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Happy Passover


CBS Acknowledges
Error No Apology
Conflicting 'Eyewitness Reports' ... See Page 10-A
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By HUGH ORGEL
TEL AVIV (JTA) -
A senior CBS official has
backtracked from his
network's earlier charge
that an Israel Defense
Force tank had deliberately
fired at two CBS television
news cameramen who were
killed in south Lebanon.
But Ernest Leiser, CBS vice
president for news, offered no
formal apology for what he
admitted were groundless
charges against Israel. On the
other hand. Premier Shimon
Peres sent his personal deep
regrets and condolences to CBS
for what he described as a tragic
mistake arising from Israel's
Cuomo
efforts to protect its soldiers from
terrorists in south Lebanon.
LEISER, who flew to Israel
over the weekend, made his
remarks following an hour-long
meeting with Peres after hi9
return from the Lebanese village
where the cameramen were killed.
He told reporters here:
"I think that knowing what I
now know, we (CBS) might have
qualified our language somewhat.
I think our reaction was
proportionate to what we ex-
perienced and knew at the time,
and I now certainly believe it was
not a deliberate attempt to fire
tank cannons against our camera
people."
After visiting the site of the
incident, Leiser was reported to
have acknowledged that the tank
which fired the fatal shots was
about three kilometers distant
from the target, not 500 meters
as CBS had originally contended.
He seemed to agree that, at that
range, it was not possible to
distinguish hand-held television
cameras from handheld rocket-
propelled grenade launchers in
short, the cameramen were in-
distinguishable from armed
terrorists.
PERES DID not agree to
Leiser's request for a special
inquiry into the incident but
promised to inform CBS of the
findings of a routine internal
investigation conducted by the
IDF. CBS, for its part, has not
rescinded its earlier decision to
cancel a series of Passover-Easter
Continued on Page 2-A
Raps Reagan for Dachau Decision
Flortdlun Photo Andrew i'olln.
OF FAITH Schmurah matzoh was prepared last
'. an exhibition sponsored by the local Chabad Lubavitch
nent. Students affiliated with the Landow Yeshiva in
I Beach prepared handmade 'watched' matzoh and helped
1,000 school children learn about matzoh-baking. (See
I story. Page 4-B ).
NEW YORK (JTA) -
Governor Mario Cuomo has
criticized President Reagan for
his statement to reporters ex-
plaining why he would not visit
Dachau, the site of the Nazi
concentration camp, when he
goes to West Germany in May to
observe the 40th anniversary of
the Allied victory in World War
II.
In a strongly worded letter to
the President, Cuomo wrote that
mten Barred
[Ireland's Jews Breathe Sigh of Relief
a RICE SAMUELSON
JLIN (JTA) A
relief is sweeping
Jews of the Irish
He after the
cent's ban of Pieter
Menten, the 85-year-old
Dutch millionaire found
guilty of slaughtering Jews
in Poland in 1941. Menten
owns a big estate near the
city of Waterford and was
planning to spend the rest
of his life there after ser-
ving eight years out of a 10-
year sentence in a Dutch
orison.
But last Thursday, following
strenuous protests by the Dublin
Jewish representative council,
backed by a handful of Jewish
members of the Irish Parliament,
the Cabinet declared Menten an
undesirable alien and prohibited
him from entering the Emerald
Isle.
THE DECISION demon-
strates the new-found confidence
Continued on Page 22-A
Reagan's remarks "may suggest
an insensitivity that is not ap-
propriate to your high office.
Your remarks can be seen as an
affront to the memory of the
victims of the Holocaust and an
insult to the survivors. One
would hope that your remarks
were inadvertent and that you
will correct them."
A STATEMENT issued by the
White House said: "The
President is very sensitive to the
colossal tragedy of the Jewish
population during World War II.
He has often said the Holocaust
should never be forgotten. But
we also have to look for the future
of peace and sharing with the
German people."
At a nationally televised news
conference, Reagan said he
wanted to emphasize relations
that have developed between the
United States and Germany. The
German people, Reagan con-
tinued, have had a "guilt feeling
that's been imposed upon them.
And I just think that's un-
necessary."
Go v. Cuomo
Cuomo, in his letter, said.
"Your comments only serve
to aid the cause of those who
Continued on Page 21 -A
Pioneer TV Sports Director
Bernie Rosen Steps Down, Ends Era at WTVJ
By ANDREW POLIN
Jewish Floridian Staff Writer
Bernie Rosen is a Miami
sports legend. Perhaps
Rosen's name is not as well
known to the public as, say,
Don Shula's, but in sports
circles in South Florida, it
is.
Rosen, in 34 years at WTVJ
Sports Department, has been a
motivating force behind local
sports coverage, not only at
Channel 4, but in South Florida
as well.
Under his guidance, TV 4
Sports Department became what
many consider to be the number
one local sports station in the
country.
BUT AN era ended last week
when Bernie Rosen's name
appeared for the final time as
sports director in the newscast's
credits.
Rosen's story dates back to his
youth in the Bronx, New York,
the days of the Yankee Stadium
and the Polo Grounds, when his
appetite for sports first was
whetted
I was at Yankee Stadium
when Ixni Gehrig retired." Rosen
fondly remembered.
IN THOSE days, Rosen was a
walking baseball encyclopedia,
although now because of the
heavy football influence in South
Florida, he knows more about the
gridiron.
The 57-year-old Rosen lived in
Continued on Page 16-A


Page 2 A The Jewish Floridian Friday, April 5, 1985

In Miami
Nazi-Hunter Klarsfeld Due Apr. 17
CBS Ackitowledgtes Wrong Report,
But Refuses to Issue Apology
Noted Nazi-hunter Beate
Klarsfeld will be the
keynote speaker at the
Holocaust Awareness
Week Community Com-
memoration at 7:30 p.m. on
Wednesday, Apr. 17, at
Temple Emanu-El, 1701
Washington Ave., Miami
Beach, announced Goldie
R. Goldstein, the executive
vice president of the
Southeastern Florida
Holocaust Memorial
Center.
Aa a renowned Nazi-hunter,
Klarsfeld has been honored
throughout the world. Among
her distinguished awards is
Israel's Medal of Courage,
commemorating the Warsaw
Ghetto uprising, which
designates her a Woman of Valor
"a title," said Golda Meir.
"that has no peer in Jewish
tradition." Also, she has been
nominated by the Israeli Knesset
for the Nobel Peace Prize.
IN NOVEMBER of 1964, Mrs.
Klarsfeld was a member of a
delegation which traveled to
Paraguay in an attempt to secure
aid from the government in
determining the whereabouts of
Josef Mengele. The delegation
met with various officials in-
cluding the Minister of the
Interior, the Minister of Justice
and the President of the Supreme
Court.
Mrs. Klarsfeld was in-
strumental in the tracking down
of Klaus Barbie, the "Butcher of
Lyon," through several South
American countries, resulting in
Beate Klarsfeld
his extradition from Bolivia.
In an internationally-
publicized incident, she slapped
the face of Kurt-Georg Kiesinger,
the West German Chancellor in
Bonn, himself an ex-Nazi, to
protest the political power
achieved by someone of his
background. Kiesinger had been
an assistant director of Hitler's
foreign propaganda effort.
She staged a sit-in at Dachau
in her campaign to try to force
the West German government to
ratify an agreement with France
so that Nazi criminals sentenced
in absentia could be tried in
German courts.
"ESSENTIALLY, she and her
husband. Serge, have been at the
forefront of the hunt for Nazi war
criminals for the past decade,"
said Manachem Rosensaft of the
International Network of
Children of Holocaust Survivors,
who was also a member of the
delegation to Paraguay.
New York Criminal Judge
Dismisses Charges Against Rabbis
NEW YORK (JTA) A
New York Criminal Court judge,
acting "in the interests of
justice." has dismissed charges
against three rabbis, two jour-
nalism students and the national
coordinator of the Student
Struggle for Soviet Jewry who
were arrested while staging a sit-
in at the So vie'. Mission to the
United Nations here last month.
The charges dismissed by
Judge Maxwell Sayah were
related to "Operation Redem-
ption," a series of non-violent
civil disobedience actions at the
offices of Soviet institutions here
to protest the "new spiritual
genocide" of Soviet Jews, an
SSSJ spokesman said. So far, 250
persons including more than 125
rabbis have been detained by
police in five separate actions
since January.
The spokesman said the next
action is planned for Sunday,
April 14, at 11 a.m. at the Soviet
diplomatic residence in River-
dale.
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Born on the eve of World War
II, a German and a Christian.
Beate Klarsfeld married a French
Jew who had witnessed the Nazi
terror and whose father had been
gassed at Auschwitz.
Klarsfeld's anti-Nazism has
made her a passionate fighter
against anti-Semitism. "I come
from a people that has deeply
dishonored itself by waging war
on the Jewish people Let not
the crimes of Hitler's Germany
be used as a model," she said.
IN ADDITION to the keynote
address, the program will include
a performance by the Beth David
Children's Concert Choir, Yid-
dish readings, a candle lighting
ceremony and dramatic readings.
The event is being co-sponsored
by the Southeastern Florida
Holocaust Memorial Center, the
Greater Miami Jewish
Federation, Central Agency tor
Jewish Education, Rabbinical
Association of Greater Miami,
and Federation's Community
Relations Committee.
Funding for the event is
provided by the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation, the City of
Miami Beach and Metropolitan
Dade County.
Holocaust Awareness Week
culminates with a "Shabbat of
Remembrance" which will be
observed by synagogues in
keeping with the Proclamation of
the Rabbinical Association of
Greater Miami.
The "Yom Hashoah"
(Holocaust Memorial Day)
commemorative services on
Friday, Apr. 19. and Saturday,
Apr. 20. are special services held
for the victims of the Holocaust,
in synagogues throughout Dade
County.
Continued from Page 1-A
week broadcasts that were to
originate in Israel.
It was disclosed that Peres was
furious with the IDF for its
failure to express regret over the
deaths of the two cameramen in
its announcement of the incident.
The announcement, by an IDF
spokesman, was given to Defense
Minister Yitzhak Rabin for
approval before it was released.
Despite his recommendation that
it should contain an expression of
regret, it was published in its
original form.
Peres sent a personal letter of
condolence to CBS president Ed
Joyce but it arrived too late to
mollify CBS executives in New
York who were angered by what
they called the IDF spokesman's
"arrogance and stupidity" and
demanded a full investigation.
PERES' LETTER to Joyce
said, "I wish to express my deep
sorrow at the tragic death of two
newsmen in south Lebanon.
Please convey my condolences to
the families and to CBS News,
and my wishes for full and speedy
recovery of the wounded."
Peres added, however, "Tk.
tank crew involved did not
deviate from the strict orders
concerning the protection 0f
innocent bystanders. It appears
that the cameramen took position
in the midst o a group of armed
men who were engaged in active
hostility against the IDF ]
reiterate Israel's longstanding
and unqualified commitment to
freedom of the press and totally
reject any suggestion that the
incident was anything but a
derivative of the tragic situation
in Lebanon and the cir-
cumstances under which we are
forced to carry out our duty to
protect the lives of our soldiers."
MK's Petition
JERUSALEM (JTA) -
Sixty-one Knesset members
submitted a petition to Premier
Shimon Peres on Tuesday asking
him to intervene to allow a
woman to be an El Al pilot. The
unusual petition dealt with Yael
Nahamias, whom El Al repor-
tedly refuses to accept as a pilot.
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News in Brief
Fatal Shooting Causes Curfew
Friday, April 5, 1985 / The Jewish Floridian Page. ?-A. .
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By JTA Service
JERUSALEM A curfew
. gained in effect in the center of
Ramallah and the adjacent town
of El Bireh on the West Bank
Monday following the fatal
shooting of a Jewish settler,
Avraham Nabulnik, in the
Ramallah market place Sunday.
The armv said the curfew would
remain in force at least until
I Wednesday afternoon.
Nabulnik. a resident of
iHadasha. a Jewish settlement
just north of Jerusalem, was the
Isecond Israeli to be murdered in
[ihe Ramallah market place since
I Feb. I when a soldier was gunned
|own in almost the same spot.
[near the central bus station.
Newish settlers throughout the
I territory reacted with fury.
One response by the Council of
Ijewish Settlements was to
[establish an unauthorized and
[therefore illegal new set-
tlement dose to Ramallah.
FTractors began leveling the
ound while volunteers ham-
Imered poles into the ground.
IThere was no immediate in-
dention by the Israel Defense
iForce.
[Reagan's Star Wars
iDefense'Vital'to Israel
WASHINGTON President
Keagan's "Star Wars" defense
blan is "vital" to the defense of
Israel, a nuclear physicist who is
Ian adviser to Reagan on the
Strategic Defense Initiative
iSDI). asserted here.
With SDI, the deterrent force
pf the U.S. will keep Israel safe."
Vr. Robert .lastrow of Dart-
Inouth College told some 160
ersons attending the seventh
innual dinner of the Jewish
Institute for National Security
'{fairs at the Regent Hotel.
|Soviet expansionism, par-
Jicularly in the Middle East, will
?substantially reduced."
. Jastrow added that "Israel
rith its current defense system
puld never achieve such a
eterrent Defense Secretary
ar Weinberger, while in
furope last week for a NATO
eting. said Israel is one of the
buntries that would be asked to
operate in the development of
eSDI.
Hogen David Adorn
Employees on Strike
I TEL AVIV Employees of
N Magen David Adorn (MDA)
pgan a work stoppage
Westing that their salaries had
bt been paid. The strike ef-
Wively shut down all services of
reel's first aid society.
I The employees rejected a last-
[mute appeal from the Health
fnutry to call off the strike.
fyuig that the employees'
uanes would be paid into their
M accounts later in the week.
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they no longer believed the
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P tha,1 Payment at the end of
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EEC Backs Arab
Mideast Peace Moves
BRUSSELS The leaders of
the member states of the
European Economic Community
have strongly endorsed the
proposals by President Hosni
Mubarak of Egypt and the
negotiating approach agreed to
last Feb. 11 by King Hussein of
Jordan and Palestine Liberation
Organization chief Yasir Arafat
as important initiatives for a
peaceful solution of the Middle
Fast conflict which are worth
encouraging.
The declaration, issued here
last Saturday at the end of a two-
day EEC summit conference,
stated that the member states
reaffirm their conviction that a
just and lasting solution of the
Arab-Israeli conflict requires the
participation and the concrete
support of all of the interested
parties, including the PLO
Two More Jews
Abducted in Beirut
TEL AVIV Two more
Jewish residents of Beirut have
been kidnapped, bringing the
numbers of Jewish residents
abducted in the past few days to
five, according to reports from
the Lebanese capital.
Dr. Isaac Sasson, head of the
small Jewish community in
Beirut, which totals less than 100
persons, and an 80-year-old man
identified as Clemence Dona,
were picked up in the street and
dragged into waiting cars.
Reports from Beirut over the
weekend said three Jewish
residents had been kidnapped.
They were identified as Haim
Cohen. 39. Elie Spour. 68, and
Hie Hallak. whose age was not
given.
Shiite Promises More
Attacks on Israelis
BONN Mohammed Hussein
Fadallah. leader of an extremist
Shiite Moslem group in Lebanon,
insists that Israel has no right to
exist, according to an interview
published in Der Spiegel.
Fadallah heads
'Hisballah "(Party of God) which
is believed responsible for suicide
attacks on American and French
troops in Lebanon as well as on
the Israel Defense Force. He said
his group will continue to attack
the IDF to force it to leave every
inch of Lebanese soil. But he
would not say specifically that
the attacks would continue
across the border after Israeli
forces have left Lebanon.
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Passover and Exodus:
The Old and the New
There are several important pre-holiday
duties that many Jews perform beforehand,
but Passover officially begins with the first
seder on Friday evening, Apr. 5. Passover
in Jewish tradition is known as Zman
Cherutenu (the Season of our Freedom),
and it commemorates the liberation of the
ancient Israelites from their bondage to
Pharaoh in Egypt.
Their redemption from physical slavery
was of course a happy occasion, but the
true significance of the Exodus from Egypt
in fact lies in the Jewish act of liberation
from an intolerable spiritual bondage.
For when Moses told Pharaoh, "Let my
people go.** he also added in God's name,
"that they may worship me."
But in Egypt, the Pharaoh was that
nation's god. the source and master of all
its works and laws. And so when Moses
and the Israelites rejected Egypt and its
deity, they engaged in a declaration of
spiritual independence, an act of self-
determination of a people seeking a life of
dignity and freedom.
In larger terms, Passover not only
celebrates this act of redemption in the
ancient past. The seder ceremonials also
reenact liberation as a present-day ex-
perience. This year, Passover has an
especially poignant significance to us as
Jews reckoned in terms of the redemption
of the Jews of Ethiopia to the modern-day
Israel of their dreams.
But there also remain the Jews of the
Soviet Union and in the Arab countries
still not yet redeemed and for whom the
recitation of the prayer, "Next Year in
Jerusalem,'' remains at best "Next Year,"
not as in the case of the Ethiopians already
an event in history in the same sense that
the original Exodus is an event in history.
It is for the yet unliberated this year that
we recommit ourselves to their struggle for
freedom for an exodus of their own. It is
in these terms that Passover lives anew,
heightened by the sadness of the reality of
our times, as well as by the holiday's
symbolic reality.
Orange Bowl Kudos
We congratulate the Orange Bowl
Committee for its decision last week to
abandon the restricted Indian Creek
Country Club as the site of its 1986 annual
team party.
In giving up its practice of some 25 years
in duration, the Committee has told South
Florida that it will no longer meet at a club
whose membership policy excludes Jews
and Blacks.
Perhaps one of the most unfortunate
things uttered by Orange Bowl Committee
members in defense of the Indian Creek
Country Club during the recent debate over
the issue is that the Club was a great place
" for a party. Even after the decision to
abandon Indian Creek, others bemoan the
fact that "It will be very difficult to find a
place as suitable but we'll try."
All of this clearly begs the issue, which is
not that Indian Creek presents a good view
of the bay, or that it is a great place for a
party, but that a civic organization of the
stature of the Orange Bowl Committee,
representative of all South Floridians,
should have been blind for a quarter of a
Jewish Floridiart
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century to the Club's discriminatory
policies.
Applause therefore to the Committee for
its decision last week. Applause must also
go to organizations such as the Anti-
Defamation League of B'nai B'rith and the
American Jewish Committee, among
others, for their long and spirited battle
against an offense to the community that
has now been eradicated.
Arrogance of CBS
CBS Vice President for News Ernest Leiser went
to Israel last week to talk with top Israelis about the
deaths of two Lebanese cameramen employed by
CBS who were filming the withdrawal of IDF troops
beset by various religious factions on their way out
when an Israeli tank shot at a crowd of Arabs and
killed the cameramen.
Lightening network reporting charged, con-
demned and would if they could punish the Israelis
responsible for their deaths in a way so speedy and
marvelous that one wonders why such fervent
"professionalism" is never applied to the myriad
Arab terrorists who as a daily practice attack,
kidnap, maim and murder Americans. Israelis, and
other nationals.
Be that as it may. the other major networks. NBC
and ABC in particular, were only millimeters behind
CBS in their own kangaroo court proceedings, and
one can well "feel" for them that their own reports
were only slightly less significant because they did
not have the "edge" that it was some their own
cameramen who had been done in instead of those
employed by CBS.
With this as background, CBS" Leiser arrived in
Israel demanding imagine the arrogance that
an inquiry be launched forthwith to tag and punish
those responsible. In short order, Mr. Leiser learned
that his organization had jumped the gun that
what CBS had reported was far from accurate, both
with respect to what happened and who was or was
not responsible.
But has CBS taken to the air with the same en-
thusiasm to report it was wrong as it exercised in
jumping the gun? Not on your life.
We do not hold with any individual, group or
organization that moves to take over a new-
gathering agency for purposes of controlling and
censoring it the Jesse Helms-CBS flap is a current
case in point. But here is another example that
makes it easier to understand why such moves are
made.
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Why should it take an
Israeli three or four years to
obtain a telephone for his
home? In Israel, obtaining
a telephone can be a
convoluted, if not
downright frustrating,
process. The type of job an
Israeli holds, or if a son has
been killed in a war, may
very well determine how
soon or how long it
will take to obtain a
telephone.
Why should it take an Israeli
three or four years to obtain a
telephone for his home? In Israel,
obtaining a telephone can be a
convoluted, if not downright
frustrating, process. The type of
job an Israeli holds, or if a son
has been killed in a war, may very
well determine how soon or
how long it will take to obtain
a telephone.
The major reason for this type
of indiosyncrasy, according to an
Israeli economic think tank, is
tied to the socialistic or
"paternalistic" form of gover-
nment existing in Israel.
"THE DEGREE of govern-
ment intervention in Israel a
utterly absurd," Irving Knstol.
vice chairman of the Friends oi
the Israel Center for Social and
Economic Progress, believes.
'The major reason that holds
Israel back is its obsolete social
and economic system, and the a
pervasive government that na
its finger in every economic pie,
echoes Daniel Doron, director oj
the Israel Center for Social ana
Economic Progress.
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Miami last week an effort to g**
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Continued on Page 21 A


Hawkins, Graham:
Who Loves Israel
The Very Most?
Friday, April 5,1985 / The Jewish Floridian Page 5-A
By ANDREW POLIN
Jewish Floridian Staff Writer
Gov. Bob Graham felt a
"personal sense of kinship"
to religious shrines in
Israel, while Sen. Paula
Hawkins emphasized that
the United States and
Israel "walk together."
What is interesting is that the
Florida Jewish community may
verv well have to choose between
these two pro-Israel candidates
should Graham decide, as some
think he will, to oppose Sen.
Hawkins in her 1986 senatorial
reelection campaign.
"That's no problem," said
Thomas Dine, executive director
of the American Israel Public
Affairs Committee, which held a
political action workshop Sunday
in Fort Lauderdale.
"WE SEE it as an asset, as a
positive, that both the
Republican incumbent who will
run for reelection and the
Democratic challenger are very
pro-Israel." Dine said in an in-
terview with The Jewish
Floridian after Sen. Hawkins and
Graham spoke before some 300
Jewish leaders from throughout
the state.
"That is exactly what we try to
do in every place we can," Dine
said, referring to the situation in
which both candidates are pro-
Israel.
However, both Dine and a local
Florida Jewish leader hinted that
Sen. Hawkins may have the
upper hand for Jewish support,
since as a senator she has proven
she will support Israel in crucial
votes, while Graham, although
definitely a friend of Israel, has
not had the opportunities to
prove his mettle on Capitol Hill.
"THE TERM I use is that we
should always remember who our
friends are. and like the Indian
elephant, we should never
forget," Dine said.
"In this case, Paula Hawkins
has been our friend. We cannot
forget that and she has to be put
into that category of a strong
friend," Dine said.
He also said it is "wonderful"
that Graham, while governor, has
visited Israel several times,
knows the issues and is
challenging Sen. Hawkins on
positions of U.S.-Israel relations
to the point where they are both
very pro-Israel.
Herbert D. Katz of Hollywood,
who also is AIPAC's Florida
regional chairman, said he thinks
a Graham-Hawkins race would
split the Jewish community.
ACKNOWLEDGING that he
is a Republican, Katz, however,
said Sen. Hawkins has been
supportive and has demonstrated
her support actively. "It is in-
cumbent upon the community to
support her reelection, and this is
not in opposition to Gov. Graham
because I think if he were to
become a senator ... he would be
generally supportive."
Katz said both Graham and
Sen. Hawkins in the past have
received support from the Jewish
community in their respective
races. "Gov. Graham has enjoyed
warm support from the Jewish
community. He's been generally
supportive of issues that are of
interest to the Jewish com-
munity." he added.
On Sen. Hawkins, Katz said,
she has had a lot of support from
the Jewish community. "She has
been totally supportive of the
issues that are pro-Israel. She has
been a leader in many of the
issues."
BOTH GRAHAM and Sen.
Hawkins expressed strong
support for Israel during their
speeches before the state
members of AIPAC.
AIPAC Chief Warns 'Era
Of Good Feelings' May End
U.S.-Israel relations are
I in an' era of good feelings,''
but this era could undergo a
strained period in the
future, according to
Thomas Dine, executive
director of the American
Israel Public Affairs
I Committee.
Dine, in an interview with The
Jewish Floridian, warned that if
Wm United States asserts too
much pressure on Israel to make
certain changes in its economic
policies and budgets in exchange
THOMAS DINE
for foriegn aid, it could have a
"deleterious" effect on the
present national unity gover-
nment in Israel.
IN HIS SPEECH before some
300 Florida Jewish leaders at-
tending a regional political action
workshop Sunday in Fort
Lauderdale, Dine said he feels
confident that the foreign aid
package a total of $3 billion in
grants will be passed by
Congress.
Dine also praised President
Reagan, who in recent months
has told three Arab leaders that
"direct negotiations" between
the Arab world and Israel is a
prerequisite for peace.
"Peace in the Middle East will
only be achieved through direct
negotiations between Israel and
its neighbors," Dine said, adding
that while President Reagan is
not the first president to endorse
direct negotiations, he is the first
to bluntly tell three Arab leaders
this is needed in front of the
national and international press.
The Arab leaders were Egyptian
President Hosni Mubarak, King
Fahd of Saudi Arabia and the
foreign minister of Jordan.
"IN LIGHT of the continued
Arab refusal to recognize Israel,
this is the only way to force
movement on the Arab side,
Dine said. "The United States
must never encourage the Arabs
to believe they can avoid Israel
Continued on Page 15-A
GOV. GRAHAM
"Why should a Christian be
interested in Israel? Why should
a non-Jewish American be in-
terested in Israel? Why should a
Floridian be interested in
Israel?" Graham asked
rhetorically during his speech.
"I felt a very personal sense of
kinship to the Jewish religious
shrines and to those which were
particular to Christianity,"
Graham said of his visits to
Israel. "I also felt a very strong
appreciation of the way in which
all of the religious institutions,
whether they were Jewish,
Moslem or Christian, were
treated.
"That real religious toleration
is an important part of why Israel
is important to Christians," he
said.
Graham, whose appearance
before AIPAC was his first, also
said Florida and Israel share
certain similarities in their
economies and in the influx of
immigrations. Because of these
similarities, Graham said Florida
can learn lessons from the Israeli
experience.
GRAHAM, who has visited
Israel three times, led a 1984
trade and economic development
mission to Israel which tripled
trade between Florida and Israel.
The governor is just back from a
February trip when he led a
SEN. HAWKINS
delegation of South Florida
business and community leaders
in a tour which was sponsored by
the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation.
Graham said Florida can look
to Israel to find out ways to
assimilate immigrants. Graham
recently visited an absorption
center that housed Ethiopian
Jews.
Sen. Hawkins reiterated
several times during her speech
that a strong United States
means a strong Israel. "We walk
together," she said.
THE SENATOR came down
hard upon Nicaragua, where PLO
terrorists are being trained.
"We're not sitting down with the
PLO," she said, adding that as
long as the PLO refuses to
recognize Israel and its security
needs, the U.S. will not recognize
the PLO.
In a speech that covered
several top issues facing U.S.-
Israel relations, Sen. Hawkins
said there is going to be a fight on
a new arms sale to Saudi Arabia.
"I don't see a need for a sale."
she said, referring to a proposed
sale of 40 F-15s as well as air-to-
sea missiles. Sen. Hawkins said
the administration is trying to
sell the new purchases as an
update, and not as a new sale.
In interviews with The Jewish
Floridian, both Sen. Hawkins
and Graham expresssed deep
support for Israel as a strategic
ally in the Middle East.
"The answer is yes," Graham
said when asked if he considered
Israel a strategic ally in the
Middle East. "If you have one
person who is talking and
another who is acting, it is the
Continued on Page 20-A
REP. LARRY SMITH
Broward Congressman
Rep. Smith Wows AIPAC Crowd
Presidential administrations
may waver in their firm support
of Israel, but Congress is the
bedrock of U.S. support for the
Jewish State, according to U.S.
Rep. Larry Smith.
Smith, speaking Sunday before
Florida members of the American
Israel Public Affairs Committee,
said that in each of the last four
years Congress has rejected the
Reagan Administration's
proposal for aid to Israel, which
was for less money than the year
before.
"This is a fact that many
people do not know," Smith said,
adding that in each year
Congress brought the foreign aid
package up to the previous year's
level and increased it as the need
was perceived.
Smith, who was the final
speaker of the day-long political
action workshop, followed Gov.
Bob Graham and Sen. Paula
Hawkins.
Smith, who is Jewish, received
the most enthusiastic welcome
from the 300 Florida members of
AIPAC attending the workshop.
Because of the government's
money problems. Smith said, it
has become difficult to pass
appropriations for all the things
that the United States needs to
finance.
"But one of the things that has
not been hurt, but has, in fact,
been increased is aid to Israel,"
Smith said.
"That is in no small measure
due to two important issues," he
added.
"One, it is absolutely essential
to support a country whose
existence is inexorably entwined
with the United States, whose
roots, whose very essence of
being, whose moral imperative is
what this country was founded
on, and whose relationship with
the United States perpetuates all
that we care about as Americans
and as Jews." he said.
"And the second thing is the
tightness of it in regard to the
foreign policy of this country," he
added.
Smith compared the S2.6
Continued on Page 15-A
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Page6-A ThaJewith Florid^/Friday, April5,1966
French Angered
Anti-Semitic Violence Brings Solidarity March
W'UY>'J
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By EDWIN EYTAN
PARIS (JTA) -
Leaders of French political
and cultural life and
thousands of ordinary
Parisians reacted to the
latest incident of anti-
Semitic violence here over
the weekend with a mixture
of outrage over the act and
outpourings of sympathy
and solidarity with the
Jewish community.
Thousands of demonstrators
marched through the center of
the city to protest last Friday
night's bombing of the small
Rivoli Beaubourg cinema where
the fourth International Jewish
Film Festival was taking place.
A BOMB concealed under a
seat in the last row exploded at
9:45 p.m. Of the audience of
about 50 in the movie house at
the time, 18 were injured by
falling plaster or suffered burns.
Of three burn victims, two
remained hospitalized, one of
them requiring skin grafts. They
were not identified, but none was
on the danger list.
President Francois Mitterrand,
who is attending a European
summit conference in Brussels,
expressed the prevailing sen-
timent in a cable of "solidarity
with the victims and all of
France's Jews." He called for a
prompt and vigorous in-
vestigation.
SIMILAR EXPRESSIONS
came from government ministers
and opposition leaders, deputies
and representatives of the entire
- political spectrum. Even the
extreme rightwing National
Front, which many French Jews
suspect of anti-Semitism, con-
demned the bombing "without
the slightest reservations" and
called on the police to make every
effort to apprehend the per-
petrators.
Interior Minister Pierre Joxe,
who was one of the first to reach
the cinema after the bombing,
pledged that the national police
will "do all it can" to find the
terrorists. Mayor Jacques Chirac
of Paris made the same com-
mitment on behalf of the Paris
police force.
There were no immediate clues,
however. Two neo-Nazi groups
belatedly claimed responsibility
for the bombing in anonymous
telephone calls to the French
news agency. Agence France
Presse. Another caller, in Beirut,
told an American news agency
the bombing was the work of the
"Islamic Jihad" "in retaliation
for Israeli military activities in
south Lebanon."
BUT POLICE tended to
discount these claims although
known neo-Nazi groups, former
Nazi collaborators and
Palestinian groups are all
possibilities under consideration,
police sources said.
Emile Weiss, one of the film
festival's organizers, said that he
had received several threatening
calls last week, when the festival
opened. He said the caller spoke
unaccented French and
threatened to "blow up
everything including the
manager himself."
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festival, last Tuesday. But police
protection was withdrawn on the
following day despite the threats.
Police refused to comment or to
confirm that there had been
threatening calls.
A spontaneous demonstration
took place Saturday afternoon.
Sunday, close to 10,000 people
gathered outside the damaged
movie house at the call of the
Representative Council of Major
French Jewish Organizations
(CRIF). Its president. Theo
Klein, led them on a march to the
memorial monument to the
Unknown Jewish Martyrs, only a
few hundred yards from the
bombing scene.
AMONG THE marchers were
people prominent in French film,
including actress Simone
Signoret and actor Yves Mon-
tand, writers and academicians
and "just people who were
revolted by what had taken
place." one marcher said.
The bomb exploded during the
screening of a West German film,
"Eichmann," a movie about
Gestapo leader Adolf Eichmann,
the Nazi most directly respon-
sible for deporting millions of
Jews to the death camps during
World War II.
It was the third such incident
in Paris since 1980, although in
terms of casualties, not as serious
as the earlier ones. Four people
were killed in 1980 when
terrorists bombed the Rue
Copemk Synagogue during
Friday evening services. That
incident also triggered a mass
march of solidarity through the
streets of Paris.
In 1982. six people were killed
in a machinegun and grenade
attack on Jo Goldenberg's
Restaurant. a Jewish
delicatessen on the Rue Des
Rosiers. in the old Parisian
ghetto district.
THE INTERNATIONAL
Jewish Film Festival is a modest
event, its rather high-sounding
name notwithstanding. It drew
small audiences. But the act of
violence against it. instead of
frightening potential audiences,
drew crowds.
Less than 24 hours after the
bombing. the festival was
resumed at a different theater,
with "Eichmann" again the
featured film. Lining up at the
box office for the tickets were
Danielle Mitterrand, wife of the
French President: Minister of
Culture Jack Lang: Simone Veil,
former President of the
Parliament of Europe: Israeli
Ambassador Ovadia Soffer:
Israel's Deputy Minister for
Foreign Affairs Roni Milo, who
happened to be in Paris on a
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15,1985 / The Jewish Floridian Page 7-A
B, JUDITH KOHN
WASHINGTON -
IJTA) The recently-
concluded U.S.-Israel Free
Trade Area agreement
appears to be headed
toward its expected swift
congressional approval, as
the Senate Finance
Committee rejected
proposed amendments to
the pact.
Having turned down three
minor technical modifications,
the Committee voted to begin
consultations with the House and
Administration on preparing
legislation in support of the pact
initialled by Israel and the U.S.
earlier this month.
THE FT A provides for the
gradual elimination by both the
U.S. and Israel of tariffs on goods
traded between them. According
to the pact, duties on items
regarded as sensitive to import
competition will be phased out
more slowly than others, with all
tariffs and other trade barriers to
be eliminated within 10 years.
Although Congress has
already given its approval to
conclude the agreement in
principle, through its passage of
the Tariff and Trade Act of 1984,
the pact itself must be approved
by both Houses of Congress once
final legislation is formally in-
troduced by the President.
The 1984 legislation also
stipulates that the agreement
would be considered for approval
by Congress on an expedited
basis. It was this pledge to "fast
track" the President's bill
through Congress that provided
the justification for the Com-
mittee's refusal to introduce
amendments suggested. in-
cluding one by Committee
chairman Robert Pack wood IR..
Ore).
PACKWOOD'S amendment
would have authorized the
President to phase out tariffs on
all goods within 10 years in
accordance with the agreement.
The President's version ex-
cludes certain import-sensitive
items leaving them to subsequent
approval by Congress. The
House Ways and Means Com-
mittee has already adopted a
similar amendment to the one
proposed by Pack wood.
The clear indication given by
the majority of Committee
members, that they would reject
any change that might delay the
final drafting and approval of the
bill, caused some resentment on
the part of those seeking more
extensive debate of the
agreement that might address
concern about the American
textile and footwear industries in
particular, and the timing for
Israel's phasing out of subsidies
on export goods.
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no amendment can be made,
George Mitchell (I)., Me.), who
introduced one of the amend-
ments, told the Committee, "then
the consultation process of this
committee is annulled, it's a
charade, it's a farce." But Pack-
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it was in keeping with the
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track the bill.
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expected on the exact wording of
the bill to be formally introduced
by the President, a staff member
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They'll Be Sentenced Shortly
By GIL SEDAN
JERUSALEM (JTA)
A Jerusalem District
Court judge is expected to
pronounce sentence shortly
on two confessed members
of a Jewish underground
network held responsible
for a series of terrorist acts
against West Bank Arabs,
including murder, at-
tempted murder and
conspiracy to blow up
Islamic shrines.
Rabbi Dan Beeri. 40, a French-
born Catholic convert to
Judaism, and Yossi Edri, 25, the
first of nine defendants who
reached plea bargaining
agreements with the prosecution,
testified last week. Beeri ad-
mitted complicity in a plot to
blow up the Dome of the Rock
mosque on the Temple Mount in
East Jerusalem. Charges of
membership in a terrorist
organization and attempted
assassination of three West Bank
Arab mayors in June, 1980, were
dropped.
Two Israel Defense Force
officers, Shlomo Livyatan and
Ronni Gilo, who were allegedly
active in the underground, will be
tried separately pending the
outcome of the large trial which
opened a year ago. after the
underground was exposed by
police.
Altogether, 27 men were in-
dicted. One of them, Avinoam
Katrielli, 24, was tried separately
last year for illegal tran-
sportation of weapons in con-
nection with the Temple Mount
plot. He was sentenced to 15
months imprisonment, based on
his confession.
KATRIELLI WAS released in
February for good behavior after
serving 10 months of his sen-
tence. Two indicted suspects are
still at large. But 18 remain in jail
pending a court decision on the
admissibility of the confessions
they made initially and later
repudiated.
Most of the accused are
Orthodox Jews from the West
Bank, members or supporters of
the militant Gush Emunim. Their
trial has strong political
ramifications. They were arrested
after police foiled a plot to plant
bombs in five Arab-owned buses
in East Jerusalem. Subsequently
they were linked to assorted acts
of violence against West Bank
Arabs over a four-year period.
The trial created a sensation
when it opened last spring. After
several courtroom sessions, the
prosecution and defense agreed
to a postponement until after the
Knesset elections, held last July
23. It was resumed in September
but the proceedings came to a
virtual halt because of the
disputed confessions. The ac-
cused were denied bail.
BEERI, in a statement to
police in the early stages of the
investigation, made public only
last week, claimed that Rabbi
Moshe Levinger, leader of the
Gush Emunim in the Hebron
area, participated in a meeting
four years ago at which
destruction of the Islamic shrines
on the Temple Mount was
Half of French Jewry
Intermarried Since Ws
By EDWIN EYTAN
PARIS (JTA) From the
mid-sixties until now, more than
50 percent of French Jews who
married took a non-Jewish
spouse, according to a survey
carried out by the French
National Research Center and the
Hebrew University's Insitute of
Demographic Studies.
The 400-page study, just
released here by the National
Research Center, also found that
there are 535,000 Jews currently
living in France, about 200,000
fewer than previous estimates,
and that the average age of
French Jews is increasing.
THE PRINCIPAL authors of
the study are Prof. Doris Ben-
simon of Caen University, who is
chief research scientist at the
National Research Center, and
Dr. Sergio Dela Pergola of the
Hebrew University in Jerusalem.
They reported that the high rate
of intermarriage "is particularly
serious" for the future of the
Jewish community because 60
percent of the Jewish partners in
mixed marriages are women.
The researchers noted that in
French society "it is the father
who is the dominant note in the
family's religious practices and
cultural options." They predicted
that there will be fewer Jewish
males available for marriage in
the years ahead, according to
demographic trends in France,
and that consequently, an ever
larger proportion of Jewish
women will marry non-Jews.
On the basis of current
demographic trends in Western
Europe as a whole, and especially
in the European Jewish com-
munity, the study predicts "at
the best" a stabilization of the
French Jewish community and
probably a drop in its numbers
by the end of the century'. The
French Jewish community is the
largest in Western Europe.
DELA PERGOLA warned
that the community's average
age will continue to increase and
this ageing process will affect the
number of active community
members. This factor must be
borne in mind by Jewish com-
munity leaders and organizations
when they allocate resources and
lay the groundwork for
educational institutions during
the next 10-15 years, Dela
Pergola wrote.
So far, community leaders
have had no comment on the
study's findings.
discussed.
The meeting was held at
Kiryat Arba, the Jewish
township overlooking Hebron
which is regarded as the main
Gush Emunim stronghold in the
West Bank. Beeri, who admitted
to being present, said it was
attended by two of the alleged
leaders of the underground.
Menahem Livni and Yehuda
Etzion, in addition to Levinger.
According to Beeri's
testimony, the destruction of the
Islamic holy places was intended
to provoke Egypt into aban-
doning the peace process with
Israel, thereby forestalling the
return of Sinai to Egypt.
The plan was not carried out at
the time, according to Beeri.
because the chief instigators were
in Yamit attempting to thwart
government orders to evacuate
the Jewish township in Sinai.
Beeri said that after Yamit was
abandoned, he dropped out of the
plot.
A CONTROVERSIAL
sidelight of Beeri's testimony
was the visit by the district court
judges to the Heichel Shlomo.
headquarters of the Chief
Rabbinate, to hear Ashkenazic
Chief Rabbi Mordechai Eliahu
testify to Beeri's good character
and his excellence as a teacher
and scholar. Attorney General
Yitzhak Zamir had ruled that the
Chief Rabbis may not be sum-
moned to court.
But MK Shulamit Aloni of the
Citizens Rights Movement
sharply criticized the judges. She
maintained that their visit to the
Chief Rabbi undermined the
sovereignty of secular law in
Israel and was in contempt of
court.
Meanwhile, the police are
continuing to search for the two
missing suspects. One of them,
Ira Rappaport, is believed to be
in the U.S. The other, Yossi
Indor. reportedly is hiding out in
Israel.
Until these latest develop-
ments, the trial had almost
slipped from public view because
of the protracted legal
negotiations and the absence of
dramatic confrontations. Two
Knesset members, Deputy
Speaker Meir Cohen-Avidov of
Likud and Yuval Neeman, leader
of the Tehiya Party, called at-
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"Eyewitness Reports'
Differ Widely on Lensmen's Deaths
West Bank Jew Fatally Wounded
By HUGH ORGEL
TEL AVIV (JTA) -
An examination of various
"eyewitness reports" has
exposed wide discrepancies
in accounts of the incident
when two CBS television
news cameramen were
killed in the course of a
battle between the Israel
Defense Force and armed
Shiite terrorists in south
Lebanon.
Israel was initially condemned
by the CBS network chiefs in
New York and the foreign news
Israel's Lebanon Exit
Coming End of May
By DAVID LANDAU
And HUGH ORGEL
JERUSALEM (JTA)
A Cabinet minister was
quoted by the Army Radio
as saying the Israel
Defense Force's withdrawal
from south Lebanon is now
planned to be completed by
the end of May.
If correct, this would be the
first public confirmation on the
ministerial level that such a
timetable is in place.sssource,
Communications Minister
Amnon Rubinstein, who heads
the small, dove-ish Shinui fac-
tion, was quoted by other
reporters after a Cabinet session
to the effect that he hoped the
withdrawal would be completed
by the end of May within the
8-10 weeks mentioned earlier this
month by Premier Shimon Peres.
THE CABINET convened last
Sunday as a Ministerial Defense
Committee, the deliberations of
which are classified. Rubinstein
and three other ministers were
pressing for a debate on a speedy
withdrawal, the Army Radio
said. Defense Minister Yitzhak
Rabin responded that a debate
would be held in two weeks,
probably at the first Cabinet
meeting following the Passover
recess.
Other Cabinet sources in-
dicated that by then stage two of
the three-stage pull-out would be
all but completed. Cabinet
Secretary Yossi Beilin seemed to
confirm this when he told
reporters after the session that
the debate two weeks hence
would concern implementation of
the third stage and the related
issue of a security zone along the
international border after the
IDF departs Lebanon.
Rubinstein, who has been
urging that stages two and three
be combined to hasten the with-
drawal, was quoted by the media
as saying he was "partially
satisfied" with the outcome of
the discussion in the Cabinet.
Chief of Staff Gen. Moshe Levy
was present to report on the
tituation in Lebanon and the
rogress of the withdrawal.
THE FUTURE situation in
northern Galilee was discussed
by the Mapam Party's Central
Committee, meeting in the border
town of Kiryat Shemona. The
party's Secretary General,
Eliazer Granot, said Mapam
would support any efforts made
by the IDF to ensure the safety
of Galilee after the IDF is out of
Lebanon.
But he said expressions such
as "scorched earth" should be
avoided. He was referring to a
recent statement by Rabin that
the IDF would resort to a
"scorched earth" policy in
Lebanon if Israeli towns were
attacked from Lebanese soil after
the IDF pulls back across the
international border.
Representatives of "Parents
Against Silence," an
organization of the parents of
IDF soldiers serving in Lebanon,
met with Premier Peres Friday
morning. They appeal to him for
the speediest possible withdrawal
from Lebanon. Peres reiterated
his promise that all Israeli
soldiers would be out of Lebanon
in 8-10 weeks.
THE PARENTS told him that
almost every night they saw on
television the dismantling of
large concrete blocks and other
defenses in Lebanon which are
loaded on trucks for tran-
sporation back to Israel. "But
the bodies of our sons are also
being brought back," they said.
"We would rather the soldiers
were alive and the concrete
blocks left there."
media which alleged that an
Israeli tank had fired at point
blank range at the television crew
in Milki village. But Defense
Minister Yitzhak Rabin,
speaking to workers here, showed
a clipping of a story filed by a
British journalist who noted that
at the time of the incident, the
area was full of Shiite terrorists.
THAT REPORT would seem
to bear out the IDF's contention
that it was impossible to
distinguish between the CBS
employees and the terrorists who
wore civilian garb. A French
woman journalist filed two
contradictory reports. In her first
account, she claimed the incident
was a "deliberate attack." In a
report later the same day, she
said it was "clearly a mistake,
not a deliberate attack."
The so-called "eyewitness"
reports placed the IDF tank that
fired the rockets anywhere from
300 meters to three kilometers
from the victims. The Jordanian
television's Hebrew broadcast
from Amman said the tank fired
on the cameramen from a
distance of "half a meter" which
would place it some 20 inches
from its target.
CBS vice president for news,
Ernest Leiser, visited the scene of
the incident after Leiser con-
ferred with Premier Shimon
Peres' media adviser, Uri Savir.
The CBS executive said af-
terwards that the incident may
have been due to a "tragic
mistake" which deserved further
investigation. That was a far cry
from the original CBS charge
that the IDF fired deliberately at
the camera crew out of hostility
toward the media.
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Page 12-A The Jewish Floridian / Friday, April 5,1985

THIS
PASSOVER
PLEA
FROM
SOVIET JEWS
MAY
SHOCK YOU
THIS HAS BEEN SENT DIRECTLY TO THE FOLLOWING INDIVIDUALS AND
ORGANIZATIONS AT THE REQUEST OF THE REFUSENIKS.
Waller Annenberg
Isaac Asimov
Saul Bellow
Deborah Blumenlhal
Art Buchwald
Yakov Eisenberg
Stuart Eizenstat
tnna Fazels
Nataly Gilelson
Nathan Glaser
The Hon Arthur Goldberg
Armand Hammer
Joseph Hirshorn
Vladimir Horowitz
Henry Kissinger
Vladimir Martin
Bernard Malamud
Itzhak Perlman
Norman Podhoretz
Chaim Potok
Dorothy Rabinowitz
Judith Resnik
Rabbi Schneerson
Charles Silverman
Isaac Bashevis Singer
Barbra Streisand
Arthur Sutzburger
Elizabeth Taylor
Barbara Tuchman
Leon Uris
American Association lor Ethiopian Jews
Nathan Shapiro President
Agudath Israel ol America
Moshe Sherer. President
American Red Magen David tor Israel Inc
Louis Rosenberg National President
American Association ot Rabbis
Rabbi David L Dunn. President
American Federation ol Jewish Fighters.
Camp Inmates & Nazi Victims. Inc
Solomon Zynstem President
American Israel Public Affairs Committee
Robert Asher President
American Jewish Committee
Howard I Friedman. President
American Jewish Congress
Theodore Mann. President
American Jewish Historical Society
Ruth B Fein. President
American Jewish Joint
Distribution Committee
Heinz Eppler President
American Jewish Press Association
Robert Cohn. President
American Mizrachi Women
Rita Kuieid National President
American-Israel Cultural Foundation. Inc
Isaac Stern. Board Chairman
Americans for Progressive Israel
Harry Movchina. President
American Zionist Federation
Ben Cohen. President
Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith
Kenneth J Bialkm. National Chairman
Association lor Jewish Studies
Jane S Gerber. President
Association ot Hillel Directors
Jewish Camp Professionals
Abie Ingber. President
Association ol Jewish Libraries
Hazel Karp. President
B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundations
Larry S Moses. Director
B'nai B'rith International
Gerald Kraft. President
Cantors Assembly
Ivan E Perlman. President
Center tor Holocaust Studies
Yafla Ehach. Director
Central Conference ol American Rabbis
W Gunther Plaut. President
Coalition for Alternatives
m Jewish Education
Stuart Kelman, Chairperson
Commission on Social Action ol
Reform Judaism
Hams Gilbert. Chairman
Committee to Bring Nazi War Criminals to
Justice in U S A
Charles H Kremer. President
Conference of Presidents of Maior
American Jewish Organizations
Kenneth J Bialkm Chairman
Council of Jewish Federations. Inc
Ester Cardin. President
HIAS
Robert L Israelofl President
Hebrew Union College- Jewish Institute
ol Religion
Alfred Gottschalk. President
JWB
Esther Leah Ritz. President
Jewish Braille Institute of America. Inc
Jane Evans. President
Jewish Chautauqua Society. Inc
Marshall Blair. President
Jewish Education Service ol
North America. Inc
Mark Schlussel. President
Jewish National Fund ol America
Charlotte Jacobson. President
Jewish Publication Society ol America
The Hon Charles Werner President
Jewish Telegraphic Agency
Martin Fox Chairperson
Jewish War Veterans ol the United Slates
ol America
Samuel Greenberg. National Commander
Memorial Foundation for Jewish Culture
Jerry Hochbaum. Executive Director
National Committee for Labor Israel-
Israel Histadrut Campaign
Aaron L Solomon. President
National Conference on Soviet Jewry
Theodore R Mann, Chairman
National Council ol Young Israel
Morris Abram. National President
National Foundation lor Jewish Culture
Marver Bernstein President
National Jewish Community Relations
Advisory Council
Jacqueline K Levine, Chairman
North American Jewish Student Appeal
Adam Whiteman. President
Rabbinical Assembly
Rabbi Alexander Schapiro, President
Rabbinical Council of America. Inc
Louis Bernstein President
Reconstructions Rabbinical College
Ira Silverman. President
Sephardic Jewish Brotherhood of
America. Inc
Nick Levi. President
Synagogue Council ot America
Rabbi Mordecai Waxman. President
Torah Umesorah-National Society for
Hebrew Day Schools
Sheldon Beren Chairman National Board
Union of American Hebrew Congregations
Rabbi Alexander M Schmdler President
Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregafions
of America
Sidney Kwestel President
United Jewish Appeal
Stanley Horowitz President
United Synagogue ot America
Marshall Wolke. President
Women's American ORT
Gertrude White. President
World Jewish Congress
Edgar M Bronfman President
World Zionist Organization
American Section
Bernice S Tannenbaum. Chairman
Yeshiva University
Norman Lamm President
This is a reprint of a chilling let-
ter we received from the Soviet
Union.
We are publishing it on the eve of
Passover because our brothers and
sisters in the Soviet Union have
asked each of us to consider their
desperate plea as we celebrate the
F.xodus from Egypt.
Since last Passover, arrests, im-
prisonments, and torture have in-
creased dramatically. Jews whose
only crime has been their desire to
reach Israel have watched in horror
as the Soviet Regime has fanned
the fires of anti-Semitism.
Please read this letter at the
Seder table and then encourage
your family and friends to join with
us by dedicating their time, talents,
and resources to work on behalf of
the 3,000,000 Jews of the Soviet
Union.
AN OPEN LETTER TO
THE JEWS OF THE
WEST:
We address you with our words of accu-
sation and trust.
We are those who have demanded our
right to live in our own home, in Israel.
We are those who are not considered
model citizens of the Soviet Union be-
cause we have declared, "I have a dream."
We are those who want to see joy in the
eyes of our loved ones, not the bitterness
of separation.
We are also those who, while trying to
combine loyalty to our country of residence
with the unity of our collective Jewish des-
tiny, are using our last bit of strength to
survive.
WE. TOO, WISH TO
CELEBRATE FREEDOM
We call on you, the Jews of the West,
those who spend their efforts on the paper-
work of endless conferences, races, and
picnics on the grass in defense of Soviet
Jewry, and those who are still full of illu-
sions and see solidarity in philanthropy ex-
pressed in gifts of blue jeans. We call on
you to show your solidarity by your deeds.
And we say: enough, brothers and sisters,
of chewing over our despair while dining at
Lindy's. Enough of cocktail parties and
empty declarations.
There have been enough warning state-
ments. The time has come to sound the
alarm. There have been enough expres-
sions of concern. The hour has come for
some practical action.
HAVEN'T YOU LEARNED
FROM THE PAST?
Remember ... in Rome, in Spain, in
France, in Holland, in Russia. Remember
also, "half our childhood is soaked in
blood" Remember fear and desperate ap-
peals before the war? They never found a
receptive ear until the Holocaust swept
everything and everyone away.


Friday, April 5,1986 / The Jewiah Floridian PaeI3-A
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DO YOU NEED FACTS?
Must we show you the bloody larynx of
Anatoly Scharansky and Alexander Khol-
miansky, after force feeding during their
hunger strikes in prison?
Do you need to touch the broken ribs of
ZacharZunshain broken in the Siberian
fr Gulag?
Or see the blind eye of losef Beren-
shtein, which was gouged out in prison?
Do you need to penetrate the barbed
wire of labor camps, the walls of psy-
chiatric clinics, guard rooms, and prison
cells to feel the pain and anguish of
Nadezhda Fradkova, losef Begun, Yan
Mesh, Yuri Tarnopolsky, Yakov Levin, Mark
Nepomnishy and Yuli Edelstein?
How can we convey to you that squeam-
ish "politeness" thrown into our faces by
the KGB? You people who discuss ter-
rorism at a leisurely pace, in what kind of
framework would you place us?
DO SOMETHING FOR THOUSANDS
OF SUFFERING JEWISH FAMILIES
You, Jews of the West, are patient when
you are told by the Soviet Anti-Zionist Com-
^mittee that the process of family reunifica-
tion has ended. Yet, somewhere there is
the suffering of hundreds of thousands of
separated families.
To us you appeared indifferent when the
Prime Minister of Israel handed over to the
President of the United States a letter from
Leningrad Refuseniks which reflected the
cherished dreams of Soviet Jews.
Turn on your television sets, open your
papers, and ask yourselves how much
space you have devoted to our plight in
your programs and publications. Would it
be too much for you to scrape together
some dollars, pounds, shekels or francs
and publish on the front pages of leading
newspapers and magazines the lists of
those who have been unable for years to
see their loved ones?
COLLECT THE TEARS OF JEWISH
MOTHERS. SEPARATED FROM
THEIR CHILDREN
We are asking you to collect, drop by
drop, the tears of all the Jewish mothers
separated from their children and place
the vat of tears in front of the Soviet Em-
bassy. It is, of course, very nice and it
comes from the heart when you speak of
solidarity with Soviet Jews. But what polit-
' ical problem has ever been solved by mere
statements of solidarity?
Our appeal is not meant to be an ex-
pression of ingratitude or a reproach
against your passivity, but a call for con-
crete action. Russia has always under-
stood only concrete deeds and a practical
approach.
Let the experience of Disraeli and Mon-
tefiore, of Rothschild and Kissinger be of
help to you.
AS YOU CELEBRATE FREEDOM,
REMEMBER THOSE WHO ARE
'NOT FREE
It is to you, political, public, and religious
leaders; to you, businessmen and
bankers, doctors and teachers, scientists,
engineers and workers; to you, the Jews of
Europe and America, that we Soviet Jews
are appealing now.
We appeal to all those who have not for-
gotten their ancient links with Abraham, Is-
sac, and Jacob. We in the East and you in
the West have the same roots- no matter
how the currents of the river have swept us
apart. The river keeps flowing-this river of
Jewish blood.
The brotherhood of Jewish martyrdom
is eternal. It's not the blood that flows in the
veins but in the blood that flows out of the
veins.
IF YOU CANNOT HELP US.
WHO WILL?
Take the truth of the Moshiach (Mes-
siah) out of the sheets of your souls and
beat it into the iron will of deeds.
Who, if not you, can help us remove the
stone from the mouth of the world?
Signed:
Leningrad:
Olga Achiezer
Evgenia Arnosova
Mikhail Averbuch
Sofia Bruk
Anatoly Chechik
Boris Deviatov
Boris Elkin
Margarita Elkina
Boris Fridman
Semion Frumkin
Arkady Goldman
Nadezhda Goldman
Yakov Gorodetsky
Vladimir Gorodnitsky
Leonid Kelbert
Maria Kelbert
Leonid Kleinman
Sergey Ksido
Evgeny Lein
Anna Lifshitz
Vladmir Lifshitz
Efraim Lifson
Lidia Melnichenko
Ludmila Neizvestnaya
Elena Novikova
losif Radomysilsky
Leonid Rokhlin
Mikhail Salman
Lev Segalov
Ella Shvartsburg
Alexandr Slobodov
Galina Tsyvin
Mikhail Tsyvin
Grigory Vasserman
Mikhail Vinaver
Arkady Yakerevich
Moscow:
Alia Barash
Evgeny Briskin
Inessa Brokhina
(now in Israel)
Vladimir Broksky
Olga Grechanovsky
Evgeny Grechanovsky
Igor Kharakh
Dmitri Khazankin
(now in Israel)
Leonid Praisman
Boris Yanikov
Marina Yanikova
Vitaly Yurik
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'Birthday,' by Marc Chagall. This work, oil collection of the Museum of Modern Art,
on canvas, dates from 1915 and is in the New York.
Immortal A rtist
Marc Chagall 'Slips Away' at 97
By EDWIN EYTAN
PAIS (JTA) Marc
Chagall, the Jewish painter
who was considered the last
surviving master of this
century, died last Thursday
night at his home in the
south of France at the age
of 97.
Chagall, who had designed the
stained glass windows and the
tapestries at the Paris Opera and
the Knesset building in
Jerusalem. will be best
remembered, however, for his
eerie, dream-like portrayals of life
in his native city of Vitebsk at
the turn of the century.
Chagall was the master of a
world of fiddlers playing on the
roofs of snow-covered huts, of
lovers floating in the skies and
old men and cows sitting cross-
legged on pale blue clouds.
ART EXPERTS throughout
the world, in the West and in the
East, considered Chagall one of
the half dozen greatest artists of
the century. In the West, the
greatest museums in Western
Europe and America vied for his
works; in the East, the Soviet
Union invited him to "return
home" when he last visited
Moscow in 1972.
He wa one of only three
painters who had a full exhibit of
their work at the Louvre while
still alive. The other two were
Picasso and Braque.
Chagall died during his sleep at
his home in Saint Paul de Vence.
His second ife, Valentina
Brodsky, Vava, whom he married
in 1952, was with him. The mayor
of the village in which Chagall
had lived and worked for the last
20 years, Marius Issert, said the
Eainter "simply slipped away
e died of old age."
ISSERT SAID he was buried
Monday in the small village
cemetery and said it was an
intimate non-religious ceremony
to which only close friends were
invited.
Jean-Louis Prat, director of the
Maeght Foundation in Saint Paul
School Competition
BONN tfTA) The town
council of Reutlingen has an-
nounced a competition among
local high school students to
design a tablet commemorating
Jewish victims of Nazism in
Reutlinsen.
Chagall left for St. Petersburg to
study painting at the Imperial
Academy and in 1910 went to
France.
In Paris, he later said, he felt
for the first time in his right
element at "La Ruche" on the left
bank of Paris, at the time the
home of Modigliani, Soutine and
Leger. A few years later, he
returned to Russia to marry his
childhood sweetheart. Bella
Resenfeld, whom he later por-
trayed hundreds of times as the
fiance floating in the skies. Till
her death in 1944, she was to
remain his favorite model.
In Russia, he headed the
Vitebsk Art Academy to which
he was appointed by the newly
established Bolshevik govern-
ment. But the Bolsheviks
dismissed him because they did
not find his art sufficiently
"realistic" in what was to be the
Communist style.
Chagall then left for Moscow
where he painted the murals of
the Jewish Theater. One of the
murals depicted Lenin as an
acrobat hanging in a circus with
his head down. The Jewish
Theater burned down in the
1920's but some of the paintings
were salvaged.
CHAGALL was bitter till the
end that the Communist regime
kept most of his works hidden,
out of sight. Most of these
paintings as well as the curtain of
the Jewish Theater were last put
on public view during Chagall's
last trip to Moscow in 1972.
He returned to France, via
Berlin, in 1923 and was to live in
the south of France till the Nazi
invasion. It was during this
period that he developed some of
his strongest influences and
inspirations. The main thing
which happened to him during
these 20 years, he was to say
later, was his trip to Palestine in
1931.
He went at the request flfeJL
French editor who wanted him to
illustrate the Book of Prophets.
The Bible was to remain,
however, as his main influence till
the end.
In 1973. 42 years after this
trip, the French Minister for
Cultural Affairs, Andre Malraux,
inaugurated the Chagall Biblical
Museum in Nice in which most of
the paintings with a Biblical
message are on view. In 1977, a
special exhibition of tapestries,
vases and stained glass windows
with Biblical themes was held in
the museum. m
CHAGALL FLED the Nazi
occupation and arrived in New
York in 1941 where he painted
some of America's most famous
theater decors, especially the
settings for Igor Stravinsky's
Firebird Suite in 1942.
After the war he returned to
France, first to Paris then to the
south. It was during this period
that he drew the tapestries which
decorate the Knesset building in
Jerusalem, the stained glass
windows at the Paris Opera, the
murals at the New Yj;'1'
Metropolitan Opera and, in 197^71
the stained glasses at the Reims
Cathedral. In 1977 he was the
first living painter to have an
exhibition of his works held at
the Paris Louvre Museum.
Chagall was till the end of his
life close to Jewish issues and to
Israel. He often regretted that he
did not have the opportunity to
visit Israel more often. He loved
Jewish stories. Jewish food and
Jewish culture.
Marc Chagall
and a close friend of the Chagalls,
said he had visited him a few
days earlier and had found him to
be tired but alert. Issert, who was
in regular contact with Chagall's
wife, said that "during the last
two weeks, he only went out into
his garden and took ever shorter
walks."
His last known public ap-
pearance was last July when the
French government marked his
98th birthday by inaugurating a
museum to house his paintings
near his home. Chagall attended
the ceremony .
CHAGALL WAS born July 7,
1887 in a relatively poor Jewish
family. His father was a fish-
monger, with Hasidic traditions
in Vitebsk. At the age of 20,
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Friday, Aprils, 1985/The JewishFloridian Page 15-A
\w Economic Package
Price of Goods Rises Dramatically At MFAC Mee*in Broward
Rep. Smith Wows Crowd
kviD LANDAU
SALEM (JTA)
>rices of hundreds
and services went
)-15 percent as of
Sunday night as
introduced a new
package deal
last week by the
it, business and
Irut.
plan was put into
nediately at the in-
dI Finance Minister
Modai and the
Association, despite
^position from many
and labor who argued
timers should not be
J higher prices barely a
Lre the start of the
Holidays.
IODAY and his aides
it the Treasury could
^sustain its subsidies of
land other items in face
declining Shekel. The
?rs Association
I to pull out of the deal
ras any delay in im-
r the price hikes.
lid they had agreed to
tage with the un-
kg that the first round
kcreases would become
n mediately. A week
ovemment hiked the
is and other fuels by 13
kage deal calls for price
a two-month freeze at
vel, to be followed by a
piind of increases and
eze. It replaces the
freeze package in-
kst January which had
success. Subsidies
to drain the Treasury
tion soared by 13.5
[February compared to
five percent rise the
month. The new
'has been called
teaganites
lei Hopes
Arabs?
lued from Page 5-A
an agreement with
^n that will be imposed
Bm."
fame time Dine praised
Reagan, he also ex-
Dncern that in recent
administration has
fb expectations. During
21 presidential press
President Reagan
jlnited States would be
I meet with a combined
of Jordanians and
Palestinians in talks
[to direct negotiations
if we draw away from
stiations it will revive
bility that the PLO will
come to Washington
eived at the moment
Arafat is the weakest,
enable Arafat to once
krcise veto power over
Aing Hussein.
IFAT feels he can get
from the United
thout Hussein, he has
to support the king,"
pd if this process occurs
ogical step will be U.S.
n of the PLO. "Unless
fcess is stopped in its
will cause strained
between the United
Israel, and it will
the national unity
nrirrlBTiael and It will
| peace process."
euphemistically a "rein-
terpretation" of the one it
replaced.
MODAI WAS determined to
ignore the protests by Histadrut
and many of his fellow ministers
to hold the price rises in abeyance
until after Passover. Deputy
Premier David Levy spoke of
"streams of housewives" jam-
ming supermarkets Saturday
night to make their holiday
purchases before the new prices
took effect.
The new package deal was
adopted in the course of a
grueling debate in the Knesset
over the new national budget
which began last Tuesday and
ended in the early hours of Friday
morning. The bleary-eyed
lawmakers finally agreed to a
budget of 20.2 trillion Shekels
(about $23 billion), for the 1985-
86 fiscal year.
The debate, which kept
Knesset in session three days
beyond its scheduled ad-
journment for spring recess was
marked by acrimonious
wrangling whith the various
Orthodox parties over allcoations
for their religious institutions.
Tha Labor Ministry also
demanded increased funds for
Kupat Holim, the Histadrut sick
fund.
Continued from Page 5-A
billion the United States gave to
Israel in 1984 to the $60 billion to
$80 billion the United States
spent to finance 250,000 NATO
military personnel used to
protect Western Europe.
"We paid $2.6 billion to Israel,
not only to boost their economy,
not only to help that country, but
to do in the Middle East what we
are doing with NATO for 20
times as much," Smith said.
In an impassioned speech.
Smith added: "A strong, secure,
strategically-placed Israel is in
the best interests of the United
States. Make no mistake about
it.
"That little country, an island
of democracy in a sea of hatred,
in a sea of non-recognition, in a
sea of enmity does for itself
what America would do for itself
if it were in that position."
Smith also had praise for the
work of AIPAC, which he said
has worked to "dispel the
misinformation that has
abounded in this country for
years about Israel and the
relationship between the United
States and Israel."
He said AIPAC has worked
"to set right the record in terms
of the necessity for a strong and
secure Israel as it relates to the
best and most desirable foreign
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looking out for the police, who
would take the atkk away if they
found thesn playing. 'When we
got caught they uaed to make us
break the atick"
ROSEN AND the other kida
alao would aeU souvenirs at
collage football games. But the
kida again would have to watch
out for the police who. if they
caught them selling button* and
pennants, would lock them in the
bathroom for the entire game-
Rosen's story follows him from
New York to the University of
Miami where he met TV 4 an-
chorman Ralph Remck and TV 4
weatherman Bob jaeaver as
students in the radio and
broadcaat school. Rosen, who
first worked for Channel 4 as an
intern in 1960, joined the
production crew staff full-time in
1961.
"We did everything. I was a
cameraman. I worked the
microphone boom. Stage
manager. I even swept the
floors." Rosen recalled.
SINCE THAT time, Rosen has
seen the technological advances
in television where first they used
black and white film, then color
film and finally videotape
"We now have so many
capabilities. We can go live from
Washington, D.C. via satellite, or
a Live Eye van can feed a report
back from the airport for the 6:15
show," he said.
"The things you can do now
are just astonishing," Rosen
said.
The biggest breaktrhough
occurred in the mid-1970s with
the development of videotape
which freed TV stations from the
time-consuming chore of
processing film.
"There are so many things you
can do with videotape that you
can't do with film," Rosen said,
referring to sophisticated editing
methods.
ROSEN ALSO was there when
ports history was made m South
Florida, when the Miami
Dolphins had a perfect season
And when the University of
Miami wan the NCAA national
frx/'.bsE championship
"You name it." Rosen said. "I
was there when the Dolphins
were bom
Another highlight included the
1950 college football game when
the Canes defeated Purdue one
week after the Boilermakers
Notre Dame's 47-game
[streak.
Curiously the greatest sports
moment that Rosen remembers
has less to do with the game
played and more to do with the
sports coverage.
In the late 1950s, the
University of Florida Gators
played Louisiana State
University, whose team was
ranked number one.
ROSEN WAS supposed to fly
up to Gainesville, film the first
half, fly back to Miami and have
highlights for the evening
broadcast.
But rough weather grounded
the first airplane. The station's
general manager had to charter a
plane out of Fort Lauderdale to
get Rosen up to Gainesville.
By the time Rosen arrived at
the game, the first half was
almost over. He had time to
shoot less than three minutes of
film before be packed up, flew
back to Fort Lauderdale, drove
like crazy down to Miami,
processed the film, edited it and
did, indeed, have it ready for the
broadcast.
ROSEN LUCKED out. In the
less than three minutes of film he
shot, LSU scored a touchdown
and a field goal, but that was all
the scoring that day. "I had the
score."
"It showed me we knew what
we were doing. It put us on the
map," Rosen said, referring to
local TV aggressively covering
sports events.
Rosen said TV sports, which
has come a long way, still has a
way to go. He is looking forward
to the day when management will
realize that sports is a viable
situation, that a good depart-
ment needs four or five people on
the sports beat.
Now, Rosen is going to take six
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THE PARTING between
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difference of opinion on bow the
sports department should be run
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company of Kohlberg. Kravis
and Roberta purchased Channel
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owned by the late Col. Mitchell
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family business atmosphere that
dominated under Wolf son. "He
ran it as a family business, and I
liked that. These people are
business people. I don't find any
fault with that." Rosen added.
"I just find it a little bit dif-
ficult to do some of the things
they want done." he said.
"They don't believe in having a
sports department as large as it
That was the biggest dif-
ference They just don't believe in
it."
THE NEW sports director is
sports anchor Tony Segreto. who
has worked with Rosen for 17
years. Last Friday. Segreto, in an
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The Golden Ball At Temple Emanu-El Celebrating
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Saturday, March 23, 1985, In The Friedland Ballroom
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Vow Cooperation With Israel
Christians, Moslems Want South Lebanon Peace
By HUGH ORGEL
TEL AVIV (JTA)
Christian and Moslem
residents of south Lebanon
near the Israeli border have
promised to cooperate with
Israel to maintain peace
and order in the security
belt just north of the border
after the Israel Defense
Force completes its with-
drawal.
But they may well have to deal
with Palestinian terroriata who
confirmed that they are returning
to the areas of south Lebanon
from which they were ousted by
the IDF in 1962, to continue their
war against Israel.
ABOUT 100 Christian. Shiite
and Surmi Moslem dignitaries
from border villages met with
Brig. Gen. Shlomo Ilya, the
IDF's chief liaison officer with
the population in the south of
Lebanon. Ilya promised that the
"good fence" the
arrangements by which Lebanese
could freely enter and leave Israel
for commercial or personal
purposes before June, 1962
would be reinstated after the IDF
leaves Lebanese soil.
The village headmen promised
in turn that they would support
local civil militias to maintain
order in the region and would
encourage young men to enlist in
them. Ilya, who met with them in
the Shiite village of J'bail, a few
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Israel-backed South Lebanon
Army would have a central role in
maintaining peace.
In Amman, meanwhile, Khalil
Wazir, senior deputy and top
military aide to Palestine
Liberation Organization chief
Yasir Arafat, said PLO members
loyal to Arafat were returning to
south Lebanon. He confirmed
that they have participated in
attacks on the withdrawing IDF,
carried out mainly by Shiite
terrorists.
WAZIR SAID that 60 PLO
fighters were killed in those
attacks over the past five
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Wee Praise for Secret Airlift
Frid^,ARrg6.1986/ThtJiriiih^>Aiia P^blX
By KEVIN FREEMAN
|NEW YORK (JTA) -
leading American
sh organizations have
used the United States
its role in the secret
Hjft of hundreds of
(hiopian Jews from the
dan to Israel.
at the same time they
ght to keep a tight lid on any
her public disclosure of
of the operation beyond
iai has already appeared in the
erican news media.
Israel continued its silence on
| rescue of Ethiopian Jews, as
as since Operation Moses was
bd Jan. 6 due to premature
tlosure of its details. The
lie House and the State
rtment had no official
nent on the latest airlift or
1 role played by the U.S.
hrnment.
(RESIDENT REAGAN has
1 reporters at the White House
It he had "no comment" on the
Iration. A State Department
Ikesman, Brian Carlson, was
Ked as saying, "We have no
hment, and we don't plan to
je anything."
keeping with the
ministration's policy of
ning quiet on details of the
won, White House Chief of
If Donald Regan said, "I'm
going to comment on that
!," when asked about reports
I the airlift during an ap-
ance Sunday on NBC-TV's
[the Press."
think in cases
1 humanitarian
where
efforts
we
to
rescue various types ot people, 1
think instead of reporters and
senior Administration officials
discussing it in public, it's best
left to the historians," Regan
said.
"You can blow these things
very easily," Regan continued.
"And I would suggest that in the
future we may be trying to rescue
either ethnic or religious groups
who are trapped for one reason or
another. And I don't think it
serves any good purpose to
discuss it."
Kenneth Bialkin, chairman of
the Conference of Presidents of
Major American Jewish
Organizations, in a statement,
said, "As an American I am filled
with pride. As a Jew I am filled
with gratitude by the unselfish
and humanitarian action of our
government and of the personal
involvement of Vice President
George Bush and President
Reagan."
HE ADDED that "what they
did here shows that the United
States is willing when it has the
opportunity to do so to help those
people who want to help
themselves in seeking freedom."
The National Jewish Com-
munity Relations Advisory
Council, in a statement, said,
"We are profoundly moved by
the report of the three-day
operation completing the
evacuation of virtually all of the
Ethiopian Jews left in the refugee
camps after the airlift was halted
in January, and we welcome the
actions of the United States
government. It is very much in
the spirit of the special
relationship of the United States
and Israel."
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the airlift, the operation involved
the United States Air Force, the
CIA and the State Department.
The evacuation, the reports said,
brings to Israel virtually all
Ethiopian Jewish refugees who
were stranded in Sudan after the
airlift carried out by Israel from
November to January was
halted. Some 8,000 Jews were
reportedly brought to Israel
during that operation.
LOS ANGELES TIMES,
which carried the first reports of
the three-day evacuation, said
that it was worked out by Bush
in a meeting Mar. 6 with
Sudanese President Gaafer al-
Nimeiry. The Times reported
that Nimeiry told Bush he had no
objection to the removal of
refugees from Sudan as long as it
was done quickly and quietly,
and according to other reports,
that it was not conducted with
Israeli planes.
The White House is widely
reported to have given its ap-
proval for the operation. While
there are no precise figures of
how many Ethiopian Jews were
flown out on the propeller-driven
C-130 transport aircraft, it is
reported that about 900
Ethiopian Jews lived as refugees
in Sudan for about a year.
They were believed to have
been in the Gedaref area, about
200 miles southeast of Khartoum.
The Times correspondent
reported that the area in the
Tawawa refugee camp where the
Jews had been housed was
deserted.
THE OPERATION, the Times
correspondent in Sudan, Charles
Powers, reported, began at dawn
on Friday. The Ethiopian Jews
"were moved in a top secret and
closely timed operation." He
wrote that "the refugees, who
had been moved during the night
from Tawawa, a camp six miles
away, were loaded swiftly,
probably in groups of 80 to 90
with each plane staying on the
ground only as long as
necessary."
Powers. reporting from
Gedaref, was detained in a state
security compound for 16 hours
and released when the operation
was completed. He quoted un-
named sources as saying Nimeiry
should easily ride out any
criticisms for tacitly backing the
second airlift.
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Pag*gO-A The Jewish Floridian/Friday, Aprfl 6,1986
Reagan Stands by Dachau Decision
Hoopster Aukie Perry Fingered
For Using Dangerous Drugs
By DAVID FRIEDMAN
WASHINGTON -
(JTA) President Reagan
has reaffirmed that he will
not visit a concentration
camp site when he goes to
West Germany in May
because he believes the
40th anniversary of the end
of World War II should be
trated as a celebration and
not used for "reawakening
the memories" of the war.
Reagan, in answering a
question at a nationally-televised
press conference, also said that
the German people have "a guilt
feeling that's been imposed upon
them and I just think it's un-
necessary."
JEWISH ORGANIZATIONS,
and particularly groups of
Holocaust survivors, have urged
Reagan to visit a death camp site
after it became known that he has
ruled out a trip to Dachau during
his participation in V-E Day
ceremonies following the Western
economic summit in Bonn.
When Reagan was asked why
he would not visit the camp site,
he replied:
"I feel very strongly that this
time in commemorating the end
of that great war that, instead of
reawakening the memories and so
forth and passions of the time,
that maybe we should observe
this day as the day when 40 years
ago peace began and friendship
because we now find ourselves
allied and friends of the countries
that we once fought against."
REAGAN SAID the an-
niversary should "be almost a
celebration of the end of an era
and the coming into what has
now been some 40 years of peace
for us, and I felt since the Ger-
Wfoo Loves
Israel Most?
Continued from Page 5-A
actor who is expressing the most
genuine commitment and is the
most reliable.
"ISRAEL HAS been the
bedrock of democracy and of
American support in the Middle
East," Graham said.
Sen. Hawkins was no less
adamant in her support of Israel.
"Yes, I'm pro-Israel because I'm
pro-freedom, pro-liberty and pro-
justice for the Judeo-Christian
world," she said, adding that she
receives flak from some people for
being too pro-Israel.
Sen. Hawkins reacted coyly
when told that Graham spoke
earlier to AIPAC. "Is that right?
He must be running for
something," she said.
But then Sen. Hawkins said
the seat is hers, and it will be the
people in Florida who will decide
if they want to fire her.
Graham acknowledged that
one of the options he has in the
future is to run against Sen.
Hawkins. "I'm not going to make
a decision until this legislative
session is over," he said.
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that can remember even the war
and certainly none of them who
were adults and participating in
any way and they do, they
have a feeling and a guilt feeling
that's been imposed upon them
and I just think it's unnecessary.
"I think they should be
recognized for the democracy
that they've created and the
democratic principles they now
espouse."
Reagan denied that West
German Chancellor Helmut Kohl
has asked him to take such a
position. The West Germans had
reportedly suggested the Dachau
visit. "In talking just informally
some time ago with Chancellor
Kohl and others, we all felt the
same way," Reagan added, "that
if we could observe this as the
beginning of peace and friendship
between us."
IN NEW YORK, the Rab-
binical Assembly criticized
Reagan's remarks. Rabbi
Alexander Shapiro, Assembly
president, said that while the
President "has done much to
perpetuate the memory of the
Holocaust," he nevertheless
"created the impression that we
can forget the past because
today's generation of German
citizens and leaders were not
responsible for the actions of the
Nazis."
Shapiro added, "The entire
world must never be permitted to
forget the dreaded actions of the
Hitler era that destroyed many
millions of people, including six
million Jews ... the Holocaust
must never be eliminated from
the pages of German history .
The world must make certain
that such acts are never
repeated."
By HUGH ORGEL
TEL AVIV (JTA) Aulcie
Perry, one of Israel's leading and
most popular basketball stars,
has been charged in a Tel Aviv
Magistrate's Court with
possession and use of dangerous
drugs. Perry is also scheduled to
testify in the case of Yitzhak
Kotlovsky of Bnei Brak who has
been charged with supplying
Perry with seven doses of heroin
on three separate occasions in
February.
Although Kotlovsky ia
charged with buying heroine and
supplying it to friends free of
charge, the charges against Perry
mention sums of money paid,
including a doll worth 92 Swiss
francs Perry brought back from
Switzerland while returning from
a basketball match in Zagreb,
Yugoslavia.
Perry has declined to comment
on the changes. Maccabi
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comment but noted thaTp-
has not yet made known hi,
for next season.
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from the United States 10 v.
ago. .converted to Judaism,
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has been one of the mainstay,
the Israel and twice EurooL
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He was identified as Maray
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pngressman William Lehman (D., N. Dade) meets in
Washington with Samuel J. Rabin (left), chairman of the
htional Planning Corporation and a current member and
\rmer board member of Temple Israel. Rabin is also a former
ember of the board of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation.
D'Amato New Helsinki Chief;
Vows Pressing Soviets on Rights
WASHINGTON -
ITA) )- Sen. Alfonse
I'Amato (R.. N.Y.) vowed
pat he will "place the issue
^ Soviet human rights
lolations squarely before
le international Experts
leeting on Human Rights
nen we meet in Ottawa in
lay," following his being
pied chairman of the
elsinki Commission, a
|>ngressional group that
pnitors Soviet compliance
|th human rights accords.
ienate Majority Leader Robert
p IR.. Kans.) announced last
pli that D'Amato was
lacing Rep. Dante Fascell (D.,
I) as chairman of the Com-
Ision.
WRING HIS meeting with
I a dozen represenUtives of
ban rights organizations in
[United States. D'Amato said.
pre are literally millions of
T'e who are being brutalized
Soviet regime that mocks its
I Constitution."
|e told the representatives of
organizations that his agenda
"lairman included seeking to
ase the level of Jewish
ration from the USSR. He
J that the problem of the
eniks is a critical one. since
e past five years the level of
Ri ^igration hs fallen
"> 51.000 to 896. In addition.
wo noted, the Soviets are
ed in a deliberate revival of
Cuomo Raps
Reagan's
[Dachau Snub
otinued from Page 1-A
'sPent the years since 1945
FWwg to expunge the
J7t of the Holocaust and to
L* reality." He added.
F comments. I'm afraid.
', it more difficult to
to young people the
v of remembering the
and meaning of the
*. Those who counsel
"Wg the Holocaust and its
expose humanity to
*"ous danger." Cuomo is a
w of the U.S. Holocaust
'l Council.
Sen. D'Amato
anti-Semitism aimed at snuffing
out the religious soul of Soviet
Jewry.
D'Amato stated that the
upcoming Ottawa meeting offers
an unprecedented opportunity to
review Soviet actions. "This is
the first conference the Soviet
Union has ever agreed to where
the sole and specific agenda is
human rights," he said.
"Morality dictates that we speak
out on behalf of the millions who
are forbidden to do so or we will
make our attendance a mockery.
"AND IF the Soviets seek to
ignore the facts in Ottawa then
we will confront them in Helsinki
in August. And if they look away
again we will raise the issue in
October during our meeting in
Budapest. We will relentlessly
pursue the issue of their gross
violation of human rights until
they begin to abide by the
Helsinki accords they agreed to
ten years ago."
D'Amato met with Habib
Mayer, chairman of the Afghan
Community of America;
Roxalana Potter of the Captive
Nations Committee; Zee Sy
Schnur and Seymour Katz of the
Coalition to Save Soviet Jews;
Eric Chenoweth of the Com-
mittee in Support of Solidarity;
Malcolm Hoenlein of the Jewish
Community Relations Council of
New York; Frank Milewskiof the
Polish American Congress; and
Ihor Dlaboha of the National
Ukrainian Congress Committee.
Think Tank-ers
'Paternalism' Behind Economic Woes
Continued from Page 1-A
for their center which Kristol
called, in an interview with The
Jewish Floridian. an
"educational think tank."
DORON SAID the center is
"trying to create a better
grassroots understanding ... by
teaching people a better economic
vocabulary and economic syn-
tax."
In more direct terms, the
center's aim is to teach Israelis
the advantages of a more
capitalistic, freer market system
in contrast to the controlled,
socialistic structure now in place.
"Markets are more efficient in
allocating resources than the
government." Doron added.
"They're more democratic
because the markets reflect the
will of the people."
KRISTOL SAID. "It's no
longer socialism. It's pater-
nalism."
Kristol. who is a professor at
New York University's school of
business, said the center wants to
teach Israelis to be more self-
reliant, adding that it wants to
"unleash the productive forces
that are now trapped in a
paternalistic structure."
Under this structure, Doron
and Kristol contended, Israel is
mired in a deep econom it-
depression.
Doron debunked the three
major rationales used to justify
Israel's current position, which
he called only "partially true."
THE HIGH "defense budget"
often is given as a reason for
Israel's budgetary problems, but
Doron argued this is offset by the
billions of dollars in aid Israel
receives from the United States.
"They also say we are a poor
country because we have no
resources. No oil. no minerals.
But we have the one resource
that today pays more than any
other resource. That's brain
power.
'"We have more scientists in
absolute terms than Switzerland
has. More MIT graduates per
capita than any other country
outside the United States.
Israelis also are first in the world
per capita in publishing scientific
papers," he added.
IRVING KRISTOL
"BUT INSTEAD of putting
this brain power to work, to
produce, we are wasting it. We
are forcing people to go out of the
country because a professor has
to earn $700 a month in Israel
and pay 60 percent in taxes."
The final reason often given as
a justification for Israel's
economic problems is the high
cost of absorbing new im-
migrants. "This was true in the
"50s. but unfortunately Israel has
no immigrants to absorb
anymore.
"At the moment we're doing
the opposite. We're training
doctors for the United States,
and engineers and scientists."
IF ISRAEL is to climb out of
its economic mess, both Doron
and Kristol said, certain basic
initiatives must be implemented.
They are:
Cut the government budget
to bring expenses more in line
with income.
Cut tax rates.
Loosen red tape and
regulations.
"There really is no argument
on these things. It doesn't matter
if you're a conservative
economist or a liberal
economist," Kristol said.
"The funny thing is you don't
find any well-informed people
who defend the present system.
All that people will say is. It is
hard to change it."
The Center for Social and
Economic Process is trying to do
just that.
Collaboration
Research Scientists Gets New Funds
NEW YORK (JTA) An
unprecedented collaboration
between two of the world's
foremost research institutions,
the Rockefeller University and
the Weizmann Institute of
Science, will be made possible
through a contribution by the
Rapid-American Corporation, it
was announced by Mona
Ackerman, R-AC president.
A new foundation, the
Foundation for the Rockefeller
University and the American
Committee for the Weizmann
Institute of Science, Inc., will be
funded by the Rapid-American
Corporation through a con-
tribution of $5 million which is
expected to generate $500,000 per
year from investment.
It is anticipated that the
beneficiaries of the new foun-
dation will ultimately share in an
aggregate of at least $14 million.
"THE MAGNITUDE of the
research efforts undertaken by
these two institutions is enor-
mous and they have already
contributed significantly toward
finding solutions to the world's
most pressing problems."
Ackerman said. "Our ardent
hope is tha the award will enable
the Rockefeller-Weizmann
scientific teams to work together
even more intensively and
fruitfully to eradicate disease."
According to Dr. Joshua
Lederberg, president of the
Rockefeller University, the
establishment of the new
foundation will bring the two
institutions closer together in
ways that would not otherwise
have been possible.
"We expect that the foun-
dation will support work in many
fields, but many of its initial
efforts are likely to be in
biomedical research areas like
cancer biology, the
neurosciences. molecular
genetics, immunology, plant
genetics and parasitic diseases,
as well as other fundamental
science," Lederberg said.
"Research in these fields would
impact on a wide range of human
problems."
PROF. MICHAEL Sela.
president of the Weizmann
Institute of Science, said that
this new formal link with the
Rockefeller University will serve
as the catalyst for Weizmann and
Rockefeller scientific teams, both
in New York and in Israel, to
deepen their range of potentially
life-saving research. "The for-
malization of the Weizmann
Institute's link with the
Rockefeller University adds a
bold new dimension to the
relationship between the two
institutions we are most
grateful to the Rapid-American
Foundation and the Riklis
family," he said.
Additionally, the subjects and
findings of the research sup-
ported through the new foun-
dation will form the basis of
international symposia involving
leading scientists from in-
stitutions throughout the world.
Bill Passes Reading
JERUSALEM (JTA) A
bill that would make denial of the
Holocaust a criminal offense
punishable by up to three years
imprisonment, has passed its
first reading in the Knesset and is
expected to become law without
difficulty.


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Ireland's Jews

Breathe Sigh of Relief
Continued from Page 1-A
of Irish Jewry, the change which
has overcome the Irish people's
appraisal of World War II. as
well as Ireland's sensitivity to
international public opinion now
that it is a fully-fledged member
of the European Economic
Community.
It may also have been not
unconnected with the fact that
Ireland is shortly to play host tc
Israel's Irish-born President
Chaim Herzog and its healthy
respect for Jewish public opinion
j) the United States.
The protests agains Menten's
possible return to Ireland were
initiated by Community leader
Joe Briscoe. dentist son of the
iate Robert Briscoe. a Jewish
ix>rd Mayor of Dublin. They were
energetically taken up by
Briscoe's politician son Ben. a
member of the late Eamon de
Valera's Fianna Fail Party, and
two other Jewish parliamen-
tarians, Alan Shatter, of the
ruling Fine Gael Party, and
Mervyn Taylor, the Irish Labor
Party's chief whip.
MENTEN. whose wealth is
believed to stem from valuables
stolen from his victims during
the war, had last visited Ireland
in 1975, but his links go back to
1964 when he bought a large
country house on a 22-acre estate
near Waterford.
The house, which he used to
visit about four times a year, is
reputed to contain much of his
art and antiques collection said to
be worth some 10 million pounds
sterling. Some of it is said to have
been looted from Jews in 1943
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Two Views of Passover
Ethiopians Recall First Exodus
dfewisln Floridia
Miami, Florida Friday, April 5,1985 Section B
JEREMIAH UNTERMAN
First Seder Friday Eve
To Launch Passover
The story of Passover, the holiday celebrating the
nodus of the ancient Israelites from their bondage in
t, will be told in readings from the Haggadah at the
st Seder Friday evening, Apr. 5. In Orthodox tradition,
second Seder will be held Saturday evening, although
kany Conservative and even Reform or liberal Jews
blebrate Passover with a second Seder, also. If in doubt,
heck with your spiritual leader.
The holiday begins with the traditional Siyum on
riday morning, Apr. 5, following Shachrit services, with
(fast day for Jewish firstborn males in commemoration of
}e tenth plague, the slaying of firstborn male Egyptians.
A ritual in the home called Bedikat Chometz, a search
|r chometz or things not kosher for Passover, begins the
rening before, Thursday, Apr. 4. All food, utensils, and
[her items gathered are cleared from the home or, in
[me cases, "made kosher" in consultation with a rabbi.
pth this ritual and the fast day for Jewish firstborn
lales are predominantly Orthodox and Conservative
(servances.
All dietary laws observed during the first two days of
ssover remain in effect until nightfall of the eighth day
Passover, which this year will be Saturday, Apr. 13.
Jtermediate days are known as Choi Hamoed, which
pirstarting at nightfall on Sunday, Apr. 7.
Gov. Graham At United Synagogue
Senior Conference May 6
ln May 6 a conference will be
F at Tempie Beth Torah.
T^ac, entitled, "A Precious
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njjogue of America, the
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pnam, who will speak on the
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i.n.mTLUnitie8 towfd senior
*ns. i he prograrn wiu include
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iGrL. "5 Jewh Federation
I S^l Fort Lauderdale and
Wneastern Region Rab-
binical Assembly. Lou Meltzer is
president of the Southeastern
Region of United Synagogue and
Harold Wishna is director of the
Region.
Rabbi Ted Feldman is
president of the Rabbinical
Assembly, Southeastern Region;
Abraham J. Gittelson is
educational director of the Jewish
Federation of Greater Fort
Lauderdale. Helen Weisberg will
act as consultant for CAJE. The
committee planning the con-
ference includes Harold Wishna,
Lynn Pollack, Helen Weisberg,
Dorothy Rubin, Sol Shulman,
Rabbi Ted Feldman, Rabbi Kurt
F. Stone, Rabbi Paul Plotkin,
Rabbi Donald Crain. Abraham J.
Gittelson and Norman Pollack.
By ANDREW POLIN
Jewish Floridian Staff Writer
Hebrew people, per-
secuted and oppressed in
the country they lived in,
wandered through a desert
in search of the Promised
Land.
This story of Passover is well
known as each year Jews retell
the tale of liberation when God
brought them forth out of Egypt
into Israel. Each year Jews are
taught to feel that they them-
selves were brought out of
bondage.
THIS YEAR Ethiopian Jews
actually wandered through a
desert in search of their Promised
Land.
"It sends chills up my spine to
think the first holiday the
majority of these Ethiopian Jews
will celebrate in Israel is
Passover," said Jeremiah
Unterman, director of the
masters program in Jewish
studies at Barry University.
"This is a modern analogy and
parallel to the Biblical story," he
added.
"Here is a community of
Ethiopian Jews who have lived a
similar kind of life to what the
Bible tells us about the Jews of
Egypt," Unterman explained.
"They have been oppressed.
They have been accursed. They
have been exploited. They have
been killed.
"AND NOW they are making
an Exodus to the land of their
redemption, the land of Israel,
which unlike other oppressed
Jews, such aa the Soviet Jews, is
the only land they want to go to.
They want to go to Israel."
Unterman said the Ethiopian
Jews' plight also more closely
mirrors the Hebrews in Egypt
than other oppressed Jews. While
Operation Flying Carpet in the
1950s flew en masse Yemenite
Jews directly to Israel, Ethiopian
Jews just like their Biblical
counterparts "actually
wandered in the desert" before
they were taken onward to Israel,
Unterman said.
WHERE, however, did the
Ethiopian Jews come from and
how did they get separated from
the mainstream of Jewish life?
"It is hidden in the mists of the
past. We may never know the
origins of that community,"
Unterman said.
One belief is that they are the
descendants of the lost tribe of
Dan. Another theory is that they
are the descendants of a tryst
between King Solomon and the
Queen of Sheba.
"I think that based on the fact
that they were unaware of
Rabbinic Judaism until the end
of the last century, and based on
the customs they keep from the
Bible in more vigorous fashion
than Jews of the Rabbinic
tradition they were separated
from the rest of the Hebrew
people before the Talmud came
into being," Unterman said.
"THEY INDEED may have
Deen a group of Jews who came to
Ethiopia at the end of the biblical
period-
"That's conjecture. We have
no proof," he added.
Ethiopian Jews first became
known during the medieval
period when word of their
existence reached European
circles. During the Renaissance,
they were recognized by rabbinic
authority as Jews.
During the Middle Ages a
Jewish kingdom existed in
Ethiopia not unlike the presence
of the Hebrews in Egypt. By the
14th and 15th Centuries,
Ethiopian Jews already were
being oppressed. They become
Continued on Page 2-B
PROF. MARVIN SWEENEY
IM Prof. Sweeney Takes
Historical View of Holiday
Passover the story of
God taking the Hebrew
people out of bondage in
Egypt and into Israel is
a Biblical account. But
except for the story of
Moses and the Hebrew
slaves in the Book of
Exodus, there are no
historical records in-
dicating that Moses or the
I sraelites ever escaped from
Egypt.
There are, however, historical
records of a Semitic people.
Anshel Borzykowski (left), a
member of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation's Volunteer
Service Bureau, accepts a
plaque presented by Ken
Biersan, GMJF campaign
director, to recognize Bureau
members for their outstanding
service to the Federation and
its annual campaign.
perhaps the Israelites, whose
excursion into Egypt parallels
the story of the ancient Hebrew
people, and may be tied to it.
"THERE IS a great deal of
historical background to this, but
also historical confusion," ac-
cording to Marvin Sweeney,
assistant professor of religion at
the University of Miami.
Sweeney said Egyptian
historical records mention a
people called the Hyksos who
could be the Hebrew people,
although this has never been
established. Hyksos is an
Egyptian term meaning foreign
ruler.
Sweeney said the Hyksos. a
Semitic people, in approximately
1800 BCE came down from the
land of Canaan and established
their rule over Egypt.
THIS COULD be the
background to the story of
Joseph in the Book of Genesis.
Sweeney said. "The Hyksos may
represent a Semitic people,
possibly Joseph, his brothers and
Jacob, coming down from
Canaan to Egypt and
establishing themselves as a very
important people."
Sweeney also said there is a
theory that the ancient Hebrew
people were just part of the
Hyksos entourage when the
Hyksos first entered Egypt.
"By 1550 BCE, native
Egyptian armies or soldiers rose
up and threw the Hyksos out of
Egypt and chased them all the
way back into Canaan," Sweeney
said.
Sweeney said it is possible that
the ancient Hebrew slaves are
tied to the expulsion of the
Hyksos. One theory is that many
of the remaining Hyksos. who
could not flee to Canaan, became
Continued on Page 2-B


Page 2-B The Jewish Floridian / Friday, April 6,1986
Israel Willing To Meet
Non-PLO Arab Reps.
ByHUGHORGEL
JERUSALEM (JTA) Premier Shimon Peres
told the Cabinet that Israel is prepared to meet any time,
anywhere with a joint Jordanian-Palestinian delegation,
provided that the Palestinians are not members of the
Palestine Liberation Organization.
HE REITERATED, however, Israel's opposition to
any prior meeting between U.S. officials and such a joint
delegation, as proposed by President Hosni Mubarak of
Egypt. According to Peres, that would only serve to work
out a common position inimical to Israel. He said the
Americans were also opposed to talks with the Jordanians
and Palestinians in advance of direct talks with Israel.
President Reagan said at a White House press
conference last week that "'we are willing to meet" with a
joint delegation that does not include PLO members. A
State Department spokesman said later that Reagan's
remark indicated no change in U.S. policy.
Administration Policy
Unchanged On PLO
By JUDITH KOHN
WASHINGTON (JTA) -
The Reagan Administration is
discouraging the impression that
the U.S. changed its position on
meeting with a joint Jordanian-
Palestinian delegation.
In a briefing, State Depart-
ment spokesmen Bernard Kalb
said that President Reagan had
not indicated a change of policy
toward the proposed delegation
in his remarks at a press con-
ference.
"If you take everything the
President said in its totality you
will note there is no change in
U.S. policy," Kalb said on
Friday. He said the U.S. remains
open to the possibility of meeting
with the Jordanian-Palestinian
delegation. "If such a meeting
contributes to the goal of direct
negotiations between Israel and
its Arab neighbors."
At a nationally televised press
conference, Reagan said that "we
are willing to meet" with a joint
delegation as long as it does not
include members of the PLO.
Egypt and Jordan have been
urging the U.S. to talk with such
a delegation since the conclusion
of an agreement between Jordan
and the PLO in February. But
both had maintained that par-
ticipation by PLO members could
not be avoided.
Kalb said that a meeting
between Administration officials
and the joint delegation "is one of
a number of suggestions which
have been made and no final
decisions have been taken." He
said that all suggestions would
be explored during the visit by
Assistant Secretary for Near
Eastern and South Asian Affairs
Richard Murphy to the Mideast
next month.
Ethiopian Exodus
Continued from Page IB
known as "Falashas," a
derogatory term which means
stranger.
BY THE 17th Century, the
Ethiopian Jews had lost their
independence. Many were sold
into slavery, and they were
forbidden to practice Judaism.
Even in recent years, Christian
land barons keep them as slaves.
Now, 15,000 Ethiopian Jews
have made their exodus to Israel.
From the original story of
Exodus, God is often quoted as
saying, "Let my people go."
But Unterman explained the
Biblical cry is often taken out of
context. What God actually said
is, "Let my people go that they
may serve me."
THE ETHIOPIAN Jews now
are in Israel where they may
worship the God. who, in their
eyes, brought them forth from
bondage.
Jews traditionally end the
Passover seder by saying "Next
year in Jerusalem."
For many Ethiopian Jews,
next year in Jerusalem is this
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slaves. Another theory, based on
the belief that the Hebrew people
were just part of the Hyksos'
entourage, states that the
Israelites became slaves under
Egyptian rule after the Hyksos
were defeated.
SWEENEY ALSO said there
is historical evidence supporting
some tie between the Hyksos and
the Israelites because the place
where the Israelites settled down
both when they are free and later
when they are slaves is in Zoan.
The capital city of the Hyksos
empire was called by three dif-
ferent names A vans. Tan is
and Zoan.
"When the Egyptians kicked
out the Hyksos. they sacked the
city and established their own
empire," Sweeney added.
An additional historical tie,
Sweeney said, is that the
Egyptians used Hebrew slaves to
build two cities Pithon and
Raameses.
"RAAMESES HAS been
identified as Avaris, Tanis and
Zoan. It's the same city."
Sweeney said.
Egyptian historical records
also indicate these cities were
built or rebuilt during the reigns
of two Pharaohs Pharaoh Seti
I who ruled from 1304 to 1290
BCE and Pharaoh Raameses II
who continued the building.
This gives researchers a time
frame to deal with which is
especially important because the
Book of Exodus mentions these
two cities as being built.
"We also know that during the
reign of a third pharaoh. Mer-
neptah. there is the first mention
of the Israelites in the land of
Israel," Sweeney said, adding
that this puts the time period at
1220 BCE.
This 70-year framework, from
about 1290 BCE when the cities
were built, to 1220 BCE, fits the
time span when the Hebrew
people probably left Egypt and
wandered the desert for 40 years.
ARCHAEOLOGICAL
evidence indicates heavy
destruction in Canaan 1250 to
1200 BCE which. Sweeney said,
many scholars identify as the
time of Joshua and Israelite
conquests.
Thus, although there k M
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Friday, April 5,1985 / The Jewish Floridian Page 3-B

All Ethiopian Jews Now Out Of Sudan, Thanks To U.S.
By KEVIN FREEMAN
NEW YORK (JTA) -
Sen. Alan Cranston (D.,
Calif.) said he believes that
all Ethiopian Jews
previously stranded in the
Sudan when Israel was
forced to halt its rescue
operation last January are
now out of that country
following last week's secret
airlift of Ethiopian Jews
conducted by the United
States.
In a telephone interview from
Washington, Cranston also
disclosed details of his efforts last
month which led to all 100
members of the Senate signing a
letter to President Reagan urging
that the Administration seek
permission from the Sudanese
President, Gaafer al-Nimeiry,
"for the immediate resumption of
the airlift."
THE LETTER, dated Feb. 21,
noted Nimeiry's earlier com-
ments in a New York Times
interview in which he stated that
Sen. Alan Cranston
the "Ethiopian Jews and all other
refugees now living in the
Sudanese camps were free to
leave the country provided they
did not go directly to Israel."
According to Cranston the
Administration's response to the
letter was very positive. He
received a telephone call from
Reagan saying he shared the
concern of the senators on the
deteriorating situation in the
refugee camps, and later a
telephone call from Vice
President George Bush in-
dicating his concern for the
Ethiopian Jews.
Cranston said he was par-
ticularly seeking to draw the
attention of Bush to the issue
since Bush was scheduled to visit
the Sudan in early March. "I
figured that this was the time for
a breakthrough," Cranston told
the Jewish Telegraphic Agency.
IT HAS BEEN reported in
several leading newspapers that
Bush successfully laid the
groundwork for last week's airlift
when he met with Nimeiry in
Khartoum on Mar. 6. The rescue
mission is reported to have been
conducted by the Central
Intelligence Agency, along with
the aid of the State Department
and the U.S. Air Force.
Several hundred Jewish
refugees were airlifted in a
precise, three-hour operation that
began in the early morning last
Friday on an airstrip near the
town of Gedaref. The Los
Angeles Times correspondent,
Charles Powers, who first
reported the airlift, wrote that "a
quiet but diligent search was
made of all the refugee camps in
eastern Sudan, where the
Ethiopian Jews were likely to
be found."
Powers reported this week that
five Ethiopian Jews were located
in a camp called Um Rakoba
about 40 miles inside the
Sudanese border, "a refugee
camp where almost 1.200 Jews
died last summer after they had
trekked out of their homeland in
Gondar Providence in Ethiopia,
fleeing famine."
POWERS REPORTED that
the five Ethiopian Jews were
Continued on Page 11-B
M
Jewish National Fund-Hallandale Jewish Center
Purim Celebration Honors Joseph and Edna Palanker
Left to right: Jack Berkowitz. Celebration Chair-
man. Rabbi Carl Klein, Spiritual Leader Hallan-
dale Jewish Center, Sydney Holtzman, Edna and
Joseph Palanker, Honorees, Meyer Pritsker, Vice
President, Jack Spiegel, President Hallandale
Jewish Center. I
Rabbi Carl Klein, Spiritual Leader Hallandale
Jewish Center, and Chairman JNF Hallandale
presents a beautiful plaque to the honorees Edna
and Joseph Palanker, while looking on is Royal
Kweit, Financial Secretary of Hallandale Jewish
Center.
Left to right: Jack Berkowitz, Celebration Chair-
man, Martin Forsythe, Jack Spiegel, President
Hallandale Jewish Center, Rabbi Carl Klein, Spir-
itual Leader Hallandale Jewish Center and Chair-
man Hallandale JNF, Joseph Palanker, Honoree,
and Royal Kweit.
'.Left to right: Joseph Palanker, Honoree, Cantor Zvi Adler, Rabbi Klein,
^Spiritual Leader Hallandale Jewish Center, Jack Berkowitz, Chairman of
j the Celebration, Zev W. Kogan, President Jewish National Fund Southern
Region, Roslyn Unger, Administrator Jewish National Fund, Jack Spiegel,
I President Hallandale Jewish Center, and Royal Kweit.
_ Dr. Carl Klein, Spiritual Leader Hallandale Jewish Center, and
Chairman Jewish National Fund Hallandale, reported that the Hallandale
Jewish Center-JNF Purim Celebration honoring Joseph and Edna
Palanker, was an outstanding success. The honorees, Joseph and Edna
Palanker, proved equal to the occasion by establishing a Woodland of
2000 Trees in the Menachem Begin and Aliza Begin Peace Park in the
Negev.
Rabbi Klein lauded the honorees as two of the outstanding Jews that
jny community in the United States would be proud to adopt. Mr. and
M-s. Palanker are hard working, devoted to all charitable causes, and
mostly dedicated to the cause of Judaism and Israel. "Their generosity
fnows no bounds," said Rabbi Klein. "They are in the forefront to do and
help, to lead in any cause that is noble and humane. The Palankers are
True Jews' who always say Hineni' (Here I am).
."We are privileged that they live among us six months a year."
continued Rabbi Klein, "escaping from the winter cold of Buffalo, N.Y., to
tod the warmth of Hallandale, while we find the real sunshine m their
Presence here."
Honoree Joseph Palanker addresses the assembled guests, while looking [
on are Rabbi Carl Klein, Spiritual Leader, Hallandale Jewish Center, and\
Royal Kweit, Financial Secretary Hallandale Jewish Center.
Zev W. Kogan, President JNF Southern Region, was the guest
speaker. He spoke on the present conditions facing Israel, and the role the
Jewish National Fund plays today in helping and securing the economic
conditions in Israel, as well as its future development. Zev Kogan thanked
Jack Berkowitz, the Chairman of the Celebration, as well as Meyer
Pritsker, Vice-President Hallandale Jewish Center, and the board and
gave special mention to all the guests of the dais. He thanked Rabbi Klein
for his devotion, and dedication to the Jewish National Fund, and called
him the moving JNF spirit in Hallandale.
Joseph and Edna Palanker responded in a most moving address,
telling of their devotion for over one-half century to Judaism and to Israel,
and pledged to continue their support of the Jewish National Fund. Rabbi
Klein lauded Mr. and Mrs. Palanker's son, who came to participate in the
honor tendered to his parents.
The guest artists were Cantor Zvi Adler, who sang a special rendition
of Purim Songs; at the piano was Maestro Shmuel Fershko, one of the
foremost Israeli pianists and composers.
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'Bread of Faith'
1,000 Kids Helped Bake Matzoh 'Schmurah'
Jewish Floridian Staff Report
Jewish mystics call it the
"bread of faith" because it
supposedly has spiritual
and physical powers. Each
year this "bread of faith"
reminds Jews celebrating
Passover that God led the
Israelites out of slavery in
Egypt.
Simply, it is called
"unleavened bread' or "mat-
zoh ."
Although many Jews buy
commercially made, mass-
produced matzoh, hand-baked
schmurah matzoh" still is used
by Jews who seek to conform to
the strictest standards of making
unleavened bread.
LAST WEEK students from
Landow Yeshiva in Miami Beach
hand-baked "schmurah matzoh"
and helped some 1.000 school
children bake matzoh at an
exhibition in the Carillon Hotel
sponsored by the Chabad
Lubavitch movement.
Rabbi David Golowinski. rabbi
of the West Avenue Jewish
Center and director of the
matzoh-baking exhibition, ex-
plained that "schmurah" means
"watched."
"Those who use schmurah
matzoh want to be 100 percent
sure that no moisture has af-
fected this flour," he said, adding
that the flour must not be mixed
with water until right before it is
made into matzoh.
"The flour or the wheat that is
used in the process of making
matzoh is constantly supervised
Rabbi Golowinski
from its initial cutting to assure
that no moisture will affect the
wheat, which would start a
fermentation process of sorts."
GOLOWINSKI explained that
Jewish law requires that the
person making the matzoh must
be thinking that the matzoh is
being made for the sole purpose
of the mitzvah of matzoh.
"The intent is that they are
making it for Passover," he said.
Many rabbis, according to
Golowinski, question whether
matzoh made by a machine meets
this requirement. "We have yet
to create a computer that
thinks."
When making the matzoh, the
Argentina's Alfonsin Wins
JTS Freedom Medal
d
By YITZHAK RABI
NEW YORK (JTA) -
President Raul Alfonsin of
Argentina pledged here his
continued commitment to human
rights and religious freedom in
Argentina and vowed to fight
intolerance against Jews and
other minorities in his country.
The Argentinian President
made his pledge at the Jewish
Theological Seminary of America
where he received the JTS's first
Centennial Medal for Religious
Freedom for his contribution to
human rights and religious
pluralism in Argentina.
Dr. Gerson Cohen, chancellor
of the JTS, said in presenting the
medal to Alfonsin, "The Jewish
community is giving public
recognition to your role in
restoring human rights to the
people of Argentina." Cohen said
that Alfonsin's leadership has
brought Argentina out of the
darkness of military dictatorship
"and set it on the path toward
justice, economic stability and
true democracy."
Alfonsin warmly thanked the
JTS for the award. He said in a
short speech in Spanish that a
new "international moral order"
must be established to guide
relations between men and
nations.
Attending the ceremony was
Sen. Gary Hart (D., Col.I who
also praised Alfonsin s leader-
ship. "Today," Hart said in a
short speech, "we applaud the
Argentine people for their
historic march toward freedom;
and we applaud you, Mr.
President, for your unflinching
leadership against anti-Semitism
and repression.
The former Presidential
candidate added, "In word and
deed. President Alfonsin has
made it clear that in Argentina's
renewed democracy there will be
no room for repression, and no
room for religious persecution of
any kind."
PARIS (JTA) French
writer Claude Lanzmann was
awarded the French Jewish
Foundation's 100,000-franc prize
for 1985 for his film "Holocaust"
which portrays part of the World
War II Jewish drama. The
Foundation, presided over by
David de Rothschild, aims at
developing all forms of Jewish
culture and of preserving the
past.
IDF Searches
Shiite Village
TEL AVIV (JTA) The
Shiite village of Shehur, about 18
kilometers east of Tyre, has been
searched by the Israel Defense
Force for terrorists and weapons.
According to sources of the
United Nations Interim Force in
Lebanon, 150 of the village's
male population were ordered to
assemble on the soccer field for
interrogation. At the same time,
soldiers searched their homes
where their wives and children
were confined, the UNIFIL
sources said. The operation was
observed by the Finnish con-
tingent of UNIFIL.
The IDF reported meanwhile
four attempted attacks on army
posts and units in south
Lebanon. There were no
casualties.
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rolling pins are sandpan-l
down to insure that old douVu
not mixed in with the next batch
Bakers of "schmurah matzoh
must make sure it is not too thick
or the entire matzoh mav not t
sufficiently cooked. They also
must perforate the dough before
it is placed in the oven to make
sure it bakes thoroughly
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Palestinian To Face Trial In 1982
Bombing Of Rome Synagogue
By LISA BILLIG
ROME (JTA) A 24-
vear-old Palestinian who
served a 20-month prison
sentence in Athens for
smuggling explosives will
be extradited shortly to
stand trial here as an
alleged accomplice in the
October 9, 1982 terrorist
attack on Rome's main
synagogue in which two-
year-old Stefano Tache was
killed and 33 worshippers
were wounded.
Last Tuesday, the Greek
Minister of Justice. Jargos
Alexandros Mangakis, signed an
extradition order requested by
the Italian government for Abdel
Osama Al Zomar who was living
in Italy on a student visa at the
time of the attack.
AL ZOMAR, bom on the West
Bank, was arrested at Kipi on the
Greek-Turkish border on
November 22. 1982 after 60 kilos
of TNT was found in the trunk of
his Mercedes car. A companion.
Mohammad Al Fayez, was also
arrested but since released.
Al Zomar had been posing as a
student in Italy, first in Perugia
and later at the University of
Bari. He never showed up for
exams A letter he wrote from his
FLO Must OK
Arab Delegates
By OIL SEDAN
JERUSALEM (JTA) -
Two prominent Palestinians.
mentioned as possible members
of a joint Jordanian-Palestinian
delegation to negotiate peace
with Israel, made it clear that
were they to be asked to join such
a delegation they would need the
prior blessings of the Palestine
Liberation Organization.
But Mayor Elias Freij of
Bethlehem and former Mayor
Rashad A-Shawa of Gaza said
that so far nobody has ap-
proached them to join any
delegation. Freij, a leading
moderate who has long urged
Peaceful coexistence between
Israelis and Palestinian Arabs,
"aid that any Palestinian invited
to participate in peace talks
would have to receive the public
approval of the PLO's executive
committee before he accepted.
"' the Citizens Rights Movement
-nat he would be willing to
Participate in a Jordanian-
falestinian delegation to
negotiate with Israel. But he
ooubted the Israelis would allow
nun to. He added that even if he
*as part of a general delegation,
* was sure it would not act
against the dictates of the PLO.
Shawa was asked by the CRM
PfPle if Jordan and the PLO
WUd go any further to advance
k! P^e P"**". He called on
">e PLO to conditionally
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m Yasir Arafat could make
^ognition of Israel conditional
PaW rael. recK"iz'ng the
would urge this," Shawa said.
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Ban provided the first clue of his
involvement in the synagogue
attack.
A court of appeals in Piraeus
ruled in favor of extradition on
April 29, 1983. But Greek law
mandated that he complete the
sentence for the crime he was
convicted of in Greek territory.
Al Zomar's term was up nine
months ago. His lawyer managed
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the European Convention of
Paris to argue that Italy could
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"hostile" environment.
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the next few days under escort by
Interpol agents.
Mrs. Yetta Ashendorf, a member of the
Point East Chapter of American Red Magen
David for Israel, receives a "Pikuach
Nefesh" plaque from Southeast District
Director Robert L. Schwartz. The plaque
recognizes Mrs. Ashendorf's donation of an
ambulance to Israel in honor of her friends.
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Harry and Edith Gampel were the honorees
of the Turnberry Isle Premier Ambassador
Ball. The black tie event, held on behalf of
the Greater Miami Jewish Federation's 1985
Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency
FundProject Renewal-Or Akiva Campaign,
also featured guest speaker, Zvi Brosh,
Israel's ambassador to Romania. Seen at the
event are (left to right) Mr. and Mrs. Herbert
Canarick, Mr. and Mrs. Brosh, and Mr. and
Mrs. Gampel. Herbert Canarick is the
general chairman of the AventuraTurnberry
CJA-IEF campaign.
Federation To Benefit From B&P Event
Norman Braman (right), 1985 general campaign chairman of
the Greater Miami Jewish Federation's Combined Jewish
Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund, presents Harry and Edith
Gampel with an award at the Turnberry Isle Premier
Ambassador Ball held recently at the Diplomat Hotel. The
Gampels were honored for their continuing commitment to
Greater Miami's Jewish community, and for their efforts in
strengthening the Federation campaign in the Turnberry Isle
community.
Mark H. Friedland has an-
nounced that the Young Business
and Professional Campaign
Division of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation will hold a
SI00 minimum gift event on
Sunday, April 14.
The cocktail reception will be
held at the Miami Airport Hilton
beginning at 7 p.m. Friedland.
the event chairman, added that
Howard Stone, an author and
lecturer on Middle East affairs,
will be the guest speaker.
Among those planning to
attend are Federation president
Samuel I. Adler; 1965 General
Campaign chairman Norman
Braman; and Norman H. Lipoff,
Federation's immediate past
president.
Howard Stone is the former
director of Overseas Operations
for the United Jewish Appeal. He
is also a writer whose short
stories, poetry and articles have
appeared in many publications.
Ellen Rose, chairman of the
Young Business and Campaign
Division, reported that the New
World Horizons featuring Marty
Kaye will perform for music and
dancing.
Co-chairing the event are Lyn
J. Pont, arrangements com-
mittee, and Susan Neshick,
campaign committee.
Veteran Refuseniks Emigrate
WASHINGTON (JTA> -
Several long-time refuseniks have
been given permission to
emigrate from the Soviet Union,
the Union of Councils for Soviet
Jewry reported. They are Victor
(".liner and Alexander Ym-
polosky, from Leningrad; and
Tatyana Levinson, Alexander
Khazinov, Boris and Marina
Shainus, Ala Abersomson and
the Golkhberg and Rosenberg
families, all of Moscow.
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1985 UNIVERSITY SUMMER SEMINARS
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week seminars with on-campus social and cultural activities
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Senators Diffpr
Should Israel Heed U.S. Public Opinion?
Friday, April 5,1985/ The Jewish Floridian Page 7-B
By DAVID FRIEDMAN
WASHINGTON -
(JTA) Two U.S.
Senators differ on whether
Israel should pay attention
to public opinion in the
United States.
Sen. Steven Symms (R.,
Idaho) told the 150 persons
participating in the 1985
Washington Mission of the New
York United Jewish Appeal-
Federation of Jewish Philan-
thropies that Israel, by bowing to
U.S. pressure in Lebanon in 1982.
"snatched defeat from the jaws of
victory." Symms said that at the
time he told then-Israel
Ambasssador Moshe Arens to
"ignore" both the American
press and the State Department
"and do what you have to do to
prosecute the war to a victory."
HE SAID if Israel had kept up
the fighting in Beirut for another
72 hours, despite the heavy
casualties it might have caused,
"everything would have worked
out. 1 think the Syrians would
have been forced to come to
Israel to make a settlement. The
way it happened, they got off the
hook." and the situation has
worsened with terrorists
returning to south Lebanon,
Symms said.
He added that Israel has
bowed to this type of pressure at
the end of three wars. He said the
same thing happened to the U.S.
in Korea and Vietnam where, he
said, the wars were won on the
battlefield but lost in
Washington.
But Sen. Christopher Dodd
ID.. Conn.) said that although he
supoprted Israel's objectives in
Lebanon, "it is extremely im-
portant what the American
public thinks about Israel, and
you can't ignore it."
He said while Israel is the
"best ally in the world" of the
U.S., there are forces here who
want to see the strong ties
"fractured and broken apart." He
said to tell Israel to ignore public
opinion is not in Israel's in-
terests.
"Maintaining and building the
political base of support for the
State of Israel in this country is
absolutely and fundamentally
essential to its survival and
security," Dodd declared.
"Without that fundamental base
of support in a democracy
Israel's security is jeopardized."
SYMMS REPLIED that while
he agreed with some of what
Dodd said, "The New York
Times, believe it or not, does not
always represent what main-
stream America thinks," Symms
id. This was greeted by loud
applause.
Dodd and Symms were among
ven Senators who appeared in a
ronim on "American Strategic
in the Middle East" on
Capitol Hill which began the day-
I ' federation Mission. The others
*ere Senate Majority Leader
>bert Dole (R., Kan.), and Sens.
Joseph Biden (D., Del.), John
,p ,.(D 0hio>- Robert Kasten
| g. Wis.) and Sam Nunn (D.,
I ^hen the Senators were asked
I aoout the growing influence of
^fab-Americans on Capitol Hill,
"'den replied they were not the
" reason that supporters of
| 'srael had lost some fights in
I A^f^o8, 8uch M the safe of
IhEb to Saudia Anbia m
th l e said one of the reaons is
"wt there are no more "giants"
"the Senate like Sens. Hubert
Humphrey (D., Minn.), Henry
Jackson (D., Wash.), Jacob
Irw ,R" NY>- "* Frank
"wren (D., Idaho) who could
[force Sen*te W'th their mral
BIDEN SAID the major power
that helped force the AW ACS
sale through the Senate was the
large corporations with
"significant economic in-
vestments" in Saudi Arabia and
other Arab countries. He said
they brought pressure upon
Senators opposed to the sale from
larger corporations as well as
from small companies on the local
and state level. He stressed that
"economic muscle" still plays a
major role in foreign policy.
As for future arms sales to
Arab countries. Kasten said that
because Israel is cutting its
defense budget, there is a con-
sensus in Congress not to ap-
prove arms sales to its Arab
opponents which would improve
their qualitative or quantitative
military capacities.
DODD, a member of the
Senate Foreign Relations
Committee, reported that the
Committee has approved the
Foreign Aid Bill for the 1986
fiscal year which includes the
Reagan Administration's request
for Israel of $1.8 billion in
military aid, an increase of $400
million, and $1.2 billion in
economic aid.
Kasten said he expects the
Administration to recommend
whether Israel should get ad-
ditional economic aid in a couple
of months. However, he predicted
the Administration would
propose an additional $1.5 billion
for Israel over a two year period,
S8O0 million in the first year and
$700 million in the second.
Ernest Michel, executive vice
president and campaign director
of the UJA-Federation, told the
Jewish Telegraphic Agency that
the annual trip to Washington
has grown larger each year, and
has become the group's most
popular event and one of its
major fundraising programs.
Elaine Bloom was the guest speaker at the Annual Meeting of
Imperial House residents on behalf of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation's 1985 Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel
Emergency FundProject Renewal-Or Akiva Campaign. Shown
are, (standing left to right), Mrs. Carl Weinkle, Imperial House
honorary chairman, and Sylvia Farber Freedman, Imperial
House co-chairman. Seated (left to right). Bloom and Milton
Jacobson, Imperial House co-chairman.
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North Miami Beach Jewish community leader Max Heimowitz
(right) and Rabbi Allan Mirvis, chaplain of the Veterans
Administration Medical Center in Miami (left) are
congratulated by Dr. Matthew Zuckerman, chairman of Florida
Friends of Yeshiva Unviersity, at the recent annual dinner on
Miami Beach honoring them. Heimowitz was presented with
the Heritage Award in recognition of his support of Jewish
education. Rabbi Mirvis was recognized as Yeshiva University
Alumnus of the Year.
Community Corner
"Dynasty-' character look-alikes will be featured 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.
University of Miami faculty and students will read poems in
15 different languages, including Hebrew and Yiddish, on April
16 at 8:30 p.m. in the UM Student Union's International
Lounge.
Dade SCORE Chapter No. 29 will conduct a workshop on
starting a small business on Wednesday at the Holiday Inn on
Biscayne Blvd. in North Miami from 8:30 a.m.
Pvt. Richard P. Green, son of David Green of Miami, has
completed the Army's bridge crewman course at Fort Leonard
Wood, Mo.
Miami Dade Community College Lunch time Lively Arts
series will present on Tuesday a noon concert of works by Miami
composers, Edwin McLean, Joseph Koykkar, and Dennis Kam
at Wolfson Campus downtown.
ORT Greater Miami Men's Chapter will hold a general meeting
on Tuesday at 1 p.m.in the new auditorium of Morton Towers.
Yiddish Branch No. 679 Workmen's Circle will hold a "Ghetto
Memorial" meeting to commemorate the 42nd anniversary of
the Warsaw Ghetto uprising on Sunday, April 14, at 12:30 p.m.
at the Newport Pub. Sender Wajaman, Molly Lubelski, Abram
Harchik, Anna Borzykowski, Anna and Charles Infeld, and
Oscar Shapiro will participate.
In celebration of Passover, WPBT-Channel 2 was to present
Next Year in Jerusalem on April 4, featuring Rabbi Irving
Lehrman of Temple Emanu-El, Abe and Shulamit Gittelson.
Joel Reinatein and their children Lesli and Louis, and host
Richard Peritz and his wife Yardena in the celebration of the
traditional seder.
Retired Circuit Judge Sam Silver will be honored at the in-
stallation luncheon of Sholem Lodge No. 1024 B'nai B'rith on
Sunday, April 14, at Tower 41 Restaurant at 11:30 a.m. Fred
Snyder will be installing officer.
Temple Menorah Sisterhood is holding a meeting at the
temple social hall on Wednesday, April 17, at 12:30 p.m., when a
musical program is planned.
B'nai B'rith Women Friendship Chapter No. 1715 plans a
post-Passover bagel nosh with games on April 14 beginning at
12:30 p.m. at the Surfside Community Center. New officers will
be installed.
Alfred Golden, president of Riverside Memorial Chapels, will
be honored June 4 by the University of Miami Hillel Foun-
dation.
Forty-five Plus Singles of Aventura Jewish Center plan two
upcoming events. April 15 at 7:30 p.m. a general meeting will
feature Bobbi Heiman, a professional matchmaker, and on April
27 at 8 p.m a wine and cheese party will be held, according to
president Sallie Sat tin.
Dade Circuit Tudge Richard Yale Feder chaired the steering
committee of the Trial Advocacy Seminar of the Family Law
Section of the Florida Bar, held at St. Thomas University School
of Law.
Fu-Manchu Restaurant
325-71st St.
Miami Beach 866-4303
Passover Greetings
Hadassah
Highlights
Local Hadassah chapters plan
events, speakers and membership
meetings in the next few weeks.
Southgate Chapter will hold a
regular meeting on Monday at 1
p.m. in the Terrace Room. An
original poem about a symbolic
seder and Hadassah will be read
by Muriel Kovinow and Ruth
Katz. The reading will be
followed by sonnets in the style
of Elizabeth Barrett Browning on
the Passover theme, with Lil
Adelson. Esther Melzer. Ruth
Katz and Muriel Kovinow
participating. Shirley Rosenberg
and Alice Gold will preside.
"No Time for Exercise?
Exercise in No Time" will be the
topic of discussion when William
Saulson addresses the Ko'ach
Chapter on Monday at 8 p.m. in
Four Freedoms House.
Morton Towers Chapter of
Hadassah will hold their next
regular meeting on Monday at
12:45 p.m. at Morton Towers
Auditorium. The chapter's Donor
Luncheon is set for Monday,
April 29 at 11:30 a.m. at Tower
41 Restaurant.
The Hannah Senesch Chapter
will hold an Eye Bank Luncheon
at noon on Tuesday, April 16. at
theTarleton Hotel.
Lee Goldman stars in a Three
Sister Musicale (Lee Goldman.
Dora Rosenbaum and Fannie
Ushkow) for the Torah Chapter
at Harris Hall of Temple Zamora
on Monday at 12:30 p.m.
Bay Harbor Chapter will meet
Monday. April 22. at the Surfside
Community Center at noon. The
Keynoters' musical group from
Barry University will entertain.
The annual life membership
dinner of Aliyah Chapter will be
held on Tuesday. April 16. at
6:45 p.m. at the South Dade JCC.
Tom Walker, chef at Southeast
Bank, will demonstrate the art of
fancy vegetable cutting. Linda
M. Hakerem is chapter president.
Toby Lerner Ansin will
receive the 1985 Mid-Life
Services Award on Tuesday,
April 16, announced Dr. Sol
Landau, director of the Mid-
Life Services Foundation. Ms.
Ansin is a community leader
who served as chair of fine
arts of Beth David
Congregation for many years.
Post-Grad Course For
Doctors at Mt Sinai
From April 15 to May 3 a post-
graduate mini-residency course
will be held at Mount Sinai
Medical Center. The medical
educational program offers
courses in eleven specialties:
addictionology, anesthesiology,
cardiology and cardiovascular
surgery. dermatology
gastroenterology, general
surgery, internal medicine,
obstetrics and gynecology. or-
thopedics and rehabilitation,
pulmonary and sleep disorders
and radiology. Director is Dr."
GeorgeS. Wise.
Synagogue
Listing
Candlelighting Time
6:21 p.m.
ADATH YESHURUN
1025 NE Miami Gardens Drive
North Miami Beach 947-1435
Rabbi Slmcha Freedman
Cantor Ian Alpem Conservative
Friday 8 15 p.m aarvlca
(No Ida Friday trite*)
MSpm Sadar by raaarvallon only
Saturday 0:30 a.m. aarvlca
6:30 p.m aarvlca. 7.30 p.m. Sadar
TEMPLE BETH AM Dr. Harbart
5950 N. Kendall Dr. Baumgard
S. Mlaml-667-6667 Senior Rabbi
Jama* L. Simon, Associate Rabbi
Friday 8 p.m. Mlnyan
Saturday 11 15a.m Rabbi Baumgard sarmon
topic: 'Old tha Saa Raally Part'"
6 p.m. Sadar
BETH DAVID CONQREOATION
Coral Way 2C2S SW 3rd Avenue /&\Y
South Dade 7500 5 W 120th Street W/
RABBI DAVID HAUERBACH ^
CANTOR WILLIAM W. LIPSON
Friday 6:30 p.m. South Dade Chapel:
6 p.m. Coral Way Chapel: Peaech eervtcea
Saturday 9 a.m. Coral Way Sanctuary and South
Dade Chapel. Peaach aervlcea
6 p.m. Coral Way Chapel. Peaach aervlcea;
Sader at 6:30 p.m. Sunday 9 a.m. Coral
Way Sanctuary: Peaach eervtcea
temple IBTfffeT OP W6rTH6AY
VILLAGE (Conservative)
7800 Hispanola Ave conveniently
located just ofl 79 St. Cswy .*>.
Rabbi Marvin Rose ^ |
Cantor Danny Tadmore
Friday 9 p.m
Saturday 9 a m
BETH KODESH
Modern Traditional
1101 S.W. 12 Ave. 858-6334
Rabbi Max Shapiro
Joseph Krissal, Cantor
Rose Berlin Executive Secretary
Dally aarvicea 7:30 a m and 6 p.m. > V? '
Saturday 8:45 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. "*""*
TEMPLE EMANU-EL
1701 Washington Avenue f
Miami Beech V
Dr. Irving Lehrman. Rabbi
Auxiliary Rabbi Maxwell Bergar
Yehuda Shif man. Cantor
Friday 8:30 p.m
Saturday 7 p m. Sadar following both m
Frladland Ballroom '""
Saturday and Sunday 9 a m R.bb, Lahrmar, ,,
praach. "
Thuraday 6-30 p.m
April 12.13.9 am
Dally aarvlcaa Blank Chapal (am
and 8 p.m.
HEBREW ACADEMY
BETHEL CONGREGATION
2400 Plnetree Drive, Miami Beach
mean
Cantor, Rabbi Solomon Schill
TEMPLE ISRAEL
Of Greater Miami
Miami s Pioneer Reform Cong'e ,
137 N.E. 19th St., Miaml.573 5900
9990 N. Kendall Dr.. 595 5055
Senior Rabbi Hasxell M Bernat
Assistant Rabbi Donald P Cashman
Cantor Jacob G. Bornstein
Associate Cantor Rachalte F Nelson
Executive Director Philip S Goldin
Friday a p.m. Downtown and Kanaali cloaad
Radio aarvlcaa pca-racordad on WTMI Faaturtng a aarvlca and program lor tha
Sabbath and Paaaovar Rabbi Donild P
Caahman and Cantor flachalia f Nalton
TEMPLE JUDEA
5500 Granada Blvd. Relorm
Coral Gables 667 5657
Michael B. Eisenstst. Rabbi
Friday tSpir
TEMPLE KING SOLOMON
910 Lincoln Rd. Tel 534-9776
DR. DAVID RAAB, Rabbi
Shoshanah Raab. Cantor
Friday aarvlcaa 7 30 an-
Saturday. 9 30 am
TEMPLE MENORAH
620-75th St., Miami Beach 33141
Rabbi Mayer Abramowttz ,^--,
Cantor Murray Yavneh ^ j
TEMPLE BETH MOSHE
2225 NE 121 St. N. Miami. FL 33181
891 5508 Conservative
Dr. Israel Jacobs. Rabbi ,__,
Moshe Friedler. Cantor (
Dr. Joseph A. Gorfinkel, v
Rabbi Emeritus
Irving Jaret. Executive Director
}
Saturday 8:45 a.m. Peaach aervlcea
April 12 and 13.6:45 a.m. Peaach service.
TEMPLE BETH RAPHAEL
1545 Jefferson Ave.. MB., FL 33139
Tel 538-4112
Rabbi Dr. Jehuda Melber
Cantor Nissim Benyamini
April 6 through 13 Paaaovar aarvlcaa dally
at a a.m. and 6:30 p.m. Ylrtor April 13.10:30 am
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM
Chase Ave. ft 41st St. 538-7231
OR LEON KRONISH. RABBI Libaral
MARRY JOLT AUXILIARY RABBI
PAUL 0 CAPLAN ASSISTANT RABBI
CANTOR OAVID CONVISER
Friday 6 15 p.m. aarvlca
Saturday 10 45 a.m. Family aarvica
Thuraday8:15p.m. Concluding Paaach aarvica
______ April 12. 10:45 a.m. Yilkor
BETH TORAH CONSERVATIVE
CONGREGATION 947-7528
1051 N. Miami Beach Blvd.
Dr. Max A LipschiU, Rabbi
Randall Konigsburg, Asst. Rabbi
Zvee Aroni, Cantor
Harvey L. Brown, Exec. Director
Friday 7:30 a.m. Taanlt Bachroim
(Faat ol Flratbom)
6:15p.m. aarvlca
Sat., Sun.. 8:25 a.m. and 6:15 p.m..
Thuri.. 6:15 p.m
April 12, 8:25 am and 8:15pm
April 13.8:25 a.m. and 6:30 p.m
BETH YOSEPH
CHAIM CONGREGATION
Orthodox
843 Meridian Ave.
Dow Rozencwalg, Rabbi
CUBAN HEBREW CONQREOATION
Temple Beth Shmuel
1700 Michigan Ave., Miami Beach
534-7213-534-7214
Barry J. Konovltch. Rabbi
Moelie Buryn, Cantor
Aron Keiton, President
Shabbat Sarvicaa 8 30 a.m. Sarmon 10:30
Dally Mlnyan
Morning aarvicaa a a.m.
Friday lata avaning aarvlca
ling i
lata
8:15 p.m
Saturday 9 a.m. and 7 45 p
TEMPLE NERTAMID 866-8345
7902 Carlyle Ave., 866 9633
Miami Beach 33141
Rabbi Eugene Labovitz coi
Cantor Edward Klein
Saturday 8:45 am
Dally aarvlca 8 am and 5 30 p m
SHAARAYTEFILLAH
of North Miami Beach
971 Northeast 172nd St.
North Miami Beach
651-1562
Yaakov Sprung, Rabbi
SHAARE TEFILLAH OF KENDALL
S.W. 154 Ave. & 75 St.. 382 3343
Rabbi Warren Kasztl Mooam onnoaoi
Friday 6 p.m
Sat 9'30 am. Sat. allarnoon A)mn Dt'O't
Sundown Morning Minyan Mon nu-s64:r
Tuaa Wad t Fri 7 a loUowt 'j. class
in Qamaia Barachot iMa
TEMPLE SINAI 18801 NE 22 Aa.
North Dade's Reform Congregation
Ralph P. Kingsley, Rabb 932 9010
Julian I. Cook, Associate Rabbi
Irving Shulkes, Cantor
Barbara S. Ramsay, Administrator
Friday 6 p.m Mlnyan
Saturday 10:30 a.m. Mra Irwm Klau will
chant Hallarah and Torah po'iions
Thuraday 6p.m. Minyan
April 12.10:30 a.m. Yukor
TEMPLE ZION ISRAELITE CENTER
*0O0 Millar Df
271-2311
ConservatHft
R>
Dr. Norman N. Shapiro, Rabbi
Benjamin Adler, Cantor
David Rosenthal, S'
Auxiliary Cantor '">
Friday 7 a.m. Faat For Flratbom Sarvice Noli"
night aarvlca. Saturday 9 am Rabbi BMBH
aarmon topic: "Whom Ara Wa Paaalno W
SundayTa.m. April 12.9 a.m. and 6.15Pm
April 13. 9a m Yillo-
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JCC s Plan BIG
Israel 37' Happenings
Friday, April 5, 1985 / The Jewish Floridian Page 9-B
Israel 37." the celebration of
37 years of Israel's independence.
will be a multi-community event
js the Jewish Communtty
Centers of South Florida host
individual day-long festivities on
Sunday. April 21.
In South Dade, "Israel 37"
festivities will begin at 2 p.m.
with a 1.6 mile "March of
Blessings." led by Shofar blowers
and participants carrying
Torahs, flags and banners. The
march, held on behalf of the
Greater Miami Jewish
Federation's Combined Jewish
Appeal Israel Emergency Fund
Campaign, will extend from Ron
Ehmann Park to the South Dade
Jewish Community Center. At
the conclusion of the march, the
celebration on the JCC grounds
will feature an expo center, rides
and game booths, films, displays
and Israeli foods. Special
highlights include a shuk
authentic Israeli bazaar),
continuous entertainment by the
international music band
"Shachar" and the "Nitzanim"
dance troupe. At 7 p.m., there
will be a Kumzitz, an Israeli-style
bonfire with entertainment.
singing and dancing.
In North Dade,a parade from
Skylake Mall to the Michael-Ann
Russell Jewish Community
Center will kick off the day's
'Matzoh Fund'
preads Pesach Joy
Distributing Passover food,
|rom maUoh to gefilte fish, is a
|lO-vear tradition of the Jewish
Community Centers of South
iKIorida-Community Passover
|Fund. the "Matzoh Fund."
All Jewish communal agencies,
rith special assistance from
Vnai B'rith and from those in the
general community rendering
ervice to the needy, cooperate in
he Matzoh Fund." according to
Veal J Menachem. president of
the Jewish Community Centers
pf South lorida. 'The Matzoh
Fund' is people helping less
fortunate (>eople. The JCCs want
s many people as possible to
ake part in the traditional
Passover Seder."
Last year funds raised helped
nore than 7000 people to observe
Passover, through gift food
ackages. 24 community seders,
ind deliveries to homebound
Wderlv.
festivities at 10 a.m. The
celebration begins at the JCC at
11 a.m. with relay races,
swimming, tennis games.a
gymnastics and aerobics
exhibition, clown diving acts and
a swim-a-thon. In addition.a shuk
will also be re-created with crafts
and authentic Israeli foods.
"Israel 37" on Miami Beach
will be a week-long celebration
from Monday. April 15. through
Sunday. The Miami Beach
Jewish Community Center, will
be converted into an "Israeli
Museum" entitled "Yesterday's
Glory, Today's Pride," featuring
arts and crafts of Israel. Week-
long activities include a lecture
series entitled "Israel Speaks"
and an Israeli cafe.
On Sunday, "Israel 37"
dedication ceremonies begin at 11
a.m. The highlight of the af-
ternoon will be a special guest
appearance by Nobel prize-
winning author, Isaac Bashevis
Singer. Other activities include a
shuk. an Israeli handicraft
workshop for children. Israeli
food and an expo center.
All activities at each of the
Jewish Community Centers are
free and open to the entire
com m unity.
SHOMER SHABBOS
Hamisha gal. 48, meet sincere
Kenileman of traditional values
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Miami Beach's Adult Retardation Program
received a truck from the city of Miami
Beach to be used in their Log Cabin Retail
Nursery. The Miami Beach Kiwanis Club
was instrumental in acquiring the city's
donation. Shown are (left to right) Kiwanian
Rabbi Irving Lehrman; Mark Cherney,
program director; City Commissioner
William E. Shockett, president of the
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Mount Sinai Medical Center's Young
Presidents Club past chairmen (left to right)
Robert H. Frehling, Ted S. Finkel and
Martin J. Gelb join chairman Fred
Rosenbloom, M.D. to celebrate the 10th
anniversary of the group. Past chairman
Leonard H. Schwartz also attended
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ARMDI Gets 250th Vehicl
Dedication of
emergency rescue
the 260th
vehicle
donated by South Florida Jewry
to the Magen David Adom,
Israel's official Red Cross
agency, will be held Tuesday.
April 9 at the Shore Club Hotel at
2 p.m.
A 1985 General Motors am-
bulance will be dedicated by
William Striar of Boston and
Miami Beach, representing the
Striar family who have been
major supporters of the State of
Israel and the American Red
Magen David for Israel.
Speakers at the event will
include Joseph Handleman of
Bay Harbor Islands, national
chairman of the American Red
Magen David for Israel and
former national president of the
organization; Dr. Irving
Lehrman, rabbi of Temple
Emanu-El. chairman of the board
of governors of the Israel Bonds
Organization, past
chairman of the United u
Appeal Rabbinic 8&ftj
national vice president of T.
Zionist Organization of Amen,.
Rabbi Sheldon N. Ever of m;
Beach's Agudath Israel HehS
Institute; Robert Schw.
Southeastern regional director ol
the American Red Magen Daviri
for Israel; and Gerald Schwaru
national vice president of tr*
American Zionist Federation.
Murray (Moshe Chairm
Berkowitz. chairman of the board
of Talmudic University of Florida
and owner-operator of the Short
Club Hotel, said. The Sti
family s commitment to sup-
porting Jewish causes in Israel
Boston and Greater Miami
merits a community-wide tribute.
This ambulance alone represents
a contribution of more than
$26,000 and the vehicle will be
shipped to Israel immediately
after the dedication."
Insurance Div. Honors Peter Lewis
The Insurance Division of the
Greater Miami Jewish
Federation will honor Peter B.
Lewis as its "Person of the Year"
at a Division dinner on Tuesday.
April 16. at Biscayne Bay
Marriott beginning with
cocktails at 6:30 p.m.
Marvin Jacobson and Barbara
Rubin are chairing the dinner,
staged on behalf of the 1985
Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel
Energency Fund-Project
Renewal-Or Akiva Campaign.
Stephen Reimer is Insurance
Division chairman.
Lewis, a graduate of Princeton
University and chief executive
officer of the Progressive Cor
poration, is active in Jewish
communal work, having served
as the general co-chairman of the
Jewish Welfare Fund Appeal in
Cleveland. Ohio.
Attendance at the Insurance
Division Dinner will require a
minimum gift of $180 to the 1985
CJA-IEF.
Arthur Jacobson and Norman
Weiner serve as co-chairmen of
the Insurance Division.
Irish Govt. To Bar
Return Of Nazi War Criminal
LONDON (JTA) The
Irish government has announced
that it will bar Pieter Menten, a
Nazi war criminal, from returning
to the Irish Republic after his
release from a Dutch prison.
Menten, 85, was sentenced to a
10-year prison term by a Dutch
court for massacring thousands
of Polish Jews in Podhoroze, in
what is now Soviet Ukraine.
Menten owns a home in the
Waterford village of Lembybrian
and his Dutch attorneys had said
he intended to leave Holland for
Ireland immediately after his
release.
An Irish official spokesman
said the decision to bar Menten, a
Dutch national, from returning
was taken by the Irish gover-
nment which met under the
presidency of Premier Garrett
Fitz Gerald in Dublin. The
government was convened for a
special session after spokesmen
for the local Jewish community
protested against Mental's
possible return. Dr. Joseph
Briscoe, a local Jewish leader.
said not only Jews "but all the
Irish people are opposed to
Menten's return to Ireland."
JEWISH
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JEWISH NATIONAL FUND
(KEREN KAYEMETH LEISRAEL)
Rabbi Irving Lehrman
Chrmn. JNFFdtn.
ZevW. Kogan
Pres. JNF Southern Region
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz
Chrmn JNF Exec Board
Abraham Qrunhut
Proa. JNF Or. Miami
Ernest Samuels
V.P. JNF Or. Miami
420 Lincoln Road, Suite 353
Miami Beach, Fla 33139
Phone 538-6464
v


tspite Survey Results
State Dept. Opposition us-Re8Cue8
To West Bank Settlement Last Ethiopian
Friday, April 5,1985 / The Jewish Floridian Page 11-B
By DAVID FRIEDMAN
WASHINGTON -
i,jTA) The State
epartment has rejected a
Contention that a report
issued in Israel showing
That the Israeli government
now controls 52 percent of
khe land on the West Bank
eans that the area can
bever be returned to the
rabs.
"As we have said on many
casions, we regard settlement
kctivity in the occupied
OTtories as an obstacle to the
jeace process," Department
pokesman Bernard Kalb said.
We do not, however, share the
iew that activities on the ground
le out the possibility of a
egotiated settlement."
KAMI'S REMARKS came
ifter he refused to comment on a
report released in Jerusalem by
Ihe West Bank Data Base
Project headed by Meron
Jenvenisti, a former Deputy
Mayor of Jerusalem.
The study, called "Land
Uienation on the West Bank: A
igal and Spatial Analysis,"
barges that the Israeli gover-
iment has taken control of more
ban half of the land through
uestionable legal means which
as resulted in leaving Jewish
ttlers with all of the area
vailable for growth on the West
auk The West Bank Data Base
reject is funded by grants from
te Ford and Rockefeller
initiations.
Benvenisti was quoted as
saying that the data in the report
reveals that Israel's control of the
West Bank has gone beyond the
point where it can ever be
returned to Arab sovereignty.
KALB SAID the State
Department has not yet seen the
report, but "we look forward to
the opportunity to study the
report in detail." He noted that
"the facts brought out by the
studies, such as the 1984 report
by the West Bank Data Base
Project, point to the urgency of
achieving a negotiated resolution
of the Arab-Israeli conflict based
on Israel's return of territory in
exchange for a just and durable
peace. To this end, we remain
commited to the positions set
forth in the President's Sep-
tember 1,1982 peace initiative."
Benvenisti's 1984 report was a
detailed study of Israel's policies
on the West Bank which
predicted the conclusions of the
study.
Special Ed.
Assn. Events
The seventh annual Passover
seder held by the Association for
Jewish Special Education will
take place on Sunday, April 14,
at 1:30 p.m. at the Ocean Grande
Hotel. Rabbi Solomon Sen iff will
officiate.
AJSE will participate in the
April 21 Israeli Independence
Day Celebration with a 1.5 mile
walkathon from Ron Ehmann
Park to the South Dade JCC, and
an AJSE booth at the JCC from 3
p.m. on.
B & B Discount Grocery
1421 Washington Ave.
Miami Beach-534-6779
We Wish All Our Friends
A Very Happy Passover
Arno Comfort Shoe Store
486 NE 125 St.
No. Miami-893-1224
Passover Greetings
All Florida Pool Center
11720 Biscayne Blvd.
Miami -893-4036
We Wish All Our Friends And Customers
A Very Happy Passover
Coconut Grove
Flower Shop
3137 Commodore Plaza
Coconut Grove 446-9656
Happy Passover To The Jewish Community
Circle Blue Printing Co.
1014 Lincoln Rd.
Miami Beach -538-2313
A Very Happy Passover To All
Happy
Causeway Plaza
French Cleaners
1626 No. Bay Causeway
No. Bay Village 864-1588
Passover To Our Customers & Friends
Camp Mountain Lake
1030 Still water Dr. Miami Beach
The Savage Family
We Wish Everyone A Very Happy Passover

Continued from Page 3-B
moved to the Tawawa refugee
camp outside Gedaref where they
were later moved with other
Ethiopian Jews to the airstrip for
the airlift. It is reported that the
Ethiopian Jews were flown to
Israel in the C-130 Hercules
transport planes. The letter from
the Senate noted that premature
disclosure of the Israeli spon-
sored airlift forced a halt in the
'Deration. But it said that it had
left a large number of Ethiopian
Jews stranded in Sudan.
"Tragically the survival of
these people is in jeopardy and
they are at special risk," the
letter said. "Afraid of being
identified as Jews in a Moslem
country, these refugees in par-
ticular have been afraid to seek
food or medical aid from in-
ternational relief agencies. This
explains the devastatingly high
mortality rate among Ethiopian
Jews. Over 2,000 have died in
recent months and more are
dying daily..."
Cranston described as "un-
precedented" the quick and swift
support his colleagues exhibited
when asked about signing the
letter to the President. He added
that he viewed it as "quite
remarkable" that all members of
the Senate had knowledge of the
letter and that it was kept a
secret until this week.
HE SAID publicity about the
letter or the Administration's
undertaking for a rescue mission
could have hindered any efforts
to aid Ethiopian Jews in the
Sudan. He said Sen. Alfonse
D'Amato (R., NY) also worked
behind the scenes to gain support
of the Senate.
Cranston said "not a single one
hesitated in terms of signing" the
letter, adding that there was a
genuine eagerness on behalf of
the Senate to join in the effort.
"This shows the Senate can keep
a secret," Cranston said.
Cranston said that he had been
in contact with officials of the
American Association for
Ethiopian Jewry who provided
him with updates and in-
formation regarding the situation
of the Ethiopian Jews.
Israel Protests
EEC Resolution
By DAVID KANTOR
BONN (JTA) Despite
protests by Israel, the foreign
ministers of the 10 European
Economic Community member-
states are expected to release a
joint resolution on the Middle
East in Brussels which, ac-
cording to diplomatic sources
here, will deal with the situation
in Lebanon and in the Israel-
occupied territories.
According to the sources, there
will be no departure from the
June, 1980 Venice declaration of
the EEC leaders which called for
self-determination for the
Palestinian people and
"association" of the Palestine
Liberation Organization in the
Middle East peace process.
Israel rejected the declaration
at the time. Israeli envoys in
Western European capitals
recently have tried to convince
the EEC governments to issue no
further statements on the Middle
East. Israeli Foreign Minister
Yitzhak Shamir, on his visits to
West Germany, Holland and
Belgium last month, warned his
hosts that a new EEC declaration
would not be useful and could
.only encourage extremist
elements in the region.
Fruit slices, a traditional Passover favorite, can be used in
a variety of creative ways.
Fruit Slices Return To Miami...
Jellied fruit slices long a Passover tradition make a
return appearance to supermarkets in Miami this season.
The H. W. Powers Company of Boston, Mass., maker of these
original fruit pieces since the 1940's, has introduced a new line of
Polly Orchard Fruit Slices.
The fruit slices available in raspberry, orange, lemon and lime
are made with natural fruit flavors under full rabbinical
supervision.
Fruit slices are first cooked in customized steam kettles, then
poured into molds, cured and cut by band. A drying period of up
to 10 days follows. They are then hand-powdered with
granulated sugar and carefully packed for delivery.
In addition to traditionally being a favorite Passover con-
fection, fruit slices may also be used in a variety of creative ways
as decorations for cookies and cupcakes on pies and cakes
and as attractive garnishes for a host of foods and drinks.
Canton of Westchester
2501 SW 87th Ave.
Westchester 552-5292
Happy Passover
C U Associates
ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS
551-4700 -12501 NW 2nd St.
We Wish All A Happy Passover
Barton's Of Coral Gables
212 Miracle Mile
Coral Gables-445-1269
Happy Passover To All
Holbert Electric
1434 Alton Road
Miami Beach-672-6611
Passover Greetings To All
Joe's Stone Crabs
227 Biscayne St.
Miami Beach -673-0365
We Wish Everyone A Very Happy Passover
Werner Kahn Studio
923 Arthur Godfrey Rd.
Miami Beach -531-1872
Wishes Everyone A Happy Passover
Martin Appliance
Sales & Service, Washers, Dryers,
& Electric Ranges
12327 NE 6 Ave. (rear) No. Miami 895-0382
Happy Passover To All
La Salle Cleaners
2341 LeJeune Rd.
Miami-444-7376
Happy Passover To All
L & L Video Library
4018 Royal Palm Ave.
Miami Beach 672-0262
Wishes All Their Friends & Customers
A Very Happy Passover


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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
Fil* Number 15-277}
Division 01
IN RE: ESTATE OF
ANNELICKER,
Deceased
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
The administration of the estate
of ANNE LICKER. deceased. FUe
Number 80-2273. Is pending In the
Circuit Court for Dade County.
Florida. Probate Dlvlsloa the
address of which is 73 West Flagler
Street. Miami. Florida 33130. The
names and addresses of the per-
sonal representative and the
personal representative's 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 12) any
objection by an interested person
on whom this notice was 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 Notice has
begun on March 29. 1988.
Personal Representative:
ZEV W KOGAN
420 Lincoln Road. Suite 250
Miami Beach. Florida 33139
Attorney for Personal
Representative:
RAPHAEL K. YUNES
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Florida 33139
Telephone: (3061 538-6216
18911 March 29;
Aprils. 1985
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
Case No. 15-11715
FAMILY DIVISION
FL BAR 348014
In re the marriage of
ANGELORREGO
RE ST RE PO
Petitioner
and
LUZMARINA RESTREPO
Respondent
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: LUZ MARINA
RESTREPO.
residence unknown
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an
action for dissolution of marriage
has been filed agalnsl you and you
are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses upon: I J
GRAFF. ESQ. attorney for
Petitioner, whose address Is 633
N.E. 167 St. N.M.B Florida 33162.
on or before April 26. 1985, and file
the original with the clerk of this
court otherwise a default will be
entered against you.
Clerk of the Court
By Gwen D. Zeigler
As Deputy Clerk
18918 March 29:
____________April 5 12. 19. 1985
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FAMILY DIVISION
CASE NO. 14-41234 (IS)
PETITION FOR ADOPTION
FLA. BAR NO. 151*23
IN RE: The Adoption of
D.R.L. a-k-a BABY BERNARD.
a minor.
TO: Corey Ponte
RESIDENCE UNKNOWN
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Petition for Adoption has
been filed In reference to the
adoption of a baby boy bom August
2. 1984 in Broward General
Hospital to the natural mother.
(CATHERINE MAE BERNARD.
YOU have been named on the
Background Information On
Prospective Adoptive Child form
furnished to the Department of
Health and Rehabilitative Services
as the natural father of Baby
Bernard, this form completed by
KATHERINE MAE BERNARD.
Should you request to contest
this adoption, you may do so by
filing your written defenses-
responses with the clerk of the
above styled court with a copy to
ALAN S KESSLER, attorney for
the Petitioners, whose address is
The Roney Plaza, Suite M-8, 2301
Collins Ave., Miami Beach,
Florida on or before the 17th day of
May, 1985, the time set for the final
hearing of adoption in this matter.
Should you request to contest
this adoption you may also do so by
contacting the Department of
Health and Rehabilitative Ser-
vices, Adoption and Related
Services, 3rd Floor, 1150 S.W. 1st
Street, Miami, Florida 33128
(Attention: Donna Silver man i
This notice shall be published
once each week for four con-
secutive weeks in the JEWISH
FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and seal of
this 20th day of March. 1986
ALAN S. KESSLER
The Roney Plaza
2301 Collins Avenue, Suite M-8
Miami Beach. Florida33139
Telephone: (305)538-4421
18913 March 28;
April 6.12,19,1986
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME,.
NOTICE IS HKIUBv **
that the unders,gn,dEBdYes|G'VEN
engage in business !l"ln"
fictitious name, "^ *
TERNATIONAL RPn '*.
CONSULTANTS ^T*'
TERNATIONAL CONST-, -."L
ICC AND ICCI at M^
Avenue. Miam, Beach Fl ""
intends to register saidI nan,. MlM
">e Clerk of the CiCfS?**
Dade County. Florida Com'
International Corporal.
Consultants. Inc
.8924 ByEI,UMB^
March a
_______________APr" 5-12. i., J
Eir^ENT CIRCUIT COURT
DADE COUNTY, FLOR|5jT
CASE NO. IS-llii'
IN RE: The Marriage of
VIRGILE MONDELUS
Petitioner,
and
LYNETTE J. MONDELUS
Respondent.
TO. LYNETTE J, MONDELUS
Residence unknown you ,L,
"7* PV of your An^er toT
Mar 'r D'-olutlon *?,
NH.-HOLAS. Attcrnev. 612 \,
SSP.Sm^ Mlaml F,o"
33136, and file original with Cour,
Clerk on or before April 26 km
otherwise a default w ill be entered'
March 21. 1985
RICHARD BRISKER
,, BY:CP COPELAND
18,16 March 2
April 5. 12.19.1965
IN THE CIRCUIT COURTFOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORID*
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 85 2497
Division 01
IN RE. ESTATE OF
FLORENCE 11AMSEY
1 *-< Ufal
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
The administration ol
FLORENCE DAMSEY. deceased.
File Number 85-2496. is pending in
the Circuit Court for Dade County
Florida. Probate Division, the
address of which Is 73 West Flagler
Street. Miami. Florida 33130. The
names and addresses of the per-
sonal representative and the
personal representative'sattomrv
are set forth below
All interested persons are
required to flic with this court
WITHIN THREE MUNTHS OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE ill all claimi
against the sstati 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 representative, venue, or
jurisdiction of the court
ALL CLAIMS AND OB-
JECTIONS not SO FILED WILL
BEFOREVEi: HARKED
Publication ol this Notice has
begun on Aprils. 1985
Personal Representative:
-s Jules B
.,927 Harperpoint Drive
Cincinnati. Ohio 45242
Attorney for Personal
Representative:
NELSONAFELDMAN PA
1135 Kane Concourse
Bay Harbor Islands. Fl 33154
Telephone: 865-5716
018736 April 5,12. IMS
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NOPROPERTYI
INTHE CIRCUITCOURT0F
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITOF FLORIDA IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No. IS-I27M
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE-The Marriage of
CARMEN FAJARDO Dl
MAGANA
Petltloner-Wlfe.
and
CLEMENTE MAGANA
Respondent-Husband
TO: Clemente Magana Villa
P.O. Box 2122
Bogota, Colombia
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of
Marriage has been filed agslrat
you and you are required lo serve a
copy of your written defenses >i
any. to It on GEORGE T
RAMANI. attorney for Petitioner
whose address is 711 Blscayne
Bldg., 19 West Flagler BBe*
Miami. Florida 33130. and fileM"
original with the clerk of the above
styled court on or before May are
1985; otherwise a default win
entered against you for the J
demanded in the complain! or
^ThlTnotlce shall be 9****
once each week for WJJJK
secutlve weeks In THE JEWISH
FLORIDLAN. ,
WITNESS my hand and theissw
of said court at Miami, Florida on
this 28th day of March. WJB.
RICHARD PBRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
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
Telephone: (3061374-4340
Attorney for Petitioner .-j
18940 Aprll8.12.lv.*1""


Friday, April 5,1985 / The Jewish Floridian Page 13-B
lblic Notices
I inTHE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THEELEVENTH JUDICIAL
1 CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
BADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
FAMILY DIVISION
CASE NO. 85-11810
FLORIDA BAR NO.025(B
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
BE The Marriage of
FJANDKO KOJAS. a-k-a
EX ALBERTO MALAOON
lORENO
lHusband-1'etltloner
hJANA RAQUBL MALAGC
ipjJ8 MORENO,
|Tvife-Kes[)o:nl.'nI
I JULIANA RAQUEL
jLAUON PERES MORENO
Residence I nknown
TOl' ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED
lie your Answer or other
bsdin;' to the Petition for
fcohiuon ul Marriage with the
mrts Clerk, und mall a copy of
to Petitioner's Attorney,
E0DORK FISHER. ESQ.. 5060
kcayne Blvd.. Suite 101 Conger
le ins Bid Miami. Florida
[37. on or uelore the 26th of April,
B, else Petition will be taken as
IfMMd
DATED this :>2nd day of March,
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk. Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida
By: CLAR1NDA BROWN
Deputy Clerk
Iw OFFICES OF THEODORE
HER
lorney lor Husband-Petitioner
0 Blscayne Blvd., No. 101
njerUfe Ins. Bldg..
nl, Florida 33137
If phone: 1305) 758-9523
BS March 29;
April 6. 12.1. 1866
INTHE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No. 15 0*343
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
EN RE: The Marriage of
EL VIA CERDA, Wife
Petitioner
and
JUAN J. CERDA. Husband
Respondent.
TO: JUAN J. CERDA
(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, Esq..
attorney for Petitioner, whose
address Is 801 N.E. 167th Street,
Suite 312, North Miami Beach.
Florida 33162. and file the original
with clerk of the above styled court
on or before April 12th. 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 7th day of March. 1966.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By CLARINDA BROWN
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal I
18706 March 16.22, 29;
April 6, 1986
NOTICE OF ACTION
I CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
|IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
HEELEVEVENTH JUDICIAL
I CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION No 1S-7S**(25)
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
|RE: THE MARRIAGE OF
RTA PEREZ.
UUoner-Wlfe.
kNUELPAEZ.
)pondent Husband.
MANUELPAEZ
Mldence Unknown
rOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
rt an acUon for Dissolution of
mage has been filed against
Hand you are required to serve a
l ol your written defenses. If
to It on Luis vidal. Esq.. al-
ley (or Petitioner, whose ad-
n Is 1840 w 49th Street. Suite
Hlaleah. Florida, 33012, and
I the original with the clerk of
[above styled court on or before
1126, 1985: otherwise a default
j be entered against you for the
lef demanded In the complaint
Petition.
tin notice shall be published
each week for four con-
iiBve weeks In THE JEWISH
0RID1AN.
fITNESS my hand and the seal
id court at Miami. Florida on
USthday ofMarch, 1986.
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By L.E.R. SINCLAIR
As Deputy Clerk
cult Court Seali
Vldal.Esq.
J* 49th Street Suite 105
fjuh. Florida 33012
frney (or Petitioner
March 22. 29."
INTHE CIRCUIT COUR-
SE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
ri'^U'T.INANDFOR
WOE COUNTY, FLORIDA
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
\M tF'B'N0*"
L',^ Marriage of:
petitioner
RNANDO ORTEGA
"spondent
Fernando Ortega
AMrtadoAereol076
J*"gena.
rop "*'?South America
it,p?,?11HEREBY NOTIFIED
Ma hUon ,or lolutlon of
"ndv!!"be*n n' 8"lnst
Bpvof l required to serve
rSfe ll Answer or Pleading
Pev Mn^S to ,he wu"
r^.^TON C.GOODMAN,
r>FlM01Btaen Building.
K 3if"' 9treet- Miami.
kerorp? and,UeU,e original
nerko,,lKa^glnU'eo'no'
S-iS* "'O'" Court, on or
ltodoL,rn0/May'198S"you
Wktedta S8t/ou ,or ,he reef
ONF .x^ePeUUn
Flo^P ORDERED at
^ Honda, this 28th day of
R'^ARD P. BRINKER
DadIpClrcultCour
GWEN D. ZEIGLER
win. P"1* Clerk
""Court Seal)
APrll 6,12, 19, 26,1986
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 15 11529-02
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF:
ANGEL MORAN, JR.,
Petitioner-Husband
and
DORA MORAN.
Respondent-Wife.
TO: Dors Moran
Residence Unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTTFTEE
that an action for Dissolution ol
Marriage has been filed against
you and you are required to serve a
copy of your written defenses, If
any, to It on MICHAEL J ALMAN.
ESQUIRE, attorney for Petltoner,
whose address Is 999 Washington
Avenue, Miami Beach, Florida
33139, and file the original with the
clerk of the above styled court on
or before April 26, 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 hand and the seal
of said court at Miami, Florida on
this 2i.st day of March. 1986
RICHARD P. BRINKER
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
ByC.P. COPELAND
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal!
MICHAEL J. ALMAN, ESQ.
GALBUT. GALBUT* MEN IN
999 Washington A venue
Miami Beach. Florida 33139
Attorney for Petitioner
18917 March 29;
April 5. 12. 19,1985
INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITOF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No. 85-0*515
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE:
MENDOSCADEAU,
Petitioner,
and
JANET HARRIS CADEAU.
Respondent.
TO: Janet HarrisCadeau
465 Edgewood Street Apt. 9
Englewood, CA 90302
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 David Stone. Esq..
attorney for Petitioner, whose
address Is 1401 W. Flagler Street.
Suite 201, Miami, Florida 33136,
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 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 7th day of March, 1985.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By: HILDA SOTOLONGO
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
Stone A Sostchln. PA.
1401W. Flagler Street. Suite 201
Miami, Florida 33138
Telephone: (306)649-4411
Attorneys for Petitioner
18708 March 15, 22, 29
Aorll5,198
INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOF
' T"S SEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITOF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No. IS 0*779
"0J,ct v PUBLICATION
IN RE: The Marriage of:
MARCO SOLA RES. Husband
and
ROSARIO SOLARES, Wife
TO: RosarioSolares
4aCallel-37
Zona 7 Bellenclto
Mlxco, Guatemala
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, Esq.,
attorney for Petitioner, whose
address is 801 N.E. 167th Street,
Suite 312, North Miami Beach,
Florida 33182, 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 prayed
for In the complaint or petition
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of said court at Miami, Florida on
this 11th day of March. 1986.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By CLARINDA BROWN
As Deputy Clerk
Circuit Court Seal)
l871 March 15,22, 29;
April 8, 1986
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, desiring to
engage In business under the
fictitious name Gold Flake
Jewelers, Inc. d.-b/a Mega
Designs, at 12806 S.W. 101 Ave.
Miami, Florida, intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida
SCOTT DEUT8CH
MILTON C. GOODMAN, ESQ.
Attorney for Gold Flake Jewelers,
Inc.
19 West Flagler St.
Miami, Florida 83180
18717 March 16, 23, 39;
April 6,1986
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
Fill Number ISO Sat
Division 01
IN RE: ESTATE OF
JULIUS WTDDER
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 JULIUS WTDDER.
deceased, File Number 86-1689, Is
pending In the Circuit Court for
Dade County. Florida. Probate
Division, the address of which Is 73
West Flagler Street, Miami,
Florida 33130. The personal
representative of the estate is
Martha Schlueter. whose address
is 80 Otis Street. NewtonvlUe,
Massachusetts 02160. 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
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
he In writing and must Indicate the
basis for the claim the name and
address of the creditor or his agent
or attorney, and the amount
claimed. If the claim Is not yet due,
the date when it will become due
shall be stated If the claim is
contingent or unliquidated, the
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 the
validity of the decedent's will, the
qualifications of the personal
representative, or the venue or
lurtsdlctlon of the court.
ALL CLALMS. DEMANDS, AND
OBJECTIONS NOT SO FILED
WILL BE FOREVER BARRED
Date of the first publication of
this Notice of Administration:
March 29.1985.
Martha Schlueter
As Personal Representative
of the Estate of
Julius Wldder
Deceased
ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL
REPRESENTATIVE:
Richard I. Kroop
Kwltney. Kroop A Schelnberg.
P.A.
420 Lincoln Road. Suite 512
Miami Beach. Florida 33139
Telephone: (305)538-7575
,8923 March 39;
April 6,1985
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 14-401
Division 02
IN RE: ESTATE OF
JACOB ALTCHUN,
Deceased
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
The administration of the estate
of JACOB ALTCHUN, deceased.
File Number 84-9401, Is pending In
the Circuit Court for Dade County
Florida, Probate Division, the
address of which Is 73 West Flagler
Street. Miami. Florida 33130. The
names and addresses of the per-
sonal representative and the
personal representative's 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: (II all claims
against the estate and (21 any
objection by an interested person
to whom this notice was mailed
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 Notice has
begun on March 29. 1985.
Personal Representative:
SOLOMON LUCKI
1996 S.W. 1st Street
Miami. Florida 33135
Attorney for Personal
Representative:
ABRAHAM A. GALBUT. ESQ.
999 Washington Avenue
Miami Beach, Florida 33139
Telephone: (306) 672-3100
18931 March 39;
Aprils, 1MB
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
FAMILY DIVISION
CASE NO. 15-11111
FLORIDA BAR NO.025024
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
IN RE: The Marriage of
LUGUET JOSEPH,
Husband-Petitioner
and
RODETTE JOSEPH.
Wife-Respondent
TO: Rodette Joseph
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 mall a copy of
same to Petitioner's Attorney,
THEODORE FISHER. ESQ.. 5050
Blscayne Blvd., Suite 101 Conger
Life Ins. Bldg., Miami, Florida
33137, on or before the 38th of April,
1986, else Petition will be taken as
confessed.
DATED this 23nd day of March.
1986.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
Clerk. Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida
By: CLARINDA BROWN
Deputy Clerk
LAW OFFICES OF THEODORE
FISHER
Attorney for Husband-Petitioner
5050 Blscayne Blvd.. No. 101
Conger Life Ins. Bldg.,
Miami, Florida 33137
Telephone: (3061 758-9523
18921 March 29;
AprllS. 12.19.1985
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITOF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No. 14 25225
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: The Marriage of
JUAN CARLOS PACHECO
Petitioner/Hui band
and
MALTNDA PACHECO
Respondant / Wife
TO: MALTNDA PACHECO
Residence and
Mailing Address 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 GEORGE T.
RAMAN I, attorney for Petitioner,
whose address is 711 Blscavne
Bldg., 19 West Flagler Street.
Miami, Florida 33130. 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-
cutlve weeks In THE JEWISH
FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of said court at Miami. Florida on
this 11th day of March, 1986.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
ByB.J. FOY
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
GEORGE T. RAMANI
n l Blscayne Bldg.
19 West Flagler Street
Miami, Florida 83180
Telephone (306) 374-4840
Attorney for Petitioner
T18 March 16, S3, 39;
__________________April 6,1986
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, desiring to
engage in business under the
fictitious name D.D.D. CO. at PO
Box 384. Miami Shores. Florida
33153, intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade, County, Florida.
JOSEPH A. BLAKE
18920 March 29:
Aprils, 12, 19. 1985
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, desiring to
engage In business under the
fictitious name VC Investigations,
at 11340 S.W. 114 LA. CIR. MIAMI,
FLORIDA 33176, Intends to
register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
VitoJ.Carpltella
18743 March 22. 29;
April 5, 12.1985
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, desiring to
engage In business under the
fictitious name STARLITE
APARTMENTS, at 1211-1319
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. 1986.
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 5,12,1985
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITOF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No. 15 10521
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF
JOSE FLORES,
Petitioner,
and
BRIGETTE LOPEZ FLORES,
Respondent.
TO: BRIGETTE LOPEZ
FLORES
Calle Tauro No. 184
Colonia Llbrado
Rivera, San Luis Potosl,
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 on LESTER ROGERS,
P.A., attorney for Petitioner,
whose address Is Suite 200. 1464
N.W. 17th Avenue, Miami, Florida
125, and file the original with the
clerk of the above styled court on
or before April 19th, 1986; other-
wise a default will be entered
against you for the relief
demanded In the complaint or peti-
tion
This notice shall be published
Jjonce each week for four consec-
utive weeks In THE JEWISH
i-LORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal
)f said court at Miami, Florida on
his 14 day of March. 1986
RICHARD P. BRINKER
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By J. Byron
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal i
LESTER ROGERS P.A.
Suite 200
1454 .N.W 17th Avenue
Miami, Florida 33125
Attorney for Petitioner
018701 March 22, 29;
April 5. 12.1986
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITOF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No. 85-124**
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
FLA. BAR NO. 170310
'IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF
I NELSON L. BARILLAS,
Petitioner-Husband,
and
MARTHA 1 BARILLAS,
Respondent-Wife.
TO: MRS MARTHA I
BARRILLAS
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 JEROLD H.
REICHLER, attorney for Peti-
tioner, whose address is 1400 N.E.
Miami Gardens Drive. Suite lu.i
North Miami Beach. FL 33179. and
file the original with the clerk of
the above styled court on or before
May 3, 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 consec-
utive weeks In THE JEWISH
FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of said court at Miami. Florida on
this 28 day of March. 1986.
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
1 By Clarlnda Brown
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
JEROLD H. REICHLER, Eaq.
LAW OFFICES OF
JEROLD H. REICHLER
1400 N.E. Miami Gardens Drive
Suite 103
North Miami Beach, Florida 38179
Attorney for Petitioner
18988_________April 6.13, 19, 36,1986 '
/ NOTICE UNDER
f FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, desiring to
engage In business under the
fictitious name Veri Facto
Investigative Service* at 1490 W 49
Place Suite 640 Hlaleah, Florida
33013, Intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida.
RochG.E. Hermantln
18927 March 29;
Aprils, 12. 19.1985
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, desiring to
engage in business under the
fictitious name MIAMI BEACH
RESORT AND HOTEL
DEVELOPMENT COMPANY at
17070 Collins Ave. Suite 371, Sunny
Isles. Florida 33160 Intend to
register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
Harold Schuller Jr.
18936 March 39;
April 6. 12, 19.1985
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, desiring to
engage In business under the
fictitious name "FLOWERLAND"
Plant Nursery, at 14375 S.W. 232nd
Street, Goulds, Florida 38170,
Intends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida.
JOHN REICHLING
14375 S.W. 232nd Street
Goulds. Florida 33170
d/b/a "FLOWERLAND"
Plant Nurssery
DEAN F. D1BARTOLOMEO, ESQ
Attorney for Applicant
8400 Bird Road. Miami, FL 33156
18709 March 15,33. 39;
____________________April 6.1985
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, desiring to
engage In business under the
fictitious name INFINITE
POSSIBILITIES, LTD.. at 1901
Brlckell Ave., No. B-3110, Miami,
Florida 83129, Intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
Clara M. Dlet-Roca
18710 March 15,22. 29;
"
INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOF
, THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
/ PROBATE DIVISION
FILE NO. 8*10*30
IN RE: ESTATE OF
BRENDEN LEE MOORE
Deceased
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING
CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
AGAINST THE ABOVE ESTATE
AND ALL OTHER PERSONS
INTERESTED IN SAID ESTATE:
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that the administration of the
estate of BRENDEN LEE
MOORE, deceased, late of Dade
County. Florida. File Number 83-
10630, is pending in the Circuit
Court In and for Dade County.
Florida. Probate Division, the
address of which is 73 West Flagler
Street, Miami, Florida 33130. The
names and addresses of the per-
sonal representative and the
personal representative's attorney
are set forth below.
All persons Interested In the
estate are required to file with this
court. WITHIN THREE MONTHS
OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE: (1) all claims
against the estate and (2) any
objection by an interested person
to whom notice was mailed that
challenges the validity of the will,
the qualifications of the personal
representative, venue, or
Jurisdiction of the court.
ALL CLAIMS. DEMANDS AND
OBJECTIONS NOT SO FILED
WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
Personal Representative:
BRENDA ALEXANDER
19337 N.W. 53 Place
Opa Locka. Florida 33055
First publication of this notice of
Administration on the 29th day of
March. 1985.
ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL
REPRESENTATIVE :
JUDITH REICH
I .a v. Offices at
3050 Biscayne Blvd. Suite BOO
Miami. Florida 33137
Telephone (3061 576-5522
18928 March 29;
_________Aprils. 1986


Page 14-B The Jewish Floridian / Friday, April 6, 1966


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NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELE VE NTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DADC COUNTY
Civil Action No. 15-0*771
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
Florid* Mr No. MSM
IN RE THE MARRIAGE OF:
NORA BARRERA.
Petitioner / Wife.
and
HECTOR P ASCUAL TABORDA.
Respondent / Husband
TO: Hector Pascual Taborda
Street address unknown
Medellln. Colombia
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a petition lor Dliaolutlon of
Marriage haa been filed and
commenced In thla court and you
are required to aerve a copy of
your written defenses. If any, to It
on Henry Leyte-Vldal. Eaq.. at-
torney for Petitioner, whoae ad-
dress Is 701 8.W. 27th Avenue, Suite
828, Miami. Florida 33138. and file
the original with the clerk of the
above atyled court on or before
April l*. 1MB; otherwlae a default
will be entered against you for the
relief prayed for In the complaint
or petition.
Thla notice hall be published
once each week for four con-
secutive weeka In THE JEWISH
FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of aald court at Miami, Florida on
thla 13th day of March, 1986
RICHARD P. BRINKER
Aa Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
ByB.J.FOY
Aa Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
Attorney for Petitioner:
Henry Leyte-Vldal. Eaq.
701 S.W. 27th Avenue. Suite 826
Miami, Florida SS1M
Telephone: (300)541-2266
1*740 March 22,28;
April 6,12.1966
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAMI LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, desiring to
engage In buatoeaa under the
fictitious name Joale'a Hair
Styling and Boutique at 8806 Mill
Drive, M-210. Miami. Florida
Intends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida.
Josefa Gonxalex
18*07 March 22. 28.
April 6,12,1966
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, desiring to
engage In business under the
fictitious name PERFORMANCE
MANAGEMENT ASSOCIATES
BUSINESS CONSULTANT
I ITINERANT i Intends to register
aald name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
Judith Victor
18906 March 22. 28;
April 6.12,1886
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 83-4820
Division 04
IN RE: ESTATE OF
CORAKAHN,
Deceased
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING
CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
AGAINST THE ABOVE ESTATE
AND ALL OTHER PERSONS
INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE i
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that the administration of the'
estate of CORA KAHN, deceased.
File Number 88-4820, Is pending In
the Circuit Court for Dade County,
Florida, Probate Division, the
address of which Is Dade County
Courthouse, 78 West Flagler
Street. Miami, Florida 33130. The
personal representatives of the
estate are JOSEPH KAHN And
ELAINE ENTEEN, whoae ad-
dresses are JOSEPH KAHN, 2421
Lake Pancoast Drive. Miami
Beach. Florida 33140, ELAINE
ENTEEN, 19 Meadowwood Lane.
Farmlngdale. New York 11736.
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
THIS NOTICE, to file with the
clerk of the above court a written
statement of any claim or demand
they may have. Each claim must
be In writing and must Indicate the
basis for the claim, the name and
address of the creditor or his agent
or attorney, and the amount
claimed. If the claim Is not yet due,
the date when It will become due
shall be stated. If the claim Is
contingent or unliquidated, the
nature of the uncertainty shall be
stated. If the claim Is secured, the
icurlty 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 Die any objections
they may have that challenges the
validity of the decedent's will, the
qualification of the personal repre-
sentative, or the venue or Jurisdic-
tion of the court.
ALL CLAIMS. DEMANDS, AND
OBJECTIONS NOT SO FILED
WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
Date of the first publication of
thla Notice of Administration:
April 6,1986.
JOSEPH KAHN
ELAINE ENTEEN
Aa Personal Representatives
of the Estate of
CORAKAHN I
Deceased
ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL
REPRESENTATIVE:
EUGENE J. WEISS
407 Lincoln Road,
Penthouse N-E
Miami Beach, Florida 88139
Telephone: 534-4721
18662 April 6, 12,1986
I N,THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
MDE COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
Fits Number 85-283*
Division M
ITN RE: ESTATE OF
MAX GLASS MAN.
Deceased
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING
CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
AGAIN8T THE ABOVE ESTATE
AND ALL OTHER PERSONS
INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE:
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that the administration of the
estate of MAX GLASSMAN,
deceased File Number 86-2839
(04). Is pending In the Circuit Court
for Dade County, Florida, Probate
Ul vision. the address of which la 78
West Flagler Street, Miami,
Florida 88180. The personal
representative of the estate la LEO
COWAN, whose address la 6101
Collins Avenue, Miami Beach,
Florida 88140. 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 Die with the
clerk of the above court a written
statement of any claim or demand
they may have. Each claim must
be In writing and must Indicate the
basis for the claim, the name and
address of the creditor or his agent
or attorney, and the amount
claimed. If the claim is not yet due,
the date when It will become due
shall be stated If the claim Is
contingent or unliquidated, the
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 thl
Notlce-of Administration haa 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 challenges the
validity of the decedent's will, the
qualifications of the personal
representative, or the venue or
Jurisdiction of the court.
I ALL CLAIMS, DEMANDS
AND OBJECTIONS NOT SO
FILED WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED.
Date of the first publication of
this Notice of Administration
April 6, 1986
LEO COWAN
As Personal Representative
of the Estate of
MAX GLASSMAN
Deceased
ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL
REPRESENTATIVE:
JOSEPH W. MALEK
360 Lincoln Road. Suite 601
Miami Beach. Florida 38189
Telephone: (806) 688-4481
18836 April 6. 12. 1985
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN*
that the undersigned, desiring to
engage In business under the
fictitious name Medical
Administrative Services, Intends
register same name with the
erk of the Circuit Court of Dade
ity, Florida.
Richard K. Slavln. Inc.
(18837 April 6,12,19.26,1966
---------Notrei undtr------
. FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
I NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN
that the undersigned, desiring to
tngags In business under the
fictitious name of Jerry's Place at
number 16830 S.W. 96th Court. 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
14th day of March. 1986.
JERRY'S FOREIGN
AUTO REPAIR, INC.
GERALD A. GERMAINE
18803 March 22, 29;
April 6. 12.1988
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
Cat* No. e-*45
D.V. NO. 12
FAMILY DIVISION
FL BAR 34*01*
In re the marriage of
JUDITH 1. NOBLECTLLA
Petitioner
and
JOSE D. NOBLECTLLA
Respondent
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: Jose D. NobleclUa.
1400 Av. 28 Julio No. 401
M1 ratio it e*.
Lima, Peru ____
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an
action for dissolution of marriage
has been filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses upon: I. J
GRAFF. ESQ. attorney foi
Petitioner, whose address Is 633
N.E. 167 SL N.M.B. Florida 33162,
on or before April 26, 1966. 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. Sinclair
As Deputy Clerk
18808 March 22, 28;
____________________April 6, 12,1886
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. 858*584(21 >
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAOE
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF:
GARC1A-MENENDEZ. DAISY
Petitioner
and
NUNEZ, MIGUEL B.
Respondent
TO: MIGUEL B. NUNEZ
ADRESS 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 DEL-VALLE A
NETSCH, P.A., attorney for
Petitioner, whose address Is 200
Aragon Avenue, Suite 4, Coral
Gables, Florida 38184, 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
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 8,1966.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By T. Casamayor
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal l
M. CRISTINA DEL-VALLE. Esq.
200 Aragon A ve. Suite 4
Coral Gables. FL SS134
Telephone: (306) 441-1020
FLA BAR NO. 336084
Attorney for Petitioner
18711 March 16.22, 29;
Aprils. 1888
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. 85-82S3
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAOE
IN RE: The Marriage of
RABECCA RUIZ.
i'etltloner-Wlfe.
and
RAFAEL RUIZ.
Respondent-Husband.
TO: RAFAEL RUIZ
8849 Forest Blvd., Lots
CaseyvUle, 111 62232
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDI
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.
RAMAN I. attorney for Petitioner,
whoae address Is 711 Blacayne
Bldg., 19 West Flagler Street.
Miami, Florida 33130. 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
demanded In the complaint or
petition.
This notice shall be published
once each week for four con
secutlve weeks in THE JEWISH
FLORIDIAN.
WTTNE38 my had and the seal of
said court at Miami, Florida on
this 7th day of March, 1986.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
Aa Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By L.E.R. SINCLAIR
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
GEORGE T RAMANI
Attorney for Petitioner
711 Bis cayne Bldg.
19 West Flagler Street
Miami. Florida 88180
Telephone: (806(374-4840
18707 March IB. 22, 28.
AprllB. 1988
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
DADC COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 18-2515
Division 01
IN RE: ESTATE OF
MORRIS BAUM.
Deceased
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
The administration of the estate
of MORRIS BAUM, deceased, File
Number 86-2886, Is pending In the
Circuit Court for Dade County,
Florida, Probate Division, the
address of which is 73 West Flagler
Street, Miami. Florida 88180. The
names and addresses of the per-
sonal representative and the
personal representstlve's 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 (2) any
objection by an Interested person
to whom notice was mailed 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 Notice has
begun on March 29.1886.
Personal Representative:
Dr. Leonard E. Baum
r-o Harry Zukemlck
420 Lincoln Road, Suite 441
Miami Beach. Florida33138
Attorney for Personal
Representative: i
HARRY ZUKERNICK
420 Lincoln Road Suite 441
Miami Beach. Florida 88189
Telephone: (806)672-0088
18818 March 28;
JIT couTf OF
INTHf CIRCU
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
OENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
CASE NO. 125*4
NOTICE OF ACTION
FLAG LE R FE DE RATL 8 A VTN OS
AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF
MIAMI, a United States Cor
poratlon.
Plaintiff,
vs.
RHODA R. ZERLIN. et al..
Defendants.
TO: The unknown heirs, devisees,
grantees, assignees, llenholders,
creditors, trustees or otherwise,
claiming by, through under or
against ROBERT I ZERLIN.
deceased, and all other parties
having or claiming to have any
right, title or Interest in and to the
property under foreclosure herein,
residence unknown.
YOU ARE NOTIFIED, that an
action to foreclose a mortgage on
the following described property In
Dade County. Florida: Lot 40. In
Block 15. of SNAPPER CREEK
TOWNHOUSES SECTION FOUR,
according to the P'.at thereof,
recorded In Plat Book 96, at Page
48, of the Public Records of Dade
County. Florida, has been filed
against you and you are required
to serve a copy of your written
defenses. If any. to it on Keith.
Mack. Lewis A Allison, Plaintiff's
attorneys, whose address Is 111
N.E. 1st Street, Miami, Florida
33132, on or before May 3,1988, and
file the original with the Clerk of
this Court either before service on
Plaintiff's attorneys or lm>
mediately thereafter; otherwise, a
default will be entered against you
for the relief demanded in the
complaint.
WITNESS my hand and eal of
this Court on the 27th day of
March. 1886.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
Clerk of the Court
By: E. ONDARO
Deputy Clerk
Aprils. 12. 19. 28.1986
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil ActIon No. 85-12 51 *
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN RE: The Marriage of:
DENI8E DOUYON,
Petitioner. Wife
and
GUY DOUYON.
Defendant, Husband
TO: GUY DOUYON
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. I.IPSON. Eaq
attorney for Petitioner, whose
address Is 801 N.E. 167th Street,
Suite 812, North Miami Beach
Florida 88162, and file the original
with the above styled court on or
before May 3. 1886; otherwlae a
default will be entered against you
for the relief prayed for In the
complaint or petition.
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of aald court at Miami. Florida on
this 27th day of March, 1888.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By J.BYRON
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
18886 April6.12, 19. 26,1868
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLOR IDA
FAMILY DIVISION
CASE NO. 85-10478
NOTICE OF ACTION
Florida Bar No. 182*14
In Ke: The Marriage of
ABDUL JALEEL, WAHAB.
Petitioner Husband.
and
SILVIA DEL CARMEN
( LOPEZ HUERTA WAHAB,
Respondent-Wife
TO: SILVIA DEL CARMEN
LOPEZ HUERTA WAHAB
A venlda del Sur 24M
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 A
JOHNSTON. PA., Attorney for
Petitioner. 10726 SW 104 Street,
Miami. FL 33176 on or before April
26th. 1988 and file the original with
the Clerk of this Court either
before service on Petitioner s
Attorney or Immediately
thereafter, otherwise a default will
be entered against you for the
relief demanded in the Complaint.
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of sal.l court at Miami. Florida on
the 15 day of Marcn. !86.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
Clerk of the Court
By J. Byron
Deputy Clerk
18901 March22. 28:
April 6.12.1988
18933
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil ACtlOn NO. 65-1007 5
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN RE: The Petition of:
Adoption of two minors
TO: Tyrone Wlndom
P.O. Box 1687
Dublin, Georgia
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a petition 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 Petitioner, whose
address la 801 N.E. 187th Street,
Suite 812. North Miami Beach,
Florida 33163, and file the original
with the clerk of the above styled
court on or before April 121,
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. 1886.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
Aa Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By CLARINDA BROWN
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
017806 March IS. 22, 28;
April 6.1886
INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No. 65-1040*-l*
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN HE: The marriage of
JOANNE DDXON. Wife
and
DAVID DIXON, Husband
TO: David Dlxon
(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 18. 1886;
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 14th day of March. 1886.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By C.P. COPELAND
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
018702 March 22, 38;
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 Shopcen II
Investments at 1500 San Remo
Avenue, Suite 200, Coral Gables,
Florida Intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida.
Shopcen II Investments, Inc.
Renda Corporation N.V.
Megan Investments N.V.
Twllllngate Corporation N.V.
P N A Investments, Inc.
18804 March 22. 28;
April 8.12.186
CONNSTTRUCT0|vSat|
Petitioner wife
and
CARLES U^ZECIQIa*
Respondent Husband
TO: Charles LenUEckman
V? ,,denc Unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY NO
that an action for Dlasoh'itwl
Marriage ha. been ST*?1
you and you are required bsL
copy of your written **Zl
any, to It on Antonio Tom J
attorney for Petitioner ,
address Is 701 S W 27th A.
Suite 626. Miami. Florid, ,
and file the original with the <
of the above styled court
before April 19. 1986; other,
default will be entered sHm!
for the relief demanded af
complaint or petition
This notice shall be publi
once each week for four .
secutlve weeks in THE jewi
FLORIDIAN. '
WITNESS my hand and this,
of said court at Miami. Floridij
thla 13th day of March. 19
RICHARD P BRINKER
Aa Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
ByB.J.FOY
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal i
Antonio Torrent. Jr., Esq.
Rossano, Torrent k
Leyte-Vldal, PA.
701 8. W. 27th Avenue, No. t
Miami, Florida 33136
Attorney for Petitioner
18741 March B. I
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL I
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA,!*"
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No. 15-WMi
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION |
IN RE: The marriage of:
LUIS LUNA, Husband
and
GLORIA LUNA, Wife
TO: GLORIA LUNA
Huaacar -1371 No.303
Jesus-Maria. Lima 11
Lima, Peru
YOU ARE HEREBY NO
that a petition for DI3SOLIT10|
OF MARRIAGE has been Weds
commenced In this court andj
are required to serve a copy 1
your written defenses. If any til
on ARTHUR H LIPSON. Es1
attorney for Petitioner,
address Is SOI N B. 187th Sti
Suit 312 North Miami Beai
Florida 33182 and file the ori
with the clerk oi the above it)
court on or before April IB, IN
otherwise a default will beenia
against you for the relief prajsj
for In the compiamt or petition
WITNESS my hand and the I
of said court at Miami. Florida
this 13 day of March. 1085
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
ByB.J.Foy
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
18738 March 15 n.8'1
ApKi a al
be
rel
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NOTICE OF ACTIfjk
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUITCOURTOf
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA.!*
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No. IS-Itf"
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF
JOSE O. GUTIERREZ
Petitioner
and
ALICIA SUAREZ.
Respondent
TO: Mrs. AliciaSuarei
Calle Primera No. 10
EntreCjulntaySexta
Habana. Cuba .,__
YOU ARE HEREBY NCfflTB
that an action for DuwUiW*
Marriage has been filed aps.
you and you are required to rm
copy of your written *{
any, to It on VICTOR MSLA^
attorney for Petitioner. *
address 1* 1437 S W. Fir* *
Miami. Florida 33138. MdW"
original with the clerk; of****
styled court on or beforti *-
18th. 1888; otherwise sdefauB-
. entered against you for"
lief demanded in the comp"
CUnonuce.ha.,te^
^utlvTweerln SAI
FLORIDIAN. ._-J
WITNESS my hand **jJ
at said court at Miami. Flo
thla 10th day of March, 1W>
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County. Florid*
By CLARINDA BROWN
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
VICTOR M. SUAREZ, ES<
1487 S.W. First Street
Miami, Florida 88188
Telephone: (806) 648-8486


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MKs Who Met With Arafat Will Not
Face Criminal Proceedings
JERUSALEM (JTA) -
Attorney General Yitzhak Zamir,
acting on the recommendation of
police investigators, said that he
would not open criminal
proceedings against two Knesset
members who met with Palestine
Liberation Organization chief
Yasir Arafat in Tunis last month.
Zamir had asked for an in-
vestigation to determine whether
MKs Matityahu Peled and
Mohammed Miari of the
Progressive List for Peace, had
jeopardized State security by
meeting with Arafat.
Zamir's decision, based on the
findings, was in line with rulings
in similar cases in the past that
open meetings with Arafat or
other PLO representatives could
not be construed as "contact with
the enemy" within the meaning
of the criminal code.
Zamir said, in an official
statement, that the two MKs had
provided a "reasonable ex-
planation" for their meeting with
Arafat and that it had not been
their intention to compromise
State security. Rulings by the
Supreme Court in earlier cases
determined that intent is a
prerequisite for proving guilt.
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Jewish Floridian
Friday, April 5,1985
Section C
the ten plaques
Weae they f or Real Or natuRal disasteRS?
By DVORA WAYSMAN
One of the most vivid accounts
which we read in our Haggadah
each Passover is one of the ten
plagues, by which Pharaoh was
pressured into finally conceding
to Moses' plea: "Let my people
go!" With each plague, Pharaoh
yielded momentarily until the
crisis was past and then, once
more, "hardened his heart."
The plagues came in terrifying
succession. The water turned to
blood; frogs covered the land; the
dust of Egypt became gnats;
beetles swarmed over the earth;
boils broke forth on man and
beast; hail rained down from
heaven; locusts covered the face
of the earth; darkness descended
on the land and, the most terrible
plague of all, the firstborn of
every Egyptian from the mighty
Pharaoh to the humblest maid-
servant was slain by the Angel of
Death.
Nahum Betzer, an Israeli
engineer at the Technion's Center
of Environmental and Water
Resources Engineering, has
developed a theory which ex-
plains nine of the Biblical plagues
as a chain reaction of ecological
disasters. He is not the first to do
so. A medieval Spanish scholar
named Don Yitzhak Abarbanel
also had an explanation for them
as natural phenomena.
ACCORDING to Betzer, the
first plague, blood, resulted from
a sudden proliferation of red
microscopic organisms in the
Nile. These could have blocked
photosynthesis, killing the fish
and making the water recede.
Thus a natural breeding ground
was provided for the second
plague, frogs. They were killed by
the terror-stricken Egyptians,
and the decomposing bodies bred
the lice.
The ecological imbalance
resulted in a plague of wild
animals, and the cattle disease
became inevitable. The plague of
hail, he explains, was a result of
clouds of smoke rising from the
disaster-stricken land. The
locusts arrived on a wind from
Arabia, later being dispersed by a
change of wind and the clouds of
locusts produced the plague of
darkness. Betzer. like Abarbanel,
has no explanation for the
slaying of the firstborn.
This all sounds quite logical. A
miracle, after all, is just a natural
phenomenon that happens
precisely when it is needed. In
this case, it is the timing that is
miraculous, and this need not in
any way disturb the pious Jew.
The ten plagues were also
executed as a judgment on the
gods of Egypt. The Nile River
was a god that became loathsome
to its worshippers. The frog, a
symbol of fertility, became a
horror. Sacred animals like the
ram, the goat, the bull were all
impotent against the disease. The
sacred beetle, the scarab, tor-
mented its worshippers. The
plague of darkness eclipsed Ra,
the sun god. As it is written:
"Against all the gods of Egypt I
will execute judgments. I am the
Lord." (Exodus 11:12)
THE BIBLICAL story of the
Exodus is consistent with what
we now know of political con-
ditions in the Near East at that
period, and historical records
have verified much of the data.
The ten plaques form a symmetry
the first nine consisting of
three series of three: blood, frogs,
gnats; fleas, murrain, boils; hail,
locusts, darkness.
In each series, the first is
announced to Pharaoh
beforehand at the edge of the
Nile; the second is proclaimed by
Moses at the palace; the third
comes without warning. A climax
is reached with the tenth and
final plague the slaying of the
firstborn. The first nine un-
doubtedly have a basis in natural
phenomena, but the last is wholly
supernatural.
We must realize that they were
recorded not so much to give a
historical, ecological or ar-
chaeological chronicle, but for
moral instruction. Pharaoh
received the warnings and was
given a chance to repent, but
there is unsparing punishment
for those who harden their hearts
against God and continue to
oppress their fellow man.
This is the Passover message
of the ten plagues.


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ashkenazi haoo&oah
Reveals knowledge
Of Jewish Cepemony
<**m i
By DR. LEILA AVRIN
By the 6th Century CE. the
biblical name of Ashkenaz
(Noah's great-grandson, Genesis
10:31. wa associated with Ger-
many, and so the Jews who
dwelled in that part of Europe
and their descendants, wherever
they may live today, belong to
the Ashkenazi tradition. In the
Middle Ages, the books they
wrote and illustrated looked
different from the ones made by
the Jewish of Sepharad, Spain.
In the 14th and 15th Centuries,
the services of scribes and artists
were less costly than they are
today. Still, it was an ex-
travagance for a Jew to com-
mission a hand-written
Haggadah for himself or to give
as a gift to a member of his
family or a good friend. In spite
of the persecutions our
Ashkenazi ancestors endured in
those days, some obviously had
the means to indulge their
esthetic taste in an illuminated
book for their Passover Seder,
decorated with colors and gold
leaf and illustrated, in the
margins surrounding the text,
with scenes from the Bible and
everyday life.
THE TEXT of the Haggadah
was written out in large or-
namental block letters on han-
dsome parchment. Either the
scribe himself or another artist
drew or painted in the
decorations in spaces left for that
purpose. It is assumed that at
times the artist was not Jewish,
as in the Darmstadt Haggadah,
so-named because it is in the
State and University Library in
that city. It was written in the
Upper Rhine region in the first
half of the 15th Century, and the
scribe, Israel ben Meir of
Heidelberg, signed his name to
his work.
The few illustrated pages that
appear repeat an early motif of
young women being instructed
by elderly and scholarly looking
gentlemen, and are certainly not
biblical. This large, sumptuous
Haggadah may have been a gift
to a woman, and its illustrator
probably followed the in-
structions of his patron or the
scribe and had no first-hand
knowledge of Jewish customs or
Passover rituals.
But the illustrations of more
than a score of Ashkenazi
Haggadot reveal a deep
knowledge of Jewish ceremonies
and were obviously illustrated by
Jews. These artists recorded the
manifold preparations for the
festival: the cleaning of the
household's cabinets and
Scenes from the life of Moses in the Golden
Haggadah. Pictures depict the finding of
Moses, Bithiah bringing him to Pharaoh, an
Egyptian smiting a Hebrew, and Moses
saving the daughter of the priest ofMidian.
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the house for leaven with candle,
feathers and bowl; the making of
dough and baking of the round
matzoh: cooking for the holiday
meal (in one Haggadah in the
Library of Congress in
Washington, written in 1947 by
the scribe Joel ben Simeon, a boy
tastes the soup prepared by two
women as a reward for patiently
turning the spit of barbecuing
meat; and drawing wine from a
barrel for the Four Cups to be
consumed at the Seder.
THE FAMILY gathered
around the table is also depicted
realistically. It seems that
several people had to share a
Haggadah at the Seder, unlike
today when you can find one at
all price ranges, and each guest
uses his or her own. The medieval
Ashkenazi dining room, its table,
tablecloth, lamps, dishes, wine
cups and bottles, can all be
reconstructed on the basis of
these illustrations, as can the
holiday dress wom by Jewish
men and women. Often, but not
always, men are wearing the
Jews' hat, a requirement decreed
by the Church in the early 13th
Century.
Biblical scenes figure as
prominently in Ashkenazi
Haggadot as those showing
contemporary Jewish life. The
parting of the Red Sea for the
Israelites and the giving of the
Ten Commandments at Mt. Sinai
are illustrated alongside the
narration of these events in the
text. Other important passages
have pictures to go with them as
well: the famous Talmudic rabbis
of B'nai Brak, the Four Sons, the
drinking of the Four Cups, and
three most important elements of
every Seder-the Pesach (pascal
lamb), Matzoh (unleavened
bread) and Maror (bitter herb).
Another important theme was
Elijah the prophet, seen blowing
the shofar as he leads the
Messiah on a donkey, or, at
times, himself astride the
donkey. Elijah appears at the
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exoous Is histoRys f,Rst mauch fop freedom
By BERNICE
S. TANNENBAUM
Chairman, American Section,
World Zionist Organization
The Exodus is history's first
and most inspiring march for
freedom. For more than 5,000
years it has been celebrated
annually as a festival com-
memorating the first successful
struggle for the freedom of an
entire people. It has been a
beacon of hope to all peoples who
seek liberty and the right to
govern themselves and to
determine their own national
destiny.
Passover reminds us that
though the Jewish people had
suffered the humiliation and
affliction of slavery, with our
exodus from bondage to
salvation, we achieved the glory
of liberty for the Jews as free men
and women in the land of Israel.
Today Israel, in spite of all its
problems, faithfully follows the
democratic process and stands
out as an oasis of freedom in a
region of feudal kings and
despots.
THIS PASSOVER as in many
Passovers during the last
decades, Israel continues her
fervent quest for peace by
negotiation.
The agenda for the year ahead
has its priorities: we are com-
mitted to refuting the obscene
United Nations "Zionism is
Racism" resolution as an assault
on human rights.
In actuality, the heroic rescue
of the persecuted Ethiopian Jews
and the outpouring of Jewish
support and the tender loving
care with which their absorption
and settlement in Israel is
proceeding, is the ultimate
refutation of this misbegotten
President Mubarak
resolution. In a repetition of the
soul-stirring Passover ex-
perience, another segment of the
Jewish people has been succored
and brought to freedom in their
Jewish homeland.
THIS DRAMATIC rescue
operation is one of the proudest
moments in Zionist history and a
demonstration of the true
meaning of the Zionist ideal of
ingathering. It is a deed which
dramatically spells out for the
world that we are a vibrant
people whose philosphy is a
moral force based on our
prophetic teachings.
We must meet the coming
challenges with the strength
required to oppose those forces in
the world which are using anti-
Semitism and anti-Zionism as the
cover for the campaign to
delegitimize the State of Israel.
We must continue to coun-
teract the USSR's program of
spiritual and cultural repression
and the virtual cessation of
Soviet-Jewish emigration. At the
same time we hope that improved
American-Soviet relations and a
new leader in Moscow will result
in opening the doors to the
emigration of Soviet Jews once
again.
ANOTHER priority is to place
Zionism on the examination
table. We have marshalled a
group of academicians, noted
thinkers and Zionist leaders into
a "Brain-Corps for Zionism."
Together we have met in Israel,
the United States, the Com-
monwealth countries, Europe and
Latin America. We have
analyzed the Zionist movement
and structure within the context
of world Jewry today and in the
future, and the problems,
challenges and changes it will
confront.
Out of this self-examination, I
believe a vibrant, goal-oriented
Zionist movement will emerge
that will be a central force in
Jewish life in the 21st century in
behalf of positive Jewish
existence, survival and the
upbuilding of the Jewish
homeland.
We must continue our efforts
to have the United States move
its embassy to Jerusalem, the
Holy City and the eternal capital
of Israel and the Jewish people.
We must press President Hosni
Mubarak of Egypt to take the
Camp David peace process out of
cold storage, especially now that
Israel is withdrawing its army
from Lebanon.
DESPITE finncial stringency,
Israel must continue to deal with
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the problem of absorbing new
immigrants, both from the free
world, from distressed areas and
from behind the Iron Curtain.
She must also continue her
struggle to close the economic
and social gaps within her
society. Israel has proven that it
is steadfast in its loyalty to its
prophetic heritage of adherence
to morality, justice and the
sanctity of human life.
We rejoice that this Passover,
Ethiopian Jews will be able to
celebrate at the Seder table and
exult in freedom.
For these reasons, on this
Passover Eve, so close to the
37th Yom Ha'atzmaut, we will
share the personally meaningful
commitment to do all we can so
that Israel can fulfill its historic
destiny as the nation of the
Jewish people, and to help its
citizens to live in peace, freedom
and in security.
So we observe the Seder ritual
and drink to the ancient
liberation, and we pray for a new
era of peace and rebuilding.
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SephaRdi haqqadah
Best example: the
Sarajevo edition

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By DR. LEILA AVRIN
The Jews of medieval Europe
had their best sellers too. In
those days, a book sold fewer
copies but remained on the list
for a few centuries. The Jewish
best seller of 13th and 14th
Century Spain was the
illuminated Haggadah. Not every
Sephardi could afford to have an
illustrated book for his Seder
table on Passover, but the
number must have exceeded the
thirty or so surviving Haggadot
Still, considering the per-
secutions and forced conversions
from the late 14th Century until
the final expulsion in 1492. and
the wandering, resettlement and
hardships afterwards, thirty does
not seem so few.
Before the expulsion.
Sephardim were well integrated
into the cultural life of the
Moslem and Christian societies
around them; this is reflected in
Hebrew literature, architecture
and the visual arts. Much energy
was devoted to the art of the
book, its hand-written text, its
decoration and its leather bin-
ding. None of the Sephardi
scribes or craftsmen left his name
in the manuscript in the form of a
colophon, the signature at the
end characteristic of medieval
books, which can be found in
some of the Hebrew Bibles from
Spain. That the artists of
Sephardi Haggadot were Jewish
is obvious from the many
illustrations which show an
intimate knowledge of Jewish
customs associated with the
Passover festival.
THE BEST known Sephardi
Haggadah today, the Sarajevo
Haggadah. was originally written
in Catalonia in the 14th Century.
It has survived because its
owner, whoever he was. was wise
enough to leave Spain with it
The Ottoman Turks welcomed
Jews to settle all over their
empire: some came to Sarajevo in
Yugoslavia by way of Salonica in
the mid-16th Century. The
Haggadah may have been in the
same family for centuries.
In 1894. a Sephardi child, in
order to raise money for the
family after his father died,
brought the book to school to
sell. It was purchased for the
newly-established Bosnian
National Museum for the
reported sum of 100 florins. Four
years later, a facsimile of the
Sarajevo Haggadah was
published in Vienna: from that
time on. several Haggadot have
been reproduced. They have
become gift books in our times in
alj price ranges, from the
magnificent Golden Haggadah, a
limited edition of an early 14th
Century manuscript in the
British Library, shining with
gold leaf, to the more-popularly
priced Sarajevo Haggadah,
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republished in color in the 1960s
in New York, London nd nearly
every European country in-
cluding Yugoslavia.
It is still being reproduced in
Israel, often being given as a gift
to one's Seder host. So famous
was this manuscript that when
the Nazis took Sarajevo in April
of 1941, an SS officer was sent to
the museum to take the
Haggadah as a prize. While the
curator kept the officer occupied,
his secretary spirited the
Haggadah away, and handed it
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Ashkenazi
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recitation of "Pour out thy
wrath ..." the prayer is still
said when we open the door for
him at our Seder today. Rarer
than this messianic theme is the
vision of the rebuilt Jerusalem,
depicted as early as 1300.
THERE IS one curiosity in an
Ashkenazi Haggadah that
confirms the importance of ar-
tistry in the book. At the
beginning of the Washington
Haggadah. there is the usual
Eruv Tavshilin, a blessing made
by the housewife over a portion of
food that is set aside when the
first day of Passover falls on
Friday, requesting permission to
cook on the festival for the
following Sabbath day.
A slip of the quill caused the
scribe Joel ben Simeon to err, and
he wrote for permission to cook
"on the Sabbath for the festival."
Ink on parchment can be scraped
off easily and mistakes corrected,
even long after the ink is dry. Yet
this ritually serious blunder made
in 1478 was not noticed until
1966. Obviously, the illuminated
Haggadah was valued over the
ages more for its pictures than for
the ritual correctness of its text.
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how do ethiopians faae
in ispael now that they're
finally 'Back home'?
Friday, April 5,1985 / The Jewish Floridian Page 5-C

By DAVID HOLZEL
It is said they arrive in Israel
like Holocaust survivors: ill,
bewildered, the clothes they are
wearing their only possessions.
Some kiss the ground. They are
home.
The complicated, troubled, still
incomplete exodus of the Jews
from Ethiopia is now known by
the world. After arriving in
Israel, how do they fare? At the
Beer Sheva Absorption Center,
some of my questions were
answered. Sitting in the Center's
courtyard, under the warm
Negev Desert sun, and
surrounded by Ethiopian olim of
all ages. I got the impression
that, ultimately, these people are
going to succeed.
Malka Elboin. director of the
Beer Sheva facility has. together
with her staff, engaged in the
absorption of Ethiopian im-
migrants for the past five years.
She maintains that every effort is
made to familiarize the
newcomers to the Israeli way of
life, and to pave the way for a
smooth entrance into society.
THE LARGE staff includes
social workers, teachers and
translators who are "veteran"
Israelis from Ethiopia. They and
a host of para-professionals work
with the newcomers on a day-to-
day basis, visiting their homes,
answering questions, and ac-
companying them around town:
to the bank, the supermarket, the
hospital, the clinic.
The Be'er Sheva Absorption
Center is home to about 500
Ethiopian olim, Elboim explains.
The facility specializes in the
absorption of large nuclear
families and extended families.
There is a nursery school and a
kindergarten on the premises.
Also, a Hebrew-language ulpan
for the adults. School-age
children are placed in local public
religious schools.
Activities familiarizing the
Ethiopians with Israel and Israeli
life are ongoing: trips around the
country. get-togethers with
Israelis, films, folk dancing,
home economics courses which
introduce the Ethiopians to new
foods, and citizenship seminars
where the basics of democracy
are discussed. The Absorption
Center throws parties to
celebrate Israeli and Jewish
holidays, "organized with the
active participation of the olim,"
Elboim emphasizes.
IN THE first week after their
arrival, the Ethiopians are given
clothes, various official
documents, money, vaccinations
and further medical attention, if
necessary. During the first three
weeks. the physical and
physiological conditions of the
Ethiopians are monitored. They
are also shown around town, and
introduced to the various local
facilities available to them. By
the fifth week. Elboim says, the
children have been enrolled in
school, and everyone has pretty
much learned the ropes.
After the ten-month-long
intensive Hebrew ulpan. the
graduates are guided towards
employment. Elboim says that
the Ethiopians are encouraged to
enroll in vocational training
courses, rather than begin im-
mediately in unskilled positions
as "a large percentage of them
have the potential for learning a
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trade." Within a year-and-a-half,
she says, most of the Ethiopians
are in permanent housing, and
are well on their way to being
fully absorbed.
Elboim emphasizes that the
Ethiopians are encouraged to
maintain their traditions,
mingling them with what they
are learning of customs and
practices in Israel. This is a
cardinal principle at the
Absorption Center. This, in
short, is the program of ab-
sorption. Back in the sunny
courtyard, I can only guess from
outward appearances how the
Ethiopians are adjusting.
LITTLE CHILDREN, ap-
parently healthy, definitely
curious, gather around me,
smiling shyly, saying shalom,
and asking my name. Older boys
coming home from elementary
school are eager to chat. They
speak Hebrew comfortably. With
one another, they seem to have
adopted the brash assertive tones
of Israeli kids.
If the children are being
handed a brand new life, for the
older people, it is as if they have
lost a world. Their way of life has
been rendered anachronistic by
their passage to Israel, and the
passage of time.
This point was driven home to
me in conversations with two
older men. One, sitting down
beside me. told me, in broken
Hebrew, that he is a cohen,
priest. "A rabbi," he added, in
case I didn't understand at first.
A well-built man, wearing a
traditional white robe called a
shama over his jacket, he said
that he was 67 years old. "Israel
is very good. Very, very nice."
LEARNING THAT my
origins are American, he asked
me, "Who is king in America?" I
answered that the United States,
like Israel, has a president, not a
king. Had he heard of Ronald
Reagan? Another man said that
he had, but wanted to know who
was king in America before the
presidents.
"The elders have no place in
the communal structure
anymore," explains Steven
Kaplan, coordinator of the Ben-
Zvi Institute's research project
on Ethiopian Jewry. "The young
people who arrived in Israel
previously are the new leaders."
Reda-e Yelma was my guide at
the Be'er Sheva Absorption
Center. He is one of the facility's
three translators, employed by
the Jewish Agency. He arrived in
Israel from Ethiopia nearly four
years ago. He expresses pleasure
at being able to work with his
own people. He sees nothing
standing in the way of the
Ethiopians' entrance into the
Israeli mainstream. "What's
important is that they're in their
own country, with their
brothers." he says.
But doesn't he foresee
problems caused by the radically
new way of life, the unfamiliar
institutions, the alien en-
vironment? Reda-e shrugs these
things off: "They already knew
where they were going. They
knew they were coming to Eretz
Yisrael". They aren't worried
about the details of day-to-day
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Why Jews pORBiooen
to hate eqyptians
By RACHEL RABINOWICZ
The stirrings of activity in the
Arab-Israeli impasse are par-
ticularly welcome in this season
of rebirth and renewal. For the
dynamics of hope, as well as the
politics of peace, preoccupy the
minds of Jews preparing to
celebrate the Passover, which
commences on Apr. 5 and
commemorates the deliverance
from Egyptian bondage some
3,300 years ago.
And while mixed signals
emerge from Cairo, we may well
ponder the complex and am-
bivalent relationship that has
existed between Israel and Egypt
since the very dawn of Jewish
history. This interaction is noted
in the commentary of the "Feast
of Freedom" the new 144-page
Haggadah published by the
Rabbinical Assembly, the in-
ternational organization of
Conservative rabbis.
SINCE FAMINE first im-
pelled the patriarch Abraham to
journey to the land of the Nile,
Egypt has played a prominent
and sometimes dominant role in
the lives of Abraham's children.
In seeking cultural and com-
mercial interchange, Israel's
government is following a long
standing royal precedent. For
Solomon married an Egyptian
princess and made a trade treaty
with her father. The Book of
Kings chronicles the results,
often catastrophic, of Egypt's
intermittent intervention in the
affairs of the Kingdoms of Judah
and Israel.
The ancestors of President
Hosni Mubarak were charac-
terized by the Prophets as weak
Rachel Anne Rabinouiicz is
editor of The Feast of
Freedom, a 144-page
Haggadah published by the
Rabbinical Assembly.
reeds not to be relied on.
Nevertheless, for over three
thousand years Jews have been
conditioned to cultivate a pro-
Egyptian attitude rooted not in
history's harsh reality but in the
Bible's clearly articulated
morality.
On the face of it, the ancient
Hebrews had every reason to
loathe the ancient Egyptians. It
was a Hebrew. Joseph, who had
formulated the far-sighted food
conservation program that saved
the entire population from
starvation. And it was at the
specific invitation of a reigning
pharaoh that Joseph's brothers
had come to stay in Goshen.
The new immigrants, minding
their sheep and their own
business, were devoted patriots
(the rabbis tell us) who saved
their newly adopted homeland
from defeat in a series of major
battles. We will never know why
they were singled out for
destruction.
ALL WE KNOW is that when
Joseph died, the record of his
good works died with him. A new
king arose who "knew not
Joseph." Gradually,
systematically, he deprived the
"resident aliens" of their civil
rights, instituting a program of
mass enslavement and child
murder that constituted
calculated genocide. In terms of
art and architecture, the ancient
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Egyptians were highly advanced.
In terms of human values, they
were sadly deficient. Rabbinic
writings describe the wanton
brutalities of the overseers, the
psychologial and physical
maltreatment of the hapless
slaves. And the historian
Josephus notes that it was in
Egypt that we first encounter
organized anti-Semitism.
Yet Jews are categorically
commanded not to respond with
hatred. Local customs, idolatrous
and immoral, are not to be
adopted; the practices are to be
regarded with antipathy but not
the practitioners. The Torah tells
us, "You shall not abhor the
Egyptians" (Deuteronomy 23:8).
And it is surely one of the most
positive negative commandments
ever written into a moral code.
The Exodus from Egyptian
servitude was the cataclysmic
event that gave birth to the
Jewish nation, a nation wedded
inextricably to the concept of one
God, invisible, indivisible,
universal, the God who is "the
Redeemer of the oppressed, the
Liberator of the enslaved, the
Defender of the weak against the
strong." The memory of the
Exodus is imprinted on our
national consciousness, threaded
through our liturgy, recalled on
every Sabbath, linked to every
festival. It is mentioned every
day, in the blessings recited after
meals.
IN FACT, it is more than a
memory. The Haggadah, the text
that is the blueprint for the
Seder, the liturgical feast at the
heart of the Passover celebration,
requires us to relive the poignant
details, to taste the bitter herbs
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mope teRRORism mupoeR on Way fRom 'mitzRayim'
By HUGH ORGEL
TEL AVIV (JTA) -
Defense Minister Yitzhak
Rabin warns that Israel
may have to endure a new
wave of terrorist attacks by
Iran-inspired Islamic
fundamentalists during the
withdrawal of the Israel
Defense Force from south
Lebanon and even after the
withdrawal is completed.
He said the IDF would
respond to such attacks
even if it meant reentering
Lebanon temporarily.
Deputy Premier and Foreign
Minister Yitzhak Shamir said
[hat Israel would take all
necessary measures, even the
most severe, to protect its
soldiers. Both men were ad-
dressing an international con-
ference of Conservative Jews in
Jerusalem.
The IDF has already con-
ducted extensive searches in
Shiite Moslem villages where two
Israeli senior officers and one
non-commissioned officer were
killed in the first 48 hours after
the IDF completed the first stage
of its withdrawal from south
Lebanon.
COL. AVRAHAM HIDO, 41,
of Kibbutz Shefayim, was
mortally wounded when his
convoy was ambushed in Salim
village north of Nabatiya on
Monday. Maj. Shaul Zehavi, 27,
of Petach Tikva, died on the same
day when a roadside bomb
detonated as his jeep patrol
entered Al-Bazouriye village east
of Tyre. Sgt. Shlomo Oleg
Avrumov, 23, was killed on the
same spot recently also by a
roadside explosive.
In the past several weeks
seven IDF officers and men have
been killed and scores wounded in
south Lebanon in ambushes and
roadside bombings attributed to
Shiite Moslems. Two soldiers
were wounded in the incidents
that took the lives of Hido and
Zehavi.
Three attacks on the IDF last
week caused no casualties. One
Hie extremist
wing of the Shiite
with the PLO.
was carried out with rocket-
propelled grenades (RPGs) near
Ansar and another with RPGs
and automatic weapons near
Deier Khanun. The target of one
attack was the IDF liaison office
in Nabatiya which has been hit
several times. In the past week.
AMID GROWING demands
in Israel for tougher measures
against terrorists and guerrillas
in Lebanon, heavily armed IDF
units combed at least four Shiite
villages, carrying out house-to-
house searches. All male
residents were rounded up and
questioned in village squares.
During the search of Al-
Bazouriye, two terrorists were
killed and a third was captured
while trying to flee from Israeli
forces. An army spokesman said
quantities of arms and sabotage
material was found in their
homes and on their persons. A
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Zehavi was killed, was destroyed
by the IDF.
Shamir, who is acting prime
minister in the absence of Shimon
Peres, currently on a visit to
Italy and Rumania, said, "The
recent increase in the number of
attacks against our forces is in
large measure due to the com-
petition between the various
terrorist organizations to prove
which is more active against the
Israeli forces and which will
control the areas we evacuate."
SHAMIR STRESSED in his
speech to the conservative Jews
and later in remarks to reporters,
that the attacks are absolutely
pointless and unjustified. "It is
terrorism without any reason,
without any justification,
because the terrorists know
exactly that we are going to leave
I.i-kmon There is no reason
for it, but we have to do all
possible to stop it," he said.
Asked if he thought the IDF
pullout from south Lebanon
should be speeded up. Shamir
replied, "We will have to consider
our plans in the near future (for
the second stage of the with-
drawal), and we have to take into
account the security of the
Galilee."
Rabin, who spoke earlier,
predicted "more painful days
before us in Lebanon" and a long
road ahead before tranquility is
restored to Israel's northern
border. He said it was far from
certain that terrorism would end
when the last Israeli soldier
leaves Lebanon.
THE EXTREMIST wing of
the Shiite Moslems, under the
influence of the Ayatollah
Ruhollah Khomeini of Iran,
might cooperate with the
Palestine Liberation
Organization and, with the
blessings of Syria, persist in their
terrorist acts, he said.
Rabin observed that the Shiite
Moslems in south Lebanon were
responsible for 90 percent of the
recent attacks on the IDF. Some
embarked on suicide missions,
blowing themselves up in booby-
trapped cars.
"I hope they will not carry out
terrorist attacks in Israel," Rabin
said, "but there will be extreme
elements, organized, financed,
and inspired by the Iranian
regime of Khomeini and the
Islamic fundamentalists like the
Revolutionary Guards who,
during the war in Lebanon, sent
1,500 of their soldiers into
Lebanon to continue the fight.
They may cooperate with the
PLO, and no doubt Syria may
even increase its support and
encourage them."
If terrorism continues after the
withdrawal is completed, the IDF
would not hesitate to reenter
southern Lebanon, Rabin said. If
terrorists return to the border to
shell Israeli towns, "we will
prevent this from happening,
even if it requires going back into
Lebanon temporarily, bombing
the area, shelling it."
SPEAKERS AT a Tel Aviv
University symposium on
Lebanon recently stressed that
there are two trends among
Shiite Moslems moderates
who are interested in hastening
the IDF's departure but whose
main objective is political power
in Lebanon; and extremists who
seek bloodshed for its own sake.
According to the speakers, the
mainline Shiite Amal movement
may eventually cooperate with
Israel to prevent Palestinian
terrorists from returning to south
Lebanon and resist the extremist
trend which represents the hard-
line Khomeini-inspired fun-
damentalists.
The Lebanon army is trying to
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the IDF left the town. The
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message op Communal neeO As We CeleBRate passoveR
By SAMUEL I. ADLER
President
And MYRON J. BRODIE
Execntive Vice President
Greater Miami
Jewish Federation
Jewish festivals are
traditionally occasions for
families to gather together and
celebrate. While at other times of
the year we are all individuals, at
holiday time we have the op-
portunity to become part of a
larger unit, stronger together
than alone.
As Passover approaches, many
of us will sit down to the
traditional seder with our
families and recall the story of
the Jews exodus from the bonds
of slavery. It is the spirit of
family that has bound the Jewish
people together for centuries.
WE AT the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation are a family
a family of beneficiary agencies
representing thousands of Jews
who need our support.
Much like parents who have
the inherent responsibility to care
for their offspring fostering
Samuel Adler
their growth and development,
supporting and sustaining them
throughout their lives 90
Myron J. Brodie
Federation and its beneficiary
agencies bear a responsibility to
maintain vital educational and
social welfare programs in the
community and elsewhere
through funds raised from the
Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel
Emergency Fund Campaign.
Our "children" live in the local
Miami community they are
the handicapped, the infirm, and
the homeless Jews. They are the
1 Jewish youth requiring an
education, the elderly who
depend upon us for shelter and
hot meals.
They also live in Israel. We
have watched like proud parents
the development and
strengthening of modern Israel.
Yet. so many of our "children" in
Israel still need our help many
continue to lack the social ser-
vices necessary to become
productive Israeli citizens.
IN ADDITION. Israel is
suffering an economic strain, the
magnitude of which is un-
precedented. In 1985. Israel is
reducing its budget spending by
17 percent. To bring this closer to
home, the U.S. budget is ap-
proximately $750 billion.
A 17 percent cut would be a
reduction of $128 billion. Few. if
any. in Washington believe that
Congress could realistically cut
any more than 7 percent without
a profound, painful effect upon
the nation.
To add a further strain to this
critical situation, Israel has
experienced an unexpected influx
of new immigrants and the cost
of absorbing these immigrants is
estimated to be $100 million over
the next three years.
AS WE join with our own
families for the Jewish festival of
freedom, we must feel a part of
this worldwide Jewish family We
must continuously provide all of
the members of our family with
the reassurance that there is a
Greater Miami Jewish
Federation which care- deeply
and acts compassionately
As you celebrate Passo\ er with
your family, think about our
family the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation family
On behalf of the officers. Board
of Directors and staff of the
Greater Miami Jewish
Federation, we want to wish you
and your family a very happy and
healthy Passover.
moRe ano meme
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NEW YORK -
Increasingly, the Soviet
media are charging Jews
and Zionists with having
collaborated and inspired
the Nazis to foment anti-
Semitism, according to a
new report issued by the
American Jewish Com-
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The report has been delivered
by AJC officials to German
Chancellor Helmut Kohl and
Mexican President Miguel da la
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dangers surrounding two million
Jews in the Soviet Union.
The goal of the media
campaign is "to trigger hostility
against Jews among the Soviet
public by linking Jews to the
archevil enemy of the Soviet
state," explains Allan L.
Kagedan, research analyst who
prepared the survey for the
AJC's International Relations
Department, titled, "Soviet Anti-
Jewish Publications, 1979-1984."
KAGEDAN WARNS in con-
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threat to Soviet Jews is imme-
diate and gravely perilous. The
media is giving a clear signal to
the public that it may mistreat
Jews as they wish with the
blessing of the authorities."
He adds: "The strongest
purpose of the campaign is to
intimidate Jews into assimilating
and giving up their struggle for
their rights, but it goes beyond
this. The Soviet regime wishes to
win favor among the ethnic
Russian population by driving
Jewish professionals from their
positions to make room for more
Russians."
The report, which cites more
than 20 anti-Semitic attacks
appearing in major publications
or on broadcasts in the last
several years, notes that the
terms "Zionists" and "Jews" are
used interchangeably or in
tandem, in the patterns of such
classic anti-Semitic tracts as
"Mein Kampf" and "The
protocols of the Elders of Zion."
IN DISCUSSING how Soviet
writers have been developing the
new theme that Jews are respon-
sible for Nazism and the
Holocaust, pattened on earlier
claims in "Mein Kampf" and
"The Protocols" that Jews them-
selves foment anti-Semitism, the
study cites these examples:
In Pravda, January 17, 1984,
V. Bolshakov wrote, "As is
known, Hitler called for the
destruction of millions of people
of 'inferior race.' But this cynical
statement rightfully belongs to
one of the 'pillars' of Zionism,
Max Nordau."
In a December 3, 1983 broad-
cast on Moscow Radio, Prof.
Yevgeny A. Nozhin stated that
Zionists saw "anti-Semitism as a
blessing, as a force ensuring the
separateness of the Jews."
Nozhin is quoted next as alleging
that "the Zionists were essen-
tially the Hitlerites' accomplices
and even participants in the mass
annihilation of the Jews."
In Rabochaia Gazeta. a
journal of the Communist Party
of the Ukraine, the following
passage is taken from a February
11. 1983 article: "The Zionists
borrowed much from Hitler and
the Nazis: the doctrines of
Blitzkrieg and concentration
camps. The Zionist six-pointed
Star of David has replaced the
spider-like swastika
According to Soviet writer
M. Starushko. writing in
Komsomolskaia Znamia. Adolph
Eichmann was executed because
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ispael Bon&s Urqcs Us
to CeleBR&te passovep
By helping Ispael
By PHILIP T. WARREN
| General Campaign Chairman,
Greater Miami
Israel Bonds Organization
Each passing year adds new
Lmificance to Passover as a
kliday of deliverance from
fcrsecution and the return to and
building of the State of Israel.
.'his is especially true this
ar. The -Kith anniversary of the
leration of the Na/i death
jnps in Europe and the recent
igical airlift of thousands of
ilashas from Ethiopia to Israel
Operation Moses provide
liking and deeply emotional
fidence of the meaning of
ssover as a holiday of freedom
i homecoming.
|THE DARING rescue of the
Jhiopian Jews was an operation
,ch renewed our pride in Israel
its mission of saving en-
gered remnants of our people
rvwhere on earth. This was
arly a case of a family reunion,
nging back into the Jewish
and into the freedom of
}\ an almost forgotten and
Jeatened branch of the Jewish
My.
It should be noted that this
te scale rescue action was
nertaken in an hour of grave
Inomic hardship and financial
Bin for the people in Israel.
It no onv there asked whether
|country could afford it or how
at a sacrifice the people would
h to make to accomplish this
que act of brotherhood.
he fact that the people of
kel consider no sacrifice too
kt to save the Jews of
Jiopia and elsewhere places
us a greater responsibility
Friday, April 5,1985 / The Jewish Floridian Page 9-C

Philip Warren
to help them meet this heavy
burden.
AT A TIME when Israel's
economic stability is at stake, it
is our task to enable Israel to
fulfill its historic mission of
homecoming and ingathering.
The economic development
program of the Israel Bond
Organization has a key role to
play in providing the people of
Israel with the means to solve
some of its economic problems
and to integrate the newcomers
as self-sustaining citizens.
It should add to the joy of our
celebration of the holiday to
know that this year for the first
time large numbers of Ethiopian
Jews will celebrate Passover in
freedom in Israel.
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NEW YORK The Passover
holiday, with all its trimmings
and special meanings, will be
celebrated by American Jewish
military personnel, their families,
and patients in Veterans
Administration hospitals, thanks
to the close cooperation of the
U.S. Armed Forces, VA, JWB.
Jewish chaplains and military lay
leaders, and to contributions
received by JWB's Women's
Organizations' Services.
The first Seder is Friday night,
Apr. 5. Passover lasts through
Apr. 13. Yizkor (Memorial)
services will take place on the last
day.
DETAILS OF Passover
arrangements were announced by
Rabbi Barry H. Greene, Short
Hills, N.J., chairman of JWB's
Commission on Jewish
Chaplaincy, and Gerald Ostrow.
Pittsburgh, chairman, JWB's
Armed Forces and Veterans
Services Committee.
Rabbi David Lapp, director,
JWB Armed Forces and
Veterans Services and Com-
mission on Jewish Chaplaincy,
said that Sedarim and services
will be conducted by active-duty
and part-time chaplains and lay
leaders throughout the world.
JWB's Shipping Department
distributed hundreds of Passover
food packages. Haggadot,
prayerbooks, Passover leaflets
and greeting cards, and other
items to chaplains and Jewish lay
leaders at installations in the
continental United States and
overseas, VA hospitals, U.S.
service academies and aboard
ships at sea.
SPECIAL Solo Seder
packages were shipped by JWB
to U.S. Jewish military personnel
stationed at isolated areas
throughout the world, and to
personnel on duty at remote
weather and radar stations. The
Solo Seder packages contain all
the ingredients for a Seder meal
for one person.
Other food packages which
JWB distributed to the military
included gefilte fish, Passover
tuna fish, chicken soup with
matzoh balls, matzot, matza
meal, matza ball mix, cake mix,
macaroons and other goodies.
Jewish patients in VA
hospitals will also participate in
Passover observances conducted
by chaplains. In some hospitals,
the cassette recording of the
Passover melodies will be
brought to the patients' bedsides
over the hospital's public address
system.
FUNDS contributed by B'nai
B'rith Women, National
Federation of Temple
Sisterhoods (Reform)), the
Women's League of Conservative
Judaism, as well as local
sisterhoods, JWB Serve-a-
Committees and other groups
and individuals, made it possible
to send hundreds of special
Passover gift packages to per-
sonnel at domestic and overseas
installations, VA hospitals and
aboard ships.
The packages contain candy
bars, chocolate matzot,
macaroons, candy fruit slices,
filled candies and other
traditional Passover delicacies.
In addition to the efforts of the
chaplains, lay leaders and JWB
women's groups, local JWB
chairmen and committees,
Jewish Community Centers,
synagogues and other Jewish
community organizations and
USO clubs overseas have
arranged for a number of
Passover observances by men
and women in uniform, as well as
for home hospitality.
At many installations in the
U.S. and overseas, special kosher
Passover meals will be provided
for the entire eight days of the
holiday.
JWB IS the U.S. government-
accredited agency and the
representative of the American
Jewish community for serving
Jewish military personnel, their
families and sick and disabled
patients in Veterans
Administration hospitals.
At the same time, JWB is the
leadership network of and central
service agency for 275 Jewish
Community Centers, YM-
YWHAs and camps in the U.S.
and Canada serving 1 million
Jews.
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exodus f Rom eqypt
Was not Single event
The exodus from Egypt should
not be regarded as a single event
in Jewish history to be recalled
only on its anniversary, but
rather as a constant of the
struggle of the Jewish people to
break the shackles of persecution
and bondage throughout history.
In 1946. hundred of homeless
Jews, freed at last from Hitler's
concentration camps, were on
board two wooden cargo ships,
the SS Dov Hos and the Eliahu
Golomb in La Spezia. Italy.
Silently, they awaited their
departure to their homeland.
Eretz Israel. But something went
wrong. The Italian police found
out about the plan and notified
the British, who in turn con-
vinced the Italians to prevent the
boats from leaving the harbor.
At that time, it was a policy for
British soldiers to detain illegal
immigrants from entering
Palestine. Faced with this
hardship, the 1.014 homeless
Jews aboard the SS Dov Hos and
the Eliahu Golomb went on
hunger strike in the hope that the
world would sympathize with
their plight and pressure the
British government to change its
policy. They fasted for 75 painful
hours.
FINALLY, a British official.
Harold Lasky, who was also
Jewish, tried desperately to help
his country and the passengers
find a solution. He convinced
them to end the strike and
promised to do everything in his
power to lift the seizure. Since it
was Pesach eve, food was finally
brought aboard the ships, and all
participated in the Seder under a
black cloud of uncertainty.
It was now Pesach eve. when
Jews throughout the world
partake in the Seder meal and
recite the phrase. "We were
slaves to Pharoah in Egypt." But
what was going through the
minds of 1.014 Jews aboard the
SS Dov Hos and the Eliahu
Golomb. whose only dream was
to return to their homeland.
Palestine?
Perhaps they were thinking
about the Pharaohs they had
known: Hitler, and now the
British, and their great struggle
against their oppression. These
homeless Jews had only one
hope: the fulfillment of a
prophecy. "He brought us into
the Land which He promised our
forefathers."
At the same time, in
Jerusalem. Golda Meir. together
with 14 other Zionist leaders,
fasted at their Seder as a symbol
of their oneness with their Jewish
brethren aboard the SS Dov Hos
and the Eliahu Golomb. In the
words of Golda. "Surely, if the
death of six million did not
change government policy, I
don't expect that my not eating
will do so. But it will at least
show the world that we are one
people."
BUT THIS time, the world did
care. Britain was pressured into
considering the refugees in La
Spezia. On May 13,1946, the Dov
Hos and the Eliahu Golomb
arrived in Haifa harbor with
1,014 tired, smiling people. Their
dream of "Next Year in
Jerusalem" became a reality.
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This year it will be on Friday
evening. Apr. 5. when Jews in the
free world will gather around
their resplendently-bedecked
Seder tables to celebrate
Passover, the Festival of
Freedom, and to recount and
vicariously join their ancestors in
the rapture-laden liberation
march from Egyptian bondage
across the wilderness to the
Promised Land.
Who more than the human
rights-deprived Jews behind the
Iron Curtain can emphathize
with the tyrannical and abusive
treatment the ancient Israelites
endured in Egypt for over four
hundred years? This identity
assumes an even grimmer reality
for the Jewish prisoners of
conscience, languishing in the
notorious labor camps in the
remote regions of Siberia.
HOW CAN it be rationally
accounted for that these post-
Revolutionary-born young adult
Jews, raised in a religiously
sterile environment, bereft of
even a modicum of Jewish
education, have risen in open
defiance and strident protest
against the Kremlin's anti-
Jewish policies? The widespread
and popular answer is that the
establishment of the State of
Israel and her brilliant victory in
the Six-Day War were chiefly
responsible for this phenomenon.
Both these events of con-
temporary vintage, undoubtedly
contributed, in no small measure,
to reawakening the heretofore
edormant national consciousness
of Russian Jewry which was
forcibly anaesthetized in the
wake of the Communist takeover.
However, in and of themselves,
they fall short of rendering a full
account for the sustaining
character of the dissident
movement whose objectives
strikingly resemble those which
brought the Exodus from Egypt
into being.
No other single event in the
collective Jewish experience than
the breaking loose from the
chains of enthralment in tandem
with receiving the Decalogue at
Mt. Sinai, played a more decisive
role in casting the national-
religious character of the Jewish
people. And since it is a well
established historically proven
principle that no occurrence of a
momentous nature is over en-
tirely lost on future generations,
it becomes clear why a national
renaissance has taken place
among Soviet Jews. All that was
necessary to reactivate it was a
potent shot in the arm and that
was provided by the creation of
the Third Jewish Commonwealth
in 1945.
ALTHOUGH PASSOVER is a
distinctly Jewish festival, in its
broader scope, it had what is now
called the "ripple effect." It was
not only the progenitor of Jewish
nationhood and independence but
has begotten in the course of time
three other far-reaching, freedom-
ridden political and social
changes in the Old and Nei
Worlds: the Magna Cam
England (12151, the Amerio
Revolution (1776) and the French!
Revolution (1789).
It seems that the authors i
the Haggadah, endowed with i
keen and almost uncanny insightI
of the historical process, wael
also aware of the ripple effect n|_
it operates in directing the**
destiny of human society
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falashas
Friday, April 5,1985/The Jewish Floridian Page 11-C

By DAVID HOROWITZ
(united nations -
yUP) The successful
xret Israeli airlift of some
pOOO Ethiopian Falashas
temporarily "sus-
fcnded" due to some fool-
jy leaks has stunned
[is world organization and
tually put it on the spot
its own lack of im-
iiate rescue and allevia-
Ln of the millions of
Irving and homeless
Hcans in the drought -
^icken regions.
erhaps new. with the latest
blishment of a new Office for
ergency Operations in Africa
originated by the Secretary-
leral and put under the
dance of UNDP Chief
idford Morse, it is to be hoped
it a crash program will be put
immediate effect so as to
ent any turther deaths from
nation.
)uring a press conference here
. Morse disclosed that
new office has the complete
aboration of all elements in
UN. He was referring to the
Deration of the World Food
gram (W'FO), the UN
^ildreir- Fund (UNICEF), his
Bi UN Development Program
amill'i. the Office of the UN
ister Relief Coordinator
DRC). the UN High Com-
sioner for Refugees (UNH-
), and others.
ITH AN eye on the Israelis'
nomenal flat, executed
tssfully despite economic
Ms at home, the UN now feels
ybound to show results in its
can endeavor. Whether or not
it will succeed remains to be seen.
Many delegations here have now
begun to realize that the success-
ful airlift was no less a miracle
than the Entebbe operation
which rescued hostages held by
hijackers on an Air France jet in
Idi Amin I hula's Uganda.
The whole case of the Falashas,
whose descent is graced to the
"lost" tribe of Dan, brings into
the light of day an interesting
historic reality, namely, the
presence on the global scene of
the so-called legendary "lost" ten
tribes who, while still in ancient
Palestine, had broken away from
Judah and Benjamin and esta-
blished an independent kingdom
in the north known as Israel. The
two states, Israel and Judah,
waged pitched battles for over
one hundred years and the breach
was never healed.
Indeed, if the Falashas consti-
tute the tribe of Dan their ad-
herance to the strict principles of
the Torah-faith does testify to
their link to the ancient family
then we must be consistent and
accept the fact that the other nine
tribes must exist somewhere on
the world scene. This writer,
based on many years of research,
believes that they do exist, some
as sovereign nations the
Dutch, the Danes and other
Scandinavians, Irish, Anglo-
Saxons on both sides of the
Atlantic, black tribes in Ghana,
Nigeria and other African states,
as well as elements in Japan and
Asia. Many among these had
shown a strong affinity for t heir
brethren, the Jewish people,
during the critical period of
World War II.
IN A SERIES of three articles
entitled "The Jews Are Not
Alone" and published in the
United Israel Bulletin, I have
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delved into this fascinating sub-
ject in detail.
But now we are on the subject
of the Falashas, the tribe of Dan,
and one of the most brilliant and
penetrating essays on this
"interrupted Exodus" was given
us by William Safire in therfenr?
issue of the New York Times. "At
a time of its own financial crisis,"
he notes, "the Government of
Israel did what it had to do to
save the Jews of Ethiopia. That
selfless adoption of responsibility
for its own people deserves,
though it will not get, the ad-
miration of the world."
The noted analyst then turns
to the inhumanity exhibited by
the two African states involved.
"The life-is-cheap Communists in
Addis Ababa, who turned a blind
eye to the rescue partly because
Israel secretly supplied spare
parts for Ethiopia's old American
planes," he vented his inner feel-
ings, "now denounce as 'gross
interference' Israel's salvation of
innocents from starvation and
civil war."
Voicing his ire, Safire conti-
nues: "The blind eye of Ethiopia,
and the secret help of the
Sudanese, let the first half of the
airlift work quietly. But with the
world's eyes on Ethiopia's agony,
such a story was bound to come
out ... This is the moment for
Egypt to step in," he suggests.
"If Egypt chooses to do its
humanitarian duty ... it will
work out an arrangement with
the Sudan to receive and tran-
sport the refugees.
"FOR THE first time in
history," Safire concludes,
"thousands of black people are
being brought into a country not
in chains but in dignity, not as
slaves, but as citizens Israel's
quiet acceptance of responsibility
should say a great deal to Africa,
to American blacks and Jews,
and to all who believe that the
'Falashas' of the world should be
strangers no more."
To which we say "Amen."
incReaseo Aid Is
CtouBle-edqeo
SAN FRANCISCO (JTA)
Conflicting pressures between
ties to a "valuable ally" and
budgetary constraints will have
to be bridged in order to secure
Congressional passage of the
increased U.S. aid Israel needs
for its economic recovery, Rep.
David Obey (D.,Wisc.), the newly
named chairman of the Foreign
Operations Subcommittee of the
House Appropriations Com-
mittee, told the annual plenary
session of the National Jewish
Community Relations Advisory
Council.
The Wisconsin Democrat
emphasized that there is "a
bipartisan consensus" on viewing
Israel as a friend and an ally with
a "special relationship with the
United States. America is bound
to Israel by shared culture,
values and national interest", he
said as he spoke on U.S.-Israeli
relations and the Israeli
economy.
BUT CONGRESS is under
"conflicting pressures," Obey
declared, as it will want to
respond to both Israel's request
for increased aid for its troubled
economy, as well as to the
American desire to cut spending
and reduce federal budget deficits
without raising taxes.
It is a "political fact of life," he
said, that foreign aid will be
"very difficult" to pass unless it
is "very carefully explained. We
need to underline that Israel is an
important ally in a part of the
world that is important to the
United States."
(Dad Wolfgang Webr)
Kefuqees Qiven assistance
For weeks aid has been airlifted by the UN from Europe to
Ethiopian refugees in Kassala, Sudan. More cross the border
from Eritrea and Tigre daily, including many children.
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how do ethiopians fa^e Back home in IsRael now ?
Continued from Page 5-0
living, he says. "They come here
happily."
IS IT REALLY as simple as
that? Probably not. But there is
growing agreement that concern
is often being put in the wrong
places. The Ethiopians' much
publicized "meeting with the
20th Century." for example, has
been overblown, in the opinion of
Steven Kaplan. "The
technological gap is a minor
problem. I've never heard of an
unsuccessful absorption because
the person had to learn to light a
stove. I don't understand how a
computer works. They can learn
as easily as I to push buttons."
Overblown, and also misun-
derstood. Says Kaplan, "People
were getting fascinated by the
Ethiopians' unfamiliarity with
outside forms. Stories of their
washing their laundry hi toilets
created the impression that they
have no notion of personal
cleanliness." The truth, he says,
is the complete opposite. "They
would be shocked that they are
expected to go to the bathroom in
the same place that they live. The
Ethiopians were famous for
washing. In Ethiopia, they were
known as 'the people who smelled
of water.' "
Much more real, according to
Kaplan, is the question of
religious adjustment; their
cultural acclimatization to Israel,
for people known for their
politeness and quietness. Israel
has to be a big shock; the
restructuring of communal
power; and their personal ad-
justment.
THIS LAST point, says
Kaplan, is not being given
adequate attention, and may be
the most serious problem of all.
"What sort of adjustments can a
woman make, when her husband
is still in the Sudan? Everyone
has someone who is either left
behind, missing, or dead."
In the midst of their feelings of
fear and bereavement, these
people are being called upon to do
all this adjusting, he complains.
Under the present circumstances,
how can they be expected to
function properly?
the nazi pRimea
AnotheR painful page tuRnefc
By BEN GALLOB
NEW YORK (JTA) -
Urgent and repeated ap-
peals to the Canadian
president of the World
Slovak Congress, and to
the 500 delegates to the
Congress' convention last
June, to condemn the pro-
Nazi puppet regime in
Slovakia which was headed
by Josef Tiso during World
War 11, for its collaboration
in the murder of 57,000
Slovak Jews, has failed to
produce any results, ac-
cording to officials of the
National Holocaust Sur-
vivors Association and its
Slovak Survivors Branch.
Marko Neuman, branch presi-
dent, arranged a meeting with
Stephen Roman of Toronto,
president of the World Slovak
Congress, during the Congress'
convention, which took place in a
Manhattan hotel June 18-26.
Other members of the Slovak
branch who attended the conven-
tion were John Ranz of New
York. Survivors Association
chairman; Martin Zepletal.
Slovak branch secretary; and
Neuman.
RANZ AND Neuman told the
Jewish Telegraphic Agency, in an
interview, that they and Zepletal
met for two hours with Roman on
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June 19 in his hotel suite and
presented him with a memor-
andum which described in detail
Hitler's dismemberment of
Czechoslovakia and the instal-
lation of Tiso as Slovakia's
puppet dictator.
In the memorandum, Roman
was informed that the Tiso
regime not only had handed over
to the Nazis the 57.000 Slovak
Jewish men. women and children,
but also that the Tiso regime
"even paid the Nazis" with
money plundered from the
Jewish victims "to get the assur-
ance of the Nazis that these
Jewish neighbors would never
come back."
Roman came to Canada from
Slovakia as a boy before World
War II, subsequently becoming a
millionaire in the uranium trade.
After the memorandum was
handed to Roman, the Slovak
Jewish survivors cited a passage
in the memorandum, asking
Roman, as "a prominent citizen
and president of this Slovak
Congress, to condemn the entire
period of 1939-45. the period of
Nazi 'benevolence' over Slovakia
and their local rulers, as a sellout,
as a betrayal of the true aspira-
tions of the Slovak people."
IN THE memorandum, a copy
of which was made available to
the JTA, Roman also was told
that many of the Slovak
"criminals" had fled to the
United States and Canada after
Nazi Germany collapsed, that
some belonged to the World
Slovak Congress, some in leading
positions, and that "their bloody
hands are shaking your hands."
The memorandum also asked
Roman whether he intended "to
continue to shake your hands and
smear some of that innocent
blood on you?"
Ranz told the JTA that the
delegation felt Roman's response
to their appeal was clearly eva-
sive. Ranz said Roman told the
delegation that "only God" could
judge Tiso's actions as the
puppet dictator of Slovakia.
Despite the delegation's heartfelt
appeals, Ranz said, Roman would
not repudiate the Tiso regime.
RANZ AND Zepletal were
nevertheless welcomed by Roman
when they came as observers to
the Congress and remained
throughout its duration. Zepletal
told the JTA, during the inter-
view, that he spoke from the
convention floor during question-
and-answer periods, seeking to
present the facts about the Tiso
regime.
Zepletal told the convention
sessions that the World Slovak
Congress could not enter "the
civilized, democratic world" until
the Congress recognized the
crimes of the Tiso regime and
that there could be no reconcilia-
tion with Slovak Jewish sur-
Continued on Page 13-C
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Matzoh from Israel is shown as it is about to be loaded on an
Al airplane at Ben Gurion Airport in Tel Aviv. Supplies aiM
shipped to Jews and Jewish communities around the world t
part of the programs of the American Jewish Joint Distributio
Committee. JDC. established in 1914, is the overseas arm of t\
American Jewish community and provides for the rescue. relu[
rehabilitation and education of Jews in more than ,30countrin
This year JDC will ship more than 200 tons of Passover sup
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Continued from Page 4-C
L t0 g villager who gave it to
Tpriest in Koca, on Mt. Igman,
I it remained until after the
LIKE THEIR Ashkenazi
unterparts, Sephardi
Miint depict biblical and
scenes, but there are major
fferences between them, in
idition to style. First, in
.phardi Haggadot the biblical
ustrations. often from the
Winning of Genesis through the
lodus. are grouped at the front
the Haggadah. Sometimes two
four scenes on each page form
mtinuous narrative. The style
i subjects came from
istrated Latin Bibles and
)ks of the Pslams that were
de in France, but whose
pularity spread to Spain. To
se. Jewish legends were added
Sephardi artists.
A second difference is in the
Mies of contemporary life. In
phardi Haggadot there are
re pictures of activities in the
synagogue: illustrations of the
service or the family leaving the
synagogue, the reading of the
Haggadah on the Sabbath
preceding Passover, and the
distribution of matzah to the
congregants. They reflect the
essential role of the house of
worship in the Sephardi world.
By the 20th Century, few
Haggadot remained in private
collections. One outstanding
collector was Rabbi David
Solomon sassoon 11880-1942).
bom in Bombay to a successful
Baghdad mercantile and banking
family. He lived in England, as
did his son, Rabbi Solomon
David Sassoon, who came to
Jerusalem in 1960. where he
continued his father's scholarly
and charitable activities. In order
to raise money for Sephardi
educational institutions the
world over, he has been selling off
the 1.000 or so manuscripts his
father collected.
In 1975, when one of the
auctions took place at Sotheby's
in Zurich, a fund was established
in Israel to redeem some of the
books. The whole nation par-
ticipated in this campaign;
school children went from door to
door to help raise the money to
enable at least part of the
Sassoon treasures to reside in
Israel permanently. Fortunately
one of the manuscripts, a 14th
Century Catalan Haggadah. is
now in the Israel Museum: six
other important codices are in the
Jewish National and University
Library.
A Hebrew manuscript with
decorations costs at least
8300.000, if one happens to come
up for sale. A few of them are
exhibited from time to time, and
there are always some on display
at the British Library in London
and at the Israel Museum in
Jerusalem. But fine reproduc-
tions can now be enjoyed by all in
facsimile editions and in the
recent calendars and greeting
cards that have been published in
Israel.
Continued from Page 12-C
ors until the World Slovak
ngress recognized the crimes
the Tiso regime and of Tiso's
laborators. He said the del-
ites listened to his presenta-
ns with neither applause nor
ns of hostility.
tan/ said the convention
akers included a number of
\ lege professors of Slovak
cent, who discussed the Tiso
ime. white-washing it. He
/"> id, as an example. Signislav
ff shbaum. professor of political
>in nee at York University in
sup onto.
tANZ SAID Kirshbaum, who
had been present when Zepletal
sought to present to the del-
egates 'the true record" of the
Tiso regime, depicted that regime
as "a positive event" for the
Slovak people, stressing, as did
other featured speakers, the
"economic prosperity and
cultural achievements" during
the Tiso period.
A copy of the memorandum to
Roman was sent with a covering
letter, dated June 22, signed by
Ranz, to each of the 250 members
of the Slovak Survivors Branch,
reporting on the failed efforts to
persuade Roman and the
Congress delegates, to repudiate
the Tiso regime.
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In the letter, Ranz reportea
that "despite repeated declara-
tions" by Roman during the two-
hour meeting, about "his warm
sentiments for the Jews, way
back to his childhood, and his
respect for our common ancestor,
the patriarch Abraham, we could
not obtain from Mr. Roman a
clear condemnation of the Tiso-
Nazi regime and its leaders."
RANZ SAID he has been
particularly disturbed by the
atmosphere prevailing during a
Congress youth seminar, which
took place for two-and-a-half
days. Ranz said that about 100
young American-born Slovaks,
mostly from the United States
and a few from Canada, attended
the youth seminar. He said they
were 18 to 35 years old.
Ranz said he emerged from the
youth sessions feeling he had
been in the company of disciples
of Tiso. He said the Slovak
Jewish survivors were parti-
cularly concerned that the
American-born children and
youth of Slovak descent were not
being told the truth of the Tiso
period and growing up in total
ignorance of what actually had
taken place then.
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inscription around the rim, 'Shalach et ami' (Let my people go),
is visible.
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puBlicity Best Way
to find Josef menqele
By DAVID FRIEDMAN
WASHINGTON -
(JTA) A Senate sub-
committee was repeatedly
told last week that con-
tinuing publicity is the best
means of spurring U.S. and
international action to
apprehend Dr. Josef
Mengele, the notorious
"angel of death" of Ausch-
witz.
Sen. Arlen Specter (R., Pa.),
chairman of the Juvenile Justice
Subcommittee of the Senate
Judiciary Committee, said there
is evidence that the U.S. Army
had Mengele in its custody after
World War II, and the sub-
committee wanted to know why
he was not tried and why he has
not been arrested since. Sen.
Howard Metzenbaum (D., Ohio)
was the only other subcommittee
member who participated in the
hearing.
Sen. Alfonse D'Amato (R.,
N.Y.) said publicity of the
Mengele case has already helped
bring confirmation that Mengele
was held by the U.S. Army in
1945 in the Idar-Oberstein prison
camp in U S.-occupied Germany.
HE SAID that as a result of
the news of the legal action taken
by Rabbi Marvin Hier, dean of
the Simon Wieeenthal Center in
Los Angeles, and himself to
receive information from the U.S.
Army on Mengele, two persons
who were stationed as privates at
the prison came forward to say
that Mengele was there at the
time.
One of them, Walter Kemp-
thorne, said he came upon guards
with a man, and the guards said,
"This here's Mengele, the
bastard that sterilized 3,000
women at Auschwitz." D'Amato
said the second person, Richard
Schwartz, a Washington lawyer,
told him that when he was at the
camp he was told that one of the
inmates was the "sterilization
doctor" who had "sterilized 6,000
women."
Specter said that if anyone else
has information they should
write to him in care of the sub-
committee.
MEANWHILE, Hier testified
that the latest evidence on
Mengele, who he believes is still
alive, was in 1982 when the West
Germans arrested two person on
drug smuggling charges. One of
them, Ricardo Riefenstahl, who
had been associated with the
Asuncion University in
Paraguay, claimed to have been a
roommate of Mengele at the time.
This information was given by
a person who had formerly lived
in Paraguay to a leader of the San
Francisco Jewish community,
according to Hier.
D'Amato said there is "no
doubt this monster Mengele is
alive." He said Mengele, who
entered Paraguay in 1951 and
was naturalized a citizen in 1959,
may have fled to Canada in 1962
for a short time, after Israeli
intelligence had tracked him
down. He said that at that time, a
Joseph Menke was in Canada and
it is believed this may have been
Mengele.
D'Amato said that Mengele
was in the international drug
trade in Paraguay under the
name Enrique Wohlman from
1972-79. He said that in 1980
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friends in Paraguay received
Christmas cards from Mengele
from Portugal.
D'Amato and Hier said that
the army had provided six of the
seven documents requested and
would release the other when
they received permission from a
foreign government. This was
confirmed by Lt. Gen. William
Odum, Assistant Chief of Staff
for Intelligence.
D'AMATO SAID he expected
to receive other documents from
another government agency
which he did not name. The
subcommittee received a letter
from Sen. Carl Levin (D., Mich.)
asking that it help him get the
Central Intelligence Agency to
release information it had on
Mengele.
Odum, meanwhile, came under
fire from Specter and Met-
zenbaum for not having sought
further information on the
Mengele case on his own
initiative. Specter refused to
accept his excuse that he would
cooperate when asked with the
Justice Department'8 Office for
Special Investigations (OSI)
which is conducting an in-
vestigation into the Mengele
case.
The OSI refused to send a
witness to the hearing. While this
was criticized by Specter, Allan
Ryan, the former OSI director
who conducted the Justice
Department's probe into the U.S.
involvement with Nazi war
criminal Klaus Barbie, said he
agreed with the OSI because the
OSI investigation should be kept
confidential until completed.
ODUM WAS especially
criticized when he said he had no
information about one of the
released documents in which Ben
Gorby, a special agent of the
970th Counterintelligence Corps,
wrote in 1947 to the commanding
officer of the 430th CIC detach-
ment in Vienna stating that he
had learned that Mengele had
been arrested in Vienna and in
the U.S. zone of Germany.
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bondage, to partake of the
avened "bread of affliction."
b| are bidden to keep the
lodus experience fresh because
j pregnant with promise, the
ijoiise of ultimate redemption
it has sustained Jews through
seemingly interminable
(cles of oppression and
leration, danger and
liverance. We are enjoined to
nember past persecutions for
most constructive of pur-
m in order that we may
Lays ally ourselves with all
are persecuted.
Repeatedly, the Bible makes
Is point. "You shall not oppress
itranger. for you know how it
lls to be a stranger, seeing that
you yourselves were strangers in
the land of Egypt" (Exodus
23:9). Precept after precept is
coupled with the pointed
reminder that we who had en-
dured such misery in Mitzrayim
must be sensitive to the pain of
others, that we who had endured
injustice must deal justly (and
generously) with our fellows.
The Exodus set us free forever.
Yet Jews remain the willing
"prisoners of hope." In defiance
of the problematic present, we
continue to dream of (and to pray
for) the great day of recon-
ciliation, envisioned by one of the
world's great dreamers, when
Israel and Egypt will live in true
accord and amity, "a blessing in
the midst of the earth" (Isaiah
19:24).
I Soviets ChaRqe jews With
nazi CollaBOpation
Continued from Page 8-C
mists feared him revealing
mist-Nazi collaboration. The
dv cites Starushko as making
i assertion on March 28, 1979,
ere he observed that "among
se who financed the National
:ialist Party were Jewish
ikers."
n January 1979, L.
irnousko. writing in Voenny
tnik. a journal of the Soviet
tfense Ministry, declared,
fonism is akin to fascism, both
mer or later lead to death
ips and to crematoria
leys smoking 24 hours a day
to genocide."
CAGEDAH COMMENTS:
le popularity among Soviet
i-Jewish writers of the canard
t Zionists aided the Nazis in
murdering six million Jews has
soared in recent years," with
writers such as Lev Korneev
frequently asserting that
"Zionists encouraged and aided
the Nazis, that they fomented
anti-Semitism to advance their
own narrow interests."
The booklet concludes by
pointing out that the Soviet
Union is guilty of violating the
Declaration on Race and Racial
Prejudice, which it helped pass in
UNESCO in 1978, exhorting the
media to refrain from racial
incitement. The Soviet Union has
also ratified the Universal
Declaration of Human Rights
and the Covenant on Civil and
Political Rights, which condemn
incitement of racial hatred, the
report adds.
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6no of the Seoep
It's Like a SuRpRise Symphony
By YITZCHAK DINUR
The end of the Seder is rather
like the Surprise Symphony.
Following the sumptuous meal,
many (especially the children)
drowse through the second part
of the Seder when all are sud-
denly wakened by the rousing,
almost roistering, songs which
finish off the evening with great
eclat.
These songs were apparently
introduced for this very purpose,
or perhaps to add an informal
element to this carefully arranged
and impressive family ceremony.
Some of them were originally
sung only in the Ashkenazic rite,
but of late they have been
adopted by many Sephardic Jews
as well. They are deservedly
among the most widely known
and beloved of the entire Jewish
festival repertoire.
The first two songs are long
acrostic poems from the 7th
Century: lines begin with suc-
cessive letters of the Hebrew
alphabet. The first night's song
recounts a series of miracles said
to have occurred, like Passover,
at the dead of night. The second
night's acrostic enumerates
events said to have occurred on
Passover and has the refrain
"This was the Paschal sacrifice."
They were written respectively
by Yannai and Eleazar Kalir,
both 7th Century Hebrew
liturgists.
THE THIRD poem, Ki Lo
Naeli "For It Befits Him" -
is of quite a different ilk. Also an
acrostic, it reviews the various
attributes of God and has a
quaint refrain, "Thine Also
Thine," taken from different
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verses in the Book of Psalms. The
theme of this song, as of the
entire Haggadah, is God's
greatness, mercy and his love for
the Jewish people shown in His
leading them out of Egypt.
Though Moses is a central figure
in the Biblical account of
Passover and the Exodus, he is
completely absent from the main
body of the Haggadah and from
these concluding songs.
The most rousing of all the
songs is Adir Hu "Mighty is
He," which is sung to a
rollicking tune. This 15th
Century acrostic implores God to
rebuild His temple speedily. It
has a paraphrase in Old Yiddish
which used to be sung until quite
recently after the Hebrew song. I
have seen it printed in American
Haggadot from the 1930's. This
Old Yiddish Adir Hu appeared in
the first printed illustrated
Haggadah of Gershon Cohen of
Prague of 1526, and it is thus the
earliest printed song known in
Old Yiddish.
"Who Knows One?" is a folk
song in the form of questions and
answers on numbers one to 13. It
seems to be the closest thing to a
catechism in Judaism. However,
it is not doctrinal but relates to
objects and matters significant in
Jewish life. The form is very
popular the world over. The
English folksong, "Green Grow
the Rushes O," is the most
familiar. It begins with
"Who'll tell me one O?
Green Grow the rushes O.
I '11 tell you one O
One is God and all alone and
evermore shall be it so."
THE ISRAEL Labor
movement has also generated a
version of this in which the
repsonse to the first question is:
"One is workers' unity and
evermore shall be so," which is
optimistic to say the least.
Paraphrases of Ehad Mi Yodea
"Who Knows One?" in
Ladino and in Yiddish are also
sung at the Seder.
The last song in the Haggadah
Had Gadya, wrritten in
imitation Aramaic from the 15th
Century, is the most lovable. In a
breathless climax to the
Haggadah, it relates the events
following the purchase of a kid
"bought by my father for two
coins," and ends with the Lord
showing that he overcomes the
Angel of Death.
An unorthodox Hebrew
version of this ends with the
promise that these events will be
terminated with the abolition of
evil as a prelude to universal
peace. I remember singing a song
in Yiddish in a similar vein with
my father, a song in which the
Lord sends a peasant to pick
apples in a forest, but the peasant
refuses to perform this chore, and
the subsequent messengers,
identical with the actors in the
Had Gadya, also refuse to do
their duty, until the Lord himself
goes to the forest. Then all
acquire a fear of the Lord, do
their own jobs, and even the
apples begin to drop of their own
volition.
It is also a celebration of love
intepreted allegoric-ally as the
love of God for the People of
Israel, which is the central theme
of the Haggadah.
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\arry Chernin, rice president of the Miami Jewish Home and
lospital for the Aged, lights the Senior Olympics torch.
Karen Brown of the Home's staff.
Senior Olympians
Go For The Gold'
Julius Lesser is 86 years old
id infirm, but he won an
Nympic Gold metal last week.
I'ith 225 other elderly com-
ptitors. Lesser experienced the
brill of competition and team
pirit by participating in the
cond Annual Senior Olympics
wnsored by the Miami Jewish
lomeand Hospital for the Aged.
For months the Olympian
ppefuK. loathed by Home staff
embers, had been practicing for
lis day The event began with a
^g-waving procession of en-
ants parading before an en-
crowd of guests,
"sidents and staff.
I ville Junior High
[ hingband.
iMonal anthem was
I Nelson. Home vice
r v Chernin lit the
riginalb used at
1 lames in Israel.
|)d lent i Senior Olympics
.inu-Kl.
IThe gan were opened by
anK Goldberg, WIOD's "Voice
['.he Doiphins" and TV sports
nmentator: "In the world of
K'rt- courage is not uncommon.
pt the courage, pride and
germination that I see here
pay is unique. I salute each and
erv on
>! vou.
The senior Olympians
residents of the Home, day care
center participants, and tenants
of Irving Cypen Tower then
set out to "go for the gold" in
wheelchair relays, walking races,
basketball and pitching games.
They gave it their best shot. "We
showed them something last
year," exulted 86-year-old Lesser,
"and we did it again this year.
Old people can really do things. I
love it!"
Prizes were given out by Irving
Cypen, president of the board of
directors, and Fred D. Hirt.
executive director of the Home,
assisted by board members Helen
Rechtschaffer, Artie Kravitz.
Hud Cutler, Rosalie Pincus and
Barbara Friedson Hornsby.
( ypen praised the determination
and grit of the competitors: "You
have spirit and you have energy,
enthusiasm, and the joy of
BUC088S the delight in com-
petition that characterizes true
Olympians."
"Held as part of Gov. Bob
Grahams "Living Well In
Florida" month, the Senior
Olympics proved that com-
petitive spirit, camaraderie of
team play, and joy of exertion are
the keys to healthy bodies and
minds at any age." according to
Hirt.
^B JUUi J
1 Women who attended National Council of Jewish
' 36th national convention at the Hyatt Regency Hotel
Sansas City include (standing, left to right) Joyce Daigler,
President of Kendall Evening Branch; Nan Rich, a national
C mem6er; and Barbara Hoffman, corresponding
Kt<"7 Seated (left to right) are Regina GreenhiU, president
ay Harbor Branch, and Carol Grunberg, pr""*"' t
Miami Section. Also attending were Anna Mae Koss,
"al board member, and Myra Parr, honorary national
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'Hebrew Christians' Seek
To Recruit Jews, Rabbi Reports
South Florida will be the
site of a conference which is
causing concern within the
Jewish community. During
the Passover holiday,
Temple Aron Kodesh of
Fort Lauderdale will serve
as host to "Ruach 85," a
national meeting that will
bring people from around
the country who call
themselves Hebrew
Christians.
Although its name might lead
one to believe it is a Jewish
synagogue. Temple Aron Kodesh
is in fact a messianic-
congregation that believes in
order to be truly Jewish, all Jews
must accept Jesus as their
Messiah. Claiming to be the third
largest messianic or Hebrew
Christian synagogue in the
world. Temple Aron Kodesh
insists that 85 percent of its
congregation of 200 is made up of
Jewish "believers."
The meeting is set for Apr. 10-
12 in Fort Lauderdale.
ALTHOUGH the Hebrew
Christian phenomenon is not
new. recent years have seen a
major increase in their efforts to
missionize to the Jews.
Fxplains Rabbi Yehudah Fine,
a nationally-recognized authority
on Hebrew Christians, recently in
Miami to lecture on this im-
portant issue. "Fundamentalist
Christians really believe that in
the year 2,000, the Messiah will
return. In order for this to occur,
several events must first take
place. One is that as many Jews
as possible must accept Jesus as
the Messiah. A second condition
is that Israel must be secure as
the Jewish homeland."
Rabbi Fine further explains
that this belief is the reason
behind the strong support Israel
receives from the evangelical
right in the United States.
WHO ARE these people that
claim a Jew can believe in Jesus
and yet remain a Jew? "Hebrew
Christians" is the collective term
for a variety of groups which
evangelize among Jews in many
parts of the world.
Although they usually use
Jewish-sounding names, these
groups are no more than
professional missionary
organizations supported and run
by evangelical Christians. Their
declared purpose is the con-
version of all Jews to a belief in
the tenets of fundamentalist
Christianity.
The approach used by these
organizations combines the New
Testament gospel message with
cultural and ethnic aspects of
Judaism. Jewish symbols, rituals
and holidays are reinterpreted,
each given a new Christological
meaning that negates, distorts or
ignores its actual origins and true
significance.
THOUSANDS OF YEARS of
unbroken Jewish tradition are
casually cast aside by
missionaries who tell their
followers and prospective con-
verts that theirs are the real
meanings of Jewish customs and
ceremonies.
For example, the three matzoh
on the Seder plate represent for
them the Trinity, and the un-
broken afikomen the crucified
Jesus. The Shabbat wine
becomes the blood of Jesus while
the challah symbolizes his body.
There are several reasons that
explain the growing appeal of
Hebrew Christianity. To young
Jews who are often ignorant of
their Jewish heritage, unsure of
their place in a predominantly
Christian society or unsettled in
their personal lives, the strong
emotional and spiritual support
these groups offer can be very
seductive.
JEWS WHO remember
Judaism as a diluted, irrelevant
experience from their childhood
and adolescent days, may be
drawn to the intense belief in
Jesus, the absolute Biblical
"proofs" and the claims of a
personal relationship with God
that Hebrew Christianity offers.
Fxplains Rabbi Fine, "They
say you are not converting to
Christianity, but are completing
your Judaism, so you don't have
to feel guilty." This sophisticated
technique is compelling to
committed and assimilated Jews
alike.
Efforts on the part of the
national Jewish community have
begun to counter the growing
influence of Hebrew Christianity
and other Christian missionaries.
In Miami, the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation's Committee
on Cults and Missionaries, an
arm of the Community Relations
Committee, distributes in-
formation throughout South
Florida on the dangers of
recruitment and conversion by
these groups.
RABBI FINE believes that
everyone. particularly those
targeted by these groups, must
be educated to their intent and
techniques. "Hebrew Christians
are recruiting among the Jewish
handicapped, they are visiting
hospitals and prisons and
recruiting among Jewish elderly
and terminally ill who are hungry
for attention and com-
panionship," he warns.
Appearing to be Jews, "they
often fail to identify themselves
as Hebrew Chrisians whose
ultimate goal is to convert all
Jews to Christianity.''
Rabbi Fine insists that the
Jewish community "must begin
providing the services and
fulfillment that Hebrew Christian
and other Christian missionaries
claim to offer." Says Fine. "We
must reach out to all Jews. We
have to have something to say to
all Jews that is meaningful from
a spiritual viewpoint."
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By YITZHAK RABI
NEW YORK (JTA) Gov.
Mario Cuomo and Mayor Edward
Koch of New York City, the two
main speakers at a press con-
ference sponsored by the Greater
New york Conference on Soviet
Jewry, have called for stepped-up
effort* on behalf of Soviet Jewry.
They said that improved
relations between Washington
and Moscow should be linked to
improvement in the situation of
Soviet Jews.
"The freedom of Soviet Jews
should be a precondition to any
meaningful change in relations
between our two countries,'"
Cuomo said in a brief statement
at the press conference at the
Sheraton Centre Hotel.
CHARGING THAT the
Soviet authorities try to
"terrorize Soviet Jewry into
silence," Cuomo said that the
Jews are subject to "intimidation
and repression," their basic
human rights denied, including
their right to emigrate. 'Next
year in Jerusalem' is still a
whisper cry" for Soviet Jews, the
governor said. He vowed to
continue the struggle for the
freedom of Soviet Jewry,
declaring, "We promise not to
forget them. Not today, not
tomorrow, never again."
Koch said that the Soviet
Union is sensitive to world public
opinion and therefore the public
struggle on behalf of Soviet Jews
must be intensified. He declared,
"In one voice we say to the Jews
of the Soviet Union. Do not lose
hope." The message to the
Soviet authorities, Koch con-
tinued, is "Let our people go."
The press conference was
called to announce major new
initiatives to remove the barriers
to Jewish emigration from the
Soviet Union and to end the
persecution and imprisonment of
Jewish activists.
HERBERT KRONISH.
chairman of the GNYCSJ, an-
nounced that his organization
officially changed its name to the
"Coalition to Free Soviet Jews."
He said the new name better
reflects the organization's
"action-oriented mission and
underscores its resolve to help
achieve freedom for Soviet
Jews." He said that 85
organizations in the metropolitan
area are represented by the
Coalition:
Kronish. contending that the
"crisis of Soviet Jews has
reached alarming proportions,"
outlined the new initiatives
planned by the Coalition
A massive petition cam-
paign with the goal of a half
million signatures to be ad-
dressed to the Soviet leadership.
The formation of "action
teams" of Jewish and community
leaders who will meet with
foreign diplomats in New York
ar.d ask for their governments'
intervention on behalf of Soviet
Jews.
Stepped up activity to in-
volve businessmen and the
corporate community to use their
influence on behalf of Soviet
Jewry.
, The 14th Annual Solidarity
Sunday will be held on May 5 and
will be sponsored by the
Coalition. It is the largest yearly
event of any kind on behalf of
Soviet Jews.
"Our actions will send a clear
message to Moscow that the
American people are deeply
concerned and distressed about
the .plight of Soviet Jews,"
Kronish said.
Manischewitz Airlifts Passover
Wine To East Berlin Jews 1
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airlift Kosher wines for Passover into East Berlin.
Working in association with the American Jewish Committ*.
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remaining Jews in East Berlin who struggle to maintain their
Jewish identity and traditions.
Meyer Robinson, chairman of the Board of the Manischewji
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when Jews everywhere can freely celebrate our freedom from
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Friday, April 5,1985 / The Jewish Floridian Page 3-D
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Although they used to live just
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Israel that they met.
Amiel'8 story begins as a
student at the Hebrew Academy
of Greater Miami, he received
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three awards upon graduating in
1983 for general excellence,
science and Talmud. He was
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are active in the local Jewish
community with his mother a
Hebrew School principal and
assistant director of the Judaica
High School of South Broward.
Mark's tale is different. He
attended Hillel Day School and
North Miami Beach Senior High
School. But in April, 1978, while
attending High School in Israel,
Mark caught the "Israel bug."
After one year at the University
of Florida, Mark attended the
one-year program at Hebrew
University in Jerusalem.
After participating in a
weekend program for English-
speaking religious youngsters
who were considering army
service together in Israel, Mark
decided to take a break from his
academic studies and volunteered
for the Israeli army in which he
served as a Nahal medic for two-
and-a-half years.
Now preferring to call himself
Moshe. he was with the first
troops into Lebanon at the
beginning of Operation Peace for
Galilee. Moshe was wounded on
the fourth day of the fighting.
Amiel's and Moshe's paths
finally crossed as students at the
Jerusalem College of Technology.
Although Moshe wanted to study
at a yeshiva, he realized that his
parents were rieht when they
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Page 4-D The Jewish Floridian / Friday, April 6,1986
Protests Skin Banks
In Israeli Hospitals
By DAVID LANDAU
JERUSALEM (JTA) -
Ultra-Orthodox yeshiva students
demonstrated outside the home
of Ashkenazic Chief Rabbi
Avraham Shapiro to protest the
decision by Shapiro and
Sephardk Chief Rabbi Mordechai
Eliahu to permit the storage of
human skin for burn treatment at
Israeli hospitals. Shapiro refused
to meet with the demonstrators
and police, summoned by neigh-
bors, removed them from the
premises.
Public opinion was outraged
by reports that Israel's major
hospitals did not have sufficient
human skin urgently needed to
treat 14 soldiers who suffered
severe burns in a suicide truck-
bomb attack on an Israel Defense
Force convoy in south Lebanon
on Mar. 10. Twelve soldiers were
killed in the attack.
The skin shortage was at-
tributed to a law passed by the
Knesset a year ago under intense
pressure from the Orthodox
political parties forbidding the
storage of human skin in skin
banks for future emergencies.
Israeli doctors reportedly ap-
pealed to colleagues in Holland to
fly in skin for emergency tran-
splants.
Under the circumstances, the
two Chief Rabbis ruled that skin
banks were permissible when
Talks Begun On
VOA Transmitter
By DAVID LANDAU
JERUSALEM (JTA) -
Israeli and American diplomats
and technicians began
discussions here on the radio
transmitter the U.S. wants to
erect in Israel to relay Voice of
America broadcasts behind the
Iron Curtain.
The initial talks concerned the
legal aspects of the agreement
between the two countries, a
Foreign Ministry spokesman
said. Experts from both will be
inspecting possible sites for the
transmitter and the teams will
resume their talks on Friday. One
site mentioned is near Shivta, an
ancient Nabatean ruin in the
western Negev.
The Israeli delegation is
headed by Hanan Baron, deputy
director general of the Foreign
Ministry. The American team is
led by Robert Flatten, the charge
a" affaires at the U.S. Embassy in
Tel Aviv, and Walter Roberts,
executive director of the Board of
International Broadcasting.
Israel agreed recently, after
considerable pressure from the
Reagan Administration, to
permit a VOA transmitter on
Israeli soil. The purpose is to
beam VOA programs to the
Soviet Union and Communist-
bloc countries from a location
where the Soviets will find it
difficult to jam the signals. It
was pointed out that Israel is
geographically closer to the
Soviet Union's Central Asian
provinces than Western Europe.
Some Israelis had objected to
the transmitter on grounds that
it would involve Israel in the
superpowers' propaganda war.
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Page 6-D The Jewish Floridian / Friday, April 6,1965
Gerson Named Chairman
Of New Israel VRI Bond
Gary R. Gerson, who heads a
local accounting firm and is
president of the Mount Sinai
Medical Center Founders, has
been named chairman of the
special campaign on behalf of the
State of Israel Individual
Variable Rate Bond, Philip T.
Warren, general campaign
chairman of the Greater Miami
Israel Bond Organization, has
announced.
Gary R. Gerson
Gerson explained that the new
instrument pay9 a minimum
annual interest of six percent,
plus 50 percent of the excess over
six percent of the average of the
prime rates quoted by three
major U.S. banks. A minimum
purchase of $10,000 is required.
"This new bond, which is for
individual purchasers, is being
issued to expand sales of Israel
Bonds in the Greater Miami area
and mobilize additional proceeds
to strengthen Israel's economy,"
said Gerson.
"We are confident that this
will be an attractive instrument
for supporters of Israel who want
a bond with a higher yield to be
held in their personal portfolios,"
he added.
The new bond matures 10
years from the date of issue. The
interest is computed semi-
annually and is paid each year on
April 1.
Gerson stressed that Israel is
experiencing severe economic
difficulties this year, but that the
nation's economy is basically
sound.
"Through purchases of this
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Kharkov's Hebrew
Teacher Arrested
NEW YORK (JTA) -
Evgeny Aisenberg, Kharkov's
only Hebrew teacher, was
arrested on Mar. 19 and charged
with allegedly "defaming the
Soviet state and social system,"
the National Conference on
Soviet Jewry reported. A former
engineer, he has actively sought
repatriation to Israel since the
late 1970s. He is the 10th
unofficial Hebrew teacher to be
arrested in the Soviet Union since
July, in a campaign the State
Department called a "major,
sustained crackdown on Hebrew
teachers and other Jewish
cultural activists."
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Friday, April 5,1985 /The Jewish Floridian Page 7-D
Personal Best
Wishes For
A Happy Passover
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Aster and Family
Wish All Their Friends A Very Happy Passover
Dr. and Mrs. Jack H. Brenner
Daughter Michelle, Sons Jeffrey and Gregory
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Very Happy Passover
Dr. Zalman Bacheikov DDS and Staff
Wish Everyone A Very Happy Passover
Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon Becher and Family
Wish All Our Friends A Happy Passover
Bernard and Dorothy Berger
Passover Greetings To All Our Friends
Sincere Wishes For A Happy Passover
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Berkowitz and Family
Mr. Al Berkowitz and Family
Mr. and Mrs. Abe Berkowitz and Family
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Berkowitz and Family
Dr. and Mrs. Leo Braverman and Family
Walter Mackauf and Family
Camp Shalom
Dave and Shelly Sokol and Family
Jan, Jerry, Heidi and Michael
Wish All A Happy Passover
Dr. and Mrs. Leonard Cantor and Family
Wish All Their Friends A Very Happy Passover
Dr. and Mrs. Maxwell Dauer
Dr. and Mrs. Edward A. Dauer
Mr. and Mrs. Roger A. Dauer
Wish All A Very Happy Passover
Diener Weine
Wish All Their Friends A Very Happy Passover
Mr. and Mrs. George Feldenkreis and Family
Wishes All Our Friends A Happy Passover
Zundel Gets
Jail, Probation
By BEN KAYFETZ
TORONTO (JTA) -
Ernst Zundel, a resident
alien in Canada since 1958,
was sentenced to 15 months
imprisonment and three
years probation by a federal
judge for spreading the lie
that the Holocaust did not
occur.
Zundel, 46, a citizen of West
Germany, was convicted under a
section of the Canadian criminal
code forbidding the
dissemination of false in-
formal ton, in his booklet "Did
Six Million Really Die?" While
the maximum penalty is two
years in prison, any sentence over
six months makes him liable to
deportation proceedings.
DURING THE three-year
probation period, Zundel is
enjoined from writing, com-
municating or speaking directly
or indectly on the subject of the
Holocaust. The defense is ex-
pected to appeal.
In pronouncing sentence.
Judge Hugh Locke delivered a
scathing denunciation of the
convict, declaring "You are not a
publisher. You are a neo-Nazi."
He said Zundel's activities were a
crude, unacceptable intrusion
into the lives of Canadians. He
described Zundel's booklet as a
"false and racist diatribe."
Noting that Zundel showed no
signs of contrition, the judge
stressed that the sentence
reflects not only the feelings of
the Jewish community but the
entire Canadian people. He
accepted, however, what he
referred to as the grudging
apology of Zundel's defense
attorney, Douglas Christie, for
his behavior during the trial.


Page 8-D The Jewish Floridian / Friday, April 5, 1985
The success of the annual Donor Luncheon of the South Florida
Council of Pioneer Women-Na'amat is apparent on the faces of
leaders of the organization (left to right), Frieda Leemon,
former national president; Sonia Kiriaty, chairman of spiritual
adoptions of Or Chapter; Raquel Rub, president of Or; and
Harriet Green, chair of the luncheon and national vice
president. Keynote speaker was Shimon Ziv-el, envoy of the
United Kibbutz Movement in Israel to the United States.
Enjoying the Annual Scholarship Luncheon of Amit Women
held recently at the Konover Hotel are (left to right) Saundra
Rothenberg, presidium, Florida Council; Bea Young, chairman
of the luncheon; Rose Shapiro, honoree; Regina Wang,
executive board chairman of Florida Council; and Ida Sussman,
luncheon chairman.

Mr. and Mrs. Ainslee Ferdie
Marshall, Meredith and Deborah
Wish All A Vey Happy Passover
Laura and Dick Fink
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Very Happy Passover
Dr. and Mrs. Morry Fox
Wish All Their Relatives and Friends
A Very Happy Passover
Mrs. Paul Qatar and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and Friends
A Very Happy and Joyous Passover
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Qaynor and Family
Wish Everyone A Very Happy Passover
Mr. and Mrs. Barton 0. Goldberg
Best Wishes For A Very Happy Passover
Engagement
ODELLSH APIRO
A May 19 wedding in Washington is planned
by Candice Odell and Julian Shapiro. The bride-
elect is the daughter of Mollie and David Odell of
Hong Kong and the prospective groom is the son
of Sigmund and Carolyn Shapiro of Kendall and
Sheepshead Bay.
On April 7 Mr. Shapiro will be called to the
Torah at Temple Samu-El for an 'aufruf' in honor
of his forthcoming marriage.
Israeli Envoy
Target Of
Hecklers
By EDWIN EYTAN
PARIS (JTA) -
Israel's Ambassador to
France, Ovadia Soffer, has
publicly protested the
failure of Le Mans Law
School president Jean
Pierre Gelard to call the
police when some 200 pro-
Palestinian students
prevented the Israeli envoy
from delivering a scheduled
lecture at the school, about
100 miles southwest of
Paris.
The students, mainly
Palestinians and North Africans,
blocked the entrance to the
lecture hall, waved anti-Israel
posters and shouted anti- Israel
slogans through bull horns.
French law authorizes the head of
a university to summon police to
campuses to quell disturbances.
But Gelard refused to exercise his
authority in this instance.
A SPOKESMAN for the
university said that Gelard had
written Soffer warning him of
possible trouble. He also told the
envoy that he would not meet
with him, a normal courtesy to a
visiting lecturer, because he
personally opposed Israel's
policies in south Lebanon.
Soffer protested what he said
waa Gelard s "refusal to fulfill his
responsibilities." He said he
would continue his lecture tour of
several French universities.
A large proportion of the Le
Mans Law School's students are
Palestinians, Moroccans and
Tunisians. The honorary
president of the Jewish com-
munity in Le Mans, Jacques Isar,
told the Jewish Telegraphic
Agency that the community had
not been informed in advance of
the Ambassador's scheduled
lecture.
He said that if the 160 Jewish
families in the city had known
Soffer was to be there, they
would have tried to mobilize
public opinion on Israel's behalf
and to arrange for more Jewish
and pro-Israel students to be on
hand.
Broadcast Jobs,
Israel Told
TEL AVIV (JTA) Two
recently-arrived immigrants from
the Soviet Union have urged
Israel Radio, which can be beard
in Moscow, to broadcast news
about job opportunities because
Jewish activists in the USSR are
worried about reports of rising
unemployment in Israel.
Michael Rapaport and Kon-
stantin Golesko, both in their
20 s and married, arrived in
Israel less than a month ago. At a
meeting this week with
Absorption Minister Yaacov
Tsur, they said that despite
jamming, Israel Radio should
report job openings and describe
in what fields, especially high
technology, vacancies exist.
Community Corner
Miami Beach City Commissioner Alex Daoud won both
events in the finals of the annual Area 24 competition of
Toastmasters International March 23, to advance to the
Southern Division competition which will be held Saturday
night, April 13, at the Holiday Inn at Calder.
Victor Borge, the world renowned humorist, will be the
featured entertainer at the Cultural Series presented by Temple
Emanu-El on Wednesday, April 10 at 8 p.m., at the temple.
-r
Rabbi Ralph P. Kingsley (center), spiritual leader of Temple
Sinai of North Dade in North Miami Beach, receives an
honorary Doctor of Divinity degree from Hebrew Union
College-Jewish Institute of Religion from Dr. Alfred Gottschalk
(left), president of Hebrew Union College. Dr. Norman J. Cohen
is associate professor ofmidrash at the college.
-
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gompers and Family
Sheila, Henry, Billy and Renni
and Grandchildren
Evan Ross, Jeffrey Scott, Darren David,
Suzane Robyn and Samuel Erik
Wish All Their Friends and Relatives
A Very Happy and Healthy Passover
Mr. and Mrs. Howard W. Gordon and Family
Wish All Their Friends A Very Happy Passover
Dr. and Mrs. Alan S. Qraubert
Dr. and Mrs. Michael Felder
Dr. and Mrs. Edward Goldman
Dr. Brian Zalls
Wish Everyone A Very Happy Passover
Harriet and Milt Green and Children
Bunny and Dennis
Wish All Their Friends A Very Happy Passover
Mr. and Mrs. Eleazer L. Greenstein and Family
Wish The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy Passover
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Florida Club Surprise For 59th Anniversary Couple
Friday, April 5,1985 / The Jewish Floridian Page 9-D
'I <
The dining room at The Florida Club was
decked out with an elaborate buffet, complete
with glittering ice sculpture and fresh flowers, but
guest of honor Elsie Feingold didn't suspect a
thing. The 86-year-old mother of two was
speechless when she realized that the 59th
wedding anniversary of her and her husband,
Saul, was the reason for the celebration.
As Elsie settled into her place at the head table
in THe Florida Club's glass-enclosed dining room,
social director Cookie Freund escorted in the real
surprises: Elsie and Saul's two sons had flown in
from New York and California to be with their
parents. To add to Elsie's astonishment, son
Maynard, a New Yorker, had telephoned her only
an hour before to be sure the flowers he sent her
had arrived. She never dreamed it was a local call.
California-based Morris then joined his brother
and other relatives and friends to stage a "This Is
Your Life" for Saul, 84, and Elsie.
Saul had been in on the secret of the party-
taught completely off-guard, but he, too was
surprised to see his sons, and was touched by The
party arranged by The Florida Clubs officials.
Residents only since November, "Its un-
iSThb'e ft* The Florida Club would do
^methmg like this for us." Saul said. The
re.ngolds moved to the adult congregate living
facility in North Dade when they decided the?
would enjoy the little extra attentions and the
cooked meals offered by The Florida Club. Today
Saul^says they are very happy they made the
While not every occasion is celebrated in such
grand style social director Freund said she
thought a 59th wedding anniversary was worth
rolling out the red carpet for.
The Feingolds agreed, as they took to the dance
floor while the band played their song the
Anniversary Waltz.
Maynard Feingold holds the hand of his mother, Elsie, at the
surprise 59th anniversary party given for Mrs. Feingold and
her husband, Saul, at The Florida Club. Maynard and his
brother, Morris, flew in to join the celebration.
Past presidents of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation's Cuban Hebrew Committee paid
tribute to Sender M. Kaplan for his 50 years
of leadership and dedication to the Jewish
community and the State of Israel at a
banquet and dance celebrating the 37th
anniversary of Israel's independence. The
event was held on behalf of the 1985 Com-
bined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency
Fund-Project Renewal-Or Akiva Campaign.
Shown (left to right) are dinner chairman
Aron Kelton, Moises Levin, Rabbi Dow
Rozencwaig, Jack Chester, Dr. George
Feldenkreis, Isaac Sklar, Kaplan, Rafael
Kravec, Cuban Hebrew Committee chairman
Guillermo Sostchin, and Saul Srebnick. (Not
pictured are past presidents David Egozi and
Saul Ginzburg.)
During May, Mental Health Month, Fellowship House will host
events to benefit the rehabilitation center for the emotionally
disabled and promote community awareness. Shown at the
planning committee kick-off meeting at South Miami City Hall
are (left to right) Helene Hollub, Fellowship Foundation board
member; South Miami Mayor Bill Porter; and Joel Kaye,
chairman of Fellowship House Pumping-For-Pennies Project.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hacker of
Riviera Courts Motel
5100 Riviera Dr.665*3528
Wish Everyone A'Very Happy Passover
Mrs. Ernest L. Hallbauer and Daughter Rosalie
Wish All Their Friends A Very Happy Passover
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Hornik and Family
Wish All Their Friends A Very Happy Passover
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Isan and Family
Wish All Their Friends A Very Happy Passover
Bruce A. Julien MD
Arthur J.SchatzMD
Happy Passover To All
Flo and Ben Kram
Print-Rite Co., 748 NE 79 St., Miami691-5452
Wish Everyone A Very Happy Passover
Tunisian Human
Rights League
Elects Jew
PARIS (JTA) The
Tunisian League for the Rights of
Man elected Serge Edda, a 42-
year-old Jewish businessman of
Tunis, to its executive committee
at the organization's annual
general conference, the Tunisian
news agency, Tunis Arab Press
(TAP) reported.
Edda was confirmed by an
overwhelming majority of the 300
delegates who flatly rjected the
protest by one of their number
that he was "fundamentally
opposed to the election of a Jew
because all Jews are by definition
Zionists."
According to the news agency
report, the conference president
interrupted the proceedings to
propose a resolution condemning
all forms of discrimination
"whether racial or religious."
This, by implication, was a
repudiation of the anti-Jewish
statements made in the course of
what was described as a stormy
debate.
A large number of delegates
asked that the delegate who
made the anti-Semitic statements
be barred from the organization,
TAP said. But its report did not
name the delegate or say whether
he was indeed ousted from the
League.
The League of Human Rights
was established in Tunisia in
1977. Its executive committee
has since been enlarged to include
representatives of most major
political parties and
organizations in the country.
The Kramers, Harvey and Ann
Gordon, Sally, Joshua and David
Wish All Their Friends A Very Happy Passover
George and Nan) Kronengold
Jim and Sandy I Kronengold
Wish All Their Friends
A Joyous And Happy Passover

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Mr. and Mrs. Al Leibert and Family
Wish All Their Friends A Very Happy Passover
Mr. Peter M. Lopez
Wishes Everyone A Happy Passover
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Markowitz and Family
Wish All Their Friends A Very Happy Passover


Page 10-D The Jewish Floridian / Friday,,April 6, 1985
Read Adm. Neil M. Stevenson (second from
left), chief of chaplains for the U.S. Navy,
receives a citation from JWB's Commission
on Jewish Chaplaincy. Sharing the happy
moment (left to right) are Rabbi Barry
Hewitt Greene, Short Hills, N.J.. CJC
chairman; Rabbi David Lapp, CJC director;
and Rabbi Aaron Landes, Philadelphia,
chairman, CJC's Executive Committee.
Stevenson is a member of the Presbyterian
clergy.
Names in News
Family An Endangered Species
Calling the American family an
"endangered species," Rabbi
Irwin Groner, chairman of the
Domestic Affairs Commitee of
the Synagogue Council of
America, has called for the
establishment of a national
religious Council for Family Life,
enabling Protestants, Jews, and
Catholics to share program
experiences, statistical data, and
exchange ideas, allowing each
faith group to better combat
family unit problems.
Addressing a consultation on
the topic of "Jews and Christians
Facing the Issues of
Families," Rabbi Groner said
that the present rate of family
disintegration in the U.S. will
Councilman and Mrs. Ted Nelson
Bay Harbour Island
Happy Passover
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Palmer
Wish All Their Friends A Very Happy Passover
Mr. and Mrs. Howard N. Pelznerand Family
Wish All Their Friends A Very Happy Passover
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Pertnoy and Family
Wish All Their Friends A Very Happy Passover
Michael and Mary Ellen Peyton and Family
Wish Everyone A Very Happy Passover
! Dr. and Mrs. David G. Plnosky and Children
Sue and Sam
Wish All Their Family and Friends
A Very Happy Passover
soon find America "running out
of families not long after we run
out of oil."
He said, "The increasing rate
of divorce, the alienation of the
generations, parental aban-
donment, runaways, illegitimacy,
abortion, and other disturbing
statistics convey a grim picture."
A national conference spon-
sored by two groups of American
and Canadian Jews planning to
settle in Israel's Galilee region
will be held in New York on Apr.
26-28.
The two groups include Garin
Mishol BaGalil, consisting of
about 45 families and individuals
destined for the new village of
Eschar, and Garin Galil, made up
of about 40 families with plans to
move to Har Chalutz, a hilltop
village. Garin Galil is sponsored
by the Union of American
Hebrew Congregations.
The conference will feature
Naftali Lavie, the Israeli Consul
General in New York, as a
keynote speaker, in addition to
other speakers, films, in-
formation, and social activities,
according to Nir Gur, director of
the Israel Aliyah Center's set-
tlement desk.
theme, affiliated with the Martin
Steinberg Center. The directory
is arranged alphabetically and by
category and includes artisans
across the country.
The directory is designed for
use by organizations,
synagogues, galleries, com-
munity centers and individuals in
need of Judaica craft. The
categories include calligraphy,
enamel, fiber, glass, metal,
pottery, papercutting,
photography, printmaking, and
wood. The directory will be
updated periodically.
The former Israeli Ambassador
to Iran believes that the present
nightmare in Iran is a passing
phase, that the heat and passion
of the Khomeini revolution wil
wane, and that one day the basic
mutual interests of Israel and
Iran will come back into play and
prevail.
Uri Lubrani, Israel's envoy to
Iran in the 1970s, and currently
coordinator of Israeli activities in
Lebanon, spoke at a conference
last week at the Hebrew
University of Jerusalem on "Iran
and Iranian Jews: Cultural and
Historical Dimensions."
The conference was organized
by the Hebrew University's
Institute of Asian and African
Studies and its Center for
Sephardic and Oriental Jewish
Studies, in cooperation with the
Ben-Zvi Institute for the Study
of Jewish Communities in the
East.
Weizmann Institute chemist
Prof. Zippora Shakked has been
named first incumbent of the
Helena Rubinstein Professorial
Chair in Structural Biology. The
chair was established by the
Helena Rubinstein Foundation of **
New York.
Prof. Shakked, a member of
the Institute's Department of
Structural Chemistry, has been
applying X-ray crystallography
methods by which molecular
structure may be visualized to
investigate compounds
responsible for the expression of
inherited traits. Thus new light is
quite literally being shed on DN A
and its role in heredity.
Born in Israel in 1943, Prof.
Shakked received her PhD from
the Weizmann Institute in 1974,
after which she became a research r
assistant at Cambridge 4
University. She returned to the
Weizmann Institute in 1976 and
has subsequently been the
recipient of various science
prizes.
Ambassador Jeane Kirk-
patrick will be honored by the
Conference of Presidents of
Major American Jewish
Organizations at a farewell
luncheon marking the completion
of her service as Permanent
Representative of the United ^
States to the United Nations, it
was announced this week by
Kenneth J. Bialkin, Conference
chairman.
The luncheon will be held in the
Hotel Pierre, New York City, at
12 noon Friday, Apr. 19.
"In honoring Mrs. Kirk-
patrick, we will be expressing our
esteem for her achievements as a
fearless champion of all that is
best in the American heritage,"
Continued on Page 11 -D "*
Two outstanding Ivy League
college students will represent
B'nai B'rith International as
members of the United States
delegation to the first Inter-
national Youth Conference Apr.
6-9 in Kingston, Jamaica. The
focus of the meeting will be on
human freedom and peace.
The students are Michael B.
Froman of Princeton University
and San Rafael, Calif., and Julie
Stern of Columbia University's
Barnard College and Forest Hills,
N.Y. Both are scheduled to
graduate this spring.
Froman is a student at
Woodrow Wilson School of
Public and International Affairs.
Next Fall he will attend Oxford
University on a Fulbright
fellowship and later. Harvard
Law School.
Stern, who has majored in
political economy, plans to take
off a year after graduation to
travel and work. She is planning
to attend law school in 1966.
A national directory of Jewish
artisans has just been published
by the Martin Steinberg Center
of the American Jewish
Congress.
The directory contains the
names, addresses, and particular
craft of members of the National
Jewish Artisans Guild, a group of
artisans working in the Jewish
Dr. and Mrs. Paul Rlchman and Family
Wish All Their Friends A Very Happy Passover
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Rogers
Wish All Their Friends A Very Happy Passover
Dr. and Mrs. Morton Rosenbluth and Family
Wish All their Friends A Very Happy Passover
Dr. Bruce Rosenkrantz and Staff
Wish Everyone
A Very Happy And Healthy Passover
Sol and Eleanor Rosenkranz and Family
Wish All Their Friends and Family
A Happy Passover
Dr. and Mrs. Manning Rosnick
8585 Sunset Drive
A Very Happy Passover To All


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[nd Mrs. Lawrence M. Schantz and Family
i All Their Friends A Very Happy Passover
ind Mrs. Leonard E. Schwalb and Family
All Their Friends A Very Happy Passover
)r. and Mrs. Bert Shapiro and Family
All Their Friends A Very Happy Passover
Mr. Robert i. Shapiro and Children
Daniel, Jonathan and Adam
All Their Friends A Very Happy Passover
Rebel Solloway and
Benes and Alan Glackman
All Their Friends A Very Happy Passover
land Mrs. Jerome I. Summers and Family
All Their Friends A Very Happy Passover
lr. and Mrs. Joseph Sures and Family
All Their Friends A Very Happy Passover
>py Passover Greetings and Peace For All
Judge and Mrs. David L. Trask
Mr. and Mrs. David Phillip and Family
Seth Daniel Lefkow and Family
lr. and Mrs. Norman Smith and Family
Mr. and Mrs. Barry Robbin and Family
lr. and Mrs. Arthur Turkish and Family
I Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Brody and Family
Mr. and Mrs. Brooks Lefkow
Mrs. Paul Lefkow and Family
Names
In News
Continued from Page 10 D
Bialkin said in announcing the
luncheon.
The Anti-Defamation League
of B'nai B'rith has endorsed the
concept of a nationwide data
bank for the reporting of bias
crimes.
Establishment of such a
repository can lead to "greater
public awareness" and better
police coverage of ethnically-
motivated offenses, according to
the League.
Testifying on the proposed
"Hate Crime Statistic Act"
before the Subcommittee on
Criminal Justice of the House
Judiciary Committee, Jerome H.
Bakst, ADL's director of
Research and Evaluation, cited
the League's annual national
audit of anti-Semitic incidents as
t hi basis for his prediction.
The American Jewish
Congress says a Louisiana law
requiring public schools to touch
tlie biblical theory of creation as a
science is a thinly-disguised
attempt to convert the schools
into "instruments of religious
instruction."
The organization wants the
U.S. Court of Appeals for the
Fifth Circuit to uphold a lower
court ruling that the Louisiana
law, known as the "Balanced
Treatment Act," is un-
constitutional because it violates
the prohibition against gover-
nment sponsorship of religion.
An amicus curiae, or friend-of-
the-court, brief, announced by
Marvin E. Frankel, co-chair of
AJCongress' Commission on
Law and Social Action, declares
that the state's legislature "may
not require the teaching of
religious dogma in the guise of
creationism by passing it off as
science."
The brief says that the real
issue in the case, known as
Aguillard v. Edwards, is not
whether theologians or scientists
are ultimately correct about
evolution, but whether "creation
science" is a scientific theory or a
religious one.
Jewish Home
Make Gifts To
Founders
Founder Helen Rechtschaffer
has become a major benefactor of
the Home's forthcoming Harry
Chernin Skilled Nursing
Building. The entire first floor of
the building will be known as the
Rechtschaffer Pavilion, in
memory of Ms. Rechtschaffer'a
family.
Founders Leo and Rosemary
Gelvan have contributed to the
buklding of a new senior adult
day center, a program that has
already proven to be effective for
many frail elderly. The day center
will be part of the Community
Services Building slated for
groundbreaking later this year.
These gifts follow a gift from
Founders president Sidney Olson
and his wife, Miriam, who are
helping to build a 32-bed hospital
facility in' the Chernin Building.
Dr. and Mrs. Hugh Unger
Jeffrey, Adrlanne and Richard 5
Wish All Their Friends A Happy Passov(M
i
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Mr. and Mrs. Harry Weitzer and Family
Wish All Their Friends A Very Happy Passover
Ralph and Jack Weloff
Wish All Their Friends A Very Happy Passover
Dr. and Mrs. William Wickman
Wish All Their Relatives and Friends
A Very Happy Passover
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Mark Wolff
Passover Greetings To All Our Friends
Greetings From
The Family Of The Big (Z)
Albert, Rita, Jeffrey, Roy, Vivian and Jeniester
Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Zalles and Family
Wish All Their Friends A Very Happy Passover
The Zilber Family
Linda, Slgmund and Martin
Wish Everyone A Happy Passover
r
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Mr. and Mrs. David H. Zoberg
Mariene, Bonnie, Steven, Ellen and Stuart
Wish Their Family and Friends &
A Very Happy Passover
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Amit Women
420 Lincoln Rd.
Miami Beach -531-5344
Happy Passover
Gottex of Israel
777 NW 72 Ave.
Miami 261-4700
Happy Passover
R E A Air Conditioning
7351 NW 7th St.
Miami 266-6627
Happy Passover
Ben Graber's Ladies Wear
1325 NE 163 St.
No. Miami Beach 945-4171
Happy Passover
American Electric of Miami
-.137! SW 208 Dr.
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Hat;
J.M. Upton Ins. Agency
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0. Miami 82
Happy Passover
Harbor Island Spa Beauty Salon
"900 Harbor I gland No. Bay Village
759-4022-751-7561
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We Wish Our Friends And Customers A Very Happy Passover
Merrill, Lynch
2S. BiscayneBlvd.
Miami-579-8200
A Very Happy Passover To All
Conger Life Ins. Co.
5050 Biscayne Blvd.
Miami 754-3291
Happy Passover To The Jewish Community
Elsie Undergarment Co.
8295 W. 20th St.
Hialeah-822-6981
Isaac and Elsie Silverberg
Happy Passover To All
Farr Tours and Travel
2323 Collins Ave.
Miami Beach 531-5327
A Very Happy Passover To All
Fine Distributing Co.
3485 NW 65th St.
Miami-691-0231
Happy Passover To All
Florida Lace
And Braid Inc.
565-575 NW 24 St. Miami 573-8020
A Very Happy Passover
To The Entire Jewish Community
The Frame Factory
1405 W. 49th St.
Hialeah-558-0412
Happy Passover To All
Frankes Jewelers
7271 SW 57th Ave.
Miami-661-7627
We Wish All Our Friends & Customers
A Very Happy Passover
No Delay
In Pullout,
Says Rabin
By DAVID LANDAU
JERUSALEM (JTA)
Defense Minister Yit-
zhak Rabin said he an-
ticipated no delays or
blockages at the Cabinet
level in the decision to
complete the Israel Defense
Force's withdrawal from
Lebanon. But he cautiously
refused to cite a specific
deadline for the completion.
However. Premier Shimon
Peres, speaking in Upper
Nazareth, said the withdrawal
would be completed "much
quicker than a lot of people
think."
Informed sources have spoken
ii c anv-io-mid-May as the likely
timing for the final pullback
icrw I he international border.
'{ABIV
I
Rabin sain he would envisage
Dg at targets "forty or even
eiuhtv kilometers" inside
Lebanon if the operational
requirements of the fight against
terrorism dictated this.
The Defense Minister has been
speaking with an increasingly
dour and somber tone about the
future outlook. He told the
Knesset committee that the
Shiite terror danger now was
more of a challenge than the PLO
threat had been before 1982.
PERES, however, has taken a
more upbeat approach in his
public statements. In Nazareth,
he told hundreds of local high
schoolers he was "not disturbed"
by the bleak prognoses of
ongoing Shiite terror after the
IDF withdraws.
Ethiopians
Demonstrate
JERUSALEM Several
hundred Ethiopian Jews
demonstrated outside the
Knesset protesting what they
charged was insulting and in-
sensitive treatment by the Chief
Rabbinate and other religious
institutions in Israel.
The demonstration was
organized by the Association of
Ethiopian Immigrants, one of
three organizations representing
the estimated 8.000 Jewish
emigres from Ethiopia who
entered Israel last year by secret
airlift from Sudan which had to
be terminated when it became
public knowledge.
The demonstrators marched
from the Knesset to the Jewish
Agency building and the Heichal
Shlomo. the Chief Rabbinate
headquarters in downtown
Jerusalem. They objected
vehemently to the fact that their
absorption in Israel was placed
exclusively in the hands of
religious authorities, and that
institutions claiming to represent
them were headed by self-
appointed outsiders who are
unaware of the needs of the
Ethiopians themselves.
Bob White's
Bowling Pro Shop
1227 NE 2 Ave., Miami374-0642
Happy Passover
Miami Rug Co.
11150 NW 32 Ave., Miami 685-8444
Happy Passover
Goldan Buddha
Restaurant
12395 Biscayne Blvd., Miami891-3399
Happy Passover
Holland Machinery Co.
395 East 10 Ave.
Hialeah 885-2575
Happy Passover
Our Photo Inc.
Sans Souci Plaza
2138 N.E. 123 St. North Miami 33181
Wishes All Clients & Friends
A Happy & Healthy Passover
Fowler's Seafood
I [inorca Vve Coral
H
Sunshine
Hair Fashions In
Epicure Market
1656 Alton Rd.
Miami Beach 672-1861
Happy Passover
Hearne Electric
14801 NE 20th Ave.
No. Miami Beach 944-7799
We Wish The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy Passover
Tony & Medora Studio
Of Ballroom Dancing
No. Miami Beach 931-1822
Happy Passover To All
The Forge Restaurant
432 Arthur Godfrey Rd.
Miami 538-8533
Happy Passover
Supertype
1399 SE 9th Ave.
Hialeah 885-6241
We Wish The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy Passover
S & S Discount Market
7306 Collins Ave.
Miami Beach 861-0694
Happy Passover To All Our Friends
And Customers
Bay Plumbing
3029 SW 28 St.
Miami 446-8141
Happy Passover
Bressers Cross Index
Telephone Directory
853 NE 79th St. 758-6786
Happy Passover
A
Andalusia Bake Shop
248 Andalusia Ave.
Coral Gables 445-8196
Happy Passover
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Notes
Friday, April 5,1985 / The Jewish Floridian Page 13-D
[askel, a former cable
Ion program coor-
and special events
tr, has been named
fng coordinator for
Bank, according to
toltz, chairman and
it. __________
uipsitz has been elected
president and com-
anking counsel by the
Directors of Southeast
I.A.
|z, a former member of
firm Britton, Cohen,
Kaufman and Schantz,
vill be responsible for
|shing uniform legal
ds for commercial lending
iheast. He will also act as
with outside counsel on
I matters pertaining to
[activities.
J. Sack has been
to vice president of
Development Cor-
on. He joined the firm in
a corporate counsel and
erves as general counsel.
nmercial real estate broker
rd A. Wien, Jr. has an-
i the formation of a new
ate brokerage company to
|nown as 1st Commercial
located in the Miami
Rational Commerce Center.
'ublic Notice
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
I NOTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, desiring to
?ngage In business under the
fictitious name "El Encanto del
Nino" at 4150 NW 7 St No. 208
^Iiaml Kl. 33128 Intends to
hgister said name with the Clerk
?' thr circuit Court of Dade
pounty Florida
KMMABENITEZ
l8*<2 April 5. 12, 19. 28. 1986-30-
Notice of action
intme circuitcourtof
the eleventh judicial
circuit in andfor
oade county, florida
Civil Action No. 85 13517
HE MARRIAGE Of:
"N \ lil'.iiWN
land
^VINDEL BROWN
Vindel Brown
Sanla Cruz Post Office
Elizabeth,Jamaica
I* etltlon for DlssoluUon of Mar
I "age has been filed In this court
land you are required to serve a
rapy of your written defenses on
awe Ross, attorney for PetlUoner.
l.nV?N-E 19Ave -Miami. Fla.
it," ,i lhe or,8'n' with the clerk
K. above court n or before
Iwrni. 1985: """""wise a default
|*lll bf entered against you.
|lDated '" Mlaml on ^^ *
RICHARD BR1NKER. Clerk
Dade County, Florida
By J.Byron
n. .. A* DeP"ty Clerk
Aprils. 12.19, 38,1988
- lirEF1 IS HEREBY GIVEN
KT. ,underinsTe firm. b"lness under the
C*!JSJ>* Ua-s for Hair and
Eg* L'H Sunset Drive. South
|Wmi. Florida intends to register
fil T"!Z wlth a* "*>
hond, Dade County-
."* H*uto Service.. Inc.
Audrey Hllverim. Prsaldont
JJW Oslason
fOMMy for H H Auto Service.,
-^.MUtJrf.UU
Best Wishes For Passover
To All Our Friends
FARM
STORES
The fastest,
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rtfrr/t/iy PtMxmek
Vfere Making Wfaves Respectfully.
AMERICAN COMMITTEE FOR
SHAAREZEDEK HOSPITAL
JN JERUSALEM
WISHES ALL THEIR FRIENDS
A PASSOVER FILLED WITH JOY
531-8329
SIDNEY L. OLSON
Chairman S.E. Region
Vice Chairman of International
Board of Governors
MINNA V.RHINE
Pres., South Fla.
Women's Comm.
W
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DADE: 864-2271/BROWARD: 922-4686
Bottling Company of Miami, Inc.
Our Passover Products
Coca-Cola
diet Coke
Sprite
Schweppes Club Soda
are all prepared with strictly Kosher for!
Passover ingredients without corn sweeteners|
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Ever since we opened our doors
we've been providing our customers
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That's what Close Personal
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Norman Braman (left), general chairman of the 1985 Combined
Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund-Project Renewal-Or
Akiva Campaign, shares a moment with Elaine Bloom and
Alvin Lloyd Brown, chairman of the South Dade Branch of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation, at the South Dade "Bigger
and Better" event featuring the Four Tops.
Beth Torah Exec. Recognized
Harvey L. Brown, executive
director of Beth Torah
Congregation, will be made a
Fellow of Synagogue
Administration on Friday, April
12, during 8:30 morning services.
Sanford Cohen, president of the
National Association of
Synagogue Administrators, will
make the presentation. FSA
status is awarded to individuals
who complete a series of written
examinations on professional and
Judaic subjects, publish articles
in professional journals,and
participate in lectures and other
presentations at national con-
ventions in the field.
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NMB Natives Meet In Israel
Friday, April 5,1985 / The Jewish Floridian Page 15-D
1 '
I from Page 3-D
be acquire an academic
with 300 other
loshe now spends his
yeshiva st- Jies and
goons and evenings
award a bachelor's
discovered JCT
preparatory, in-
[ course last year.
I road was a bit easier,
ent a year in Israel in
de program from the
[Academy. and his
si Gross, son of the
Alexander S. Gross,
led he continue at the
College of Technology.
with Moshe's
that "JCT is an ideal
now in his second
ring computer sciences
Special application 'o
and information
F'l am learning a lot,"
J'about computers and
(culture."
the things I really like
college is the way a
at would appear to be
cular is shown to
with Judaism, how
Ichings reflect on it and
aism; this leads to a
it appreciation of our
' Amiel said.
I CIRCUIT COURT OF
[ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
|RCUIT IN AND FOR
; COUNTY, FLORIDA
FAMILY DIVISION
kSE NO. $5-133*7(23)
)RI DA BAR NO. 025026
IE OF PUBLICATION
he Marriage of
miEDORSEY.
Petitioner
30RSEY,
I Respondent
)y Dorsey.
Bdence Unknown
Ire hereby notified
I your Answer or other
to the Petition for
Ion of Marriage with the
K"lerk, and mall a copy of
Petitioner's Attorney,
ORE FISHER. ESQ.. 5060
Blvd., No. 101, Conger
Bid*;., Miami. Florida
iore the 10th of May.
|e Petition will be taken as
this 2nd day of April.
IDP BRINKER.Clerk
fcult court of I lade
County. Florida
I CASAMAYOR
Deputy Clerk
Picks OF
K FISHER
[Tor Wife-Petitioner
jyne Bldg., No. 101
' Ins Bldg..
>nda 33137
{305 I 758-9523
April 5. 12. 19.28. 1985
riCE OF ACTION
iRUCTIVE SERVICE
HO PROPERTY)
CIRCUITCOURTOF
EVENTH JUDICIAL
IIT OF FLORIDA, IN
: DADE COUNTY
kction No. 85 1 3278 I 17 I
N FOR DISSOLUTION
)F MARRIAGE
rida Bar No 2 39615
le Marriage of
8.ZOS.
ner.
LIVALDBZ,
jldent
Uaeell Valdez
ilngton268entre
elles y Prenso. El Cerro
bana, Cuba
*E HEREBY NOTIFIED
acUon lor DlssoluUon of
has been filed against
you are required to serve a
your written defenses. If
on Rafael E Padlerne.
for Petitioner, whose
i Is 1437 S.W. First Street,
[Florida 33135. and file the
Hth the clerk of the above
hurt on or before May 10th.
Wwise a default wUl be
[against you for the relief
4 in the complaint or
oUce shall be published
Ch week for four con-
[weeks In THE JEWISH
BS my hand and the seal
urt at Miami. Florida on
ay of April. 1986
ARD .>. BRINKER
Clerk. Circuit Court
e County, Florida
I By J.BYRON
Deputy Clerk
urt Seal)
PADIERNE.ESQ.
Tlrst St.
Drlda SS1S5 ,
I (305) 649-5486
por PetlUoner
Aprils. 12, 19, 36. 1985
Amiel Lieber (left) and Mark Weinberg (right), both former
North Miami Beach youths, now live and study at the Jerusalem
College of Technology.
Moshe, now at the end of his
first semester, will have to decide
which of JCT's three disciplines
he wishes to take computer
sciences, electro-optics or elec-
tronics. He also will have the
option with an extra 600 hours
during the four-year degree
program to acquire a teacher's
certificate to teach technology in
Israeli high schools.
Almost one-third of the
students at the Jerusalem
College of Technology are from
outside Israel, including 40 from
the U.S. The students' day is a
long one, the academic schedule
heavy, and vacations are shorter
than at universities, but the
chance to acquire a high-tech
engineering degree in a Torah-
observant milieu is what at
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, desiring to
engage in business under the
fictiUous name S.A. GlfU at 273
Alhambra Circle, Coral Gables,
Fla. Intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County. Florida.
Diagnostics Export. Inc.
018703 March 15,22. 29;
Aprils. 1985
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, desiring to
engage in business under the
fictitious name MIAMI BUSINESS
OFFICE at 1140 W. 50 St., Suite No.
404, Hlaleah. FL 33012 intends to
register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida
Carlos Vera
18941 Aprils. 12. 19.26. 1985
INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN ANDFOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
FILE NO. 63-10*30
IN RE: ESTATE OF
BRENDEN LEE MOORE
Deceased
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING
CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
AGAINST THE ABOVE ESTATE
AND AM. OTHER PERSONS
INTERESTED IN SAID ESTATE.
VOI ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that the administration of the
eitate of BRENDEN I.EE
MOORE, deceased, late of Dade
County, Florida. File Number 83-
10610. is pending in the Circuit
Court In and for Dade County
Florida I'robate Division, the
address ol which H 73 Weal Flagler
Street Miami Florida M130 The
names and addresses of Ul per
-onal repris.nt.inve and the
personal representatives attomej
are set forth below.
All persons interested in the
estate 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
obJecUon by an Interested person
to whom notice was mailed that
challenges the validity of the will
the qualifications of the personal
representative, venue, or
jurisdiction of the court.
ALL CLAIMS. DEMANDS AND
OBJECTIONS NOT SO FILED
WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
Personal Representative:
BRENDA ALEXANDER
19337 N.W. 5.3 Place
OpaLocka, Florida B305S .
First publlcaUoh of this notice of
Administration on the 29th day of ,
ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL
REPRESENTATIVE:
JUDITH REICH
Law Offices at
3050 Blscayne Blvd. Suite 600
Miami. Florida 33137
Telephone (306) 576-5522
,Q.], March 29;
18928 AprllS. 1985
traded Amiel, Moshe and the
others. Of no lesser attraction
must be the opportunity to study
in Jerusalem, with all the
emotions that mention of the
Eternal City, Israel's capital,
arouses.
JCT was founded 15 years ago
and is located on its own campus
between Bayit Vagan and Givat
Mordechai in West Jerusalem.
Moshe and Amiel now are
visiting their families in North
Miami Beach. Moshe is with his
parents, Joshua and Betty
Weinberg, while Amiel is visiting
his parents, Asher and Nechama
Lieber.
Anyone interested in finding
out more information on the
school, can contact them directly.
INTHE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN ANDFOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
FAMILY DIVISION
CASE N0.8S-133tt(> >
FLORIDA BAR NO C j26
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
IN RE: The Marriage of
JENNIE PEARL ALEXANDER.
w ue Petitioner
anil
LLOYD A ALEXANDER,
Husband Respondent
TO Lloyd A Alexander
Residence tnknown
VOI ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
to file your Answer or other
pleading to the Petit' a for
DlssoluUon 'H Maniagi V \i the
Court'! Clerk and mall a ropy of
same to Petitioner's Attorney.
THEODORE FISHER ESQ. 5050
Blscayne Blvd No 101. Conger
Life Ins. Bldg.. Miami. Florida
S3187 on or before the 10th of May.
laxs else Petition will be taken as
confessed
DATED this 2nd day of April.
1985.
RICHARD P. BRINKER. Clerk
Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida
HyT CASAMAYOR
Deputy Clerk
LAW OFFICES OF
THEODORE FISHER
Attorney for Wife-Petitioner
5050 Blscayne Bldg. No. 101
Conger Life Ins. Bldg.,
Miami, Florida 33137
Telephone: (305i 758 3523
18949 April 5. 12. 19.26, 1985
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN ANDFOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
FAMILY DIVISION
CASE NO. 85-13394 (05)
FLORIDA BAR NO 075026
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
in RE The Marriage ol
CHAFICNASSER,
Husband Petitioner
anil
MARY ELIZABETH NASSER
\\ He Respondent
T( 1 Mary Elizabeth Nasser
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 mall a copy of
same to PeUUoner's Attorney.
THEODORE FISHER. ESQ.. 5060
Blscayne Blvd., No. 101. Conger
Life Ins. Bldg.. Miami, Florida
33137 on or before the 10th of May,
1988, else PeUUon will be taken as
confessed.
DATED this 2nd day of April,
1985.
. RICHARD P. BRINKER. Clerk
Circuit Court ol Dade
' County. Florida '. r,
By T. CASAMAYOR
Deputy Clerk
LAW OFFICES OF
THEODORE FISHER
Attorney forHusband-PeUUoner
5050 Blscayne Bldg.. No. 101
Conger Mfe Ins. Bldg..
Miami. Florida 33137
Telephone: (306) 758-9523
IMMfi AprllS, 12. 19.26. 198S
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, desiring to
engage In business under the
fictitious name D.D. ft D. Com-
pany, a division of Friendship Auto
Tag Company at PO Box 364.
Miami Shores, Florida 33163, In-
tends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida.
JOSEPH A. BLAKE
18920 March 29;
April 5. 12,19,1985
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No 15-1 nv (17)
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: The Marriage of
JOSE MARIA TATO.
Petitioner,
and
CONCEPCION COLIN.
Respondent.
TO: ConcepcionColin
Address Unknown
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 ARMANDO
GUTIERREZ, attorney for
Petitioner, whose address Is 2153
Coral Way, Suite 400, Miami.
Florida 33145. and file the original
with the clerk of the above styled
court on or before May 8. 1985;
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-
secutive weeks In THE JEWISH
FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of said court at Miami, Florida on
this 1st day of April, 1985.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By T. CASAMAYOR
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
Armando GuUerrez, Esquire
2153 Coral Way, Suite 400
Miami. Florida 33146
Telephone: (305)358-0444
Attorney for PetlUoner
18944 Aprils, 12, 19,26, 1985
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, desiring to
engage in business under the
fictiUous name "El Encanto del
Nino'' at 4150 NW 7 St No. 208
Miami, FL 33126 intends to
register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
EMMA BENITEZ
18942 April 5. 12. 19. 26. 1985-30-
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that Die undersigned, desiring to
engage in business under the
fictiUous names Victor Logan DBA
South Florida Carpet Wholesaler's
at 7210 Red Rd Suite 202 Miami FL
33143 Intends to register said
names with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida.
Victor Logan
18914 March 29:
April 5. 12. 19. 1986
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No. 84-3*921
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE
MKDARDO VILLA PINO
and
OREOORIA SILVERA DE VILLA
TO: Gregorla Silvera de Villa
Calle 38 Numero 2938.
Barranqullla. Colombia
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution ol
Marriage has been filed against
you and you are required to .
copy of your written defenses, if
any. to it on JORGE R. ORTA.
attorney for PeUtloner, whose
address is 2920 N.W. 7 Street.
Miami, Florida 33126, 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
petlUon.
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 20th day of April, 1986.
I RICHARDP. BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By L.E.R.SINCLAIR
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
ORTA A ASSOCIATES, P.A.
JORGE R. ORTA
2920 N.W. 7 Street
Miami. Florida 33126
Attorney for PeUUoner
18912 March 29;
AprllS. 12.19.1985
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NOPROPERTYI
INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No. 5- n 571
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF
TOMASSAING,
PeUtloner-Husbsnd,
and
AI )F.I .IN A RODILSAING,
Respondent-Wife.
TO: MRS ADEI.INA
RODILSAING
RESIDENCE UNKNOWN
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action 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 JEROLD H.
REICHLER, attorney for PeU-
Uoner, whose address is 1400 N.E.
Miami Gardens Drive, Suite 103.
North Miami Beach. FL 38179. 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 peUtlon.
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 21 day of March, 1986.
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By Owen D. Zelgler
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
lei old H Relchler, Esq.
LAW OFFICES OF
JEROLD H. REICHLER
1400 N.E. Miami Gardens Dr.
Suite 108
North Miami Beach,
Florida 33179
Attorney for Petitioner
18916 March 20;
__________________AprU 6,12.19,1985
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN ANDFOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
FAMILY DIVISION
CASE NO. 15-133*9(23)
FLORIDA BAR NO.025024
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
IN RE: The Marriage of
CARMEN L. CARLOS.
Wife-Petitioner
and
ARTHUR SESMA CARLOS.
Husband-Respondent
TO: Arthur Sesma Carlos
Residence Unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
to file your Answer or other
pleading to the Petition for
DlssoluUon of Marriage with the
Court's Clerk, and mall a copy of
same to PeUUoner's Attorney.
THEODORE FISHER. ESQ., 5060
Blscayne Blvd., No 101 Conger
Life ins Bldg. Miami Florida
SS187 on or before the lOlh .if May.
1985. else Petition will be taken as
confessed
DATED this 2nd day of April
1985.
richard P BRINKEI Clark
Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida
By T. CASAMAYOR
Deputy Clerk
LAW OFFICES OF
THEODORE FISHER
Attorney for Wlfe-PeUUoner
5050Blscayne Bldg.. No. 101
Conger Life Ins. Bldg..
Miami. Florida 33137
Telephone: (305)758-9523
18947 AprllS. 12. 19.26. 1985
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 84-4474
Division 03
IN RE: ESTATE OF
ROBERT BERNARD
BENDER
I eased
NOTICE OF ADMINISTR A TION
The administration of 11 estate
of ROBERT BERNARD BEN-
DER, deceased. File Nui isr 84
6474 (03 i. is pending in th- "Ircult
Court for Dade Countv.
Probati Division. !he a.I ss of
which IS 73 West
Miami Florida 33ISO Tre names
anil addresses of the \
representative and the [ sonal
representative's attorney re 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 lalms
against the estate and i. any
objection by an Interested person
to whom this noUce was mailed
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 has
begun on March 29,1985.
Personal Representative
CAROLE SCHICKMAN
12020 S.W. 29th Terrace
Miami, Florida 33175
Attorney for Personal
RepresentaUve:
EDWARD I. GOLDEN, ESQ.
200 S.E 1st Street
Suite 300
Miami. Florida 33131
Telephone: (306)368-4744
18929 March 29;
April 5.1986


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and they'll go away.
They might have immigrated from hostile lands. Or lost
their families to tyrannical regimes. Or even survived the
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They are Jews in need.
Care services for the elderly funded through the Greater
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The fate of a generation of Jews who laid the
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Gerson Named Chairman
Of New Israel VRI Bond
Gary R. Get-son, who heads a
local accounting firm and is
president of the Mount Sinai
Medical Center Founders, has
been named chairman of the
special campaign on behalf of the
State of Israel Individual
Variable Rate Bond, Philip T.
Warren, general campaign
chairman of the Greater Miami
Israel Bond Organization, has
announced.
Gary R. Gerson
Gerson explained that the new
instrument pays a minimum
annual interest of six percent,
plus 50 percent of the excess over
six percent of the average of the
prime rates quoted by three
major U.S. banks. A minimum
purchase of $ 10,000 is required.
"This new bond, which is for
individual purchasers, is being
issued to expand sales of Israel
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and mobilize additional proceeds
to strengthen Israel's economy,"
said Gerson.
"We are confident that this
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for supporters of Israel who want
a bond with a higher yield to be
held in their personal portfolios,"
he added.
The new bond matures 10
years from the date of issue. The
interest is computed semi-
annually and is paid each year on
April 1.
Gerson stressed that Israel is
experiencing severe economic
difficulties this year, but that the
nation's economy is basically
sound.
"Through purchases of this
new bond, friends of Israel can
become partners in helping to
Kharkov's Hebrew
Teacher Arrested
NEW YORK (JTA) -
Evgeny Aisenberg, Kharkov's
only Hebrew teacher, was
arrested on Mar. 19 and charged
with allegedly "defaming the
Soviet state and social system,"
the National Conference on
Soviet Jewry reported. A former
engineer, he has actively sought
repatriation to Israel since the
late 1970's. He is the 10th
unofficial Hebrew teacher to be
arrested in the Soviet Union since
.July, in a campaign the State
Department called a "major,
sustained crackdown on Hebrew
teachers and other Jewish
cultural activists."
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Israel's people, who are making
sacrifices to restore the economy
to health, and at the same time
will receive a competitive return
on their investment."
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Personal Best
Wishes For
A Happy Passover
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Aster and Family
Wish All Their Friends A Very Happy Passover
Dr. Zalman Bacheikov DDS and Staff
Wish Everyone A Very Happy Passover
Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon Becher and Family
Wish All Our Friends A Happy Passover
Bernard and Dorothy Berger
Passover Greetings To All Our Friends
Sincere Wishes For A Happy Passover
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Berkowitz and Family
Mr. Al Berkowitz and Family
Mr. and Mrs. Abe Berkowitz and Family
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Berkowitz and Family
Dr. and Mrs. Leo Braverman and Family
Walter Mackauf and Family
Dr. and Mrs. Jack H. Brenner
Daughter Michelle, Sons Jeffrey and Gregory
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Very Happy Passover
Camp Shalom
Dave and Shelly Sokol and Family
Jan, Jerry, Heidi and Michael
Wish All A Happy Passover
Dr. and Mrs. Leonard Cantor and Family
Wish All Their Friends A Very Happy Passover
Dr. and Mrs. Maxwell Dauer
Dr. and Mrs. Edward A. Dauer
Mr. and Mrs. Roger A. Dauer
Wish All A Very Happy Passover
Diener Weine
Wish All Their Friends A Very Happy Passover
Mr. and Mrs. George Feldenkreis and Family
Wishes All Our Friends A Happy Passover
Zundel Gets
Jail, Probation
By BEN K A YFETZ
TORONTO (JTA)
Ernst Zundel, a resident
alien in Canada since 1958,
was sentenced to 15 months
imprisonment and three
years probation by a federal
judge for spreading the lie
that the Holocaust did not
occur.
Zundel, 46, a citizen of West
Germany, was convicted under a
section of the Canadian criminal
code forbidding the
dissemination of false in-
formaiton, in his booklet "Did
Six Million Really Die?" While
the maximum penalty is two
years in prison, any sentence over
six months makes him liable to
deportation proceedings.
DURING THE three-year
probation period, Zundel is
enjoined from writing, com-
municating or speaking directly
or indectly on the subject of the
Holocaust. The defense is ex-
pected to appeal.
In pronouncing sentence,
Judge Hugh Locke delivered a
scathing denunciation of the
convict, declaring "You are not a
publisher. You are a neo-Nazi."
He said Zundel's activities were a
crude, unacceptable intrusion
into the lives of Canadians. He
described Zundel's booklet as a
"false and racist diatribe."
Noting that Zundel showed no
signs of contrition, the judge
stressed that the sentence
reflects not only the feelings of
the Jewish community but the
entire Canadian people. He
accepted, however, what he
referred to as the grudging
apology of Zundel's defense
attorney, Douglas Christie, for
his behavior during the trial.