under th*
fictitious name of SOUTH
FLORIDA SEAL COAT
located at 4630 S W B7 Court Ir
uie nty of Miami. Dada
County. Florida
Those interested In said en
terprla*. and the extant of th*
interval of each. Is as follows
THOMASC ROWSEY. Pre*..
ATCRCorp Owner
46*08 W 7Court
Miami. Florida
Junsll .36
Julys. 10. 1M1
NOTICE OF
PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OP FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
(FAMILY DIVISION)
ClItNo > lOCt*
IN RE The Marriage of
KOROl'SH MEHRPOCYAN.
Petitioner
and
BENHAZ MEHRPOUYAN.
Respondent
TO BENHAZ MEHR
POUTAM
Residence I'hnown
or
TO BENHAZ MEHR-
POUYAN
c-o Behnam Ellassadeh.
brother
1*300 Ventura Blvd .
N 101A
Encino Calif 91436
YOl BENHAZ MEHR
04 VAN ARE HEREBY
NOTIFIED THAT A Petition
for Dissolution of Marriage has
been (lied against you. and you
are penuired to serve a copy ol
vour Answer or Pleading to the
Petition for Dissolution ol
Marriage n the Petitioner
Attorney FRANK STREL
kow t .;av esoj
rtal Bank Building. :**
Kennedy Causeway North Ba^
Milage. Florida 33141. and file
'he (internal Answer or Plead-
ng .:i lb* LMfie*. 1 it the Clem M
the ilrcuit Court on or betore
. day of July, iiwi K vou
'ail to do so. Judgment or De-
' will be taken against you
ne reiie( demanded in the
tition
rnis Notice shall be pub-
lished once each week (or (our
consecutive weeks in THE
JEWISH FLORID1 AN
DATED this 29 day of June.
1981
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk of the Circuit Court
BY N A Hewett
Deputy Clerk
FRANK. STRELKOW A GAY
Attorneys for Petitioner
602 Capital Bank Bldg.
1666 Kennedy Causeway
North Bay Village
Florida 33141
Telephone .3061868-4711
UWW1 July 3. 10. 17. 24. IBM
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN ANDFOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
FAMILY DIVISION
Case Ne II 1M23 FC
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN RE The Marriage Of
MASUDA ZEHRI.
Petitioner Husband
vs.
CHERYL JEAN ZEHRI.
Respondent Wife
TO CHERYL JEAN ZEHRI
Residence Unknown
YOU CHERYL JEAN
ZEHRI are hereby notified to
file your answer to this Petition
for Dissolution of Marriage
with the Clerk of th* Court and
mail a copy to Petitioners
Attorney DANIEL GALLUP
236S Salxedo Street. Coral Gab-
le* Florida. 33134. on or before
July 31. 1(S1 els* Petition will
be taken as confessed.
This 29th day of June. 1981
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk Circuit Court
By A. D Wade
Deputy Clerk
'992 Julys. 10. 17.24. 1981
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned.
daalrtng to engage In business
und*r list fictitious name
MAXWELL TRUCKING at
330 N W 37 Avenu*. Miami.
Florida. 33147 intends kg r*gl*
tar said nam* with th* Clark of
the Circuit Court of Dada
County Florida
Maxwell O Hinds
June 36:
JulyS. 10.17. 1981
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN ANDFOB
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
FAMILY DIVISION
Cat* No II 4744 FC
NOTICE OP ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
IN RE THE MARRIAGE OF
MARIA VEGA CLASS
Petitioner Wile
and
FILE MAN CLASS
Respondent Husband
TO FILEMAN CLASS
22 South Ave
Newark. Jew Jersey
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
an action for DIVORCE has
been filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses. If any. to
It on David I Schloabcrg. Peti-
tioner s attorney, whose ad 1
dress is 3000 Biscayne Blvd .
Suite 611. Miami Florida 33137
on or before July 17. 1981 and'
file the original with the Clerk'
of this Court *tth*r before serv-
ice on Petitioner's attorney or
Immediately thereafter:
otherwise a default will be
entered against you for the
relief demanded In the com-
plaint or petition
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of this Court June 16. IMi
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk of the Court
By M J Hartnett
Aa Deputy Clark
O**61 June 19. 26.
July 1.10. 1981
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that th* undersigned,
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious nam* Inter-
national Machinery Company
at 4682 8 W 137 Court. Miami.
Fla 33176 intends to register!
said name with the Clerk of th*
Circuit Court of Dad* County
FT rlda
tlcardo O BAN DO Owner
MOSS June 19. 36.
JulyS, 10. 1981
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned.
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious name Inter
am*rica* Industrial Plaaa at
7909 N 64th Street. Miami.
Florida 3S1W Intends to
register said nam* with th*
Clerk of th* Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida
BY Harry Hahamovltch
SCHONINGER. JANKOWTTZ
AND SIEGFRIED. P A.
Attorneys for
H H H construction Corp
09965 JulvJO 17 34 31 19*1
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIBCUIT IN AND FOB
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
Case No |i 17
FAMILY DIVISION
IN RE The Marriage I >f
RUBY SHAW
Petitioner Wife
and
r< s -;haw
Respondent Husband
IUCATION
YOl HAH
N
KNOVYN ,.- 1 ere 9) notified to
vour Answer to
tition For Dissolution of
I against vou
* attorne\
-
Av*
SIM anil
flie ongin. witfi UV
>etor* uly 31.
IBM otherwise the Petition
will be ronfessed by you
iTBD this JO day of June
1981
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk
By K Selfrled
Deputy Clerk
009B July 3. 10. 17 24. 1981
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
OAOE COUNTY, FLORIDA
Cave No H r*4 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 are
required to serve a copy of your
written defenses if any.
BERNARD J LEVY ESC,
Attorney for Petitioner 633
N E 167 St N MB Fl S3162
on or before July 17. 19M and
file the original with the clerk
of this court, otherwise a
default will be entered against
you
Dated June 11. 1981
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk
bvK Seifned
As Deputy Clerk
<*n3 June IB 26
July 3. 10. 19S1
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
Case No II 10015
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE BY
PUBLICATION
IN KE The Marriage Of
El OKIE 0 PAKISSE.
Petitioner wife,
and
VMI.NER JEAN
PAKISSE
Respondent husband
Yol V.ILNEH JEAN PAR
1B8E residence unknown are
requested to file your answer kg
the petition (or dissolution of
marriage with the Clerk of the
above Court and serve a copy
thereof upon the petlUoner s
attorney Herman Cohen. Esq
622 S W 1st Street Miami. Fla
SUM, on or before August 3
1981 or else petition will be
confess ed
Dated June 26. 1981
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk Circuit Court
By N A Hewett
"*< JulyS 10. 17 24.1981 |
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITINANDFOR
OAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA
FAMILY DIVISION
Case Noll 4W8FC
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN RE The Marriage Of
KATHARINAJ BROWN
Petitioner Wife
va
JEROME JOHN BROWN.
Reapondent Husband
TO: JEROME JOHN BROWN
RESIDENCE UNKNOWN
YOU JEROME JOHN
BROWN are hereby notified to
file your answer to this Petition
for Dissolution of Marriage
with the Clark of th* Court and
mall a copy to Petitioner's
Attorney DANIEL OALLUP.
MBA Saliedo Street. Coral
Gables Florida. M1M. on or
before Jury 17. 1981 **
Petition will be taken as con
fesaed
This nth day of June 1981
RICHARD P BRINKER
Cterk Circuit Court
By A D Wad*
Deputy Clerk
June It. 38.
JulyS. 10. 1981
IN THE CIBCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITINANDFOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
CasaNa.ll-WJRFC
NOTICE EY
PUBLICATION
IN RE Th* Marriage Of
L HARRISSON ANICET.
Petitioner Husband
and
BERNANDETTE ANICET.
Reapondent Wife
TO BERNADETTE ANICET
AUTO ROUTE CARR
No 104
PORT AU PRINCE.
HAITI
YOl- ARE HEREBY notified
that a Petition for Dissolution
of Marnage has been filed
against you and you are hereby
required to serve a copy of your
answer or other pleading to th*
Petition on the Petitioner s
Utomev LESTFR ROGERS
whose address is 1464 N W 11
Avenue Miami Florida 33136
and file the ongina. with the
Clerk ol the above stvled Court
i>*fore this 11 day ol July.
'.B81 or a Default will be en
.ereci against you
. K: '.Ms Jf dav of June.
K1CHAR! I IP. SKEP.
"..r.hk "r Hi
Ml KT
By M J Hart-
**>* I >M1
AFFIDAVIT UNDER
FICTITIOUS
NAME STATUTE
STATE OF FLORIDA
COUNTY OF DADS
M.
Th* undersigned, under oath
saya It la th* Intention of th*
undersigned to engage In bus)
ness under th* fictitious nam*
of QUALITY OFFICE MACH-
INES located at IBS Eaat First
Avenue In th* City of Hlalaah
Dad* County, Florida
Those interested In said en
terprla*. and th* extant of the
inter**! of each, la aa follows
Inter* st
UL'ALITY OFFICE '
MACHINES Or
MIAMI. INC
Ml E lit Av* .
Hlalaah. Fl*.
Sworn to and subscribed to
before me at Miami Florida.
this 24th day ol June. 1M1
Notary Public
State of Florida
At Large
My Commission
expires Aug 12. 1964
Bonded thru General Ins
'rwnter*
Proof of publication of this
mention to register is filed
herewith pursues* to th* pro
visions ol Chapter .'0963. Laws
t:4: moil
17 24 1981
N0TICE0F ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
.NO PROPERTY
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN
AND FOR OAOE COUNTY
Civil Action
No I' 441 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN KE The Marnage of
MIRIAM NOEMI
BRANSDOKF
Petltloner
and
JAMES A RRANSDORF
Respondent
TO JAMES A HKANSDORF
191071SI Street
Miami Beach.
Flonda 33141
TOR 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
wirtten defenses if any to It on
Bruce J Schelnberg. attorney
(or Petitioner whose address is
430 Lincoln Road Suit* 312
Miami Beach Florida 33139
and file the ongtnal with the
clerk of the above styled court
n or before JULY 34. 1981.
otherwise a default will be
entered against you for th*
relief demanded in the com-
plaint or petition
This notice shall be published
once each week for four con-
secutive weeks in THE JEW
1SHFLORID1AN
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami
Flonda on this 22 day of June
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk Circuit Court
Dade County Flonda
By Willie Bradahaw Jr
As Deputy Clerk
' Circuit Court Sea 1
Bruce J Schelnberg
430 Lincoln Road Mall
Suite 512
Miami Beach Flonda 33139
Attorney (or Petitioner
June 36.
10 17 1981
July 3
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE II HEREBY
iL lh"t u* undersigned
desinng to engage in business
under the llcUUoua name
PH1MEKA GRAN FERIA IN
TKH.NACIONAL DC LALA
IAMACOL at 1417 Vk Flagler
St Miami Kla 33136 intends
to register said name with the
< lerk ol the llrcult Court of
Dade County. Florida
CAMARA DE COMERCIO
LATINA INC
By LL'ISSABINES. Praa
vmtu June 36.
_________ JulyS. 10. 17. 1(81
NOTICE UNDER
~.!J.CI.,T,OU$ **** -**
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, desiring
to engage in business under the
fictitious name HISPAEM at
1 Madrid Slr**t, Coral
Gables. Florida 33134 Intends to
register said name with the
Clerk of th* Circuit Court of
Dade County Florida.
HISPANIC AMERICAN
EDUCATIONAL
MATERIALS, INC
By Jo*-Naar.Pr*Mdent
JulyS. 10 17, 1981
NOTICE UNOkR
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that th* undersigned
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious name
SOUTHEAST BUSINESS
CENTER at M46 Darwin St.
Suit* 303. Miami. Fla 33133
Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of th* Circuit
Court of Dad* County. Florida
Southeast Real Estate
Corporation
By Alain Bsrrabi
^^ Resident Agent
tmm* June 12 19. M.
______ July 3. 1981
INTHECIRCUITCOURTOF
'HE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
OAOE COUNTY FLORlOJ
CjmN*
'e-MJMFCi 19)
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE EV
PUBLICATION
IN RE THE MARRIAGE oF
ROBERTA LEE TEW
Petitioner
and
JAMES LEONARD TEW
Respondent
YOl I AMES LEONARD
r>:w ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED TO FILE your wntten
response to this action to Im
press Lien for Delinquent Child
Support with the Cterk of the
above Court and serve a copy
upon Petitioner s Attorneys.
SA1 I. T VON ZAMFT and
SAMUEL E SMITH 1330 S
Dixie Highway Suit* MM) Coral
Gablea Florida 331*6. on or bo-
fore the 7 day of July. 1M1 else
th* Petition to Impress Lien tor
Delinquent Child Support will
be taken as confessed
This not ice shall be published
one* each week for four con
secutlve weeks in THE JEW
ISH FLORID IAN
DATE July 7 IMI
RICHARD P BRINKER
BY N A Hewett
Deputy CTerk
10002 July 10 17. 34. 31 1981
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DAOE COUNTY
Civ.I Acts**
N* II 19661 PC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAOE
IN RE THE MARRIAGE OF
OLGATEEN EDGECOMB
Petitioner Wit*,
and
NATHANIEL EDGECOMB
Respondent Husband
ro NATHANIEL
EDOBOOMB
Grants Town
Nassau Bahamas
"CM ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that an action for Disso-
lution of Marnag* rsma bean
filed against you and you ar*
required to serve a copy of your
wntten defenses, if any to it on
HAR\EY D FRIEDMAN
ESJ ATTORNEY FOR Peti-
tioner whose address is 430
Lincoln Road Sult*3""9 Miami
Beach Florida 33139 and file
the original with the cterk of
the above styled court on or b*
for* August 17 1981 other*is*
a default will be entered
against you for th* relief de-
manded in the complaint or
petition
This notice shall be published
one* each week for four con-
secutive weeks in THE JEW
ISH FLORID IAN
WITNESS my hand and th*
eal of said court at Miami,
r londa on this 7 day of July
1981 ''
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Cterk. Circuit Court
Dad* County. Florida
By Wilii. Bradahaw Jr
As Deputy Clark
1 Circuit Court Seal 1
HARVEY D FRIEDMAN
430 Lincoln Road -
Suit* 379
Miami Beach. Fla 31119
TeNphone I 3061 6310391
Attorney for PsUUonar
10003 July 10. 17.34.31 1981
NOTICE UNOBR
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that th* und*r*tgn*d
daalrtng to engag* la buatn***
under the fictitious nam** 11
BloGraFx 2. BtoGramx at P O
Bos. 398402 MIAMI BEACH.
FL 33139 inlands to register
ead names with th* Cterk of
th* Circuit Court of Dad*
County, Florida
NaalD Atkins. Owner
"* Jun*i9. 38.
July*. 10 1M1
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notice" _-
GIVEN Ok,,
daalrtng to
under th* |
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TERY uri
ROAD DAJcJ
intends to n_*i
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Court of Dsiv"
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ACTION FOR DE|
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IN RE Ttiellarn*,
KUDol>'<>rTUAS
Petitioner
and
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Respondent
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Apt No A]
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YOl AKt HE__
FIED that anacoal
lutlon of Marnap 1
filed attains! you
required to stntii
wntten defenses ft,
A Norman Llrutsg I
for Petitioner aftaaf
430 Limoin Real I
Beach Flonds Sill
the onginal with
the abo%r tvlefl 1
before JULY 3
wise a drfsult *mi
against you for tkt I
manded in th* n
petition
This nolle*shall!
once run *** k
secutite r is '
ISH FIXJKIDIAS
WITNESS m>
seal of said conn 8]
Florida un this 18
June lie:
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NOTICE OF
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INTHE CIRCU'TC
THE ELEVENTH!
CIRCUIT OF FL0R
ANO FOB DADJCI
Civil AC*"
No II'"
ACTION FOR DI$S0U
qsmARRiMI
IN RE Thi M*ria|
Gil.II MUNTUYA
and .
C.ARMEI.vMi>NTOTl.
Tt> CABJslELAMOEl
Resideniel rsra
VOt M1K HERIBI"
FIED thai an act**"
lutlon of Marnai*
filed against vou "V
required ID sen* atejr
wntten defenses lfJ
Philip 1- F08I J_.
for Petitioner ","g
8*0 IE -' '"*,
FforldaSSlJO andWJ
nal with th* clert *
styled court a" **.
M. 1981 "'"TTJi
will be entered sga
the rellel *"n*2T
complaint-r peUOon
This not..* esauJ".,
one* *ach -'***'
wcuUv* weeks "
I8HFLOKIDIAK
WITNESS my w"
seal of ssldI ccjyl\*t
Florida on Out U "
Dade County f\
A, Deputy CUf
(Circuit Court SsaJ'
Philip L Foft""
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ly 10,1981
+Jewist ncrtdttar
Australian P.M.
ion-Committal On
oops For Sinai Force
LVID FRIEDMAN
JHINGTON -
_ Prime Minister
Fraser of Austra-
[for New York after
.ys of talks with
Ent Reagan and other
rs of the Adminis-
in which he refused
.lit his government
Iply troops for the
ational force to
>inai.
I hopeful that Australia
. to participate.'* State
_ent spokesman Dean
[said He added that the
itration understands that
fants to consult with his
efore making a commit-
ary of State Alexander
_. that he hopes to have
|bv the end of July from
Vrnments that may con-
orces to patrol Sinai after
final withdrawal next
IALIA HAD been
to be one of the key
the Sinai patrol. But
jre Kraser left for the
I opposition developed
I hi> governing Liberal
rid the opposition Labor
|t. i having Australian
irticipate in any military
kacapt under United
(sponsorship.
The U.S. has had to form a
multinational force under the
provision of the Israeli-Egyptian
peace treaty because it believes
that any attempt to create such a
force at the UN Security Council
would be vetoed by the Soviet
Union.
An agreement on the force by
the U.S., Israel and Egypt was
announced in Cairo June 25 by
Michel Sterner, Deputy
Assistant Secretary of State for
Near Eastern and South Asian
Affairs. Sterner said the forces
would total 2.000 to 3.000 men of
which the U.S. would provide
800. including 70 civilian observ-
ers.
THE FORCE will be headed
by a director general who would
be an American. Next in line
would be a military field com-
mander, who would not be an
American. Both appointments
would be subject to the approval
of Israel and Egypt.
Fischer and no comment on Is-
raeli press reports that Prime
Minister Menachem Begin has
held up initialing the agreement
because of his objection to one
clause. "We do expect the text to
be shortly initialed.'' Fischer
said. According to Haarvtz.
liegin objected to a clause allow-
ing the force to be disbanded with
tht' mutual agreement of Israel
and Egypt This clause was
added after Egypt dropped its
demand to have the force linked
in some wav to the UN.
\pstate NY Judge Suspended
?or Calling Defendant 'Kikie'
KEVIN FREEMAN
YORK UTAJ The
Commission of Judicial
has ordered a 8-year-
judge removed from the
mei a lengthy inquiry into
he wrote to a motorist he
txi u 'Kikie."
Morgan Hloodgood of
in Sarasota County, has
to appeal the ruling and
kal>l> will continue serving
|$'J 1.000 a year part-time
pending the outcome of
eal according to a report
iki Stern, commission ad-
ator. in a telephone inter-
hth the Jewish Telegraphic
\ Stern declared, after the
lion's investigation, that
Judge's behavior was
shocking "
Judge BloodfOOd wrote a letter
in April. 1979 U) David Rosen-
bhim, Pennsylvania motorist
puked up by state police for
pwdillg- Rosenblum pleaded
guilt) b) mail and sent a per-
sonal cheek for $15 dollars to
Judge Bloodgood. but then
stopped payment
Judge Bloodgood said he had
made good on the check himself.
He said he then wrote to Rosen-
blum declaring he would notify
officials in both New York and
Pennsylvania that Rosenblum
was a scofflaw. The judge added.
"It is a shame that people like
you make it difficult to trust any-
one else.


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Moe Langer, Doris Yaffey, 74, ExLibrarian
71, of Dixie Gas
Moe Langer, 71, president of
the Dixie Gas Corp., died Friday,
July 3.
Mr. Langer came to Miami 32
years ago from Woodbridge, N.Y.
He was a director of the
Fallsburg-Langer Gas Co. of
South Fallsburg, N.Y. and a
member of Temple Judea.
Survivors included his wife,
Doris; son, Lester; daughter,
Sandra; a brother and a sister;
and three grandchildren. River-
side.
KLEIN
Rebecca, of Miami, pawed away
Wednesday She waa a resident of
Miami for the past 77 years. She la sur-
vived by her sons. Morris. Arthur, and
Cllbert. daughter. Evelyn; 10 grand
children and two great-grandchildren.
Riverside
ELIAS
Ethel. SO. of Miami, paased away July 2;
A resident of this community for 30
years. Survived by her husband.
Harry, son. Leonard, daughters. Rose
and Brooke: brothers. Seymour and
Sidney Riverside.
GOLDFARB
Louis. 8S. Coral Gables, paased away
July 2. He was a resident here for 34
years and a veteran of World War I. He
was a member of the JWV American
Legion, and Temple Zamora. Survived
by his wife. Annie, two daughters.
l.'inrta and Roberta; sister, Beatrice, six
grandchildren: and four great-
grandchildren Gordon
CALISM
Helen. 90. of Miami, passed av.ay July
5. She had been a resident here for the
past yt-ars Survived by sons. Nor-
man and Joseph, daughter. Zelda. four
grandchildren, four great-grandchll
dren Gordon
IVER
Shirley. H, of Miami, passed away July
K. She was a resident here tor 35 years;
Wife <)( l>r William lver. She Is sur-
vived by her daughter. Nancy, grand-
children. Adam and Hand!, brother
J..ik. Mrs Ive was a member of the
American Hygenists Assn and Temple
Kmanuel -El RubinITiapel
LACKBNBACHBR. Alfred. Miami
Baach Rubin Chapel
TOBIV Aaron. 70. No Miami Beach.
June 30 Lsvttl vWinsteln
MELNICX. Jucob. Miami Bearh
TENKNBAUM. I'auline. Miami Beach
BTORCH. Herman. 70. Miami Beach.
Julv I
SHAPIRO Edttn, Miami
BOOKBTAFT. David. W. Miami Beach.
July 6 Rubin Chapel
aOOTBNBKRC. Henry. M. No Miami.
Jul) '> I.Mil Wemslein
IK I'I.I S Steven Garry, 21 Rubin
l7ia(M-l
ROSENBERG. Marie. Bal Harbour.
Jill] ft Riverside
M RUE Samuel. Miami Beach
LE> V Kannie. Miami Beach Rubin
Chapel
MK1NIIK. Dina SB. June 27 Rubin
Chapel
BUCK MAN. Mollle. 77. June 29 River
side
KOSKNKKIJ). Kannie. H2. June l
KATHMAN. Minnie. 86. June 23
Riverside
AUGUBT, Shirley. Miami
IIARON. Rose. S6. Miami. June 20
CHKRN1AK Leo. Miami Beach. June
22 Rubin Chapel
DAR1JNG. William. 80. Miami Beach
Newman Funeral Home
GELB
MONUMENTS INC.
Optn Iwrtf Dor C/ssea* -Sobkstb
140 SW 57th Avenue
Phone 266 2888
Doris Yaffey. the mother-in-
law of state Sen. Jack Gordon
and a former librarian for Dade
County schools, died July 3. She
was 74.
Mrs. Yaffey worked as a librar-
ian for 10 years after graduating
from the University of Miami in
1965.
She was a delegate to the
White House Conference on
Library and Information Services
in 1979, and a Miami Beach dele-
gate to the 1977 Commission for
the Status of Women convention
BERKE. William. 77. July 6. Hallan
dale Levitt Welnsteln
KINK. Edward. Miami Beach Rubin
Chapel.
FRIED. Milton, July 7. Hollywood
Riverside.
LUSKY. Gertrude, North Miami Beach
KililN Lou, 86. Julys, Miami
STARK. Herman, Miami Beach.
WE1NBERG. Cella. Miami Beach.
WUU-. Joseph. 78, July 4. Boca Raton
Riverside
GOLDSTEIN. Fannie. No Miami
Beach. Levitt Welnsteln
l.KRNKR. Harry. 69. Miami. July 1
Le vltt- Welnstaln
BIENEN, Mitchell. Bal Harbour. July 2
Riverside
FEINWEB. I.lla. 60. Hollywood. July 1
Riverside
GOLDSTEIN. Sarah. 63, Miami. July 3.
Riverside.
RASHKIN. Augusta. No Miami Beach.
Julys. Riverside.
in Houston.
She was also active with Tem-
ple Beth Shalom on Miami
Beach.
Survivors include a son, Mark,
a daughter. Thalia Broudy; a
brother, Barney Keren; and eight
grandchildren.
Her daughter Barbara, wife of
Sen. Gordon, died in May of can-
cer.
LUSKY. Gertrude. 74. No. Miami
Beach Gordon.
LIVINGSTON. Mickey, 84, Lauderdale
Lakes. July 1.
LEVITT. Morris. 77. Hallandale River-
side.
FRIEDMAN, William. Miami Beach
FISCHMAN. Lee. No. Miami Beach.
July 3. Levltt-Welnateln.
EBKRSTF.IN David, Miami Beach.
Rubin Chapel
MAGKLUF. Albert. SB. Hollywood. July
2 Riverside.
KRKISLER. Dorothy. Miami Beach.
Rubin Chapel
P1CKLEMAN. Gerald. 74. Lauderhlll.
July 3.
KAUFMAN. Karl. Miami Beach Rubin
Chapel.
I DINDER. Murray. Miami Beach
BRANDE. Besale. Miami. Rubin
Chapel
BUNELL. LucUle. Miami Beach River
side.
BONELL. Harry, Miami Beach River-
side
SALWIN, Kate. S2. Miami.
SNYDER, Cy R.. Miami Beach. June
23 Rubin Chapel
SLAVIN. Lillian. 64, Miami. June 22
Riverside
FOR SALE ONE SINGLE CEMETERY PLOT. FOR
INFORMATION PLEASE CALL573-5577 9-4 P.M.
Levitt 1 Fe
IEVITT-WWEINSTEIN
memorial chapels
'Ol.I WOOO ?' P~>0" o0 9?' KX>
. M am 13366 M >.... MS-*]'*.
... m Bfs S4'' cmmoobm B>.a 8-x
When a loss occurs
away from home.
FOREST PARK CHAPEL, INC.
Here and in New York,
to assure swift and
understanding service.

Dade County
949-1656
13385 West Dixie Highwa>
Represented by S levill, F D
New York: (21-'' 263-7600 Quet-n> Blvd & 7bth Rd Forest Hills, NY
Broward County
925-3396
1921 Pembroke Rd
RUBIN
MEMORIAL
CHAPEL $
Leonard Zilbert
FOUNDER
Murray Rubin. RD.
Three Generations of our
Family Serving You in
Dade and Broward
oJLh Hallandale
< T Road 'NQU,RE 10 & Dixie Hw*
1701 Alton Road About M**< +
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at Pant-y Pr.de and came up wrth a better pnce Today and every day. Pantry Pr.de rs the Low r ce
Leader no matter what the other guys claim ___
Pantry Pr.de rs not joing to beat everybody .n town on their weekly spec**, but we gujfjflm to
save you more on your Total Food Bill every time you shop
Pantry Pride is still the Low Price Leader
... and we're going to stay that way!

Come in and see the
actual orders shopped
and check the savings
for yourself!
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Blueberries
elsewhere price SI 39
for snacks
Thompson
Seedless Grapes
89
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k--d Generics
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.4 .77 99
Vegetable CHI. ^ 1.06 125
Generics in our Dairy-Deli case
... .38 43
" 1.18 1.53
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Penny prices at the
grocery counter
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Rao Plums ... 99
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Stoneware
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of $3 00 or more display
plus sales lax m (tore
August 1,1981^
p7?ff") count on low prices
aaUllI 'n thr Drli Dept.
4t<>.*" lutrar fiati aj
Knocks......
1.
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those Stores having a *erv Corned Beef S 1.38 1 49
"u* Meetarr #j ** meat
r 1.88 179
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* GUARANTEED ^ :***
Double the Difference In Cash
I If voo can find lower prices this mk at any other fun serv P.J ma
I pay you Double the Orflerenc* Jut buy 25 different item* .worth $20 or more at Pantry Pnde
Compare pnees on the ume terns at any other lui service supermarket If thaw total t lower
bring your itemiaed Pantry Pr.de 'egrster tape and the other tupermarMt pnce o* the eiact
tame items to Pantry Pr.de. and pay you Oouks* The Otfference m Caeh
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Soort rabs ... 1.51
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Stewing Beef 1.91:
Fryer Leg Qtrs. .58
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Fryer Combo 1.11
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Chicken......7!
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