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The Jewish Floridian
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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Jewish Floridiami
Volume 58 Number 12
Two Sections
Miami, Florida Friday, March 22,1985
By Mail 80 Cents
Price 50 Cents
AMY EILBERG
One from Miami
Two Women Prepare
For Rabbinic Careers
By ANDREW POLIN
Jewish Floridian Staff Writer
Marion Shulevitz is a 52-
year-old mother of three
grown children. A Miami
resident and member of
Beth David Congregation,
Shulevitz's lifelong interest
pas been her religion.
M :i child, the boys who also
lhared her love for Judaism went
Pn to become rabbis. That option
Fas aoi available then for a
conservative Jewish woman.
But in October, 1983, the
Pw,sh Theological Seminary.
conservative Judaism's
ducat lonal institution, voted to
accept women rabbinical
students, and they entered the
seminary this past fall
LAST MONTH, the Rab-
binical Assembly the
professional organization of
Conservative rabbis removed
the last bureaucratic barrier to
women rabbis when it changed
its by-laws to automatically
accept seminary rabbinical school
graduates as members.
The first Conservative woman
rabbi who will graduate from the
Jewish Theological Seminary in
May is Amy F.ilberg. 30, of
Philadelphia. The assembly even
accepted as members this week
two Reform women rabbis.
Marion Shulevitz. who is a
member of the historical first
class of women rabbinical
students at the seminary, has
Continued on Page 14-A
Former Soviet Jews:
Gorbachev Not Likely
To Change Anything
By GIL SEDAN
JERUSALEM (JTA)
Jewish emigrants from
the Soviet Union have
warned that it was foolish
and dangerous to assume
that the change of
leadership in the Kremlin
would end repressive
measures against Jews in
the USSR.
Addressing a press conference
here, members of the Israel
Information Center on Soviet
Jewry maintained that with
respect to Jews, the policies of
the new Soviet leader, Mikhail
Gorbachev, would be no different
from those of his predecessors.
They spoke scornfully of the view
expressed in some Western
circles that Gorbachev, the
youngest Soviet leader since
Stalin seized the reins of power
on Lenin's death, heralded a new,
better era in Soviet policy.
"HE MAY be good looking,
well dressed, and so is his wife,"
speakers said, but that has no
bearing on his policy towards
Jews. They described Gorbachev
as a bureaucrat who began his
career in the Stalin era and could
therefore be described as a
disciple of the late Soviet die-
Continued on Page 9-A
MIKHAIL GORBACHEV
Mubarak Tells Reagan
Get Involved, Or Risk Terrorism in U.S.
By JUDITH KOHN
WASHINGTON -
(JTA) Egyptian
President Hosni Mubarak
made a final appeal for the
revival of United States
involvement in the Middle
East peace process as he
wound up a visit to
Washington on Wednesday
last week.
At a luncheon address to the
National Press Club, the
Kgyptian President obliquely
criticized the Administration's
hesitation to meet with a joint
Jordanian-Palestinian
delegation, as an initial step
toward direct negotiations with
Israel.
Continued on Page 12-A
Inside
Concedes Failure ... 2-A
Many Questions,
Few Answers ... 8-A
Meets Jewish
Leaders...13-A
Iwo Jima Recalled
When A Rabbi Under Fire Crawled Among Foxholes
J Producer Norman Lear fears
* fundamentalist' Christian
eestory. Page!6A.
M:
By JAMES RICE
CHICAGO (JTA) -
As the U.S. Marine Corps
commemorated the 40th
anniversary of their historic
victory at Iwo Jima,
Roland Gittlesohn, Rabbi
Emeritus of Temple Israel
of Boston, Mass., shared
with this reporter his
battlefield recollections of
that bloody struggle.
Gittlesohn, the only Jewish
Chaplain of the Fifth Marine
Division, landed on D-Day Plus
Two. Like the other Marines, he
immediately dug in, to protect
himself against withering
Japanese fire. Then, during the
first temporary surcease of the
mortar and artillery attacks, he
moved out to be with men in the
fox holes.
The rabbi estimated that there
were approximately 1,500 Jewish
Marines on the island of whom at
least 150 were killed and 400
wounded. The number of Jewish
casualties many have been
Continued on Page 9-A




P*2-A The
Friday. March 22, 1986

'
Back in Cairo
Mubarak Concedes Talks Failed
ROME 1JTA1 -
President Hosni Mubarak
of Egypt has returned to
Cairo conceding that he
failed to convince the
United States to back his
plan for Middle East peace,
the first stage of which calls
for the U.S. to meet with a
joint Jordanian-Palestinian
delegation, with Israel
entering the picture only
afterwards.
Mubarak experienced a similar
lack of success with president
Francois Mitterrand of France,
with whom be met before going
to Washington, and with Prime
Minister Margaret Thatcher of
Britain and Chancellor Helmut
Kohl of West Germany on his
way back. They, in effect, wished
him hack in his peace efforts but
offered no commitments of
support for his plan.
MUBARAK, who met Monday
with King Hussein of Jordan to
brief ban on his tour of the
Western countries, scored his
only significant success in Italy.
Prime Minister Bettino Craxi.
who met with the Egyptian
leader in Venice Saturday,
declared that Italy will back
Mubarak's initiative. Craxi.
President Sandro Pertini and
Foreign Minister Juho Andreotti
have, in fact, supported a variety
of peace plans to emerge from the
Arab camp in recent months.
Their apparently unqualified
support for Mubarak's proposals
is significant inasmuch as Craxi
currently holds the rotating
Presidency of the European
Economic Community (EEC), a
position from which he can exert
Peace Forest
JERUSALEM (JTA) -
Charlotte Jacobson, president of
the Jewish National Fund of
America, called on Egyptian
President Hosni Mubarak to
participate in planting a peace
forest on the Israel-Egyptian
border.
Jacobson raised the idea at the
end session of the JNF Assembly
last week. She said the project
would express the wish of the two
peoples to coexist in peace, and it
would allow Israel and Egyptian
citizens to raise their children
without the fear of wars and
hostile acts.
President Mubarak
a degree of persuasion on the
other nine partners.
Mubarak maintained on his
arrival borne that his trip had
been useful in "at least sharing
with them (the Western leadersl
the current realities of the
(Middle East) area He said be
would continue his diplomatic
cooperation with Hussein and
back the new Jordan-Palestinian
coalition. His meeting with
Hussein Monday was their fifth
since Jordan resumed diplomatic
relations with Egypt last year.
ONE OF Mubarak's main
talking points with Western
leaders was that the accord
signed by Hussein and Palestine
Liberation Organization chief
Yasir Arafat last Feb. 11 for a
joint approach to peace
negotiations was an historic
milestone of a significance that
should not be underestimated.
Hussein, in an interview in
Amman published in The New
York Times, said he could make
no further moves toward the
peace process in the Middle East
unless the U.S. agrees to meet
with a joint Jordanian-
Palestinian delegation. He has
ruled out any initiative that does
not include the PLO.
The Jordanian ruler was
quoted by the Times as saying.
"I have done my utmost to move
toward peace. We must not miss
this opportunity. This is the last
chance."
This was more or less what
Mubarak has been stressing in
Washington and other capitals.
The Reagan Administration
objected to the idea of talks with
a Jordanian-Palestinian group
without the participation of
Israel. It also ruled out any
contact with the PLO until the
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formal acceptance of Israel's
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Unxed Nations Security Council
resolutions 242 and 338.
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He announced that after
Jordanian Foreign Minister
Taher al-Masri visits
Washington next week.
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Second Stage Speed-Up
TEL AVIV (JTA) The second stage of the
Israel Defense Force's withdrawal from south Lebanon
has been speeded up as four more attacks were reported
on IDF units late last week. There were no casualties.
MILITARY SOURCES said non-operational
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\ Jordan's Foreign Minister
In D.C. To Drum Up 'Peace Talks'
Friday, March 22,1985 / The Jewish Floridiad Pge 3-A '
U.S. Vetoed Security Council
Resolution Condemning Israel
By YITZHAK RABI
By JUDITH KOHN
WASHINGTON -
I (JTA) Jordanian
Foreign Minister Taher al-
iMasri arrived in
Washington for talks with
Reagan Administration
and Congressional officials
in what he said would be a
(continued effort to win
i renewed American in-
volvement in the peace
process based on the
agreement reached last
month between Jordan and
the Palestine Liberation
Organization.
His arrival here follows a visit
last week by Egyptian President
Hosni Mubarak who flew to
Amman for talks with Jordan's
King Hussein. Mubarak and
Hussein left Amman unex-
pectedly for Baghdad Monday
I afternoon.
"WE HAVE been positive: we
I expect the others to take a step,"
the Foreign Minister told
reporters at a press conference
sponsored by the quarterly,
Foreign Policy. He maintained
that the text of the agreement
[indicated that Jordan had
"achieved something with the
I PLO." which "needs to be
reciprocated" before any further
I Arab concessions could be made.
The agreement concluded
Ibetween King Hussein and PLO
I leader Yasir Arafat on Feb. 11
I calls for negotiations "under the
I auspices of an international
[conference" in which the PLO
[would participate as part of a
joint Jordanian-Palestinian
{delegation.
Jordan and Egypt have argued
|that the agreement reflects a
change in the PLO position
because it accepts the principle of
"territories for peace" on the
basis of UN Security Council
Resolutions.
The U.S. has called the
agreement "a positive step" but
continues to insist on explicit
acceptance of Security Council
Resolutions 242 and 338, as well
as recognition of Israel's right to
exist, as a condition for begin-
ning any dialogue with the
Palestinian organization.
IN RESPONSE to questions
at the briefing, the Foreign
Minister reiterated warnings by
King Hussein made most
recently in an interview in the
New York Times that the op-
portunity provided by the Feb.
11 agreement "is the last chance"
to move the peace process for-
ward and that Jordan could go no
further without some response
from the U.S.
But he appeared to be
discouraging the appearance of
an impasse with the U.S. by
noting that the agreement
strongly resembled the Reagan
initiative of September 1, 1982.
suggesting that the gap between
Jordan's position and that of the
Reagan Administration was
relatively narrow.
The Reagan initiative calls for
ultimate "self-government by the
Palestinians of the West Bank
and Gaza in association with
Jordan." while the Feb. 11
agreement supports "Palestinian
self-determination" to be
achieved "within the context of
the formation of the proposed
confederated Arab states of
Jordan and Palestine."
Neither Jordan nor the PLO
have accepted the Reagan
initiative in total, primarily
because the initiative does not
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recognize a Palestinian right to
"self-determination." Al-Masri
called the U.S. recognition of
Palestinian self-determination as
reciprocation for the February 11
agreement.
IN RESPONSE to a question,
the Foreign Minister noted that
the Soviet Union, which would be
involved in negotiations based on
the Jordan-PLO proposal, had
been "a bit cool" toward the
February 11 agreement. "We got
the feeling they don't want to
commit themselves now," al-
Masri said. "They are not
negative; they are not positive."
Israel has rejected any par-
ticipation in Middle East peace
negotiations by the Soviet Union,
which has no diplomatic relations
with the Jewish State. Al-Masri
said the Saudis had assured
Jordan of its support for any
agreement it might conclude with
the PLO.
The Jordanian Foreign
Minister was scheduled to meet
Tuesday with members of
Congress and on Wednesday
with Secretary of State George
Shultz. He said he would also be
making arrangements for a visit
here by King Hussein, but that
no specific date had been set.
UNITED NATIONS -
(JTA) The United States
vetoed a Lebanese
resolution in the Security
Council last week con-
demning Israel and
demanding the immediate
withdrawal of all Israeli
forces from south Lebanon.
The vote on the resolution was
11-1 in favor with three ab-
stentions. The abstaining
countries were the United
Kingdom. Denmark and
Australia. The U.S. cast the
opposing vote.
THE LEBANESE draft
resolution sought to condemn the
Israeli "practices and measures
against the civilian population in
southern Lebanon, the western
Bekaa and the Rashaya district
which are in violation of the rules
and principles of international
law." The resolution also
demanded implementation of
previous Security Council
resolutions calling for the im-
mediate withdrawal of all Israeli
military forces in Lebanon.
U.S. Ambassador Jeane Kirk-
patrick, in a short statement
before she cast the veto,
described the Lebanese draft
resolution as "unbalanced" and
as a draft that "does not accord
Israel fair treatment." She said
that even the debate in the
Security Council on the Lebanese
complaint did not accord Israel
"fair treatment." noting that
Israel was accused of horrendous
crimes it did not commit.
Moreover, Kirpatrick said, the
"hostility that singled out
Israel" in the Security Council
had manifested itself even when
the victims in Lebanon were
Israeli soldiers.
SHE CHARGED that the
Lebanese draft resolution was
replete with "double standards"
and the debate in the Security
Council was marked by
"doublespeak."
She said Lebanon refused to
modify its draft resolution so
that the U.S. could join in
supporting it. She reiterated
Washington's support of Israel's
withdrawal from Lebanon but
added that the U.S. wants to see
the withdrawal of all foreign
forces in Lebanon.
The Israeli Ambassador,
Binyamin Netanyahu, said that
Israel will continue to protect its
soldiers and citizens and will not
be deterred by acts of fanatics
such as occurred last week in
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Governor's Mission
Was Carefully Deliberated
Some people believe that the sponsorship
by the Greater Miami Jewish Federation of
the Governor's Mission to Israel was
wrong. In their view. Federation funds,
which come from charitable contributions,
should not have been used to cover the cost
of trips to Israel for political leaders and
mass media personalities.
We do not agree with these few if vocal
dissenters.
For one thing, it is untrue that all of
those who were on the Governor's Mission
went at the expense of Federation. Some
paid their own way. But there are far more
important considerations than this.
Israel needs as many friends as it can
possibly muster in today's world attuned to
power politics and image-making. Frankly,
the rationale for such missions is basically
that seeing is believing. Most of the media
personalities on the mission had never been
to Israel before.
These opinion-makers had never stood on
the pre-1967 border and gazed with concern
at Tel Aviv and the Mediterranean only
nine miles away. Nor had they stood in the
now abandoned Syrian army bunkers on
the Golan Heights and looked down on the
vulnerable kibbutzim immediately below.
In Federation's view, and in ours, it was
important that they should see the country
and gain impressions such as these
for themselves so that when next they
wrote or talked about Israel, they might be
less likely to fall victim to the preset
propagandists who are perennially out to
debase the country on every possible oc-
casion.
Apparently, Federation was right. The
impact that the mission had on these media
persons is already clearly manifested in the
eloquent reports written by Richard Capen,
publisher of The Miami Herald, in the
Herald's Sunday editions on Mar. 10 and
17.
Another participant wrote a letter ex-
pressing his feelings this way: "If the
intended purpose of the mission was to
improve my understanding of the im-
portance of Israel to my survival, I want
you to know that it was successful. I
believe that the money spent in Israel is the
highest possible value for my tax dollars. I
am really glad that this nation of fighting
patriots is on my side."
Israel needs U.S. understanding and
support such as this more than ever today.
To put the issue into its correct per-
spective, consider that the Senate Budget
Committee has just endorsed a package of
military and economic aid to Israel
totalling $3 billion. Most of this consists of
outright grants.
How could this have been possible if
Israel did not need and have friends in our
nation's highest political circles who are
aware of the crucial importance of Israel to
western democracy generally and to
American interests specifically?
As for the bleak lesson of the journalistic
clobbering Israel took in the Lebanese war,
not only worldwide, but in the United
Stated, too, this alone should amply
demonstrate the need for greater un-
derstanding of Israel's geopolitical
dilemma in the Middle East today an
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understanding that was woefully weak in
those dark days of Operation Peace for
Galilee beginning in June, 1982.
Now there is great hope that the
Governor's Mission helped to produce some
of that greater understanding.
For a number of years, the Israeli
government has been urging Jewish
communities across the Untied States to
bring prominent politicians, members of
the media and other important opinion-
makers to Israel. Chicago, Cleveland,
Pittsburgh and Los Angeles have all
sponsored similar missions in the recent
past. Miami has now joined them in this
important task.
The decision to sponsor the Miami
mission was the result of careful
deliberation culminating in a clear en-
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Directors of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation. The Federation's Board is
comprised of 88 of the community's most
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committed volunteers and some of its
largest contributors.
They do not agree that Federation erred
in its decision to sponsor the mission.
Neither do we.
Tribute to Lehrmans on 50th Wedding Anniversary
Fifty years is half a century. That is a
long time. In terms of commitment to a
cause it is a noble achievement. In terms of
enduring love between a husband and wife,
it is a dream devoutly to be desired by all
but achieved only by a few.
For Dr. and Mrs. Irving Lehrman, all of
these things have come together in their
lifelong dedication to Judaism. And to each
other. On Saturday evening, a Golden Ball
in the Temple's Ballroom will help celebrate
the couple's 50th wedding anniversary and
Eh*. Lehrmans 42nd year in the pulpit of
Temple Emanu-El.
It was in 1943 that Rabbi Lehrman
arrived here with Mrs. Lehrman to become
the congregation's spiritual leader. Since
that time, both the Rabbi and his wife,
Belle, have each achieved noteworthy
distinction locally, nationally and in-
ternationally in a variety of causes and
organizations dedicated to Judaism, Israel
and education.
It is a mark of the Lehrmans' mettle that
the Golden Ball, in addition to marking
their 50th wedding anniversary, will also
serve as Temple Emanu-El's 17th annual
Lehrman Day School Scholarship affair.
It is precisely in this same way that
Rabbi and Mrs. Lehrman have lived their
lives throughout their past half-century
together, weaving their existence into the
very fabric of enduring Jewish concerns.
mRmHNnMMHHMMHMBI
Facts and Figures
Show Rumania's Jews Slowly Disappearing
Friday, March 22,1986
Volume 58
29 ADAR 5745
Number 12
The facts and figures
pertaining to the Jewish
community of Rumania are
unique in every respect:
unique in the Jewish world,
unique in the Communist
world, and unique in
Rumania itself.
Before World War II there
were 800,000 Jews in Rumania.
Half of them perished in the
Holocaust. Of those who sur-
vived almost all have emigrated
to Israel with the blessing of
the Rumanian government.
Today some 26,000 Jews still
live in Rumania. Half live in
Bucharest, the capital. The rest
are spread among more than 50
provincial towns. Virtually all of
them are members of the
organized Jewish community and
actively participate in Jewish
communal, religious and cultural
life again with the blessing of
President Nicolae Ceausescu's
hardline communist regime.
MORE THAN half of the Jews
are more than 60 years of age.
Many thousands of them directly
benefit in vital, material ways
from a gamut of welfare
programs, from kosher kitchens
to medical care, funded in large
part by the American Jewish
Joint Distribution Committee
(JDC) once again with the full
consent of the Rumanian
authorities.
"It is quite literally a program
of survival," a Rumanian Jewish
official told this reporter during a
recent visit to Bucharest,
referring to the welfare programs.
"Without this aid, many of the
elderly recipients would be
condemned to starve."
Given the bitterly harsh
(lunatic conditions prevailing
across Rumania this winter, and
the palpably evident economic
difficulties which confront most
of its citizens, these dramatic
words seemed no exaggeration
whatever.
The annual cost of the totality
of the welfare programs is in the
order of $5 million. Of this the
JDC contributes $4 million, and
the Jewish Community
Federation of Rumania the
remaining million. (The com-
munity is sometimes the
beneficiary of bequests, and
therefore holds funds of its own.)
THE PROGRAMS include aid
in cash. This alone accounts for
some 30 percent of the outlay.
Some 5,000 persons are eligible:
Holocaust refugees; elderly
couples or individuals whose
families have moved abroad,
usually to Israel; persons who,
for whatever reason, do not
qualify for the full state pension
receivable on the basis of a
minimum of 25 working years.
"We are guided by two
principles," says Sami Edelstein,
head of the Jewish Federation's
assistance department. "Strict
adherence to criteria (for
eligibility), and strict main-
tenance of human dignity."
Thus the monthly aid grants
are sent, by mail, to recipient's
homes, just like the state pen-
sions, thereby obviating the
sometimes embarrassing need to
come to the federation offices to
collect them.
Aid packages are sent out
eight times a year, six times to
coincide with the major Jewish
festivals, and once in midsummer
and once in midwinter, to bridge
the long dry seasons between
festivals.
THE CRITERIA of need are
determined by a committee
comprising Chief Rabbi Moses
Rosen. Federation president
Theodore Blumenfeld. and
assistance department head
Edelstein. The final arbiter is the
rabbi, who, since his election to
office in the storms and
dangerous days of the late for-
ties, has led this community with
a firm hand and with an even
firmer and more unwavering
vision of its ultimate redemption:
transplanted almost in its en-
tirety in Israel.
The packages contain food-
stuffs, purchased from gover-
nment stores. They each weigh
some 40 pounds and are worth
some $20. Married couples
receive double packages.
Once a year, persons meeting
the criteria are invited to their
local federation offices to select
clothing and shoes. Here, too, the
precious principle of dignity is
rigorously maintained: all the
clothing is brand new, most of it
manufactured in Rumania,
though some is sent over from
the United States by the JDC,
and people are invited in small
groups, to eliminate crowding or
embarrassment.
MEALS ON wheels, bringing
hot midday meals to elderly
housebound Jews, is literally a
lifesaver in many cases. The
meals are prepared in the kosher
restaurants which are maintained
in all the major Rumanian
communities, and dispatched to
recipients' homes by minibuses
owned by the community.
There are ten restaurants
around the country, offering
substantial and tasty kosher
meals every day to anyone who
comes by. And thousands of
Jews do. By no means all of them
are old or weak: younger people
too find the convenience and
ambiance of the Jewish
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Out of Closet Everyone Knows You're In There
By PHIL JACOBS
Copy right Baltimore Jewish Times
Special Publication Rights Reserved
"I was the company
drinker," said David,
nervously flicking a
cigarette. "But somehow I
went from company drinker
to company drunk. I was
doing so well for the
company that no one ever
came to me and asked me to
stop. And as long as I was
doing well, how could I be
an alcoholic? Besides, I'm
Jewish."
"I was in the closet for 14 years
with my drinking." explained
Sharon, a stylishly dressed
professional. "But I was Phi Beta
Kappa, honors all the way. I'm
just glad people were polite when
I'd wear two different colored
shoes to class, or when I wrote a
test in hieroglyphics."
Then there are the stories
about surgeons who blacked out
during surgery, failing to
remember what they had just
done in the operating room.
There's the man who constantly
worked his garden, pulling weeds
and drawing liquor from a straw
that reached into a buried bottle.
Everyday people. Mothers who
drive carpool, professionals who
fill your cavities or draw up your
will. They're your next door
neighbor, your best friend, your
relative.
THEY ARE doubly chosen -
not only are they alcoholics but
they're Jewish alcoholics, a
stigma that might be keeping
thousands from seeking help. But
they've been told all their lives
that Jews don't drink. That it's a
disgrace, a shanda, for Jews to
drink too much. The stigma and
guilt have, according to the
experts, done more harm than
good to Jewish society.
Alcoholism, the third biggest
killer in the U.S., is a genetically
related disease that is curable. It
has nothing to do with social
upbringing or culture. It's a
sickness. And until more Jews
come out of their deadly closet,
chances are good they'll
figuratively hang themselves,
their families and their careers.
The following stories are true.
They happened to local people in
an average Jewish community
who agreed to meet with the
offices of the Jewish Alcohol and
. Drug Abuse Service. Names and
Alcoholism is a genetically^related
disease that is clearly curable.
identities have been changed for
obvious reasons.
"There are so many women out
there who are like me," says
Debbie, who talks as if she's been
your best friend for years. "I
used to help my husband with his
business. I'd drink a little before
7 knew how to drink,
and Iliked it. .'
and after dinner. I really didn't
think I had a problem. My in-
tellect told me that Jews didn't
drink, they weren't alcoholics, so
why worry?
"But I knew how to drink, and
I liked it. It got to the point that
if went to a Bar Mitzvah or a
wedding, I'd leave early to come
home and finish up."
"Finishing up" meant drinking
herself into a stupor.
"The attitude out there is 'so
you drink a little bit, don't worry
about it.' "
DEBBIE WAS an active
Jewish charities volunteer even
while she drank.
Her drinking started to bottom
out after she was pulled over by a
county police officer and given a
warning. She said the next day
she went out to think over her
situation over cigarettes and
booze. She decided on her own to
stop drinking and get help.
"For any woman who goes out
for a three or four cocktail lunch
at the country club, well, she'd
better take a good look at herself.
Now I can go to a Bar Mitzvah or
a wedding, and I can spot the
alcoholics. It takes one to know
one."
She has been sober now for 16
years.
"I DRANK for 23 years," says
Ben, a medical professional. "I
was involved in over 20 car ac-
cidents. I used to buy cough
syrup and drink it before I went
to work on patients. I've been
hospitalized with black outs for
up to five months at a time.
Finally, I had so much pain
inside of me that I couldn't deal
with it anymore. I've heard some
people call it a spiritual ex-
but what happened for
I basically went into
surrendered. I haven't
anything for seven
I believe strongly in
me
penence,
me was
shock. I
touched
months.
God, and I think he took
away from my problem."
"My first real drink was at a
New Year's Eve party," says
Beth, another woman with a
livery personality. "I didn't want
to be an alcoholic. But from what
I've learned, it's just like any
other disease.
"I always dated older men,
because they could get me my
liquor. I drank my way through
college, using a lot of false
identification. I could drink all of
my dates under the table. I even
had a guy call me a drunk. But
no, that wasn't me. I just did it
for fun.' "
BETH BOTTOMED out when
she received a driving-while-
intoxicated (DWI) summons for
smashing her car into a parked
car.
"Listen, I'm a Jewish female, a
doctor's wife," she said. "I
wasn't an alcoholic. I thought,
'Jews aren't alcoholics, they
might have nervous breakdowns,
but they're not alcoholics.' "
"She exhibited violent
behavior," Tom said about his
alcoholic wife, Sharon. "I never
thought it was alcoholism. I
always figured it was just
depression. But one thing I did
learn was that there was an
ignorance of alcoholism by
physicians, clergy and social
workers, people you normally
turn to. There's an enormous
amount of denial of alcoholism in
the Jewish community.
"I used to come to work and
slip into the ladies room for a
drink," Sharon said. "I used to
pour liquor into my perfume
bottles so nobody would know. I
was abused as a child. I couldn't
live with the nightmare of the
beatings and the guilt from my
mother. Only the wine was a
wonderful place to escape. I was
abusive to my husband and my
two children. And finally I had a
shrink tell me that he would
throw me out of his practice
unless 1 did something about my
problem. He knew it was
alcoholism. But I insisted it
wasn't, that I was merely
depressed. I ate the pills he'd
give me. I was also a prescription
drug addict.
"WHEN I went to my first AA
(Alcoholics Anonymous)
meeting, it was really tough."
Sharon said. "The words just
wouldn't come out. Through all
of my time on booze. I could
never deal with my feelings.
Instead of taking responsibility.
I took a drink. When I finally
came to grips with the
alcoholism, my older child was
very relieved. She said Ma, I'm
really happy that you're an
alcoholic and you're not crazy.'
Mommy wasn't off the wall,
mommy was just looped."
"It bothered me that when I
talked to Jewish alcoholics, many
were openly disenchanted with
Judaism," Tom said. "The
community and the religious
leaders have denied a problem.
We're ignorant in this area. And
the irony is that we've always
taken care of our own. And it's
also inconceivable how many
Jewish alcoholics there have been
through the years. This is not a
recent phenomenon."
"I hated the pain and I hated
the feelings," Sharon said. "But I
had to take responsibility for
myself. I 'm learning to be patient
and to enjoy life. I've never felt
better. When I drank I could con
my way through anything. Now I
can look forward to life. I'm a
new person, my kids are no
longer living with a crazy
mother."
DR. SHELDON MILLER, a
nationally known expert in the
held of substance abuse, heads
the substance abuse program at
the Sheppard Pratt Hospital. Dr.
Miller defines alcoholism as a
disease that is most probably
genetic. (Statistics show that
more than two-thirds of
alcoholics had alcoholic parents.)
He also calls it a disease that can
be cured through abstinence and
discipline. There is no vaccine for
alcoholism. Only innoculations of
therapy and abstinence will cure
the alcoholic.
"We're pretty sure that
alcoholism is partly caused by
heredity," Dr. Miller said. "We
think it takes a genetic foun-
dation for alcoholism to happen.
On top of that you've got all the
stresses that everybody's got in
life. If an individual is prone
because of his genetics to respond
to things through alcohol or
through drinking, he is a
potential candidate for
alcoholism.
"If the individual is without
the genes for alcohol, I don't care
what you dump on them, they
may get into trouble, and they
may have some serious
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Friday. March 22. 1985
Cautious Optimism
U.S. Jews Speculate About Gorbachev
By KEVIN FREEMAN
NEW YORK (JTAi -
A mood best described as
cautious optimism prevails
here among officials in-
volved with Soviet Jewish
affairs as they speculated
on the effect the new Soviet
leader. Mikhail Gorbachev,
will have on Soviet policy
toward its Jewish com-
munity.
Gorbachev- was named last
week to succeed Preaideat
Konstantin Cbemenko who died
Mar. 10 from heart failure
fallowing deterioration of his
hangs and liver at age "3 He held
power. succeeding Yuri
Andropov, for just 13 months,
moat of that time in ill health.
The 64-year old Gorbachev,
representing a younger
generation in Soviet leadership
ranks, was elected General
Secretary of the Soviet Com-
munist Party, the country's most
powerful political position, at a
session of the Central Committee.
CLEARLY the analysts
suggested in interviews with the
Jewish Telegraphic Agency that
it remains too early to determine
the trend of the new government
toward dealing with Soviet
Jewish citizens, particularly on
issues regarding cultural and
religious freedoms and
emigration
At the same time, these same
analysts suggested that Gor-
bachev's past overtures to the
West, including visits to Britain
and Canada, and hLs call last
week for economic reforms and a
return to the policy of detente,
may result in an easing of the
plight of Soviet Jews.
Soviet Jewish emigration from
the Soviet Union descended to its
lowest levels in 1984. with only
896 Jews allowed to leave the
USSR. This is a drastic reduction
from the more than 50,000 who
were permitted to emigrate in
1979 while Soviet President
Room Tax
Planned
JERUSALEM (JTA) -
Room Tax will be imposed
shortly on every night spent at
Jerusalem's hotels, the
Ministerial Tourism Committee
has decided. The tax will be
imposed on both Israelis and
tourists. The income will go for
improvment of the tourism in-
frastructure in Jerusalem.
Leonid Brezhnev was in power.
ALONG WITH the decrease in
emigration. Soviet Jews suffered
under Presidents Chernenko and
Andropov a serious increase in
harassment and persecution.
There appears to have been a
stepped-up effort to suppress
Jewish cultural and religious
uacfcmgs ie the Soviet Union.
with sweeping arrests being
made in recent months of
unofficial teachers of Hebrew.
According to William Korey.
director of international policy
research for B'nai B'rith
International, little is known in
the pubhc domain of Gorbachev's
attitude with regard to Soviet
Jewish emigration and religious
and cultural freedom. "There is
no record of tins kind on Gor-
bachev.'" Korey said
However, it was widely
reported that Margaret Thatcher,
the British Prime Minister,
raised with Gorbachev last
December the situation of Soviet
Jews and Soviet dissidents.
Gorbachev, according to reports,
told Thatcher he had nothing new
to say on the matter and referred
her to Soviet legislation.
ON THE same visit to Britain.
Norman St. John-Stevas. a
Conservative member of
Parliament, questioned him on
religious freedom. Gorbachev
was reported to have answered.
"You govern your society: you
leave us to govern ours."
In citing "positive" aspects of
Gorbachev's ascent to power.
Korey asserted that his talk of a
return to detente along with a
perception of Gorbachev as a
strong and vigorous leader may
prove helpful for Soviet Jews.
Furthermore, the B'nai B'rith
official suggested that as an
advocate of detente and his
stated position of seeking
economic reforms, there appears
the need for the Soviets to engage
with the West in negotiations for
new technology. This, Korey
said, would increase the West's
bargaining position to seek an
easing of the human rights
situation in the Soviet Union.
"At this early stage of the
game, it is terribly important for
the West, to the extent that
Gorbachev is an advocate of
negotiations, to see to it that the
issue of Soviet Jewry and human
rights is up front and on the
agenda'' at all trade and arms
negotiations, Korey said.
JERRY GOODMAN,
executive director of the National
Conference on Soviet Jewry, also
hinted that Gorbachev's over-
tures to the West may help ease
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human rights in the Soviet
Union But Goodman suggested
that Gorbachev will have more
freedom to develop his own
policies within the Soviet Union
whereas Chernenko was "locked
into" the policies of his
predecessor. Andropov.
"Gorbachev," Goodman said,
is freer than Chernenko to make
a change of policy with regard to
Jews, especially with regard to
emigration. While I don't think it
will happen overnight, we should
watch cautiously for (policy!
shifts in the months ahead."
Nonetheless. Goodman urged a
continuation of public demon-
strations on bahalf of Soviet
Jewry.
The Student Struggle for
Soviet Jewry, meanwhile, held a
demons.rat ion last week outside
the Soviet Mission to the United
Nations here. The 24 demon-
strators, the number allowed to
demonstrate on the block bet-
ween Lexington and Third
Avenue on 67th Street, urged the
new Soviet leadership to seize the
opportunity and "prove your
goodwill and good intentions" by
easing the human rights
situation of Soviet Jews.
THE WORLD Jewish
Congress has informed the
Jewish Telegraphic Agency that
the visit to the Soviet Union by
Edgar Bronfman, WJC
president, would not be affected
by Chernenko s death. Bronfman
announced he would "raise the
Soviet Jewry issue in all
respects" when he visits the
Soviet Union. No date has been
set for Bronfman's visit.
Israel Singer. WJC executive
director, provided a "wait and see
attitude" regarding the future of
Soviet Jewry and its relationship
to the change in leadership in the
Kremlin. He, too, stressed the
need to watch for "signals" of
any change in current policy
toward Soviet Jewish activities
and emigration.
Singer cautioned however that
the Soviet Union remains a place
where change is gradual, and
Gorbachev will need months, or
perhaps longer before he can
consolidate power to implement
any change regarding the plight
of Soviet Jewry.
Moverover. Gorbachev has
visited the West and has been
made aware of the West's con-
cern for human rights and the
Soviet Jewish problem, said
Singer, adding. "He would be
well advised to take it off the list
of problems."
Bank Leumi,
Rabbis Agree
NEW YORK iJTA. tv.
Bank Leumi announced herethv
an agreement was signed on M
1 with the rabbinical authorities
m Israel allowing work to procetd
on the new Ganei Chamat How
near Tiberias, a project of th<
bank s affiliate. Africa-Isr*!
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The dispute arose when the
religious establishment in ]sraei
alleged that a wing of the hotd
was being built over the graves of
Jewish sages buried centures
ago. The Bank Leumi a>
nouncement here said the Brand
Rabbis of Gur. Belz. Wishniti
and Boyan. along with 17 other
Torah Sages, have publicly
concurred in the agreement and
lifted the boycott of the bank
Israel's oldest and one of its f0Uf
largest financial institutions
According to the agreement.
construction on the site can now
resume without further digging,
under the supervision of an in-
spector appointed by the Rab-
binical authorities. The Bank
said the halachic solution was
reached by a professional
committee consisting of two
rabbis, the project architect, and
an engineer appointed by the
Chief Rabbinate It is coor-
dinating its work with a
ministerial committee headed by
Josef Burg. Israel's Minister of
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Few Answers
Reagan Peppers Mubarak with A Lot of Questions
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By JUDITH KOHN
WASHINGTON -
(JTAi Egyptian
President Hosni Mubarak.
on an official visit to
Washington, appeared to
have heard more questions
than answers from
President Reagan about the
Egyptian leader's efforts to
: rward a M Middle
East peace initiative with
renewed US. involvement.
Although both Reagan and
Mubarak spoke positively about
tin it discussions. neither
mentioned any substantive
results or ne areas of agreement
on bow to proceed toward ex*
paading the peace process.
IN HIS statement at the
White House, following the
meeting. Reagan alluded to
recent proposals by Mubarak
whch have included a call for
direct negotiations between
Israel and a joint Palestinian-
Jordanian delegation, as well as a
subsequent suggestion to hold
preliminary talks between the
delegatkmn and U.S. government
officials.
Ambassador Lewis
Lewis Ends
Eight Years
In Israel
By HUGH ORGEL
TEL AVIV (JTA) -
Samuel Lewis, ending an eight-
year term as U.S. Ambassador to
Israel, has expressed optimism
here over the "stirrings of peace"
in the region. "The ice floes in the
Middle East are beginning to
crack," the veteran diplomat told
360 guests attending a farewell
dinner given in his honor by the
Association of Americans and
Canadians in Israel (AACI) at
Kfar Hamaccabia.
"The rumblings (of peace) in
the distance scare some people,
but it is the harbinger of sum-
mer," Lewis said. The American
envoy, who began his tour of
duty here in 1977, the year of
Egyptian President Anwar
Sadat's historic visit to
Jerusalem, said "the peace
process has been the high point of
my life"
Reviewing his tenure as
ambassador, he said his greatest
satisfaction was to have par-
ticipated in the peace process
between Israel and Egypt, and
his greatest dismay was failing to
prevent the war in Lebanon.
Israeli Premier Shimon Peres
has welcomed the first
mgfiwki but rejected the
second. Reagan Administration
officials have appeared leary
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of preliminary talks, but have not
discarded it out of hand
Calling the Egyptian
President s recent suggestions a
positive oontriution' Reagan
said. We note particularly your
realistic assessment that the path
to peace between Israel and its
Arab neighbors is through direct
negotiations."
Reagan stressed that as was
affirmed in my initiative of
September 1. 1962. the United
States also believes that the
outcome of this process must also
recognize the legitimate rights of
the Palestinian people."
REAGAVS statement on the
Palestinians was similar to the
one made following a meeting
with the Egyptian President
during a visit to Washington last
year Mubarak is said to have
embarrassed the Administration
at that time, by calling on
Reagan publicly to recognize the
Palestinian Liberation
Organization and its leader. Yasir
Arafat.
No similar appeal was made in
Mubarak's departure remarks
But Mubarak did indicate that he
had failed to move the American
President on pursuing his
.'.
'Destiny has chosen you to
lead this great nation at a time
when a golden opportunity for
peace is available." Mubarak told
Reagan in his statement
following their meeting. He
added. The Jordanian-
Palestinian agreement to pursue
a peaceful settlement is a major
development that should not be
discounted or discarded.
He was referring to an
agreement concluded last month
between Arafat and King
Hussein of Jordan on the for-
mation of a joint PLO-Jordanian
delegation to negotiate a Middle
Last settlement
THE AGREEMENT accepts
United Nations and Security
Council resolutions" but does not
a pneiing. a ,eni0r
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commitments on Mubarak',
proposals. "It was a dbcv*.
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expected in WathmgtOB this
week for further taik- or. ex-
pending the peace pro
Mubarak met with membtnal
the House Foreign Affairs
Committee where he as
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Former Russian Jews Believe
A Rabbi Among the Foxholes Gorbachev Won't Change Anything
Iwo Jima Recalled
Continued from Page 1-A
proportionately higher than the
non-Jews, because of the large
number of Jewish Navy medical
corpsmen who suffered especially
heavy losses as they ad-
ministered first-aid under battle
fire.
GITTLESOHN spent five
weeks on Iwo Jima serving Jew
and Gentile alike. He recalls
vividly trying to get a special
Ited Cross message to a Jewish
Marine named Herman with the
good news that his wife had just
given birth to a baby; by the time
he found him, the new father was
dead.
Mass burial ceremonies were
conducted on an interreligious
basis because "so many of the
bodies were simply pieces of bone
and shreds of flesh in sacks."
After the victorious battle, the
senior division chaplain selected
Gittlesohn to deliver the sermon
at the dedication of the 5th
Marine Division Cemetery. All
the division Catholic chaplains
and most of the Protestant
chaplains threatened to boycott
the ceremony with their men if
the Jewish chaplain gave that
sermon.
When Gittlesohn learned of
this threat, he immediately asked
to be relieved of the assignment
to avoid a controvery that might
endanger the senior chaplain's
military career. He then delivered
his sermon to the Jewish
Marines.
TWO PROTESTANT
chaplains were so incensed at the
threatened boycott by their
prejudiced colleagues that they
attended the Jewish ceremony.
One of the chaplains asked for
Gittlesohn's onion skin copy,
which he secretly mimeographed.
Afterwards the Protestant
chaplain distributed thousands of
copies to the Marines.
The sermon, entitled "The
Purest Democracy," the original
copy of which is now in the
American Jewish Archives in
Cincinnati, has become what is
probably the most famous
Marine battlefield sermon of
World War II, from which the
following are excerpts:
This is perhaps the grimmest,
and surely the holiest, task we
have faced since D-Day. Here
before us lie the bodies of
comrades and friends. Men who
until yesterday or last week
laughed with us, joked with us,
trained with us. Men who were on
the same ships with us, and went
over the sides with us as we
prepared to hit the beaches of
this island. Men who fought with
us and feared with us.
Somewhere in this plot of ground
I there may lie the man who could
inave discovered the cure for
[cancer. Under one of those
Ithnstian crosses, or beneath a
[Jewish Star of David, there may
rest now a man who was destined
no be a great prophet ... to find
the way, perhaps, for all to live in
Penty with poverty and har-
dship for none. Now they lie here
T"ently in this sacred soil, and we
gather to consecrate this earth in
pneir memory.
"IT IS NOT easy to do so?
ome of us have buried our
Josest friends.here. We saw
Pose men killed before our very
|rj\ Aljy one of us might have
P'M in their places. Indeed, some
w us are alive and breathing at
nis very moment only because
en who lie here benath us had
PS3Ki.rr,,,,h"
^Here .Ue meR wh<> ioved
\rnenca because their ancestors
^rations ago helped in her
ound1ng,.and other men who
w L With equal P888""!
toJ t* r"P tnenselves or their
fwn fathers escaped from op-
press, w her bleMed shoM
w!2L r officer8 and men,
egroes and whites, rich men and
Rabbi Gittleson
Ppor together. Here are
Protestants, Catholics and Jews
together. Here no man
prefers another because of his
faith or despises him because of
his color. Here there are no
quotas of how many from each
group are admitted or allowed.
Among these men there is no
discrimination. No prejudice. No
hatred. Theirs is the highest and
purest democracy .
"Too much blood has gone into
this soil for us to let it lie barren.
Too much pain and heartache
have fertilized the earth on which
we stand. We here solemnly
swear: this shall not be in vain!
Out of this, and from the suf-
fering and sorrow of those who
mourn this, will come we
promise the birth of a new
freedom for the sons of men
everywhere. Amen."
AN ADMIRER of Rabbi
Gittlesohn, Charles Cunningham
of Hinsdale, 111., a former combat
correspondent of the St. Louis
Post-Dispatch on Iwo Jima, told
this reporter he will never forget
how the rabbi went from foxhole
to foxhole while the murderous
battle raged. Cunningham's voice
shook with emotion as he said:
"He was a down-to-earth genuine
guy. Although we're not of the
same religion, he was a man
whom I shall always revere and
respect. His sermon was the most
moving dedication to the dead I
have ever heard."
Gittlesohn, now enjoying an
active retirement, is past
president of the Central Con-
ference of American Rabbis, and
founding president of the
Association of Reform Zionists of
America.
Continued from Page 1-A
tator.
Worldwide optimism over his
ascencion to power is misplaced,
serves Soviet interests and allows
them to continue their repression
of Jews, they said.
Yosef Mendelevich, chairman
of the Center, who served time in
Soviet prisons for his activism on
behalf of Jewish emigration
rights, said the swift elevation of
Gorbachev to the office of
General Secretary of the Com-
munist Party within hours of the
death of President Konstantin
Chernenko should serve as a
warning that no changes are in
the offing.
ACCORDING TO Men-
delevich, Gorbachev was the de
facto leader in recent months
when Chernenko was im-
mobilized by ill health. In that
period, he noted, there was not
only no improvement in the
situation of Soviet Jews but it in
fact deteriorated.
Other speakers cited individual
cases as examples of the wor-
sening treatment of Soviet Jews
in recent months. Dan Shapiro, a
Jewish activist who asked for and
received Israeli citizenship while
living in the USSR, was arrested.
The conditions under which
Aleksandr Kholmiansky and
Yosef Bernstein are imprisoned
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In the past six months,
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Tricky. Mirth 22. 1965

Peres Vows
No Rapid Withdrawal of IDF from Lebanon
By DAVID LANDAU
Aad HUGH OB GEL
JERUSALEM 1JTA1
The Knesset has begun a
debate on the deteriorating
situation in south Lebanon
where the Israel Defense
Force has been sustaining
heavy casualties
Urgent agenda motions
introduced by leftwing
opposition factions call for
the speedy withdrawal of
the IDF from south
Lebanon in a single
operation rather than the
three-stage phased pull-out
presently underway.
But Premier Shimon Peres,
appearing before the Knesset's
Foreign Affairs and Security
Committee, has ruled out a
peremptory withdrawal of the
IDF in the wake of mounting
attacks by Shiite Moslem ex-
tremists. Political and military
sources have also made it clear
that there will be no disorderly
retirement by the IDF and no
decisions to hasten the with-
drawal because of a suicide truck-
bomb attack on a convoy in south
Lebanon that killed 12 Israeli
soldiers and wounded 14.
TWO MORE soldiers were
since killed, and two were
wounded in an ambush east of
Tyre. Four Israeli soldiers were
wounded by a roadside bomb
that exploded as an IDF patrol
passed by near Aramta village. A
local resident was also hurt. A
fifth Israeli soldier was injured as
a result of an attempted car-
bomb attack on a convoy south of
Jezzine.
Defense Minister Yitzhak
Rabin, who delivered the
government's opening statement
before a packed Knesset,
defended the IDF's new "iron
fiat" policy in south Lebanon
against critics who said the
recent attacks proved it was
counter-productive. The policy
calls for raids on Shiite villages
suspected of harboring ex-
tremists and weapons.
Rabin noted that long before
ADL Protests
zbt get--..:=. m-eesurw ere
Dated. Nebt Bern, ieadr of the
Shale w<:*t.:j Amai. and a
secber of President Ace
Gemarei s government m Beirut.
threatened stepped up attacks on
the IDF Rabin also spoke out
against a Granot of Mapam for a com-
nnssnn of inquiry into the
Lebanon war.
THE DEFENSE Minister said
any post-mortem analysis of the
war would be futile. The im-
mediate problem, be said, is
security. He said the basic
guidelines of the Labor-Likud
national unity government are to
protect Israel's northern border
and bring the IDF home. He said
it was in that spirit that the
government tried but failed to
reach an agreement with
Lebanon on security measures. It
also failed to reach such
arrangements with Syria and
with the indigenous Shiites in
south Lebanon.
Rabin stressed that the second
stage of the withdrawal process
would be completed according to
plan and would not be hastened
because of Shiite terrorism.
Nevertheless, while visiting
troops in Lebanon, he said the
Cabinet might consider some
acceleration of the timetable.
Well placed military and political
sources made it dear that there
would be no disorderly retirement
of the IDF and no decisions to
speed up the withdrawal because
of the suicide attacks on Israeli
soldiers.
GOVERNMENT and in-
dependent experts have warned
that if the Shiites are allowed to
believe that their harassment
tactics are directly responsible
for driving the IDF out of
Lebanon, they would be more
likely to pursue their war against
Israel across the border.
Advocates of a speedier pull-
out, among them Com-
munications Minister Amnon
Rubinstein and Minister-
Without-Portfolio Ezer Weiz-
man, a former Defense Minister,
have urged that stages two and
three of the withdrawal plan be
combined. This would bring the
Lidice Exhibition Comparing Nazi
Bombing With Fall of Kuneitra
NEW YORK The Anti-
Defamation League of B'nai
B'rith has protested the recent
showing in Lidice,
Czechoslovakia, of an exhibit
prepared by Syrian organizations
and officials which compared the
Nazi terror bombing of Lidice in
World War II with the fall of
Kuneitra, Syria, during the Six-
Day War in 1967.
The exhibition, entitled
"Kuneitra City of Martyrs,"
was prepared by the Syrian
Committee of the Czechoslovak
Society for International
Relations, the Syrian Embassy
and the Union of Syrian Students
in Czechoslovakia. Photographs
of devastation in Lidice and
Kuneitra purported to draw a
parallel between the two towns.
IN A LETTER to Dr.
Stanislaus Suja,
Czechoslovakia's Ambassador to
the United States, the League
called the comparison "absurd
. even by inference."
The letter, signed by Abraham
H. Foxman, ADL's associate
national director and head of its
I nternational Affairs Depart-
ment, pointed out that "Kuneitra
fell when Israel responded to acts
of unprovoked aggression by
Syria (while) Lidice was wiped
out in a cold-blooded and in-
tentional act of Nazi revenge."
Foxman reminded Dr. Suja
that in order to avenge the
assassination of Reinhardt
Heydrich, Gauleiter (District
Leader) of Czech and Moravian
Occupied Territories, the Nazis
"destroyed the entire village of
Lidice, executed its entire male
population and sent the women
and children to Nazi con-
centration camps (except for
some children who were sent to
Germany to become Aryans!)."
HE WENT on to say that "the
Syrians, still in a state of war
with Israel, are determined to
deal with the Jewa (given the
opportunity) the way the Nazis
dealt with the people of Lidice."
The ADL official also called
upon the Ambassador to urge his
government to join with the
governments of Austria and
Germany in seeking the ex-
tradition from Syria of Alois
Brunner, a Nazi war criminal and
colleague of Heydrich who was
responsible for the deaths of
thousands of your compatriots."
IDF to the international border
without pause at an intermediate
line as originally planned.
Voice of Israel Radio's
English-language broadcast said
that Rabin spoke of speeding up
the third stage. It said that
senior military sources have
indicated that the umy is ready
to speed the withdrawal if the
government gives the order.
But there is also growing
opposition to the withdrawal plan
from the right wing. Herut and
other hardliners are demanding
that it be scrapped and insist
that the IDF remain in Lebanon
for the time being.
OTHERS WANT a permanent
security zone of considerable
depth in south Lebanon to
protect Israel's northern border
towns. Government officials say
the withdrawal will continue
acording to plan, as approved by
the Cabinet, neither faster nor
slower.
The IDF stressed meanwhile
that its raid on the Shiite town of
Al-Azhariya in which 34
terrorists were killed was not in
retaliation for the truck-bomb
attack on the IDF convoy.
According to military sources,
the search of the town of 12.000
was planned more than a week
earlier on the basis of intelligence
reports that its residents were
involved in recent attacks on the
IDF east of Tyre.
The search uncovered "very
large" stores of weapons and
sabotage equipment, the military
sources said. They said most of
the terrorists were killed when
they tried to escape in trucks
loaded with explosives which
blew up when fired on.
The sources also reported that
soldiers of the Lebanese regular
army joined villagers in resisting
the IDF search. One Lebanese
soldier was reportedly lulled and
20 were detained but later
released, according to the
sources.
AS THE Knesset debate
opened Israel Air Force jets
bombed a headquarters of the
Svrian-backed Al Saiqa faction of
the Palestine Liberation
Organization near Mar Alias on
the Beirut-Damascus highway.
Near Jezzine, the nor-
thernmost point of south
Lebanon still under Israeli
control, an explosives-laden
Mercedes car attempted to ram a
two-jeep IDF convoy. The
soldiers, especially alert since the
growing carnage, leaped from the
lead jeep which careened into a
ravine, injuring one soldier. The
Mercedes exploded without
causing further Israeli casualties.
Two booby-trapped cars ex-
ploded in the Rashadiya refugee
camp south of Tyre, injuring
several local residents and a
soldier of the Fijian contingent of
the United Nations Interim F
m Lebanon (UNIPILl j^?
sources said the car bomb
intended to attack the IDF bW
up accidentally CT
THERE WERE no i^:
casualties in three later attacks
Katyusha rockets rocke.
propelled grenades and small
arms were fired at IDF position
and patrols near Rashava in the
eastern sector, near Nabatrva and
at a South Lebanon Arrrv'iSLAi
unit in Tyre.
Mlanwhile. the two IDF
soldiers killed in an ambush rear
the Kasmiye bridge east of Tvre
were identified as students at the
special Header yeshivas which
combine religious instruction
with military training and sank
in the IDF.
An army spokesman identified
them as Daniel Moshvtz of
Jerusalem and David Cohen of
Haifa, both aged 20 Moshvtz
who was born in London, the
second of five children of Hannah
and Michael Moshytz. had been
in Lebanon for two months when
he was killed. Cohen, who spent
his childhood in South Africa and
the U.S., was the son of Avhnt
and Rachel Cohen who had been
emissaries of the young Israel, an
Orthodox movement.
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Pagel2-A The Jewish Floridian Friday, March 22, 1985
Mubarak Tells Reagan
Get Involved, Or Risk Terrorism in U.S.
Continued from Page 1-A
"Some have suggested that the
United States should wait and
see how things develop."
Mubarak said. "In effect the
proponents of this view advocate
inaction as a line of policy."
CALLING SUCH an attitude
almost a defeatist approach,"
Mubarak again praised the
agreement concluded last month
between the Palestine Liberation
Organization and Jordan as
providing "a golden op-
portunity" upon which the U.S.
should act. "Its essense is crystal
clear," the Egyptian President
said, "a firm commitment to a
peaceful solution; the rest of it is
a matter of detail."
The PLO-Jordanian agreement
calls for a "peaceful and just
settlement of the Middle East
crisis" on the basis of "United
Nations and Security Council
Resolutions." and recognition of
the "right of self-determination
for the Palestinian people."
It does not refer explicitly to
UN Security Council Resolutions
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right to exist, which have been
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"If I brought here 20
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luncheon. Responding to his own
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assess changes in policy by the
United Nations Educational.
Scientific and Cultural
Organization (UNESCO).
The United States withdrew
from UNESCO last January after
failing to persuade UNESCO's
director general. Amadou Mahtar
M'Bow, to make major revisions
in its policies.
KOREY, who is director of
policy research for the Inter-
national Council of B'nai B'rith,
is the only representative of any
Jewish organization on the 10-
member committee.
Committee Chairman Leonard
H. Marks, a Washington at-
torney, said the objective of the
group is to determine what
changes, if any, have been made
or are to be made in UNESCO
and whether or not the United
States should rejoin that agency.
At the time of his appointment
by Shultz, Korey was also
renominated to a second five-year
term to the board of directors of
the United Nations Association
of the United States.
failure to resolve the Palestinian
problem soon would lead to a rise
in terrorist activity that would
not leave the U.S. untouched. "It
is no exaggeration to say that the
U.S. stands to suffer from that
more than any nation outside the
region." Mubarak said.
In his response to questions,
Mubarak also defended his
refusal to return the Egyptian
Ambassador to Israel, citing his
conditions that Israel first with-
draw from Lebanon and resolve
the border dispute over Taba, the
800-square-meter territory whose
status was left unresolved when
Israel withdrew from the Sinai in
April, 1982. He maintained it was
Israel that had made a "national
issue" out of the dispute.
"Let them send it to the ar-
bitration to finish this stupid
problem," the Egyptian leader
said. An agreement concluded on
the eve of Israel's withdrawal
from the Sinai stipulates that the
dispute will be settled by ar-
bitration if an attempt at
negotiations and conciliation fail.
MUBARAK HAD been on the
defensive in Congress over the
absence of Egypt's Ambassador
to Israel. Congressional leaders
produced a number of letters and
proposed House resolutions
calling on Egypt to improve its
relations with Israel.
Mubarak insisted that public
opinion in Egypt had forced him
to remove the ambassador
following the massacre of
Palestinians at the Sabra and
Shatila refugee camps in Sep-
tember. 1982. but that this was
no more than a gesture of protest.
The ambassador is not a
relation. It's a symbol,''
Mubarak said.
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International fUm star Michael York (center) is made an
honorary member of Friends ofAkim U.S.A. and theBnaiZion
Foundation at a recent breakfast held at the Ritz Carlton Hotel
in New York to celebrate the New York benefit film premiere on
April 16 of 'For Those I Loved' at the Ziegfeld Theater.
Presenting the special citation are Mel Parness (left), executive
vice president, Bnai Zion Foundation, and Michele Bokobza,
national director, Friends ofAkim U.S.A.
Opponent of Lebanon War
Sarid Signs Up for Service
By DAVID LANDAU
JERUSALEM (JTA) MK Yossi Sarid of the
Citizens Rights Party, one of the foremost and most
consistent opponents of the Lebanon war since its outset,
is currently serving on reserve duty in south Lebanon at
his own request.
A reserve officer, Sarid is accompanying convoys of
men and material in south Lebanon. "I believe Knesset
Members should see and suffer the hell at close quarters."
he was quoted as saying.
After Sunday *s suicide-car-bomb attack which killed
12 Israeli soldiers. Sarid was among those who called for
an immediate and total withdrawal from Lebanon.

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Direct Talks Needed
Friday. March 22, 1985 The Jewish Floridian Page 13-A
Or There'll Be No Peace Progress
fjypt respects its
commitments to
Israel 100 percent.
W*
i
WASHINGTON
(JTA) American Jewish
leaders last week told
['resident Hosni Mubarak
of Egypt that "no possible
progress toward peace"
could be made in the
Middle East unless Israel
were involved in direct
talks with its Arab neigh-
bors.
Mubarak was urged "to
demonstrate to his fellow Arab
leaders the advantages of peace
with Israel by giving genuine
content to that peace by
returning his Ambassador to
Israel and by fulfilling the
commitment to trade, tourism
and cultural exchanges contained
in the treaty between Egypt and
Israel."
"Only if the Arab world
recognizes that peace with Israel
iiin bring political and economic
dividends will the circle of peace
grow wider," said Kenneth
Minikin, chairman of the Con-
ference of Presidents of Major
American Jewish Organizations.
BIALKIN LED a group of
some 20 leaders of American
Jewish organizations in an hour-
long meeting with the Egyptian
leader at the Madison Hotel.
Mubarak last week began a three
day official visit to Washington
which included meetings with
President Reagan and other
senior Administration officials.
Kialkin. addressing reporters
after the meeting, described as
spirited and friendly." said the
yrptian leader repeated his
commitment to peace with Israel
ind voiced confidence that
progress would be made in three
reaa so that he could return his
Ambassador to Israel and
promote trade and tourism with
Israel.
The tree areas referred to by
Mubarak were: a complete Israeli
withdrawal from south Lebanon;
some movement on the
Palestinian problem; and a
resolution of the dispute over
Taba, the 800-square-meter
enclave south of Euat that is
claimed by both Egypt and
Israel.
Mubarak, according to Rial kin.
expressed satisfaction at Israel's
decision to withdraw from
Lebanon and understanding that
the Palestinian issue posed great
difficulties for any Israeli
government.
BUT BIALKIN reported that
Mubarak appeared troubled by
the lingering dispute over Taba.
Mubarak said that Egyptian
public opinion was not yet ready
for the return of its Ambassador
to Israel, withdrawn following
the massacre of Palestinians at
the Sabra and Shatila refugee
camps in September, 1982.
In turn, the Jewish leaders
urged Mubarak to "exercise
genuine leadership" by helping to
mold public opinion in his
country- to understand the ad-
vantages of normal relations with
Israel.
Mubarak insisted that the
absence of the Egyptian envoy
from Israel did not mean an
absence <>i contact and dialogue
with the Jewish State. Bialkin
reported. "Mubarak expressed
confidence that his envoy to
Israel would be returned and that
trade, tourism and cultural
exchanges would follow," said
Bialkin, adding, "He kept telling
us to 'be patient,' and he repeated
that Egypt 'respects its com-
mitments to Israel 100 percent,'
and never thinks of going back on
the peace treaty."
MUBARAK ALSO told the
delegation that he recognized
there could be no solution to the
Arab-Israel conflict unless both
sides sat down with each other
and talked. "Mubarak justified
his proposals for a Jordanian-
Palestinian-American meeting as
a way of making a 'psychological'
breaking toward peace. We told
him this idea was a non-starter
and would serve to delay the
peace process, which could only
advance when Israel met directly
with Jordan and a non-PLO
delegation of Palestinian Arabs."
The delegation of Jewish
leaders was especially disap-
pointed, according to Bialkin, by
two statements by Mubarak.
"One was his defense of (PLO
chief) Yasir Arafat as a
'moderate,' a description we told
him we could not accept," Bialkin
said.
"The other was his rather
offhand response to a question we
raised on what Egyptian children
read in their textbooks and
learned at school about Israel and
the Jewish people. Mr. Mubarak
dismissed the question as one
that would take care of itself once
normal relations with Israel were
restored Our response was that a
better understanding" of Israel
and "the people who live there
was essential to such a peace,"
Bialkin snid.
Furor Over Zundel Trial
Still Boils at Toronto Rally
By BEN KAYFETZ
TORONTO (JTA) -
The furor and controversy
that surrounded the just
concluded eight-week trial
of Ernst Zundel, found
guilty of deliberately
publishing lies about the
Holocaust, has not sub-
sided, as evidenced by a
huge rally last Sunday at
the O'Keefe Center here.
The rally, attended by some
5,000 persons, was to remind
Canadians of the realities of the
Holocaust. It included a call by
David Rotenberg, a Cabinet
member of the Ontario gover-
nment, urging that Zundel be
deported for his crimes.
Zundel was found guilty by a
12-person jury of publishing false
information likely to cause racial
or social intolerance. He
published "Did Sue Million
Really Die?" which claims the
Holocaust a hoax perpetrated by
Zionists to extort reparations
from West Germany.
Irving Abella, professor at
York University and author of
"None Is Too Many," received
local cheers when he assailed the
media for its coverage of the
Zundel trial. He said the media
"fell into a trap by emphasizing
counter Holocaust testimony and
downplaying evidence affirming
it" despite the anguish caused to
.lews and survivors by the trial.
He said Jews were thankful the
jury sent a message that "there
will Ik- no more tree rides tor
hatemongers."
The rally was organized by the
Canadian Jewish Congress. B'nai
B'rith Canada and North
New York Sen. Alfonse M.
D'Amato will receive the
American ORT Federation
Community Achievement
Award at an AOF testimonial
dinner to be held in his honor
at the Plaza in New York City
May 5. Funds raised at the
dinner will be used to
establish the Senator Alfonse
M. D'Amato ORT Scholarship
Fund.
American Jewish Students
Network and co-sponsored by
more than a dozen Christian
churches and lalxr groups.
Messages came from Kxternal
Affairs Minister Joe Clark and
Ontario Premier Frank Miller.
The rally was preceded by a
candle-light parade from Nathan
Phillips Square winch began with
t he blowing of t he Shofar
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One from Miami
Two Women Prepare for Rabbinate
Continue from Peg" 1-A
three years of studies before
graduating
"I WANTED to be a rabbi
since I was a little girl."' Mrs
ShuleviU told The Jewish
Floridian in an interview. When
I found out that I couldn't. 1 put
it on hold for a while."'
But a few years ago. after her
husband William retired he
now works in investments
Mrs. ShuleviU. at his urging
entered the Seminary for a
Master's Degree in Judav
studies.
Although Mrs. ShuleviU then
could have studied to be a rabbi
at the Reform Hebrew Union
College, she chose otherwise
Hebrew Union officials, she said,
discouraged women candidates
who really were Conservative
Jews in their outlook from at-
tending the Reform rabbinical
school.
ALTHOUGH as a Con-
servative Jew Mrs. Shulevitz is
tied more strongly to tradition,
her decision to become a rabbi is
a definite break with tradition
But she said the break with
tradition began when the con-
servative movement allowed
mixed seating of men and women
during services. "That was the
first break."
"I don't feel that halacha
{Jewish lawi can't be changed."
JERUSALEM iJTAI A
political delegation from Egypt
arrived last Thursday in Israel,
but there was no immediate idea
as to the purpose of the visit.
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Conservative movements, wtuch
Rabbi Louis Bernstein, president
of the Orthodox Rabbinical
Council of America, told the
assembly would occur.
"The division among the
American Jewish community
long predated the issue of
equality of women. Although
there is much that we share, there
have always been many issues on
which we disagree." Eilberg
added.
FOR CONSERVATIVE
women rabbis, the issue of jobs
will be the final barrier. What
may accelerate the acceptance of
women rabbis is the simple law of
supply and demand. Many
congregations. according to
rabbis and rabbinical students,
are not in a position to compete
with the larger synagogues for
candidates. Thus. economic
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WOMEN RABBIS will not
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'/-. Shnkvi '- said, adding that
tar did pioneering women in
the legal or medical professions.
Acceptance will come." Mrs.
ShuleviU said. I'm hoping it
will not be as much of a problem
as some people think."
Mrs ShuleviU said she will
look for a small synagogue with
older congregants, perhaps as an
assistant rabbi, or with a senior-
citizens home.
'I've done a lot of work with
older people as a volunteer in
Miami." she added.
EVENTUALLY. Eilberg said,
the entire rabbinic process will be
normalized. "A young woman in
college will have the decision to
go through as a young man
would.
"Entering the rabbinate is not
the easiest career choice that one
might undertake. Certainly there
will be those who will not make
that choice. But women will now
have the luxury of pursuing that
aspiration." she added.
That is one option for which
Marion Shulevitz waited her
entire life.
Arab Communications Satellite
Launched in French Guiana
NEW YORK (JTA) ArtM",^
telecommunications satellite, was launched last month
from a space center in French Guiana. It will provide
telephone telex, television and radio transmissions for the
22 member-states of the Arab League.
THE OFFICIAL Saudi news agency described
Arabsat as the first of three Arab satellites built by a
consortium headed by the French company, AM**;
The second is to be launched by the U.S. space shuttle
later this year and the third will be held in reserve.
The satellite's main contl and command center is
located in Dirab, Saudi Arabia.
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LANDAU
SEDAN
_ (JTA) -
tb were killed
Ended in a clash
[south Lebanon
ry spokesman
ftest casualties
rmally received
_ up the Israel
phased with-
non.
identified the
t. Rafi Kasher,
ind Sgt. Nadav
Kibbutz Yiftach.
17 the number of
by the IDF in
|n since the
ch.
to the
clash occurred
illage, west of
. an IDF foot
der enfilade fire
rections. The
the fire and
la house on the
illage.
soon attacked
el led grenades.
i were injured. It
whether the IDF
caused by the
|ier ambush.
vo other attacks
south Lebanon,
Iwhich caused
[ Communications
Rubinstein of
Dn told reporters
Cabinet session
sue of accelerated
i Lebanon did not
Dsal for a speed-
submitted to the
at and was
i Defense Minister
ition.
aid he was con-
oposal would be
Cabinet in two
the ministers
Ition on it sooner.
(for combining the
rd stages of the
cess.
sently in motion,
[scheduled to take
or longer to
would leave the
along the Litani
line. Stage three,
IDF back to the
[border, would not
until some time
Against
lements
Arabs
- (JTA) -
iter Yitzhak Rabin
dear that he is op-
rTinciple to the
of Jewish set-
Ithe heart of Arab
West Bank such as
lebron. He promised
bf Knesset members
i Rights Movement
i settlement will be
the controversial
umeida in Hebron
vernment sanctions
[that he hoped no
will be made. Tel
lilltop in the middle
bron where Jewish
nearby Kiryat
shed themselves
the Knesset
July with the
Jf then-Defense
le Arena.
snt Labor-Likud
lent has refused
settlers to expand.
Bank Civil
lion last month
Rumeida an ar-
Isite which forbids
erect permanent
The settlers
i defiant.
next summer.
RUBINSTEIN proposed
returning the IDF to the border
in a single combined operation.
He said he was supported by
Minister-Without-Portfolio Ezer
Weizman of the Yahad faction
and by several Labor Party
ministers.
Defense Minister Yitzhak
Rabin said in an interview over
the weekend that he backed an
amalgamation of "certain
elements of" the two stages but
he did not elaborate.
Lt. Gen. Ori Orr, commander
of the northern sector, admitted
in a radio interview today that
the shorter time his troops
remained in Lebanon, the better.
He said the escalation of attacks
on IDF units was due to their
more "open" disposition during
the pull-back operation. Israeli
soldiers found themselves in
heavily populated areas mixing
with local residents, some of
whom are hostile, he said.
But Orr insisted that Israel
was not withdrawing because it
was being forced out of Lebanon.
It was the government's decision,
he said. He said recent IDF
actions and searches of hostile
villages have achieved con-
siderable success. He noted that
about 50-60 terrorists have been
killed since the three-stage with-
drawal began and many more
suspects have been detained.
MEANWHILE, the situation
in Lebanon became more
ominious over the weekend with
the sudden Syrian intervention
against a dissident faction of
Christian Phalangists, headed by
Samir Jeajea which has moved to
unseat President Amin Gemayel.
The Syrians reportedly have
moved tanks and troops into the
northern fringes of the Christian-
held heartland north of Beirut
where the move against Gemayel
is taking shape.
Syrian Defense Minister
Mustafa Tlas was quoted as
saying, "The objective of the
move is to assist President
Gemayel and the legitimate order
in Lebanon. It is aimed at
supporting the Lebanese army
and preventing the situation
from further deterioration."
Israeli officials and the IDF are
keeping a close watch on the
Syrian moves. The Syrians are
reported to be using PLO units
against the Christian rebels.
Friday, March 22, 19$5 / The Jewish Fkjridian Page 15-A
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Sharon Regrets Israel's Failure
To Kill Arafat During War
By EDWIN EYTAN
PARIS (JTA) Ariel Sharon, Israel's former
Defense Minister, told a French newsmagazine that
Israel's "only mistake during its war in Lebanon had been
to let Yasir Arafat come out alive."
Sharon, who now serves as Trade and Industry
Minister, told the French weekly VSD, "Letting Palestine
Liberation Organization chief Yasir Arafat leave Tripoli
alive was a mistake that never should have happened."
IN AN INTERVIEW with the French weekly,
Sharon said, "We had the opportunity to kill him in
Beirut. We had pledged ourselves to let the PLO leave,
and we honored our promise. We had no such commitment
in Tripoli, and we should not have let him out of there
alive."
Arafat and his men were besieged by the Syrians in
the northern Lebanese harbor of Tripoli and were
evacuated by the French with Israel's permission.
Sharon said Israel had achieved its main objectives in
the 1982 invasion of Lebanon, and he blamed the Israeli
Labor Party and the Israeli leftwing movements "for not
having achieved even more."
TURNING TO Israeli-Egyptian relations and
President Hosni Mubarak's recent peace initiative,
Sharon said, "There can be no serious negotiations as long
as terrorism continues to exist." He added "Any attempt
to consider the PLO as a moderate movement is illogical
and cannot be considered."
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'Auschwitz Lie' Legis
Cries of Too Much Compromise
TV producer Norman Lear, founder of People
for the American Way, visited Miami this
week to raise money for his fight against
(Photo by Andrew Polin)
'ultra-fundamentalist' Christians who, he
says, are trying to Christianize America.
Lear in Miami
Fundamentalists Not All in Family
Jewish Floridian Staff Report
Norman Lear, television
producer, is best known for
his work in comedy. Lear is
the creative genius who
brought to life TV's
favorite bigot, Archie
Bunker, and TVs most
famous liberal, Maude.
But Lear came to Miami this
week not to be funny, but to be
serious on a topic he considers a
threat to American society. As
founder of People for the
American Way, Lear is trying to
gather grassroots support
against ultra-fundamentalists, or
the so-called "moral majority,"
who mix politics and religion.
"We have to pay attention to
any minority who wish to inflict
their religious dogma on a nation
of many, many beliefs," Lear said
in an interview with The Jewish
Floridian.
PEOPLE FOR the American
Way is trying to combat the
ultra-fundamentalist movement
through public education
projects and mass com-
munications. People for the
American Way attempts to
popularize democratic values and
advocates separation of church
and state. The organization has
also been actively involved in the
fight over book banning in public
schools and libraries.
Lear said he realized the extent
of the threat to American
pluralism when several years ago
he started watching the TV
evangelists, including Rev. Jerry
Falwell and Pat Robinson. Lear
was doing research for a satirical,
movie on religion and how it is
used as a tax dodge.
"I had been skipping over the
TV evangelists and having my
laugh, but now I was doing
research, so I was paying a lot of
attention.
"And the way they were
mixing politics and religion, the
way they were calling people who
simply disagreed with them on
social or political issues ungodly,
anti-Christian, un-American, bad
family people all of those
things started to worry me sick."
LEAR DECIDED to make a
TV commercial opposing this
movement, and out of that
eventually grew People for the
American Way, which now
claims more than 150,000
members.
Lear said the issue is not just a
Jewish concern, but also a
Christian one. "The mainline
churches are very much in
support," Lear added.
Lear railed against extremism
from either the left or right. "I
don't like reflexive attitudes on
anything, liberal or conservative.
Things have to be thought out
individually."
But Lear drew a distinction
between liberal extremism and
what he calls "ultra-
fundamantalists" by evoking the
memory of slain civil rights
leader Martin Luther King Jr.,
who preached the spirit of the
great religions and civil leaders of
peace.
"KING DIDN'T call
somebody who disagreed with
him somebody who belonged to
Satan, who was demonic. That's
quite another thing.
"And only the ultra-
fundamentalists do that. Not
fundamentalists, not con-
servatives and not anybody but
the ultra-fundamentalists.
"They are the ones, and they
unfortunately are the Falwells
and the Robinsons, who feel the
others who disagree, on the
simplest of matters are
ungodly, anti-Christian, un-
christian and bad Americans."
LEAR VISITED Miami to
attend a private fund-raiser for
his organization at the home of
Jeffrey Berkowitz, who is a board
member of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation and on the
executive committee of The
American Israel Political Action
Committee.
"We're looking for whatever
support we can find. We're
hoping we can generate enough
interest in South Florida to
support this," Berkowitz said.
By DAVID KANTOR
BONN (JTA)
Proposed legislation that
would criminalize the neo-
Nazi propaganda claim that
the Holocaust never oc-
curred the so-called
"Auschwitz lie" con-
tinued to bedevil officials
and legislators here despite
a compromise reached by
the government coalition
partners last Friday in-
tended to avoid a bruising
debate in the Bundestag.
The compromise was sharply
attacked by local Jewish and non-
Jewish groups and by prominent
individuals, including members
of the coalition parties. Helmut
Leonardy. chairman of the West
German Association of Judges
called it a "bad compromise"
likely to worsen rather than
improve the present situation.
HEINZ GALINSKI, head of
the West Berlin Jewish com-
munity, said the compromise
failed to take into account the
unique character of the Third
Reich's annihilation policy
against Jews. He also said that
the bickering among the various
parties over so grave a matter
seriously damaged West Ger-
many's image. "As a former
inmate of Auschwitz I feel myself
offended by this continuous
quarrel." Galinski said.
The most offensive feature of
the compromise legislation from
the standpoint of German Jews
and others is that it equates the
Holocaust with the crimes of
"terror regimes" against Ger-
mans during and after World
War II. Persons who claim for
example that millions of Ger-
mans were not expelled from the
eastern regions of Germany after
the war would be subject to the
same penalties as those who
allege the Holocaust was a hoax.
Another dubious element of
the compromise is that it does
not consider the "Auschwitz lie"
an offense per se but rather an
coalition
to
insult to relatives of tT9nn.
perished in the HokSS?ft
initiate legal 2
Pe-ns wh*o proTag^e JR
LEONARDY SAID it would I
be -nractically impossible" to
prove that persons who deny ti I
Holocaust as such thereby
suited individual Jews. It would
be appropriate for the "sense of I
decency" of the German people./
he added, if the "Auschwitz |*"j
was not linked to denials ta
Germans in general suffered Mil
result of the war.
Hans-Jochen Vogel. Floor I
Leader of the opposition Soctf
Democratic Party in the B
destag, took much the stun
position. He said he part.
rejected the equation of cranJ
against Jews with crimes agains
Germans. Heiner Giesslei, I
Secretary General of the ruliiil
Christian Democratic Union,!
urged a stronger law.
He said any individuals
knowingly denied Nazi criiwll
against Jews, who claim Jnj
were not sent to the gas dual
bers, are liars and intellect^I
criminals and should be punish* I
accordingly. He criticized Utl
coalition compromise for waivuil
the prosecution of those ai|
simply say there was
Holocaust.
THE LEGISLATION, i
traduced by the CDU. ran intol
trouble almost immediately from I
coalition and opposition parties 1
which insisted that the courts)
were not the proper place to f
the "Auschwitz lie." That I
position was taken by elements oil
the CDU, its Bavarian sistal
party, the Christian Social Unioi|
and the opposition Green Party
The Social Democratil
demanded a strong law but couldl
not agree with the CDU over its I
contents. Justice Minister Haul
Engelhard of the Frail
Democratic Party, the CDUiJ
junior coalition partner, insists J
that a law against denial of tkl
Holocaust was absoluteril
necessary.
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By HUGH ORGEL
L AVIV (JTA) A
j Now rally demanding the
^diate withdrawal of the
I Defense Force from south
ion drew an estimated
,J persons to Malchei Yisrael
jare outside the City Hall here
urdav night. The rally was
j an attack on Likud leaders
used of being the architects of
Lebanon war, notably former
fense Minister Ariel Sharon,
he demonstrators appealed to
.mier Shimon Peres and
fense Minister Yitzhak Rabin
bring the IDF home without
lay. instead of the present
ased withdrawal. They
landed an end to the IDF's
n fist" policy of harsh
asures against hostile
,ents of the Shiite population
[south Lebanon and called for a
scale inquiry into the causes
conduct of the war which
an when the IDF invaded
anon in June, 1982.
|THE RALLY was addressed
army reservists, including
Dior officers, many of whom
bently completed their fifth or
pin tours of duty in Lebanon. It
supported by "Parents
gainst Silence," the parents of
Idiers serving in Lebanon, or
ho died or were wounded there.
Ithough one of the largest mass
nonstrations in recent months,
bore no comparison to the
0,000 Israelis who gathered in
the same square in September,
1982, to protest the Shatila and
Sabra refugee camps massacre.
The political situation has
changed since then when Israel
was governed by a Likud-led
coalition headed by Premier
Menachem Begin. The decision to
pull the IDF out of Lebanon in
three stages the second of
which is now underway was
taken by a Labor-Likud national
unity coalition headed by Feres,
with Likud leader Yitzhak
Shamir serving as Foreign
Minister and Deputy Premier
and Sharon as Minister of
Commerce and Industry.
Flyers calling the rally, signed
by Peace Now. declared. "We call
upon the government of Israel:
Get out of Lebanon now. Without
the 'iron fist' policy; without
partisan politics; without the
advice of Shamir-Sharon-Arens."
Moshe Arens, a militant member
of Likud's Herut faction, is a
Minister-Without-Portfolio in the
unity government. At the time of
the Lebanon war he was Israel's
Ambassador to the U.S. and later
succeeded Sharon as Minister of
Defense.
THE SPEAKERS urged Peres
and Rabin not to be influenced by
Likud and other rightwingers to
slow down the withdrawal, or to
reconsider it, or to decide to
maintain a permanent Israeli
presence in part of Lebanon.
They accused the unity gover-
nment of delaying the pull-out for
political reasons, at the expense
of Israeli soldiers who have
sustained serious casualties since
the phased withdrawal began.
One slogan of the rally was,
"The time has come for Sharon to
be silent." The former defense
chief, who is still believed to have
a strong following on the right,
has launched a counter-offensive
in recent weeks. He has con-
tended that Israel achieved its
primary goals in Lebanon but
could have achieved much more
but for loss of support on the
home front.
Sharon said he would agree to
a formal inquiry into the war if it
included an inquiry into the
Labor opposition's activities
during the battle and their effect
on the terrorists in Beirut. His
implication was that Labor and
leftist opposition heartened the
Palestine Liberation
Organization and prevented the
IDF from wiping them out
totally.
SHARON MADE those
remarks in an address to the
Industrial and Commercial Club
here last Friday. "The claim that
somebody is answerable for what
happened in Lebanon impedes
taking the necessary steps
there," he said. He denounced the
"panicky cry" to leave Lebanon
before Israel's problems there are
fully solved because "it will be
very difficult to get into Lebanon
again."
Sharon also demanded the
ouster of the United Nations
Interim Force in Lebanon
(UNIFIL) which he alleged
cooperated with terrorists.
The Peace Now rally was as
much an answer to Sharon as a
plea for a speedy withdrawal.
Yuval Neriya, a reserve battalion
commander in Lebanon who
holds the Metal of Valor, the
IDF's highest decoration for
bravery, called Sharon "the
official terrorist The real
booby-trapped vehicle which
explodes and kills every day is
Ariel Sharon who, together with
his partners, Begin, Arens and
Raful (former Chief of Staff Gen.
Rafael Eitan). have still not been
forced to confront the truth."
Neriya said.
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Continued from Page 5-A
psychological disorders, but they
won't be an alcoholic."
WHEN A person takes a drink
of liquor, beer or wine, it goes
through his system and intestinal
wall rapidly before it enters the
bloodstream and bathes virtually
every part of the body, including
the brain. The body is able to get
rid of alcohol at the rate of an
ounce an hour. Anything more,
and you're asking for trouble.
And trouble comes when ex-
cessive alcohol depresses the
brian cells and the central ner-
vous system.
"Alcohol depresses the cortex
and the higher functions of the
brain.'' Dr. Miller said. "And
because it does that, it can cause
certain difficulties in judgement,
perception and reaction time.
"You have some people who
absolutely hate the effect of
alcohol.1' Dr. Miller added. "I
don't think it's because they're
such wonderful people. I think
it's because they don't have the
right biology to get into trouble.
The individual who is biologically
capable of developing alcoholism
has a different biology. And for
them, the effects of this stuff are
not unpleasant, they're pleasant.
Why? No one knows.
"THE ALCOHOLIC doesn't
have a choice. He has such a
rearranged chemistry that he's
simply not able to do without it.
He can stop, but it isn't a simple
act of will or good judgement, it
takes treatment. The non-
alcoholic has a choice to do it or
not to do it. He can choose to
have a drink or not to. The
alcoholic has lost that. The booze
is in control, he isn't."
Alcoholics, according to Dr.
Miller, have a tremendous power
of denial. They constantly
convince themselves that they
have no drinking problems. They
call it depression or even a
nervous breakdown.
"I think there are some real
problems with Jews and alcohol,"
Dr. Miller added. "I'm sure that
12 Steps Toward Overcoming Alcoholism
1. We admit we are so powerless over alcohol that
our lives have become unmanageable.
2. Came to believe that a power greater than
ourselves could restore us to sanity.
3. Made a decision to turn our will and our lives
over to the care of God as we understood Him.
4. Make a searching and fearless moral inventory
of ourselves.
5. Admit to God, to ourselves and to another
human being the exact nature of our wrongs.
6. We are entirely ready to have God remove all
these defects of character.
7. Humbly ask Him to remove our shortcomings.
8. Made a list of all persons we had harmed, and
became willing to make amends to them all.
9. Made direct amends to such people whenever
possible except when to do so would injure them
or others.
10. Continued to take personal inventory, and
when we were wrong promptly admitted it.
11. Sought through prayer and meditation to
improve our conscious contact with God, as we
understood Him, praying only for knowledge of
His will for us and the power to carry that out.
12. Having had a spiritual awakening as a result
of these steps, we try to carry this message to
alcoholics, and to practice these principles in all of
our affairs.
alcoholism is a terrible stigma for
all people." But for Jews, he
says, alcoholism is an even
greater stigma. "Jews are not
supposed to be alcoholics. Good
Jews are not alcoholics. So if you
are. you are not only sick, you're
also a bad Jew. You not only
have an illness, you've also
forsaken your heritage. And with
that kind of a guilt load on them,
it really gets difficult to go for
help.
Another problem is that most
AA meetings take place in
churches." Dr. Miller continued.
"For some Jews that alone is
totally unacceptable. The AA
philosophy does feel like a
Christian philosophy, but it isn't.
It is really broad based."
THERE ARE at least three
avenues of recovery for the
Jewish alcoholic. These include
AA, the Jewish Alcohol and
Drug Abuse Service (JADAS),
and the Jewish Alcoholics,
Chemically Dependent Persons
and Significant Others Foun-
dations, Inc., better known as
JACS, a national organization
based in New York.
The oldest and most famous of
all alcohol abuse programs is
Alcoholics Anonymous, a peer-
support group that has an
estimated roster of 53.000 groups
with over one million members in
110 countries, including Israel.
There are AA groups all over
the Baltimore area. There is.
however, only one in the
"Jewish" area, and that is the
Shalom chapter that meets each
Wednesday night at Mar Sinai.
Many of the Jewish alcoholics
interviewed said they and others
are concerned about attending
the Shalom group because they
don't want their identities
known. It is ironic that the
majority of the Shalom group
members are not Jewish.
AA MEMBERS are united by
a common theme, and that
theme, simply stated, says that
there is a spirit bigger and more
powerful than they are. They are
asked to realize that they were
powerless when it came to
alcohol, and it is more important
to turn their problems and lives
over to the higher spirit. This
theme is prominent in the 12
steps that the alcoholics are
asked to follow.
An A A meeting begins with
the prayer, "God grant me the
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change, the courage to change
things I can. and the wisdom to
know the difference.
The Shalom meeting is run by
a recovering alcoholic named
Jim. He introduces himself by
saying. "I'm Jim. and I'm an
alcoholic." The other 35 or so
people in the room respond. "Hi
Jim."
ELIZABETH has reached her
year anniversary of sobriety. She
is applauded, and then gives a
testimonial of her life before and
during sobriety.
"I used to drink by myself in
my apartment." she said. "It's
really horrible to see a woman
drink. And I figured that if
anyone was going to see me
drink, it was just going to be
me."
The others in the room are
wringing their hands, or smoking
cigarettes. One's clothes reek
from cigarette smoke after at-
tending an AA meeting. There is
a sense of tension or nervousness
in the room You can see con-
tentment, though, in the eyes of
the recovering alcoholics who aw
succeeding at staying sober.
"God has given me a gift," one
alcoholic said. "And if I stay
sober, I have given Him a gift."
Another alcoholic said, "there
are three kinds of alcoholics. One
is drunk, the other is sober, and
the third is dead."
The Lord's Prayer is said as
everyone holds hands and closes
their eyes. The meeting is ad-
journed, and coffee and cake are
shared in honor of Elizabeth's
anniversary. For the uninitiated,
the evening was a moving, tear/n
scene.
"If I wasn't here," said one |
participant, "God knows what
would have happened to me. I'd
probably be dead. I love you all."
AA has been around since I
1935. The only requirement for I
membership is a desire to stay I
sober. A A is a spiritual
fellowship open to people from all I
walks of life and religious beliefs I
But while A A has helped J
countless numbers of Jews, thnj
are many Jewish alcoholics wi
find that the organization do
not fulfill a Jewish spritualitjl
they are searching for.
THIS IS one of the reasonsI
why JACS (the acronym for tail
unwieldily-named Jewisil
Alcoholics. Chtmicallt|
Dependent Per-
Significant Others Foundation^
Inc.) is thriving.
JACS, based in New York will
the help of that city's Board i
Rabbis, offers a more spiritual
answer to addicts and thai
families. It is a natiou/1
organization that seeks to brim!
Jewish addicts and their familial
together to "reconnect will
Jewish traditions and eipkal
resources and values withal
Judaism to enhance theiil
recovery."
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Prime Minister Andreas
Papandreou of Greece and
Prime Minister Shimon
Peres of Israel are each
indebted to the other's
countrymen for little
known incidents which
occurred in the darkest
days of World War II.
It was Palestinian Jews who
rescued Papandreou s father.
George Papandreou. from the
Nazis in German-occupied Greece
more than 40 years ago. And it
was the Greek underground, of
which the elder Papandreou was
a member, which rescued Peres'
father. Itzhak Persky. from the
Gestapo in Greece at about the
same time.
THE RESCUE of Papandreou
was related to the Jewish
Telegraphic Agency by a former
Haganah officer who was in
Greece during the war and later
became a high ranking official in
the Israeli Foreign Ministry. The
rescue of Peres' father has
become a family legend which the
present Premier has related many
times.
According to the ex-Haganah
officer, a small team of
Palestinian Jews was operating
an "illegal" sea-lift in the eastern
Mediterranean during the war to
rescue Jews who managed to
reach the Greek island of Evia.
not far from Athens. A local
Greek shipowner supplied the
vessels which transported the
escaped Jews from Evia to Izmir,
in Turkey, a neutral country.
In Izmir, they were taken care
of by Raphael Barkis, a wealthy
Greek Jew, until they could be
handed over to Aliyah Bet, the

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ON ONE occasion, the master
of a Greek rescue ship informed
the head of the Jewish escape
team on Evia that he had a "very
important passenger" to spirit
out of Greece who, however, was
not Jewish. He was embarked
nevertheless. His name was
George Papandreou. a prominent
anti-Nazi resistance fighter with
a price on his head. After his
rescue by Haganah he joined the
Free Greek Forces fighting with
the British army in North Africa.
Peres' father. Itzhak. was also
a volunteer fighter with British
forces. He was taken prisoner by
the Germans but managed to
escape and found his way to
Greece. He hid out there, being
transferred from one monastery
to another to avoid detection by
the Gestapo. His benefactors
were the Greek underground
which set up a special rescue
team to help the Jewish soldier
from Palestine.
PERES HIMSELF told the
story to the JTA here. The man
in charge was Michaelis Zoustis.
now 75. who assigned four un-
derground members to protect
his father. They were known only
by code names: Babis.
Charalambos, Stathis. and Lakis
the Lawyer. After a year, they
managed his escape from Greece.
Peres' father died two years later
in Palestine.
PERES SAID he would never
forget what happened during
those years. "I shall feel always
indebted to the Greek people for
having saved my father's life." he
told this correspondent.
Unfortunately, Papandreou has
never expressed his gratitude to
the Palestinian Jewa, at least not
publicly. Although a Socialist,
like Peres, the Greek leader has
been cool toward Israel.
Of the Greek rescue team, two
have not been heard of since
leaving for America after the war
and another died a year ago.
Zoustis is believed the sole
survivor. Speaking to this
correspondent, he complained
bitterly that the Israel gover-
nment has failed so far to honor
the EAM the wartime Greek
underground which, he said,
saved more Jews than any other.
It was in fact, the second largest
anti-Nazi underground in
Europe, exceeded in size only by
the Yugoslavian partisans
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Kabbi Marc Tanenbaum, director of inter-
wnational relations for the American Jewish
wCommittee, warns of the fundamentalist
Khristian right which is trying to Christian-
ize American politics. Tanenbaum appeared
in Miami Beach last week at the 85th con-
vention of the Rabbinical Assembly of
America along with the Rev. Jerry Falwell
(seated left), leader of the 'Moral Majority '
Mwell Loves Us
Whether We Want Him to Or Not
By ANDREW POLIN
I Jewish Floridian Staff Writer
I Regardless of what Jews
link, the Rev. Jerry
Wwell says he is neither
eir enemy nor a supporter
L turning America into a
tristian nation.
That was Falwell's
kssage when he spoke last
ek before some 1,000
nservative rabbis and
psts at the close of the
Rabbinical Assembly
I in Miami Beach.
falwell even apologized for
ements he had made in the
supporting a Christian
i.
Ve can only say we are sorry,
we'll try to do better. We
1 certainly do feel this is
ralistic nation. But it is not a
stian nation, nor has it been,
[nor do we want it to be a
Istian state with a state
tion." the 51-year-old Baptist
Bter said.
\LWELL TALKED about
sh-ChrLstian relations at the
nbly. along with Rabbi Marc
fcnbaum, director of in-
fctional relations of the
Jrican Jewish Committee,
dwell s appearance before the
mbly was marked both by
fcism from rabbis themselves
Iprotesters, who did not feel
Organization should give the
|r of the "Moral Majority" a
T)rm to speak.
rish youth reportedly
Young Judaea and the
ph Defense League along
a gay rights activist
sted outside the Eden Roc
II while Falwell spoke. One
IP which called itself
Icerned Jewish Youth"
tadly is a front for the JDL.
ko Jewish youths cir-
rented security and in-
pted Falwell's speech twice
anting "Jewish youth"
! security guards removed
.one by a chokehold, which
pyed the audience.
ATTENTION, however,
ft faze the jocular Falwell,
lKed and appeared at ease
in front of the Jewish audience
which laughed readily at his
jokes and applauded his
statements several times.
"I sincerely love you," Falwell
stated at the beginning of his
speech.
"I have come here to tell you
that I am with you. I am for you,
whether you want me to be or
not, and that is where I will be
when 1 leave here whether you
want me to be or not," he said.
Falwell also stated there would
be no changing of opinions from
either side. "I did not come here
to convert you, and I assure you
that you are not going to convert
me."
DURING HIS speech. Falwell
was emphatic about his support
for the Jewish people and Israel.
"The land belongs to the Jewish
people," Falwell said to applause.
"Israel is the best, if not the
only true friend, that America
has in that part of the world.
"Every dollar that we spend,
our tax dollar, in Israel is the best
defense dollar we spend anywhere
in the world for any purpose,"
Falwell said.
"If it were not for the Israeli
presence, the Soviets would well
now own the oil fields of the
Middle East, and we would not
be sitting in an economy that is
strong and flourishing," he said.
In his speech, Tanenbaum said
the Jewish community does not
take for granted the stalwart
support Israel receives from
millions of evangelical
Christians, both liberals and
conservatives.
BUT TANENBAUM said
there is a theme emerging from
an "alliance between fun-
damentalist preachers and ultra-
conservative politicians."
"There is a basic conception
which is emerging in this kind of
simplistic black and white for-
mulation," Tannembaum said,
referring to the notion that the
only way to save America form
moral decay is to return to the
days when it was "evangelical
empire."
"When you begin saying that
we need to restore America to
being a Christian nation ... M
we can return to the conditions
we were at our origins, I have to
say to you that that kind of
mythologizing is nothing less
than revisionism of American
history."
TANNENBAUM said the
country is being "victimized and
even perilized by a very great
lie."
Tanenbaum lambasted a
"Presidential Biblical
Scoreboard," which was a
publication used by a group of
fundamentalist Christians to rate
political candidates.
Although the publication
includes references to the "Judeo-
Christian" ethic, Tanenbaum
said it is used cosmetically.
Instead, the publication refers
to political leaders, who are not
true Christians, as the "amoral in
charge."
"It seems to me there must be
another way to describe people
that disagree with you as
amoral," Tanenbaum said.
Friday, March 22, 1985 / The Jewish Floridian Page 21 A
Dulzin Has 'Great Hopes' Soviets
Will Increase Jewish Emigration
JERUSALEM (JTA)
Leon Dulzin has "great
hopes" that Jewish
emigration from the Soviet
Union will increase sub-
stantially "by the end of
the year." Only 88 Jews
were allowed to leave the
USSR last month.
Dulzin, who is chairman of the
Jewish Agency and World
Zionist Organization Executives,
told the Jewish Telegraphic
Agency that his hopes are
buoyed by the renewal of U.S.-
Soviet arms talks and other signs
of a thaw between the super-
powers.
HE SAID the Russian
leadership seems to be anxious to
improve relations with the U.S.
and a liberalization of their policy
on Jewish emigration would seem
to be "the cheapest way" to
achieve a better atmosphere.
According to Dulzin, the Soviets
"have been keeping them (the
Jews) as hostages" and "now
may be the right time for them to
cash this chip."
Meanwhile, well placed sources
in Tel Aviv suggested that the
Soviets have taken the ap-
pointment of Max Kampelman, a
Jew, to head the U.S. delegation
to the Geneva arms talks, as a
clear message from Washington.
The sources said a senior Soviet
diplomat was heard to refer to the
appointment as a manifestation
of "Jewish influence" in the U.S.
Implicit in this, the sources
believe, is a possible Soviet
assessment that Kampelman's
appointment signals
Washington's interest in an
Hlleviation of the restrictions
imposed on Jewish emigration
from the USSR. Whether or not
this was intended by the
Administration and it
probably was not the sources
in Tel Aviv were pleased that the
message was being read that way
in Moscow.
THEY SAID they hoped it
contributes to a change for the
better in Soviet policy toward
Jewish emigration under the new
leadership of Mikhail Gorbachev.
Of the 88 Jews allowed to leave
Russia last month, only 29 chose
to go to Israel; the rest opted for
immigration to the U.S. and
Canada. Dulzin said in that
connection that if the Soviets
reopen the gates for Jewish
emigration. Israel and the Jewish
Agency would resume their fight
against neshira (dropping nut I
The majority of Soviet Jews
who emigrated in recent years
have preferred to go to the U.S.
and other Western countries
rather than to Israel. Dulzin said
neshira must be eliminated
"because we want them (Russian
Jews) to remain Jews." In
Dulzin's view they cannot do this
in the United States "which is
understandable considering that
they have been cut off from the
Jewish mainstream and have no
Jewish knowledge."
Protestors Glen Monath, 32, of Fort Lauderdale, and Jason
Loeb, 17, of Miami Beach, picket the Rev. Jerry Falwell's
appearance at the Rabbinical Assembly held in Miami Beach
last week.
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Rumania's Jewish Community
Seems To Be Disappearing
Continued from Page 4-A
restaurant attractive and
pleasant.
Those who can pay the full 22
lei (about $1.80) for their meal.
Most people, however, pay far
less, and some pay nothing.
The criteria for payment are
determined by a discreet means
test. Yet such is the fastidious
concern for human dignity
people sitting around the same
table and enjoying the same meal
cannot know what each of them
paid for that meal. The system of
ticketing is specifically designed
to conceal this information.
THE ASSISTANCE
department hires home-helpers to
clean, cook and shop for elderly
home-bound or bedridden Jews.
Four hundred homes in the
capital and another 300 in the
provinces benefit from this
service.
The Federation employs, in
addition, six social workers who
visit recipients and potential
recipients of the various aid
programs. These social workers
are all retired people themselves
(in Rumania retirement age is 60
for men and 57 for women),
boosting their pensions by doing
this work but doing it, as is
immediately and abudantly
apparent, much more out of love
and devotion than for the
material benefit.
Edelstein explains that the
federation cannot attract young,
professional social workers
"because we can't afford to pay
as much as the government." He
himself is a former senior official
at the Ministry of Foreign Trade
who, when he retired, was eagerly
enlisted by Rabbi Rosen to head
up the assistance department.
A medical center or polyclinic
in Bucharest has doctors who are
also almost all retirees. Among
their number are some of the
country's better-known
specialists, including in-
ternationally-renowned virologist
Prof. Nikolai Cajal, a member of
the Rumanian Academy of
Sciences.
WHILE OSTENSIBLY health
care is provided free by the state
to all its citizens, the elderly
and/or needy Jews who are
eligible to attend the clinic, or call
its physicians to their homes,
enjoy a considerably more ef-
ficient, and immeasurably more
devoted, service. The clinic,
moreover, is linked to two
pharmacies which dispense its
doctors prescriptions. The drugs,
like the medical diagnoses and
treatments, are all tree for all
eligible patients and are not
available, even for money, for
people not adjudged eligible.
With 2,000 mostly young
Erofesional Rumanian Jews
ving left for Israel in 1984
alone, and with only 60 Jewish
births having been registered
throughout the country, Cajal
predicts the virtual end of this
entire, impressive, moving
structure of organized Jewish life
within a decade. A combination
of aliya and biology will see to
that, he says.
Israeli experts tend to agree.
They feel there is potential for a
further 10,000 Rumanian Jewish
immigrants to Israel at most,
with the remainder of the
community intent on living out
their lives in Rumania.
Rabbi Rosen does not agree
with the essence of this
prognosis. But he predicts a
slower shrinkage. In ten years
time, he believes, there will still
be a Jewish population of 15,000.
"WHETHER OR not there
will still be organized, flourishing
communal and religious Jewish
life that depends on us,"
Rosen says. "Even the present
situation is unnatural, almost
miraculous. A community of
26,000 maintaining active Jewish
centers in 68 separate places
complete with synagogues and
social services."
Rosen believes passionately
that the key to Rumanian
Jewry's monumental success
and the statistics, after all, add
up to an incredible success-story,
especially in view of the objective
circumstances has been his
unrelenting fight to preserve the
spiritual heritage. His greatest
pride and joy are the after school
classes, usually held in
synagogues, where the ever-
dwindling young generation
imbibes the fundamentals of their
people's culture and traditions.
"They may not become great
scholars (talmidei Hahamhn),"
Rosen said in a speech at the
Choral Synagogue last month in
the presence of Israeli Premier
Shimon Peres. "But they grow
up with a profound knowledge of
what it means to be Jewish
and a profound commitment and
identity."
ROSEN'S particular in-
novation, in terms of Jewish
education in trying cir-
cumstances, has been his en-
couragement of music and song.
All the larger communities boast
Jewish youth choirs. In
Bucharest there are several.
Enormous effort and devotion
go into rehearsing, songwriting,
organizing, and periodically
performing especially on the
festivals and whenever a
distinguished visitor comes by,
from Israel or the West. And the
enthusiasm of the young
choristers and musicians is in-
fectious, regularly rousing
audiences of Jews, young and old
(mostly old), to join in with the
songs of Zion, the Yiddish lieder
and the liturgical tunes that fill
the grand old synagogues with
the sounds of yesterday and of
tomorrows.
JTA Feature Syndicate
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U.S. Embassy Personnel Withdrawn
By JUDITH KOHN
WASHINGTON (JTA) The Reagan
Administration confirms that U.S. Embassy personnel
have been withdrawn from Lebanon in response to the
deteriorating situation but it would not specify how many
people left or how large a staff remained.
"THIS IS A TEMPORARY measure because of the
current unsettled situation in the East Beirut area," State
Department deputy spokesman Edward Ejerejian said.
He said the U.S. ambassador to Lebanon, Reginald
Bartholomew, has not been withdrawn.
Observers here said the move appeared to be a
precaution stemming from threats against U.S. personnel
by hostile Moslem elements over the U.S. veto in the UN
Security Council last week of a Lebanese draft resolution
condemning Israeli practices in Lebanon and demanding
the immediate withdrawal of Israeli forces from that
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ty education, in
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actual intake,
diagnosis and
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Igrams. One such
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led "Choices,
Ch covers decision
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pressure, goes
substance abuse
Iffered in 10
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lie to realize it's
but of the closet,"
"You not only
have an Illness,
youVo forsaken
your heritage. And
with that kind off
guilt load on
them, It really
kind of gets
difficult to
go for help."
Resnick said. "You know that
only three to five percent of
alcoholics are skid row bums. The
other 95 percent look just like
anyone else, except that they
may have a bottle underneath
their car seat."
"Ten percent of any American
city is alcoholic," Resnick said,
"and the Jewish community is
not any different."
"I think it's important to
realize that if you're an alcoholic,
it's not your fault," Mermelstein
said.
IS THERE a need for a
specifically Jewish program if
AA has been so successful over
the years? Some feel there is not
only because so many A A
meetings are held in churches but
also because AA's credo, the 12
steps to recovery, is spiritual in
nature. While there is nothing
Christian about the 12 steps,
indeed they are compatible with
Jewish beliefs, some rabbis are
fearful that without a Jewish
context, the Jewish alcoholic in
an AA program may take
spiritual refuge in Christianity as
do those around him.
"The problem which many
people have in placing a Jewish
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"I'm willing to bet," he said,
"that a number of Jews who went
to A A did convert to
Christianity. There was probably
pressure put on them because
God was talked about more there
than they experienced in their
pasts. But that has nothing to do
with A A. That's a Jewish
problems.
"We've pattfcd ourselves on the
backs and said Jews don't drink,
for too long," Rabbi Berlin said
with anger in his voice. "We've
been afraid to approach these
people. So, what do they do?
They run off to Dundalk and look
for help. The community has
done a number on itself. And
until recently, no one knew where
to turn."
WHILE HE praised the local
JADAS program, he noted that
"Jews are drinking more and
more. We know that Jewish teen-
agers are drinking. Because of
the level of acceptance of
drinking alcohol in moderation,
those who get high on drugs
support their habits with
alcohol."
Rabbi Berlin did say that the
Jewish community is reaching a
point where it can deal more
effectively with the Jewish
alcoholic. He added that it was
important for the rabbi and the
alcoholic to work together to take
care of the recovering person's
needs.
Rabbi Berlin's Yom Kippur
sermon was on the rise of sub-
stance abuse in the Jewish
community.
"These people are shamed,
alone and Jewish," Rabbi Berlin
said. "It is possible that 15 to 20
percent of all Jews are alcoholic.
And here we are feeding the poor,
helping Israel and being involved
in so many wonderful charities,
but we're not doing our best for
the Jewish alcoholic."
Or as one alcoholic who was the
president of two Jewish women's
organizations said, "Alcoholism
is a disease, not a disgrace."
Down the Hatch
TEL AVIV (JTA) -
Nature will have to take its
course before 30 small diamonds
valued at $2,000 can be reco-
vered. They repose for the time
being in the stomach of a 62 year-
old diamond polisher who swal-
lowed them during an argument
with his employer.
York, in the current JACS
newsletter, "is that one can only
be solved by the individual in his
or her continuing study of, and
growth through, Judaism."
Similarly, Rabbi Shlomo
Porter, director of the Etz Chaim
Institute in Baltimore, notes that
while many Christians in AA
may find Jesus, "searching
Jewish alcoholics have little to
fall back on. A lot of Jews are
afraid of God or spirituality.
They just don't see Judaism as
being able to offer it."
PORTER IS strongly con-
sidering forming a study and peer
support group through his adult
education programs of Etz
Chaim.
"The ethical approach to
Judaism is very close to the 12
steps," Rabbi Porter said. "I
think the 12 steps, themselves,
are steps that should be followed
by non-alcoholics. But listen,
here's such an opportunity for
Jewish education, why waste it?"
Rabbi Donald Berlin of Oheb
Shalom, who is a local leader in
counseling Jewish alcoholics,
says he has no Jewish problems
with AA but he is highly
critical of the organized Jewish
community for ignoring the
problem of Jewish alcoholics.
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mieMilo:
Unity Government
Working Well
wish Floridian StaffReport
srael, despite moving
Md with its planned
thdrawal from Lebanon,
return there if terrorist
jvities increase and
laten Israeli citizens,
irding to Ronnie Milo,
lUty minister of foreign
lairs for Israel.
Milo. in an interview with The
nrjsh Floridian, said Israel will
accept or live with
orism."
here is no doubt that we will
. any measures that are
ded," said Milo. who visited
ami this week to attend Israel
tfense Forces Day sponsored
C a local Herat organization.
fro reenter Lebanon, we shall do
falso."
J MILO. who has been a Likud
Umber of the Knesset since
B77. said the problem now posed
y Israel's withdrawal from
ebanon is the threat of renewed
brrorist activities against
fttlers along Israel's northern
irder.
But Israel, according to Milo,
Ihen the decision was made
fchether to remain or withdraw
from Lebanon, was in a
carious position. "To stay
now with the Shiite
terrorism is a very dangerous
situation for our soldiers, and
with the withdrawal there also is
a risk for Israel because the
bombarding of the Galil is a real
possibility."
Shiites in Southern Lebanon,
believed to be influenced by the
Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini of
Iran, are held responsible for
most of the attacks on IDF units.
Earlier this month, a suicide
truck bombing took the lives of
12 Israeli soldiers and wounded
14 in Southern Lebanon.
MILO DEFENDED the
original aim of the Lebanon War
which was to destroy the
Palestine Liberation
Organization's apparatus in
Lebanon. "We succeeded in
doing that."
But Milo said Israel did not
estimate correctly the com-
plications that went along with
occupying Southern Lebanon,
mainly dealing with the different
religious and political factions, as
well as the reaction to occupation
by Shiites living in the area.
"I think the complications in
Lebanon, which were not ex-
pected, were too big," he said.
"I think we did not estimate it
as it is, mainly because it is very
hard to estimate it when you're
talking about unreasonable
emotional reactions."
ON ISRAEL'S political scene,
Milo said Prime Minister Shimon
Peres, a member of the Labor
Ronnie Milo, deputy minister of foreign af-
fairs for Israel, visited Miami this week for
Israel Defense Forces Day. While in Miami,
Milo talked to Florida businessmen about
importing Israeli goods.
Party, is doing "quite well"
during his two-year term as head
of the National Unity Govern-
ment. Deputy Prime Minister
Yitzhak Shamir, a member of the
Likud Party, is slated to take
over as prime minister after
Peres' term, which was part of
the agreement for the national
unity government a broad-
based government including the
two major parties, Labor and
Likud.
"Both parties prefer this kind
of government. It's better than
any other choice," Milo said.
It's a strong and wide-based
parliamentary majority. It's the
only government that can solve
and go forward on the economy
problems."
Milo said the national unity
government up until now has
been a "very successful ex-
periment."
"IT'S TRUE that we haven't
yet solved the economic
problems, but we're going for-
ward. It's the best that we can
have concerning the other op-
tions," he added.
Milo also talked with Florida
businessmen while in Miami,
trying to convince them to in-
crease imports from Israeli
companies.
Will Palestinians Recognize Israel?
Mrs. Sadat Says 'Maybe'
By ANDREW POLIN
Jewish Floridian Staff Writer
The Palestinians must
ecognize Israel's security
ids if the peace process is
succeed, according to
lan Sadat, widow of slain
Egyptian President Anwar
|l-Sadat.
Mrs Sadat, who spoke at
florida International University
Miami this week, said
Palestinian acknowledgement of
Brael s security needs would
Dree Israel into a corner, thus
aving the way for negotiations.
Hut the Palestinians have to
ay we care for the security of
Israel. They have to say this, and
Jhe Israelis have to sit with the
(Palestinian Liberation
organization)," Mrs. Sadat said
>R a question and answer
enod after lecturing at FIU as
art of International Week ac-
vities there.
"IF THEY sit together, they
will reach something.' Mrs.
Sadat said. "If (PLO leader
Yassirl Arafat says. We care for
the security of Israel, and we
want to sit and negotiate.' believe
me he will put them in a corner."
Mrs. Sadat said.
Mrs. Sadat said, as an Arab
woman, she hopes for a
Palestinian homeland. "If they
followed my husband, it could
have been finished now. But at
that time, they refused, and they
refuse now. They are refusing.
Why? I-et them sit.
"If the Israelis refused, and the
leader of the Palestinians would
say we want to sit with the Israeli
leaders and negotiate, what are
the Israelis going to say? They
will not say we are refusing.
Mrs. Sadat said.
Although it was left unclear as
to whether Mrs. Sadat was
calling for the PLO to explicitly
recognize Israel which it has
never done this was an ap-
parent major statement on
Israeli-Palestinian relations by a
leading Arab figure.
MRS. SADAT explained that
Jordanian King Hussein could
represent the Palestinians during
initial talks. "When the Israelis
take confidence. I assure you
they will talk to the Palestinians.
This will come step by step,"
Mrs. Sadat said.
During her appearance at FIU,
Mrs. Sadat stressed the need for
Arab countries and Israel to
negotiate, as did her husband and
former Israeli Prime Minister
Menachem Begin.
"What my husband went
through was not easy, and he
paid with his life for it. He
reached a solution, and he
reached a peace, and although it
is not as he wished it is much,
much better than nothing. At
least we now have relations with
Israel," Mrs. Sadat said.
"IF THEY follow my husband,
there will be peace. What's going
on is because they didn't follow
my husband. I pity you, believe
Hawkins, Graham, Smith To
Highlight AIPAC Workshop
Republican Senator Paula
jawkins and Democratic
jovemor Bob Graham, two of
lorida's most prominent
oliticians, will address the
American Israel Public Affairs
committee's "Florida Political
Action Workshop" March 31 in
j;ort Lauderdale, AIPAC
P-xecutive Director Thomas A.
|Dine has announced. The con-
ference will close with an address
PI U.S. Rep. Larry Smith (D.,
I'6th District).
"We are delighted to have such
effective politicians speak at our
workshop on political action.
mid Dine. "We hope to help
Florida's friends of Israel to
become more politically active.
In addition to Graham's
morning address on "American
Jews in the Political Process
and Hawkins' noon speech on
"U.S.-Israel Relations, the
conference will include
workshops on "The Nuts and
Bolts of Political Campaigns,
The Campaign to Discredit
Israel," and "Community
Action: How to Lobby."
Panelists include Dine, Ken
Wollack. co-editor of the
Washington-based Middle East
Policy Survey, and Douglas
Bloomfield, AIPAC legislative
director. Moderators are Micha
Adler of Miami, Herb Swarzm
of Tampa, and Martin Lipnack
Plantation.
The meeting will be held at the
Fort Lauderdale Marriott Hotel
and Marina.
Jehan Sadat
me, because you are living in
slogans," Mrs. Sadat told one
Arab at the FIU gathering who
questioned her husband's ac-
tions. Another Arab later was
escorted from the auditorium
after espousing anti-Sadat and
anti-Israeli positions, although
Mrs. Sadat urged him to stay and
state his position further.
Mrs. Sadat stressed that peace
is not served on a "silver platter"
and that unless "you made an
effort like my husband has done"
peace will not materialize. Had
Sadat accepted Begin's position
that Israeli settlements in the
Sinai would remain, he might
have severed relations and
refused to negotiate, Mrs. Sadat
said.
"What would be the result
after that? Nothing. And Sinai
would be occupied," Mrs. Sadat
stated. As part of the Camp
David Accords, Israel did return
Sinai to Egypt.
MRS. SADAT said her
husband had patience and
persevered through both hard
and sometimes good
negotiations.
During a press conference prior
to the lecture, Mrs. Sadat agreed
there is a "cold peace" between
Israel and Egypt, but it is better
than "freezing" relations. "At
least there is a relation, and I
hope it will be better in the near
future."
Mrs. Sadat said Egyptian
President Hosni Mubarak is
trying to do something for peace.
"And (Israeli) Prime Minister
(Shimon) Peres is very, very
reasonable in everything. I hope
that if they just sit together they
will reach something for the
benefit of the two countries."
I cJewislh Floridia
Miami, Florida March 22,1985
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jovernor Bob Graham chatted with
epresentatives of local Jewish community
tgencies during his reception for the
legislature. Shown (left to right) are Elaine
Bloom, director of the Government Affairs
Office of the Florida Association of Jewish
Federations; Governor Graham; Gail
Weisberg, director of Services to the Elderly
of the JCCs of South Florida; Karen Brown
of the Miami Jewish Home and Hospital for
the Aged; David Saltman, executive director
of the Jewish Vocational Service; and JVS
President Pat Fine.
The founders of Temple B'nai Zion in North Miami Beach were
recently honored by the temple and the Greater Miami Israel
Bond Organization. At the ceremony are (left to right) Dan
Weiner, chairman of the board of trustees at B'nai Zion;
congregation president, founder and Israel Bond chairman Max
Krieger; Jack Kwartner, Canal Founder; and Harry Giber, vice
president. Recognized as founders of the temple in 1973 were
the late Rabbi Abraham Jacob son, Nathan Adler, Nathan
Berger, Max Cantor, Jack J. Cohen, William Feinberg, Jack
Kozlow, Joseph Milgrom, Julius Pliner, Mitchel Robin, Abe
Schneiderman, Irving Schlossberg and the late Robert Rifkin.
Gallagher Dinner Will Honor Mrs. Zuckerman So-Dade JWV
Sonja Zuckerman, founder and
ife chairman of the Diabetes
esearch Institute's Love and
Hope Ball, will be the honored
uest at the 11th annual Dennis
Gallagher Memorial Dinner, to be
eld Thursday at the University
flub at 7 p.m. The evening
enehts the Diabetes Research
Institute at the University of
rliami School of Medicine.
The fund raiser, hosted by
Dade Rep. C. Thomas Gallagher
and his three brothers, Douglas,
Dean and Kevin, is in memory of
their brother, Dennis, who died at
27 from complications from
diabetes.
Mrs. Zuckerman has been a
benefactor of the Diabetes
Research Institute's Love and
Hope Ball for over a decade. She
and her late husband, Harry,
served as chairmen from its
inception, and were named life
chairmen four years ago.
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To be installed are Evelyn
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treasurer; Pearl Portock,
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national commander.
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New Regional Director
At American Friends
The Amencac Friend* of the
Hebrew University ha* ap-
pointed AJbert G. Effrat as
regional director in Florida for
the Southeast States Region.
Effrat. former associate
director of the region, wiU direct
the activities of AFHU
throughout the Southeast United
5jtates. executive vice president
Robert A Peariman has an-
no unced.
Effrat replaces Gerald C.
Crane, who was named director of
special projects for the American
Friends and will also be
responsible for AFHU activities
in Palm Beach.
A former associate campaign
director of the Jewish Federation
of Greater Fort Lauderdak. and a
former executive director of the
Jewish Federation of Waterbury.
Conn.. Effrat has served with the
Jewish Community Center of
Broome County. New York and
the Jewish Federation of Palm
Beach County. He is a graduate
of Rider College in New Jersey
and North Adams State College
in Massachusetts.
Crane worked for many years
in a variety of capacities at New
York University, including
assistant dean and director of
development for the School of
Law. director of alumni giving
and director of special programs.
He is a graduate of the City
College of New York and New
York University.
YI Officers Installed
New officers for Young Israel
of Sunny Isles were selected at
the recent annual meeting of the
synagogue. Hillel Price is
president: Emanuel Lassar. vice
president; Shimon Blattman.
Secretary: and Max Wein is
chairman of the finance com-
mittee. Past presidents are
Teddy Gartner, Charles Skupsky
and Harry Uartner.
Baking Exhibition
Genuine Hand Matzoh-Baking
Exhibition will begin on Sunday
at the Carillon Hotel from
Sunday through Wednesday.
from 9:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. The
exhibition is sponsored by
Cbabad Lubavitcn of Greater
Miami, with Rabbi David
Goiowinsky as program director.
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tongressman Larry Smith (D., Fla.) presents Egyptian
President Hosni Mubarak with letter calling for thaw in
Egyptian-Israeli relations. The letter was signed by 98
nembers of Congress. Left to right are Rep. Smith, Rep.
Benjamin Gilman (R., N. Y.) and President Mubarak.
MB Bookmobile Moves
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vice, says Phillis Gray, chief
Ibrarian. Monday the book-
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oad all day; Tuesday morning
It Alton and Third Street,
Tuesday afternoon at Meridian
Avenue and Lincoln Road.
Wednesday afternoon the
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WASHINGTON When
Egyptian President Hosni
Mubarak visited Capitol Hill last
week. Congressman Larry Smith
(I).. Hollywood! presented him
with a letter from himself and
many of his colleagues calling for
further improvements in the
bilateral relationship between
Egypt and Israel. A similar letter
was presented to the Egyptian
president by Smith during his
last state visit here in 1983.
Nearly 100 members of Congress,
which is the same number as in
1983. signed the letter.
The letter expresses support
for Egypt's recent peace
proposals and then notes that
"several Egyptian policies about
which we have expressed concern
have not changed and continue to
hinder progress in the peace
process ... In the last year and a
half, the normalization of
relations between Egypt and
Israel has deteriorated rather
than improved. Egyptian-Israeli
relations are at an ebb. and the
process seems to have slowed if
not stalled."
THE SMITH letter outlines
three policies of the Egyptian
Government which are
"detrimental" to furthering the
peace process: 111 the absence of
the Egyptian Ambassador to
Israel for over two and a half
years: (2) the Egyptian
Government's restrictions on
trade and tourism, as well as
exchanges, with Israel: and (3)
the rejection of a summit meeting
with Israeli Prime Minister
Shimon Peres.
"We believe these policies are
counterproductive to
strengthening the chance for
peace in the region." concludes
the letter. "We understand your
need to repair relations in the
Arab world, but we do not agree
it should be or need be at the
expense of peace and nor-
malization with Israel The
overdue return of the Egyptian
Ambassador to Israel would be
the first step toward iropro<\ng
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Egypt is the second largest
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Anti-Cult Meeting
Concerned Parents of Cult
Children in South Florida will
sponsor a public meeting on
Monday at 8 p.m. on "Cults: The
Scourge of Modern Society." The
meeting will be held in the
Auditorium of the Young Israel
ol Sunny Isles with guest speaker
Dr. Sandy Andron of CAJE.
Rabbi Rubin R. Dobin. senior
consultant to the Concerned
Parents (iroup, will also speak.
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Elizabeth and Jack Gdiman
Israel Bonds To Honor Gellmans
The fireavsr Miami Israel
Bond Organization will present
the Gates of Jerusalem Award to
Jack and Elizabeth Gellman
during a luncheon on Thursday
at noon at the California Club
The Gellmans. winter residents,
are being recognized for their
involvement in many
organizations and for their
support of the Israel Bond
Organization and the State of
Israel.
A major in the U.S. Air Force
during World War II. Gellman
earned the Presidential Citation,
the Silver Star, the Distingunhed
Flying Cross (twice), the Air
Medal and the Soldiers Medal.
Gellman has served the public
in New York as district Attorney,
acting surrogate judge and a
member of the New York State
Park Commission. He is a senk>r
partner in a law firm with his
brother and two sons.
In addition to the Israel Bond
Organization, where he has
headed campaign drives ir.
Niagara. N Y.. Gellman has beer.
an active member of the United
Jewish Appeal since 1946.
His wife. Elizabeth has held
posts in many civic associations
m the Niagara area, including
that of chairwoman of the UJA
Women's Division.
Guest speaker at the luncheon
will be Howard Stone, a writer
and consultant to many Jewish
organizations, who has served
the Israeli Government in
Jerusalem. The event is spon-
sored by Lake Carmel Lodge
B'nai B'rith and California
Country Club Israel Bonds
Committee. Chairman is Harvey
Berman and co-chairman is
Herman Sacks
Amit Women Chapter Events
Four chapters of Amit Women.
Shoshana. Simcha. Migdal and
the Coral Gables chapters, will be
holding their annual Mother-In-
Israel Luncheon on Sunday noon
at the Tarleton Hotel.
Mother-In-Israel is a symbolic
adoption-' of a child in Israel,
according to Ida Sussman. chair
of the event, a member of the
executive board of the Florida
Council, and chair of Mother In
Israel for Shoshana Chapter. Co-
chairing is Nellie Boyer of
Shoshana.
The chapters have monthly
meetings coming up.
Shoshana will meet Tuesday at
noon at Seacoast Towers South
for a catered luncheon. "Illusions
of Love" by Cynthia Freeman
will be reviewed by Sophie
Primak
A luncheon will be held by
Coral Gables Chapter on April 2
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Packaging
at Temple Zamora.
Migdal s luncheon meeting will
be held on Wednesday at noon at
rorte Towers A book review of
Mayor" by Edward I. Koch will
be given by Rosalie Starr. MSW.
Simcha s chapter meeting is
set for Monday at noon, at
Winston Towers. A luncheon and
book review are scheduled.
Reinvesting 1971 Israel Bonds
Can Mean Early Interest
Holders of State of Israel Fifth
Development Israel Bonds wluch
mature beginning in March.
19*6 can receive interest up to a
full year early by reinvesting the
entire proceeds of the* Bonds is
new Israel Current Income
Bonds
Philip T Warren, chairman of
the Greater Miami Israel Bond
campaign, explained that a large
number of Fifth Development
Issue Savmgs and Coupon Bonds
which were purchased m the
period beginning m March. 1971.
will mature beginning in March.
19*6.
The Government of Israel has
agreed to permit holders of these
bonds to reinvest the maturitv
value of their bonds toward the
purchase of new Israel Bonds a
ful year before the maturity
date Warren said. "This means
that bonds maturing in March.
1966 will be available for rein-
vestment in March. 1986. and so
on.'
Because of this special
privuage. the Israel Bond
Organization has launched an
intensive reinvestment effort in
the Greater Miami community.
Holders of bonds due to mature
next year will soon be contacted
by the Reinvestment Committee
or the local Bond office.
Warren pointed out that,
although Israel currently faces
economic difficulties, the nation s
economy basically sound
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Cellist, Pianist At JND Concerts
The Cleveland Orchestra,
Friday. March 22, .1986 / The Jewish Floridian Page 7-B
I The vk""1" ,.
Lose legendary music directors
Efcreated a legacy of ex-
tiience among major American
Kestras. wiU perform in a
facial two-evening engagement
Kay. Mch 26 H S^f
Eav.' March 27 at Dade
hnuity Auditorium, announced
IND Concert Foundation
sident Judy Drucker.
I Charles Dutoit will be the
l.tured guest conductor. Matt
fcttl Israeli ceUistwUl be
Ihe soloist on March 26 while
Lnist Bella Davidovich will
5rm on March 26. Both
ncerts will begin at 8:15 p.m.
I Matt Haimovitz, the 14-year-
L| Israeli cellist and protege of
uhak Perlman. will return to
uth Florida March 26 as
featured soloist with the
Cleveland Orchestra. Born in Tel
Aviv in 1970 to Rumanian
parents, he began his cello
studies at age seven, and in 1983,
L Perlman's advice, he entered
Che Juilliard School under the
tutelage of the late Leonard Rose.
Russian emigre pianist Bella
Davidovich brings to her ap-
jearance with the Cleveland
Orchestra an impressive per-
formance history with the
Leningrad Philharmonic, as well
ks appearances with every major
Russian conductor before her
Matt Haimovitz
immigration to the United States
in 1978. She made her American
debut at Carnegie Hall in 1979.
Charles Dutoit, guest con-
ductor for the Miami per-
formances of the Cleveland
Orchestra, is music director and
principal conductor of the
Montreal Symphony Orchestra, a
post he has held since 1977.
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Morris Fisher's 80th Birthday Celebrated
The Yiddish weekly magazine
"Yiddisher Kemfer" will honor
Morris Fisher at a luncheon on
March 27 at the Cuban Hebrew
Congregation in Miami Beach.
On March 20 the Israel
Histadrut Foundation, Histadrut
Council of South Florida and the
Miami City Committee of the
Labor Zionist Alliance honored
him on the occasion of his 80th
birthday at a dinner at the
Casablanca Hotel.
Fisher, who retired after 42
years as an employee of the
Farband-Labor Zionist Alliance,
served as assistant national
secretary for 30 years under the
directorship of Louis Segal.
Morris Fisher was born in the
Spelling Wins
At Lehrman
Lehrman Day School fifth
through eighth graders par-
ticipated in a spelling bee to
choose a contestant for the
countywide Miami Herald
competition at Barry University
April 3.
School winner was Paola
Hadida, a sixth grader. Other
winners were Diane Israel,
seventh grade winner and runner-
up overall: Shaun Shahin and
Lilly Shapiro, fifth grade; David
Goldfarb, sixth grade runner-up;
Jenny Molcho, seventh grader
runner-up: and Jeannette Egozi
and Ronny Finvarb, eighth
grade.
Morris Fisher
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in his youth, joining the Farband
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telephone operator and rising
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assistant national director.
A graduate of the Jewish
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member of its board of trustees,
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The Healing Arts Division of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation recently held a fundraising brunch on behalf of the
1985 Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency FundProject
Renewal-Or Akiva Campaign. Featured was a tour of the
exhibit^ "Jewish Life in America: Fulfilling the American
Dream at the Historical Museum of Southern Florida. Seen
above at the event are (left to right) Dr. Jay D. Ellenby, event
host and co-chair; Aaron Podhurst, Federation vice president
and guest speaker; and Dr. Jack I. Berne, brunch co-chairman.
h2%F5 SL aiS.n %ggf; hteld a fandraising meeting on
htfJ ?f 8? greater Miami Jewish Federation's 1985 Com-
ChAkiTPi. AP*>eal-l3rael Emergency FundProject Renewal-
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U'JZ? r *" sPe?k?K He '"own between (left to right)
M%?lSL "**"* *" *** aJchairmak
Founders 30th At Mt. Sinai
Gary R. Gerson, president of the Founders of Mount Sinai
Medical Center, has announced the appointment of George and
Marilyn Simon as chairmen of the Founders Thirtieth
Anniversary Ball at the Fontainebleau-Hilton on Saturday
April 20.
Both are Founders and Mr. Simon is a trustee of the medical
center. Mrs. Simon is a longtime member of the Auxiliary and a
life member of Hadassah. They are also actively involved with
the University of Miami and the Miami Jewish Home and
Hospital for the Aged at Douglas Gardens.
Jerry and Marsha Olin, Earl and Civie Pertnoy and Martin
and Arlene Schnell have been chosen as associate chairmen.
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George Flesch, a former
member of Israel's Knesset,
will visit the South Florida
March 26-29. Flesch will meet
local Jewish communal
leaders on behalf of the
Greater Miami Israel Bond
Organization. A special
representative of the Ministry
of Finance, Flesch has
represented Israel in many
posts throughout the world,
before and after 1948.
Fifteen For Bonds
The Greater Miami Israel
Bond Organization will honor
fifteen Miami Beach residents
during a Gold Coast Hi-Rise
Community Israel Bond Brunch
on Sunday. March 31 at 11:30
a.m. at Seacoast Towers East
Palace Playhouse.
Being recognized for their
staunch support of Israel will be
Benjamin Schiff.Charles and
Belle Reskin. Benjamin and
Minna Rosen, Sidney and Sylvia
Goldman, Max and I.ilia Levine,
Bernard and Grace Hefler,
Sidney and Lee Goodman.and
Morris and Jean Schwartz.
The honorees represent the six
high rise buildings where they
reside: Crystal House; Oceanside
Plaza; Royal Embassy; Seacoast
Towers East, V and South; 5600
Building and Seasons North, as
well as the Sabbath Study Group
and the Gold Coast Synagogue.
Guest speaker at the brunch
will be Jerry Gleekel and general
chairman is Yale Weinstein, with
Benjamin Botwinick serving as
honorary chairman.
JCC Camp Auction
The Linda Shapiro Richard
Camp Scholarship Fund will
receive all the proceeds from the
12th annual auction to be held by
the Y Women of South Dade
Jewish Community Center on
Saturday, March 30, at 7:30p.m.
at the South Dade JCC- The
proceeds from the auction make
possible a number of camp
scholarships for children.
The scholarship fund is named
for former creative arts camp
director Linda Shapiro Richard
who died of cancer in 1977 at 23.
The Shapiro family parents
I-ee and Laurel and sister Lisa
work in every facet of the event
each year.
Assisting the Shapiros on the
auction committee are Naomi
Olster. president of the South
Dade JCC; David Blumenthal;
Mary Ellen Peyton; and Ed
Rosen, director of the center.
Seminars At JFCS
Jewish Family and Children's
Service is sponsoring a series of
professional seminars beginning
with "Treating and Managing
Eating Disorders" on March 29.
Faculty are Kathy Ager Einstein,
MSW. coordinator for the JFCS
Eating Disorder unit, and David
B. Saltman, executive director of
JFCS. This seminar will deal
with anorexia, bulimia and
bulimorexia. The seminar will be
held at the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation from 8:30 a.m.-4 p.m.
Community Corner
"Dynasty" character look-alikes will be at the Miami Airport
Hilton on Saturday. April 13, when the Latin Auxiliary of the
Miami Jewish Home and Hospital for the Aged presents a
"Dynasty Gala." Raquel Wax is auxiliary president and Debra
Hurl man is in charge of reservations.
The North Shore Optimists Club is giving Mount Sinai
Medical Center and three other local hospitals a telecaptioned
adaptor which, when hooked onto a television set, prints out the
words that are spoken. The device works with shows labelled
"closed-captioned for the hearing impaired."
Israel's 37th anniversary will be anticipated Sunday at 1 p.m.
during the luncheon meeting of Chai Chapter, Pioneer Women-
Na'amat at the Tides Hotel. The program will feature musical
entertainment in Yiddish, Hebrew and English.
"A Potpourri of Musical Favorites" featuring Linda Rich-
man, is planned by the Rolling Green Chapter of American Red
Magen David for Israel for March 28 at 7:30 p.m. in Building G.
Guest speaker is Southeast District Director Robert L. Sch-
wartz.
The South Florida Women's Committee of the Shaare Zedek
Medical Center in Jerusalem will meet Wednesday at noon for
lunch at the Tower 41 Restaurant. Lillian Strudler will be guest
speaker.
Men's Club of Beth Torah Congregation is honoring Arthur
Kepes on Friday at 5:30 p.m.
Rabbi Paul Caplan. assistant rabbi at Temple Beth Sholom,
will speak on "B'Chol Dor Ve Dor In Every Generation," at
the temple on Sunday at 10:30 a.m.
BEth Torah Singles (ages 25-45) presents "How To Catch The
Mate You Want" by author Margaret Kent, author of the book
with that title, on Wednesday at Beth Torah Congregation at 8
p.m.
Ko'ach Chapter of Miami Beach Hadassah holds the annual
fundraising white elephant sale on Sunday in Muss Park 10 a.m.
to 3 p.m.
Deborah will be described by Annette Labovitz in the series
"Spiritual Giants of the Past" on Wednesday at 10:30 a.m. at
the Miami Beach Public Library.
Chess players are invited to Miami Beach Chess Club every
day from 11:30 a.m. Harry Itzkan is club supervisor and Chris
Dalton is president.
Biscayne Chapter Women's American ORT will hold a
meeting on Thursday, April 4, at 11:30 a.m., in the auditorium
of Morton Towers.
Temple Tifereth Jacob has scheduled a Purim Costume Ball
for Saturday at 7:30 p.m. Music and entertainment by Larry
David.
On March 26 Dr. Patricia Lutwack will discuss "The
Holocaust: An Historic Overview." at Forte Forum at 1 p.m. in
1200 West Avenue Auditorium.
Hannah Senesch Chapter of Hadassah will host the Annual
Youth Aliyah Luncheon at noon on Wednesday at The Doral
Hotel.
The Isaac Bashevis Singer Yiddish Cultural Club meets
Tuesday at 1:30 p.m. at Champlain Towers North Bldg. Morris
Becker will be guest speaker.
Bet Breira Players of Congregation Bet Breira will present
Cole Porter's musical comedy. "Anything Goes" for six per-
formances beginning Thursday at 8"p.m. Other performances
will be March 23. 24. 28, 29, and 30.
The Men's Club of the Miami Jewish Home and Hospital for
the Aged sponsors the annual cruise on Sunday March 31.
aboard MY Freedom at 1 p.m. from Haulover Park Marina.
Dr. E. Stephen Halpert will lead a series of "Seminars on
Separation" for men beginning Wednesday, April 3, at 7 p.m. at
Sunset Station Plaza, South Miami. Each session includes a
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the region's 30th anniversary with a
Sweetheart Luncheon at the Marriott Hotel.
Luncheon arrangements were made by Dale
Flam, Jean Rose, Pauline Sher, and Gladys
Benes. Harpist Trudy Faust played during
lunch. Shown at the head table are (seated,
left to right) Joan Baron, Bert Zalles, Elaine
Stark, and Ann Speroni. Standing (left to
right) are Lil Rosenblatt; Hilda Katz,
chairman of the executive committee; Dale
Flam, luncheon chairman; Sonnie Waters,
region president; Jean Rose, luncheon
chairman; and Estelle Cooper.
March of Dimers Will Walk, And Walk, And Walk...
Alan Rosenthal
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Some 10,000 walkers are ex-
acted to participate in the 1985
larch of Dimes WalkAmerica,
scheduled for an 8:30 a.m. kickoff
on Saturday at Coconut Grove
Kxhibition Center. Alan
Rosenthal is chairman of the
event.
The announcement by
honorary chairman Don Shula of
a shorter (20 kilometer) and more
scenic route and corporate
recognition of Team Walk par-
ticipation have fostered a sub-
:antial increase in the number of
corporate teams.
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St. Paul Chamber Orchestra,
led by music director and
violinist Pinchas Zukerman,
will offer a program of Mozart
and Haydn March 25, at Dade
County Auditorium, at 8:15
pm., according to Judy
Drucker, president of the JND
Concert Foundation. The St.
Paul group is the nation's only
full-time chamber orchestra.
Funds are raised by individual
participants who secure sponsoes
to pledge a sum for each
kilometer completed.
Doing practice walks are Frank
Horman, Bobby L. Jones, Nelson
Perry, Herschel Rosenthal,
N,'i ni onio Suarez-Obregon, Jay
Litt, Mark Smythang, David
Ross, Fred de La Mata. Matt
Rose and Joe Scorse.
Friday, March 22, 1985 / The Jewish Floridian Page 9-B
Goldaber Chosen 'Social
Worker Of The Year'
Marilyn Goldaber. director of
social service at the Miami
Jewish Home and Hospital for
the Aged, has been chosen
"Social Worker of the Year" by
the Dade County Chapter of the
National Association of Social
Workers.
The N ASW is the organization
responsible for establishing
standards that define and
describe the professional practice
of social work.
"I am overjoyed and deeply
touched." said Mrs. Goldaber,
"to be honored by a group I
respect so highly. Aside from the
personal tribute to me, I think
the honor reflects on the Home a
great deal. Our social services are
excellent here due to dedication
on the part of the staff and the
high priority that the ad-
ministration places on the needs
of the individual."
A resident of South Miami,
Mrs. Goldaber has been with the
Home since 1977. She holds a
master of science degree in
counseling from the City
University of New York and a
master of social work degree and
a post-master's certificate in
gerontologkal practice from
Adelphi University.
Marilyn Goldaber
Gallery Shows
April 3-27, in the front gallery
at Gloria Luria Gallery, Olga de
Amaral is exhibiting a new group
of tapestries. The Rear Gallery
will feature the paintings and
works on paper of Valentine
Dubasky, a New York artist.
A public reception to meet the
artists will be held 7-9 p.m.,
Wednesday, April 3.
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Page 10-B The Jewish Floridian / Friday, March 22. 1985
North Bay Village Mayor Paul Vogel
(center) presents a proclamation saluting the
State of Israel to members of the Temple
Beth El congregation (left to right) Philip
Schonberger, Leo Zivin, Irving Bunis, and
Irving Ceranka. Zivin and Bunis will be
honored on Sunday at a Salute to Israel
Dinner by the Greater Israel Bond
Organization. Shonberger is chair and
Ceranka is co-chair of the dinner.
Guide To Nursing Homes
From Aviva Manor
Choosing a nursing home is one of the toughest ana dmjm
important decisions a family can make. Knowing the right
questions is important to making the best choice as you evaluate
your needs and those of your parents.
With this in mind, Aviva Manor Nursing and Rehabilitation
Center has published a public service guide entitled "How To
Choose A Nursing Home." It is available free by writing Aviva
Manor at 3370 N.W. 47th Terrace, Lauderdale Lakes, Florida
33319; or you can get your copy by phoning 733-0655 in
Broward, 945-5537 in Dade.
The guide contains an easy-to-use check list designed to be
used while touring nursing homes. The eight-page booklet is
based on guidelines set by the American Health Care
Association. The guidelines also contain helpful information
about Medicare and Medicaid.
In addition there are facts should know about specialized
medical services, therapeutic activities and rehabilitative
programs that may or may not be provided by the nursing
home.
But, says Gary Lampert, administrator for Aviva Manor,
probably the most important thing to remember is to ask
questions. "Don't be afraid to ask questions. And, if you're
really not sure what questions you should be asking, then our
guide "How To Choose a Nursing Home' should help."
Aviva Manor is a 120-bed nursing facility offering com-
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Bond Dinner At Temple Beth El
The Greater Miami Israel
Bond Organization will honor
two North Bay Village residents,
Irving Bunis and Leo Zivin,
during a Salute to Israel Dinner
at Temple Beth El of North Bay
Village on Sunday, March 24, at
12:30 p.m. Bunis and Zivin are
being recognized for their
staunch support of Israel and
their dedication and devotion to
other philanthropic causes.
A member of the North Bay
Village Lion's Club and the
Knights of Pythias, Bunis has
also worked diligently to help the
blind. In addition to his par-
ticipation in the Israel Bond
campaign, Bunis is active with
the B'nai B'rith, Jewish War
Veterans of America, Jewish
Reconstruction Foundation,
Zionist Organization and Temple
Beth El where he is president of
the congregation.
An attorney, Zivin has been
very active with the Israel Bond
Organization, serving in many
capacities, including bond
chairman at Temple Beth El and
with the national office in New
York. He has also been active
with the United Jewish Appeal,
ORT. Histadrut and Temple
Beth El.
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will be Jerry Gleekel, and
chairman is Philip Schonberger,
with Irving Ceranka as co-
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Friday, March 22,1985 / The Jewish Floridian Page 1 IB

Hs of the Weekly Torah Portion
shall bring forfeit unto the Lord for his sin
sinned"
(Leviticus 5.6).
VAYIKRA
God called to Moses from the tent of meeting
the sacrificial laws. The burnt-offering was to
male animal without blemish; if it be a fowl, it
turtle-dove or a young pigeon. The purpose of
which was to be completely burned, was to
irient for evil thoughts. The meal-offering was to
[fine flour, raw, cooked, or stewed, generally
Ja freewill offering. The peace-offering, of cattle or
|r male or female, was another freewill offering, or
in the name of a family. The sin-offering was
make amends for sins committed by error.
jegories of individuals and groups were to sacrifice
ninals for sin-offerings. The anointed priest and the
n offered a young bullock, the prince a he-goat, a
Irson a she-goat. The person who touched an
feet, or failed to keep a vow, must bring a female
female goat for a sin-offering; and if he could not
r he must bring a burnt-offering, the second as a
A ram served as a guilt-offering in the case of a
a negative ("Thou shalt not") commandment, or
Lheft of articles set aside as holy.
Ming of the Weekly Portion of the Law is extracted and based
Iraphic History of the Jewish Heritage," edited by P. Woll
Jsi 5, published by Shengold The volume is available at 75
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MICHAEL WOLOFSKY
At Shabbat services on
Saturday, March 23, Michael
W'olofsky, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Kenneth W'olofsky, will be called
to the Torah as a Bar Mitzvah at
Temple Beth Sholom. Rabbis
Leon Kronish, Harry Jolt and
Paul Caplan will officiate.
Michael is a student of the
Confirmation Class of 5747.
GARETT BERMAN
Garett Michael Berman, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Myron B. Berman,
will be called to the Torah as Bar
Mitzvah on Saturday at 8:30
a.m. at Adath Yeshurun
Congregation.
The celebrant is a student in
the Hay Class at Adath
Yeshurun Religious School. He
attends Highland Oaks Jr. High
School where he is in the seventh
grade.
Among his interests are
basketball, baseball and soccer.
Mr. and Mrs. Berman will host
the kiddush following the ser-
vices in honor of the occasion.
Special guests will include:
Aunt Michelle, Uncle Louis and
cousins David, Jonathan and
Suzanne from New York: Nathan
Bell. New York: Aunt Marcia.
Uncle Steve and cousins Ryan
Neal and Sean, Los Angeles; Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph Skuro and Dr.
and Mrs. Steven Slotnick and
family, Los Angeles; cousins
Etty and Salo Zigler and Bobbi
and Charlotte Zigler, Toronto:
Art and Gail Goodsite, Chicago.
Garett is twinning with Igor
Michaelovice Modlin of
Leningrad. They have been
corresponding for a year.
Archeology At
No. Dade Midrasha
North Dade Midrasha of CAJK
has announced the next program
in its "Journey Through Culture
Series." The program will feature
Dr. Yigal Shiloh on Sunday at
Barry University at 8 p.m.
Dr. Shiloh has been the
Director of Excavations for the
City of Dig in Jerusalem. His
topic will be "Jerusalem In Its
Glory As Seen Through
Archeology." A senior lecturer at
the Hebrew University of
Jerusalem, Dr. Shiloh is the
visiting professor in archeology
of the ancient Near East in Israel
at Harvard and the University of
California at San Diego, and a
visiting scholar at Harvard.
Institutions participating in
the North Dade Midrasha Judaic
Culture are Temple Sinai of
North Dade, Temple Adath
Yeshurun, Aventura Jewish
Center, Beth Moshe
Congregation, Michael-Ann
Russell Jewish Community
Center, Barry University,
Temple Israel and CAJE.
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ADATH YESHURUN
1025 NE Miami Garden. Drive
North Miami Beech 947-1435
Rabbi Slmche Freedman
Cantor Ian Alpern Conservative
Thursday 7:30 a.m. bar Mitzvah
Jason Levlne
Friday 8:15p.m.
Saturday 8:30 a m Bar Mltnah:
Qaratl Barman (Igor Modlin. USSR. In absantlal
TEMPLE BETH AM Dr. Herbert
5950 N. Kendall Dr. Baumgard
S. Miami 667 6067 Senior Rabbi
Jama* I. Simon, Associate Rabbi
Friday 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Baumgard
aarmon topic: "Can Russian Jawry
Survive?"
Saturday 11 15 am Rabbi Baumgard
sermon topic: "Does Ood Still Speak?"
B'nal Mltnah: Jonathan Olaaaar and
Paul Barman
BETH DAVID CONGREGATION
Coral Way: MM S.W 3rd Avenue r'j\\
South Oada 7500 S W 120th Slraet > I
RABBI DAVID H.AUERBACH *
CANTOR WILLIAM W. LIPSON
Friday 8 p.m. South Oada Chapal:
Man'a Club Shabbat
Saturday 9 am. Coral Way Sanctuary
Bar Mitzvah: Adam Todd Gross
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TEMPLE EMANU EL
1701 Washington Avenue ff
Miami Beach
Dr. Irving Lehrman, Rabbi .
Auxiliary Rabbi Maxwell Berger
Yehuda Shllman. Cantor
Friday 5 p.m. Kabbalat Shabbat aarvlca
8pm Rabbi Berger will preach.
Cantor Saul Meleele will chant
Saturday 9 a.m. Rabbi Lehrman
will preach.
Daily aervlcea. Blank Chapel,
8 a.m. and 6 p.m.
HEBREW ACADEMY
BETH-EL CONGREGATION
2400 Plnetree Drlva, Miami Beach
532-6421
Cantor, Rabbi Solomon Schiff
TEMPLE ISRAEL
Of Qraatar Miami
Miami's Pioneer Reform Congregation
137 N.E. 19th SI., Miami, 573-5900
9990 N. Kendall Dr.. 595-5055
Sanlor Rabbi Haskell M. Bernat
Assistant Rabbi Donald P. Cashman
Cantor Jacob G. Bornstein
Associate Cantor Rschelle F. Nelson
Exacutiva Director Philip S. Goldin
Friday 8 p.m Kendall and Downtown
temple beTH-eIoP W6rTH BAY
VILLAGE (Conservative)
7800 Hispanola Ave., conveniently
located just oil 79 St. Cswy. #^j>.
Rabbi Marvin Rose Sp!
Cantor Danny Tadmore
Friday 9 p.m.
Saturday 9 a.m.
BETH KODESH
Modarn Traditional
1101 S.W. 12 Ave 858-6334
Rabbi Max Shapiro
Joseph Krissel, Cantor
Roaa Berlin-Executive Secretary
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Dallysarvlc i 7:30 a.m. and 8 p.m. \j'
Saturday 8.<*5 a.m. and 5:30 p.m.
TEMPLEJUDEA
5500 Granada Blvd. Reform
Coral Gablaa 667-5657
Michael B. Eiaanatat. Rabbi
Friday 8:15p.m.
TEMPLE KING SOLOMON
910 Lincoln Rd. Tel. 534-9776
DR. DAVID RAAB. Rabbi
Shoshanah Raab. Cantor
Friday services 7:30 pm
Saturday. 9:30 am
TEMPLE MENORAH
620 75th St.. Miami Beach 33141
Rabbi Mayar Abramowitz ,^--,
Cantor Murray Yavneh [ $p)
Morning servlcea 8 a.m.
Friday late evening service
8:15 p.m.
Saturday 9 a.m. and 7:45 p.m.
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'TEMPLE BETH MOSHE
2225 NE 121 SI. N. Miami. FL 33181
891-5508 Conservative
Dr. Israel Jacobs. Rabbi
Moshe Friedler. Cantor f
Dr. Joseph A. Gorlinkel. I
Rabbi Emeritus
Irving Jaret. Executive Director
No late Friday service
Saturday 8:45 a.m Rabbi Jacobs sermon
topic: "Don't Thank Your Lucky Stars
Bat Mltnah: Carolyn Friedman
Mon.-Fri. 8 a.m. and 5 p.m.
Saturday 9 a.m. and 8 p.m
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TEMPLE BETH RAPHAEL
1545 Jefferson Ave M.B., FL 33139
Tel. 538-4112
Rabbi Dr. Jehuda Melber
Cantor Nisalm Banyamlnl
TEMPLE NERTAMID 866 8345"
7902 Carlyle Ave., Miami Beach 33141
Rabbi Eugene Labovitz conservative
Cantor Edward Klein ./""*
Friday 8 p.m. Men's Club Sabbath (
Saturday 8 45 a.m Man's Club '\
Sabbath Club president Davla S.
Meyer pulpit guest
Dally aervlce 8 a.m. and 5:30 p.m.
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TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM
Chase Ave 41st St. 538 7231
DR. LEON KRONISH. RABBI Liberal
HAftRY JOLT. AUXILIARY RABBI
PAUL D CAPLAN. ASSISTANT RABBI
CANTOR DAVID CONVISER
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Saturday 10:45 a.m. Bar Mltnah:
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CONGREGATION 947 7528
10S1 N. Miami Beach Blvd.
Dr Max A LipschlU, Rabbi
Randall Konlgsburg, Asal. Rabbi
Zvee Aronl, Cantor
Harvey L. Brown, Exec. Director
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Friday Men's Club Shabbat Dinner
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Yaakov Sprung, Rabbi
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Sal. 9:30 am. Set. altemoon 20 mm batons
Sundown. Morning Mlnyan Mon Thurs8 45am
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TEMPLE SINAI 18801 NE 22 Ava.
North Dede'e Retorm Congregation .
Ralph P. Klngsley, Rabbi 932 9010
Julian I. Cook, Associate Rabbi .'.
(Virlng Shulkea, Cantor f
Barbara S. Ramaay, Administrator
Sunday 7:10 p.m. Tenth Annual Spring Music
Festival In Temple Sanctuary,
Canto. Irving Shulkea directing
Cantor Mean* Friedler. guest
"Slnal Trto": Rabble Cook. Klngsley.
Cantor Shulkes
BETH YOSEPH
CHAIM CONGREGATION
Orthodox
843 Meridian Ava.
Dow Rozencwalg, Rabbi
CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION.
Temple Bath Shmuel
1700 Michigan Ava., Miami Beech
534>213- 534 7214
irry J. Konovltch. Rabbi
...oene Buryn, Cantor
Aron Kelton, President
Shabbst Services 8:30 a.m. Sermon 10:30
Dally Mlnyan
TEMPLE ZION ISRAELITE CENTER
a-a-ees, ow*
Dr. Norman N. Shapiro, Rabbi
Banjamln Adtar. Cantor _^
David Rosen thai. *3jjM
Auxiliary Cantor v9a
Friday 8:15p.m. Men's Club Sabbath
Saturday t a.m. Sabbath services.
Tattler Chapal
Sunday 9 a.m.
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of aaid court at Miami, riortdm on|
tma 7th day of ICarch. IBM
RICHARD P BRINKER
Aa Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County rice-Ida
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PMTTITM3US NAME LAW
NOTICE IS KTF.E3Y CIVDl
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NOTICE UNOCB
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE B HEREBT GTVEN
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IN RE ESTATE OF
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NOTICE OF ADMINISTSATIOII [
Tn* adcUEiatratxT. ^ -..V eMI
of LAVERNE SPOFFOWld
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ELEVENTH CIRCUIT COUCT
DADE COUNTY. FLOCIDA
FC CASE NO IS-MBS
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CARMEN PEARL GRANT
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WHEATLET ELSWORTH
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Ma rn a(t upon GEORGE
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12th Avamat. Mkum. FtoraM.
a IM aad fUe orlgtaMLl wtth Court
Clerk on or batora April a
otherwiae a default will be
March 4. 2MB.
RICHARD BRINKER
By LAVERNMeCfUAT
Marcfc II. B. M. ISM
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tnteoda to reapater aaid aamt wtth
She Clerk of the Ctrcur. Court of
Lde County FtorkM.
JOHNREXaiLXNG
142TS S W 2S2ad Street
Goulde. Florida MlTO
d b i FLOWERLANiy
PkaatNuraeery
DEaNF DlBARTOLOMEO E9Q
Attorney tor Apptieant
BMB Bird Road. MtomlFLMUS
March IB 2T M
tbe pereoaml ^epreaenlll',
attorney an aet lorth beiow
AH lBUreated ptrionf "
requu-ed to Ola wtth tha court
WTTHIN THREE MONTHS
THE FIRST PVHLICATIW Of
THB NOTICE [11 aU cbW
fakul the eatate and i>> M
objacttoa by an to.reated paM
to whom notice waa mailed
ehaJjaagaa Ma vattdtty of ttJ"
the quailflcarjona of the f*"**
repreaentaUTe. ranua *
jartooVettoo of the court
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAA*E LAW
NOTICE a HEREBT OrVEN
at the uaderMgned. itoainua to
ace to wiabnaa under the
fietlOoua UDl INFINITE
posamiLrnEs ltd. at isoi
BrtebeU An, No. B-2110 Mkunl.
to raatotar
with Ma Clark of tbe
Court of DM CMMJr.
CtoraM Dtoa-Roea
MATCblB.
UPC LVN1 a. .
-j ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECT10S
inlMOT SO FILED WUX
FORENER BARRED
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bacun on March is. 1MB
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Mkunl Florida l*
Attoraey for Paraoaal
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[Public Notice
Tnday^Tar?R^9R5 The Jewish Floridian Page 13-B
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN
ANO FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No. 85-07782
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
V RE: The Marriage of
Fesikkk KOBERTS.
] petitioner-Wife.
md
EMI'ROBERTS.
Respondent-Husband.
KEMP ROBERTS
30 Broad Street
Charlestown
Georgetown, Guyana
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
hut an action for Dissolution of
.Marriage has been filed against
|ou and you are required to serve a
opy of your written defenses, If
0y, to it on GEORGE T.
lAMANI. attorney for Petitioner.
Chose address Is 711 Biscayne
Bldg. IV West Flagler Street.
|(uml Florida 33130. and file the
rlglnal with the clerk of the above
ttyled court on or before March 39,
8, otherwise a default will be
tiered against you for the relief
emanded In the complaint or
ictltlon
[ This notice shall be published
ice each week for four con-
lenitive weeks In THE JEWISH
3RIDIAN.
J WITNESS my hand and the seal
|( said court at Miami, Florida on
Us 28th day of February, 1980.
RICHARD P IIHINKKH
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By LAVERN McQUAY
As Deputy Clerk
Jlrcult Court Seal)
lEORGE T RAMANI
fl Blscayne Bldg.
(West Flagler Street
ll&ml. Florida 33130
telephone: I30BI 374-4340
Ittomey for Petitioner
elephone:
87 March 1. H. 16,22, 1986
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
at the undersigned, desiring to
ngage In business under the
(lcUtlous name Juan Lorenzo D-B
L.J. Produce at 218 W. 80 St.
sleah Florida 33012 Intends to
eglster said name with the Clerk
pf the Circuit Court of Dade
unty, Florida.
Juan Lorenzo
3 March 8, IB. 22, 29,1986
INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT, IN ANDFOR
DADE COUNTY,FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
NOTICE OF ACTION
CASE NO. 85-0*033-03
(LAGLER FEDERAL SAVINGS
IND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF
PIAM1 a United States Cor-
bratloi.
[Plalntld
iNNE IJ CAR AN 1 and
0MENICK A, CAR AN I. her
bsband. If he Is alive, and If he la
pad. all of the unknown heirs,
pvlsees. grantees, assignees.
pnholders, creditors, trustees or
erwise. claiming by. through,
fioer or against DOMENICK A.
ARAM and all other parties
hvlng or claiming to have any
|e*ht. title or Interest In and to the
operty under foreclosure herein;
|MBASSADOR INSURANCE
0MPANY; UNITED STATES
IF AMERICA; STATE OF
F-ORIDA; and UNKNOWN
EN ANT,
| Defendants.
DOMENICK A. CARANI,
pildence unknown, If alive, and if
d, to all of the unknown helra,
pvlsees. grantees, assignees,
holders, creditors, trustees or
herwlse. claiming by, through,
nder or against the said
0MENICK A. CARANI, and all
Itier parties having or claiming to
pve any right, tlUe or interest in
d to the property under
Ireclosure herein.
|T0U ARE NOTIFIED, that an
i to foreclose a mortgage on
i following described property In
ADE County, Florida: The east
| > feet of Lot 48, and all of Lot 60,
Block 3. of NORTH SHORE
EST. according to the Plat
fof, as recorded in Plat Book
at Page 42. of the Public
Jcords of Dade County, Florida,
1 bfen filed against you and you
' required to serve a copy of
pur written defenses, if any. to it
\ Keith, Mack, Lewis and Alllsoa
nUff's attorneys, whose ad-
JJJ 1 111 N.E. 1st Street, Miami,
rlda 33132, on or before April 12,
and file the original with the
P* of this Court either before
Fvlce on Plaintiffs attorneys or
^mediately thereafter; other-
"**' a default will be entered
linst you tor the relief
nded In the complaint.
^WITNESS my hand and the seal
"Us Court on the Bth day of
vch, 1988.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
Clerk of the Court
By: C.P. COPELAND
Deputy Cierk
MarchS, 18, 22.29. IBM
. U I *
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. 85 07 550
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF
CARLOS EDUARDO
ZAVALETA,
Petitioner-Husband,
and
THERESA MARIE WAAS
ZAVALETA,
Respondent-Wife.
TO: THERESA MARIE
WAAS ZAVALETA
Residence Unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY
NOTIFIED that an action for
Dissolution of Marriage has been
filed against you and you are re-
quired to serve a copy of your
written defenses. If any, to It on
ARNIE S. MUSKAT. ESQUIRE,
attorney for Petitioner, whose
address is 999 Washington
Avenue, Miami Beach, Florida
381S9. and file the original with the
clerk of the above styled court on
or before March 29th, 1988; other-
wise a default will be entered
against you for the relief
demanded In the complaint or
petition.
This notice shall be published
once each week for four consec-
utive weeks In THE JEWISH
FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of said court at Miami, Florida on
this 22 day of February, 1985
RICHARD P. BRINKER
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By Clarlnda Brown
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
ARNIE S. MUSKAT. Esquire
999 Washington Avenue
Miami Beach, Florida 33139
Telephone: 306-672-3100
Attorney for Petitioner
18682_______March 1,8, 16,22, 1986
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORI DA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 15-1371
Division 02
IN RE: ESTATE OF
JENNIE GOLDSTEIN,
Deceased
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
The administration of the estate
Of JENNIE GOLDSTEIN,
deceased, File Number 86-1371
(02), Is pending In the Circuit Court
for Dade County, Florida, Probate
Division, the address of which la
Probate Division. Room 307, 73 W
Flagler Street, Miami, Florida
83101. The names and addresses of
the personal representatives and
the personal representatives'
attorney are set forth below.
All Interested persons are
required to file with this court.
WITHIN THREE MONTHS OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE: (1) all claims
against the estate and (21 any
objection by an interested person
on whom this notice was served
that challenges the validity of the
will, the qualifications of the
personal representatives, venue.
or Jurisdiction of the court.
ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS
NOT SO FILED WILL BE
FOREVER BARRED.
Publication of this NoUce has
begun on March 16,1986.
Personal RepreeentaUves:
BENNETT GOLDSTEIN
8009 Cheltenham Avenue
Laverock. Pennsylvania 19118
and
GABRIEL GOLDSTEIN
3836 Wheat sheaf Road
Huntingdon Valley,
Pennsylvania 19006
Attorney for Personal
Representatives:
ABRAHAM M. MORA
1866 Palm Beach Lakes Blvd.
No. 704
West Palm Beach. FL 33401
Telephone: (306)688-8100
18716 March 16, 22,1986
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 85 2113
Division 04
IN RE: ESTATE OF
IGNACY HEJNO
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 NOTIFIED
that the administration of the
estate of IGNACY HEJNO,
deceased, File Number 85-2113, la
pending In the Circuit Court for
Dade County, Florida, Probate
Division, the address of which is 78
West Flagler Street, Miami, Dade
County, Florida. The personal
representative of the estate Is John
Hejno, whose address Is No. 7
Short Rd.. Greensvllle, Ontario
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 PUBLICATION OF
THI8 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
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FO'
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 65-2278
Division 02
IN RE: ESTATE OF
FANNIE MARMORSTEIN
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 NOTIFIED
that the administration of the
estate of FANNIE MAR-
MORSTEIN. deceased. File
Number 86-2278. Is pending In the
Circuit Court for Dade County.
Florida, Probate Division, the
address of which is 73 West Flagler
Street. Miami. Florida 33131. The
personal representative of the
estate is HARRY MAR
MORSTEIN. The name and ad-
dress of the personal represen-
tative'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 PUBLICATION 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
oasis 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.
Ithe date when It will become due
shall be stated. If the claim U'ghall be stated. If the claim U
contingent or unliquidated, the Lcontlngent or unliquidated, the
INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action NO. 15-08940
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN RE: The Marriage of
HORACE J. WALTERS, husband
and
MILDRED J. WALTERS, wife.
TO: Mildred J. Walters
Residence unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a petition for DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE has been filed and
commenced In this court and you
are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any, to it
on ARTHUR H. LIPSON, attorney
for Petitioner, whose address Is 801
NE 167 Street, Suite 812. Miami.
Florida 83162, and file the original
with the clerk of the above styled
court on or before April 12, 1986;
otherwise a default will be entered
against you for the relief prayed
for in the complaint or petition.
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of said court at Miami. Florida on
this 6th day of March, 1988.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By C.P. COPELAND
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
i*704 March 8. 16. 22, 29, 1866
''->
nature of the uncertainty shall be
stated. If the claim is secured, the
security shall be described. The
claimant shall deliver sufficient
copies of the claim to the clerk to
enable the clerk to mall one copy to
each personal representative
All persons Interested in the
estate to whom a copy of this
Notice of Administration has been
mailed are required, WITHIN
THREE MONTHS FROM THE
DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE, to file any objections
they may have that challenge(s)
the validity of the decedent's will,
the qualification of the personal
representative, or the venue or
Jurisdiction of the court.
ALL CLAIMS, DEMANDS. AND
OBJECTIONS NOT SO FILED
WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
Date of the first publication of
this Notice of AdminlstraUon:
March 16.1986.
John Hejno
As Personal Representative
of the Estate of
IGNACY HEJNO
Deceased
ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL
REPRESENTATIVE:
Richard I Kroop
Kwltney. Kroop & Schelnberg.
PA.
420 Lincoln Road. Suite 512
Miami Beach. Florida, 33139
Telephone: I305i 538-7576
18705 March 15, 22. 1985
ELEVENTH CIRCUIT COURT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
FC CASE NO. 15-08827
IN RE: The Marriage of
ELIA PIERRE.
Petltloner-Wife.
vs.
JOSEPH PIERRE,
Respondent-Husband.
TO JOSEPH PIERRE
815 Rue Hospital
Leogane, Haiti
shall serve copy of your Answer to
the Petition for Dissolution of
Marriage upon GEORGE
NICHOLAS, Attorney, 612 N.W.
12th Avenue. Miami. Florida,
33136, and file original with Court
Clerk on or before April 6, 1986,
otherwise a default will be entered.
March 4,1985.
RICHARD BRINKER
By: LAVERN McQUAY
18899 March 8, 15. 22,29, 1985
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN ANDFOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
FAMILY DIVISION
CASE NO. 84-21S96
FLORIDA BAR NO. 025024
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
IN RE: The Marriage of
MARC ANTOINE BLAISE.
Husband- Petitioner
and
MARSHA BLAISE.
Wife-Respondent
TO: MARSHA BLAISE
Residence Unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
to file your Answer or other
pleading to the Petition for
Dissolution of Marriage with the
Court's Clerk, and mail a copy of
same to PeUtloner's Attorney,
THEODORE FISHER, ESQ., 5060
Blscayne Blvd., No. 101 Conger
Life Ins Bldg.. Miami. Florida
33137, on or before the 5th or April
1986; else Petition will be taken as
confessed.
DATED this 27th day of
February, 1986.
RICHARD P. BRINKER, Clerk
Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida
By L.E.R. SINCLAIR
Deputy Clerk
LAW OFFICES OF THEODORE
FISHER
Attorney for Husband 1 'etltloner
6050 Blscayne Blvd.. No. 101
Conger Life Ins. Bldg..
Miami. Florida 33137
Telephone: (306) 758-9523
18691 MarchS. 16. 22,19, 1985
nature of the uncertainty shall be
stated. If the claim la secured, the
security shall be described. The
claimant shall deliver sufficient
copies of the claim to the clerk to
enable the clerk to mall one copy to
each personal representative.
All persons Interested in the
estate to whom a copy of this'
Notice of AdminlstraUon has been [
mailed are required, WITHIN j
THREE MONTHS FROM THE I
DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE, to file any objections
they may have that challenge the
validity of the decedent's will, the
qualifications of the personal
representative, or the venue or
Jurisdiction of the court.
ALL CLAIMS, DEMANDS. AND
OBJECTIONS NOT SO FILED
WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
Date of the first publication of
this Notice of Administration:
March 15, 1986.
HARRY MARMORSTEIN
As Personal Representative
of the Estate of
FANNIE MARMORSTEIN
Deceased
ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL
REPRESENTATIVE:
Richard 1. Kroop Esq.
Kwltney Kroop 4 Schelnberg PA.
420 Lincoln Road No. 612
Miami Beach, Florida 33139
Telephone: (305| 538-7575
017805 March 15, 22.1985
ELEVENTH CIRCUIT COURT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
FCCASE NO. 65-08824
IN RE: The Marriage of:
DEVILLONST. REMY.
Petitioner,
and
ISABELLE T. ST. REMY,
Respondent.
TO: ISABELLE T. ST. REMY,
Residence unknown, you shall
serve copy of your Answer to the
Petition for Dissolution of
Marriage upon GEORGE
NICHOLAS. Attorney, 612 Nor
thwest 12th Ave Miami. Florida,
33136. and file original with Court
Clerk on or before April 6, 1986,
otherwise a default will be entered.
March 4,1985.
RICHARD BRINKER
BY: LAVERN McQUAY
18898 MarchS, 15, 22, 29,1981
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, desiring to
engage In business under the
fictitious name of MR. JOHN at
number 7561 Dadeland Mall, in the
City of Miami. Florida. Intends to
register the said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this
27th day of February, 1986.
JOLAR SALONS. INC.
By: JOHN L. K AKIN S.
President
H. ALLAN SHORE. Esquire
Attorney for Applicant
FROMBERG, FROMBERG,
GROSS SHORE. PA.
420 South Dixie Highway.
SrdFL
Coral Gables, FL 33146
18692 March8.16, 22. 29,1988
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, desiring to
engage in business under the
flcUUous name LOVERS Intends to
register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
Enrique E. Lares
18684 March 1.8, 15,22, 1985
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No. 85-1007 5
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN RE: The Petition of:
AdopUon of two minors
TO: Tyrone Wlndom
P.O. Box 1887
Dublin, Georgia
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a petiUon for ADOPTION of
two minors 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, ARTHUR H. LIPSON, Esq.,
attorney for PeUtloner, whose
address Is 801 N.E. 167th Street,
Suite 312, North Miami Beach,
Florida 33162, and file the original
with the clerk of the above styled
court on or before April 12-.
1986; otherwise a default will be
entered against you for the relief
prayed for in the complaint or
petition.
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of said court at Miami, Florida on
this 12th day of March, 1986.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By CLARINDA BROWN
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
017806 March 16.22, 29;
April 5.1966
.-.;.... l '
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLOR IDA
FAMILY DIVISION
CASE NO. 5-10476
NOTICE OF ACTION
Florida Bar No. 162014
In Re: The Marriage of
ABDUL J ALEE L. W AHA H.
Petitioner-Husband,
and
SILVIA DELCARMEN
OPEZ HUERTA WAHAB,
Respondent-Wife.
TO: SILVIA DELCARMEN
LOPEZ HUERTA WAHAB
Avenida del Sur 2434
Sector Juarez
Guadalajara, Jalisco,
Mexico
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of
Marriage has been filed against
you and you are required to serve a
copy of your written defenses. If
any. to it to Bruce Lamchlck,
LAMCHICK. GLUCKSMAN at
JOHNSTON. PA., Attorney for
PeUtloner. 10725 SW 104 Street,
Miami. FL 33178 on or before April
28th, 1985 and file the original with
the Clerk of this Court either
before service on PeUUoner's
Attorney or Immediately
thereafter, otherwise a default will
be entered against you for the
relief demanded in the Complaint.
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of said court at Miami, Florida on
the 15 day of March. 1986.
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk of the Court
By,I. Byron
Deputy Clerk
18901 March 22. 29;
___________________ AprllS. 12. 1985
NOTlCfcOF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No. 65-077*6
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: The Marriage of
JULIE PANAGUITON.
PetlUoner-Husband.
and
MARIA LUIS PANAGUITON.
Respondent-Wife.
TO: MARIA LUISA
PANAGUITON *
No H2 B I rig a SI
Sta. Messa Heights
Quezon City
Metro Manila Philippines
YOU ARE HEREBY
NOTIFIED that an acUon 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
GEORGE T RAMANI. attorney
for PeUUoner. whose address is
711 Blscayne Bldg.. 19 West
Flagler Street. Miami. Florida
33130, and file the original with the
clerk of the above styled court on
or before March 29th, 1986; other-
wise a default will be entered
against you for the relief
demanded In the complaint or
petition.
This noUce shall be published
once each week for four consec-
utive weeks In THE JEWISH
FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of said court at Miami, Florida on
this 25 day of February, 1986.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By Clarlnda Brown
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal I
GEORGE T. RAMANI
711 Blscayne Bldg.
19 West Flagler Street
Miami, Florida 38180
Telephone: (306)374-4340
18686 March 1, 8,16, 22.1986
Attorney for Petitioner
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No. 65-07791
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: The Marriage Of
LETORAROI.l.K.
Petitioner-Wife,
and
GOODWIN H. ROLLE
Respondent-Husband.
TO: GOODWIN H. P.OLLE
Bass Lane. Apt. 2
Freeport Grand Bahamas
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of
Marriage has been filed against
you and you are required to serve a
copy of your written defenses. If
any. to it on GEORGE T.
RAMANI. attorney for PeUUoner.
whose address is 711 Blscayne
Bldg. 19 West Flagler Street
Miami. Florida 33130, and file the
original with the clerk of the above
styled court on or before March 29,
1985; otherwise a default will be
entered against you for the reUef
demanded In the complaint or
petlUon.
This noUce shall be published
once each week for four consec-
utive weeks in THE JEWISH
FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of said court at Miami, Florida on
this 25 day of February, 1985.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
AsClerk.ClrcuitCourt
Dade County. Florida
By CLARINDA BROWN
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
GEORGE T. RAMANI
711 Blscayne Bldg.
19 West Flagler Street
Miami, Florida 33130
Tel.: (305)374-4340
Attorney for PeUUoner
iW5________v ir- i,:, 13.22. ;."*
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
ClRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No. 85-99342
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN RE: The marriage of:
LUIS LUNA, Husband
and
GLORIA LUNA, Wife
TO: GLORIA LUNA
Huascar- 1371 No 303
Jesus-Maria. Lima 11
Lima, Peru
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a peUUon for DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE has been filed and
commenced In this court and you
are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, If any, to It
on ARTHUR H. LIPSON. Esq.
attorney for PeUtloner, whose
address Is 801 N.E. 167th Street.
Suit 312 North Miami Beach,
Florida 33162 and file the original
with the clerk of the above styled
court on or before April 19, 1985;
otherwise a default will be entered
against you for the relief prayed
for in the compiainlorpeUUon.
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of said court at Miami, Florida on
tin.-13 day of March. 1985.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
ByB.J.Foy
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
18738 March 15. 22. 29:
April 5, 1986
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. 85-10729
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF
JOSE O. GUTIERREZ.
Petitioner
and
ALICIA SUAREZ,
Respondent
TO: Mrs. AliciaSuarez
Calle Primera No. 10
Entre Quinta y Sexta
Habana. Cuba
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an acUon for DlssoluUon of
Marriage has been filed against
you and you are required to serve a
copy of your written defenses, If
any, to it on VICTOR M. SUAREZ,
attorney for PeUUoner, whose
address is 1437 S.W. First Street,
Miami. Florida 33135. and file the
original with the clerk of the above
styled court on or before April
19th. 1986; otherwise a default will
be entered against you for the
relief demanded In the complaint
or petition.
This noUce shall be published
once each week for four con
secuUve weeks In THE JEWISH
FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of said court at Miami, Florida on
this 15th day of March. 1986.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By CLARINDA BROWN
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
VICTOR M. SUAREZ, ESQ.
1437 S.W. First Street
Miami. Florida 33138
Telephone: (306)649-6486
Attorney for Petitioner
18S01A March22. 29.
April 5. 12, 1986




Two five-gallon bottles filled uith letters
from Floridians to Soviet Jews were tossed
into the Atlantic from a pier at Haulover
Park during a recent press conference. One of
the tossers was Sen. Paula Hawkins, who
sought "to dramatUe the fact that the letters
in the bottles have almost as much chance of
reaching their destination as those sent
through the Soviet postal system," ac-
cording to Hinda Cantor, chair of South
Florida Conference on Soviet Jewry, an arm
of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation's
Community Relations Committee. Shown at
the oceanside are (left to right) Dr. Joel
Sandberg; Adele Sandberg, co-chair of the
press conference; Sen. Hawkins; Cantor;
Howard Cantor; Carolyn Stein, co-chair; and
William Saulson.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number sUBt
Division U
IN RE ESTATE OF
THERESA LAURIENTE.
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
TIM administration of the estate
of THERESA LAURIENTE,
deceased, rile Number 86-1839, la
pending In the Circuit Court for
bad* County, Florida, Probate
r vision, the address of which la 78
Weal Flagler Street. Miami.
Florida 88130 The names and
addraaaca of the peraonal
representative and the peraonal
representatives attorney are sat
forth below
All Interested persons are
required to file with this court.
WITHIN THREE MONTHS OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE: (1) all claims
Klnst the estate and (3) any
objection by an Interested person
on whom this notice waa served
that challenges the validity of the
will, the qualifications of the
personal representative, venue, or
Jurisdiction of the court.
ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS
NOT SO FILED WILL BE
FOREVER BARRED.
Publication of this NoUce haa
begun on March 32.1986.
Peraonal Representative:
HY MAN P CALBUT
Mt Washington Avenue
Miami Beach, Florida 83139
Attorney for Peraonal
Representative
MICHAEL J. ALMAN, E8Q
* Washington Avenue
Miami Beach. Florida 38199
Telephone: (SOB) 672 3100
18909 March 22. 1UKS
IN TMw CIRCUIT COURT FOR
DAOtt COUNTY. FLORIDA
fJO BATE DIVISION
1 file Number ishi
# Division 04
STATE OF
MAJOR DENMARK,
Deceased
IOF ADMINISTRATION
Blnlstratlon of the estate
' MAJOR DENMARK.
File Number 88-988, Is
i the Circuit Court for
nty, Florida, Probate
,J|M address of which la 73
gler Street. Miami.
130. The names and
of the peraonal
httve and the peraonal
Stive s attorney are sat
rested persons are
to file with this court.
TOREE MONTHS OF
IT PUBLICATION OF
ICE: (l) all claims
estate and (2) any
.' *n Interested person
|_ttus notice waa mailed
_ i the validity of the
^qualifications of the
ksresent.itlv.-. venue, or
I Of the court
I AND OBJECTIONS
FILED WILL BE
I BARRED.
of this Notice has
begun ertlUrch 22.1980.
PeTBssal Representative
Richard Major Denmark
10900 SW104 Street, No 103
Miami, Florida
Attorney for Peraonal
Representative:
LAMCHICK, OLUCKSMAN A
JOHNSTON. P.A.
BRUCE LAMCHICK. ESQ.
10728 SW 1M Street
Miami FLJ8178
TelephOMJSM) 893-6383
18910 JUt March 22, 20.1988
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. MUUl
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE THE MARRIAGE OF:
OINA ECKMAN.
Petitioner / Wife
and
CHARLES LENTZ ECKMAN.
Respondent / Husband.
TO: CharlesLentxEckman
Residence Unknown ____
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of
Marriage haa been filed against
you and you are required to serve a
copy of your written defenaes. If
any. to It on Antonio Torrent, Jr..
attorney for Petitioner, whose
address Is 701 SW. 27th Avenue,
Suite 828, Miami. Florida 33135.
and file the original with the clerk
of the above styled court on or
before April 19. 1988; otherwise a
default will be entered against you
for the relief demanded In the
complaint or petition.
This notice shall be published
once each week for four con-
secutive weeks In THE JEWISH
FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of said court at Miami, Florida on
this 13th day of March, 1988.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
ByB.J.FOY
Aa Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seall
Antonio Torrent, Jr., Esq.
Rossano, Torrent A
Leyte-Vldal, P.A.
701 S.W. 27th Avenue. No. 828
Miami, Florida 33136
Attorney for Petitioner
18741 March22. 29;
______________________April 8.12.198.1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVEN
that the undersigned, desiring to
engage In business under the
fictitious name Shopcen II
Investments at 1600 San Remo
Avenue, Suite 200. Coral Cables.
Florida Intends to register aald
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
Shopcen II Investments, Inc.
Renda Corporation N. V.
Megan Investments N.V.
TwllUngate Corporation N.V.
P N Investments, Inc.
11904 March 22. 29;
April 6 12. 101
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, desiring to
engage In business under the
fictitious name VC Investigations,
at 11840 8 W 114 LA. I'llt MIAMI,
FLORIDA 33176. Intends to
register aald name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
VltoJ.Carpltella
18743 March 23. 29;
April B. 12.1985
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, desiring to
engage In business under the
fictitious name Joale's Hair
Styling and Boutique at 8606 Mill
Drive, M-216. Miami. Florida
Intends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida.
Josefa Gonzalez
l**" March 22. 29;
April 6.12,1986
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, desiring to
engage In business under the
fictitious name STARLITE
APARTMENTS, at 12111219
Marseille Drive. In the City of
Miami Beach. Florida. Intends to
register the said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
Dated at Miami Beach. Florida,
this 13th day of March. 1985.
CLIFFORD SENS
100 Percent Interest
407 Lincoln Road.
Miami Beach. Florida 33139
EUGENE J WEISS
Attorney for Applicant
407 Lincoln Road. N.E. Penthouse
Miami Beach. Florida 33139
18742 March 22. 29;
April 5. 12.1986
INTHE CIRCUIT COURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No. s-ioeoe-ie
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN RE: The marriage of:
JOANNE DDCON, Wife
and
DAVID DDCON. Husband
TO: David Iiixon
(Residence unknown I
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a petition for DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE has been filed and
commenced in this court and you
are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, If any. to It
on ARTHUR H LIPSON, Esquire,
attorney for Petitioner, whose
address Is 801 N.E. 167th Street,
Suite 312, North Miami Beach.
Florida 33162. and file the original
with the clerk of the above styled
court on or before April 19, 1988;
otherwise a default will be entered
against you for the relief prayed
for In the complaint or petition.
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of said court at Miami, Florida on
thi.i 14th day of March, 1986.
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
ByC.P COPELAND
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal I
018702 March 22, 39;
^^^^ April 5.12. 1986
INTHE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
Case No. 8S-M4S
D.V. No. 12
FAMILY DIVISION
F I. BAR 341014
In re the marriage of
JUDITH I. NOBLECILLA
Petitioner
and
JOSE D. NOBLECILLA
Respondent
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: Jose D. NobleclUa,
1400 Av. 28 Julio No. 401
Mlraflorres,
Lima, Peru
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an
action for dissolution of marriage
has been filed against you and you
are required to aerve a copy of
your written defenses upon: I J
GRAFF, ESQ. attorney for
Petitioner, whose address Is 633
N.E. 187 St. N.M.B Florida 33162,
on or before April 26,1986, and file
the original with the clerk of this
court otherwise a default will be
entered against you.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
Clerk of the Court
By L. E. R. 8lnclalr
As Deputy Clerk
18908 March 22. 29;
April 6,12.1985
- eiw W- VH4>C1
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, desnrtac to
engage in bustness under Use
fictitious name of Jerry's Place at
number 19180 S W 99th Court, to
the City of Miami. Florida. Intends
to register the said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida
Dated at Miami. Florida, this
MO day of March. 1983
JERRY S FOREIGN
AUTO REPAIR. INC
GERALD A GERMAINE
- March 22 29
____________________Apr-.. 5 12. UBS
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
KREBY GIVEN
ierslgned desiring to
- ir, business under the
MR.MANCE
MANAGEMENT ASSOCIATES
NSL'LI ANT
N
.erk of the
Court of Dad
Flor.
Jud:th \ ictor
-ch22 29.
April 5 12 1985
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE U HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, desiring to
engage m business under the
fictitious name S A Gifts at 273
Alhambra Circle. Coral Gables.
Fla Intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County, Florida.
Diagnostic* Export. Inc.
018703 March 13.22.29;
________________________Aprils. 1985
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION No IS-7 5**(25)
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF
MIRTA PEREZ.
Petitioner-Wife,
and
MANUEL PAEZ.
Respondent-Husband.
TO: MANUEL PAEZ
Residence Unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of
Marriage has been filed against
you and you are required to serve a
copy of your written defenses. If
any. to it on Luis Vldal. Esq.. at-
torney for Petitioner, whose ad-
dress Is 1840 W. 49th Street. Suite
105. Hlaleah. Florida, 33012, and
file the original with the clerk of
the above styled court on or before
April 26. 1986; otherwise a default
will be entered against you for the
relief demanded In the complaint
or petition.
This notice shall be published
once each week for four con-
secutive weeks In THE JEWISH
FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of said court at Miami. Florida on
this 18th day of March. 1985.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By L.E.R. SINCLAIR
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
Luis Vldal, Esq.
1840 W. 49th Street Suite 106
Hlaleah. Florida 33012
Attorney for Petitioner
18905 March 22, 29;
_____ April 5.12,1985
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
INTHE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No.tS0*SM(ll)
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF:
GARCIA-MENENDEZ, DAISY
Petitioner
and
NUNEZ. MIGUEL B.
Respondent
TO: MIGUEL B. NUNEZ
ADRE8S UNKNOWN
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of
Marriage has been filed against
you and you are required to serve a
copy of your written defenaea. If
any, to It on DEL-VALLE A
NETSCH. PA., attorney for
Petitioner, whose address Is 300
Aragon Avenue. Suite 4. Coral
Gables, Florida 33134. and file the
original with the clerk of the above
styled court on or before April 12.
1985; otherwise a default will be
entered against you for the relief
demanded In the complaint or
petition
This notice shall be published
once each week for four con-
secutive weeks In THE JEWISH
FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my had and the seal of
said court at Miami. Florida on
this day of March 8,1985.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
ByT. Casamayor
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seall
M. CRISTINA DEL-VALLE, Esq.
200 Aragon A ve. Suite 4
Coral Gables, FL 33134
Telephone: (305)441-1030
FLA. BAR NO. 336084
Attorney for Petitioner
18711 March 18.33. 39;
April 5,1986
Public Notices
INTHE CIRCUIT COOBTft.
THE ELEVENTHJUC *
CIRCUIT IN AND P0
DADf COUNTY Flcr'da
CASE NO tS-7j--,
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
A* NOUS". *
tK RE Trie Ma.-
HERALALLBa.-'.
PeUtKjner-rtiiba.-
a.-,d
;:netteba>-.
Respondent- V,
residence unknown
10 file your ar--. ^*"
!or dissolution r01*
the ClerK
a copy (
petitioners al
Cohen Esq.. 2L
Miami. FL Kjj
March 29 IMBor<
be confessed
WITNESS rr.> hall ,- this Court at Miami : aoecSh
Florida, this 21st da;. | February.
RICHARD P.BP.IVKER
Clerk. Circuit Court
ByC.P COPELAND
Deputy Clem
18876 March i lS.a.Hf*
Urtjj
atart
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
INTHE CIRCUITCOURTQF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITOF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No 15-09771
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
Florida Bar No 305444
IN RE THE MARRIAGE OF
NORABARRERA.
Petitioner wife,
and
HECTOR PASCUAL TABORDA
Respondent Husband
TO: HectorPascual Taborda
Street address unknown
Medellln. Colombia
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a petition for Dissolution ol
Marriage has been filed am
commenced in this court and you
are required to serve a copy al
your written defenses, if any, to It
on Henry Leyte-Vldal. Esq.. at-
torney for Petitioner whose ad-
dress is 701 S.W. 27th Avenue, Suite
628. Miami. Florida 33135. and Bit
the original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before
April 19. 1986; otherwise a default
will be entered against you for the
relief prayed for In the complaint
or petition.
This notice shall be published
once each week for four con-
secutive weeks In THE JEWISH
FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of said court at Mlain'. Florida on
this 13th day of March. 1985.
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
ByB.J.FOY
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
Attorney for Petitioner:
Henry Leyte-Vldal. Esq
701 S.W. 27th Avenue. Sulte625
Miami. Florida 33136
Telephone: (306)541-2286
18740 March 22,
AprllS. 12,1985
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITOF FLOR IDA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No. 85-82S3
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: The Marriage of
RABECCA RUIZ.
Petitioner-Wife,
and
RAFAEL RUIZ,
Respondent-Husband.
TO: RAFAEL RUIZ
8849 Forest Blvd., Lot 5
Casey Wile. 111. 83232
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution ot
Marriage has been filed against
you and you are required to serve a
copy of your written defenses, if
any, to it on GEORGE T.
RAMAN I. attorney for Petitioner.
whose address U 711 Blscayne
Bldg., 19 West Flagler Street.
Miami. Florida 83130. and file the
original with the clerk of the above
styled court on or before April 12.
1988, otherwise a default will be
entered against you for the relief
demanded In the complaint or
petlUon.
This notice shall be published
once each week tor four con-
secutive weeks In THE JEWISH
FLORIDIAN.
WTTNES8 my had and the seal of
aald court at Miami, Florida on
this 7th day of March. 1986.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By L.E.R. SINCLAIR
Aa Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
GEORGE T. HA MAN I
Attorney for Petitioner
711 Blscayne Bldg
19 West Flagler Street
Miami, Florida 33130
Telephone. (306)374-4340
18707 March 15, 22.29
Aprils, 1985


ADL Demands End
To Egyptian Anti-Semitism
Obituaries
tOTJ -' '
Friday, March 22, 1985 / The Jewish Floridian
Page15-B
lNEW YORK The
Li-Defamation League of
I'nai B'rith has called upon
Jgyptian President Hosni
Mubarak to act against the
Ivicious anti-Semitism"
lanating from his
ountry. "It is unlikely,"
League said, "that a
cure lasting peace will be
chieved as long as anti-
Jeraitism remains a
fignificant factor in
Jgypt-"
Although anti-Semitism is
ot an official policy, there is an
jiti-Jewish undercurrent in
Egypt today which is found at all
Evels of society and influences
olitical attitudes." according to
article prepared for the ADL
bulletin, the League's national
ublication.
WRITTEN BY Abraham H.
foxman. ADL's associate
Btional director and head of its
nternational Affairs Division,
nd Kenneth Jacobson, director
the Middle Eastern Affairs
partment. the article declares
hat "some of the most vicious
nti-Semitic writings to be found
nywhere have come out of
Jgypt recently."
"The threat of this anti-
emitism cannot be measured
uantitatively," Foxman and
lacobson write. "The problem
pally lies in its stubborn hold on
ciety and in its use in the
olitical arena."
The article reports that
esident Mubarak told four
psiting U.S. Congressmen last
ear that he totally opposed the
Kpressions of anti-Semitism
bund in Egyptian media. The
kpressions diminished for a few
bonths and then continued at an
fccreased rate.
j IT STATES that although
pi. has been aware of the level
anti-Semitism present in
pt. the agency looked to the
pdat peace treaty for indications
emerging new pragmatic
Jtitudes in Egypt, not only for
Jewish State but for the
kwish people.
[However, the article goes on,
pt has increasingly "made a
^>ckery of the word 'nor-
alization' between the two
fctes." Trade, cultural ex-
anges, diplomacy and tourism
i at a standstill.
Hie ADL spokesmen charge
tat while some attribute this to
Neli political activity in
banon and on the West Bank,
would be a serious
Bcalculation to blame Dolitics
alone as the cause of current
strains."
THEY NOTE that the Islamic
world has long accorded an in-
ferior status to Jews and that the
link between attitudes toward
Jews and toward Israel is
profound. "Although Anwar
Sadat broke through that
ideology of rejectionism, the
current manifestations of anti-
Semitism," they say, "appear to
be not only a reflection of
Egypt's unwillingness to move
toward a new posture vis-a-vis
Israel, but to be the root of that
unwillingness to change."
The authors cite numerous
instances of blatant anti-
Semitism in writings, in the
media, both government-
controlled and the opposition
press, as well as in books from
the '60's and '70's. In addition,
new books are appearing with
centuries-old anti-Semitic motifs.
"It is critical," Foxman and
Jacobson declare, "to expose this
poison and to insist that
Egyptian officials begin to make
serious efforts toward
discouraging anti-Semitic
outbursts and to educate their
people about living on equal
terms with Israel and the Jews.
"Anti-Semitism." they con-
clude, "will not disappear. What
is called for is an extensive
education effort aimed at the
Egyptian people."
Bernard Lipskin has joined
AmeriFirst Federal Savings
and Loan Association as vice
president for public relations.
He is a former director of
communication for Pantry
Pride who will be responsible
for public and media relations
at AmeriFirst, one of the
South's largest financial
institutions.
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Beatrix Levin Passes
Beatrix "Trixie" Levin passed
away March 17. She was the
drama director for Temple
Emanu-El for more than 25
years, wrote and directed shows
for charity organizations, and
was a volunteer at Miami Beach
High School.
Survivors include her
daughters. Dr. Lanie Lipsnn-
Piekarski and Olivia Levin-
Vaught; sons-in-law Daniel and
RUDER, Morris. 71. of Miami. Services
March 18. Gordon. Star of David.
BEST, Stanford. SB, of Miami. Services
March 18. Gordon.
HEIT. Max, of North Miami Beach.
Services March IS.
NESS. Louis, of Miami Beach. Services
March 18. Blasberg.
SILVERMAN. Evelyn J., 72. of Bay
Harbor Island. Services March IS.
Riverside.
STILLMAN WARSHAW. Anna. S, of
North Miami. Services March IS.
Gordon. Mt. Nebo.
LUBSCHUTZ. Herman, 74, of Miami
Beach. Services March 17. Riverside.
SHERMAN. Sadie, of North Bay
Village. Services March 17. Riverside.
FETBROD, Dora. 04, of North Miami.
Services March 17. Levltt-Welnsteln.
MARATECK. Jack M. Services were
held. Rubln-Zllbert.
MINOR, Ethel, 73. of Miami Services
March 18. Gordon. Mt. Nebo.
CARRIS, Norman, of North Miami
Beach. Services March 18.
GOMER. George. 90. of North Miami
Beach. Services March 19. Riverside.
LEVIN. Mrs. Beatrix "Trlxle." of
Miami Beach. Services March 18. Mt.
Nebo.
LIFTER, Joseph L., 88, of Miami
Beach. Services March 18. Riverside.
Robert; sister Selma Kanov and
brother-in-law Ted Kanov;
companion Ernest Fuld; and
several grandchildren.
Funeral services were held at
Temple Emanu-El on March 18,
followed by interment at Mt.
Nebo Cemetery.
BRONSON. Lulu, of North Miami
Beach. Services were held. Rubin
Zilbert.
DONN. Isaac, of Miami Beach. Services
March 19. Rubln-Zllbert.
FELD. Irene. 90, of Miami Beach.
Services March 20. Riverside.
TITLEBAUM. Cella L., of Miami
Beach. Services March 19. Rubln-
Zilbert.
WEISS. Alex, of Miami Beach. Services
March 19. Blasberg. Mt. Nebo.
LEVINSON, Eleanor R., 62, of North
Miami. Services March 21. Levltt-
Welnsteln. Mt. Nebo.
THALER. Leon, of Miami. Services
March 20. Riverside. Star of David.
GOLDSMITH, Robert H., 73, of Bay
Harbor Island. Services were held.
Menorah.
GREENBERG. Dorothy M.. 64. Ser-
vices March 16.
QUINT, Sara, 86, of Bay Harbor Island.
Services March 14. Riverside. Mt. Nebo.
ROSEN, Henry Aaron. Services March
IS. Riverside. Star of David.
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