That's what Ronald Reagan had to say about our tenuous relationship with the former Soviet Union.
The maxim also applies to obituaries.
In a post a couple of days ago, I mentioned a survey of recent local obituaries in which I found reference to three supposed burial sites in Central Florida that I had never heard of in all my hopping around this neck of the woods.
Well, as it turns out, they don't exist. Whoever prepared the obituaries in question must've gotten a little careless with the facts. The three sites mentioned were evidently the locations of some memorial services:
* Congregation of Reform Judaism - http://www.crjorlando.org/
* San Pedro Catholic Retreat - http://www.sanpedrocenter.org/
* Temple Israel - http://www.tiflorida.org/
The two Jewish burials probably occurred at either Ohev Shalom or in the Beth Israel section at Woodlawn.
The Catholic burial could have taken place just about anywhere, I guess . . .
Bottom line, don't trust everything you read in the obituary column!