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The Jewish Floridian
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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).

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folume 59 Numbr 3 Two Sections Miami, Florida Friday, January 17,1986
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Price 50 Cants
lorida Fourth Highest
But ADL Notes General Decline in Anti-Semitic Acts Against
Jews, Institutions
Florida had the fourth
lighest number of anti-
Semitic incidents directed
inst Jews and Jewish in-
titutions in the United
States, according to an an-
nual audit conducted by the
Lin-Defamation League of
Inai B'rith.
The total number of incidents in
Florida decreased in 1985 com-
pared to 1984, and in that regard
were consistent with the national
trend. The findings, made public
Wednesday by Nathan Perlmut-
ter, ADL's national director in
New York, were divided into two
baak categories: 1) vandalism,
ranging from swastika daubings
and 2) personal
threats and
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jbbi Leon Kronish. senior founding spiritual leader of Temple
rth ShoUm in Miami Beach, is greeted by newly-enrolled Ethio-
m students at Boys Town Jerusalem during his recent visit to
18-acre education center for underprivileged Israeli youths.
students are among 72 Ethiopian immigrants all forced to
i oe parents and families behind when they came to Israel who
> rrcennng academic, religious and technical training in Boys
twn a Junior High School and Schools of Precision Mechanics,
mphic Arts and Furniture Design.
\Before Operation
Bonner Spoke At Sabbath
Services in Mass. Synagogue
iBOSTON (JTA) -
lelena Bonner, wife of
Dviet dissident scientist
idrei Sakharov, visited a
rnagogue in Newton,
during Sabbath ser-
ies late last month and ex-
essed hope that "all the
prisoners of Zion will be free
as well as all my friends of
different nations and
religions."
She seemed to include her hus-
band, a Nobel Laureate in physics,
who is in exile in Gorky for his
< ontinued on Page 7-A
to bombings;
assaults,
harassments.
THEY REVEALED:
638 reported incidents of van-
dalism against Jewish institutions
and private Jewish homes in 34
states and the District of Colum-
bia, an 11 percent decrease from
the 1984 total of 715. The 638 in-
cidents included 6 arsons, as
against 9 in 1984; 5 attempted ar-
sons, as against 8 last year; 3 bom-
bings, the same as in 1984; and 3
attempted bombings, as against 1
in 1984. The report points out that
although there were fewer in-
cidents of vandalism, several were
particularly disturbing and receiv-
ed nationwide attention.
306 anti-Semitic assaults
(such as beatings), threats and
Continued on Page 10-A
Mormon U. Building
Seen Threat to Israel
Bv KEVIN FREEMAN
NEW YORK (JTA) -
Israel has been warned of
the potential dangers in-
herent in allowing Brigham
Young University, the
educational arm of the Mor-
mon Church, to follow
through with the construc-
tion of a $15 million campus
on Mt. Scopus in Jerusalem.
"We are urging and we are try-
ing to call attention to the poten-
tial dangers inherent in this pro-
ject," said Malcolm Hoenlein, ex-
ecutive director of the Jewish
Community Relations Council of
New York, at a news conference
at the organizations'* head-
quarters here.
His remarks followed the
release of a document by the
JCRC's Task Force on Mis-
sionaries and Cults outlining what
it termed the "recent escalation of
both missionary and cult activities
in Israel." The list contained brief
outlines of the activities in Israel
of nine missionary groups and
four cults.
JULIUS HERMAN, chairman
of the Task Force and a former
chairman of the Conference of
Presidents of Major American
Jewish Organizations, told
reporters that the JCRC's efforts
seek to "sensitize" and inform the
Israeli public and government of
the activities of these
organizations.
Berman noted that the JCRC is
among the groups both in Israel
and in the U.S. that object to the
planned Mormon center opposite
the campus of Hebrew University.
"We have a right and we feel we
have the responsibility." Berman
said, to "sensitize both the Israeli
populace and Israeli government
Julius Berman
to facts that w.- .ire aware of that
we l>elieve they re not aware of."
The JCRC >aid that while of-
:ic.als for the Mormon t'hurch
assert the Israeli project "will not
i>e a center for missionary activi-
ty, documents clearly show other-
wise. Among those documents is a
training manual prepared by the
Mormons on how to proselytize to
Jews, and a Hebrew translation of
a major Mormon treatise."
ACCORDING TO Hoenlein. the
JCRC is urging that both sides
Israel and the Mormon Church
come to a resolution in order to br-
ing a halt to the controversy over
the Jerusalem center. But he cau
tioned that "We are not trying to
Continued on Page 11-A
In W. Germany
Did Giant Bank Benefit
From Nazi Slave Labor?
Anti-Semitism Adds to Bitterness .
$2 Million Compensation Approved
Page 7-A
. Page 8-A
LOS ANGELES (JTA)
The Simon Wiesenthal
Center has accused West
Germany's largest bank of
having benefitted from
slave labor used by leading
German industries during
World War II, and now
refuses to pay reparations
to surviving Jewish
claimants.
According to the Wiesenthal
Center, the Deutsche Bank,
whose chairman. Wilhelm Chris-
tian, has stated flatly it will not
help compensate Nazi-era slave
laborers, played a prominent role
in advancing the economic policies
and goals of the Third Reich. The
bank recenUy acquired the Flick
group of companies which include
Dynamit-Nobel. a major user of
Continued on Page 2-A
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U.S. Downplays Syria-Abu Nidal Connection
By DAVID FRIEDMAN
WASHINGTON -
A) The Reagan Ad-
inistration, while focusing
Libya's support for the
rist attacks on the
Rome and Vienna airports
Dec. 27, appears to be
downplaying any Syrian
involvement.
However, evidence emerged
over the weekend that the
members of terrorist Abu Nidal's
group who carried out the
atrocities came from a camp in the
Syrian-controlled Befcaa Valley of
eastern Lebanon | and went
through Damascus on their way to
Europe.
BUT SECRETARY of State
George Shultz said Sunday he was
"not able to say" to what extent
the Syrian authorities knew
anything in advance of the
Continued on Page IS-A
Frank-Joaef Strauss


Pag* 2-A The Jewiah FToridian/Fridiy, January 17, 1986
Reaganites Pushing Syria
Want Nidal Exit from Bekaa Valley
By DAVID FRIEDMAN
WASHINGTON 1JTA1
The Reagan Administra-
tion is urging Syria to expel
the Abu Nidal terrorist
group from the Syrian-
controlled Bekaa Valley in
Lebanon. "We are hoping
convince Syria to expel the
Abu Nidal group entirely."
State Department
spokesman Bernard Kalb
said.
Secretary of State George
Shultz. in an appearance Sunday
on CBS-TV > Face The Nation."
said that the members of the Abu
Nidai group which carried out the
attacks on the Rome and Vienna
airports Dec 27. came from
camps in the Bekaa Valley and
flew to Europe via Damascus I
he said he did not Know to what
extent the Syrian author
knew of the terrorist plan?
KALB STRESSED that the
Inited States does not plan to
take economic sanctions against
Syria as it has against Libya
which he noted is the leading
supporter of Abu Nidal."'
"Our primary aim is to induce
Did Giant W. German Bank
Benefit from Nazi Slave Labor?
Coatiaaed froai Page 1-A
Jewish concentration camp in-
mates during World War II
IN A RELATED development.
Rabbis Marvin Hier and Abraham
Cooper, dean and associate dean,
respectively, of the Wiesenthal
Center, sent a cable to Frani-
Josef Strauss, leader of the
Bavarian Christian Social Union
(CSl'i. a partner in the West Ger-
man coalition government,
demanding the "unequivocal cen
sure of Herman Fellner by you
and the leadership of all politica.
parties m Germany
Fellner. a spokesman or home
affairs for the CSl"> Bundestag
faction, created a furor iast week
when he remarked that the claims
on Deutsche Bank "create the im-
pressKMi that Jews are quio.
show up when money jingies in
'German cash-box
The Wiesenthal Center >fficials
told Strauss that Feime- om-
ments were "typical of the
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Germany in the '30s and '40s and
more in keeping with the tactics
perfected by the Nazi propaganda
minister (Joseph) Goebbels
and more appropriate for an
official of the Nazi Party in 1936
than of a democratically elected
one in 1986."
HIER AND COOPER urged
Strauss to use his influence to get
the Flick companies and the
Deutsche Bank to respond to re-
quests made by former slave
laborers They said the Wiesen-
thal Center joined the Central
Council of Jews in West German}
and other Jewish organizations :n
urging the payment of compensa
tion to surviving wartime slave
laborers bv Flick and Deutsche
Bank.
The Center pointed out that the
k corporation collaborated
with Hitler and acquired Jewish
panies confiscated by the
Nazis in their "aryanization" pro-
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Cabinet Agrees
Settlement With Egypt on Taba Seen in Offing
Friday, January 17, 1986/The Jewish Floridian Page 3-A
By DAVID LANDAU
JRUSALEM (JTA) -
Inner Cabinet has
in principle to settle
il's border dispute with
)t over Taba through
nng arbitration in the
:ess of which conciliation
also be tried.
formula, the key to an
Jl package aimed at improv-
[ Israel's strained relations with
Dt was vigorously pressed by
Imier Shimon Peres. He
liied at a 12-hour marathon
ion of the 10-man Inner
net (five Labor and five Likud
sters) which began at night
ended at dawn Sunday,
riously. the Inner Cabinet had
deadlocked.
!RES PROMPTLY telephon-
(President Hosni Mubarak in
to inform him that the way
been cleared for arbitration,
method insisted upon by
>t. Peres told reporters after-
ls that the decision finally
d by the Cabinet's top
Icy-making forum would
?rse the process of deteriora-
in relations between Israel
K>rypt.
also apparently saved the
i>nth-<>ld Labor-Likud unity
lit ion government from
>lution. Peres had made clear
*as prpared to end the part-
lip if Likud continued to balk
He formula which is a conces-
to Egypt but at the same time
KTM the conciliation option
inded by Likud.
sputy Premier and Housing
lister David Levy, one of the
mgest voices in Likud, also ex-
satisfaction with the deci-
He stressed to reporters,
rever, that the steadfastness of
Likud ministers ensured that
It he called "safety valves''
be built into the rapproche-
it process with Cairo, to make
the Egyptians live up to their
of the bargain.
IE AND other Likud
lesmen explained that the
eight months of the arbitra-
process would actually be a
of conciliation attempts
ig which the arbitrators
be empowered to propose
>romise formulas.
ey also stressed that Israel's
?ment to arbitration would
to be matched by a serious.
Iterrupted process of building
il. neighborly relations bet-
in Israel and Egypt. Most 1m-
it would be the return of the
jtian Ambassador to Tel
from where he was recalled
82. during the Lebanon war,
[genuine progress toward im-
ing trade, tourism and
I relations between the two
Ins.
ineoTtfter
< abin^Becretary Yossi Beilin
explaineo^ifter the meeting that
Israeli and Egyptian diplomats
will meet now to draft the terms
of reference for the arbitrators
and simultaneously work out
details of normalisation. He said
he hoped this process would take
no more than a few weeks.
THE ISRAELI diplomats are
Gen. (Res.) Avraham Tamir,
director general of the Prime
Minister's Office, and David Kim-
che, director general of the
Foreign Ministry. Both were in-
volved in the earlier talks with
Egypt which produced the for-
mula adopted by the Inner
Cabinet. Kimche is presently in
Greece for talks and is scheduled
to go on to Helsinki. The new
phase of talks with Egypt will pro-
bably await his return.
A leading Egyptian politician,
former Prime Minister Mustapha
Khalil. told the Israel Army Radio
in an interview, that Cairo viewed
the latest Cabinet decision as a
positive move that will be followed
by an improvement in relations
with Israel. Khalil. who is close to
Mubarak, said the Taba dispute
was the main bone of contention
between the two countries and
was largely responsible for the
coolness between them in recent
years.
Peres told reporters that the
prospect of a summit meeting bet-
ween himself and Mubarak was
"closer this morning than it was
last night." when the Inner
Cabinet convened for the crucial
meeting.
But the Egyptian Charge d'Af-
faires in Tel Aviv. Mohammed
Bassiouni. suggested that a sum-
mit was not yet in sight. He said,
after meeting with Peres and get-
ting the text of the Inner
Cabinet's decision, that the next
step would be for the two sides to
negotiate the terms of their
compromise.
ALTHOUGH HE. too. describ-
ed the Cabinet decision as
"positive." Bassiouni stressed
that it was just a stage on the road
to a comprehensive peace.
Analysts noted that this was an
expression that despite its con-
tinued peace with Israel. Egypt
has not deserted its commitment
to the Arab world to resolve the
Palestinian issue.
One of the key conditions
demanded by Likud and incor-
porated into the Cabinet decision
was, in Levy's words, the removal
of the presence of terrorism in
Egypt and Egypt's ironclad com-
mitment not to assist or en-
courage terrorists. Likud had
demanded originally that Egypt
eject Palestinian Liberation
Organization representatives
from Cairo.
Chief Rabbinate Gives Okay
To Human Skin Repository
JERUSALEM (JTA) The Chief Rabbinate has
lly relented and agreed to allow the Health Ministry to
iblish a "human skin repository" for transplants in
ts of persons suffering severe burns. It will be located at
lassah Hospital in Jerusalem, under the supervision of
Israel Defense Force chief medical officer and the chief
)lain.
THE LACK of a skin bank in Israel was brought to
>lic attention last March when hospitals were forced to
[in skin from abroad to save the lives of several soldiers
suffered third degree bums in a terrorist car bombing
)uth Lebanon. Twelve soldiers were killed and 14 badly
led.
The chief source of.skin for transplant is cadavers. For
nous reasons, the rabbinate bans autopsies. The skin
organs of deceased persons are thus not available for
isplants.
But specific reference to the
PLO apparently was deleted.
Peres had argued earlier that
Egypt could hardly be asked to
oust the PLO when the PLO main-
tained office in many Western
European capitals.
Levy also listed Israel's long-
standing demand that the Cairo
media desist from its scathing and
often crude attacks on Israel. An
Israel Radio reporter's telephone
calls to Cairo elicited a less than
favorable response on that point.
The reporter was told i>y Egyp-
tian officials that the Israeli media
was far from free of strong at-
tacks in Egypt, but Egypt never
asked Israel to muzzle its press.
BUT SUCH matters are ex
pected to resolve themselves if. as
Peres contends, a settlement over
Taba will lead to a settlement of
all other bilateral issues in a
speedy and friendly manner. The
latter was the primary aim of
Peres and his Labor Party col-
leagues who were inclined to be
flexible on arbitration. They con-
sider Taba. a tiny sliver of beach
on the Red Sea without strategic
or economic value, not worth an
ongoing and widening breach with
Egypt.
Likud leader Yitzhak Shamir,
who is Foreign Minister and
Deputy Premier, held out for con-
ciliation with arbitration only as a
last resort. Shamir argued that ar-
bitration, because it is a quasi-
legal process, would only exacer-
bate tensions with Egypt whereas
conciliation, less formal, would
not have such an effect.
THE 1979 Israeli-Egyptian
peace treaty provided for both
processes to settle disputes that
cannot be resolved by bilateral
diplomacy. Arbitration is binding
and both sides must agree to ac-
cept the decision of the arbitrator
as final. Conciliation, essentially a
compromise between rival claims,
can be effective only if both par-
ties voluntarily live up to the com-
promise agreements.
These are essentially legalistic
matters. The differences between
Labor and Likud ran much deeper
and were more of a philosophical
nature. Labor was prepared to
yield on some matters in exchange
for better relations with Egypt.
Likud believes in standing tough.
making no concessions.
The Inner Cabinet session was
reported to have been one of the
stormiest between the coalition
partners, marked by loud, hostile
exchanges between Labor and
Likud ministers. At several junc-
tures, the meeting was adjourned
temporarily to allow tempers to
cool.
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Page4-A The Jewish Floridian/Friday, January 17, 1986
Too Few Give
In Support of Needy
We are now in the midst of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation's United Jewish
Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund/Project
Renewal-Or Akiva Campaign. The 1986
campaign, like those preceding it, is an um-
brella drive for funds that benefits many
other Jewish agencies in our community.
Important to remember is that through
one service or another, the Federation cam-
paign helps more than one-third of Dade
County Jewry. Furthermore, a single gift to
the campaign benefits 30 national and
overseas agencies which provide aid in the
United States, in Israel and in 32 foreign
countries, including many Moslem countries
where Jews live today in fear or hunger. Or
both.
But how many people know that of the
quarter of a million Jewish residents in
Dade, only 12 percent are contributors to
the Federation campaign? How many know
that last year Federation was unable to fund
60 very worthwhile human service programs
for lack of funds? These included help for a
group of educable, mentally-retarded teens,
additional in-home services for Jewish elder-
ly, teachers for early childhood Jewish
education, and therapy for Alzheimer's
disease patients.
More Effort Needed
These are facts. Painful, frustrating, at
the core of profound disappointment that
Federation and its leadership feel because
they were not able to accomplish more last
year in their humanitarian endeavor. But
facts nevertheless.
The 88 percent of Dade's Jewish communi-
ty who have failed to contribute to a Federa-
tion campaign didn't do so for lack of infor-
mation. In fact, a demographic study con-
cludes that the majority of our community's
non-givers explained that they did not make
a contribution because they had never been
asked to do so.
This is another fact. Also painful,
frustrating and at the core of profound
disappointment of the 12 percent who have
been giving.
This means that more effort must be made
to reach them personally. They must be
made to understand that although many of
Federation's annual campaigns are able to
provide help for countless individuals in
many different ways, last year the Federa-
tion was unable to provide for the 60 wor-
thwhile programs we have already mention-
ed because there was not enough money
available and that their gifts would have
made a profound difference.
If the 1986 campaign theme of "One Peo-
ple One Destiny" is to mean anything at all,
then these people must be reached. They
must be brought into the fold of Dade Coun-
ty Jewry's humanitarian giving.
And, in addition to making donations to
the campaign, they must be made to
recognize that it is important for them to
give their time, as well.
Phonathon An Opportunity
The largest effort on behalf of the 1986
CJA-IEF campaign will be held on Super
Sunday, Feb. 2, in the form of a massive an-
nual phonathon in which more than 2,000
volunteers join together in a statement of
fJewish Floridiar*
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community solidarity. On Super Sunday, in
a statement of community solidarity, they
will help place telephone calls to more than
30,000 Dade County Jews on behalf of the
campaign.
And, during the week thereafter, these
volunteers will be making an additional
30,000 calls to reach, among others, those
among us who, the demographic study told
us, have never been asked before.
Let the battle in the cause of human need"
be joined. Let that 88 percent be reduced in
their ranks. Let the ranks of the volunteers
and the givers swell with the arrival of these
newcomers.
Let us not be able to say again that our
community's Federation drive could not
fund 60 worthwhile programs last year to
benefit the needy among us. For to whom
else should our brothers and sisters have to
turn for help?
Speak Up for Murzhenko
A person of moral integrity is one thing that
repressive regimes cannot tolerate. Persons of
moral integrity behind the Iron Curtain wind up in
isolation imprisoned in mental hospitals or even
worse. Not only do they find it difficult under these
circumstances to continue serving as a beacon of
hope for others, but their isolation makes it
depressing and destructive of the independence of
spirit that brought them to their fate in the first
place.
That is, after all. what the repressive regime in-
tended for them from the beginning.
But we can be the sources of strength to such
souls in travail and under the heel of their op-
pressors. Let us speak out for the release of Soviet
Prisoner of Conscience Aleksei Murzhenko.
Murzhenko is now 42 years of age. He suffers
from tuberculosis', ulcers and other physical
damage for which the Soviets are to blame. It is
they who are to blame. It is they who have inflicted
half a lifetime of imprisonment upon him.
During the 1960s, Murzhenko served six years in
prison for political activity. Subsequently denied
entrance to foreign language institutes and
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employment as an interpreter, his qualified profes-
sion. he attempted to leave the USSR in 1970
Result* Another 14 years of punishment in prisons
and slave labor camps.
In 1985. he was arrested and jailed, and in 0c-
tober. Murzhenko was sentenced to two more
years in a gulag. His crime? He violated his ex
prisoner's curfew in visiting his hospitalized wife
after the death of their baby son.
How do we support Murzhenko? Let him know he
i.~ not isolated. Send messages to President
Reagan. Secretary of State Shultz. our Florida
Senators Lawton Chiles and Paula Hawkins our
congressmen, including Rep. Dante Fascell. who is
chairman of the House Foreign Affairs Committee
And don't forget Ambassador Anatoly Dobrynin
at the Soviet Embassy in Washington and Am-
bassador Oleg Troyanovsky at the I'nited Nations
in New York.
And lest he be left out. do not forget, either.
Secretary General Mikhail Gorbachev at the
Kremlin in Moscow. Speak up. Soviets don't like it
when we speak up There's no better reason than
that to do so. After the solace we offer to Aleksei
Murzhenko and his wife. Luba. for letting the
Soviets know how we feel.
Martin Luther King, Jr.
U.S. Jews. Israel Will Mark His Birthday
, -n o-.*
Friday. January 1". 1986
Volume 69
7 SHEVAT 5746
Number 8
By KEVIN FREEMAN
NEW YORK
President Chaim Herzog of
Israel has announced that in
recognition of the first
celebration Dr. Martin
Luther King Jr., January
20, 1986, will be Dr. Martin
Luther King Jr. Day in
Israel.
The Israeli Knesset will pay
tribute to the slain civil rights
leader by holding a special after-
noon session in his honor, which
will be opened by the Speaker of
the Knesset. It will be followed by
a reception for government of-
ficials, dignitaries, diplomats and
other leaders in the Knesset's
Chagall Hall.
IN ADDITION, schools and
universities in Israel are expected
to commemorate that day with
special programs which will take
note of King's life and works.
Other activities being planned in
Israel include the naming of a
street for King in Jerusalem and a
ceremony at the Dr. Martin
Luther King Jr. Memorial Forest
in the Galilee, near Nazareth.
Israel's Embassy in
Washington, meanwhile, together
with the Martin Luther King Jr.
Federal Holiday Commission, the
Jewish National Fund, the Inter-
national Association of Official
Human Rights Agencies and the
American Israel Friendship
League, will host a special com-
memoration on Wednesday
This will be the second con
secutive year in which such an
event will be held at the Embassy
I prominent Americans joined with
Israeli citizens to honor King
Leading figure from the black.
Jewish and general communities
have been invited to attend this
year's commemoration.
SEVERAL American Jewish
organizations have undertaken or
called for. various activities in
order to honor King, who had long
been a vocal supporter of the
Jewish State. Jewish people,
Zionism, Soviet Jewry and other
causes of concern to the Jewish
community.
"I see Israel.'' King declared
just 10 days before his assassins
tion in 1968. "and I never mind
saying it. as one of the great
ouposts of democracy in the
world, and a marvelous example
of what can be done, how desert
land can almost be transformed
into an oasis of brotherhood and
democracy. Peace for Israel
means security and that security
must be reality
The American Jewish Congress
will mark Kings birthday with an
exhibit in the main lobby of its
headquarters here of photographs
and statements, that will include
King's views on various aspects of
black-Jewish relations. Israel.
Soviet Jewry, anti Semitiam and
joint black-Jewish efforts toward
civil rights.
IN PHILADELPHIA, the Ger
mantown Jewish Center will be
the site for an interfaith and inter
racial program involving 28 Nor
thwest Community groups that
have joined to sponsor, "Living
the Dream The Legacy of Dr
Martin Luther King Jr" The
tribute is being held for the third
consecutive year in Northwest
Philadelphia.
The program, scheduled for
Sunday afternoon, will feature a
dialogue between Dr John
Raines, associate professor of
Religion at Temple I'niversity.
and Sonia Sanchez, a poet and
author who is associate professor
of English at Temple I'niversit)
There will also be. among others.
a presentation by Susannah
Heschel. daughter of Rabbi
Avraham Heschel. who was a
close associate of King
B'nai B'rith International Presi-
dent Gerald Kraft, this week call
ed on the organization's m'mt>er
ship to "participate in or initiate
programs commemorating the
achievements of King. Krai: said
that King "sought to fulfil: the
American dream of equality f >r all
. King remains an inspiration to
people everywhere."
MEANWHILE, the American
Jewish Heritage Committ.f ap-
pealed to synagogues throughout
the nation to designate Jan I'M*
or Jan. 24-25 as "Martin Luther
King Sabbath" and "to religiously
celebrate Dr. King's biruicu).
recall his legacy to his peoplr and
to all Americans, and reaffirm
black-Jewish relations."
Heritage Committee President
Rabbi William Berkowitz has sent
to some 3.000 Conaervstiv.- Or
thodox and Reform rabbis a sam-
ple sermon, program ideas and
suggested prayers and resp<>'
readings that could be used on the
designated Sabbaths.
The materials include an array
of projects that synagogue:- can
undertake to help carry on King *
work.


Friday, January 17, 1986/The Jewish Floridian Page 6-A
Yiddishists Welcomed A t German Conference
By RICHARD
VON WEIZSAECKER
Forty years after the end
^f the war, Germanists from
countries have gathered
Germany for the first
^ime. We know why you did
>t come before.
During the years of Hitler's
rich, your predecessors and
>me of you too had to endure
rid suffer from the enormous con-
rt resulting from the country
lose language and culture they
^ed, to which they had dedicated
pir work, even their lives, hav-
become representative of
liat they had to fear and struggle
linst.
[BUCHENWALD was close to
Ettersberg from which Goethe
often gazed over the Thur-
lan landscape. His language.
language of Martin Luther
Friedrich Holderlin. of Karl
irx and Thomas Mann, of Hugo
?n Hofmannsthal and Sigmund
Ireud. was misused and
iltreated by monsters and
iminals.
I In those years. non-German
liversity teachers of the German
nguage and German literature
erienced and. like their
>ils. have never again forgotten
how the very country which had
iren Kant's "On Eternal Peace"
Lessing's "Nathan" now com-
tted the crimes of Guernica,
tventry. Leningrad, and
chwitx.
hey experienced how the Na-
Socialists laid claim to this
mtry's great spiritual legacy,
iloying it as grist for their mills
[death.
raOSE WIELDERS of power
burned and suppressed the
orks of Jewish and politically
rrihed writers, critics, and
olars. driving their authors in
exile or bringing about their
ence and death, then also at
ripted to present Schiller or
Bist as Hitler's precursors and
nrades inarms. To the dismay
I people watching from outside.
Nazis found an army of
lowers in German speaking
ntries and not just among
nless citizens but also among
nters and theatre people.
bong critics and journalists, and
bong professors of German and
chers of the language.
Lmid the murderous uproar of
chauvinistic cultural revolu-
Federal Republic President Richard von Wexzsaecker gave
an impressive speech before the World Congress of Ger-
manists at Gottingen, West Germany, last Aug. 26 during
which he welcomed the presence of Yiddish scholars and the
'strong and significant emphasis (that) is being put on Yid-
dish Studies here.' The magazine, 'Kultur Chronik.'
published in Bonn by Inter Nationes, featured selected ex-
cerpts from President von Weizsaecker's address in a recent
issue. They are reproduced herewith.
1 am happy that strong
emphasis is on Yiddish
Studies' President Von Weizsaecker
tion. the voices of the shrewd and
the brave, the unwavering and the
non-conformist, who had remain-
ed in Germany and. subject to
state pressures based on violence,
could only speak quietly, secretly,
and allusively, were scarcely to be
heard any longer from the
outside.
TODAY WE know that is how
things were, even though there
also exists moving and splendid
testimony to the fact that many
people inside and outside the Nazi
state and not least exiled
teachers of German held fast at
that particular time to the great
works of German literature if they
did not want to abandon their
memories of another Germany or
their hopes of a better future.
Gottingen is a good place for a
congress like yours. History and
the present day make their con-
tribution too The Brothers
Grimm, founders of scholarship,
worked here in Gottingen. They
achieved greatness as researchers
into culture and artists with
language, but they were also
and primarily great because
they recognized with total clarity
that a friend of the word is bound
by conscience to truth.
When the King of Hanover
wanted to force them to break
their oath to the constitution.
Jacob Grimm responded with
those beautiful words with which
you are all familiar: "If scholar-
ship is no longer allowed to have a
conscience here, it must seek
another home."
YOU WHO are our guests here
today in turn provided German
Studies with a home in your coun-
tries during the 12 bad years. You
protected that German spirit
which is worthy of all honor,
knowing how to distinguish it
from barbarism.
How difficult that probably
often was! I thank you for that
with all my heart.
I am particularly happy about
the fact that Yiddish scholars are
taking part in this congress, and
that such a strong and significant
emphasis is being put on Yiddish
Studies here. For a German it is
profoundly consoling to think that
you are ready to come together
with German scholarship once
again.
Gratitude for that mainly spr-
ings from the conscience, not
from the intellect. It would be
good if this congress were to con-
tribute towards even greater
dissemination of the great Yiddish
writings in Germany since the
spirit, tradition, and humanity of
a great part of European Jewry
are preserved and continued to
exist in that literature.
GRIEF ABOUT what happened
will become more true and pro-
found through having en-
countered the intellectual and
spiritual wealth of the literature.
After a period of excessive over-
rating of German culture, there
has also been a tendency in this
country in recent decades towards
underestimation of our spiritual
traditions. That sometimes took
on a degree of confusion, and. in
my opinion, is almost as wrong as
its opposite. A love of what is
foreign that is not founded on love
of one's own culture is just as
unacceptable as a love of national
traditions which fails to develop
understanding within ourselves
for what is not German.
The German language contains
sentences of the greatest beauty
and purity which could only be ex-
pressed in such a way in German
as there are sentences of
similar standing in the world's
other languages which could only
be shaped in those particular
languages. German culture also
opens up to the foreigner a rich
realm of culture, knowledge of
which expands his horizons and
grants him spiritual joy.
To whom am I saying that? For
you, Germanists from other coun-
tries, this joy was probably an im-
portant reason for your choice of
profession. Your sympathy for
and interest in what constitutes
the foundations of our cultural ex-
istence fills us with gratitude.
YOU KNOW more about us
than many Germans know about
themselves. You pass judgment
with what is often a salutarily
greater degree of detachment
than we do ourselves, with fewer
Continued on Page 12-A
Optimism in Israel
Tennis Moving into the Big-Time

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ir Perkis, tS, Israel's second-ranked tennis player,
ttraUs his skill at the Ramat Hasharon Tennis Center.
By SIMON GRIVER
There is an atmosphere of
optimism in Israeli tennis
circles today. It prevails
despite the fact that the
Israeli national tennis squad
was beaten in the final of its
Davis Cup tennis zone for
the second year running,
thus missing promotion to
the elite league of the
world's 16 most powerful
tennis nations.
Dr. Ian Froman, executive
director of the Israel Tennis
Centers, remains confident that
next year Israel will make it third-
time lucky in winning promotion.
"Time is on our side," he says.
"We have young players who can
only improve. And the country as
a whole is a young tennis nation.
Ten years ago, hardly anybody in
Israel was playing tennis. Stan-
dards can only improve, produc-
ing even better stars."
ALL THE SAME, the present
crop of stars has proven itself in
the international arena. In 1984,
Israel reached the final of its
Davis Cup European Zone only to
lose by a whisker, three games to
two, against the Soviet Union in
Ruaaia. Reaching the final again
in 1986, Israel was drawn away to
Its four-to-one defeat was
closer than the score suggets. and
Israel was also hampered by being
forced to play on grass, conditions
that suited the home team's taste.
Israel's senior David Cup racket
is Shlomo Glickstein. Although
the veteran player has slipped
down the world rankings to the
lower one-hundreds, this does not
denote loss of form but a decision
to spend more time at home in
Ashkelon with his wife and newly-
born baby. Indeed Glickstein has
lost only two Davis Cup matches
,in the past two years, and he
recently won his ninth successive
Israeli championship, beating
local players who are higher than
him in the world rankings.
Israel's number two racket is
now 23-year old Shahar Perkis
from Haifa. Perkis is ranked 60th
in the world and would un-
doubtedly have been higher had
he not suffered from ill health
(never adequately diagnosed) for
several months.
SOON LIKELY to overtake
Perkis in the world standings is
Amos Mansdorf, currently
number 80. Mansdorf recently
celebrated his 20th birthday by
reaching the final of the Nabisco
Grand Prix Tennis Classic at
Ramat Hasharon near Tel Aviv,
where he was beaten by American
Brad Gilbert, the world's number
14.
Mansdorf grew up in Ramat
Hasharon as did 18-year-old Gilad
Bloom, now ranked 190 in the
world. Both are products of the
Ramat Hasharon Tennis Centers'
training program, which selects
the finest young players from
around Israel for intensive tennis
programs.
But perhaps the Israel Tennis
Centers are most famous for the
manner in which they have used
tennis to enhance urban renewal
programs. While tennis is a snob
sport in most countries. Tennis
Centers in Israel have been con-
structed in disadvantaged
neighborhoods and training pro-
grams have been used, not only to
teach local youngsters tennis, but
Continued ea Page 12-A
game is used to enhance
urban renewal programs
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Page 6-A The Jewish Floridum/Friday, January 17, 1986
U.S. Arab Lobbyists
Try To Revive Old 'Spy Case'
By JUDITH KOHN
WASHINGTON (JTA)
Against the background
of recent tensions over
alleged Israeli spying ac-
tivities in the United States,
a pro-Arab lobbying group
is boosting its long-standing
efforts to revive an old es-
pionage case against a
senior member of the
Department of Defense.
A Justice Department in-
vestigation was undertaken in
1978 to explore the possibility of
espionage charges against Steven
Bryen. then a senior aide to the
Senate Foreign Relations Com-
mittee, after former director of
the National Association of Arab
Americans (NAAA), Michael
Saba, claimed he overheard Bryen
offer secret Pentagon documents
to an Israeli Embassy official at a
Washington hotel.
THE INVESTIGATION was
dropped two years later after
Justice Department reported that
it had failed to find conclusive
evidence of espionage activity.
Maintaining that the case
against Bryen. who was subse-
quently appointed Assistant
Deputy Secretary of Defense for
Economic Trade and Security
Planning in the Reagan Ad-
ministration, had been closed
prematurely and under pressure.
the NAAA has been trying to get
the case reopened for some time.
But the auspicious atmosphere
created by the recent string of
israel spay scandals" in-
cluding the case of Jonathan
Pollard and a subsequent in-
vestigation into the possible il-
legal sale to Israel of military
technology for improving cannon
barrels, the lobbying group has
begun to push its case into the
public eye.
An article by David Shipler that
appeared on the front-page of the
New York Times late last month,
describing a heightened concern
in U.S. agencies over intelligence
leaks to Israel, recounted much of
the case against Bryen conveyed
at an NAAA conference here.
NAAA, which lobbies against
U.S. economic and military aid to
Israel, announced its release of a
180-page report by a Washington
law firm which it said cor-
roborates its claims that the
Bryen case wasclosed premature-
ly and under pressure and that the
Assistant Deputy Secretary
should never have been given a
top-secret security clearance.
NAAA executive director David
Sadd said the report had been for-
warded to the "appropriate over-
sight authorities" in the Justice
and Defense Departments and to
the House and Senate Judiciary
and Armed Services Committees,
from whom they requested an in-
vestigation into the manner in
Longtime UJA Leader Zuckerman
Passes Away in Detroit at 73
DETROIT (JTA) Paul
Zuckerman, a long-time leader in
philanthropic endeavors on behalf
of Israel, its education institu-
tions, and world Jewry, died here
of cancer at the age of 73. Ser-
vices were held last Friday-
Known for his boundless energy
he logged 250.000 miles a year
in his fund-raising work Zucker-
man once said, "How can you get
tired when there is so much to do
and so little time to do it?"
Zuckerman served as president
of the United Jewish Appeal,
1975-76. its general chairman.
1972-74. and chairman of the
Israel Emergency Fund in 1967.
He was also treasurer of the
United Israel Appeal, and chair-
man of the World Fund-Raising
Committee of the reconstituted
Jewish Agency.
Other Jewish organizations for
which he served as an officer in-
cluded the American Jewish Joint
Distribution Committee (JDC).
the Jewish Agency, the American
Israel Public Affairs Committee,
the Jewish Telegraphic Agency,
and the Jewish National Fund.
In recent years, he increasingly
devoted himself to work on behalf
of various educational projects
and institutions. He served in
various official capacities for Ben
Gurion University, the Hebrew
University of Jerusalem.
American ORT Federation, Boys
Town Jerusalem, and A kirn, the
Israeli organization to benefit the
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which the Bryen case was pursued
and subsequently closed.
The report includes numerous
documents from the Bryen in-
vestigation obtained by the
NAAA under the Freedom of In-
formation Act. But Sadd accused
the Justice Department of
obstructing efforts by the law
firm to obtain all the documents it
has requested under the Act.
The Shipler article quoted John
Davitt. who headed the Justice
Department's Internal Security
Section at the time of the in-
vestigation, as saying he had ob-
jected to the appointment of
Bryen to an extremely sensitive
security post in the Defense
Department. Bryen's respon-
sibilities include the protection of
U.S. military technology from
foreign powers.
IN HIS interview with Shipler,
Davitt said he found it "difficult to
understand how anyone reading
this (Justice Department) file
could conclude well, this matter
was investigated and he was given
a dean bill of health and all of the
allegations were resolved in his
favor."
Davitt said that a suggestion by
some of the prosecutors handling
the case to have it brought before
a grand jury several years ago
was rejected by Philip Heymann.
who headed the Justice Depart-
ment's criminal division.
Pushing his case against Bryen.
before reporters. Sadd observed
that Bryen had been employed by
the American Israel Public Affairs
Committee and that his wife.
Shoahana. currently heads the
Jewish Institute for National
Security Affairs, a pro-Israeli
organization.
DEFENSE Department
spokesman Robert Prushka, told
the JTA that his department
regards the investigation of Bryen
as "fully closed," and the NAAA
report as "an old story in a new
wrapper." He maintained that
Bryen's background had been
thoroughly reviewed by the
Justice Department and that the
Assistant Deputy Secretary had
been cleared of all the allegations.
Bryen was recently promoted to
the post of Under-secretary of
Defense for Trade and Security
Policy.
(JTA/WZN Nwi Photoi
Leaders of Israel's Christian communities, including the Mor-
mons, attend a reception for the New Year given at Beit Hanasst
(the President's Residence) in Jerusalem. Left to right are Daiid
GoJbraith. president of Israel's tiny Mormon community, Teddy
Kollek, Mayor of Jerusalem; Israel s President Chaim Herzog.
and Minister of Religious Affairs. Dr. Yosef Burg.
Austrian Police Try To Track Down
Alleged Leader of El Al Attack
By REINHARD ENGEL
VIENNA (JTA) -
Austrian police are trying to
track down the alleged
leader of the three-man ter-
rorist gang that attacked
the El Al counter at Vienna
airport Dec. 27, killing two
persons and wounding 29.
One of the three was killed and
two were wounded and captured
after a police chase. But the
"fourth man." said to have given
the others their orders, is at large
According to a television report
last week, the authorities are in
possession of a forged Tunisian
passport in the name of Ali Ben
Bechim. 28. bearing a photograph
of the wanted terrorist.
INQUIRES HAVE established
that he entered Austria on Dec.
22, travelling; from Damascus via
Budapest. He spent the following
days at various hotels in Vienna
and gave the others their instruc-
tions only hours before the airport
attack.
The four terrorists who
simultaneously attacked El Al
passenger facilities at Rome air-
port also earned forged^Tumsian
passports. They are believed to
have been provided by Libya
which recently expelled Tunisian
workers and seized their
passports.
But Foreign Minister Leopold
Gratz reiterated that Austria will
not join the United States in
economic sanctions against Libya
announced by President Reagai.
last week. Nevertheless. Austria)
authorities are trying to close
loopholes that have allowed tar
rorists unrestricted entry into the
country Gratz said that citizens of
certain countries he did not name
will in the future be required to
apply for a visa before entering
Austria.
The new rule will apply also to
diplomats from those countries
Austria and Tunisia have in the
past waived visa requirements to
allow for the free movement of
tourists between the two
countries.
Foreign Ministry sources said
they intend to cut down the size of
the large Libya Peoples Bureau
which serves the function of an
Embassy in Vienna. Critics have
repeatedly maintained that the
size of that representation was
out of proportion with the scope of
Austrian-Libyan relations
Recently, a shipment of weapons
intended for the Libyan Bureau
was halted by Vienna police.
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Anti-Semitism
Adds to Bitterness of Bank Dispute
Friday, January 17, 1986/The Jewish Floridian Page 7-A
By DAVID KANTOR
BONN (JTA) An
anti-Semitic canard by a
ranking member of the
Christian Social Union
(CSU), the Bavarian sister-
party of Chancellor Helmut
Kohl's ruling Christian
Democratic Union (CDU).
has added to the bitterness
surrounding Jewish efforts
to get the Deutsche Bank to
honor a reparations agree-
ment reached last year with
a company the bank recent-
ly took over.
Hermann Fellner, who heads
the Home Affaire Committee of
the CSU's Bundestag faction,
made clear that he thinks there is
neither legal nor moral obligation
for Deutsche Bank. West Ger-
many's largest hank, to pay
reparations to former Jewish
slave laborers used by major Ger-
man industries during World War
II.
HE ADDED in an interview
this week, that the claim on the
Deutsche Bank "creates the im-
pression that Jews are quick to
show up whenever money jingles
in German cashboxes.
His remarks infuriated the
Jewish community and drew the
ire of other Bundestag factions.
The Free Democractic Party
(FDP), a junior partner in Kohl's
coalition, demanded Fellner's
remarks. The opposition Social
Democratic Party (SPD) accused
the Bavarian rightwinger of ap-
Bonner Spoke At Sabbath
Services in Mass. Synagogue
Continued fro Page 1-A
outspoken criticism of Soviet
violations of human rights, in the
category of "prisoners of Zion."
He is considered by many
Israelis to be a "prisoner of Zion"
because of the help he has given
Jews who are unable to leave the
Soviet Union, she said
Sakharov's family are of the Rus-
sian Orthodox church.
BONNER. whose mother was
Jewish and father Armenian,
made clear she was not a believer
nor does she consider herself a
Jew "My upbringing gives me
deep respect toward all beliefs, all
religions, she said.
Sht is in the I'.S. for medical
treatment. The Soviet authorities
allowed her 90 days' leave to seek
r.atment in the West for eve and
heart ailments with thl proviso
that she would not talk with
reporters.
She CUM to Newton, a town in
western Massachusetts where her
-on. Alexei Semyonov ami
Needleman Elected
NEW YORK 0 Gitli
' ileman of New York City has
bell elected president of the
Women's Brand) of the Union of
Orthodox Jewish Congregations
of America, succeeding Nancy
Klein of Yonkers. NY
daughter. Tatiana Yankelevich.
live. She visited Congregation
Mishkan Tefila. a Conservative
congregation, at the invitation of
its rabbi. Richard Yellin. She
spoke from the pulpit. Her
remarks were translated by her
son.
IN EXPRESSING hope for
freedom for those refused exit
from the I'SSR. Bonner referred
to "My many personal friends,
like Anatoly Sharansky. I hope
will be reunited with their
relatives." She said she accepted
:he invitation to the synagogue
'specially l>ecause there is anti
Semitism in the world, I find it im
possible not to come to a
synagogue."
It was not clear whether her
public remarks violated the condi-
tions imposed by the Soviet
authorities, under threat that IM
would DOl M permitted to return
to the Soviet Union to rejoin her
husband. Rabbi Yellin permitted
journalists to l>e present but in-
Bated they did not take notes in
the ijraagogoe He excluded
Jewish"journalists in their pr
lional capacity because thej
would be violating the Sabbath by
working.
Bonner several
gifts, including a Bible in Russian
and Hebrew and beginning
grammar in Hebrew such m
Soviet Jew.- itudj clandestinely In
preparation to emigrate to Israel.
pealing to anti-Semitic prejudice
that sullied the memory of slave
laborers who died during the Nazi
regime.
The influential Frankfurter
Rundschau charged in an editorial
that Fellner was creating anti-
Semitic stereotypes for the
younger generation of Germans.
But Fellner stood by his remarks,
insisting it was "permissible for a
politician of my generation to
speak out on such issues."
HE EXHORTED Jews to be
"more sensitive" to the feelings of
Germans and warned that if
reparations were to be paid by
firms perceived to be successors
to those that used slave labor in
Word War II it would trigger a
wave of such claims.
The Deutsche Bank became in-
volved when it recently purchased
the Friedrich Flick group of com-
panies. The Flick group's holdings
included Dynamit-Nobel, whose
munitions and explosives factories
employed large numbers of
Jewish concentration camp in-
mates who worked under brutal
and dangerous conditions.
The Conference of Jewish
Material Claims Against Ger-
many, after prolonged negotia-
tions, reached an agreement with
Flick to provide 5-8 million Marks
in a one-time payment ot the sur-
viving claimants. The commit-
ment was not honored and
Deutsche Bank has refused even
to open negotiations.
ACCORDING TO its board
chairman, if there is a problem "it
is not ours but that of Mr. Flick."
the former owner of the private
holding company.
Last month Rabbi Israel Miller.
president of the Claims Con-
ference, called on Deutsche Bank
to "follow the example of several
leading German firms such as
Krupp. IG. Farben. Siemens, and
others who. some years ago.
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UNITED NATIONS (JTA) -
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The Lebanese-sponsored draft
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Page 8-A The Jewish Floridian/Friday, January 17, 1986
Bank Affiliate Agrees
Pays $2 Million in Compensation
By DAVID KANTOB
BONN (JTA) The
Flick group of companies, a
West German industrial
conglomerate, said it has
paid five million Marks, the
equivalent of $2 million, to
the Conference on Jewish
Material Claims Against
Germany to compensate
surviving Jewish slave
laborers used by one of its
subsidiaries, Dynamit-
Nobel, during World War
II.
This was confirmed in New
York by Saul Kagan, executive
director of the Claims Conference,
who said it culminated nearly 20
years of efforts on behalf of the
claimants. There are an estimated
1.000-1,300 surviving slave
laborers who were used by
Dynamit-Nobel.
The one-time payment was ap-
proved by Deutsche Bank. West
Germany's largest bank, which ac-
quired the Flick group last month
for $2 billion. It was described as a
"humanitarian" gesture. The
bank's board chairman. Wilhelm
Christian, had said earlier that the
bank was under no legal obliga-
tion to pay compensation to
former slave laborers.
BABBI ISBAEL MILLEB.
president of the Claims Con-
ference, said in a statement. "We
are pleased with the prompt
response by Deutsche Bank, and
we formally acknowledge the deci-
sion of Dynamit-Nobel to finally
provide a small payment to Jewish
slave laborers who toiled for
Dynamit-Nobel during the war."
The Flick group, founded by the
late Friedrich Flick and sold to
Deutsche Bank by his son.
Friedrich Karl, denied it had
utilised slave labor during the
Nan era. though it did profit from
the acquisition of Jewish com-
panies "aryaniied" by the Third
Reich. The group was dismantled
after the war but made a rapid
comeback during which it became
parent company of Dynamit-
Nobel.
The latter ran munitions and ex-
plosives factories near such con-
centration camps as Auschwitz.
Buchenwald and Gross Rosen,
utilizing camp inmates, mostly
women, under dangerous and
brutal conditions.
THE LOS ANGELES-baaed
Simon Wiesenthal Center, which
accused Deutsche Bank of having
benefitted from slave labor, ex
pressed satisfactio with the Flick
group's agreement to pay what it
called "a symbolic sum" to the
slave labor survivors. It applaud-
ed the Claims Conference for its
efforts "in pursuing this moral
issue" but expressed "deep disap-
pointment" that the Deutsche
Bank refused to acknowledge its
Price Index
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JERUSALEM (JTA) The
consumer price index rose by only
a quarter of one percent during
the last two weeks of December
after rising a half of one percent
during the first two weeks, accor-
ding to figures released by the
Central Bureau of Statistics.
The overall inflation rate for
December, due to be published
this week, is expected to be about
one percent and remain around
that level in January and
February.
obligation as a moral one.
Werner Nachmann, chairman of
the Central Council of Jews in
Germany, also expressed satisfac-
tion with Flick's payment. But the
German Jewish community re-
mains outraged by the anti-
Semitic slur of Hermann Fellner,
a ranking member of the Chris-
tian Social Union (CSU). who said
this week he saw no legal or moral
obligation to pay compensation to
Jewish slave labor survivors.
Fellner, whose party is the
Bavarian
wing of Chancellor Helmut Kohl's
ruling Christian Democratic
Union (CDU), suggested that the
claim for compensation "creates
the impression that Jews are
quick to show up whenever money
jingles in German cashboxes."
FELLNER. a right-winger who
has often accused the government
of being "over-sensitive" to
Israel, has refused to retract his
remarks despite admonitions from
members of his own party.
Israel's Ambassador to Bonn,
Yitzhak Ben An. said "Fellner
should be ashamed of himself for
having stooped to use expressions
familiar from the worst days of
the Nazi era."
Heinz Galinski, chairman of the
West Berlin Jewish community,
called on Chancellor Kohl to take
a clear stand on the issue. He said
he was shocked to learn that
Fellner is only 35 born five
years after the end of the war and
the collapse of the Third Reich.
Israel, Britain May Soon Sign
Joint $50 Million Research Fund
By DAVID LANDAU
JERUSALEM (JTA) Israel and Britain may soon
set up a $50 million joint research fund for scientific
research.
Sir David Phillips, chairman of the advisory board of
the British Research Councils, the British government's
foremost science adviser, said here that he would "warmly
recommend" increasing Britain's scientific cooperation
with Israel.
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week." Until now, Anglo-Israeli scientific cooperation has
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year.
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Friday, January 17, 1986/The Jewish Floridian Page 9-A
AMSTERDAM (JTA)
The Dutch authorities
have ordered un-
precedented security
measures to protect
American, Israeli and
Jewish buildings and other
establishments throughout
The Netherlands from possi-
ble terrorist attacks.
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ministries ordered the strong
measures in urgent telex
messages to all provincial gover-
nors and attorney generals after
receiving reports from reliable
sources abroad that Americans,
Israelis and Jews in general have
been targeted by terrorists.
SIMILAR precautions have
been taken in Norway, Sweden
and Denmark following warnings
from Interpol, the international
police information clearing house.
Sven-Ake Hjalmroth, head of the
Swedish security services, said
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very seriously indeed.*'
He said it referred specifically
to Jewish and Israeli institutions
and installations. Swedish of-
ficials said the threat was
presumably from the Abu Nidal
terrorist network known to have
carried out the fatal attacks on El
Al passenger facilities at the
Rome and Vienna airports Dec.
27.
In The Netherlands, heavily
armed police and gendarmerie
were highly visible near dozens of
American and Israeli institutions.
Embassies, travel bureaus, airline
offices, schools and even at
restaurants owned or frequented
by Jews. Israelis or Americans.
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Page 10-A The Jewish Floridian/Fridmy, January 17, 1986
Florida Fourth Highest
But ADL Notes Decline in Anti-Semitic Attacks
Continued from Page 1-A
harassments (such as abusive
mailings and telephone calls)
against Jews and Jewish proper-
ty, a 17 percent decrease, from
369 in 1984.
FLORIDA'S 47 incidents of
vandalism in 1985 were a slight
decrease from the 51 incidents
recorded in 1984. Reported in-
cidents included 7 synagogue van-
dalisms, gun shots fired at a
Jewish Federation building in
South Flonda and recurring acts
of anti-Semitic graffiti at the
building site of a Jewish Com-
munity Center in Broward
County.
There was a more significant
decrease in the state in the
number of "assaults, threats and
harassments." totalling 13 in1985
compared to 25 in 1984.
Arthur Teitelbaum. ADL's
Southern Area director, said that
the decrease in the total number
of incidents in Florida was "a
positive trend, though still deeply
troubling, because each occur-
rence involves trauma for the vic-
tims and serves as a reminder of
the challenges we still face from
bigotry and discrimination."
Perlmutter pointed out that the
new findings reflect a general
five-year downward trend, inter-
rupted by a small increase in 1984.
He called the current statistics
"encouraging" and said they were
moat likely the result of stricter
legislation, vigorous law enforce-
ment and increased educational
programs.
He added, however, that while
the audit is "a useful yardstick for
measuring one aspect of anti-
Jewish hostility in the United
States, there are other manifesta-
tions of anti-Semitism."
HE SINGLED out the
following:
The criminal conspiracy laun-
ned by "The Order." a neo-Nazi
group committed to overthrowing
he government which it declares
is Jewish controlled. Ten of its
members were convicted by a
Federal Court in Seattle in
December (11 others had earlier
pleaded guilty I fur crimes commit-
ted in 1984. including the murder
f Alan Berg, a Jewish talk show
host in Denver, and a synagogue
Gibing in Idaho
The activities of such other
rganized nght-wing anti-Je*
hate groups as the Ku Klux Klan.
the Posse Comitatus and the I den
Church movement, which
(xse continuing dangers despite
declining membership.
The propaganda of Liberty
Lobby and Lyndon LaRouche's
organization, even though both
anti-Semitic groups suffered
significant setbacks in 1985 due to
defeats in lawsuits Liberty Lob-
by lost its suit against William F.
Buckley for calling it anti-Semitic:
LaRouche lost his suit against
NBC and ADL for defamation.
The collaboration of extreme-
left organizations in attacking the
most basic concerns of Jews
regarding the security of Israel
The continuing anti-Semitic
rhetoric in the United Nations by
Saudi, Libyan. Jordanian and
other Arab delegates, ten years
after the passage of the resolution
equating Zionism with racism.
THE AUDIT was prepared by
the Research Department of
ADL's Civil Rights Division from
data gathered through the
monitoring activities of the
agency's 30 regional offices
around the country.
According to the audit. New
York and California were again
the states with the most van-
dalism incidents. New York had
199 as opposed to 237 in 1984:
California had 85 as oposed to 99
the previous year New Jersey
succeeded Maryland as the third
highest on the list and was one of
the few states with an increase. 74
as against 56, followed by
Florida's 47; Maryland. 38. down
31: Pennsylvania. 31. up 3; Il-
linois. 23. up 4: Massachusetts. 22.
up 2; Michigan. 14. up 7; Virginia.
14, up 5; Connecticut. 12. up 7:
and Minnesota. 11. down 4.
The remaining 22 states and the
District of Columbia each
reported fewer than 9 incidents.
ACROSS THE country, 78 per-
sons were arrested in connection
with 48 incidents in 1985. In 1984.
there were 84 arrests in connec-
tion with 51 incidents. The
League noted that the overwhelm-
ing majority of those arrested con-
tinued to be young people no older
than 20 years of age.
In addition to the convictions of
members of "The Order," ADL
highlighted two other instances of
particularly effective law enforce-
ment in 1985. One was the arrest,
trial, conviction and sentencing of
James Ellison, a leader of the anti-
Semitic group. The Covenant, the
Sword and the Arm of the Lord
(CSA), for various crimes in-
cluding a fire that destroyed the
Beth Shalom synagogue and com-
munity center in Bloomington.
Ind.
He received 20 years. The other
was the arrest and sentencing of
three teen-agers who drove a
bulldozer into the wall of Temple
Beth Shalom in Manalapan, N.J.
For this crime they were sentenc-
ed to jail terms ranging from 60
days to one year, ordered to make
financial restitutions and to per-
form community service while on
five-year probation after serving
their jail sentences.
THE AUDIT listed
chronologically, incidents of anti-
Semitic violence and harassment
which attracted widespread media
and public attention. They
included:
A pipe bomb explosion in a
synagogue in Northbrook. 111., a
suburb of Chicago, in April. The
same month, six teenagers were
arrested for spray painting anti-
Semitic graffiti on a Jewish school
in Cedarhurst, Nassau County.
N.Y. In a nearby town. Great
Neck, Nassau County, another
Jewish school suffered $125,000
in damage when it was attacked
by vandals who went on a fur-
niture smashing rampage;
In May. arson at the South
Baldwin Jewish Center in Nassau
County ignited hundreds of
prayer books and shawls. The
same month an apartment
building in Great Neck was defac-
ed with swastikas and threats
such as "we kill Jews" written
with feces.
In July, pipe bombs were
discovered at a San Francisco
synagogue and the home of a local
rabbi. In Denver, swastikas were
scrawled on the childhood home of
Golda Meir. the late Israeli Prime
Minister.
In August, the Milwaukee
Jewish Center and two other
Jewish-owned buildings were
defaced with swastikas:
On the eve of Rosh Hashanah
in September, vandals scrawled
slogans on a
anti-Sem
synagogue in Laurel, Md.;
In October, "Jews Must Die"
and "Hitler Youth" and other
slogans and swastikas were
painted on a public elementary
school building in Rockville, Md.'.
In November, a sign announc-
ing the future site of a synagogue
in Reston. Va.. was cut down after
having been defaced with
swastikas earlier in the year
THE REPORT noted that the
smashing of the windows of 2]
Jewish-owned shops in Br..,..,.
in November was not counted'in"
the audit as being anti-Semitic
since a Jewish man described u
having a "history of psychological
problems" confessed to the crime
The ADL audit includes a seven
year composite graph of the an
nual national totals of anti-Semitic
incidents, a state by stat.
breakdown of the current figures
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crime" statutes, some of them
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Mormon K Project
Cult Activities Called Threat to Israel
Continued froai Page 1-A
change the legal process" in
Israel.
"We're not trying to tell the
Knesset what do do," Hoenlein
said. "We're not telling Shimon
Peres what to do. We're alerting
them to the dangers that impact
on us and we believe impact on
Israel. It is out of our love for
Israel that we speak out."
The JCRC's Task Force said the
Mormon Church has 29,000 full-
time missionaries throughout the
world and that Mormons are com-
mitted toward spending two years
toward missionary activities.
"They have a right to do it."
Hoenlein said. "But we also have
a right to try and protect Jews
from that kind of influence."
AMONG THE other missionary
organizations and individuals ac-
tive in "large proportions in
Israel." according to the JCRC.
are:
The International Christian
Embassy, founded in 1973, as a a
means for the world Christian
community to express its concern
and support for Israel. The JCRC
said the ICE serves as an um-
brella organization for a number
of missionary groups in Israel, in-
cluding Voice of Hope Radio and
Bob Lindsay's Baptist Church.
Project Kibbutz founded in
the early 1970's by Art Carlson,
which works with the Tulsa Chris-
tian Fellowship headed by the
Oral Roberts University pro-
fessor. Charles Farah. The group
claims to work as kibbutz
volunteers to allow kibbutz
members free time. The Israeli
government has revoked the
group leaders' visas.
Beth Shalom, known as Mid-
night Call Ministries in the U.S.,
attempted to construct a $7
million hotel complex and conven-
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tion center in Gilo. This, the JCRC
said, was to serve as a front for
their world missionary head-
quarters. Adverse publicity forced
the proposal to be withdrawn.
Christian Broadcasting Net-
work, headed by evangelist Pat
Robertson, is the largest non-
commercial television network in
the world. Its proselytizing pro-
grams are now broadcast into
Israel and the Mideast. The JCRC
said the CBN is planning pro-
grams that will be directed toward
children.
Morris Cerullo, head of World
Evangelism, responsible for the
distribution of 25,000 Hebrew -
language New Testaments in
Israel, recently led a 500-person
mission to Israel to announce that
the end of the world is near and
that there is little time left to ac-
cept Jesus.
Jimmy Swagart, the
evangelist, is supported by the
First Assemblies of God Church,
and currently involved in pro-
selytizing activities in Israel.
Mike Evans, founded "Beth
Yeshua." a Hebrew Christian
group, which originally began its
activities at the State University
of New York at Stony Brook. He
is also founder of "Mike Evans
Ministries" whose sole purpose, is
to comfort "God's chosen people,"
according to Evans.
Jews for Jesus concentrates
its activities in Israel during the
summer months when there is an
abundance of tourists. They stage
concerts, plays and other events
all over Israel to attract converts.
THE JCHC also said there "has
been a significant increase in cult
activity within Israel." These
groups include:
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whose plans to construct a kibbutz
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Friday, January 17, 1986VThe Jewish Floridian Page 11-A
Egyptian Soldier Who Killed
7 Israelis Hangs Self in Prison
JERUSALEM (JTA) Reports from Cairo said the
Egyptian soldier recently sentenced to life imprisonment
for murdering seven Israeli tourists at Ras Burka in
eastern Sinai last Oct. 5 was found dead by hanging in his
room at the military hospital in Abbassiya, near Cairo.
THE REPORT SAID a military investigation has
begun into what appeared to be the suicide of 25 year-old
Suleiman Khater. The former law student, doing his re-
quired military service, machinegunned a group of Israelis
on the Sinai beach. The seven dead included four children.
He was sentenced by a military court on Dec. 28 but
was sent to the hospital for treatment of what was describ-
ed as a blood ailment. He had 60 days to file an appeal for a
reduced sentence. Family members who visited him at the
hospital were quoted as saying he was in good spirits and
not suicidal.
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Tennis Becoming Big Time
In Atmosphere of Israeli Optimism
Continued from Page 5-A
also to teach them discipline and
sportsmanship.
Blanche Blumberg, spokesper-
son for the Israel Tennis Centers,
reports that there are now eight
Tennis (enters around Israel with
a total of 84 courts. They are
located in Ramat Hasharon.
Jerusalem. Ashkelon. Haifa.
Kiryat Shmona, Arad. Pardes
Hanna and Jaffa. There are cur-
rently 4.000 children taking ten-
nis center courses and an addi
tional 4.000 attend the centers
through school-run programs. A
total of 70,000 children have pass-
ed through the centers since the
programs were implemented
seven years ago. Most of the
enters eere built with funds
from Project Renewal, the social
program financed by the Diaspora
to ftlfo ..: poverty in Israel's
underprivileged neighborhoods
IF THE emphasis of the Israel
Tennis Centers' agenda has in the
past concentrated on giving as
many children as possible a taste
of tennis, extra resources will now
be allocated for the country's
most talented youngsters. The
best potential players have always
been creamed off and sent to
Ramat Hasharon for intensive
instruction.
Now. extra facilities are being
Yiddishists
Welcomed
Continued from Page 5-A
prejudices or blinkers, with
greater sobriety and yet not
without affection for the object at
issue. You are passionately involv-
ed without always getting im-
mediately worked up. That is a
great help for us.
We shall thus have much to
learn from you and of course we
hope that you too can undergo ex-
periences here which will enrich
your picture of German literature,
culture, and the current situation.
That is proper and fitting too.
Culture demonstrates its vitali-
ty in its suitability for exchange.
Everyone who really absorbs a
foreign language, takes on the
sentences and verses of another
people, contributes towards
clearer recognition of the boun-
daries between human beings.
languages, nations, spheres of
culture and social systems so that
we get to understand these boun
surmount them.
constructed at Ramat Hasharon.
making it, in Froman's words,
"an Academy of Tennis A gym-
nasium will provide additional
training facilities, as Froman con-
cedes that, in general Israeli
players are not fit enough and
Og enough for competition at
the highest level. Also being built
at Ramat Hasharon are six new
courts, two of them of clay.
Meanwhile. Israel's tennis fans
are focusing their attention on
next year's Davis Cup. Israel is
top seed in its group and a strong
favorite to finally win through to
the top league, despite being
drawn away from home in every
round. Success, of course, breeds
success and the more victories
chalked up at the national level,
the harder youngsters will train in
to be stars in their turn.
Chemistry
Prizes Go To
2 Scientists
TEL AVIV (JTA) The
Wolf Foundation prize for
chemistry for 1986 is to be shared
by research scientists from the
I'.S. and Switzerland, the Foun-
dation announced here last week,
in the first report on the
prestigious prizes for this year.
Prof. Elias James Corey, of
Harvard University, and Prof.
Albert Eschenmooer, of the Swiss
Federal Institute of Technology in
Zurich, will share the $100,000
award. Eschenmoser is the first
Swiss recipient of the Wolf Prize.
They are being honored for
their outstanding research on the
synthesis, stereochemistry and
reaction mechanisms for the for-
mation of complex natural pro-
ducts, especially Vitamin B-12,
the announcement said.
The $12 million Wolf Founda-
tion was established in 1976 by
German-born Dr. Ricardo Wolf
who worked and lived for many
years in Cuba, which he
represented as Ambassador to
Israel, staying on here after his
friend. Fidel Castro, became the
Cuban leader. Wolf died in 1981.
The Israeli Minister of Educa-
tion and Culture serves as chair-
man of the Wolf Foundation
< '< uncil. and the prizes are award-
ed to the laureates by the Israeli
President at a May ceremony in
the Knesset.
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Synagogues, Household, Israel in U.S.
By MORTON I. TEICHER
| Synagogues of Europe: Ar-
chitecture. History, Meaning.
By Carol Herselle Krinsky.
Cambridge. Mass.: MIT Press.
1985. 457 pp. $50.
This over-sired book of architec-
tural history discusses and por-
trays synagogues in Europe. It is
divided into two unequal parts.
rhe first, shorter section tells
latwut the development of the
[synagogue, beginning in the year
170 when the Second Temple was
destroyed by the Romans. It in-
I eludes a chapter on ritual ar
'rangements the bimah, the ark,
| provisions for women and a
chapter on changes in European
.synagogues from antiquity to
[modern times. The 104 pages of
[this section are supported by 35
ps of notes.
The second section of the book,
labelled "Selected Examples."
discusses specific synagogues in
line different areas of Europe, ar-
ranged alphabetically from
Austria-Hungary and the Balkans
the United Kingdom. The
synagogues are described one by
one. accompanied by black and
[white photos, diagrams and a list
>f reference sources.
THE ACHIEVEMENT of
I Carol Herselle Krinsky in putting
I this book together is most im-
i pressive. She visited a number of
(important European organiza-
tions to make use of their archives
uid libraries. She appears to have
jn suited even the most obscure
fork that deals with the subject of
European synagogues.
Those who invest $50 to buy this
ok in order to learn about the
fiW*/ their grandparents at-
tnded in their East European
UftfJ will be disappointed because
he synagogues of that region
?ere of insufficient architectural
Jterest to warrant attention by
he author.
However, if you plan to tour
'?ntral or Western Europe, and
fou want to include places of
Jewish interest, this book will
identify them for you. It's far too
M and too heavy to carry as a
lide book, but it will make a nice
ddition to your coffee table col-
ection of Judaica.
low To Run A Traditional
Jewish Household. By Blu
Creenberg. New York:
Fireside Books, 1985. 525 pp.
$10.95 (paper back).
HI I GREENBERG has given
superb manual which does for
rish behavior and observance
it Benjamin Spock did for
?nts of the post-World War il
baby boom generation in guiding
them with respect to rearing in-
fants and children. Spook's book
was written in plain, down-to-
earth fashion and was chock full of
helpful information. Similarly.
Greenberg writes with charm,
with simplicity and with clear
directives. Both authors have ob-
vious love for the subject as well
as a wealth of knowledge.
Greenberg is the mother of five
children and the wife of one of the
country's leading modern Or-
thodox rabbis. Irving Greenberg.
affectionately known as "Yitz."
Her book is filled with tender and
loving references to her family
which provide a sense of genuine
authenticity to her guidance. She
practices in her own life all that
she prescribes about how to run a
Jewish household.
The thoroughness of
Greenberg's compendium is most
impressive. When she writes
about Shabbat. for example, she
specifies the regulations in con-
siderable detail, down to menus
for the three Sabbath meals, in-
cluding those for vegetarians. The
menus are backed by straightfor-
ward recipes in a valuable
appendix.
KASHRUT IS spelled out to the
extent of setting forth precisely
how and what to order in a non-
kosher restaurant. A sensitive
chapter particularizes the laws of
family purity. Five other chapters
tell about the Jewish way in
prayer and blessings, parenting
and education, dress, speech and
use of the mezuzah.
In part II, Greenberg considers
the ages and stages of life, in-
dicating how Orthodox Jews ap-
proach marriage, birth, abortion,
birth control. Bar and Bat Mitz-
vahs, divorce, death and mourn-
ing. Part III is devoted to the
Jewish holidays, explaining their
significance and giving a vivid ac-
count of the customs associated
with each one. Blessings and
prayers are included in Hebrew,
in transliteration and in English
translation.
GREENBERG writes for
modern Orthodox Jews,
acknowledging that ther are many
differences of opinion within that
group and allowing for individual
variations and interpretations.
For "born again" Jews, the book
gives "step-by-step descriptions
of how things are done." For Jews
who are not Orthodox, Greenberg
expresses the hope that her book
"will enlarge their sense of the
unlimited Jewish possibilities that
do exist."
Parents of the baby boom
generation found Spock's guide
book to be indispensable. In the
same way. Jews of all denomina-
tions will find Greenberg's guide
book a vital and essential
handbook.
Israel in America. By Jacob
Neusner. Boston: Beacon
Press. 1985. 204 pp. $14.95.
IN THE November 23. 1985
Jerusalem Post, Jacob Neusner is
taken to task for dismissing two-
thirds of Israel's population as
"empty of all Judaism." This ac-
cusation by Neusner is typical of
the outrageous statements which
he makes in "Israel in America."
For example, he says that being a
Jew in America means nothing
more than joining an organization
and paying dues. Jewish profes-
sionals, he says, are wholly
secular. Orthodox Jews move to
Israel because they don't like
American pluralism. Jewish com-
munities starve the institution of
Jewish learning. The Jewish com-
munity of America is committed
to non-sectarianism and so on and
so on. Neusner seems to make ex-
treme statements simply to get
attention.
Neusner has worked diligently
to get his viewpoint across. He
publishes countless articles and
then, as he has done in this book,
he gathers them together for
publication as a book. He is pro-
bably the most prolific writer in
Jewish life today. One critic said
that Neusner used to publish a
book a year. Now, he puts out an
average of a book a month.
While Neusner's work has ob-
vious problems of precision and
accuracy, some scholars call him
"positively brilliant." He is clearly
a controversial figure. "Israel in
America" can serve as an in-
troduction to his 100 books. It is a
mismaned, miscellaneous collec-
tion of disparate articles which
provide a sample of Neusner's
lively opinions on topics ranging
from affirmative action to South
Africa to Abraham Joshua
Heschel. His viewpoints in these
articles are often irritating and
disturbing but, to his credit, they
are rarely boring or dull.
Belgians Hold Arabs
BRUSSELS (WNS) Two
Arabs are being held by Belgian
police here as terrorist suspects.
The Belgian radio said the men
had planned an attack on the
Brussels airport. They arrived
here a day after the attacks on the
Rome and Vienna airports
Friday, January 17, 1986/The Jewish Floridian Page 13-A
After 11-Year Study
First Nuclear Power Station
In Negev Will Cost $2 Billion
TEL AVIV (JTA) The site of Israel's first nuclear
power station has been selected after 11 years of studies
and tests that cost $20 million. It will be located in the
Negev, just off the Beersheba-Nitzana road, according to
the chief engineer of the Israel Electric Corp., a state-
owned enterprise.
Negotiations for the purchase of a nuclear power reac-
tor are underway with possible suppliers in West Germany,
France, Canada and the U.S. But before the project can be
started, a political decision has to be made whether or not
to built the power station.
ONCE APPROVED, it will take a decade to complete
and will cost $2 billion. It would not be operational before
the year 2000 but would provide between 2,500 and 4,000
jobs during construction. Once operational, an estimated
350 employees would be required to run the plant.
Meanwhile, Israel will build two more conventional
coal-fired power-generating plants near Ashkelon, schedul-
ed for completion in 1990. One of the two existing plants in
Haifa and Hadera will be expanded.
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News in Brief
Catholic Auschwitz Plan 'Shocking'
ByJTA Wire Services
BRUSSELS European
Jewish communities are shocked
at a plan by Polish Catholic
Church officials to build a
Carmelite convent on the site of
the Auschwitz death camp where
more than two million Jews were
murdered by the Nazis during
World War II, the World Jewish
Congress reports. The WJC also
reported that at its request, the
Polish government will intervene
with church officials regarding
their plan.
Belgian Jews first learned of the
convent proposal when fund-
raising efforts for its buildng were
organized by a group called "Help
to the Church in Distress." which
works for the Roman Catholic
Church in Communist countries.
According to the Brussels even-
ing newspaper. Lt Sotr eight
Carmelite monks have been living
in Auschwitz since last May, in
preparation for the erection of a
convent there. The newspaper
reports that the convent would
symbolized "Love, peace and
reconciliation, witnessing the vic-
torious power of the cross of
Jesus. It will become a spiritual
fortress and the proof of the con-
version of apostates and those
who went astray in various
countrit-
Lawmaker Regrets Remarks:
Won't Issue Retraction
BONN Hermann Fellner. a
Bundenstag member of the
government coalition, has ex-
pressed regret for the
"misunderstanding" caused by
his slur on Jews seeking repara-
tions for former slave laborers of
the Nazi era. But the 35-year-old
rightwing politician, in a state-
ment issued over the weekend, did
not retract his remarks.
He alleged instead that the
furor they created was due to at-
tempts by the opposition in parlia-
ment to portray himself and his
party as anti-Semitic. Fellner is a
member of the Christian Social
Union (CSU), the Bavarian sister
party of Chancellor Helmut Kohl's
ruling Christian Democratic
Union (CDU).
Kohl and other prominent
leaders of the CDU and CSU ex-
pressed displeasure with Fellner's
canard but refused to condemn
him for it. The Bavarian lawyer,
who is Home Affairs spokesman
of the CSU's Bundestag repara-
tions creates the impression that
"Jews always show up when
money jingles in German
cash boxes."
Kreisky Defends Khadsfy;
Dispute Erupts in Vienns
VIENNA An angry dispute
has developed here over former
Chancellor Bruno Kreisky's
defense of Libyan leader Mosm-
mar Khadafy against charges that
he was a supporter of interna-
tional terrorism.
Kreisky, whose Socialist Party
still governs Austria, said in a
television interview recorded in
Paris, that he has "plenty of
reliable evidence that Khadafy
was not involved in this thing."
He was referring to the Dec. 27
simultaneous terrorist attacks on
Vienna and Rome airports in
which 19 persons were killed and
over 110 wounded. Khadafy has
been denounced by President
Reagan as an abettor of terrorism
and the U.S. has imposed
economic and legal sanctions
against Libya.
Josef Hoechtl, of the conser-
vstive opposition Austrian
Peoples Party, took strong issue
with Kreisky's remarks. The
former Chancellor, he said, "has
obviously lost completely, political
decency and taste."
Scotland's New State
Secretary Is Jewish
LONDON Malcolm Rifkind, a
39-year-old lawyer, has been ap-
pointed Secretary of State for
Scotland, making him the
youngest person in Prime
Minister Margaret Thatcher's
Cabinet and its fifth Jewish-born
member.
Born and educated in Scotland,
he was for the past three years a
Minister of State at the Foreign
Office in charge of European and
East-West questions. He has
shown a general interest in human
rights
Other Cabinet members of
Jewish birth are Sir Keith Joseph.
Educstion Secretary; Nigel
Lawson. Chancellor of the Exche-
quer; Leon Brittan. Trade and In-
dustry Secretary; and Lord
Young. Employment Secretary.
Poland Also Wants
Stats Bank Funds
BONN The Polish Press
Agency said that it was not accep-
table that the Flick industrial con-
glomerate. now owned by
Deutsche Bank, will pay repara-
tions only to Jews who were used
as slave labor by one of its sub-
sidiaries during World War II.
According to the Polish Press
Agency, most of the slave laborers
were Russian and Polish inmates
of Nazi concentration camps. The
Deutsche Bank, West Germany's
largest, agreed last week that
Flick pay five million Marks
equivalent to $2 million to sur-
viving Jewish concentration camp
inmates forced to work for its sub-
sidiary, Dynamit-Nobel. under
brutal and dangerous conditions.
Towns in North Will
Qst Financial Benefits
JERUSALEM A ministerial
committee has decided to provide
financial benefits for towns in nor-
thern Israel equal to those given
Jewish settlements in the ad-
ministered territories.
The decision last week followed
a comprehensive study of condi-
tions in northern Israel which is
economically depressed and
vulnerable to terrorist attacks
from Lebanon. A special commit-
tee of experts, headed by the
director general of the Interior
Ministry, Haim Kubersky. will
make recommendations to im-
prove the situation in Kiryat
Shemona. a town on the Lebanese
border which recently came under
renewed Katyusha rocket attacks.
Defense Minister Yitzhak Rabin
pledged that the government is
committed to the security of the
border towns. But the economic
needs of the region will also be
considered. Townships and set-
tlements in northern Israel will
receive larger financial grants
from the Interior Ministry and ad-
ditional aid for education.
Dispute Blacks Out
Television in Israel
JERUSALEM Israel Televi-
sion broadcasts were off the sir
for the third consecutive day
because of a dispute involving
disciplinary action taken against
the chsirman of the technician's
committee.
Israel Television technician's
staff committee members said
they would return to work only
after committee chairman Hezi
Koka is reinstated. He was
suspended by the Broadcasting
Authority last Thursday for refus-
ing to allow a segment of film,
provided by a foreign news agen-
cy, from being broadcast
The State-owned radio was also
off the ah- for five hours last
Thursday night, as a sign of
solidarity with the television
employees.
The incident leading to Koka s
suspension followed his decision
to black out a segment of last
Wednesday night's newareel in.
volving disturbances on the Tem-
ple mount, during the visit there
that morning by s group 0f
Knesset members.
Border Policemen Killed;
Another Wounded In Attack
JERUSALEM An Israeli
Druse border policeman was fatal-
ly shot and another wounded in a
broad daylight attack on the nuun
street in Nablus. Military sources,
who clamped a curfew on the
area, said the attack appeared to
have been carefully planned.
The victims were Sgt. Maj.
Jamil Fares, 46, s resident of
Galilee who died of s chest wound
after he wss rushed by helicopter
to the Shebs Medical Center in
Ramat Gan: and a 19-year-old
policeman, identified only as
Ghanem. who wss taken to the
same hospital for treatment f
what were described ss moderns
wounds.
Five passersby were wounded,
apparently by shots fired by Israei
Defense Force soldiers who rush-
ed to the scene to try to head off
the attackers. A military
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Friday, January 17, 1986/The Jewish Floridian Page 15-A
IPO followers of Hassidism. a Jewish movement founded by Ba 'al
ht-m Tor in the 18th Century. They are from 'The Search for
Vixverance.' episode-five in the encore presentation of'Heritage:
hnlization and the Jews.' hosted by Abba Eban, a Member of the
\isset and former Ambassador of Israel to the United States
nd the I 'nited Nations. The series will be shown again beginning
\hursday. Jan. 23. 9 p.m.. over WPBTTV. Ch. S. Miami. Bill
bjsjrs will host two all-new interview programs discussing
|mm raised in the original 1981, broadcast.
Veliotes Quits Post in Cairo;
Rumored He Was Pushed Out
Bv JUDITH KOHN
(WASHINGTON (JTA)
Reagan Administration
ficials have confirmed the
^signation of U.S. Am-
issador to Egypt Nicholas
leliotes and denied reports
)at he was forced out in an
port to smooth relations
rith Egypt following the
|chille Lauro hijacking last
Calling the envoy's parfor-
I in Eg} | ipootch,"
II use tpokean an Larrj
i d that Veliotes decided
nis long career in the
attractivi in
privafc m r He will
become preskisnl of
York based Association
u Pubiishara.
ELIOTB8 MOST rv.-.-ntly
\ I i public sttentkM u I i.ii.
angrj demandi that
bypl prosecute the hijackers of
y lulian ( Achilla
para was recorded without his
>wit? Bjn ision.
"he followng day it was
Eovarad that the terrorists,
|o had killed an elderly
ican Jewish passengeer,
Leon Klinjfhoffer, had been flown
out of the country, and new ten
sums were created when U.8. jet
fighters forced the Egyptian
plane that was carrying them to
land in Sicily.
ACCORDING TO one report.
Veliotes was forced out after a
"shouting match" with Secretary
of State George Shultz. who had
requested that he return t"
Washington for consultations
following the incident Hut State
department III WitII IS 11 Mernard
Kalh vigorously daniarl that the
resdgnaooii was anything other
than s personal dtcisi
VehoU "7 has served n
numerous Middle Eaat-reLatad
posts including l 'ant
Secretarj ot State for N<
Eastern and
183 when
for (am- : his 30-1
I ireign Sen ici
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dan, 1971 snd sarlii
1973 75, Daput] Chief of Mi.
in Tel A-
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replaced bj IN | itj A
Se. .. >".t Africa! '<
fairs Frank Wisner. The State
Department would not comment
today on wild would l>e nominated
or when an announcement would
be made. Wisner s other Middle
East posts have been in Algiers
and Tunis.
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U.S. Downplays Syria-Nidal Link
Continued from Page 1-A
group's plans. "Libya is clearly
supporting terrorism in general."
Shultz said in an appearance on
the CBS-TV projrram "Fact the
Nation." He said Libya provides
financial support to terrorist
groups, "particularly the Abu
Nidal group which is the group
that perpetrated the latest
catastrophe."
He stressed that there is s
very definite Libyan connection
with this and a whole pattern of
terrorist activity But Shultz said
that while "Syria has long been on
our terrorist list." a list the I'.S.
publishes of countries supporting
terrorism. Syrian "behavior is
rather different" from Libya's.
Explaining, he said he was
referring to Syrians "public at-
titude," and "we are working
with Syria on a number of fronts
in a constructive way." While
Shultz did not elaborate, the U.S.
is believed to be working with
Syria in an effort to get Six
American hostages held in
Lebanon released.
In addition, although Shultz said
at a State Department press con-
ference last Thursday that he did
not hold out much hope for Syrian
participation in the Middle East
peace process, the U.S. for the
last several months has continued
to hold the door open for Syrian
participation.
SYRIA, meanwhile, is reported-
ly angered over remarks by
Robert Oakley, head of the State
Department's counter-terrorist
office, that the U.S. might impose
the same economic sanctions on
Syria that it did on Libya. Speak-
ing to journalists last Thursday.
Oakley said there was strong
evidence that Syria supports the
Abu N'idal group.
He suggested that Syria follow
Iraq's example and expel Abu
Nidal who apparently divides his
time between Syria and Libya.
In his TV interview, Shultz said
Oaklej i.- "doing an outstanding
job." But he rejected the possibili-
ty of sanction- sgainst Syria.
OUgfa he noted that this did not
snd "n the L 8., but "on I
er countries do I hope
Syria will DOt d things that will
make that necessary, and m\
guess is that the) won't.
SHULTZ REPEATED M
Secretary Shultz
his assertions at his State Depart
ment press conference last Thurs-
day that the terrorists are oppos-
ed to the Middle East peace pro
cess "Peace means that the coun
in the Middle East need to si'
down with Israel ano mak-
peace." he said.
He noted that when some, liki
the late President Anwar Sadal
Egypt or King Hussein of Jordai
smpted to make peai i wil
Israel, the terrorists tried to kii
them. The terrorists are "not
peace," Shultz said. "They >
really not for the Palestinian
cause. The Palestinians need a
batter break They need a
peace process. They're not going
to get it through this violence."
The Secretary of State pointed
out that "The violence and ter-
rorism in the Middle East has not
achieved anything for the Palesti
nians." He said he has always
been concerned with the fate of
the Palestinians whom he called a
"deprn-ed people." "They deserve
a better fate." he added
Bucharest Temple Crowded for
Anniversary of Pogrom
BUCHAREST (JTA) The
Choral Temple here was crowded
to capacity Monday as memorial
services were held marking the
45th anniversary of the pogrom in
which thousands of Bucharest
Jews were murdered by the Nazi-
backed Rumanian fascist
organization. Iron Guard.
The Temple, where Rumania's
Chief Rabbi Moses Rosen preside'1.
at the services and delivered the
sermon, was the principal scene of
the carnage that took place in
January, 1941. Jews were her
into the main sanctuary which
was set on fire. The bodies of J<
were hanged from the ceiling
each Uxiy bearing the inscripi
"kosher meat." Score- of other
synagogues were destroyed il
rampage. The Jewish quarti
Bucharest, known U V
Dudasti, was devastate I bj
mobs.
The ceremonies
bj many notable* I idil
Israel: Ambassador to Run I
loaaf Govrin, and officials of th<
United States Emba8S\ Il I
sermon. Rabbi Rosen, who is
president of the Federation of
Jewish Communities, the centrai
representative body of Rumanian
Jewry and the World Jewish Con-
gress affiliate here, declared:
"Only in having our own
homeland in Israel, where we are
neither subject to the hate nor pi-
tj of others, where we are I
ten of our own destim on
in this way can we be certain tl
the dangers of such barbar
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Miami, Florida Friday, January 17,1986 Section B
Veep's Son Jeb
[Sidney Cooperman Named Sees Positive Republican Image Change
[airman of Dinner Honoring
Rabbi Irving Lehrman
Sidney Cooperman has been
named Dinner Chairman for the
State of Israel Bond International
)inner honoring Rabbi Irving
i-hrman on Thursday, Feb. 6, at
be Fontainebleau Hilton Hotel.
Rabbi Lehrman, a mainstay in
he South Florida Jewish com-
junity and a staunch supporter of
^rael for over 40 years, will
reive the coveted Golda Meir
eadership Award. He has been
be spiritual leader at Temple
Jmanu-EI in Miami Beach since
943.
I "I couldn't think of a better per-
|>n to be Dinner Chairman than
fdnev Cooperman." said Philip
Warren, general campaign
dairman of the Greater Miami
rael Bond Organization.
"Being president of Temple
}manu-EI and a national vice
hairman of the Israel Bond
Organization makes Sid the
rrfect choice. I know that with
as chairman, the dinner will
major success for both Rabbi
fhrman and the State of Israel."
|ln accpeting his position.
I fte\1 that he is happy to be taking
najor role in the dinner. "I am
iremely grateful and privileged
I be named chairman of the din
Ir honoring my dear friend and
Jintual leader. Rabbi Irving
khrman. His leadership has been
inspiration to all who have
own him. He has been a true
end to not only people in South
arida, but also to the State of
el and her citizens."
'arren also announced
tmbers of the South Florida
imunity who will serve on the
>ute Dinner Committee as
lociate Chairmen. Named were
>bi Mayer Abramowitz. Ted
>n, L. Jules Arkin, Judge
ierick N. Band. Jack Bellock.
Sidney Cooperman
Norman Braman. Shepard Broad.
Harry Chernin. Jack Chester.
Judge Irving Cypen. George
Feldenkreis. Gary R. Gerson. B.
Morton Gittlin and Barton S.
Goldberg.
Also named were Goldie R.
Goldstein. Jerrold Goodman,
Carol Greenberg. Abel Holtz, Dr.
Sherman Kaplan. Alan Kaplus.
Hal Kaye. Cal Kovens, M. Ronald
Krongold. Sidney Lefcourt. Don
Lefton. Norman Lipoff, Leonard
Luria and Gertrude Muss.
Additionally, others serving on
the committee are Stephen Muss.
Stanley C. Myers. Aaron
Podhurst. Sidney Poland, Harry
Rott. Judge Herbert S. Shapiro.
Howard R. Scharlin. Milton
Sirkin. Harry B. Smith. Seymour
Smoller. Louis Stein, Jay Weiss,
Haim Wiener, Dr. George S. Wise
and Sonja Zuckerman.
toper Sunday Feb. 2
Viewers May Call
In Their Pledges
is part of the sixth annual
. er Sunday. Feb. 2, a massive
nual telephone fund raising ef-
t on behalf of the Combined
rish Appeal-Israel Emergency
ml. Jewish Federation Cable
evision (JFTV) will for the first
air a Telethon in which
vers may call in their pledges.
[Adding the Telethon to this
's Super Sunday agenda
Jd provide a major push for
campaign." said Samuel
JFTV president. "There
many people who may not be
ched through our calls on
er Sunday. With the Telethon.
[can encourage them to call in
pledges."
aper Sunday is the Greater
imi Jewish Federation's
est single campaign effort. On
l day. more than 2.000 Federa-
volunteers will gather at
Iple Israel of Greater Miami to
30.000 phone calls on behalf
he campaign. During "Super
Mi." Feb. 3-6. an additional
calls will be placed by
iteers.
a companion program, cable
mi JFTV will air its first
Super Sunday Telethon on Feb. Z
from 6 to 8 p.m. The Telethon will
be co-hosted by JFTV's Suzanne
Lasky and Attorney Mark-Wolm.
host of Florida Forum for
WSVNChannel 7 in Miami.
The telethon will be highlighted
by interviews with celebrities and
dignitaries, according to Suzanne
Lasky, JFTV's director of broad-
cast operations. "It will offer
viewers a first-hand glimpse of
what goes on during Super Sun-
day," Lasky said, "in addition to
showing how gifts to the Federa-
tion help our community."
Those who subscribe to the
Storer cable system can watch the
JFTV Super Sunday Telethon on
channel P29 in North Dade and
channel 14 in South Dade.
Dynamic cable system subscribers
should turn to channel 43. Harte-
Hanks subscribers to channel 2.
and Americable subscribers to
channel 36. To locate JFTV on
Miami Cablevision, see the guide
on channel 12.
Individuals who do not
subscribe to cable television can
still phone in pledges by calling
578-5000 between 6 and 8 p.m. on
Super Sunday, Feb. 2.
By ERIC MOSS
.A-k-ucA flonduin Staff Writer
Look! Up in the sky! No,
not there. Out of the west.
No, more to the right. See
that blazing meteor? Jeb
Bush is as easy to track as
Halley's Comet.
Bush, son of Vice President
George Bush and chairman of the
Dade County Republican Party, is
considered by politics-watchers to
be among the city's most stellar
conservative personalities. And
he's doing everything he can to
nurture that perception.
TEXAS-BORN, raised and
educated, with work stops in
Caracas, Venezuela and anywhere
his father was campaigning. Bush,
32, decided to move to Miami five
years ago. Why?
"During the 1980 elections. I
had the opportunity to visit all
around, and I decided it would be
difficult for me to live in Houston
where I grew up and where my
father's presence was probably
stronger than other places. I want
to make it on my own, so I thought
it'd be best to leave Houston, even
though I love Houston."
So why did he pick Miami?
While campaigning here, Bush
was introduced to Armando
Codina. local businessman and a
leader in Hispanic political circles,
who eventually became Bush's
partner. Codina, in turn, introduc-
ed Bush to South Florida. It was
love at first sight.
"I SPEAK Spanish fluently,"
Continued on Page 3-B
Jeb Bush
Jeb Bush:
The Vital Statistics
John Ellis (Jeb) Bush was born February
11. 1953 in Midland, Tex. In 1974, he
graduated magna cum laude from the Univer-
sity of Texas at Austin with an AB degree in
Latin American Studies.
His first job was with the Texas Commerce
Bank in Houston, where he was a loan officer
in the Latin American Division, and later he
became administrative assistant to the chair-
man of the board.
From 1977 to 1979, Bush was assistant vice
president at the bank's Caracas, Venezuela
branch.
During the 1980 presidential campaign,
Bush served as executive assistant to George
Bush and was a delegate to the Republican
National Convention.
Bush moved to Miami in 1981 and became
vice president of IntrAmerica Investments,
Inc.. as well as a broker for Bush Realty.
Inc. In June, 1982 he became president of In-
trAmerican Investments and IntrAmerican
Real Estate Management, Inc.
He is a trustee of the Greater Miami
Chamber of Commerce, director of the
Zoological Society of South Florida and direc-
tor of the National Advisory Board of Amigos
de las Americas.
Bush is a member of the South Dade
Chamber of Commerce, Dade County Health
Facilities Authority, Citizens' Charter
Review Committee, Florida Endowment for
the Humanities, and South Florida Baseball
Committee.
Bush and his wife, Columbia Garnica, have
three children.
Women's Division
Training Program To Feature Ruth Gruber
The Women's Division of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
will present two special training
programs for those who are in-
terested in becoming workers for
the Federation's Combined
Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency
Fund campaign. At both events.
Ruth Gruber, author of Raquela.
A Woman of Israel and Haven.
will present a sneak preview of
her soon-to-be released book
about her recent visit to Ethiopia.
In addition, Amy Dean.
Women's Division campaign
training chairman and chairman
of the Federation's Attorneys
Division, will present a brief train-
ing program on conducting tel-
ephone solicitations. Dean's
Rath Gruber
discussion will help prepare
workers for "Super Sunday," the
Federation's annual gathering of
more than 2.000 volunteers who
place 30.000 phone calls on behalf
of the campaign.
The first event will take place
on Wednesday. Jan. 22 at 9:30
a.m. at Temple Israel of Greater
Miami. 137 NE 19 Street. A lun-
cheon will follow the program.
The second event, presented by
the Business and Professional
Women's Division (BPW), will
also take place the same day at 6
p.m. at the Federation building.
Dinner will be served.
Both programs are free and
open to any woman who wishes to
become a campaign worker.


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Rabbinical Association
Declares January 24-25 CJA-IEF Shabbat
The Rabbinical Association of
Greater Miami has declared Jan.
24-25 to be Combined Jewish
Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund
(CJA-IEF) Shabbat. According to
Rabbi Brett Goldstein, president
of the Rabbinical Association and
spiritual leader of Temple Shir
Ami, and Rabbi Solomon Schiff.
executive vice president of the
Rabbinical Association, the
special Shabbat ha* been planned
to precede Su[*r Sunday which
will be held on Feb. 2
On Super Sunday more than
2.000 volunteers from the Greater
Miami Jewish community will
phone 60.000 households in Dad.'
County to enlist support for the
1986 CJA-IEF which is sponsored
by the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation The annual campaign
supports social, health and
welfare service programs in
Greater Miami, in Israel and in
Jewish communities worldwide.
"This year we're asking the
members of the Rabbinical
Association to make a special ap-
peal for maximum giving to the
CJA-IEF in light of the fact that
Jewish needs locally and in Israel
are more urgent than ever."
noted Rabbi Goldstein.
"Here in Miami, a gift to the
Federation campaign funds 30
local beneficiary agenices. each of
which plays a vital role in improv-
ing the quality of Jewish life.
Enhanced giving will allow the
Federation to support more pro-
grams and assist a greater
number of needy Jews. And in
Israel, a nation confronted with
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serious economic problems, a gift
to the campaign ensures that
Israel can continue to provide
essential services in the areas of
immigrant absorption and reset
tlement, higher education, social
and health services and much
more. This year we need a strong
response within our synagogues
which are the focal point of Jews*]
communal life." Goldstein
concluded.
The special Sabbath was
declared in association with the
Rabbinic Cabinet of the United
Jewish Appeal. The I'.lA i-
celebrating its 47th anniversan
and plays a major role in Mppor
dog the health, education
welfare Deeds of Jews around the
world.
This is the tenth annual Si
observance to highlight the itnpor
tance of the CJA-IEF campaign
Member of the Rabbinical
Association, representing all
branches of Judaism, encourage
support for the campaign with
their congregants and work with
community leaders to develop an
understanding of the Jewish tradi
tions of tzedakah and
commitment.
Israel Study Institute Offers
Learning-Touring Program In Israel
Also. Lucille Rosenberg. Bren-
da Shapiro. Norman Wartmaii,
Laura and Sylvia Weinsoff. Jessie
and Bernard Wolfson, Mary and
Harold Berke. Ray and Abe
Bolker. Olga and David Issenberg,
Cynthia and Norman Lawrence.
Bluma and Morton Marcus. Debby
and Gerald Schwartz. Marilyn and
Stevan Simon. Sandy and Lou
Tobier. Lillian and Sherwyn
Weiss and Rosalie and Sheldon
Weiss.
"In response to popular de-
mand. Rabbi Morris Kipper. Inter-
national Director of the Israel
Study Institute, will again offer a
Summer Session for the Adult
Program in Israel. For the first
time, adults can participate in a
17-day learning/touring program
in Israel during the Summer, in
addition to the Fall trip.
"Over two hundred adults in the
Miami community have par-
ticipated in discovering their
4.000 year heritage on-site with
the Adult Program in Israel." the
Director of Admissions. Gloria
Friedman, said.
Those participating in the most
recent sessions include Miamians:
Cindy and Jay Baum. Jerry
Berlin. Arthur Chassman. Lorrie
Dale. Ray Fishbein. Hope and
Larry Jaffe. Jon Jaffe. Frances
and Harold Kaufman. Ronye
Kreiner. Gail and Richard Kwal.
Pauline Levick. Harvey Lorman.
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Rolling Greens
Salute To Israel
Residents of Rolling Greens
condominium buildings A H
have combined their efforts to
host a Salute to Israel on Tuesday,
Feb. 4. in the Rolling Green
Building F auditorium. Under the
auspices of the Greater Miami
Israel Bond Organization, the
celebration will liegin at 7 SO p.m
In addition to celebrating
Israel'.s 87th birthday, the event
will include a salute to the
defenders of the Jewish State
Special guest at the "Night for
Israel" will be Eddie Schaffer.
humorist
Serving as chairman for the
celebration is Harry Cohen
Journalist Wolf Blitzer To
Speak On Israeli Relations
Wolf Blitzer. syndicated colum
nist and Washington bureau chief
of the Jerusalem Post. Israel's
English language daily
newspaper, will offer an insider's
view 01 S Israeli relations as
part of Temple Bet! Shotdn'l
Sunday Onuubua Lectun Sei
He wil! begin at 10:80 a.m. in the
banquet roOB
He will address the took
Washington and Jerusalem: Are
m a collision Coune?"
Blitzer is the author of the
recently published -Between
Washington and Jerusalem: A
Reporter'.- Notebook." in which
ffer- insights into the Israeli
presence in Washington, the CIA
and the Mossad. the strategic
relationship between the two na-
tions, ami the impact of the Carter
and Reagan administrations on
Israel
He has covered the Washington
foreign polk] BOOM >inoe ItJTS
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worked as a foreign correspon-
dent in the Reuters News
Agency's Tel Aviv bureau
Blitzer has been a frequent com
mentator on national television,
appearing on ABC s "Nightline"
and "Good Morning America."
NBC's "Overnight." CBS's
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Friday, January 17, 1986/The Jewish Floridian Page 3-B
Continued from Page IB
Jush said, "so I thought I could
jtpreciate more fully the quality
f life here. Because I do speak
Spanish, I think it adds a dimen-
sion that makes it a better place. I
1st like the feel of the town; it's
itrepreneunal and barrier-free
many ways."
Bush also feels Miami is a great
to live in, as well as work,
here are not a lot of im
diments to getting involved,"
said. "It's just a very wide-
en kind of place." Another
>n Bush decided to move here
his mother-in-law. "She lives
ere. which was another attrac-
n for my wife." he added.
[Developing a sense of communi-
is one of his goals for the area,
better sense of community
will create unlimited poten-
in every aspect." he said. "I
rt concerned about the parochial
titudes that seem to pervade
>m time to time, both ethnically
geographically. There's an
iphasis on what divides us
tier than what unites us."
rercoming this will create a
nergistic "coming together" ef-
et. unlocking all the talent and
ources that exist in the area,
srding to Bush. "This way." he
i, "a whole lot of things can be
implished."
JUSH'S opinions cover a wide
riety of issues.
he see any changes in
irish voting patterns over the
eight years?
'I think there are changes."
said. "It's safe to say
orically that Jewish voters
te been part of the Democratic
Jit ion that used to win elections
tionwide. That's changed for a
aple of reasons. One is that the
Imocratic Party has become a
ty of minorities a party of
cial interests, and Jews in
leral aren't part of their equa-
n. The Democrats are trying to
themselves of this perception
laj, t>ut I don't know if they'll
successful or not." he adds.
Jush thinks the Democrats are
ft by demands from special in-
Mtl such as the National
jamzation for Women, the
fL-CIO, Jesse Jackson and the
rks. and have ceased being the
ty of middle class America.
(THERE'S A push factor that
link has created an opportunity
the Republican Party." he
pad- "We've picked up support
>m Jewish voters because of
it change of attitude within the
sni.x-ratic Party since 1972."
[The second reason Bush gave
the shift in Jewish voting pat-
is has to do with President
lagan's position on Israel,
from 1980 on," Bush said,
resident Reagan has shown a
y strong commitment to Israel,
onger can it be said, if it has
ir been said, that the
publican Party's or President
mi's commitment to Israel
ft as strong as at any time in
history of the relationship"
reen the two countries.
don't think you'll find an
lent today that says the
States' commitment to
(1 isn't as good, or as strong,
deep as it's ever been." he
bnued.
vertheless, there are those
> say that the President's com-
ment is lip service, especially
Bdering the AW ACS sale to
Arabia and military equip
Bt to Egypt. Are these to be
trued as evidence of the
ksident's commitment to
el?
*ET ME modify my state
tt." Bush said. "Any President
"he United States is hopefully
to base his policy toward a
n country on the national
security interest of our country,
not of the other country. And I
think that the record shows that
President Reagan's recognized
that it's in our national security
interest to support Israel.
"That doesn't mean," Bush con-
tinued, "solely and exclusively in
the area, but clearly, it's not just
talk and no substance. If you look
at the record, the amount of aid
and support that the United
States government is giving
Israel today is much higher than it
was four or five years ago."
Bush said the need for a strong
ally in the Middle East is a
political reality.
"It's just good common sense
and it's good national security
thinking on our part to support
Israel. There may be a disagree-
ment among friends on whether
or not providing aid to Egypt is
escalating the threat of instability
in the area, but the fundamental
aspect of our policy in the Middle
East is the support of Israel. I
think it is deep-rooted and pro-
found, not just lip-service."
DOES BUSH believe there has
been any negative effect on
U.S.-Israeli relations resulting
from the recent espionage
revelations?
"I don't think there is anymore,
and I don't think that one inci-
dent, like the (Jonathan) Pollard
case, is going to undermine a very
strong and deep relationship.
"But." he added, "it was clearly
a mistake. Espionage in general
to me is a treasonous offense. So-
meone made a mistake, and they
(the Jsraelis) apologized for it, cor-
rected it. and I think the incident
was only that an incident, not
anything that would undermine
the overall relationship."
Illegally exporting weapons
system technology is a different
matter altogether, according to
Bush, elaborating on the
disclosure that charged Israel
with allegedly illegal acquisitions
of specially-plated cannon barrels
and the "top secret" method of
producing the plating. Although
he is against these types of
technology transfers, he feels the
blame in the most recent case has
been misplaced.
"IT WAS the mistake of our
government rather than the
government of Israel," he said,
"although if you saw the national
news you wouldn't have been led
to believe that. I think it was
blown way out of proportion by
the network news shows that I
saw." Bush believes the national
media incorrectly painted the pic-
ture of what they construed as
Israel's "wrongdoing."
"It seems to me." he said, "if
you had to point a finger and
blame someone, you'd blame our
inefficient bureaucracy."
Bush, who has visited Israel on
an Israel Bonds-sponsored trip, is
planning to return there at the in-
vitation of local attorney and
Jewish civic leader Martin Fine.
He has strong impressions of the
country and is looking forward to
his next sojourn.
"It was fascinating," he said. "I
don't think there's anything quite
like it on the planet." As a politi-
cian. Bush found Israeli-style elec-
tions to be the purest form of
democracy he's ever encountered.
"You have to be there to fully ap-
preciate the elections in Israel.
with 25 parties running at the
same time and the freedoms that
exist. It's refreshing to see the en-
thusiasm for the political process.
It's much more sincere than
here."
BUSH WAS most impressed by
the spirit of the Israeli people.
"I'm not very spiritual," he con-
fessed, "but it's hard not to be
when you go to Israel. It reminds
me of how I wish the United
States was from time to time.
Sure Israel has a lot of problems,
and Israelis aren't perfect, but
there's a commonality of interest
that ties them together."
During a visit to a West Bank
settlement, Bush was struck by
the presence of American
emigrants. Jews from Brooklyn
living on barren land. "I was
fascinated by the fact that a lot of
these people from the United
States had decided not just to
emigrate to Israel, but put their
lives on the line and go out and be
part of the resettlement effort."
This commitment to an ideal, a
country, is something Bush
observed "across the board in
Israel, but is something we lack
from time to time" in the United
States.
On domestic issues, Bush is
equally opinionated. In light of
President Reagan's statement
about America being a "Christian
nation." favoring tax credits to
parochial schools and permitting
Bible-study classes on publicly-
owned school property, does Bush
see the line between church and
state becoming blurred? Is there a
rising tide of Christian fervor
throughout the land?
"I DONT think the record
shows the lines becoming more
blurred," he said. "Because you
believe in allowing silent prayer in
public schools, for example, that
doesn't challenge my concept of
separation of church and state."
What about Bible-reading?
Doesn't that challenge the
concept?
"Bible-reading, if it's voluntary
after school, allows children to
come together like any other civic
or school organization does. I
don't think you should necessarily
have Bible-reading in the middle
of school, but I don't see the
threat.
"What would stop Jewish
children from reading what they
prefer?" he asked. When told that
most Jewish families believe
religion is taught in the
synagogue and at home, not in a
public school. Bush wavered
slightly. "1 agree with that. That
should be the fundamental place.
But I'm not sure if the separation
of church and state means that
there should be an absence of
spiritual thought. There ought to
be a way to have this separation,
to allow for tolerance, and also not
have a complete absence of the
other side of the picture."
DOES BUSH see these issues
as a harbinger of greater religious
intolerance in this country? Is
anti-Semitism on the rise, par-
ticularly in the farm belt?
"There are clearly more
organized anti-Semitic groups. If
you take the total populace of the
farm belt, it's very isolated. But
there are reports of more anti-
Semitism, anti-government and
ant:-a-iot-of-things because of the
crisis that exists in the farm belt,
and people are trying to find
simplistic answers to very com-
plicated problems."
Bush does believe the federal
government is addressing not on-
ly the farmers' problems, but
those of the religious minorities
that are most threatened. "The
same government that's trying to
'Christianize the nation' is on top
of these folks. These are subver-
sive groups. They're tied together
in some loose federation. I've seen
reports where Louis Farrakhan's
group is tied to them as well,
which is kind of ironic with Ku
Continued on Page 10-B
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The dessert was by city light.
Cup after cup.
The coffee was Brim."
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\Mth the richness of Brim."
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Community Calendar
Sephardk Jewish Center of North Miami Beach will hold
another Las Vegas Fun and Game Nite this Saturday at 8 p.m.
Miami Coral Gables-Dade Chapter. Women's Division
American Society for Technion will celebrate their 30th Anniver-
sary at a luncheon on Monday at 11:30 a.m. at the University
Faculty Club.
Hypnosis.'*
on
Dr. S
Glaoosen will discuss. "Self
Amit Women Chapters Meet
"Your True Marcus. The Civil War Letters of a Jewish Col-
onel" by Fraak L. Byrne and Jeaa Powers Sosaaa (1985: Kent
State University Press) has been chosen as an alternate choice of
the B'nai B'hth Jewish Book Club for January and has just come
out in paperback. Jean Powers So man is a resident of Coral
Gables. The book was reviewed in the Jewish Floridian in August.
1985. _____
Adath Yeshurun's Sisterhood and Men's Club will host a Game
Night on Saturday evening Jan 25 at 8 p.m. The event will take
place at the synagogue. _____
VIVO will hold its annual banquet on Sunday. Jan. 26 at 12:30
p.m. at the Deauville Hotel. Sntasel Roaaaaky will be the guest
speaker Mina Pera will be guest artist for the occasion.
Agudath Israel Congregation. Miami Beach, will present the
Yiddish film. "Kol Nidre." starring Cantor Leibele Wakbaan
and Yetta Zwerliag this Thursday at 7 p.m. at the synagogue.
Chabad-Lubavitch is sponsoring an evening of Chassidic music
starring the Miami Boys Choir and international singer. Arranani
Fried performing traditional songs and original compositions, on
Saturday. Jan. 25 at 8:45 p.m. at the Seville Beach Hotel. The
Neginah Orchestra will be featured.
Florida Friends of Albert Einstein College of Medicine of
Yeahiva University will honor Dr. Lawrence Bobbins, a Miami
plastic surgeon and alumnus of the college, with the 1985-86
Distinguished Achievement Award at a dinner-dance on Saturday
evening. Jan. 25. according to Joe Abrell. chairman of the event
at the Konover Hotel. _____
South Florida Chapter of Association of Jewish Libraries will
hold a meeting on Thursday, from 12:30-2 p.m. at the Central
Agency for Jewish Education Library.
The program will be "Hiatoryof Jewish Art."
YTVO Committee of Miami will present it* third lecture of the
Forum on Wednesday at 1:30 p.m. at Temple Beth Sholom. Jacob
Blank will speak on. "Cnnim Grade. Master of Poetry and Prose
in Yiddish." _____.
Jewish War Veterans. South Dade Post 778 and the Ladies
Auxiliary will sponsor a social evening on Thursday. Jan. 23 at 8
p.m. at Temple Israel South Dr. Henry Rabinsteia. Chiroprac
tor. will discuss. "What Is Good_Health*"
Beth Kodesh Congregation will present a new Adult Education
Course in a series beginning on Sunday at 9:30 a.m. Rabbi Max
Shapiro will discuss. "Is There Life Beyond Death?" and "Will
We See Our Belovea Ones?"---------
Rabbi Alexander S. Gross Hebrew Academy Student Choir will
present s Tu B'Shevat performance for the residents of Tower 41
Condominium on Wednesday at 7 p.m.
Senator Lawtoa Chiles will be honored at the 5th Annual Mid-
Winter Conference of the B'nai Zion Southeast Region, as reci-
pient of the America-Israel Friendship Award, at 10 a.m. Sunday
at the Crystal Ballroom at Pier 66 Hotel________________________I
"Amit Women Shabbat." a Sab-
bath salute to Amit Women, will
be held by synagogues throughout
the United States on Saturday.
Jan. 25. announced Frieda C.
KufeJd. national president.
This celebration will help launch
a national membership drive in
support of the child-care, social
services, and educational projects
maintained by Amit Women in
Israel.
Chai Chapter will meet on
Wednesday at 11.30 a.m at Tern
pie Beth Tov. Rabbi Nathan Bryn
wiB be guest speaker.
Geula Chapter will meet on

The Greater Miami Jewish Federation recent-
ly presented a bronze bust of Theodor Herzl.
father of Zionism, to Sophia and Nathan
Gumenick in gratitude for their many years of
dedicated service to Miami's Jewish com-
munity. Shown above are: (left to right) Alfred
Golden. Nathan Gumeniek, Federation Pas-
President Harry A. (Hapl Levy, ond Ki
ecutu* Vice President Myron J. Brodie.
National Hadassah President Popkin
To Speak At Major Gifts Luncheon

Miami Beach Kegion ot
Hadassah will hold its annual Ma-
jor Gifts Luncheon on Sunday.
Jan. 26 at the Fontainebleau
Hilton Hotel, according to Mrs.
Jean Temkin. president of the
region. Mrs. Ruth Willion Popkin.
president of National Hadassah.
will be guest speaker.
Popkin is immediate past Na-
tional Vice-President and Coor-
dinator of the Fundraising Divi-
sion. She was chairman of
Hadassah Zionist Youth Commis-
sion and has held many posts in
Hadassah. including president of
the Nassau-Suffolk Region;
member of the Board of the
American Israel Public Affairs
Committee; a member of the
Board of Trustees of the
American Zionist Youth Founda-
tion; and a member of the Ex-
ecutive Board of the Jewish Na-
tional Fund.
The Miami Beach Region will
present their annual Jewish
Rath W. Popkin
Education Day Seminar and Lun-
cheon on Monday. Jan. 27 at the
Eden Roc Hotel. The program. "If
I Forget Thee. O. Jerusalem.' *
open 10 a.m. with greetings from
Mr David Cohen, vice-consul of
Israel, according to Jean Temkin.
region president.
Speakers will include Mr. Jacob
M. Alkow. author and lecturer
Rabbi Maxwell Berger of Temple
Emanu-EI and Mrs. Dorothy
Gaiter, a member of the editorial
staff of the Miami Herald.
Mrs. Sylvia Weintraub is chair
man of the event.
Chai Chapter of Hadassah vi
meet on Monday at 7:45 p.m at
Sephardjc Jewish Center in North
Miami Bench. Frank and Ann-v
Adams will speak on Finanr.a.
and Estate Planning.
Kinneret Chapter of Hada&sar
of Kendale Lakes will hold an Ear
ly Bird Meeting 11:30 a.m. on
Tuesday at El Conquistador
Clubhouse. Linda Minkes will be
guest speaker at this potluck
luncheon.
Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. at the
Jewish Community Center in
Miami Beach.
On Wednesday. Migdal Chapter
will hold a luncheon meeting at
noon at the Forte Towers on
Miami Beach.
Shoehanna Chapter will hold a
special luncheon on Tuesday Jan.
28 at noon at the Seacoast Towers
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Friday, January 17, 1986/The Jewish Floridian Page 5-B
JCC Unveils New Logo
Miami Beach Mayor Alex Daoud honors Bens Stein at the
Humanitarian Dinner, of the Men's Club of the Miami Jewish
Home and Hospital for the Aged, until their 1986 Louis and Beth
\Stein Humanitarian Award.
Jeph Institute Holds Torah Seminar
The Aleph Institute, a nation-
wide organization addressing the
spiritual and rehabilitative needs
of Jewish prisoners, is sponsoring
a Torah Leadership Seminar on
Miami Beach ending Jan. 27, ac-
cording to Rabbi Michoel Lozenik.
director of the seminar.
For two weeks, 34 men and
I three women, representing 19
Federal institutions, will par-
jticipate in a schedule of classes
[covering a variety of subjects, in-
eluding. Hebrew, the Torah, and
Jewish Philosophy, living as
ervant Jews in a traditional
ftting.
Local Judges. Rabbis, communi-
leaders, as well as Chaplains
officials from the Bureau of
nsons are among the people who
rill address the group. A group of
[local Yeshiva students will assist
Rabbi Lozenik in supervising the
retreat.
Rabbi Sholom D. Lipskar,
[founder and national director of
[the Institute explained, "The pur-
ise of the retreat is to teach the
ticipants as much as possible
jut all aspects of traditional
Judaism so they can return to
leir institutions and, in turn,
iucate their fellow Jews there."
According to Chief Chaplain
'harles Riggs of the Federal
Temple Beth Am
Brotherhood Forum
Temple Beth Am Brotherhood
: will present a panel discussion on
Sunday, at 9:30 a.m in the youth
lounge. The Forum is entitled.
| "How Can We Keep the Disap-
earing Jews from
hsappearing?"
The panel will consist of Phillip
ildin, executive director of Tem-
ple Israel; Dr. Art Shapiro, presi-
snt of Congregation Beth Israel;
lichael Exelbert, president of
pVmple Zion and Bart Udell, past
Cresident of Temple Beth Am. will
p moderator.
txs Wolfson III has been
tied Vice-Chairman of the
imi Dade Community Col-
Foundation Board and
lirman of the Boards $5
lion Margin of Excellence
xpaign Committm.
Prison system, "the Aleph retreat
has presented us with a unique op-
portunity, the benefits of which
we've already been able to
discern. I know of no similar ex-
perience in the outside world."
The Jewish Community Centers of Greater
Miami (formerly the Jewish Community Centers of
South Florida) are beginning 1986 with a new look.
The Agency will be using a new logo, designed by
nationally prominent artist, Avrum Ashery.
According to Harry A. "Hap" Levy, Chairman
of the Board for the Jewish Community Centers of
Greater Miami. "The new logo helps clarify what
the JCC is all about, reaching out to all Jews of all
ages throughout Greater Miami." The new logo
features a base of hands reaching up to a menorah.
the flames of which majestically form the Letters
JCC.
The design for the logo came from graphic
designer Avrum Ashery of Potomac, Maryland.
Ashery is convinced of the need for forceful, ap-
pealing and coherent symbols for Jewish organiza-
tions. Integrating Hebrew and English texts, with
modern Jewish symbology. he has created logos
for the Rabbinical Assembly, the Federation of
Washington, D.C., Zionist Organization of
America, and the Board of Jewish Education. Ad-
ditionally, he designed the logo for the President's
Commission on the Holocaust.
Ashery, 42, was born in Louisville. Kentucky,
the son of a cantor-educator who named his son
after Rabbi Avrum Cook, Chief Rabbi of Israel.
Ashery studied design at Temple University in
Philadelphia and Tulsa University in Oklahoma.
X*.
He received his Jewish education at the Hebrew
Institute of Pittsburg and Gratz Hebrew College in
Philadephia.

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R.J. Reynolds Chairman Honored
The American Association of Retired Persons will be
working in cooperation with the IRS to assist taxpayers
prepare tax forms at no charge. These volunteers will
begin Feb. 1, and will be located throughout South
Dade County, according to Mr. B. Friedhoff, and
Samuel A. Margolies.
The National Federation of Temple Brotherhoods-
Jewish Chautauqua Society, at an executive board
meeting in New Orleans, has chosen award winners for
overall excellence in programming. The awards were
given to Temple Sinai Brotherhood in North Miami
Beach; Temple Emanu-EI Brotherhood in Sarasota; and
Congregation Keneseth Israel Brotherhood in Elkins
Park, Pennsylvania. ____
Larry Mankotf has been named Administrator of
Claridge Housing Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in
North Miami. Mankoff has ten years experience in nurs-
ing home administration.
Capt. Matthew L Hodes, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry L.
Hodes of Miami, has received the parachutist badge
upon completion of the three-week airborne course at
the U.S. Army Infantry School, Fort Benning, Ga. Hodes
is scheduled to serve with the 782nd Maintenance Bat-
tall ion Fort Braggs, N.C.
Dade Circuit Court Judge Richard Yale Feder has
been assigned as an Associate Judge on the Fourth
District Court of Appeals in West Palm Beach for the
week of Jan. 27. ____
The Girl Scout Council of Tropical Florida, of Dade
and Monroe counties, will be sponsoring their only fun-
draising event from Jan. 23 to Feb. 9, the Girl Scout
Cookie Sale. To prepare for the sale, Metrozoo and the
Council will hold a Metrozoo/Giri Scout Council of
Tropical Florida's 1986 Girl Scout Cookie "Safari" Sale
Kick-Off. The event will take place at the zoo on Satur-
day from 12:45-3:30 p.m. on the Concert Field.
Junior/Senior Club will hold their next meeting on
Monday at 7:30 p.m. at the Ramblewood Condominium
Recreational Room, in Kendall. A representative from
Insurance Commissioner, Bill Gunter's office will
discuss, "Shopping for Health Insurance."
Tropical Canter League's next luncheon meeting will
take place on Friday at noon at the Ocean Pavillion,
Miami Beach. A film entitled, "Girls School in Israel"
will be shown, followed by Lila Rose, vocalist, accom-
panied by pianist, Jerry Carretta.
South Shore Hospital and Medical Center's
Pacemaker Club will hold their monthly meeting on
Tuesday from 1-3 p.m. in room 1003 at the hospital's
Brodle Pavillion.
The Northeast Miami Chamber of Commerce will
host a luncheon on Friday, Jan. 24 at noon to honor
Terry Gleekel, 1986 Citizen of the Year. The luncheon
will take place at Omni International Hotel. Sara K.
Wells is chairman.
Dorchester, Roxbury, Mattapan Association of
Florida will hold a reunion dinner-dance on Sunday,
Jan. 26 at 7 p.m. at the Crystal Lake Country Club in
Pompano Beach.
Senator Lawton Chiles will be honored at the 5th An-
nual Mid-Winter Conference of the B'nai Zion
Southeast Region, as recipient of the America-Israel
Friendship Award, at 10 a.m. Sunday at the Crystal
Ballroom of Pier 66 Hotel.
WNET/Thirteen will rebroadcast Heritage: Civiliza-
tion and the Jews with Abba Eban on WPBT, Channel 2
beginning Thursday, Jan. 23 at 9 p.m. and will continue
every Thursday for the following eight weeks. To
enhance the presentation, the Education Division of
WNETYThirteen is reissuing a 72 page full color
Heritage Viewers Guide.
Mr. and Mrs. Raphael Matz will be hosting a cocktail
party at their home, to benefit Chabad-Lubavitch this
Saturday evening.
The event is scheduled in conjunction with the for-
thcoming Chabad-Lubavitch "Man of the Year"
Benefit, honoring Miami Beach Mayor, Alex Daoud.
Abel Holtz will act as dinner chairman of the Feb. 23
event. -------
Adath Yeshurun's Four-Part Concert Series will con-
tinue on Saturday at 8 p.m., with a performance by
Yaco Chertman, composer and pianist, who flew in
from Lima, Peru to perform his only Miami concert at
the synagogue.
J. Tylee Wilson, chairman and executive officer ofR.J. Reynold* Industrie*, Inc
second from left, accepts Ike American Jewish Committee's first Louis E. Seid-
man Human Relations Award from Peter Strauss, President of the Seneeo Com
pony, second from right, at a tribute dinner held recently in New York City. At
far left is Dinner Chairman Jay Martin, Chairman of the Board and Chief Ei
ecutive Officer of Capital Cigar and Tobacco Co., Inc. and at far right. Theodorf
EUenoff. Chairman of the Board of Governors of the American Jewish Committee
Mr. Wilson was cited for his outstanding time and educational activities at the
dinner.
Lookstein To Three Hebrew University Professors
Speak At
Beth Israel
Attend Academic Conclave In China
Rabbi Haakel Lookstein
Rabbi Haakel Lookstein, presi-
dent of the New York Board of
Rabbis and author of the new
book. "Were We Our Brothers'
Keepers: The Public Response of
American Jews to the Holocaust,
1938-1944." will be guest speaker
at Beth Israel Synagogue's Sun-
day morning forum on Sunday, at
10 a.m. under the direction of
Rabbi Meir Felman.
Rabbi Lookstein will speak on
the book's theme which offers an
analysis on what American Jews
knew, what they were doing to
rescue European Jews during the
Holocaust, and what conditions
existed within the Jewish com-
munity that affected their
response.
Israel Emissary To
Speak At Temple Sinai
Temple Sinai will" continue its
Adult Education Program with
Reuven Lewis, Shaliach. Israeli
Emissary of the Reform Move-
ment in the Southeast, speaking
at the synagogue on Tuesday at
7:30 p.m. Mr. Lewis will give an
"Israeli update." focussing on
issues such as "Who is a Jew?"
and "The Status of Liberal
Judaism in Israel.
JERUSALEM (JTA) -
Three Hebrew I'niversity faculty
members have recently returned
from attending international con-
ferences in the People's Republic
of China a rarity for Israeli
academics.
The three are Prof Dan Yaalon
of the Department of Geology in
the Institute of Earth Sciences.
Dr. Doron Mendels of the Depart-
ment of History, and Philip Barak
of the Department of Soil and
Water Sciences in the Faculty of
Agriculture.
Yaalon. who is an expert on
loess soil, was invited to par
ticipate in an international con
ference on loess research held in
Xian. which is in the center of a
region of loess soil in China. A
number of experts on loess from
China and other nations par-
ticipated. Yaalon said that all of
the participants were aware that
he was from Israel and knew that
he had difficulties in obtaining a
visa.
HE CONTRASTED this with
the atmosphere in the Soviet
I'nion. where he also has visited.
He noted that, unlike the Soviet
I'nion. the stores in China have a
good selection of goods and there
are no lines to purchase items,
although pnces tend to be quite
high. He also was impressed by
the readiness of the Chinese to
talk about their country and
especially to criticise the "cultural
revolution "
The Chinese have many joint
projects with other countries, said
Yaalon. and there was even some
discussion during his stay there
about a possible joint project in
which he would be involved,
although it was made clear that
this could not be done directly but
would have to be channeled
through another country, possibly
Switzerland. Yaalon said he would
make every effort to try to bring
over to Israel a doctoral student
from China.
Mendels was invited to par
ticipate in a conference in China
organized by the City University
of New York It was held in the ci-
ty of Tayuan. located 300
kilometers southwest of Bejin^
and dealt with teaching methods
in higher education. According to
Mendels. the Chinese were quit*
interested about the Natal of
education in Israel The par
Ucipants in the confereno were
aware that he was from Israel.
although this was not particularly
stressed. Mendels said
HE SAID that in his cnvem-
Uons with political figures, he
sensed a certain hesitation st first
on their part, but after making
known their political view* the)
tended to open up a bit and the)
also revealed some kn<>*ledgt
about Israel. Mendels added thai
he got the impression that th
Chinese would be interested I
pragmatic ties with Israel wruch
they view as a model of develop-
ing country.
Journalists he met ir. Chin*
stressed that economic and
cultural ties between Israel and
China would have to precede for-
mal diplomatic ties. Mendeis said
that despite the large Mosles
population in China, he did not jet
the feeling that the Middle East
conflict particularly interested the
Chinese.
Jerry Gleekel. the Erec*tt*i
Director of the North***
Chamber of Commerr, *
Jewish activist, will be hn>**.
as 'Citizen of the Year-19*
at a luncheon on Friday. J**
U at noon at the Omm //<"


Presidents Club Re-Elects Goldberg
The Presidents Club of South
lorida has unanimously elected
Miami Beach civic leader Allen
[toldberg president for a second
inn.
The Club, which includes more
lan 100 presidents of social
dubs, condominiums and apart-
ment buildings in Dade and
Iproward Counties, also elected
lArchie Soroker. Irving Weinstock
land Max Kaplan as its three vice
[presidents. And publicist Gerald
[Schwartz was elected as public
rt'lations chairman.
Goldberg, a realtor, is the past
resident of the Miami Beach
av\c League. Presidents Council
of Miami Beach, and Temple
Emanu-EI's Men's Club. He also
served as chairman of Miami
Beach's Personnel Board and is
one of the founders of the city's
crime watch program.
Also elected were Emanuel
Fink as treasurer. Ida Forer as
recording secretary. Abe Siegel at
sergeant of arms. Lou Salter as
chaplain, and Hiram Goldstein as
parliamentarian.
The Presidents Club will meet
Tuesday at 7 p.m. at the Surfside
Community Center, and will
feature singer Pat Gayle, tenor
Alex Redhill. and nutritionist
Suzanne Hausmann.
SPECIALLY FOR
SINGLES
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often, and would en)oy meeting and corresponding with
someone In the srea. Write W.A. c/o Jewish Floridian,
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thirties. Write Box RE. c/o Jewish Floridian, P.O. Box
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brsins to beauty, affectionate nature and high metabo-
lism. Write W.T. c/o Jewish Floridian, P.O. Box 012973,
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Happenings Singles is having a singles party Friday,
"nuary 17 at 9 p.m. at the Diplomat Country Club. There
rill be dancing, live band, continuous hors d'oeuvres,
valet parking, gift drawings and surprises Admls
on Is $5.00. For more Information call Sharon Silver
385-1255
I love beaches, ballet, and the bubbly, but I can also enjoy
home Betamax. baseball, and beer. If you love any or all
of the above, or went to love someone who does write
land send a reason why I would want to meet you. Me, c/o
Jewish Floridian, P.O. Box 012973, Miami, Florida 33101.
-emale, teacher, twenties, loves dancing, movies,
iversatlon, travel, wants to meet interested outgoing
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Friday, January 17, 1986/ThWewish Floridian Page 7-B
The South Dade Jewish Com-
munity Center will launch a
new class, "Humor for Your
Health, on Tuesdays, beginn-
ing Jan. 28 from IS p.m. Girt
Bossak, social worker, part-
time teacher, and program
specialist, will instruct. The
series will run for eight weeks.
Young To Receive
'A Woman of
Valor' Award
Bra Young
Shaare Zedek Hospital in
Jerusalem will honor Bea Young
as A "Woman of Valor." at the
9th annual luncheon of the South
Florida Women's Committee on
Wednesday, at noon at Temple
Emanu-EI's Friedland Ballroom.
Young serves as vice-president
of the South Florida Women's
Committee, as well as having
served as chairman and co-
chairman for many fundraising
and luncheon events. Mrs. Young
also serves on the National Board
of Amit Women.
Rabbi Dr. Mordechai Kir
shblum, member of the executive
committee, will be guest speaker.
CAJE Forum
To Continue
Central Agency for Jewish
Education will continue its
Moadon Ivri-Hebrew Cultural
Forum on Tuesday, at 1:30 p.m. at
the Auditorium of the Miami
Beach Public Library.
Miriam Scheid-Ofseyer, poet,
critic, and teacher will examine
and discuss three poems dealing
with the pogroms in Kishinev in
the beginning of the 20th Cen-
tury, written by the Hebrew poet,
Chaim Nachman Bialik.
Cruises Offered From
Diplomat Marina
The "Spirit of Boston." a 600
passenger luxury dinner cruise
vessel has begun Florida opera-
tions from the Diplomat Hotel.
The ship, which was launched by
Cruise International is encourag-
ing group sales.
"The Spirit of the Diplomat" of-
fers three-hour lunch, dinner,
moonlight, and Sunday brunch
cruises, complete with food and
entertainment. The ship is docked
at the Diplomat West Marina.
Hollywood.
Young Presidents Club Presents 'Pairs'
Trumpets heralded the Young Presidents Club of Mount Sinai
Medical Center as Noah welcomed them aboard the ark for a
celebration of "PAIRS," the theme of their annual costume ex-
travaganza at the Doral Beach Hotel.
Chairmen of the event Mr. and Mrs. William (Jodi) Multack.
dressed as the stars and stripes, amd Mr. and Mrs. Dave (Marilyn)
Zinn, as Scarlett O'Hara and Rhett Butler, welcomed guests to
the tribute to twosomes. Co-chairmen Mr. and Mrs. Michael
(Margie) Blasberg and their Hosts and Hostesses Committee
which included Dr. and Mrs. Robert (Jill) Furlong, Dr. and Mrs.
David (Allyn) Kom, Mr. and Mrs. Richard (Marcelle) May, Mr.
and Mrs. Bruce (Ronnie) Singer and Dr. and Mrs. Leonard (Janis)
Toonkel worked tirelessly to assure the success of the evening.
Greeting the charming couples at the elaborate cocktail recep-
tion were Young Presidents Club Chairman Barton S. Goldberg,
dressed as a devil and his angelic wife, Sandy. Social Chairman
Les Klein and his wife. Carol Ann. donned white tie and tails in
contrast to Mount Sinai President Gary R. Gerson and wife, Nie-
ty, who opted for top hat and black tie. Prominent among those
attending the grand soiree were Foundation Director Ted Safian
and wife. Dee, along with Foundation Associate Director Norman
Schimelman and wife. Marjie, as well as YPC Coordinator Helen
Sirkin.
The Young Presidents Club membership ranks have doubled in
recent years and their projects and programs have increased in
size and scope. YPC Chairman Bart Goldberg said it best: "The
Young Presidents Club shares fellowship and supports Mount
Sinai by helping the people it serves."
The purpose of the Young Presidents Club programs is best
reflected in the Child Care Center for the children of Mount Sinai
employees. Located on the hospital grounds, the popularity of this
exemplary facility prompted an expansion program, doubling its
capacity to 100 children.
The Sons and Daughters Scholarship Awards program for
children of Mount Sinai employees provides financial assistance
to deserving students.
The first part of the audiovisual communications program (AV-
COM) is TV-3 which offers Mount Sinai patients a selection of
health care programs. Video visits, the second part of the closed
circuit television system, is based in the Abess Lounge and allows
patients who are unable to have visitors in their room to com-
municate with family and friends via the television screen and
telephones.
The Young Presidents Club funded the Institute of Sports
medicine, created a fitness trail on the grounds of the hospital and
sponsors CPR courses (Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation) for
members as well as the community.
Two Mount Sinais are better than one, so the group established
a satellite. Mount Sinai North, for the convenience of patients
who live in the North Dade area.
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When family or friends
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Na'amat U.&A. Chapters
"Mideast Update." is the topic
of Harriet Green's talk to the
Sharon Chapter of Na'amat I'SA
7:30 p.m. Thursday, in the Com-
munity Room of Four Freedoms
House
Green is national vice president
of the organization. She is also a
national board member of the
American Zionist Federation She
recently returned from the
Mideast
The latest movie on the projects
of Na'amat in Israel. "The Future
is Now will be shown. Charlotte
Cohen, acting president, is billing
the meeting as a rally for Israel
and the Jewish people and is urg-
ing the members and friends to
attend.
A musical program and fashion
show is on tap at the Monday. 1
p.m. meeting of the Chai Chapter
to be held at the Jefferson Hotel.
The mustcale will feature Jacob
Schogol at the piano and members
Sonia and Harry Fox. Rose Ger
shen. Rebecca Horowitz, Ger-
trude Mints. Max Friedman and
Title and Sol Winnick all
participating.
Knitted creations by President Amongst the relatives who will
Eva Kaufman, will be modeled. attend are her son and daugher-in-
_____ law Mr. and Mrs. George
.,-. ., ,o. Sassower of Westchester and
Eilat Chapter of Na amat USA ft** pv^e, fhm, daughter, of
will celebrate their 21st birthday Virginia.
Harriet Green
on Sunday. January 26 at noon at
the Shelborne Hotel.
At the dinner. Mrs. Helen
Sassower will be honored as
"Woman of the Year" for her
outstanding contributions to the
chapter and to underprivileged
children in Israel.
Engagement
DICK-GREENSTEIN
Rubin and Dorothy Bott. grandparents, and
Cynthia and William Pintzow. parents, announce
the engagement of Michelle Donna Dick to Alan
Greenstein. son of Dudley and Edith Greenstein.
of White Plains. New York.
Both Miss Dick and Mr. Greenstein are lawyers
in the public defender's office. Miss Dick's hobbies
include water sports and tennis and jogging Mr
Greenstein's hobbies are basketball. Softball, and
football.
The wedding date is set for March 22. with Dr
Sol Landau, officiating.
.Miami dentist*. Dr. Morton Rosenbluth. left, and Dr. Lawrence
Knune attended the 78th annual Alpha Omega International
Dental Fraternity Convention \n Boston, last week to honor Dr.
Mark Nashpitz. center, a Soviet dentist and former Prisoner of
Conscience and Refusenik. The fraternity was instrumental in
Sashpxtz' attaining At* exit n*a after a li year struggle for
freedom.
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Dade South Region Women's American ORT
honored attorneys Ira and Marvin Kurzban
for their outstanding community activities,
with a Tribute Dinner at the Grand Bay
Hotel. Flanking the Kurzban brothers are
Dinner Chairman Steffi Cohen. South Dade
Region President Laurel Shapiro. Reg\n :.
ecutire Committee Chairman Adneaaj
Tabin; Loisbeth Emanuei. associaU Unner
chairman and from ORT District 17 prtti-
dent Pepi Dunay and Capital Fund.- <'hair-
man Gloria Chekanow.
City of Hope
Luncheon Features
Dr. Shapero
Dr. Sanford M. Shapero
The City of Hopes Chief Ex
ecutive Officer. Dr. Sanford M
Shapero will speak at a noon lun-
cheon meeting of the City of
Hope's President's Council this
Friday at the Hollywood Hilton
Hotel.
Dr. Shapero will provide an up-
date on major achievements of the
national medical center and its
Beckman Research Institute
Miami's Rhoda Erlich. president
of the Council and a member of
the national board of directors
commented. "We are extremely
pleased to have such a
knowledgeable spokesman as Dr.
Shapero. a former Miamian. here
to discuss plans for the medical
center and the research
institute."
Matt HaimoviU. 15-year old
Israeli cellist and protege oflt-
thak Perlman. will return to
Miami to perform on Sunday
at i p.m. in the Sanctuary to
lend off the first sensor of Tern-

concert tenet.
MJHHA To Break Ground
For Stein Commons Building
Groundbreaking ceremonies for
the Louis and Bess Stem Com
mons Building will take place on
Jan 26. at 11 am on the Douglas
Gardens campus of the Miami
Jewish Home and Hospital for the
Aged
This unique, three story
building endowed by Miami Beach
residents Louis arid Bess Stein,
has been specially designed :
house the staff and services.
The first floor of the Steir. I
mons Building will house the Got
don Ambulatory Health Center It
will have mnplatS suites
radiology, laboratory, treatment
and exam rooms as well as
medical offices for the
specialties to be offered by physi-
cians at the Center
The second and third floors will
house the Stein (ien>n to logical In
stitute's research and training
staff and the equipment for a
state-of-the-art teaching nursing
facility. Classrooms and lecture
halls for the Miami Jawiah Homes
Nurse Aide Training School.
Human Factors eng.neennj
leaearch facilities and I micro-
environment for robotics researdi
will be included.
Miami Jewish Hone sub-
sidiaries such as Channeling and
Project Independence thai pro-
vide at home care for the frail
elderly will also be permanently
housed in the Stem I mmom
Building.
The Stein Building is being boil
as part of the Miami Jea iafi Hone
and Hospital's five year ill
million capital expansion project
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Friday, January 17, 1986/The Jewish Floridian Page 9-B
Young Presidents Club of Mount Sinai Medical
Center Presents "Pairs"
fr. and Mrs. Gary R. (Niety) Gerson.
Mr. and Mrs. Dave (Marilyn) '/Ann. Mr. and Mrs.
Les (Carol Ann) Klein, Mr. and Mrs. William Uodil
Multack, Chairmen of "PAIRS," the Young
Presidents Club of Mount Sinai Medical Center
annual costume ball
Dr. and Mrs. Fred (Mickey) Rosenbloom.
K
fr. and Mrs. Martin (Gladys) Gelb.
y
V
Mr. and Mrs. Michael (Margie) Bias berg. Dr. and
Mrs. Avery (Barbara) Wirtchafter, Dr. and Mrs.
David (Allyn) Korn. _____
Mr. and Mrs. Keith (Claudia) Kovens.
v J
)eorge (Barbara) Bergmani
1 (Amy) Rose, Mr. and Mrs Standi Minam SegalL Sheri-Ann Sendzischeu, Mr ""SJ** B*rt ?*^ Goldber' Mr and Mrs
* Bonnie Albert, Ana Weissman, Rachel Konover, Bruce Monme) Singer.
Faye Goldin. Kneeling: Dr. Peter SegalL Dr. Harry
Sendzischeu: Dr. Gerald Alberg, Dr. Steven D.
Weissman, Ted Konover, Sid Goldin.
)r. Daniel Kane, Jill Osbrach.
Dr. and Mrs. Leonard (Janis) ToonkeL
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth (Pom) Duboff, Mr. and Mrs.
Marc (Bunny) Brumer.
fr. and Mrs. Robert (Nancy) Frehling, Dr. and
trs. Morton (Jane) Robinson.
Leonard Schwartz, Ellen Feldman.
Mr. and Mrs. Saul (Dalia) Glottman, Dr. and Mrs.
Jack (Linda) Mandowsky.
\

fr. and Mrs. Donald (Barbara) Kaufman,
Standing: Mr. and Mrs. Tom (Susan) Glick, Mr. | gf
and Mrs. Andrew (Margaret) Adler, Mr. and Mrs. \fr and Mrs. Larry (Eileen) Cohen
Mark (Bonnie) Blank, Richard Goldberg.
Kneeling: Dr. and Mrs. Arthur (Sari) A gas ton, Mr. _
and Mrs. Louis (Ellen) Wolf son, Jane Goldberg. jp .,.
fr. and Mrs. Leslie (Lauren) Rosen, Dr. and Mrs.
Up (Barbara) Amazon.
The Department of Pathology and Laboratory
Services.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard (Marcelle) Max.


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I
Jeb Bush
Continued from Page 3-B
Klux Klan-oriented groups.'-
There are a lot of sick people in I
this country, according to Bush, '
hut taking the entire population
into consideration, the problem is ,
minor.
There have been anti-Semitic |
groups in this country for a long
time." he said. There are anti-
Tatholic groups some of which
I" ve seen are pretty active right in
this community. There are groups
that have these same two feelings
that want to overthrow the
government. This stuff exists."
WHAT ABOIT when people
start arming themselves?
"I'm concerned about it. 1 don't
want to lead you to believe I'm not
concerned about it. I am saying
there's an increase in it. First of
all. the leaders of these groups are
sick, crazies, and they're taking
advantage of severe economic
hardship where people can't
understand why they have to suf-
fer. So they blame the federal
government, and they blame some
type of conspiracy involving the
'international Jewish banking in-
terests,' you know, all this weird
stuff. I remember in 1980 when
my dad ran for President, he got
some of this stuff. It's when peo-
ple can't find answers to their
questions, they try to find the
most bizarre conspiracy."
Speaking of his dad's presiden-
tial campaign, is the Vice Presi-
dent making any plans for 1988?
"He says it's too early to make
the final decision about whether
or not he's running, but I believe
he's going to run. Given the
nature of the pressure of politics
and how you have to start so early
now. he's resigned himself to the
fact that he has to do certain
things now that will allow him to
run if he decides to do it."
What things?
"Form a political action com-
mittee, hire political consutants
who are well respected: this will
send out a signal that he's con-
sidering running, so that potential
supporters of his would not go to
some other candidate. If he didn't
do anything, the thinking on the
subject is that you've taken
yourself out of the action. You
have to play the preliminary game
to make it to the semi-finals."
BUSH SAID his father is in
"excellent health" and is a "great
athlete" with the "endurance of a |
marathon runner."
Does Jeb Bush have political
aspirations of his own?
After 1 take care of my fami-
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"ego and political ambitions which
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ward. Before that moment. "I
need to make sure my family's
taken care of so that if I happen to
get lucky enough to get elected to
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And he'll continue to sell
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Synopsis Of The Weekly Torah Portion
"And ye shall eat it in haste it it the Lord's passover"
(Exodus It. I If.
. "The Lord smote all the first-born in the land of Egypt"
(Exodus 1S.S9).
BO
BO God sent Moses to Pharaoh once more with the following
words: "Go in unto Pharaoh and tell him: "... If thou
refuse to let My people go, behold, tomorrow will I bring locusts
unto thy border' (Exodus 10.1-J,). Pharaoh would not be moved.
Then God punished Egypt with a thick darkness. Yet Pharaoh re-
mained adamant. Finally, Moses warned the King of Egypt that
(kid would send the most fearful plague on all. the death of all the
first-born in the land, both of men and beasts. The Israelites were
given the ordinance of the Passover, so named because God pass-
ed over the homes of the Israelites when he killed the first-born of
the Egyptians, on midnight of the fifteenth day of the first month
(Nissan). Pharaoh was shaken, at last. He sent the children of
Israel from the land. They consisted of "about six hundred thou-
sand men on foot, beside children." In their haste to leave Egypt,
the Israelites baked matzoh from dough that was not leavened!
Hence the prohibition against eating leavened bread on Passover.
(TIM r*cMMftfl of the Waekly Portia* of mo Low to t.tr.ttto and biuo
upon "Tha Orapn.c History of KM Jowis* Harltaoe." odltod by >. WWImjn
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Lane. N.w Yor*. N.Y. UHOt Jotown Set!Ian, to arestdaet of KM society dls
tnbuttno MM vbtomo.)
tabbi Horowitz Visits Miami Beach
Rofeh International is sponsor-
: Grand Rabbi Levi I. Horowitz.
rho has served as spiritual leader
the New England Chassidic
?nter for more than 40 years, to
i'ak on Miami Beach on Sunday
11 a.m. at the home of Pro-
tssor and Mrs. Jaquin Bierman.
Rabbi Horowitz is international-
known for his Reach-Out Pro-
im to alienated Jewish college
udents and the creation of the
)feh Network, whereby the
-ioualy ill are welcomed to the
ston area to seek treatment.
Tu B'Shevat
Performance
In observance of Tu B'Shevat.
fgm Year of the Trees, the Sunny
sruors will present their version
' the parable "The Giving Tree,"
the students at the Temple
Kendall Nursery School on
jesday at 11 a.m.
I The cast of characters includes.
Iloria Boas, The Tree; Norman
ssenberg. Narrator; and Girt
>ssak, commentator and drama
rtor.
Ruth Brotman
[Celebrates Birthday
Ruth Brotman. South Florida
noneer and Miami Beach im-
presario is celebrating her 92nd
birthday. Mrs. Brotman is a
linger and Laureate of Music and
ne of the founding members of
temple Emanu-El, Hadassah,
*ioneer Women, and Miami
Jewish Home and Hospital for the
red, among others.
Rabbi Levi I. Horowitz
Macy's To
Sponsor Lecture
Macys will sponsor two lecture
programs on Monday and
Wednesday beginning at 11 a.m.
at Macy's Aventura in the Special
Events Center on the store's
lower mall level.
The Monday program will be
presented by Randi Adler. MSW.
LCSW. a clinical staff therapist
for Jewish Family Service of
Greater Miami. The program is
entitled, "Getting Your Point
Across."
Adrienne Michaels MSW, also
from the service will speak on
Wednesday on, "Growing Old
Gracefully."
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Bar/ Bat Mitzvah
MARC BRIAN GENDLER
Marc Brian Gendler, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Manuel Gendler will be
called to the Torah as Bar Mitzvah
on Saturday at 8:30 am. at Adath
Yeshurun.
The celebrant is a student at the
Adath Yeshurun Pre-
Confirmation class and is active in
USY.
Marc attends Highland Oaks
Junior High School where he is in
the eighth grade. He is a member
of the Junior Boxing League
(Allen Park) North Miami Beach
Parks and Recreation. Marc at-
tended Hillel Community Day
School during elementary school.
Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Gendler
wil host the Kidduah for the Con-
gregation following the service
and Mr. and Mrs. Moises
Kovalskis will host the luncheon
for family and friends after the
Kidduah in honor of the occasion.
Special guests will include Mr.
and Mrs. Moises Kovalskis, Mrs.
Eva Gendler, grandparents; Mrs.
Golde Kubiliun and family, aunt;
Mrs. Ziba Bitton and family, aunt;
Mrs. Doris Nylinarsky and family,
aunt; and Mrs. Rose Chapman and
family, aunt
SEAL RICHARD BERMAN
Neal Richard Berman, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Berman, will
be called to the Torah as Bar Mitz-
vah on Saturday at Shabbat ser-
vices at Temple Beth Sholom.
Rabbis Leon Kroniah. Gary
Glickstein, Harry Jolt and Paul
Caplan will officiate.
Neal is a student of the Confir-
mation Class of 5748.
EDWARD WEINSTEIN
Edward Weinstein, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Leonard Weinstein, will
be called to the Torah as a Bar
Mitzvah on Saturday at 10:30 at
Temple Sinai of North Dade.
RACHEL GOLDBERG
Rachel Sherry Goldberg,
daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Lee
Dresden Goldberg, will present a
Torah discussion as she becomes a
Bat Mitzvah on Sunday, at the
Eden Roc Hotel.
Rachel has been on the Hebrew
and English honor rolls every year
at the Hebrew Academy, where
she is now in the seventh grade.
She was secretary-treasurer of
the elementary school. Rachel also
takes courses for gifted children
at Miami Dade Community Col-
lege, and she has been chosen to
participate in the Duke University
Talent Search.
A party for family and
classmates will follow.
A
Steffi Cohen (left) and Elinor
Glassman are co-chairmen for
the Temple Israel Sisterhood
William Haber Art Auction,
taking place at the Temple on
Saturday, Feb. 8. The exhibi-
tion will be from t-7:S0 p.m.
with cocktails at 7:30 and the
auction beginning at 8 p.m.
Graphic art and Drawings
will be featured as well as
pieces by old masters.
Synagogue
Listing
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5:33 p.m.
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1025 NE Miami Gardens Drive
North Miami Bo.ch 947 1435
Rabbi Stmcha Freedman
Cantor Ian Alpam Conservative
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5*50 N Kendall Or
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Or. HovDOft BreHNn0e)rd
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1701 Washington Avenue ,'Jh
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Or Irving Lehrman. Rabbi
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Page 12-B The Jewish Floridian/Friday, January 17, 1986
Catholic University Student Ends 25-Day
Hunger Strike On Behalf
Of A Soviet Refusenik
By JUDITH KOHN
WASHINGTON (JTA) -
Lisa F'aul. a University of Min
nesota senior who grew up a
Catholic in Appleton. Wise., end
ed a 3 day hunjfer strike last
week that she hefjan on behalf of
Boris! Jewish refusenik. Inna
Msiimn. who has been denied a
visa to go to the West for treat
menl of cancer.
Paul. 24, fought hack tears ai
she told of her friendship with
Meiman and other refuseniks and
dissidents at a Capitol press con
ferenct- sponsored by the I'nion of
Councils for Soviet Jews and
hosted bjf Sen. Paul Simon (D..
111.).
The young woman, whose major
is Russian studies, spent two
years in the Soviet Union as a
domestic taking care of children
She said she met Meiman. 54. a
former professor of English, when
she sought a tutor in the Russian
language.
PAUL SAID she undertook her
hunger strike, with the reluctant
approval of Meiman. in the hope it
would arouse awareness of
Meiman's case. If nothing else,
she said, it may have offered her a
spark of hope.
Meiman first applied for a visa
to go to Israel in 1979. It was
denied initially on grounds that
she had no close relatives there.
More recently she was informed
she could not leave the USSR
because her mathematician hus-
band. Naum Meiman. 74. was
privy to classified information
which made her a security risk.
Meiman s classified work ended
in 1955 when he left the Institute
of Physical Problems at the Soviet
Academy of Science. He main
tains it involved pure
mathematics which has long ceas
ed to have any significance in
security matters.
He has obtained the signature of
the director of the Institute of
Theoretical and Experimental
Physics, where he worked until
1975 when he was fired after
applying for an exit visa to Israel
on a certificate confirming that
he was involved only in abstract
mathematics and that the results
of his work have been published in
Soviet scientific journals.
THE CERTIFICATE was also
signed by the secretary of the
local Communist Party branch
and the head of the local trade
union, but to no avail.
Two years ago. Inna Maiman
discovered a cancerous growth in
the muscle tissue of her neck. She
has undergone four major opera-
tions. Soviet doctors told her fur-
ther surgery was unfeasible. Her
condition deteriorated.
In a CBS-TV videotape inter
view arranged by Paul when she
was in Moscow last summer.
Meiman said the tumor, diagnosed
as sarcoma of the soft tissues, was
dangerously close to her brain and
spine. She said treatment by non-
surgical means, such as radiation.
was obtainable only in the West.
Her husband, meanwhile, wrote
an open letter to Soviet leader
Mikhail Gorbachev last October
about his wife's condition. As a
consequence, she was invited to
receive treatment by cancer
clinics in Sweden, France, the
United States and Israel.
authorities that she would need a
note from the Health Ministry
confirming that she required
treatment abroad. But Health
Ministry officials said they were
forbidden to issue such
statements. Since Paul returned
to the U.S. six months ago she has
written letters to Congressmen
and Reagan Administration of-
ficials, including Vice President
George Bush, on behalf of
Meiman.
Concluding that she had ex-
hausted all other options, she
decided to undertake a S*li flaj
hunger strike to focus not only on
Inna Meimans struggle but the
issue it represents. She won her
friend's reluctant approval in a
telephone conversation and subse-
quently in a letter urging that she
fast not just for her personally but
for the cause of all refuseniks.
Paul said she prepared for her
fast by gradually reducing her
food intake. During the 25 days
she went without food but did con-
sume fruit juices and vitamins.
Her fast, she said, was far less
dramatic than the one undertaken
by the most famous Soviet dissi-
dent, Nobel Laureate Andrei
Sakharov, who drank only water
during several prolonged hunger
strikes on behalf of his wife.
Yelena Bonner, who was in
urgent need of treatment for eye
and heart ailments.
SAKHAROV WAS successful;
Bonner was issued a 90-day exit
visa. She was to undergo heart
surgery at Massachusetts General
Hospital this week.
In addition to Simon and Sen.
Jewish Personalities
Lectures Continue
As a continuation of the lecture
series. Great Jewish Personalities
from Biblical Times to Modern
Times, the Miami Beach Jewish
Community Center will host the
third lecture on Great Jewish Per-
sonalities of the Hasidic Era with
Rabbi Dr. and Mrs. Meir Felman
presenting the next lecture
Wednesday at 10 a.m. at the
center.
Glick Joins Law Firm
Joe Glick has joined the law
firm of Rossman. Baumberger
and Pelts, P.A. as an associate.
The announcement was made by a
founding partner of the firm.
Charles Baumberger.
Gary Hart (D.. Colo.), both of
whom visited Meiman in Moscow.
Paul's press conference was at-
tended by other members of Con
gress and by the daughter of
Meimans husband. Olga Plum, a
resident of Colorado. The press
conference was addressed by
William Taylor, director of the
Center for National Policy Review
at Catholic University Law School
in Washington. D.C.
Taylor who met with Meiman
and her husband, speculated that
the Soviets might be content to let
her die He said the couple had
contemplated a hunger strike of
their own but decided it would be
ineffective.
Obrentz Nominated
For Who's Who
Pauline Obrentz. president of
35 years for Pauline Obrentz In-
teriors, Inc. has been nominated
for "Who's Who of American
Women." for her achievements in
the field of interior design.
Her credentials include
membership in the American
Society of Interior Design, the
National Home Fashions League,
and the American Association of
University Professors.
Traditional Seder
At Hebrew Academy
The traditional To ti S>hevat
Seder will be presented at the
Rabbi Alexander S. Gross Hebrew
Academy PTA annual luncheon
on Wednesday at noon.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Rackman.
parents of Academy students and
active members of the school's
Board of Directors, will host the
affair at their home.
Temple Emanu-El
To Honor
Young Celebrants
A group of Bar Mitzvah and Bat
Mitzvah celebrants of 1985-86 will
be honored at the 9 a.m. service
on Saturday at Temple Emanu-El.
Dr. Irving Lehrman. Temple
Rabbi, will address the approx-
imately 50 young adults and
dedicate the service to them. The
group will chant in unison from
the Torah at 10 a.m. and later will
be guests at a luncheon with
parents and friends at Sirkin Hall.
Cassel Appointed To Hospital
Cost Containment Board
Marwin S. Cassel. Miami part-
ner of the law firm of Broad and
Cassel. has been appointed by
Governor Bob Graham to succeed
City of Miami Commissioner.
Rosario Kennedy, as a member of
the Hospital Cost Containment
Board. -The board helps assure
that adequate health care is affor-
dable and accessible to all citizens
of the State, and to advise the
legislature concerning health
costs.
Cassel is a member of the Na-
tional Democratic Committee
Finance Council, a director and
treasurer of the Downtown
Business Council, director of
Friends of Arts at the Lowe
Gallery at UM.
He is a former member of the
National Democratic Committee
Judicial Council, as well as a
member and co-chairman of the
Miami Beach Redevelopment
Authority.
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FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OVEN
that the undersigned, desiring to
engage in business under the fie
titioui name Expositions
Unlimited at 14411 S. Dixie
Highway. Miami. Fla 33176 in
tends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida.
Saul Mandell
19642 January 17. 24,31;
February 7.1986
Attorney Leater Rogers
Residents of the Sen- Human condominium m North Warn
Beach recently celebrated Israel's 3?th birthday a* a nation /ur.
in<; a Wight for Israel festive program. Under the a .
the Greater Miami Israel Bond Organization, th proem
featured entertainment by A merwan~Jeun*h Folk Uumoritt Ed-
die Schaffer and the Sev Horizons Choral Group. Dunng tht
celebratum. Schaffer. left, presented Arthur Schioss th> l]mjei
Freedom Award for hi* seriice as chairman of the event and tkt
New Horizon Israel Bond Committee. With Schioss at th, prim
tatum is his wife.
PAUL DESCRIBED a
Catch 22 situation. She said
Meiman was told by Soviet visa
Kaplan Elected
LITTLE ROCK, Ark (JTA) -
Philip Kaplan has been elected
president of the Jewish Federa-
tion of Little Rock, succeeding
Bruce Thalhaimer. Jr.
PUBLIC NOTICE
"Tht annual report of Victor
Posner Foundation. Inc. is
available for public inspection at
017 Office Building. 6917 Coaans
Avenue. Miami Beach. Fl
866-7771, for 180 days from this
date. January 17.1986.
19644 January 17.1986
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
Civil Action No: 86-AI60H
IN RE THE MARRIAGE OF
OLIVE CROSBY
and
CECIL CROSBY
TO: CECIL CROSBY
24 MmstreaJ Street
Kingston 12. Jamaica
A PetiUon for Dissolution of yt>ur
Mamage has been filed in this
court and you are required to serve
a copy of your written defenses on
Alec Roas. attorney for Petitioner
at 16400 N E 19 Ave Miami. Fla
and file the original with the clerk
of the above court on or before
February |] I'M*,, otherwise a
lefault will he entered against you
listed in Miami on January 14.
RICHARD BRISKER
Clerk
Dade County Florida
By J Byron
As Deputy < "leek
(Circuit Court Seal I
January 11 14 II
February 7 I**
IN THE CIRCUIT COl'RT FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Naasher 86-102
Dimiioi 03
IN RE ESTATE OF
GUNTHER
HERGER8HAU8BN
Deceased
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
(Floods Bar No. 046326)
The administration of the estate
of GUNTHER HERGER
SHAl'SEN. deceased File
Number 86-102. is pending in the
ircuit Court for Dade County
Florida. Probate I h vision, the
address of which is 73 West
Flagter Street. Miami. Florida
The names and addresses of toe
personal representative and the
personal representative'* attorney
are set forth below
All interested persons are
required to file with this court.
WITHIN THEE MONTHS OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE ill all claims
against the estate and (2) any
objection by an interested person
on whom this notice was served
that challenges the validity of the
will, the qualifications of toe
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 January 17, 1986
Personal Representative
Alan R Lorber
1111 Lincoln Road. Suite 680
Miami Beach. Florida 33139
Attorney for PeraonaJ Rcpre
sentative
ALAN K LORES*. PA
1111 Uneoaa Bane, Raate 680
Miami Beat*. Flareta 31139
Telephone <3na)ae>V14Sl
19646 JaaawylT.X4.19M
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME l.A
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, desirr^ hi
engage in buaineas under the fie
titious name Roommate Services
at 4694 Palm Are Htaiear Fla
intends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Conrt of
Dade County. Floods
JEAN KULLER
19621 January 10. 17. 24.31.1988
IN THE CIRCUIT COl'RT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
CsmNs. Se-3S212('A 21
NOTICE OF ACTION
FEDERAL NATIONAL M'KT
GAGE ASSOCIATION, s United
States Corporation.
Plaintiff.
v
ELIZABETH BAKKM'S I* KIIZ
and JOSE MARIA RUB her hu
band. ROBERTO BIBEI I
ANGEL ALONSO. ai
unknown spouse*, heir*. aV
grantees, creditors, or other par
ties claiming by. through under of
against them. LAKES 01
MEADOW IAITII
MAINTENANCE ASS'. IA
THIN. INC s FToodacorpora-.k*.
and ANDREW MARTIN and
DALI MARTIN, his wifr
Defendants
To: Elisabeth Ha/nos. Dr Kuu
Joae Maria Run. her husband.
Roberto SebeJen. unknown, and
Angel Alonao. whose resided .?
A v Anai Edte Oaths P H Bek
Campo. Caracas. 1060 Venezuela,
and the unknown parties who Bay
be spouses, heirs. deviee
grantees, assignees. Itaaors,
creditors, trustees and all parties
claiming interest by, through
under or against said Defendant*
who are not known to be dead or
alive, and all parties ha*in*
claiming to have any right tit* at
interest in the property herein
described
YiH ARE NOTIFIED ths: sr
action to forerkiae a aaWtfafi
the following property in Idf
C.Kinty, Florida
Lot 5. in Block 9. of LAh I
THE MEADOW SECTION < N1
according to the Plat ther.
recorded in Plat Book 118 at I **
7. of the Public Records of I**
County. Florida,
has been filed against you I
are required to serve a
your written defenses, if any U I
on Barry S Yarchin. Esquire of
RoarnuSal a Yardun. PA M
torneys for Plaintiff. Suit- -
3060 Biaraynt Boulevard. Mumi.
Florida 33137. on or Dnfort
January 31. 1986. and to file the
original with the Clark of thu
Court either before service cm
MainufTs attorneys or immediate
ly thereafter, otherwiat. a defsuK
wiH be entered against you for the
relief demanded m the Complaint
WITNESS my hand and eaJ '
this Court on December 26. 1**-'
RICHARD P BRINKEK
Clark
By: DC Bryant
Deputy Clerk
1960S JaaaasryS. 10. 17.24. 19S


Friday, January 17, 1986/The Jewish Floridian Page 13-B
iblic Notices
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
ai the undersigned, desiring to
igage in business under the fie
ti..us nuw ATLANTIK BEACH
_)TEL. st 1150 S.W. 72nd
jrenue. Miami. Florida 33126. in-
nds to register said name with
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
I County. Florida.
Sun k Sea Estates. Ltd.
Lucaya. Grand Bahama. Island
Bahamas
.14 January 10. 17. 24. 31. 1966
In the circuit court of
[he eleventh judicial
| circuit of florida. in
and for dade county
GENERAL
JURISDICTION
DIVISION
Case No. K5-44447 (A-01
NOTICE OF ACTION
IERIFIRST FEDERAL
1 VINOS AND LOAN
|80< IATION.
*lainUff
ICHAELJ OROURKE.
[al..
efendants.
tEAT AMERICAN MOR
sack corporation:
Trues-Plaintiff.
It'HAEL J OROURKE and
IILIP J. REICHENTHAL.
I trustee.
C ross- Defendants
MICHAEL J O'ROURKE
3168 Canton Hwy.
Marietta, GA 30066
rol ARE NOTIFIED that an
>n for Foreclosure of Mortgage
the following described
?pertV
23. in Block 4. of FAIRWAY
kZA. according to the Plat
of. as recorded in Plat book
at Page 33. of the Public
ords of Dade County. Florida.
i been filed against you and you
required to serve a copy of
written defenses, if any. to it.
ISheppard Faber. Attorney for
kintiff whose address is Suite
r. 1570 Madruga Avenue. Coral
s. Florida. 33146 on or before
31. 1986. and file the
:inaJ with the Clerk of this
either before service on
naff attorney or immediately
r. otherwise a default will
entered against you for the
ef demanded in the complaint
WITNESS my hand and the seal
this Court this 26 day of
ember. 1986
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk of the Court
By DC. Bryant
As Deputy Clerk
I Januarys. 10.17.24. 1986
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
IE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
:iK( I IT OF FLORIDA IN
LND FOR DADS COUNTY
iENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
Caa* N> St-49780 CA-28
NOTICE OF ACTION
002481
WEST AVENUE
JRPORATION.
laintiff
ILOS RODRIGUEZ, et ux.. et
efendants
CARLOS RODRIGUEZ and
IA RODRIGUEZ, his wife
1250 West Avenue
No 12-F
[Miami Beach. Florida 33139
1)1' ARE NOTIFIED that an
i for Foreclosure of Mortgage
I the following described
erty
PX 12 F in BAY GARDEN
NOR CONDOMINIUM,
Jrding to the Declaration
ded in Official Records Book
}l st Page 2436. of the Public
rds of Dade County. Florida.
en filed against you and you
quired to serve a copy of
} written defenses, if any. to it.
Iheppard Faber. Attorney for
ptiff, whose address is Suite
1570 Madruga Avenue, Coral
' M, Florida. 33146 on or before
14. 1986 and file the
ruu with the Clerk of this
either before service on
puffs attorney or immediately
Tier, otherwise s default will
ntered against you for the
f demanded in the complaint
TNESS my hand and the seal
hi- court this 6th day of
1986
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk of the Court
By DC. BRYANT
As Deputy Clerk
January 10. 17. 24. 31. 1986
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
Case No. 86-47846 CA-13
NOTICE OF ACTION
002481
FEDERAL NATIONAL MORT
GAGE ASSOCIATION, an
association organized and existing
under the laws of the United
States of America.
Plaintiff
vs.
JOEL INZINA. et ux.. et al .
Defendants.
TO: JOEL INZINA and
FRANCES INZINA. his wife and
THOMAS A. PRENTISS and
ADDETTE PRENTISS f/k/a
ADDETTE DIE JOIA. his wife
Residence Unknown
If alive, and if dead. aQ parties
claiming interest by. through,
under or against JOEL INZINA
and FRANCES INZINA. his wife
and THOMAS A. PRENTISS and
ADDETTE PRENTISS f/k/a
ADDETTE DIE JOIA. his wife,
and all parties having or claiming
to have any right, title or interest
in the property herein described.
You are hereby notified that an
action to foreclose a mortgage on
the following property in DADE
County. Florida. Unit 12. Building
11. in HERON AT THE
HAMMOCKS, s Condominium.
the Declaration of which was
recorded August 30. 1982. under
Clerk's File No 82R-107385. and
in Official Records Book 11542. at
Page 2022. of the Public Records
of Dade County. Florida, together
with an undivided interest in the
common elements appurtenant
thereto set forth in said
Declaration, has been filed against
you and you are required to serve a
copy of your written defenses, if
any. to it on Sheppard Faber.
Attorney for Plaintiff, whose
address is Suite 214. 1570
Madruga Avenue. Coral Gabies.
Florida, 33146 on or before
February 14. 1986. and file the
original with the deric of this court
either before service on Plaintiffs
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 this court this 6th day of
January. 1984.
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk of the Court
By DC BRYANT
As Deputy Clerk
19625 January 10.17. 24. 31. 1986
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
Case No. 85-490*6 C A -29
NOTICE OF ACTION
082481
FEDERAL NATIONAL MORT
GAGE ASSOCIATION, an
association organised and existing
under the laws of the United
States of America.
Plaintiff
i.
MAX A LOPEZ, et ux.. et al..
Defendants
TO: MAX A LOPEZ and
CLEOPATRA LOPEZ, his wife
764 S.W 97th Place Circle
Miami. Florida 33174
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an
action for Foreclosure of Mortgage
on the following described
property:
Lot 68. Block 2. LES CHALETS
II. according to the Plat thereof, as
recorded in Plat Book 119. st Page
26. of the Public Records of Dade
County. Floods, has been filed
against you and you are required
to serve s copy of your written
defenses, if any. to it, on Sheppard
Faber, Attorney for PlainUff.
whose address is Suite 214. 1670
Madruga Avenue, Coral Gables.
Florida. 33146 on or before
February 14. 1986 and file the
original with the Clerk of this
Court either before service
Plaintiffs 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 this court this 6th day of
January, 1986.
RICHARD P BRINKKK
As Clerk of the Court
By D.C BRYANT
As Deputy Clerk
MM January 10. 17. 24. :tl. 1986
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, desiring to
""gage in business under the fie
titious name Party Line Foods at
17531 NE 7 PI.. Miami, Fl. 3362 in-
tends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida.
JACK ROTHOLZ
19522 January 10. 17. 24. 31. 1986
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
Caae No. 86-00081
FAMILY DIVISION
FL BAR 368016
In re the mamage of
SUSAN L. ROLLE
PeUtioner
and
NAPOLEON ROLLE
Respondent
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: NAPOLEON ROLLE.
P.O. Box 294.
Freeport. Bahamas
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an
action for dissolution of mamage
has been filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses upon: I. J.
GRAFF. ESQ. attorney for Peti-
tioner, whose address is 638 N.E.
167 St N.M.B Florida 38162. on
or before February 14. 1986. and
file the original with the clerk of
this court otherwise a default will
be entered against you.
DATED: January 2. 1986.
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk of the Court
By: K. Seifried
As Deputy Clerk
'520 January 10. 17. 24. 31. 1986
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Nassber 86-10622
Division 04
IN RE ESTATE OF
SARAH CELIA KORN.
a/k/a CEIL KORN.
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING
CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
AGAINST THE ABOVE
ESTATE:
Within three months from the
time of the first publication of this
notice you are required to file with
the clerk of the Circuit Court of
DADE County. Florida, Probate
Division, the address of which is 73
W. Flagier St.. Miami. Fl. 33130 a
written and verified statement of
any daim or demand you may have
against the estate of SARAH
CELIA KORN. a/k/a CEIL
KORN. deceased.
Each claim must be in writing
and must indicate the basis for the
daim, is not yet due, the date when
it will become due shall be stated
If the daim is contingent or unli-
quidated, the nature of the uncer-
tainty shall be stated If the daim
is secured, the security shall be
described. The claimant shall
deliver a copy of the daim to the
derk who shall serve the copy on
the personal representative
ALL CLAIMS AND DEMANDS
NOT SO FILED WILL BE
FOREVER BARRED
Dated December 20. 1985
Attorney for Estate
HERBERTJ LERNER
ATTORNEY AT LAW
801 ARTHUR GODFREY ROAD
MIAMI BEACH. FLORIDA 33140
Telephone: (305) 673-3000
19515 January 10. 17. 1986
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
N0T1CI IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, desiring to
engage in business under the fic-
titious name BETTY'S DAY
CARE HOME at 995 S.W. 75th
A v.- Miami. Ft 33144 intends to
register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade Coun-
ty. Florida
BEATRIZ BELLO
995 S.W. 75th Avenue
Miami. Florida 33144
19500 Januarys. 10. 17. 24. 1986
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, desiring to
engage in business under the fic-
titious name BEST BUDGET
PLAN INC. also BEST BUDGET
PLAN OPERATING ACCOUNT
at 696 NW 116th St Miami FIs
33168 intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade Countv. Florida.
WILLIAM CAR.MEL,
President
I9:>11 January li. 10, 17. 24. 198.1
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Nassber 86-10776
Di vis ion (03)
IN RE: ESTATE OF
JULIO CARITY.
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
JULIO CARITY. deceased. File
Number 85-10776, is pending in
the Circuit Court for Dade County.
Florida. Probate Division, the
address of which is 73 West
Flagier Street. Miami. Florida
33130. The personal
representative of the estate is
BRENDA CARITY KIRSNER.
whose address is 10130 Southwest
91st Terrace. Miami, Florida
33176 The name and address of
the personsl represenative'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
security shall be described The
claimant shall deliver sufficient
copies of the daim to the derk to
enable the derk to mail 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 jurisdiction of the
court.
ALL CLAIMS. DEMANDS
AND OBJECTIONS NOT SO
FILED WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED
Date of the first publication of
this Notice of Administration:
January 10. 1986
BRENDA CARITY KIRSNER
as Personal Representative
of the Estate of
Julio Cant\
Deceased
SILVER A SILVER
Attorneys at Law
150 S.E. 2nd Avenue. Suite 1326
Miami. Florida 33131
By: IRA S SILVER
19617 January 10. 17. 1986
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, desiring to
engage in business under the fic-
titious name Printers' Service at
6545 NW 84 Avenue. Miami.
Florida 33166 intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida
PRINTERS' SERVICE
OF FLORIDA. INC
David Schwartz
Vice President
Nelson C. Keshen. Esq
Attorney for Printers' Service of
Florida. Inc.
8906 S.W. 87th Avenue.
Suite 209
Miami. Florida 33176
Telephone: (306) 696-1538
19495 December 27. 1985
Januarys, 10,17,1986
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY given
that the undersigned, desiring to
engage in business under the
fictitious nsme RAIMBOW
STORES. INC at 17677 N.W 7s
Ave. Hialeah. Florida 33015.
intends to register said name with
i-rk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida.
Fara Vega
19535 January 17. 24,31;
February? ItM
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, desiring to
engage in business under the fic-
titious name Roommate Services
at 4694 Palm Ave Hialiah, Fla in-
tends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida.
JEAN KULLER
19521 January 10, 17.24. 31. 1986
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, desiring U>
engage in business under the fie
titious name YOUR TAX CON
NECTION and intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
Stuart J Miller
18551 N Miami Ave.
Miami. FL
19504 January 3. 10. 17.
24. 1986
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No. 86-23867 FC 24
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE:
REYNOLD WILLIAMS. Husband
and
JOYCE WILLIAMS. Wife
TO: Ms. Joyce Williams
1200 Belle Glade Avenue
Belle Glade. FL 33430
YOU ARE HEREBY
NOTIFIED that an action for
Dissolution of Mamage has been
filed against you and you are re-
quired to serve a copy of your writ-
ten defenses, if any, to it on Arthur
H. Lipson. attorney for Petitioner,
whose address is 801 NE 167
Street. Ste. 312. North Miami
Beach. Florida 33162. and file the
original with the derk of the above
styled court on or before February
14. 1986; otherwise s default will
be entered against you for the
relief demanded in the complaint
or petition.
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of said court at Miami. Florida on
this 7th day of January. 1986
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By DC BRYANT
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
19628 January 10. 17. 24. 31. 1986
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTION SERVICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION No. 86-00980-21
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN RE The Marriage of
LINDA SONIA WOLANOWSKI
Petitioner
and
DANIEL ARYEAH LOWN
Respondent
TO: Daniel Aryeah Lown
Residence Unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED 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 MELVIN J ASHER.
ESQ. attorney for Petitioner,
whose address is 825 South
Bayshore Drive, Suite 543. Miami.
Florida 33131. and file the original
with the derk of the above styled
court on or before February 14.
1986; otherwise a default will be
entered against you for the relief
prayed for in the complaint or
petition
WITNESS my hand and the ml
of said court at Miami, Florida on
this 9th day of January. 1986
RICHARD P. BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
DadeCounn Florida
Bv C.P. COPELAND
As Deputy Clerk
iCircuil Court SeaJl
19532 January 17.24 SI;
February 7. 19H6
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, desiring to
engage in business under the fie
(Mom name Addictions at 18537
West Dixie Highway. North Miami
Beach, intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida
Emotional Outlet lac
Judith Rosen, Pros
100 percent
IMM January 3, 10, IT 24. 1986
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 85-11089
DIVISION 04
(Florida Bar No. 032230)
IN RE ESTATE OF
EVA ALTMAN
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 EVA ALTMAN, deceas
ed. late of Dade County, Honda.
File Number 85-11089 is pending
in the Circuit Court for Dade
County. Florida. Probate Division,
the address of which is Dade Coun-
ty Courthouse, 73 West Flagier
Street. Miami. Florida 33130. The
names and addresses of the per
sonal representative and the per
sonal representative's attorney are
set forth below
All interested persons are re-
quired to file with this court.
WITHIN THREE MONTHS OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE: (0 all claims
against the estate and (2) any ob-
jection 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 jurisdic
tion of the court
ALL CLAIMS AND OBJEC-
TIONS NOT SO FILED WILL BE
FOREVER BARRED
Personal Representative:
EZRI ATZMON
165 West End Avenue.
Apt 23C
New York City. NY 10023
First publication of this notice of
administration on the 10 day of
January. 1986.
Moses J Grundwerg
Of Law Offices of
Hays. Grundwerg and Vann
28 West Flagier St..
Suite 800
Miami. Florida 33130
Telephone: (305) 379-8435
Attorney for Personal
19527 January 10. 17. 1986
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
FUe Nassber 85-10907
Division 04
IN RE: ESTATE OF:
MABEL SALIT.
Deceased
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
The administration of the estate
of MABEL SALIT. deceased. File
Number 85-10907. is pending in
the Circuit Court for DADE Coun
ty, Florida, Probate Division, the
address of which is 73 West
Flagier Street. Miami. Florida.
33130 The names and addresses
of the curator and the curator's at-
torney are set forth below
All interested persons are re-
quired to file with this court.
WITHIN THREE MONTHS OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE: (1) all claims
against the estate and (2) any ob-
jection by an interested person on
whom this notice was served that
challenges the validity of the will,
the qualifications of the curator,
venue, or jurisdiction of the court.
ALL CLAIMS AND OBJEC
TIONS NOT Si i FILED WILL BE
FOREVER BARRED
Publicstion of this Notice
hashegun on January 10. I9M
CURATOR
HYMAN P GALBUT
999 Washington Avenue
Miami Beach. Florida S31S9
Attorney for Personal
Representative
MICHAEL J ALMAN. ESQ
999 Washington Avenue
Miami Beach. Florida 33139
Telephone (306) 672-3100
19518 January 10. 17. 1986
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, desiring to
engage in business under the fic-
titious name Nickolas Theodes
dh/a Super Pizzeria at 2255 S.W.
32 Avenue. Miami. Fl intends to
register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade Coun-
ty, Florida
Nickolas Theocles. Owner
David R Weissman
Attorney for Applicant
196a January 10, 17,24,31, I9M


fage 14-B The Jewish t- lonchan/hYKUy, January 17, 16
Public Notices
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTT. FLORIDA
GENERAL
JURISDICTION
DIVISION
Cam No 85-35212 CA SI
NOTICE OF ACTION
FEDERAL NATIONAL MOR-
TGAGE ASSOCIATION, a DOM
State* corporation.
Plaintiff.
v.
ELIZABETH BARRIOS De RUIZ
and JOSE MARIA RUIZ, her hus-
band: ROBERTO SEBELEN and
ANGEL ALONSO. and the
unknown spouses, heirs, deviates,
grantees, creditors, or other par-
ties claiming by. through, under
or against them. LAKES OF
THE MEADOW MASTER
MAINTENANCE ASSOCIA
TION. INC.. a Florida corporation,
and ANDREW MARTIN and
DALE MARTIN, his wife.
Defendants
To: Elisabeth Bamos. De Run.
Jose Maria Run her husband.
Roberto Sebelen. unknown, and
Angel AJoneo. whose residence is:
At. Avila Edie Ctadis PH.. BeJo
Campo. Caracas. 1060 Venezuela
and the unknown parties who may
be spouses, heirs, devisees,
grantees, assignees lienors.
creditors, trustees and all parties
claiming interest by. through.
under or against said Defendants,
who are not known to be dead or
alive, and all parties having or
claiming to have any right, title, or
interest in the property herein
described.
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an
action to foreclose a mortgage on
the following property in Dade
County. Florida:
Lot 5. in Block 9. of LAKES OF
THE MEADOW SECTION ONE.
according to the Plat thereof, as
recorded in Plat Book 118. at Page
7. of the Public Records of Dade
County. Florida.
has been filled against you and you
are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any, to it
on Barry S. Yarchin. Esquire, of
Rosenthal Yarchin, PA. At-
torneys for Plaintiff. Suite 800.
3060 Biacayn* Boulevard. Miami.
Florida 33137. on or before
January 31. 1M6. and to file the
original with the Clerk of this
Court either before service on
Plain tiffs attorneys or immediate-
ly thereafter; otherwise, a default
will be entered against you for the
relief demanded in the Complaint
WITNESS my hand and seal of
this Court on December 26. 1986.
RICHARD P RRINKER
Clerk
Bv D C Bryant
Deputy Crrk
19609 January 3. 10. 17. U. 1986
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 85-10902
Divisiea 02
IN RE ESTATE oF
SAMUEL M BLUMBERG
Deceased
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
The administration of the estate
of SAMUEL M BLUMBERG.
deceased. File Number 86-10302.
is pending in the Circuit Court for
Dade County. Florida, Probate
Division, the address of which is
Courthouse 73 West Flagier
Street. Miami. Dade County.
Florida 33130 The names and ad-
dresses of the personal represen-
tative and the personal represen
tative's attorney are set forth
below
All interested persons are re-
quired to file with this court,
WITHIN THREE MONTHS OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE (1) ail claims
against the estate and (2) any ob-
jection by an interested person to
whom this notice was mailed that
challenges the validity of the will,
the qualifications of the personal
repressntativs. venue, or junscbc
tion of the court.
ALL CLAIMS AND OBJEC-
TIONS NOT SO FILED WILL BE
FOREVER BARRED.
Publication of this Notice has
begun on January 17. 1986
Personal Representative
DANIEL BLUMBERG
Attorney for Personal
Representative:
MARTIN STARR
9703 South Dixie Highway
Miami. Florida 38166-2812
Telephone 666-9620
19638 January 17. 24. 1986
D)J THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Nesseer 86-10776
Divieiaa (03)
IN RE ESTATE OF
JULIO CARTTY.
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 NOT1
FIED that the administration of
the estate of JULIO CARTTY.
deceased. File Number 86-10776.
is pending in the Circuit Court for
Dade County. Florida. Probate
Division, the address of which is 73
West Flagier Street. Miami.
Florida 33130. The personal
representative of the estate is
BRENDA CARITY KIRSNER.
whose address is 10130 Southwest
91st Terrace. Miami. Florida
33176. 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
basal 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 n
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 derk to mail 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 jurisdiction of the
court.
ALL CLAIMS DEMANDS
AND OBJECTIONS NOT SO
FILED WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED
Date of the first publication ol
this Notice of Administration
January 10. 1986.
BRENDA CARITY KIRSNER
as Personal Representative
of ihf Estate of
Julio Canty
Deceaseo
SILVER & SILVER
Attorneys at Law
150 S.E 2nd Avenue. Suite 1326
Miami. Florida 33131
Bv IKA 8 SILVER
19617 January 10. 17. 1986
ELEVENTH CIRCUIT COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
CASE NO: 86-08887
IN RE: The Marriage of:
MARIE C1ANE L. SAMEDI.
Petitioner,
and
OLTES SAMEDI.
Respondent
TO OLTES SAMEDI. Residence
unknown, you shall serve copy of
your Answer to the Petition for
Dissolution of Marriage upon
GEORGE NICHOLAS. Attorney.
612 Northwest 12th Ave Miami.
Florida 33136. and file original
with Court Clerk on or before
February 14. 1986: otherwise a
default will be entered.
January 9. 1986
RICHARD BRINKER
BY: C.P COPELAND
IKU January 17.24.31.
February 7, 1986
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, desiring to
engage in burin sss under the fie
titious name Harriet Efrorn Enter
pnses at 4633 Adams Ave.. Miami
Beach. Florida 33140 intends to
register said name with the Clark
of the Circuit Court of Dade Coun-
ty. Florida.
Harriet Efrorn
MM January 17.24.31.
February 7. 1986
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OP FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Aetiea Na. 85-50682 (28)
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: The Marriage of
GABRIELLA AMADORI
DE COLARUSSO
and
ANTONIO COLARUSSO YORIO
TO: Antonio Colarusso Yono
Mirador del Hatillo
Edifioo Mirador
Planta Baja A
La Trinidad.
Caracas, Venezuela
YOU ARE HEREBY NOT!
FIED that a petition for
Dissolution of your Marriage has
been filed and commenced in this
court and you are required to serve
a copy of your written defenses, if
any. to it on RAUL DELGADO.
Esq., attorney for Petitioner,
whose address is 4100 Wast
Flagier Street. Suite E. Miami.
Florida 33134. and file the original
with the derk of the above styled
court on or before February 7,
1986: otherwise a default will be
entered against you for the relief
prayed for in the complaint or
petition.
This notice shall be published
once each week for four
consecutive weeks in the JEWISH
FLORIDIAN newspaper
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of siad court at Miami. Florida on
this 31st day ot December 1986.
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dad* County. Florida
By DC BRYANT
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
RAUL DELGADO. Esq.
4100 Wast Flagier Street. Suite E
Miami. Florida 33134
Attorney for Petitioner
Telephone: (306) 446-8608
19612 January 3. 10. 17. 24. 1986
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OP FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Arties Na. 85-44452
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
FB 226888
IN RE THE MARRIAGE OF
JESUS RAFAEL OJEDA.
Petitioner,
and
rVONNI MARIA CRUZ.
Respondent.
TO IVONNE MARIA CRUZ
Residence unknown
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an
action for dissolution of marriage
has been filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any. to it
on ARMANDO GUTIERREZ, at
torney for Petitioner, whose ad-
dress is 2163 Coral Way. Suite
400. Miami. Florida, and file the
original with the derk of the above
styled court on or before January
24. 1986. otherwise s 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 18 day of December. 1986
RICHARD P. BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
Hy D. C Bryant
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
Armando. Gutierrez. Esq.
2163 Coral Way. Suite 400
Miami. Florida 33146
Telephone: 306-368-0444
19494 December 27, 1986
January 3. 10.17 1986
NOTICE UNDER
PICTTTIOL'S NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, desiring to
engage in business under the fic-
titious name GREG'S EQUIP
MENT SERVICE at 16626 S W.
293rd Terrace. Homestesd.
Florida 33081 intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
GREG-CAR. INC..
a Florida corporation
MIRIAM BECKERMAN
Attorney for Applicant
6460 SW 126th Street Road
Miami. Florida 33166
19608 January 3. 10, 17. 24.1986
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 86-13
Mafjlaw 84
Fla. Bar Ne. 817442
IN RE: ESTATE OF
ROBERT Z. GREENE
Deceased
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
The administration of the estate
of ROBERT Z. GREENE, deceas
ed. File number 86-13. is pending
in the Circuit Court for Dade
County. Florida. Probate Division,
the address of which is 73 West
Flagier Street. Miami. Florida
33130. The names and addresses
of the personal representative and
the personal representative's at-
torney are set forth below
All interested persons are re-
quired to file with this court.
WITHIN THREE MONTHS OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE: (1) all claims
against the estate and (2) any ob-
jection 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 junsebe
uon of the court.
ALL CLAIMS AND OBJEC-
TIONS NOT SO FILED WILL BE
FOREVER BARRED
Publication of this Notice has
begun on January 10. 1986.
Personal Representative:
NANCY GREENE
4411 Pine Tree Drive
Miami Beach. Florida 33140
Attorney for Personal
Representative:
IRVING CYPEN. ESQ
CYPEN, CYPEN 6 DRIBIN
P.O. Box 402099
MIAMI BEACH. FL 33140
Telephone (306) 532 3200
19616 January 10. 17. 1986
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, deainng to
engage in business under the fir
uqous name Channel One Media
Communications st 13150 SW 15
Lane Miami intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida
Palm Media Communications
Corporation
Attorney Keith W Saks
2701 SW Le Jeune Rd
Suite 401 CG 331.14
19634 January 17.24. 31.
lan 7, 1986
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
GENERAL Jl RISDIC TION
DIVISION
Case No. 85-47273 CA-02
NOTICE OF ACTION
002 IM
LINCOLN SERVICE
CORPORATION,
Plaintiff
vs
DONALD TYRELL
HENDERSON
et ux.. et al..
Defendants
TO. DONALD TYRELL
HENDERSON and WANDA
HENDERSON, his wife
Residence Unknown
If alive and if dead, all parties
claiming interest by. through
under or against them, and all par
ties having or claiming to have any
right, title or interest in the pro-
perty herein described
You are hereby notified that an
action to foreclose a mortgage on
the following property in DADE
County. Florida
Lot 13. Block 1. of HYDE PARK
MANOR, according to the Plat
thereof, recorded in Plat Book 47.
Page 21 of the Public Records of
Dade County. Florida.
has been filed against you and you
are required to serve s copy of
your written defenses, if any. to it
on Sheppard Faber. Attorney for
Plaintiff, whose address is Suite
214. 1570 Madruga Avenue. Coral
Gables. Florida. 33146 on or before
February 21. 1986. and file the
original with the derk of this court
either before service on Plaintiffs
attorney or immediately
thereafter, otherwise s default will
be entered against you for the
relief demanded in the complaint.
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of this court this 13 day of
January. 1986.
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk of the Court
By DC Bryant
As Deputy Clerk
19637 January 17. 24. 31.
February 7. 1986
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA LN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
CASE NO. 36-4*778 CAB
NOTICE OF ACTION
002481
FEDERAL NATIONAL MORT-
GAGE ASSOCIATION, an
association organised and existing
under the laws of the United
States of America.
Plaintiff
HECTOR C MALDONADO.
at at.
Defendant*.
TO MARIA M CUEVAS.
Residence Unknown. If alive, and
if dead, all parties claiming
interest by. through, under or
against MARIA M. CUEVAS. and
all parties having or claiming to
have any right title or interest in
the property herein described
You are notified that an action to
foreclose a mortgage on the
following property in DADE
County. Florida Unit 86. of
WILDWOOD RIVER VILLAS
CONDOMINIUM, a
Condominium, according to the
Declaration of Condominium
thereof, recorded in Official
Records Book 11209. at Page
2448. of the Public Records of
Dade County. Florida, has bean
filed against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your
written defenses, if any. to it on
Sheppard Faber. Attorney for
1'uuntiff. whose ail dress is Suite
214. 1570 Madruga Avenue. Coral
Gables. Florida 33146. on or before
February 21. 1986. and file the
original with the derk of this court
either before semte on Plaintiff a
attorney or immediately
thereafter, otherwise s default will
he entered against you for the
relief demanded in the complaint.
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of this court this 13th day of
January. 1988
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk of the Court
By DC. BRYANT
As Deputy Clerk
19641 January 17. 24.31;
February 7. 1988
NOTICE OF ACTION
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
I'ml ArUoa
Ne: 85-3C963 Ft 23
IN RE THE MARRIAGE OP
HANSON MORRIS
and
KIA MORRIS
Tl' Sandna Morns
6 Dietary Urn*
. -ton 8, Jamaica
\ petition fr Ihssnlution of
Marriage ha* been filed in this
court and you are required to serve
. 00* of 'ur written defenses on
Alec Roe*, attorney foe Petitioner
at 18800 N E 19 Ave Miami. Fla
an of the above court on or before
February 11, 1986. otherwise a
default will be entered against you.
I*ated in Miami on January 13.
1986
(Circuit Curt Seal)
RICHARD!' BRINKER
Clerk
Iade County Florida
By DC Bryant
As Deputy Clerk
19539 January 17. 24. 31,
February 7. 1988
ELEVENTH CIRCUIT COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
FC CASE NO. 85-62246
IN RE The Marriage of
BERT! LIE C DENIS.
Petitioner/Wife.
vs.
PARNELL A DENIS
Reapondent/H unhand
TO PARNELL A DENIS
Keaidenee Unknown
Last Known Address
5eme Avenue Boloase No. 76
Port Au-Pnnce. Haiti
hallI serve copy of your Answer to
Che Petition for Dissolution of Mar-
riage upon GEORGE NICHOLAS
Attorney. 612 N W 12th Avenue
Maunt. Florida. 33136. and file
original with Court Clerk on or
before January 31. 1986 otherwise
s default will be entered.
December 28, 1986
RICHARD BRINKER
By D C BRYANT
Deputy Clerk
1 '*'"*' January 3. 10. 17.
24. 1986
WTO CIRCUIT COUtro,
THE ELEVENTH JTJdE?
AND FOR DADE ro?4
GENERAL JURISDlS
DIVISION N
CASE NO. 86-47275 Ca.m
NOTICE OF ACTION
082481
GKmTm:,ALFW
vs.
JUAN PEDRO SAN
MARTTN. et ox et al
Defendant*
TO: JUAN PEDRO SAN Marttv I
and GLADYS SAN MARTIN?!
wife. Residence Unknown IfoT
and if dead, ail part*, dt~*
interest by. through under _
sgainat JUAN PEDRO AV
MARTTN and GLADYS SAS
MARTIN, bis wife, and all pjjS
having or claiming u, ha** ^
right, title or interm m a
Pr^pwty herein described.
You are notified that an artnsa
foreclose a mortgage ae g.
following property m DAM
County. Florida: Lot 1 m Rk*
259. of REVISED PLAT
CORAL GABLES RIVirtT
SECTION PART II accordJa
the Plat thereof, a* record*.
PWt Book 28. at Page 23 .of 0j
Puhbc Records of Dade Coato
Florida, has been filed aramjt m
and you are required is ajaj,
copy of your wntter, trfensw, i
any. to it on Sheppard Few
Attorney for Plaintiff wan
address is Suite 214 i$^
Madruga Avenue. Cora! Gataa.
Florida 33146 m r Mai
February 21. 1986 and fik- *
original with the derk of aal am
either before service ..n PasMaTi
attorney or immeditttli
thereafter otherwise a default si
be entered against you for tat
relief demanded in the compnat
WITNESS my hand and thr Ma
of that court thin :3th day rf
January. 1988
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clark of the Court
By DC BRYANT
As Deputy Clerk
19640 January i7 M '1
February 7 IM
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVD
that the undersigned imrawsj
engage in husmess at 1679 Abb]
Road. Miami Beach Fiona]
S3I3S. under the ftctiu>u ianf j
KING I SHOE RE HI I IDEM f
intends to register :he with the Clerk of the < stC*at|
of Dade County Florida
ALTON i
SHOE Rl
BY Harold Bar. want
Miami Beach
George J Alboum
ALBOUM and Ft k;
Attorneys At I^w
333 Arthur Godfrey Road S*
104
Miami Beach. Ft
Trl No (306) 5S>
19630 January I
IN THE CIRCUIT ( "I RT Of
THE ELEVENTH Jl DICIAl
CIRCUIT IN AND FOB
DADE COUNTY r 1 oRIDA
Case Ne. 86-000*0 iOfi
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE BY PUHI.K klM
Bar Ne. 01449*
IN RE The marriagt
LIONEL BAYARD
Petitioner Husband
and
OLAM BAYARD
Respondent. Wifr
YOU OLA M BAYAM
residence unknown are resTSi
to file your answer -.- F**"*
for for dassoluuon of inamafi
the Clerk of the eta* "urI"
serve a copy thereof ypoa p
uoner'i attorneys. Hermes cah
and Martin Cohen. 822 '*
Street. Miami. Fla 33130
before February 7 1888, **
petition will be confessed
WITNESS my hand nd *** |
this Court, at tenant I** *>
Florida, thai January **
RICHARD P BRISK**
Clerk. Circuit
By: T. Cesemayor
Deputy Clerk .
19619 January 10. 1. -
NOTICE UNDER
FICTTTIOU8 NAME LA"
NOTICE IS HEREBY OW
that the undersajmed dears*
engage in business nder1?*L M
tiuous name Party Lu*j!*S.m
17631 NE 7 PI Miami rLSL)
intends to register said nsaw ,
the Clerk of the Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
JACK ROTHOLZ
19622 January 10. 17 -'* 31."-


Friday, January 17, 1986/The Jewish Florid lan Page 15-B
Rabbi Arnold Richter, 53, Passes
Rabbi Arnold Richter died
[Tuesday. He was 53. Rabbi
Richter, was known for his pa-
tience with Hebrew school and
I Bar/Bat Mitzvah students at Tem-
Iple Beth Moshe in North Miami
land Beth Solomon Academy in
I Hollywood.
Rabbi Richter came to Florida
12 years ago from Chicago where
had also served as rabbi and
?acher.
A member of the Hebrew
KHucatore Alliance and Shaaray
-v-5^
1
\r- \
labbi William Berkowitz. national president of American
Jewish Heritage Committee, presents a Chanukah menorah to
teraldine Ferraro, first woman Vice Presidential candidate,
hiring recent ceremonies in New York. Rabbi Berkowitz told
ferraro that the message of Chanukah is to light a candle instead
cursing the darkness.'
100A0<*e*
- : ; ; i :
Mount Nebo
Cemetery
5505 Northwest 3rd Street
Tel 261 7612
When a loss occurs
away from home.
FOREST PARK CHAPEL, INC
Here and in New York,
to assure swift and
understanding service.
[Dade County
532-20W
Broward County
532-2O09
Hrpr.s. nl.-.l In Ki\ ersnie Memor mil haprl I m
[New York: Q(1S) Ml Tiff TjMMU HIi J -v 7ith Kd Forest Hits, N 1
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Rabbi David Raab Passes
Tefilah Congregation, Rabbi
Richter had conducted High Holy
Days services for the Mogen
David Congregation in Surfside
for the last 10 years.
He is survived by his wife.
Marlene; son Moshe, and a
daughter, Shira. both of Miami
Beach; three brothers. Rabbi
Chaim Richter of Hollywood. Rab-
bi Yisroel Richter of Chicago and
Albert Richter of Los Angeles
Services were held Wednesday
at Levitt-Weinstein North Miami
Beach Chapel.
Rabbi David Raab, religious
leader of the 300-member Temple
King Solomon Congregation on
Miami Beach for more than a
decade, died Tuesday at St. Fran-
cis Hospital of heart failure. He
was 67.
Rabbi Raab was born in
Palestine in 1918 in an area that
would later become Tel Aviv.
His family moved to Brooklyn
while he was a young man. As a
member of the U.S. soccer team.
Rabbi Raab returned to Israel in
the Maccabiah Games. There he
met and later married his wit.
Shoshanah
He had a tryout with the New
York Giants, but gave up a pro
mismjc sports career to become a
rabbi, said his son Michael.
Sharing his pulipt with his wife.
Shoshanah. who decided to
become a cantor, they were billed
as the first husband-wife/rabbi-
cantor team in the world.
In addition to his wife and son.
Rabbi Raab is also survived by his
daughter Linda Joy of North,
Miami Beach.
Services were held Thursday at
Temple King Solomon. Riverside
Alton Road Chapter was in charge
of arrangements.
Rabbi Raab
RAKON. Morn*, of Mimi Reach Kubin
Zilbert Memorial Chapel
COOPERSMITH. George. M. of Nortii
Miami Beach. Jan 9 Menorah Chapei.-
GERSlNOVnt'H. Goidie. 89. Jan H S^r
vice* and interment were held in Boston
KORNGOLD. Celia. 74. of Miami Beach
Jan. 8. The Riverside.
LEDEKER Mildred Jan 9 Service* were
held
BRl'SSEL. David, of Miami Reach Rubin
Zilbert Memorial Chapel.
BURGER. Low*. 77. of North Miami Beach.
Jan. 8. Levitt-Weinstein.
GOL. Sol. of Miami Beach Rubin Zilbert
Memorial Chapel
GREENFIELD. Beatrice, of Miami Beach
Jan 6 Blasberg Chapel
KAPLAN. Minnie, of Miami Reach Rubin
Zilbert Memorial Chapel.
MERVIS. Isohe! F.. 74. Jan. 5 Service*
were held.
FREEDMAN. Harold G.. 57, of North
Miami Beach January 13. Levitt-Weinstein
GOLDBERG. Celia. 83. of Miami January
12. Services were held.
KEATS. William, of North Bay Village
Rubin Zilbert Memorial Chapel
ROTHENBERG. Rene. 90. of Bay Harbor
January 13 The Riverside
STUART, Munel Evelyn. 61. of Mian
January 12 Services were held
MENTZ
Mrs Augusta, wife of the lau- Emanu-
Menlz She is survived by her niece* ar. .
nephews Bhiricj Linden and Paul 1'itluck i
Sunrise Myron Sewitch. William Sewiti
and Sidney Sewitch. all of New Jersey Mr
Menu was the Chairman for the lewisli \
tional Fund of Greater Miami 1'ast Pn
dent (if Morton Towers Hadassah. \
I'r-'Mdent of Florida Region of Hada*-
Spaakori Bureau former menu*-!- of N
tional Hadassah Member 'MA Isra.
Em*rfDi Fund. Life member
Biatarhood of Temple Emaau-El, Member
the Sisterhood Board Hatikzal, ('haft'
B'nai B'nti. Woman Biacayn* Chafiti
ORT BraiKiei- Univemt) Hope Scho
i Fight for Sight i. Life mfmlw and \
President of Miami Bead Habrea Eloaael
the Aged. Women'l Auxiliary. \
l'r'sident of American Zionist Federal
Member of lechriinri and Civic Advisor.
Board of Miami Beach Sen,or Cituen
organizations In '.;> Emanuel ami
Augusta Menu received the Israel Freedor
Medal She was honored by the Jewish Na
tional Fund for outstanding devoti
leadership, and service u Israel and th<
people She received the Women's Valor
Award from the State of Israel on the 25th
Anniversary of the Slate of Israel and ir
1978. she was crowned the Queen of th>
Wueen Esther Punm Ball Rubin-Zilber
Memorial Chapel
FISHER. Herman. 72 of Miami. Januan
11. Services were held
KRAMER. Lilhe. 85. January 11. The
Riverside
SACNDERS. Lewi* David. 39. of Mian;
Beach. January 10 The Riverside
SCHOENBERGER. Louis. 85. of Miam
Beach January 10 The Riverside
RASKIN. Robert I). 59, of Miami January
5. Services were held
FIRMAN. Max. 83. of Miami Beach
January 3 Services were held
ISAACS. Murray, of Miami Beach. January
1. Services were held
STONE. Archie. 84. of Miami January 2.
Services were held
BALKANV Brian Lou. 32. of Miami Jan
13 The Riverside
BRANT. Harvey L 58. of Miami Jan 13
Services were held
MILMAN. Gordon S 50 Services were
held
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Now Star of David of Hoi lywood
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W \&H v%eT^sh^nS^^n7iky:rBA^\r:m^
For over 40 years, Rabbi Irving Lehrman has unselfishly dedicated Wiil/lt iUgMtaajj
not on/y to h/s congregat/on at Tamp/a fmanu^/. but also to ^^u^aSi
Florida. During that time, he has also devoted his time to aid Israel and her people.
In deep appreciation of his service, the State of Israel ^A2STS^JSSJSS
Rabbi Irving Lehrman with the prestigious Golda Melr Leadership Award at the International
Dinner on Thursday, February 6,1986, at the Fontainebleau Hilton Hotel.
The State of Israel Bond Organization
will honor

Rabbi Irving Lehrman
with the
Golda Meir Leadership Award
to be presented
at the
International Dinner
Thursday, February 6,1986
Cocktails 6:30 p.m.
Dinner 7:30 p.m.
Fontainebleau Hilton
4441 Collins Avenue
Miami Beach
Convert: $60 per person Block tie optional
PHILIP T. WARREN
General Campaign Chairman
SIDNEY COOPERMAN
Dinner Chairman
Dietary laws observed.
RSVP 531-6731
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