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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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I Volume 59 Number 4
Two Sections
Miami, Florida Friday, January 24,1986
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trael Minister of Labor and Social Welfare Moshe Katzav meets
Jthwpuin students newly enrolled in Boys Town Jerusalem's
chool of Predawn Mechanics during a recent visit to Boys
{'own 'a lM-acre education center for economically deprived
raeli youths. The students are among 72 Ethiopian immigrants
all forced to leave their parents and families behind who are
ceivxng academic, religious and technical training in Boys
rnwn 's Junior High Sctunl and Schools of Precision Mechanics,
trophic Arts and Furniture Design.
Arab Terrorist
Attended Breakfast With
Peru President Garcia
NEW YORK (JTA) -
le presence of a notorious
krab terrorist leader at a
>reakfast in December with
sident Alan Garcia of
'eru and other top officials
in Lima's presidential
lace has been vigorously
>rotested by represen-
itives of the American
Jewish community.
In a special meeting with Am-
ssador Alberto Montana. Peru "a
>nsul General in New York, Rab-
Morton Roaenthal. director of
Latin American Affairs
|partment of the Anti
tfamation League of B'nai
B'rith, and Yehuda Hellman, ex-
ecutive vrcechairman of the Con-
ference of Presidents of Major
American Jewish Organizations,
expressed "shock and disappoint-
ment" at the invitation extended
to Farouk Kaddoumi. head of the
political department of the
Palestine Liberation
Organization.
THEY TOLD the Ambassador
that the reception accorded Kad-
doumi conferred an "undeserved
legitimacy'! on an organization
which is not only part of an inter-
national terrorist network but
which allegedly is training
members of the Sendero
Continued on Page II-A
Gramm-Rudman Act
Cuts Aid to Israel
By JUDITH KOHN
WASHINGTON (JTA)
U.S. aid to Israel for the
current fiscal year will be
cut in order to meet the re-
quirements of the Gramm-
Rudman law passed by Con-
gress last month, the State
Department confirmed.
The new budget-balancing law
will force the Keagan Administra-
tion to trim security assistance to
all countries by a total of $420
million. State Department
spokesman Charles Redman arid
at a press briefing.
"As a result, every country that
receives such assistance from us
will see its funding levels cut this
year." Redman said.
HE ADDED that although the
impact of the law on foreign aid
levels for this year are still being
evaluated. "We expect all cuts to
be shared across the l>oard by all
countries, including Israel."
Redman was responding to a
<)uestion apparently raised by a
report in The Washington Post
that Israel might be requested to
return some of the $1 1 billion in
economic assistance that it has
already received. Like other reci-
pients of foreign aid. Israel is
awarded the total amount of
economic assistance approved by
Congress in one lump sum at the
start of a new fiscal year.
According to the Post report,
the 4.3 percent reduction that the
Administration will apply to each
nation's assistance program
might force the Administration to
rt-(|uest thai Israel return $51
million of what it has already been
awarded. If Israel is not asked to
Continued on Page 12-A
Conditions Listed
Greece Says 'No' to Israel Link Now
How It Started Page 3-A
By JEAN COHEN
ATHENS (JTA) -
Foreign Minister Karlos
Papoulias has scotched
speculation that Greece and
Israel may be moving
toward full diplomatic rela-
tions. He told Greek jour-
nalists at an interview in
Belgrade that there is no
question of de jure (formal)
recognition of Israel by
Greece, remarking "we
have set certain conditions
for this."
The speculation arose following
Papoulias' four-hour meeting with
David Kimche, director general of
the Israeli Foreign Ministry, his
first with a ranking Israeli
diplomat. Papoulias described
Kimche's visit to Greece as
routine. He confirmed he had ac-
cepted in principle an invitation to
visit Israel, but "whether I go
depends on a number of factors,
and perhaps those factors will be
identical with the terms and con-
ditions which Greece sets for a de
jure recognition of Israel," the
Foreign Minister said.
ISRAEL IS represented in
Greece only at the Consular level.
Relations between the two coun-
tries have long been strained
because of Greece's outspoken
support for the Palestinian cause
in the Arab-Israeli conflict.
Papoulias said his talk with
Kimche was to convey the Greek
government's views on the
"Mediterranean crisis."
He said the extension of full
diplomatic recognition to Israel
was conditional on the total
withdrawal of Israeli troops from
the Arab lands occupied since
1967 and the commencement of
negotiations between all parties
concerned to find a just and per-
manent solution to the Middle
East problem, which, he stressed,
includes the Palestinian issue.
Papoulias said recognition of
Israel by other states would not
influence Greece "because our
Continued on Page 6-A
t Israel Embassy
Big Bash for Dr. Martin Luther King's Birthday
By DAVID FRIEDMAN
WASHINGTON (JTA)
The close ties between
sws and the late Dr. Mar-
Luther King, Jr. were
ressed here before a pack-
I standing-room audience
i the Israel Embassy mark-
' the 57th birthday of the
slain civil rights leader.
"From the moment of his ap-
pearance n the public scene.
Jews felt and we continue to
feel a unique affinity, a special
identification, and a powerful af-
fection for him," Israeli Am-
bassador Meir Rosenne said.
ROSENNE noted that King's
"identification with Moses, the
liberator of the Jewish people,
was bred in him, ami he reached
out to the Jews in kinship and
Jews understood that and
responded to it."
This was the second consecutive
year that the Israel Embassy has
marked King's birthday in
association with the Jewish Na-
tional Fund, which has a
10,000-tree forest in Israel in
memory of King. Asher Nairn, the
Embassy's Minister of Informa-
tion, said that in addition, a cherry
blossom tree had been planted at
the Embassy recently in King's
memory.
Monday, Jan. 20, was the first
Continued on Page 6-A
AtUofF
Immigrant
Endows
Jewish Studies
GAINESVILLE Benjamin
Greenbaum. a Tampa
businessman and Jewish im-
migrant who fled Austria in the
wake of Hitler's invasion, is giv-
ing the University of Florida's
Center for Jewish Studies $1
million.
"When Jewish kids come to col-
lege where the academic
pressures are high, sometimes
they forget their heritage." said
Greenbaum, when he presented
the first installment to UF Presi-
dent Marshall Criser last week.
"So my family and I decided to
give these Jewish children and
other children a chance to pursue
Jewish studies at a first-rate
center."
OF THE total. $600,000 will go
toward establishing an Eminent
Scholar Chair in the area of
Continued on Page 15-A
Ambassador Rosenne


* Page 2-A The Jewish Floridian/Friday. January 24. 1986
Radio Liberty Rejects Charge
It Broadcast Anti-Semitic Material
Bt KEVIN FREEMAN
NEW YORK (JTA) -
Radio Liberty, one of three
radio stations broadcasting
programs into the Soviet
Union, has dismissed as
nonsense allegations that it
broadcast anti-Semitic
material, including accusa-
tions that Jews were
responsible for the murder
of Christ.
"This H total nonsense.'' said
Steven Miller, a programming
director with Radio Liberty and
Radio Free Europe In a
telephone interview, he asserted,
however, that similar charges
have been raised in the past, but
that Radio Liberty had been
cleared of the allegations.
NONETHELESS, the World
Jewish Congress has urged
Charles Wicks, director of the
United States Information Agen-
cy, to begin a probe of the allega-
tions, contained in an article
published in the Winter issue of
Foreign Policy, the quarterly
published by the Carnegie Endow-
ment for International Peace.
"We are outraged to learn that
Radio Liberty continues to air
patently anti-Semitic material,
typically authored by East Euro-
pean emigres." wrote Frieda
Lewis, chairman of the WJC's
American Section. She added that
"it takes little imagination to
predict the terrible consequences
that such incitement to hatred
may well have for Jews who re-
main trapped within Radio
Liberty's target aread."
Journalist
Memorialized
JERUSALEM (JTA) All
association of Jewish writers and
journalists was founded here Sun-
day, named after the late political
correspondent of Yediot
Achronot. Arye Zimuki. The new
organization will be chaired by-
Prof. Yitzhak Yershavsky. a
member of the World Zionist
Organization Executive. The
meeting decided to publish a book
in the memory of Zimuki.
The Anti-Defamation League (if
B'nai B'rith is motoring the
situation, according to Steven
Freeman of AM. legal depart
ment. He indicated thai tr>. -:
that has developed at the
radii' appears to focus on station
management an xmtentor diacriinination.
THE ARTICLE a Forei
Policy, "Anti-Semitism and I
Airwave* i authored bj Lara
Erik Nelaon, the Waahingtoi
bureau chief of the New Yoti 1M
iy New- and a former ReuteM
,>ndent in Moscow Radio
Liberty, which broadcasts 24
hours a day. is a semi-autonomou.-
S agen<-\ administered by the
US1A
The radio employs numerous
Soviet emigres and. according to
Nelson, "under the Reagan Ad-
ministration, rightwing emigres
have set the tone for many impor-
tant broadcasts." He said many
employes are concerned with
"fighting obscure ideological bat-
tles, promoting anti-democratic
views, or vindicating themselves
in the eyes of their former com-
patriots (rather) than in serving
U.S. interests."
He added: ""The arcane
ideological warfare and. on occa-
sion, religious bigotry found on
Radio liberty undermine the very
idea that an American-managed
semi-independent station can
serve both of Soviet audience
American foreign policy in-
terests. '" Nelson said there are
three groups of Soviet emigres at
Radio Liberty: those or their
families who left at the time of the
Bolshevik revolution, those who
emigrated at the end of World
War II. and others who were per
muted to leave the Soviet Union
in the 1970*s. The latter group in-
cluded numerous Jews.
"RUSSIANS AND Ukrainians
who left immediately after WW II
have protested, sometimes in
crude, hand distributed cartoon-
that non-Russians' newly ar-
rived Jews have too big a role in
determining the station's con-
tent." Nelson wrote. The emigres
at the station also, according to
Nelson, accuse the Soviet Jewish
emigrants a* being "downright
pro-Soviet. "
One focus of controversy cited
by Nelson involved a broadcast
dealing with publication of the
revised edition of Aleksandr
At a National Hispanic Leadenhip
ferencr Study Mission m Itrad art Vie*
Premier and Foreign Minister Yitzhak
Shamir (left) greeting Sfchin Chama1 right/. '
Miami; and looking on left to right rear Board
member Tony Bonilla. SHU' chairman;
Richard Castro and Eddie Garcia. Board
members. The organization ha.- iniited Israeli
leaders to fxirticijtate m a major nationn
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Jeus early in 198$. While m Israel, the or t]
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and ElitM*r Shmueli. director general :
Ministry of Education and Culture.
Solzhenitsyn's "August 1914'
which was described in a (ieneral
Accounting Office report as "anti
Semitic and the most offensive
program aired by the Russian ser
vice in 10 years."
Though the book has not been
published in English, it has
already generated considerable
controversy over whether
Solzhenitsyn was anti-Semitic
Elie Wiesel rejects the charges
"He is too intelligent, too honest.
too courageous, too great a
writer For Solzhenitsyn to be
anti-Semite would b e wholly out
of character.' he said.
THE CONTROVERSY
generated over the broadcast >f
the "August 1914" program
resulted in the firing of a Jewish
editor. Vadim Betotaerkovaky, for
protesting to James Bttddej then
head of Radio Liberty, over the
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line with Soviet anti Semitic
propaganda.
Nelson noted other broad
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which he accused the Jew-
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Friday, January 24. 198ti/The Jewish Floridian Page 3-A
Change in Moral Majority's Name
Revealed Invite to Greek Minister Seen As Cause for Grave By JEAN COHEN
ATHENS (JTA) -
Greece and Israel, which do
not have full diplomatic rela-
tions, may be moving in that
direction. David Kimche,
director general of Israel's
Foreign Ministry, concluded
a series of meetings with
Greek officials last week
with the surprise announce-
ment that a member of the
Israeli government,
Minister of Tourism Moshe
Sharir, has been officially
invited to visit Greece.
Sharir. a Likud Liberal, will be
the first Israeli minister to visit
(ireece in more than 20 years; the
last such visit, in the early '60s.
was by Abba Khan, then Minister
of Education.
An even bigger surprise was
Kimche's statement to the press
that Greek Foreign Minister
Kudos Papoulias has accepted, in
principle, an invitation to visit
Israel. Kimche made his an-
nouncements after a meeting with
Papoulias that lasted more than
four hours.
IT WAS the first such meeting
by a (ireek Foreign Minister with
a ranking Israeli official. Kimche
ilt'scribed it and his other talks
here as "very useful."
The last time a Greek minister
the Minister of Agriculture
visited Israel was in the autumn of
1981 during the waning days of
the Conservative goverment that
ruled Greece. No dates have been
set for the Sharir or Papoulias
visits, but sources believe they
will take place this year. The two
countries will also exchange visits
by delegations of their respective
parliaments.
Relations between Greece and
Israel have been strained for
years because of Greece's
outspoken support of the Palesti-
nian cause and its granting of
quasi-diplomatic status to the
Palestine Liberation Organization
which Israel regards as a mortal
enemy. Israeli interests in Greece
are represented only on the Con-
sular level.
ASKED IF he and the Greek
Foreign Minister had discussed an
elevation of diplomatic represen-
tation. Kimche said he had ex-
plained to the Greek officials that
it is as much in their interests as
Israel's to normalize relations.
"Yet we made it clear that we are
not asking for any favors."
He said it was agreed to reac-
tivate two agreements between
Israel and Greece which have been
dormant, one on agriculture and
one on tourism. The joint
agricultural committee is due to
meet in Athens in March.
Kimche said he explained to the
Noncurricular Religious Activity
Fires First Conflict in Milwaukee
By ANDY MUCHIN
MILWAUKEE (JTA)
The first known local con-
flict over noncurricular
religious activity in a public
secondary school has ended
with all sides apparently
satisfied.
It all began last September,
when a Jewish woman in subur-
ban Mequon. Wise., complained to
the principal of Homestead High
School there that a group of Chris-
tian students studying Bible at the
school after classes ended was in
violation of the Equal Access Act
of 1984.
The Act mandates that a public
secondary school must either per-
mit all noncurnculum related stu-
dent groups including religious
ones to meet in the school dur-
ing "noncurricular time" and
under certain conditions, or pro-
hibit all such meetings.
THE GROUP. Christians in Ac
tion (CIA), claims a membership
of 20-30 students with a faculty
adviser. It has met weekly since
September. 1984 to study the
New Testament and hear Chris-
tian music and guest speakers. It
| will continue to meet as long as it
adheres to the interpretation to
| Equal Access agreed to verbally
last month by the Milwaukee
| Jewish Council and the Mequon
Thiensville School District preai-
I dent. David Hase.
This agreement followed a
[series of meetings involving
school administrators. Council of-
j ficials, group adviser Jerre Allen,
j and the woman who complained,
the interpretation agreed to, ac-
cording to Mark Kohlenberg of
I the Council, is:
That the group no longer be
listed in the school's yearbook.
The listing implies group affilia-
tion with the school. Hase said the
listing in last year's yearbook
"slipped through the cracks."
That announcement of group
meetings be omitted from the stu-
jdent newspaper. Again, this im
plies affiliation with the school.
Moreover, the student newspaper.
The Spectrum, published a brief
feature article about the CIA last
November 8. The school principal.
Dr. John Box, said he has in-
structed the advisers of both
publications to omit information
about the CIA.
That the faculty adviser serve
only in a custodial role. Adviser
Allen said that he only watches
student activities because "the
school wants an adult present at
every club activity" and that the
students asked him to do so. Ac-
cording to Box and Hase. Allen
now understands his role.
That outside speakers not be
used regularly, nor proselytiie.
Hase said it would be safest not to
invite outside speakers at all. Box
said none would be invited. Allen
said he agreed only that clerics
would not be invited.
That no retribution, formal or
informal, be made against the
woman who complained or her
family.
Hase said Box would enforce
the agreement. "I've checked
since (the agreement) and I'll
check again," Box said. Allen said
the students "feel very strongly
about staying within the law."
Kohlenberg said the Council will
continue to monitor the situation.
"We nipped it in the bud." he said.
"Equal access is a watered down
version of school prayer legisla-
tion." He also complained that the
law is vaguely worded, and Hase
agreed. "I certainly would say
that it is a vaguely written law
and a difficult law to administer,"
Hase said, "and I think that
anyone who confronts it has got to
be very careful that all the in-
terests affected ought to be
respected."
Indeed, Box said he never
thought the CIA was in violation
of the law or intended to be. "It's
a matter of how you want to inter-
pret the language,' he said.
Regardless, he said he was willing
to accept the new. "more conser-
vative" course.
Greek officials what Israel has
been doing to find a peaceful solu-
tion to the Middle East conflict.
He said the obstacles were put up
by the Arab side, notably the
PLO.
WHEN A reporter noted that
Greece has asked the PLO for help
to prevent terrorist activites here.
Kimche observed that it was like
"calling on the Mafia to preserve
the law." He declined to say
whether Greece and Israel would
cooperate to combat terrorism.
But he acknowledged that the sub-
ject was raised during his talks
here.
Israel's Consul here, Yehezkel
Barnea. said that normalization of
relations between the two coun-
tries is still far off but there is a
change for the better in the
atmosphere.
Two newspapers, the Com-
munist daily Rizospastis and the
pro-government daily
Elefterotypia. quoted an
anonymous government source as
saying relations between Greece
and Israel will improve
dramatically this year. Political
observers here believe the objec-
tive of Kimche's visit was to test
Arab reaction to the possibility of
improved relations.
Kimche is going to Helsinki
before returning to Israel.
Finland represents Soviet in-
terests in Israel with which
Moscow has no diplomatic rela-
tions. Asked if his trip there has
anything to do with Soviet-Israeli
relations. Kimche said it did not.
but added. "I must admit that a
lot of Israeli diplomats around the
world are talking to Soviet
diplomats."
NEW YORK (JTA) -
The announcement earllier
this month by the Rev.
Jerry Falwell that his Moral
Majority is being conjoined
to form a new Liberty
Federation which will
engage in avowedly political
issues "is both revealing
and cause for deep con-
cern," it was stated here
jointly by the American
Jewish Congress and the
Women's American
Organization for Rehabilita-
tion Through Training.
"The two organizations spon-
sored an all-way convocation here
called to counteract "the fun-
damentalist new right threat to
religious freedom and women's
rights."
THE JOINT statement by the
AJCongress and Women's
American ORT warned against
any assumption that Liberty
Federation, a "cosmetic face-lift."
represents "a basic change in the
character or philosophy of the fun-
damentalist right. We have no
reason to believe that the Rev.
Falwell and his followers will
lessen the intensity of their op-
position to individual freedom and
pluralism in American society."
On the contrary, the statement
continued, "the dangerous mix or
ultra-right politics and fundamen-
talist dogma powering the Moral
Majority, and presumably its suc-
cessor. Liberty Federation, con-
stitutes a perturbing qualitative
change, and represents a further
dramatic escalation of the threats
to pluralism and to the climate of
tolerance in our nation.
"While we recognize that the
Rev. Falwell is free to speak out
on any issue he wishes and to
organize any lawful movement he
feels is necessary to further his
political goals, we will continue
vigorously to oppose those views
and his activities which, we feel,
represent an acute danger to the
decency."
ACCORDING TO Harry
Covert, a spokesman for Falwell,
the change in the organization
was made "so we can speak out on
a broader range of
issues."including national defense
and foreign policy.
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Page 4-A The Jewish Floridian/Friday. January 24. 1986
Civil, Human Rights
Were Dr. King's Dream
Both the media, television particularly, as
well as persons in government, contributed
to the meaningful celebration of the first na-
tionwide Martin Luther King. Jr.. birthday
observance on Monday.
But Black leaders across the nation have
already expressed the fear that subsequent
celebrations of Dr. King's birthday may fall
into a pattern already observed as an omen
on the first a frank commercialization of
the occasion. Or. what is worse, a celebra-
tion devoid of any content, as is so often
true, say, on Presidents Day which, in the
end amounts to a day off from work for
many, but that's all.
We offer no panacea for this possibility
other than that the nation must come to
rededicate itself to the principles of Dr. King
as a daily commitment in the cause of civil
rights/human rights. This would be the best
way to say that we remember Dr. King well,
the terrible sacrifice of his life in particular,
and our determination to the principle that
it shall not have been made in vain.
All of this is especially significant for the
Jewish community which, for decades, has
fought alongside Black leaders for the ad-
vancement of their civil rights. Perhaps
nowhere more so outside the nation than in
Israel was the celebration of Dr. King's bir-
thday a significant national occasion.
Israel Marks Birthday
In Israel, schools received instruction
from the Ministry of Education to hold
memorial meetings and lectures in his
honored memory. The Ministry of Education
also prepared and distributed a special
booklet for the occasion that details Dr.
King's struggle for human rights for all
Americans.
In addition, on Jan. 20. his birthday, a
special ceremony named a street after him,
with participation of the Minister of Foreign
Affairs Yitzhak Shamir. U.S. Ambassador
Thomas Pickering and Jerusalem's Mavor
Teddy Kollek.
In the Knesset, a special function was
sparked by the participation of Speaker
Shlomo Hillel and former President Yitzhak
Navon. In addition, a reception followed
with Foreign Minister Shamir, who was also
present in his capacity as Vice Premier,
since Prime Minister Shimon Peres was out
of the country at the time.
The point is that this must be the spirit of
Dr. King's birthday occasion, and those who
fear that, in America, it may not always be
so in the future, perhaps have some cause to
worry. We must make sure that their fears
go unfounded.
Gramm-Rudman Cuts Aid
It is no secret that U.S. senators on both
sides of the aisle consider the Gramm-
Rudman Act passed by Congress in
December as an abomination.
Mainly, the legislation gives the President
ultimate veto power over the Congress in
economic matters, and the Congress rightly
considers this as an encroachment upon its
authority. Let alone a dangerous enlarge-
ment of the President's powers as defined
by the constitution.
Then why did the Congress pass it* That is
another question having to do with Mr.
Jewish Floridiao
Reagan's popularity generally and the na-
tional capacity to separate the President
from criticism even when he deserves it. It
also has to do with the disinclination of the
Congress, especially members of his own
party, to cross him.
Quite apparently. Mr. Reagan's power to
"persuade" is not far removed from his
ability to threaten political retribution
against his nay-savers a power that was
manifest in the struggle to get Gramm-
Rudman passed in the first place.
Now. the constitutionality of Gramm-
Rudman is under careful scrutiny. Still, as
an Act it has alreadv served as the basis for
cutting U.S. aid to Israel for the current
fiscal year. Since Gramm-Rudman is respon-
sible for a total trimming from foreign aid ol
some $420 million to all countries receiving
it. or 4.3 percent, this may well mean that
Israel will have to return $51 million of the
$1.2 billion it has already been given.
That will be a profound hardship <>n Israel
at a time when it is struggling so valiantly
and successfully against the ravages of its
recent inflation years. Constitutional on..
an abomination or not, Gramm-Rudman is
alreadv working its "wonders."
not. j
ian is !
On Tu B'Shevat
JNF, Trees Go Center Stage
How many of us. when Jan 2"<
comes, will associate it with -
ing and the regeneration of the
earth* Probably not many M
most people usually associate the
end of January with wrapping
themselves up in a desperate at
tempt to keep warm Why net
though, take a break from
winter's icy tentacles by par
ticipating in a joyous Tu B 'Shevat.
the Jewish New Year of the
Trees?
Tu B'Shevat is an ancient
agrarian holiday, reflecting how
our ancestors lived in close har
mony with the cyles of nat-.ir- Ac
cording to Jewish law. eating
from fruit trees was perm tied on
ly after the fifth year of planting
following the fruit's being con-
secrated in the fourth The fif
teenth day of Shevat was settled
upon as the legal "birthday of all
trees.
CUSTOMS associated with the
holiday are recent inPOWtioM
associated with 16th and 17th
Century mystic Kabbalists They
encouraged the eating of the
fruits of Israel as expression of
longing for the Jewnsh homeland.
and even created a Tu B'Shevat
Seder. This special ceremony calls
for a table set in festive white, lit
by candles and complemented by
the fragrances of myrtle leaves
and flowers. Four cups of winl-
and blessings over a variety of
fruits are all part of this Seder.
Tu B'Shevat signals the coming
firing in Israel a time when
the rains ... ID and the
floenWI are making their debut on
the hillsides anci the almond tree-
Tu B'S orations began in
Israel on the I9U) dl
which this year fell on Dec I]
.> mttnuc through This
Sunday. Jan 26, during the
month of Shevat
The first marked the K4th birthday of
the Jewish Nat 'i. Fund, the
organization reepofMuMt for af
: matatiuii and land reclamation
in Israel The celebrations began
with a central tree-planting
ceremony on the shoreline of the
Sea of (ialilee Fducators later
held a symposium on the working
of the land with JNF leaders and
government officials
DURING Tu B'Shevat _'-N..(MH.
school children. teachers. Kthio
plan immigrant.-., anil Israelis
from all walks of life are expected
to plant tree saplings at 4" JNF
sites from the Golan Heights in
the North to Kilat in the South
Included among the many
festivities are major ceremoneM
to be held in JNF forcatl with
government ministers and
Knesset mombafl
In major municipalities, ahopp-
mg malls will feature JNF
carnival style display- of forest
furniture (n the eve of Tu
B Shevat. a gala community sing
a long, including a program on af
forestation with JNF world chair
man Moshe Rivlm will hroaa-
cast live over Voice of 1-rael
In America. Jews ail over the
country participate
B'Shevat celebration- bj roe-
tnbuting towards JNF -(.iruortd
tree planting activiti. and fulfil
mg the ancient mitzvah of
creating new life on bm
sacred soil. Children and aduhi
use the traditional JNr ..
ID collect funds for the piaBbBfe'
trees, thus strengthen ing tneuei
t'tween Israel and the Diaspora.
When Israelis plant treat t T.
B'Shevat sites, they ti> are par-
ticipating in a most meaningful T;
B'Shevat tradition And it is mo*
.ippropnate that these activities
occur under the auspice- of JNF
JNF. after all. is tin ageno
whose afforestation and land
reclamation pro- haw
transformed Israel
former arid desolation to a coot-
try which is 90 percent self
-uffioent. agriculturally and
known for the lush vegetation d
its hills and forests
JUST AS Israelis are aware
that Tu B'Shevat symi- M '-
resettlement and regeneration of
the land, they also cannot help btf
associate the holiday with the
traordinary accomplishment-- >'
JNF's afforestation BTOgTM
This program has resulte:
million trees being planted suw
1901. and an additions Ilb*
( ontinaed on Page 13-A

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Friday, January 24, 1986/The Jewish Floridian Page 5-A
\Miami MD Fought for Soviet Boxer's Freedom
By ERIC MOSS
VunjtA Floridian Staff Writer
FPhysician, heal thyself."
At first glance. Dr. Joel
>vin's face looks perfectly
irmal handsome, in fact,
jitil you notice his nose,
fs mashed and twisted like
mobile home after a
lado.
Win is a specialist, a plastic
_ on. believe it or not. in South
ni. So why doesn't he fix it?
pimple. "I don't want to," he
"This is my badge of
prage."
LSI) COURAGE is the theme
Jiind the entire incredible story.
lich begins in Odessa. I'SSR
year is 1976.
M) wile and I have been active
he cause of Soviet Jewry since
U or five." Levin explained
\iMted the Soviet 1'nion in
?'. In I Messa. we went tO meet
ct'u.-eink family, the famiK
Koithurd, who was in prison
|that time, ami Other refusenik.-
n> not to visit his wife, that it
sn't a good idea."
Lfter they returned to the U.S.,
fvin and his wife Karen, a
istered nurse, antiwar activist
"the real conscience of the
nilv."' continue*! to work on
her cases through the South
brida Conference on Soviet
vry Four years later. Roitbuni
released from prison and
jwed to emigrate to Israel.
ring a speaking tour on behalf
[the plight of the Soviet .lews.
jtburd addressed the members
Levin's synagogue. Temple Bet
pira.
loitburd pleaded with con-
ants to help with the release
[his friend. Yakov Mesh, who.
ording to sketchy information
[the time, "was in a lot of trou-
k," according to Levin.
['Lev passed out Mesh's
aphy." Levin recalled, "and
[reading it later. I saw it had one
ntence that said he was a boxer.
at was all it said. Nothing about
record or anything, just that
i was a boxer."
UBSEQUENTLY. Levin
Covered Mesh wasn't just any
P*T, he was a Soviet Army and
rainian champion.
t'vin. who is always looking for
to publicize the plight of
net Jews, was struck by an
["I though we might be able to
the sports aspect." he said.
Lt that time. Mike Rossman was
middleweight champion of the
rid. and he fought with the Star
David on his trunks. He was
d The Jewish Boniber.' so 1
very hard to get in touch to
if he would come out for this
tr Jewish boxer, and we got
o response. Rossman got
ted at that time, and he sort
propped out."
month or two later. Levin was
p*d to perform emergency
eery at Baptist Hospital. The
lent was Bill Medei, known as
lie Italian Hammer." a boxer
had sustained a serious gash
his eye in a bout.
IE WAS the middleweight
ipion of Florida at that time."
n said. 'In the course of sew-
him up. I discussed this idea
i him. Bill had fought Rossman
I, and I told him about how we
trying to publicize the cause
lis Soviet Jewish boxer. The
just hit me. I said. 'What
lid you think about a publicity
ch. an exhibition between and
i of 40. me, and a profes-
al boxer?' He liked the idea
Why Joel Levin went into training
to fight Hector 'Macho' Camacho
ind took it to his trainer, Dave
t'lark. who also liked it."
After several discussions. Clark
l.n.l down the law. "I can do it
Doc." Clark said, "but you have to
train like any real boxer. You'.e
an old man, you're going to get
hurt, and these kids are serious
about it."
Levin had no previous ex-
perience as a boxer. "1 wasn't
even an athlete of any kind.' he
said.
And he was willing to get into a
ring with "The Italian Hammer"
Well." Levin said, "it seemed
like a good idea at the time."
BILL MEDEI. according to
Levin, is not a stereotype boxer.
"He's a very articulate, bright
guy who looks like a college boy.
He's a killer, a rough guy, but he I
very bright and knowledgeable."
For six weeks. Levin suspended
his medical practice for practice of
a completely different sort. "I
started working out. lifting
weights, running, sparring in the
gym at Tropical Park. I had quite
a few gym fights." he said with
mock pride.
Publicity was beginning to
generate avid interest in the
fighting surgeon. Levin moved
over to Miami Beach's famed
Fifth Street Gym on the in
sistence of the television media
mavens who thought the old place
\He dreamed up a match between
'old man of1>0' and a pro
Yakov Mesh
Soviet Army champion
was more photogenic.
Clark and Medei approached
Chris Dundee, a highly-respected
fight promoter who was staging
bouts at a Miami Beach hotel.
Dundee agreed to include Levin
vs. Medei as a three-round exhibi-
tion main event.
"I QUICKLY grew up in that
fight." Levin admitted. "In round
one, I was looking out at the au-
dience, at my friends, and I got
smashed, shattered my nose.
Round one, about 30 seconds into
it, in fact "
Despite his injury. Levin finish-
ed the three rounds to the cheers
of the over 2.000 fight fans pre
sent "The place was filled to
and probably half of
them were Jewish people and an
awful lot of them were there
strictly becauae of the Soviet
Jewry promotion.''
Local media jumped on the
story. Combined with a massive
letter-writing campaign to
members of the I'.S. Congress,
word about Yakov Mesh began to
travel. "Boxing Today" ran a
feature story. "Boxing Digest"
gave it a page. Florida's II.S.
Senators Paula Hawkins and
Lawton Chiles, along with
Representatives Dante Fascell
and William Lehman, joined the
fight to free Yakov Mesh.
"At that point," Levin said.
"I'd done as much with it as I
could, and we had no luck getting
Mesh out." A couple of years
passed.
STILL. Levin clung to the
belief that he was on the right
track "I felt that if we got that
much attention with Bill Medei.
who was a state champ, maybe if
we got a world famous boxer in-
terested, we could really go
somewhere."
Heavyweight Trevor Burbick
expressed interest, but he later
moved to Canada. Several
meetings with Alexis Arguello
resulted in the promise of another
three round exhibition. Levin was
elated.
"Arguello even promised to
advertise the match ahead of time
during a speaking tour >f Latin
American countries," Levin said.
"We felt that getting the Latin
American Jews would be a real
plus. We hadn't reached that part
of the Jewish community."
Arguello eventually retired
lie fore final arrangements were
worked out. and although the Iniut
was off. he offered to referee if
another world-class pugilist was
procured.
"I got more doors slammed in
my face over those four years
than you can imagine," Levin
said. "The sports world is funny."
ANGELO DUNDEE, brother
of Chris Dundee and manager of
several world champions, in-
cluding Muhammad Ali and Sugar
Ray Leonard, contacted Levin. "I
was in his office when he said.
'Gee, Sugar Ray just retired, anil
he's my boy. I could have given
you an exhibition with Sugar Ray
Leonard, but it's too late '
Disappointed. Levin went home.
A month later. Angelo Dundee
called again.
"He said. 'I've got good news
for you.' Levin recalled.
" "There's an exhibition for chari-
ty, a big one. in West Palm Beach
in October. The headliner is Ran
dall 'Tex' Cobb versus some other
heavyweight. Ray 'Boom Boom'
Mancini is in town, and he's will-
ing to give you an exhibition. A
three-rounder. What's more, it's
nationally televised on cable.'
Just as Levin went back into
training, the show was scrapped
due to competition from the Olym-
pic Games
MEANWHILE. Levin got word
that Mesh had been imprisoned. A
tourist had returned from Odessa
with a gift for Levin. Mesh had
sent a pair of boxing gloves with a
picture of his family inside. At
last. Levin knew Mesh was aware
of the effort to free the Russian
boxer.
Mesh's mother. Roza. called
I^evin from New York. Her son
had been beaten and was in bad
shape. She urged Levin to redou-
ble his efforts.
Angelo Dundee called again.
Hector "Macho" Camacho was
going to lie in Miami, and wanted
an exhibition. Camacho's
manager had lieen sympathetic to
the United Farmworkers, and was
interested in the situation with
Mesh.
Another three-round exhbition
was arranged, and Levin went
back into training.
BY NOW. Bill Medei has retired
from boxing. I^evin called and ask
ed him to be his trainer. Accor-
ding to Levin. Medei said.
"Listen When I fought you, it
was fun. Dealing with a world
champion is serious. This guy isn't
going to lie reasonable."
So serious. Levin broke a rib
during training. He fought guys
all over the city, from Carone's
Gym to Virrick. At each stop.
Medei would stress the impor-
tance of being ready, that
Camacho, a lefty, was "not going
to lie nice." I^evin is a right
hander
The strain nearly caused their
friendship to split apart. "He was
realistic. I was lighthearted,"
Levin said. "Plus, he was beating
the stuffings out of me.
Rememlier, I was 44 at that time,
and he'd lieen in the business ten
years."
During pre-fight workouts,
champions often take on comers
at the gym. Levin lined up with
other fighters for a chance to or-
chestrate moves with Camacho
Continaed Pace 12-A
30 seconds into Round One,
7 got smashed, shattered my nose.'



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Page 6-A The Jewish Floridian/Friday, January24.1986
At Israel Embassy
Big Bash for Dr. King's Birthday
Continued from Page 1-A
time for an official national com-
memoration of King's birthday,
and the day was also being observ-
ed in Israel with special programs.
District of Columbia Mayor
Marion Barry expressed his
thanks for this and for the naming
of a major street in Jerusalem
after King.
Other sponsors of the Embassy
event were the America-Israel
Friendship League, the Interna-
tional Association of Official
Human Rights Agencies, and the
Martin Luther King. Jr. Federal
Holiday Commission.
THEME OF Jewish ties to King
was stressed by the speakers and
by an exhibit. "Hand in Hand for
Justice: Jewish Americans and
Martin Luther King. Jr.." created
by the America-Israel Committee
to Commemorate Dr. King of the
National Committee for Labor
Israel.
Rosenne said Jews were drawn
to King partly out of "the age-old
Jewish passion for justice and
Barbie Trial Postponed Again;
Speculation It May Never Open
By EDWIN EYTAN
PARIS (JTA) The
Supreme Court has postponed the
trial of Nazi war criminal Klaus
Barbie which had been scheduled
to open Feb. 3. France's highest
court announced the postpone-
ment of the trial after it overturn-
ed a lower court decision and after
it ruled that the 73-year-old
former Gestapo officer could be
charged with crimes against
French resistance fighters as well
as crimes against Jewish civilians
who he ordered deported to death
camps.
Legal experts said here that the
trial could begin in March or
April, at the earliest, after the up-
coming legislative elections.
ALTHOUGH THE postpone-
ment is not linked to the elections,
many believe that the government
wanted to avoid a possible
political scandal during the pre-
election period.
Barbie's lawyer. Jacques
Verges, has said that he intends to
shed light on the betrayal of
France's wartime resistance
leader. Jean Moulin, to the Nazis.
Verges has implied that other
resistance leaders informed the
gestapo of Moulin's whereabouts
for political reasons.
Some French newspapers
predicted that Barbie will never
be put on trial because of his poor
health. The Nazi war criminal is
under treatment for a variety of il-
Greece Nixes
Israel Link
Continued from Page 1-A
position is one of political prin-
ciples." He may have been referr-
ing to the reported imminent
establishment of diplomatic rela-
tions between Spain and Israel.
Spain has just joined the Euro-
peaa Economic Community
(EEC) of which Greece also is a
mesaber.
PAPOULIAS disclosed that an
invitation to visit Tel Aviv had
been extended U> him when
Greece held the rotating presiden-
cy of the EEC's Council of
Foreign Ministers. He said he
would have gone to Israel in that
capacity at the time but "unfor
tunately other Europeans ((EEC
members) thought that Greece,
playing such an intermediary role,
wouid steal the honors from
others ... so they did not approve
such a visit." He said the invita-
tion was renewed by Kimche.
Kimche also announced, after
his meeting with Papoulias. that
Greece has extended an official in-
vitation to the Israeli Minister of
Tourism, Avraham Sharir
Papoulias did not refer to that in
vitations at his press conference
in Belgrade. Sharir would be the
first Israeli minister to visit
Greece in more than 20 years.
lnesses at the Montluc Prison in
Lyon where he has been detained
since his expulsion from Bolivia in
February. 1983.
The Supreme Court recon-
sidered Barbie's case at the re-
quest of a number of surviving
resistance fighters. Barbie was
formally charged by investigating
Magistrate Christian Riss with
crimes against humanity.
A LYON COURT confirmed his
indictment, ruling that the arrest,
deportation and repression of the
resistance fell under the definition
of war crimes, which are covered
in France by a statute of limita-
tions. Under French law. Barbie
could not be tried for such crimes
more than 40 years after he com-
mitted them, the Lyon court
maintained.
Now that the Supreme Court
has reversed the lower court, the
file will go back to the Public Pro-
secutor's Office in Paris which will
interrogate Barbie once again and
prepare a new indictment. In view
of the hundreds of thousands of
documents which must be examin-
ed and the intricate legal pro-
cedure, this could take months.
Barbie, known as "the butcher
of Lyon," was sentenced to death
in absentia in 1952 and again in
1954 by French military courts in
Lyon for crimes against
resistance fighters. The death
sentence expired with the statute
of limitations.
THE SUPREME Court ruling
was based on its findings that the
lower court had no jurisdiction to
ilistinguish between crimes
against humanity and war crimes.
The prosecution, which generally
expresses the government's
views, had asked the court to
overrule the lower tribunal
freedom." But he noted that in ad-
dition. Jews sensed that King
"instinctively understood all that
had to be known about the Jewish
people our history- our faith and
our hope."
Rosenne stressed that King was
"repelled by any form of anti
Semitism," and articulated em-
phatically and unambiguously
Israel's rights as a Jewish State."
King was also one of the first to
speak out for Soviet Jewry.
Rosenne said. He noted that 21
years ago. when he was an Israeli
Consul in New York, he asked
King to raise his voice for Soviet
Jewry and he responded in a letter
to The New York Times calling on
the Soviet government to "end all
discriminatory measures against
its Jewish community "
BARRY, who described his par
ticipation as a student activist in-
spired by King, said that "the
history of the civil rights move
ment and this (Jewish) community
go back a great deal. In 1964.
when we were in Mississippi battl
ing to get blacks were members of
the Jewish community."
Isaiah Robinson, vice president
of the America-Israel Friendship
League, said that when he was the
first black president of the New
York City Board of Education, he
made his first trip to Israel and
came lack inspired and changed
by what he saw there He felt
students, too. could be changed bj
a visit and learn that there are
things "higher than l>askett>all or
drugs '
Robinson said he started the
first student exchange progl
with Israel and the program hat
grown nationwide, with some Tiki
American students h.i\ ng via
Israel so far
RABBI Joseph Sternstein.
president of the JNF of America
said the thousands of tr.....
planted in the King Fores: em
body both the spirit of Israel and
of the slain civil rights leader
Calling King one of the 'M'<
righteous. Sternstein said King
revered the State of Israel and ip
predated what Zionism meant t.
the Jewish people.
Sternstein said all peoples, not
just blacks, have learned tr *i
King "The Jewish people will
stand together, as alwa>>. wit-
the black people, shoulder to
shoulder." to carry on hi>
teachings, he said.
Also participating in the pro-
gram was King's oldest daughter.
Yolanda. who choreographed :,
dance on the theme of her father >
"I Have a Dream" speech
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As part of the first observance of Martin Luthrr King. .1' I>^^
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S.Y.i. Ift/t, and Theodore R. Mann, president of the Amerwu
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No Emigration for Polish Dissident
PARIS (JTA) The Polish Foreign Ministry has.in
Warsaw, issued a statement asserting -that Marek
Kdelman. one <>f the lea ing, haa not tven allowed to emigrate to Frano-. but has
been granted only a visa to visit his family for 28 dayi
France, according to the World Jewish Congress iffia
here
The **>4- year-old Kdelman. who helped organize and
lead the Warsaw Ghetto uprising, was also arrests i in 1981
for his activities on behalf of the outlawed Solidarity trade
union. His wife left Poland several years ago. and has since
been living unobtrusively in France.
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SEATTLE (JTA) -
The trial which concluded
last month with the jury fin-
ding 10 members of The
Order a neo-Nazi white
supremacist and violent
anti-Semitic group based in
the Northwest guilty of
racketeering has broken the
organization, a prosecutor
said here.
"I hope (the verdict) has a
dampening effect on anybody.
right and left, who considers com-
mitting crimes like this for
political reasons," added Assis-
tant U.S. Attorney Gene Wilson.
i in* of a team of six prosecutors in
' three-and-a-half-month trial.
THE DEFENDANTS were
tried under the 1970 Racketeer
Influenced and Corrupt Organiza
tioiu Act (RICO), which requires
the jury to find a defendant guilty
of committing two crimes to ad-
vance the goals of a criminal
rvranization in order to be found
guilty of the charge of
racketeering.
Each defendant from The Order
was charged with carrying out
two or more crimes out of an
verall list of 67 which included
two murders, three armored-car
n>bl>eries. and counterfeiting as
part of The Order's plot to over
throw the government, kill Jews,
and deport non-whites.
The jury of eight women and
four men found each of the defen-
dants guilty of racketeering after
deliberating for nearly 55 hours
Each of the group of nine men and
one woman faces a maximum
40>year prison term and a $50,000
Several members of The
Order were also found guilty of
additional charges, such as rob-
bery and weapons violations. At
El Salvador
Names Envoy
JERUSALEM (JTA) El
Salvador has named Ennke Gut-
treund. a senior economist in the
Salvadoran government, to be its
new Ambassador to Israel. He will
reopen the El Salvador Embassy
in Jerusalem. The Central
American country, which moved
its Embassy from Tel Aviv, has
not had a resident Ambassador in
1 -ruel for the past year.
Friday. January 24, 1986/The Jewish Floridian Page 7-A

i
torneys for three of the defen-
dants said they would appeal the
verdict.
Sentencing is scheduled for Feb.
6 and 7. "Stiff sentences are ap-
propriate, but that's totally up ti-
the judge." said Wilson after the
Verdict was handed down. The
jurist I'.S. District Judge
Walter Mi Govern, who presided
over the trial.
AT THE same time, several
defendants and other right w-
ingers asserted that the move-
ment against Jews and blacks will
continue deaptte the outcome of
the trial. Gary Lee Yarbrough.
convicted of racketeering and rob
bery. said within hours of the ver-
dict that the organization will con
tinue its mission of spreading the
propaganda of the Christian Iden-
tity movement, which preaches
that Jews are descendants of the
devil.
"There are thousands and
thousands of people out there who
believe as I believe." the 20-year-
old Sandpoint. Idaho, man told a
local newspaper. "They are afraid
became when you speak out on
these beliefs the government
comes down on you. But for every
one that has left because their
faith wasn't strong enough, three
more came."
Thomas Metzger. leader of the
California-based White American
Resistance, denounced the ver-
dict In a printed statement
released at the courthouse in the
warning days of the trial, he liken-
ed his convicted colleagues to
martyrs for their cause.
DESPITE THE openly racist
and anti-Semitic beliefs of The
Order which prosecution witness
described, jurors ignored the
defendants' beliefs and convicted
them solely on the evidence, said
jury foreman Mary Ball.
Jurors heard evidence from 370
witnesses and examined more
than 1.500 pieces of evidence in
the course of the trial. Former
members of The Order testified
that the group planned to over-
throw the government, and
assassinate prominent Jews and
other "white traitors" who stood
in the way of their scheme to
establish an Aryan nation.
Ball refused to tell reporters
whether any of the two crimes
which each of the 10 defendants
was guilty of included the murder
of talk-show host Alan Berg of
Denver. The jury was not required
to reveal to the court which pair of
crimes on each defendant's list oc-
casioned the verdict of guilty of
racketeering.
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THE BERG murder was on the
list of i7 crimes of The ()rder and
was also (me of the .Times defen-
dant Brace Carroil Pierce wai
charged with. Berg was gunned
down in the driveway of his home
on June 18. 1964. Prosecutors
charged that the The Order had
him assassinated Itecause he was
Jewiafa and relished baiting anti-
Semitic callers on his talk-show
program.
The prosecution argued that
Berg was one of several well-
known Jews targeted for
assassination. A former member
of The Order. Daw Parmenter of
Denver, testified that the hit list
also included "white traitors .
those in power who went along
with the destruction of the white
race." Ball said that the jurors
found defendant Jean C'raig guilty
of surveilling Berg before he was
murdered. This charge and that of
dealing in stolen property were
the only crimes on Craig's list.
Colorado authorities who at-
tended the trial said they are con-
sidering filing murder charges
against Pierce. FBI agents
testified at the trial that they link
ed Pierce to the machine-gun
murder of Berg by matching
bullets found at the murder of
Berg by matching bullets found at
the murder scene with spent car-
tridges found at a home Pierce
rented in Troy. Montana.
WILSON SAID at the end of
the trial that only one leader of
The Order remains at large. He is
Richard Scutari, who is on the
FBI's Most Wanted List, describ-
ed at the trial as head of security
and a dangerous man who discuss-
ed killing members believed to be
leaking information.
Fears that Scutari might launch
an escape effort for his colleagues
prompted the U.S. Marshall's of-
fice to spend more than $500,000
to station more than 30 marshalls
in the courtroom and throughout
the downtown federal courthouse
where the trial took place. Con-
voys of police cars escorted the
prisoners' van daily to the trial
from a jail in nearbv Tacoma.
Wash.
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Spain, Israel Establish Ties
JERUSALEM (JTA) -
Spain and Israel have announced
the establishment of diplomatic
relations between them.
The announcement in Madrid
followed a Cabinet meeting there
with a simultaneous announce-
ment in Jerusalem. Earlier, the
Spanish Foreign Minister sum-
moned the Ambassadors of the
Arab League states to inform
them that his government's
recognition of Israel was
imminent.
Spain, which became a member
of the European Economic Com-
munity (EEC) on Jan. 1. has never
recognized the Jewish State.
Discreet contacts began about 10
years ago following the death of
(Jen. Francisco Franco and the
restoration of democratic govern-
ment in Spain.
The contacts accelerated after
Shimon Peres took office as
Israeli Premier last year. He and
the Spanish Prime Minister.
Felipe Gonzalez, are long-time col-
leagues in the Socialist Interna-
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several times. Israel presently
maintains a tourism office in
Madrid, headed by a diplomatic of-
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Page 8-A The Jewish Floridian/Friday. January 24. 1986
Pollard Case
Made Jews in Gov't, Very Nervous
London ChronioU Syndii
WASHINGTON The
Jonathan Jay Pollard spy
scandal has had a very
direct impact on other
American Jews working in
the U.S. Government,
especially those involved in
sensitive national security
matters.
Their non-Jewish colleagues,
for the most part, have not con-
fronted them and said anything
snide. But the Jews still clearly
feel uncomfortable, somewhat
more awkward and conspicuous.
They also feel as if this has been
a major betrayal by Israel the
decision to actually "run" an
American Jewish intelligence
agent in Washington. It has reviv-
ed with a vengeance the old
allegations of dual loyal v. which
had in recent years largely been
buried.
OVER THE past few days. I in-
terviewed a cross section of senior
Jewish officials working at the
State Department, the White
House, the Pentagon and the
Justice Department. They spoke
candidly on condition that they
would not be identified by name.
They each agreed that Israel had
blundered badly by paying the
31-year-old civilian naval in-
telligence analyst for stolen
classified documents.
A Jewish official in the Justice
Department, for example, said it
was still "too early to tell"
whether Pollard's arrest would
have all that much of a long-term
damaging impact on the status of
Jews in the U.S. Government. He
predicted, however, that Jews ap-
plying for sensitive government
positions involving security
clearances will from now on "be
subjected to stricter" background
checks by the FBI.
He also said there already had
been a "chilling effect" on
American Jews working in the
government. "I think there is a
realization that one has to be a lit-
tle more careful," he said, "a little
more discreet."
ANOTHER Jewish official at
the Defense Department said: "It
has had a terrible effect on the
morale of the Jews. It has come up
in a number of conversations with
senior people Many of my
Jewish friends in the government
have told me that they have felt
very, very peculiar. They have
found themselves on the
defensive."
This official was very angry at
Israel. "There is a sense almost of
betrayal," he said. "The Israelis
many not have considered this
aspect."
"I think the perception that I
have gotten from the various
Jewish people I have spoken to is
that the Israelis didn't take into
account the impact on the United
States Jewish community, and
what a difficult position this
places us in," he continued.
"Apart from anything else, there
is the absolute stupidity of the
whole thing.
"A lot of people are saying the
Israelis are arrogant. They don't
care about the American Jewish
community. They only want to
take our money. And they just
don't give a hoot."
HE SENSED that non-Jews
now look at the Jews "in a funny
way. There is a terrible sense that
people seem to have been put on
the spot. I haven't felt it very per
aonally But among the Jews in
government, it is the subject of
dicussion. There is no other sub-
ject that is being discussed. And
the reaction is that it's almost like
betrayal. How could they do this
to us, as American Jews?"
Is it goinj: t<> result in less will-
ingness on the |>art of Jews in the
government to deal with Israel?
Will they stop showing up at the
Israeli Embassy for reception-'
Will they stop meeting Israeli
diplomats?
"I don't know,' he replied. "I
don't think many people have real
ly thought through the situation.
They're really still in a state of
shock. I just don't know.
ANOTHER HIGH Reagan Ad
ministration political appointee
said: "I have seen two things: All
the Jews in the government are
very unhappy, much more so, in
my sense, than the Jews outside
the government. A lot of them,
are saying. 'Well, Israel needs it.'
But Jews in the government are
saying it's terrible, unbelievable
that they have done this, that this
happened."
The appointee added that so far.
he. personally, had not yet seen
any "negatives ... I have not felt
anyone looking at me with a ques-
tion mark. I have found the follow-
ing, though a couple of junior
people explaining to me why they
want to stress their non-Jewish
side so that they won't be
typecast.
"They are Jewish, but junior
people. They don't want to be
looked at as the court Jew. They
want to be seen as a Republican,
and it may well be that the reason
that they are concerned, why I am
hearing their concern about being
typecast, is Pollard. That may
well be."
"People are talking about it and
thinking about it." another Ad-
ministration official commented.
"It was not overly helpful. That's
been the sense. I've had no real
sense of anyone drawing back,
suggesting that if Pollard did it.
then everybody else must be doing
it. But it was terrible what they
(Israel) did."
A JEWISH Stole Department
official was also very concerned
about the impact of the affair.
"Needless to say. this is a subject
very close to my heart." he said. It
was with considerable trepidation
that I first read of it. To the best
that I can determine, there has
been no backlash whatsoever. I
can't claim to have the world's
most sensitive antennae. There
are some who suggest that the
FBI is reviewing all our files. I
have no indication of that. I really
don't.
"Quite frankly, if I were in the
FBI. I might be thinking along
those lines not out of any anti-
Semitic motivations or any
bigotry whatoovever. But just
look at this guy's (Pollard) profile,
and say 'Maybe, just as a precau-
tion, we had better look at people
with similar profiles Jews who
have dealt with Israel in some sort
of sensitive capacity.' There are
probably a 100 or so people who
might fit that description peo-
ple who have worked in the Em-
bassy in Tel Aviv, people who
have worked in Middle Eastern
affairs.
"But as far as I can tell. I have not
heard a comment, either directed
at me or anybody else, which
would cast the slightest shadow of
doubt or question on Jews per se.
about their loyalty or anything
else. I can tell you, though, that it
has made me uneasy, nonetheless.
Not that it has affected me in any
thing that I have done. But I think
it's almost inevitable that that
kind of thing would make me
useasy."
WHAT ABOUT your atutude in
dealing with Israel now? "I have
always assumed that anything you
tell them of interest, they are go-
ing to report," he said. "I have
never told them anything that
could in any fashion be construed
as revealing unauthorized revela-
tmns. which is not to sa\ 1 haven't
shared perceptions about th<
titude of thf fc'ovenimeni. ami -
forth. Hut it's a far jump !>etweeri
that and providing copies of
documents, ami petting paid for it
to hoot.
"Frankly, the sinple impression
that has most struck me by all this
is actually a dual one the in
credible incompetence of lx>th the
Israeli intelligence service and th<
American counterintelligence ser
vice. How they let this turkey
(Pollard) into this job when the
Washigton Post could come up on
the next morning with a story
quoting nine different people say
ing that the guy strutted around
claiming he was a Mossad agent.
It's absolutely beyond me. It
scares the hell out of me.
"The big, remaining question in
my mind is how many more
Pollards are there.' he continued
"I have no idea, but I'm sure there
is more than one You don't run a
whole operation like that with one
agent. It just does not stand to
reason that it begins and ends
with Pollard. But obviously I have
no idea."
HE SAID U.S. officials have
long believed that Israel was
"dogged and relatively
unscrupulous in the things they
went after in this country."
Referring to the longstanding
U.S.-Israeli agreement not to
undertake covert operations
against each other, he said: It had
been assumed for a long time that
this agreement that we had was
more closely adhered to by us than
by the Israelis. People generally
winked. If it involved Silicon
valley and trying to get some
Yitzhak Shamir. Israel's Foreign Minister and Deputy /'nnv
Minister, watthm unth keen interest as Boys Town Jsrusalm
sophonutre Ai"raham Zarug demonstrates the operation of a nidi-
tng machine in Boys Town's High School of Precision Mechnnict
technology, that didn't really
worry us all that much I don't
think it occurred to anybody that
they were actually planting
agents in intelligence agencies
"But it's been assumed for a
long time that the Israelis were
collecting everything over here
that they could get their hands on.
and that we took a pretty benign
attitude toward it Which may be
part of the problem Maybe, if the
U.8, had spoken up a long time
ago. and said. Hey. look guys, we
know what's going on. We don't
like it.' they might have been
more discreet I don't know But I
think there has been a very per
missive attitude towards Israelis
in the Cmted State.-. "
IN SHORT. Jews in the govern
ment. even while they are not ac-
tually being directly confronted
with nasty comments from their
non-Jewish colleagues, still tend
to assume that their colleague*
are thinking such things
Looking down the road, there u
a consensus among these Jews
that the final outcome of this sor-
did affair will largely depend on
what emerges from the current in
vestigation into the whole I" .1 lard
business.
If it becomes clear that this was
merely an isolated incident, that
Pollard was simply a rogue
character, the crisis will tend tr,
blow over relatively quickly "But
if they turn up two or three
others, who also happen to be
Jewish. I think that could really.
really be bed." one American
Jewish official in the government
commented.
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Friday. January 24. 1986/The Jewish Floridian Page 9-A
Bomb Hits
Police Appoint Special Inquiry Committee
Bv DAVID LANDAU
And GIL SEDAN
JERUSALEM (JTA)
The Jerusalem police
. e appointed a special
anel to investigate the
lash on the Temple Mount
lx-tween members of the
[nesset's Interior Commit-
e and an angry Moslem
irowd that allegedly
threatened their lives.
The police safely evacuated
. MKs. But the latter, mostly
ighl wingers, insist the police
uld have taken tough measures
.1 curb the mob instead of moun-
ting a rescue operation. Commit-
[,, chairman Dov Shilansky
ILikud-Herut). said that he would
k>fuse to testify before the police
Investigators because he thought
Em (H.lice action itself should be
Investigated.
THE TEMPLE Mount, site of
i' Al-Aksa mosque and Dome of
he Rock (Mosque of Omar) is the
nril holiest site in the Islamic
faith. It is accessible to all visitors
sut only Moslems are permitted to
f. irship there, a situation that
-rankles ultra-nationalist
Israelis.
While the Interior Committee
lya it was on legitimate business
t<> investigate complaints that
If Moslem religious authorities
illowed illegal construction it
|was accompanied by three
hardliners who have long demand
led an end to the special privileges
|given Moslems there.
These were Tehiya Party MKs
|Yuval Neeman and (ieula Cohen.
Iwho are not members of the In-
Ht.nor Committee, and nationalist
[activist (Jershom Salomon who
lha-s frequently led groups of Jews
pin attempt to hold prayer services
in the Temple Mount.
OFFICIALS OF the Waqf. the
jMoslem religious council in charge
|"! the holy sites, said the presence
[of well-known agitators for
[Jewish religious rights on the
[Temple Mount was a provocation.
I r i >r that reason, the Muezzin (the
| Moslem crier who calls the hours
|of prayer) summoned the faithful
>ver the public address system to
|"defend" their shrines.
Shilansky said that Neeman.
iCohen and Salomon had every
Iright to be present, as well as the
[reporters and television crews in
Kited to accompany the committee
[members. He demanded that the
|Muezzin be arrested and charged
with incitement.
While the Knesseters claim they
Were attacked without provoca-
tion, the Moslem Supreme Council
laims the MKs deliberately
Violated the ban on cameras at the
lolv site. This is one of the at-
ari the police investigators will
<>ok into.
THE PANEL is headed by Ami
[Fleissig. chief of investigations at
[Jerusalem police headquarters.
[Cohen has refused to cooperate
[with him on grounds that a police
[officer cannot investigate his
|6uperior.
The MKs' quarrel is with
[Jerusalem Police Chief Haim
|Alcaldes who ordered his men to
vacuate the threatened
[legislators. There is reportedly a
pnove afoot in the Knesset to de-
Iniand that the State Attorney
?neral investigate the incident,
not the police.
Frayed tempers were hardly
ased by another incident
faulting in the arrest of three
iltranationalist Jews. The three
fied with Moslem guards on
ie Temple Mount when they at-
empted to raise an Israeli flag on
the site and sang Hatikva. the na-
tional anthem. They claimed they
^presented Tehiya. But Neeman.
tsder of the riahtwinir party.
denied prior knowledge of their
escapade
Another prominent hardliner.
Minister of Commerce and In-
dustry Ariel Sharon of Likud.
visited the Temple Mount, after
first coordinating with the police
There was no incident. Sharon
stated that the site should be free
ly accessible to both Moslems and
Jews for prayer~
THE QUESTION of Jewish
prayer is complicated. The
government has banned it for
political reasons ever since the
Temple Mount was seized by
Israel in the 1967 war.
Orthodox Jews are forbidden
for halachic reasons from praying
at the site because of the presence
of Islamic shrines. For that
reason. Orthodox members of the
Interior Committee did not ac-
company Shilansky to the Temple
Mount, nor did most Labor MKs
for political reasons.
Shilansky vowed to return but
was forced to abandon his plans
under pressure from colleagues
after Knesset Speaker Shfomo
Hillel firmly ruled it out.
Meanwhile, police and border
police are maintaining a high pro-
file presence at the site to
forestall further incidents.
Vienna House
VIENNA (JTA) A house
accommodating several Jewish
families was severely damaged b
a bomb explosion here. There
were no injuries and no immediau
clues, but a recent rash of ant.
Semitic graffiti in t h i
neighborhood points to neo-Nazis
The damaged building is owned
by the Jewish Club for Culture
and Education. Several cars park
ed in front were destroyed, and
the windows of nearby buildings
were shattered by the blast.
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Page 10-A The Jewish Floridian/Friday. January 24. 1986
Kahane Charged With Using
'Tactics' To Force Debate
Bv KEVIN FREEMAN
NEW YORK (JTA) -
The American Jewish Com-
mittee has charged that on
at least two recent occasions
representatives of Rabbi
Meir Kahane have used
questinable tactics" in ef-
forts to get American
Jewish personalities to
engage in debate with him.
It was unclear, however,
whether Kahane was direct-
ly involved in the efforts by
his representatives here.
Hyman Bookbinder. AJO's
representative in Washington,
reported that he had received a
letter dated Jan. 6 from Madeline
Abraham, informing him that
Kahane. an Israeli Knesset
member, has "agreed to debate
you" on the issue. "Do the Arabs
of Israel have the right to
democratically and peacefully
become a majority within the
state and thereby do away with
the Jewish State?"
THE INVITATION was sent
on blank stationery on behalf of a
"Public Jewish Affairs Committee
(PJAC).'' Bookbinder replied to
Abraham the following day. say
ing in a memo he had no intention
of debating Kahane. "You must
be kidding," wrote Bookbinder.
Subsequently. Bookbinder
received telephone calls from
reporters in Washington inform-
ing him they had received news
releases announcing the "debate
of the decade" between Kahane
and Bookbinder for Jan. 23 at
Temple Sinai in Washington. An
advertisement for the debate of-
fers tickets at $6 and S3.
According to the AJC.
Bookbinder telephoned Abraham
protesting her action and deman-
ding that she acknowledge that he
had refused the invitation. She
responded, the AJC reported, by
saying she was sure he would
change his mind once he thought
it over.
MEANWHILE. Bookbinder in-
formed Rabbi Fred Reiner of
Temple Sinai that he would not ac-
cept the Kahane invitation. Tem-
ple Sinai has since informed
Abraham that the Temple was not
available for the debate. The
PJAC said it intends to sue the
Temple, charging breach of
contract.
David Abraham, Madeline's
husband and one of only a handful
of members of the PJAC. confirm-
ed the sequence of events involv-
ing Bookbinder and the invitation
sent to him by his wife. He said
that the organization was "in-
directly affiliated" with Kach. the
political party in Israel led by
Kahane, though he would not
disclose details of this affiliation.
He said the Committee was
formed "two or three months
ago" with the primary goal of br-
inging Kahane's ideas and opi-
nions to the American Jewish
community. He said Bookbinder
was selected to debate Kahane
because he is a prominent Jewish
figure in the Washington area.
ACCORDING TO Abraham, in
a telephone interview with the
Jewish Telegraphic Agency, the
PJAC had signed a contract to
have Kahane appear at Temple
Sinai. He said that shortly after-
wards. Madeline Abraham receiv-
ed a telegram informing the group
that the facility was unavailable.
Instead, he said. Kahane will
peak on the same day Jan. 28
at the Sheraton Hotel in Silver
Spring. Md.
The advertisement declared.
"Don't miss the debate of the
decade, the Arab state of Israel."
It further stated that Kahane
would discuss this "historic and
explosive" issue with "invited
guest" Bookbinder. Abraham said
the advertisement was placed
before Bookbinder's reply was
received.
The AJC also reported that a
similar ploy was being used in at
least one other part of the coun-
try, in the Los Angeles area,
where the "debate of the century"
was announced for Jan. 19 bet-
ween Kahane and Rabbi Harold
Schulweis of Valley Beth Shalom
in Encino. Like Bookbinder.
Schulweis vigorously protested
the use of his name in an adver-
tisement, declaring that he. too.
had no intention of debating with
Kahane.
DAVID ABRAHAM asserted
that PJAC had nothing to do with
the advertisement involving
Schulweis. The West Coast adver-
tisement, in the Los Angeles
Jewish Community Bulletin,
noted that "an invitation has been
sent to Rabbi Schulweis. We can-
not guarantee his presence."
Readers were urged to call Kach
International offices in California
for further information.
Representatives of American
Jewish organizations have con-
sistently refused to debate
Kahane because of what they call
his policies of "racism."
"demogoguery" and "a perver
BOB of Jewish religious, ethical
and traditional values and
practices."
"This latest move on his l>ehalf
convinces us further that
Kahane's appeals to racism and
violence are beyond the pale."
said AJC executive vice president
David Gordis. "He is not
representative of the Israelis nor
of American Jewry. His words
and actions are alien to Judaism,
and we continue to reject them
and what they stand for as af-
fronts to our history, our tradition
and beliefs, and our abiding com-
mitment to brotherhood and
peace."
Murphy Going Back to Mideast
To 'Intensify' Peace Efforts
WASHINGTON (JTA) The U.S. is boosting its ef-
forts to bring about peace talks to resolve the Arab-Israeli
conflict, the State Department announces.
"THE ADMINISTRATION is intensifying its efforts
to help the parties reach the negotiation table.'" State
Department spokesman Charles Redman announced in
response to a question. He said that in the context of this
"intensification," Assistant Secretary of State for Near
Eastern and South Asian Affairs Richard Murphy would be
going to the region "in the near future."
Calling the new effort "an intensification of an ongoing
process," Redman said that Murphy's direct contacts with
regional leaders were the main element. But he declined to
specify when the Assistant Secretary would leave or what
else the "intensification" entails.
Passengers who were not injured return home
to Lod Airport to an emotional wtleomtfrom
their families late Saturday niaht //.
,if?. th ttrroritt attack at Ri Auschwitz Photos Highlight Crime Against Mankind
By YITZHAK RABI
UNITED NATIONS (JTA) -
Leib Gongola looked at each
photograph very carefully and for
a long time. Auschwitz and its
horrors were in front of him in
huge black-and-white
photographs, hanging in the
visitors' lobby of the I'nited
Nations
"I was there for three years I
remember all." said (tongola. now
til and living in Brooklyn And as
if to remove any doubt that indeed
he was "there." he rolled up his
sleeve and showed his tattooed
arm: 783y.
GONGOLA is one of thousands
of individuals who have already
visited the "Auschwitz A Crime
Against Mankind" exhibition
which opened here last month and
will close Jan. 31. The exhibition
was brought to the IN by the
Polish government on the occa-
sion of the 40th anniversary of the
liberation of Auschwitz in 1946
The exhibition was organized bv
the Auachwitl State Museum and
the International Auschwitz Com
mittee and sponsored b\ the IN
Center for Human Rights
The photographs. main of them
taken b) SS Nazi guards at
Auschwitz. KMIM of them by in
mates and others by the lil>erator>
of the concentration camp, depict
the brutality and the mtemntic
murder of mihons of .lews and
othan by the Nasia In addition
the exhibition includes artifacts of
the murdered victims such
prayer bookl and prayer shawls
THE EXHIBITION, conceiv.il
t>\ the Auschwitz State Museum,
opened at the I'N on Dec 10 after
months of cooperation between
the museum authorities and
American Jewish leaders As i
result of the discussions, many of
the captions of the photographs
clearly state that the majority of
those who were murdered by the
Nazis in Auschwitz were Jowl
When the exhibition opened,
Benjamin Meed, president of the
American Gathering of Holocaust
Survivors said. "I am pleated th
exhibition is here. I have
mend it." Meed visite-i i |
August to review the i vr.ibition
liefore it arrived her.
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\eagan Wants Solution
Palestinian Problem A High Priority
Friday, January 24, 1986/The Jewish Floridian Page 11-A
Peres Issues Strong Statement
Of Support for World Zionist Body
By DAVID FRIEDMAN
WASHINGTON (JTA)
President Reagan stress-
, that while the United
Kates wants to find a solu-
jon to the Palestinian pro-
llem, neither the U.S. nor
Frael will negotiate with
ie Palestine Liberation
Organization, led by Yasir
Lrafat, as long as it refuses
recognize Israel's right to
cist.
"You can't ask them (Israel) to
p^.itiate with someone who's sit-
ing on the opposite side of the
liilf saying that they start from
r negotiating position that
rsel doesn't have any right to
just." Reagan said at his na-
Jnnallv televised press conference
om the East Room of the White
OUM.
"And this is the main thing,"
President added. "It's the
eason why we have not felt free
j talk with Arafat either until he
;ives up that position." Reagan
js<> reiterated the U.S. position
Jiat the PLO must accept United
(Jations Security Council Resolu-
ions 242 and 338.
REAGAN DISCUSSED the
Palestinian situation in response
a question after he announced
Kl he hail signed an executive
Inier imposing a total trade ban
It Libya and urging the 1,000 to
\mericans still in Libya to
ve immediately or be subject to
Bgal |*>nalties.
H> providing material support
terrorist groups which attack
.S citizens. Libya has engaged
armed aggression against the
,'nited States under established
principles of international law.
list as if he (Libyan leader Moam-
fcar Khadafy) had used its own
^rmed forces," Reagan said.
But the President refused to say
i nether he would use military
ore* against Libya, indicating
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that he was concerned that the
Americans still in Libya were
potential hostages.
The Palestinian issue was raised
when it was suggested that
Palestinians might get rid of
foreign occupation by emulating
U.S.-backed freedom fighters in
Afghanistan and the Contras in
Nicaragua.
"THE PEACEFUL way is the
thing we've been trying to pro-
mote," Reagan replied, "the idea
of peace between the Arab states
and Israel. And we have em-
phasized from the very first that
the problem of the Palestinians
must be part of any solution."
But Reagan added that there
are thousands of Palestinians in
almost every Arab country' and in
some they are almost a majority.
"And in many of these countries
they are not made citizens," he
said.
Reagan said these Palestinians
"seem to be content with where
they're living, but those that
became refugees, the great
refugee camps that we found in
Lebanon are literally people
without a country and we think
there has to be a solution found
for them."
In his opening statement on
Libya, Reagan declared that the
attacks on the El Al counters at
the Rome and Vienna airports
Dec. 27 were carried out by the
Abu Nidal terrorist organization.
VOWING TO bring Abu Nidal
and other terrorists to justice.
Reagan added, "these murderers
could not carry out their crimes
without the sanctuary and sup-
port provided by regimes such as
Col. Khadafy in Libya." He said
the airport attacks are only the
latest in a series of brutal terrorist
attacks committed with Khadafy's
hacking.
Reagan said the U.S. will seek
the cooperation of its European
allies in the trade embargo on
Libya. But he indicated that some
may not agree to go along because
of their economic situation.
The President acknowledged
that there are limits on the
retribution the U.S. can take
against terrorists. But he noted
that during the last year the U.S.,
working with other countries,
aborted 126 terrorist missions. He
would not give any details.
At one point Reagan said
Khadafy was not only a barbarian,
"but he's flaky."
By DAVID LANDAU
JERUSALEM (JTA) -
Prime Minister Shimon
Peres has issued a strong
statement of support for the
World Zionist Organization
following a series of
meetings between top
Cabinet ministers and WZO
executive members.
The statement has been very
warmly welcomed by the WZO
leadership which sees it as an ex-
pression of support for the ongo-
ing Herzlia process, whereby the
WZO has undertaken a structural
reform of its organization and has
promised greater democratization
of its institutions.
The statement, issued here last
weekend, said that the govern-
ment recognizes the WZO to be
the main catalyst in the relations
between Israel and the diaspora
and that it places great impor-
tance on the organization's
activities.
THE PRIME MINISTER also
announced, in his statement, that
the government intends to in-
crease the cooperation and coor-
dination between it and the WZO.
The meeting followed a certain
discord within the Jewish Agency
against the background of
disgruntlement by some non-
Zionist fund-raising members. But
there is awareness within the
WZO of calls for reform and of the
need for the Herzlia process.
The WZO is awaiting with
trepidation the report, due out
this week, on the emissary institu-
tion. The report, by a commission
under former Supreme Court
Justice Moshe Landau, is ex-
pected to be a profound recon-
sideration of the entire emissary-
organization.
In the statement. Peres and
WZO Executive Chairman Leon
Dulzin echoed this awareness and
called on all Zionist organizations
to undergo deep ideological self-
examination in order to pave the
way for the future of the Zionist
movement.
The Prime Minister mentioned
the challenges that the Zionist
movement faces today, namely,
aliya, the need to intensify the
awareness that Israel is the center
of the Jewish people and the im-
provement of both Jewish and
Zionist education.
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Page 12-A The Jewish Floridian/Friday. January 24. 1986
Dr. Jiw\ Leinn kittles Hector 'Macho' CtUHGCho, who brokt Uu
battling physician's now atcond Itm
S. Miami MD Literally Fought
For Freedom of Soviet Boxer
Continued from Page .">- \
When his turn came. Levin
thought (amacho was aware of
him ami his reason for fighting.
If he was. he didn't show it. "He
turned around and dropped me
cold." Levin said, wincing. "I got
back up. and he hit me with a
seven-punch combination that was
so fast. I didn't know what hit
me." The result'
"I WAS ready to back out. For
the first time. I was really
scared." Levin's nose was broken
again, and his ribs had taken a
pounding. Now he really needed
help. Once again, he called his
friend. Bill Medei. begging him to
intervene, to talk to ('amacho
Another sparring session was ar-
ranged, this time with less
disastrous consequences.
Everything was ready for the big
event.
Fight night Round one. "We
start going at it. I'm doing my
best, and the next thing I know,
he drops me. He spun around and
hit me with a right hand on my
chin. I was out, but immediately
came to. I got right back up. he
dropped his guard (to give Levin a
free shot?), and I put everything I
had into a right hand that landed
square on his jaw. And he went
down cond, and came right back up. I'm
sure it was a gift."
They finished the bout, at which
time Camacho offered Levin
another gift a pair of oversized
boxing gloves.
Telegrams poured in. Mesh's
parents were interviewed by all
the media. The publicity was enor-
mous and effective. A petition
calling for Mesh's release was
drafted and signed by a half-dozen
world champions, then presented
to the Soviet Ambassador in
Washington. Antoly Dobrynin.
Accompanying Levin were his
son. Chad. Sen. Hawkins, and
Sen. Howard Metzenbaum of
Ohio. Only the senators were
allowed to meet with the am
isador. The story made front
page news. Howard CosaU includ-
in his show.
MESH WAS then rriotted
from prison. "He was in terribly
had health at this point." Levin
said "Apparently the beating!
had exacted quite a toll on his liver
and pancreas. At one time, we
were told he was going to die."
The Soviets dropped his five-year
sentence.
Word reached Levin that
Mesh's case had been reviewed.
Mesh told an American tourist
that he might be released. Mesh's
mother confirmed the rumor.
"Right around Christmas."
Levin said. "I got a call at 2:30 in
the morning. It was both Mesh's
mother and father. Leonid. His
father said. 'Joel, you're going to
meet your brother. He has gotten
permission.' By now. Roza and
I as another son.
"That was pretty damned ex-
citing. I woke up my whole house,
my family is very involved with
the whole Mesh clan, both kids has
fantasies about meeting Mesh's
son. Marat, so I woke everyone up
and told them Yakov is getting
out."
SINCE THEN. Roza Mesh call-
ad once more to confirm that
Yakov is closing out his affairs
and hopes to be in Vienna around
Jan. 25. this weekend.
l^evin and his RN wife Karen
were invited by Mesh's parents to
join them in Vienna to welcome
Yakov Mesh to freedom. "Oh
yeah!" Levin exulted, "it's going
down!"
Because of the courage of peo-
ple like Karen and Joel Levin, and
Bill Medei. Yakov Mesh will stand
on the pulpit at Temple Bet Breira
and proclaim his freedom to l>e a
Jew for the first time in his life.
And Dr. Joel Levin's hands have
returned from hitting to healing.
Gramm-Rudman Cuts Foreign
Aid to Israel By $51 Million
Continued from Page 1-A
give the money back, the same
amount might be added to the
budget cuts for other aid reci-
pients, the Post report said.
CITING State Department of
firials. the report suggested that
the $51 million might be deducted
from supplemental economic
assistance that was tacked on to
the fiscal year 1985 foreign aid
bill. Israel has already received
half of the $1.5 billion Congress
approved in supplemer tal
aaaiatance. while the other half
i to be handed over in 1986.
In addition. Israel has not yet
received all of the $1.8 billion in
military aid that it has been
awarded for fiscal year 1986. and
the report suggested that the
Gramm-Rudman cuts could apply
to that part of Israel's aid package
as well. When he offered the total
figure of $420 million. Redman
referred to security assistance.
An Israeli Embassy spokesman
declined comment on the State
Department's announcement,
saying only that the new law was
being studied. The assistance to
Israel approved by Congress for
fiscal year 1986 is to be carried
over to the following fiscal year,
according to the foreign aid" bill.
However. Israel has already re-
quested a slight increase for 1987
to account for inflation.
Redman declined to specify
whether his reference to "across
the board" cuts meant that all
foreign aid recipients would have
the same percentage of their aid
deducted or if decisions would be
made on a caae-by-caae basis.
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bookcase
Biography Deflates Dr. Weizmann
Friday. January 24. 1986/The Jewish Floridian Page 13-A_
Our Readers Write: Beach Dying
Because of 'Evil' Redevelopment
By MORTON I. TEICHER
haim Weiimann: The Making
of a Zionist Leader. By
Jehuda Reinharz. New York:
Oxford University Press. 1985.
56 pp. $29.95.
It is well-known that Chaim
Weizmann was the greatest
Kionilt leader who was chiefly
f,s(K>nsible for securing from the
government of Great Britain the
famous Balfour Declaration of
917 which promised the Jews a
fi.itional home in Palestine That
momentous statement gave a
legal basis to the idea and the
ope of reconstituting the Holy
| i as the homeland of the Jews.
It is ironic that the British, who
later resisted fulfilling their
pledge, now give the actual docu-
ment an honored place in their ar
-chives. Copies are proudly and
Freely distributed by a uniformed
attendant in the British Museum.
FOR THIS great achievement
land for other accomplishments as
la Zionist leader. Weizmann was
recognized by being selected as
[Israel's first president. For his
lfc.it > and attainments as a
I.-demist. Weizmann was honored
|l>\ the establishment of the
I renowned scientific institute at
Rehovot which bears his name.
I One other monument to Weiz-
Irnann is Hebrew University in
I Jerusalem which he fought to
create almost single-handedly
ver a period of many years.
Weizmann was ranked by Ben-
It iunon alongside Hend as the two
Imen who most profoundly in-
ifluenced modern Jewish history.
II yd George called him the
(greatest Jew of the last 1.000
Rears. Winston Churchill said that
Weizmann was "the ablest and
unseat leader of the cause of
Zionism." Abba Eban wrote that
I in Jewish history. Weizmann cor-
i responds to Thomas Jefferson in
American history. Barnett Lit-
vinoff. one of Weizmann's
biographers, called him the "Last
of the Patriarchs."
The grounding for these deserv-
ed accolades was reinfored by the
publication of Weizmann's letters
ind papers in 23 volumes. Also.
there is ample evidence about his
life both as a Zionist and as a
chemist in his autobiography.
"Trial and Error." published in
1*49. three years before Weiz-
mann died at Rehovot.
There have been other
biographies of Weizmann by
Isaiah Berlin. Harold Blumberg
and Meyer Weisgal. Barnett Lit-
vinoff not only published a fine
biography but also wrote a second
book which contains excerpts
from Weizmann's speeches, let-
ters and writings.
WHY THEN a new biography?
Jehuda Reinharz. the author of
this work, claims that he is the
official biographer." He says
I that he took over from Walter La-
queur who succeeded Richard
Grossman as the "official
biographer." According to
Remharz. 1-aqueur transferred
the mantle to him. In fact. Yacov
Talmon, the Israeli historian had
been commissioned to serve in
this capacity of "official
biographer."
In any event. Reinharz has now
published the first of a two-
volume biography. This book
takes us from Weizmann's birth in
Factory Worker Wins
TEL AVIV tory worker from a refugee camp
in the Gaza Strip won a record
$360,000 in the soccer pools, the
first Palestinian to win the top
prize. Salem Barbah. M, a father
"f three, was the only person to
pick correctly the 13 winnng
teams in last Saturday's league
names, pool officials announced.
in Jaffa and earns $4 I)R. CHAIM WEIZMANN
Jehuda Reinharz
1874 to the beginning of World
War I. Presumably, the second
volume will deal with the last 38
years of Weizmann's life.
This book has all tbe trappings
of formal historiography. It con-
tains 119 pages of "notes" and 27
pages of "bibliography." When
the index is added, we are left
with 404 pages of text in a book
tbat has a total of 566 pages plus
an 11 page preface. Thus, about
one third of the book is devoted to
the scholarly apparatus.
WHAT IS to be found in the re
maining two-thirds? A
methodical, dull, plodding and
tiresome narrative greets us. It is
replete with accounts of commit-
tees, sub-committees, executive
committees, standing committees,
conferences, commissions, con
gresses and councils. The most pa
tient reader will get lost in the
thicket of these activities ami
intrigues.
It is true that the early Zionists
were caught up with meetings,
discussions, debates and
ideological differences Reinharz
cannot be faulted for mirroring
them in his book. What he can be
faulted for is his hateful desert]
tion of Weizmann. It almost ID
pears as though Reinharz set out
to debunk Weizmann as a great
leader. While, on occasion, he
grudginglv acknowledges Web-
mann's 'positive attributes.
Reinharz concentrates on Wett-
mann's human frailti.
Over and over again. Reinharz
u.l|. > that Weizmann exag
gerated and embellished the
Truth He calls Weizmann lew
than candid." "disingenuous
haughty, b^d. boastful, buwar
K insecure, a distorter of facts
and an elitist. He asserts that
Weizmann was "guilty of greed
and vanity." that he was disloyal
and that he lacked sound political
judgement.
ACCORDING TO Reinharz.
Weizmann had an "inelegant and
unsophisticated" manner, as well
as "little monetary sense."
Reinharz tries to spice up his
presentation with repeated in-
nuendoes about Wiezmann's "in-
fatuation with beautiful women."
He even stoops so low as to tell us
that Weizmann worked in his
laboratory on Yom Kippur, 1906.
In short, this book is a diatribe,
not a biography. It is so poisonous
and prejudicial that both the
author and the publisher would be
well-advised to reconsider their
decision to issue a second volume.
If it turns out to be as obnoxious
and as offensive as this one. it
would be better if it never sees the
light of day. Indeed, it would have
been better if this book had never
appeared either. We have a
number of good sources to learn
about Chaim Weizmann. This par-
ticular one should be consigned to
a well-deserved oblivion.
It seems that Reinharz tried to
inflate his own stature by
deflating Chaim Weizmann. He
has failed miserably. His huffing
and puffing has resulted in a book
which has all the flatness of a
limp, punctured balloon.
EDITOR. The Jeunsh Floridun,
"The Beach is dying." photo-
journalist Ray Fisher, named
University of Miami College of
Arts and Sciences "Outstanding
Alumnus" for 1985, is quoted as
saying in the Dec. 27 edition of
The Jewish Floridian. And he pro-
ceeds to give reasons for a dying
Miami Beach.
Factual truth demands pro-
claiming once and for all that the
cause for dying Miami Beach lies
in the evil brainstorm of the
Miami Beach Redevelopment plan
to expel the seven-thousand
pioneer residents of South Beach
from what was Jewish paradise
community, and to transform the
area into a Venice-like tourist
resort.
To make certain of the destruc-
tion of the Jewish community in
South Beach, the devastating
building moratorium was imposed
as a means of insuring the
deterioration and ruin of South
Beach. Thus came the Fall of
South Beach, ruin and destruction
of a Jewish community, the flee-
ing of the finest, the most cultured
and intellectual, the most stable
and law-abiding American Jews,
from a community that once was
their residential paradise.
In place of the departing Jewish
population in South Beach, most
of the seven-thousand Jews who
dwelled in the area, came in-
vading illegal immigrants and
others. The few remaining Jews
still living in the area are in cons-
tant fear of being mugged, robbed
and worse on the streets and
homes in South Beach.
Those who plotted and planned
the redevelopment and building
moratorium, those who aided and
abetted, those who allowed
themselves to fall under the spell
of that evil brainstorm,
scapegoating seven-thousand
Jews for a grandiose tourist
resort, those who helped spread
the "gospel" of redevelopment,
are directly responsible and guilty
of bringing ruin and destruction
to a fine and proud Jewish
community.
Not only has South Beach fallen
victim, but also parts of Miami
Beach to the north of it. The
destruction of South Beach is per-
manent. Unlike genuine and
wholesome redevelopments in
Boston and Baltimore that did not
plan the expulsion and sacrifice of
the residents. South Beach
redevelopment and the disastrous
building moratorium brought the
Fall of South Beach forever, in-
cluding other parts of Miami
Beach.
Those who plotted and aided
stand accused and guilty of the
destruction of a fine Jewish com-
munity, which could have been im-
proved and made more beautiful
for the fine, law-abiding, intellec-
tual and cultured group that once
inhabited the paradise of South
Beach.
SHMUEL LEVITZ
Miami Beach
Tu B'Shevat, New Year of Trees
And Role of JNF in Israel
Continued from Page 4-A
five million planted each year. Af-
forestation, however, has meant
more to Israel's land than just the
aesthetic beauty which trees pro-
vide to JNF forests, parks,
playgrounds, and picnic areas.
Trees have played a major role in
all of JNF"s efforts to reclaim the
entire land of Israel.
In the Negev, trees increase ox-
ygen and break the fierce desert
wind velocity, thereby preserving
the soil. In the Galilee, in northern
Israel, trees stand as barriers
against winds that ravage slopes
of their fertile layers of top soil.
The eucalyptus tree, which ab-
sorbs enormous amounts of
water, has been of great aid in
swamp drainage and making the
land fit for agricultural use.
When one considers it. the
benefits of trees are innumerable.
especially to a small country like
Israel, which needs to make max-
imum use of its natural resources.
Trees mean more moisture in the
soil, prevent a rapid run-off of
rain water, provide shade, rein-
vigorate the soil and air. help
shelter border communities, and
provide shelter for wildlife. In ad-
dition, they provide raw materials
for farms and factories, and offer
immigrants, many of whom work
in JNF forests, their first
economic foothold in their new-
land.
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with the forces of rebirth, helping
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Arab Terrorist Leader Attended
Breakfast With Peru's President
Award-winning columnist and author Art
Buchwald {center) and Henry L. Bayles
(right), vice president and legal counsel of the
Israel Cancer Research Fund, were honored
at the Fund's sixth annual Tower of Hope Ball
at the Pierre in New York City. Buchwald
receiivd an award for humanitarian ac-
tivities and a Fellowship to support cancer
research by an Israeli scientist was dedicated
in his honor. Bayles was designated as Man of
Year and received the ICRF's Tour of Hope
award. Participating in the ceremonies were
(left to right) Dr. Yashar Hirshaut. ICRF
president; Leonard Goldstein, master of
ceremonies and dinner chairman; and Dr.
Daniel G. Miller, founder and president-
emeritus of the Fund.
Free World Urged
To Bear Kidnapped Jews in Mind
Continued from Page 1-A
Luminoso (Shining Path). Peru's
native terrorist revolutionary
organization that has killed hun-
dreds of people and caused major
disruptions in Peruvian life.
"Instead of honoring an in-
dividual closely linked to hijacking
and murder." the two Jewish
representatives told Ambassador
Montana. Peruvian officials would
be much better advised "to sever
all relationships with the PLO and
to close its office in Lima."
They pointed out that Kaddoumi
was intimately involved in the hi
jacking of the Achille Lauro. that
he lied about the brutal murder of
Leon Klinghoffer and even claim-
ed that no killing had taken place.
Rosenthal and Hellman recalled
that Kaddoumi. in a speech before
diplomats at the I'nited Nations,
had "brazenly made the ridiculous
charge that Mrs. Klinghoffer had
killed her own husband and
thrown him overboard to collect
the insurance."
Sl'BSEQl'ENT to the meeting.
Rosenthal said that their
representation to the Ambassador
was one of several protests abovl
Kaddoumi's presence at the
tireakfast that had been
by the Peruvian government.
He noted that Peru. i,.A ,
community had dMCribed them.
vitation to Kaddoumi as -train,
and inconsistent with the reaiitS
of Peruvian life." He said thai
Jewish leaders there had made the
point that "it is inconsistent for
IVru to denounce bdigenoQs to,
rorism while not denouncing it in*
the Middle East."
Peruvian newspaper-
ed strong objections xj
Lima daily, had charge-i
Peruvian attitude 'Mi not
realistic" and described the recep-
tion given to Kaddoumi
shame" because of his connection
to the Achille Lauro bracking.
Rosenthal said that Penis rela-
tionship to the PLO <*- jack to
June. 1979. when the military
government of Qen. Franbeto
Morales Bermudez pern,if.
Arab organization to open Soota
America's first PLO office in
Lima.
He said the office distributes
inti Semitic literature Rich as the
Protocols of the Elders >j Zioa
and has been linked th ex-
tremist groups on both the left
and right in Peru.
Bv YITZHAK RABI
NEW YORK (JTA) -
Jewish and Christian
leaders have called on the
leaders of the free world
and the United States
government to intensify
their efforts on behalf of
kidnapped Lebanese Jews
who are held by Islamic fun-
damentalist extremists in
Lebanon.
The call was made during a
special memorial service, held at
Congregation Kehilat Jeshurun
for two Lebanese Jews who were
killed by their kindappers last
month. The victimss were Haim
Cohen Halala. 38. and Prof. Isaac
Tarrah. 53. both members of the
tiny Jewish community of Beirut.
Rep. William Green (R.. N.Y.)
charged that the two were
murdered "for one reason: they
Debate Postponed
UNITED NATIONS (JTA) -
The Security Council, which met
here to discuss Lebanon's com-
plaint ?gainst Israel, decided to
postpone the debate and
reconvene. According to
diplomats here. Lebanon re-
quested the delay to try to modify
the anti-Israeli draft resolution
circulated here, to avoid a U.S.
veto.
were Jews." He called for a public
protest against the killings and in-
creased efforts to save the lives of
other Jewish hostages in
Lebanon.
THE REV. Joseph O'Hare.
president of Fordham University,
said that he came to the memorial
service to express sympathy with
the victims' families and to ex-
press outrage at the brutal killings
of innocent people because of
their religion.
The memorial service, which
was attended by more than 120
people, was co-sponsored by the
New York Board of Rabbis, the
American Jewish Committee and
the Jewish Community Relations
Council of New York.
Rabbi Haskell Lookstein. presi-
dent of the New York Board of
Rabbis, said that the "silence"
and indifference to the fate of
Lebanon's Jews must be broken.
PEGGY TISHMAN. president
of the JCRC of New York,
declared: "We will not stand idly
by while in Lebanon Jews are ab-
ducted and murdered for no
reason other than their Jewish
heritage." She added:
"The fate of five Lebanese Jews
Isaac Sasson. Dr. Elie Hllak.
Salim Jammous. Elie Srour and
Yehuda Benesti. along with our
American brothers and other
foreign captives, hangs in the
balance. Our plea to all people of
compassion and influence is to in-
tercede on behalf of these in-
nocents and save their lives."
Howard Friedman, president of
the AJC. stated: "It is now time
for civilized people and nations to
treat terrorists and the nations
which provide them with succor a.<
outlaws and beyond civilized
norms." He continued: "We
would be remiss in our memorial
to them (the victims) if we did not
express our profound conviction
that the time has come to require
more than rhetorical flourishes
when terrorism is addressed."
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Immigrant Endows Jewish Studies p,ans To Curtail Freedom of Press
Friday, January 24. 1986/The Jewish Floridian Page 15-A
Gov't. Charged With 'Draconian'
ontinued from Page 1-A
|isri studies an endowed
| that will enable I'F's Co)
of Liberal Arts and Sciences
,ii kwp a leading
liar in a given field That
...... will later Ik> matched
(400.000 froni the state-
. Seholan Tru.-t Fund
Buch funds become
able Currently all the funds
trust are committed, and
,, di replenishing by the
la Legislature
under of tireenhauni's
be used bo ettabhah an en-
.. to strengthen UF'a
I for Jewish Studies The
no often a certificate
-am equivalent to an
faemic minor
n we get additional faculty
libers," said Warren Bargad.
Ctor of the Center, "we'll he
|y to pursue the possibility of
Iring a major leading to a
Ihelor's degree in Jewish
Boa."
tBBNBAim was born in
jow. a little town in Poland on
[Austrian border. His parents
merchants, and in 1938
in Hitler invaded Vienna, the
ear-old Greenbaum was in
Benjamin Greenbaum
Vienna working in the family
business.
"I was arrested to be deported
back to Poland." said Greenbaum.
ormer SS Guard To Be Booted;
Must Give Up Social Security
lASHINGTON -(JTA)-The
1 Board of Immigration Ap-
I.- i HI A) has rejected the ap-
of Keinhold Kulle. a former
Iguard leader at the Gross-
Hi concentration camp who
ordered deported in 1984 by
KederaJ Immigration Court in
ago In s rare move, the B1A
took actiofl that is expected to
lit in the cancellation of
|e tocial security benefits.
(ulle. !.">. admitted during his
trial that he had served dur
'Id War II as an officer in
| hA-!/i (Death's Headldivi
of the Waf fen-SS at the
brious Groaa-Roeen camp in
er Silesia
AFFIRMING the lower
rt' deportation order, the
noted that Kulle's 88 service
Bnaril) conaiated of i*-ing a
and training guar>is who
e the brutal Nazi eoncentra
camp tystam achieve its
Some'lK),000 civilian in-
and Allied POWs periahad
tross-Roeen.
Although the lower court had
found Kulle deportable solely on
the basis of his "assistance in Nazi
persecution." the BIA ruled that
the evidence established that he
was deportable on the additional
ground that he had obtained his
U.S. immigration visa by
fraudulently concealing his war-
time past
According to World Jewish Con-
gress general counsel Eli Kosen-
baum. wh" w;is co counsel for the
government at the 1983 trial
while serving as a federal pro-
secutor with the Justice Depart-
ment".* office of Special Investiga-
tions, this last aspect of the BIA'i
decision has special significance.
Kosenbaum explained that the fin-
ding of fraud means that when
Kulle is finally deported, he will
lose his entitlement to social
security benefits
THE KULLE case highlights
the need for the enactment of
legislation that would directly
revoke the social security benefits
of proven Nazi war cimmals,
Kosenbaum said.
with a hint of an Old World ac-
cent. "I was given five days to
leave the country."
Greenbaum went to Belgium,
where he me; Jewish family.
who sponsored his emigration to
America in 1989. Greenbaum liv-
ed in New York's lower Kastsidc
and said he did a little bit
everything U) make ends meet "1
washed dishes. You name it. One
time 1 helped make the radiators
that were once used to hear
houses with and carried them up
80 stones for 88 cents an hour."
Greenbaum got involved in food
retailing in New York, first selling
imported mushrooms in street
markets and eventually packaging
them "Mine is not really an ex-
traordinary sacceas story. 1 work-
ed hard. I made my own mistakes,
and 1 made my own successes." he
said.
GREENBAUM eventually got a
job with a firm and was ti^ansfer
red to Chicago. There he went in-
to partnership in a company that
marketed powdered eggs.
"In 1958. I came to Florida for a
vacation and bought a company in
Tampa." he said. "I've been living
there ever since.'* The company
was Florida Frozen Products.
Greenbaum said that he got into
commercial cold storage when
frozen foods were first being
introduced.
Greenbaum noted that the first
accountant who helped him keep
the books for his Tampa concern
was Frederick E. Fisher, who.
with his wife Patricia, donated
$6.5 million to I'F's School of Ac-
counting in November.
"Three of my four children
chose to attend the University of
Florida," said Greenbaum. "So
I'm not doing this all by myself.
And my wife. Helen, who passed
on three years ago, would have
wanted some of the money from
our company to go to the cause of
Jewish education, so I'm fulfilling
her wish."
"MY GOAL is not just to
establish a chair, but to go on and
create a total school." said Green-
baum in explaing why he gave $1
million instead of just enough to
fund an Eminent Scholar Chair.
"I say if you're going to do
something, you might as well do it
right."
Hargad said the gift will allow
the center to expand its faculty
and offer a large numlier of more
varied courses "The Chair will
also allow the center to bring to
the university a scholar of interna-
tional stature," he said.
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By DAVID LANDAl
JERUSALEM (JTA) At-
torney General Yitzhak Zamir
disclosed to shocked and out rag -
ed audience of journalists that cer-
tain government quarters havi
drafted draconiari laws which
would severely curtial frcedon
the press if thej were ever to >*
ted
The Attorney general ma clear that he was not referring to
the Justice Ministry, where he
himself is the senior official in
charge of drafting laws. He spoke
in Tel Aviv last night at a meeting
honoring Yehoshua Kotenstreich.
president of the Israel Press
Council, on the occasion of his
75th birthday.
Zamir said he was much appall
ed as the journalists by the
measures contemplated, which
would establish a system of licens-
ing for journalists, just as doctors
and lawyers require a state license
to practice. He said that some
politicians who believe thej wen-
hurt by the media support the pro
posed measures SS 8 waj to strike
back.
Zamir also noted that of late
the news media has become in-
creasingly unpopular with large
segments of the public He ll
dicated that the looming danger of
restrictive measure* should pro
mpl the media to voluntarily
tighten enforcement of its owi
rules of journal is;
The draft bill to whi
referred is tar more restrictive
than the bill presently under COI
sideration by the Cabinet which
would forbid the media from
publishing the name of a SUSpecl
until the person has ln-en formally
charged with an offense. "There
are values of freedom of the pre
and of the public's right to know."
Zamir said, "but they cannot sup
plant the rights of an individual
who stands defenseless against
the might of the media.
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2. You will help restore the land of Israel
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For over 40 years. Rabbi Irving Lehrman has unselfishly dedicated his lite igjgB*fgS
not only to his congregation at Temple EmanuEl, but also to the Jewish community in South
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 BondA&<*2">'*"*2
Rabbi Irving Lehrman with the prestigious Golda Meir Leadership Award at the International
Dinner on Thursday, February 6,1986, at the Fontainebleau Hilton Hotel.
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ATTORNEY IRA KURZBAN: injustice makes him angry-
ngry Man
Seeks Justice for Haitian Refugees
By ERIC MOSS
Jnm* yUmiuin Staff Wntrr
Ira Kurzban is an angry
young man, and nothing
makes him angrier than in-
justice. Especially when he
believes the United States
| government is the source.
Kurzban is an attorney
[specializing in immigration
law. He is general counsel
| for the Haitian Refugee
Center, and federal policies
regarding Haitian refugees
have pushed his anger past
[its limit.
He believes current immigra-
tion actions against the Haitians
are an outrage, and points his
finger at President Reagan as the
main culprit.
In Kurzban's opinion, the Presi-
dent "has done more to hurt the
I handicapped, blacks and the elder-
ly than any president in recent
[history."
ACCORDING TO Kurzban.
I policies stem from President
I Reagan's "insensitivity" to the
[fact that this country is being run
[by "non-ethnic white males."
I"What I see in this administration
[are judgeships and cabinet posi-
[tions to which women and other
[minorities are not being ap-
[pointed. More white Protestant
[males have been appointed to the
[federal bench and other executive
offices than in the last
(administration."
To illustrate the point. Kurzban
I related an incident involving
[himself, a woman legal associate,
ind several members of the Im-
ngration Service. "During
negotiations, these guys totally in-
gnored her. She'd ask a question,
and they'd look at me while they
answered. They wanted to talk
man-to-man."
Kurzban's interest in immigra-
tion originated from his
awareness of being a first genera-
tion American. "My father was a
Jewish immigrant from Rumania.
From an early age. I was aware of
the outrageous and immoral con-
ditions of refugees in the 1930's."
He also remembers being affected
by the story of the ill-fated voyage
of the St. Louis off the U.S. coast.
This ship, crammed with over 800
European Jews, was prevented
from landing at ports along the
entire east coast, including Miami
and Cuba.
GROWING UP in a Jewish
home m New York City created
Kurzban's "heightened sensitivi-
ty" to the problems of minorities.
Although he said he didn't ex-
perience direct forms of anti-
Semitism, there were occasional
clashes between neighbors.
"Sometimes there'd be fights
between the Italian kids and the
Jewish kids, name calling, but it
wasn't really a matter of pitting
one ethnic group against the
other. Outright prejudice exists.
Oddly, we didn't have it in our in-
sulated Brooklyn neighborhood."
During the 1960's, Kurzban
became caught up in the political
turmoil of the time. He became
concerned about the issue of race
discrimination and the political in-
stitutions that support it.
While he was completing his
legal education during the early to
mid 1970's. an influx of im-
migrants led to a call for help from
Kurzban's brother. Marvin, an at-
torney practicing in Miami. Ira
had been involved in civil liberties
litigation as a law student in
California and saw the invitation
to join his brother's firm as an op-
portunity. "I was also attracted to
the area," he said.
AS HE began to work on Hai-
tian political asylum cases, Kurz-
ban was shocked at what he
discovered.
"Haiti is the most oppressive
regime in the Western
hemisphere," he said, eyes
flashing. "Today, every
schoolchild in Haiti is on strike;
they refuse to go to school." Kurz-
ban also said that the riots have
become more violent, yet news
about them is relegated to the
back pages of the dailies here.
"People were killed in a riot only
two weeks ago. There are serious.
serious uprisings going on in Haiti
right now." he added. Who would
ever know it?
Kurzban believes that racially
discriminatory attitudes are the
cause of the public's obliviousness
to the situation. "You could im-
agine if all the schoolchildren in
Cuba went on strike, there would
tie banner headlines." he s; id.
"The conditions in Haiti are
always back-paged."
HE DESCRIBES Haiti as a
"brutal, repressive one-family dic-
tatorship that has now existed for
27 years." During its existence,
its own people have been killed
and its major institutions
destroyed institutions such as
labor unions, the church and the
educational system. The press has
been silenced. There is no form of
anti-Duvalier opposition."
Continued on Page 2-B
Ira Kurzban: The Vital Statistics
Ira Jay Kurzban was born in Brooklyn,
[N.Y. in 1949. He attended the London School
[of Economics, where he studied Political
Philosophy, then transferred to Syracuse
ll'niversity where he earned his AB degree
[with honors in Political Science.
In 1973. Kurzban received the MA in
Political Science from the University of
California, Berkley, where he went on to earn
ihe JD degree in 1976. He expects to receive
fis PhD in Political Science and Public Law at
Berkley this December.
. Whije a student, Kurzban received a three-
rear Kent Fellowship and did two-year stints
k a Law and Society Fellow and" Research
Tellow at Cal, Berkley. He was also a
ching assistant and instructor in their
political Science Department.
After being admitted to the Florida and
lifomia Bars in 1976. Kurzban became
lorida Legal Counsel for the National Coun-
cil of Churches and the National Emergency
Civil Liberties Committee. In January. 1977
he joined his brother's law firm, now known
as Kurzlian. Kurzban and Weinger.
Currently. Kurzban is an Adjunct Professor
of Immigration and Nationality Law at the
University of Miami and Nova Law Schools.
His numerous publications include articles for
""The Nation," "Immigration,'* "San Diego
Law Review" and the "I'niversity of Miami
Law Review."
Among his awards, he was named to Es-
ifuirr Magazine's register of Men and Women
Under Forty Who Are Changing the Nation,
the first Tobias Simon Pro-Bono Services
Award by the Chief Justice of the Florida
Supreme Court, and the Jack Wasserman
Award for Excellence in Federal Litigation
by the American Immigration Lawyers
Association. He is also listed in Who's Who in
Florida.
Kurzbar. is single.
Super Sunday Special Airs
On 'Still Small Voice'
Miami television viewers can
get a preview of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation's Super
Sunday/Super Week event by tun-
ing into "Still Small Voice" which
will air on WSVN-Channel 7 this
Sunday at 7:00 a.m. The show will
be repeated on Jewish Federation
('able Television (JFTV) on Mon-
day. Jan. 27 at 6:30 p.m. and on
Thursday. Jan. 30 at 7 p.m.
This special edition of "Still
Small Voice" will be hosted by
Rabbi Solomon Schiff. the ex-
ecutive vice president of the Rab-
binical Association of Greater
Miami and the director of the
Community Chaplaincy Service.
Joining Rabbi Schiff as guests are
Rabbi Haskell Bernat, spiritual
leader of Temple Israel of Greater
Miami, and Ellen Rose and Judge
Robert H. Newman. Super Sun-
day/Super Week co-chairmen.
Super Sunday is scheduled for
February 2 at Temple Israel of
Greater Miami followed by Super
Week on Feb. 3-6. On Super Sun-
day more than 2.000 volunteers
reach out to nearly 60.000
households to ask for gifts on
behalf of the 1986 Combined
Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency
Fund campaign.
During this episode of "Still
Small Voice" Rabbi Schiff and his
guests discuss many of the special
events which will take place on
Super Sunday, and they explain
the importance of Super Sunday
and its impact on the overall
Federation campaign. "We want
our viewers to fully understand
exactly what Super Sunday is and
what Super Sunday set out to ac-
complish. It's really a remarkable
statement about the solidarity of
this Jewish community." noted
Judge Newman.
For viewers of "Still Small
Voice" on JFTV. please tune to
the following cable channels;
Storer North-Channel P29, Storer
South-Channel 14. Harte-Hanks-
Channel 2. Dynamic-Channel 43.
Miami Cablevision-Channel 84
and Americable-Channel 36.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman
To Receive Special
Golda Meir Award
The Golda Meir Leadership
Award is like a special limited
piece of art that many would like
to own, but only a few actually get
to realize ownership. In fact, as of
now only seven people can claim
they own the award, which is a
bust of the late Golda Meir.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman. of Tem-
ple Emanu-EI in Miami Beach and
a mainstay in the South Florida
Jewish community for over 40
years, will soon be the eighth per-
son to receive the Golda Meir
Leadership Award. He will
receive the award at the State of
Israel Bond International Dinner
scheduled for Thursday. Feb. 6. at
the Fontainebleau Hilton Hotel.
The Golda Meir Leadership
Award was established after her
passing when Sam Rothberg, a
founder of Israel Bonds and now
its international chairman,
secured her family's approval for
the exclusive establishment of an
award to honor her memory.
Rothberg has worked closely with
Meir for more than 30 years.
A life-like bust of the prime
minister by a leading Israeli
sculptor, the award will be
presented in front of local, na-
tional and international leaders of
the Israel Bond campaign.
Rabbi Lehrman becomes the se-
cond consecutive person from
Miami Beach to receive the
award. Rabbi Leon Kronish of
Temple Beth Sholom was award-
ed the sculpture last year.
Other recipients included
Rothberg; Jack Weiler of New
York; Charles Bronfman of
Canada; William Belzberg of Los
Angeles; Dr. Armand Hammer,
the internationally-prominent oil
tycoon; and Lane Kirkland. presi-
dent of the AFL-C10.
Religious Activist To Leave USSR
NEW YORK (JTA) The
National Conference on Soviet
Jewry has expressed its gratifica-
tion that Elya Essas. a long-tertr.
refusenik and religious activist,
was officially notified to report to
appropriate authorities to l>egin
processing for departure to Israel.
According t<> the N'CSJ, "rumors
have circulated for months about
such a possibility and considerable
concern had developed.
While a campaign for the Essas
family has been underway for
years, it is believed that the final
decision to allow the Essas family
t< leave reflects the intervention
of Edgar Bronfman," the presi-
dent of the World Jewish Con-
gress. He and his associates had
intervened on l>ehalf of Essas and
others when in the Soviet Union.
Essas was involved in teaching
Hebrew and Judaic studies during
his years as a refusenik. His
parents emigrated to Israel in
February 1976.
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CoL Moammar Khadafy,
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these massacres, has made it
clear that it can happen here.
"We are capable of export
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America,'' Khadafy has boasted.
And he proclaimed that Libya
has the right to fight in America
We are targets because we
are Americans.
We are also targets because
wearejews.
It is not the first tame.
It won't be the last
We remain a vulnerable
people. Our survival in the race
of hatred depends on standing
together, staying strong. It is vital-
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and the Arafats of the world
see Americans and American
Jews united against this war on
our civilization.
Relying on one another,
taking care of each other, is the
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Page 4 B The JewishFloridian/Friday, January 24L1986_
Charlotte Jacobson
Woman Of Extraordinary Energy
NEW YORK Moscow,
Nairobi, Israel, Canada,
Egypt, Australia, and, in
between, dozens of con-
ferences and visits to com-
munities throughout the
United States. A whirlwind
of fact-finding missions and
briefings with top govern-
ment officials, lay leaders,
professionals and con-
tributors. A hectic schedule
that leaves little time to
catch one's breath.
For Charlotte Jacobson. long
regarded as one of the most
distinguished leaders of American
Zionism, this is a way of life. A
woman of extraordinary- energy,
commitment and ability, she has
travelled throughout the globe im-
mersing herself in issues of con-
cern to world Jewry.
RECENTLY. Jacobson stepped
down from four years of service as
president of the Jewish National
Fund of America, the first woman
to serve that office in the
organization's 84-year history.
But for Jacobson, the pace will not
slacken. Unanimously elected by
JNF's board to the post of
treasurer, she will continue to
lend her leadership to JNF and to
a multitude of Jewish causes she
has served during her lifetime.
When asked what motivates her
to sustain a schedule that would
exhaust persons half her age,
Jacobson replies: "I'm aided by
my Zionist philosophy, and the
belief in the unity of the Jewish
people. Therefore I have a desire
to visit various parts of the world
and see what is going on and how
I can be helpful."
Jacobson recently returned
from the annual mission to Israel
of the Presidents of Major
American Jewish Organizations,
and commented on the impact of
the Pollard spy affair on
American-Israeli relations. "We
came to Israel with a deep sense
of frustration that this unfor-
tunate incident would create a
break in the warm relationship
that existed between the two
countries. As Americans, we were
sensitive to the fact that
Washington had just gone
through a series of blows as far as
espionage was concerned, and
that this was almost the last
straw."
THE INCIDENT, she said, was
of great concern to Israelis who
"are always mindful of their few
friends in the world." They were
extremely worried that there
might be a breach in U.S.-Israeli
solidarity. She noted that Israel
had "bent over backwards" to
cooperate with the U.S.. and she
expressed hope that mutual con-
fidence would soon be restored.
How did she view the way the
American news media handled the
Pollard case? "As usual." she
said, "they pounced on Israel,
although what occurred could not
compare to other leaks in recent
months to the Soviet Union."
"Sometimes." she noted. "I
think the media reacts the way it
does to Israel because they can't
get any real news out of any other
country in the Middle East
because of the lack of press
freedom."
Turning to Israeli-Egyptian
relations. Jacobson said that
Egypt's coolness is a major con-
cern to Israelis in evaluating their
willingness to make more conces-
sions to another Arab leader for
peace. She urged Mubarak to
show that he will not be in-
Charlotte Jacobson (center), outgoing president of the Jewish Na-
tional Fund of America is presented with a prized JNF stamp
collection by Moshe Rivlin (right), JNF world chairman, at the
recent Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish
Organizations in Israel. Left is Kenneth BiaUcin. Conference
chairman. In presenting the gift, which contains JNF's first
Zionist stamp, issued in I90t, Rivlin expressed 'our deep ap-
preciation of your unsurpassed devotion to the JNF and enor-
mous Zionist activities.'
timidated by domestic groups who
disagree with is peace policy
towards Israel. She pointed out
that Egypt had received tremen-
dous benefits from the U.S. as a
result of its treaty with Israel, and
that Egypt's current position was
of great concern to the U.S.
Congress.
On the subject of the recent
Soviet Jewry Conference in
Washington in which she par-
ticipated, Jacobson observed,
"We reinforced our belief that the
relationshp between the USSR
and the U.S. continues to be a ma-
jor factor regarding Soviet Jewish
emigration." She noted that the
leaders came away from the con-
ference convinced that private
diplomacy is not sufficient; it must
be backed up with public
statements, especially between
now and the June summit in
Washington.
LOOKING BACK over the past
four years during her presidency.
Jacobson spoke of the changes she
has seen in JNF's work. "One of
the most exciting activities I've
experienced." she said, "is the
development of the Galilee." She
said that JNF is reclaiming land
for communities and industry in
this region vital to Israel's securi-
ty. "I am proud to have par-
ticipated in some small way in pro-
moting this development."
She also pointed to JNF's crea-
tion of a national park at Timna in
the Negev as "history in-the mak-
ing." noting that the park will be
an economic asset to the southern
economy.
What are JNF priorities today?
Jacobson reported on her recent
meeting with JNF World Chair-
man Moshe Rivlin in Jerusalem.
He showed her a master plan for
the development over the next
few years of national parks
throughout the country. Some of
these, she pointed out. have been
adopted by JNF. but were not yet
implemented or completed. They
are located in barren areas and
serve settlements and develop-
ment towns. JNF. she said, is in-
creasingly being called upon to
create parks in development
towns and cities as well. She
noted that beause of Israel's
economic situation. Israelis have
less income and a greater need for
recreation.
ONE OF the most serious pro-
blems JNF faces today, she said,
is the need for increased support
from the Diaspora. But that fun-
ding is now more limited because
currencies in countries with very-
active Jewish communities, such
as Mexico, Canada. South
America and South Africa, have
suffered sharp devaluations in the
past few years. Therefore, there is
a greater pressure on the
American Jewish commuity for in
creased funding.
What aspects of her term did
she find most meaningful? "It's
been gratifying." she said, "to see
how Jewish and non-Jewish com
munities are renewing their ad-
miration for and support of JNF's
work. I have travelled throughout
the globe and am always touched
by the emotions of people,
whether they are government or
lay leaders, who are especially-
honored by the creation of a forest
in their name." She added that
"in this cynical world of terrorism
and hostilities between nations,
people experience a special sens*-
of gratification being connected
with a project that means the
restoration of a nation and respect
for the land "
Jacobson also points with pride
to JNF's educational programs in
Israel and the Diaspora, which,
she says, are "one of the greatest
contributions we can make to the
future support of Israel. When
children group up with an
understanding of the land and its
challenges, we can be proud that
we planted the first seeds of their
attachment."
Ner Tamid Sisterhood
Honors Nathanson
Esther Nathanson will be
honored as "A Woman of Valor,"
at Ner Tamid Sisterhood's 28th
annual Eternal Light Luncheon
on Sunday. At noon. Rabbi Dr
Eugene Labovitz will present
Mrs. Nathanson with a plaque, ac-
cording to Mrs. Albert Cahn.
chairman.
"A Touch of Class." will
entertain.
Harvey Friedman
Donald Lef ton
Michael Olin
Jeffrey L. Berkowitz
Michael M. Adler
Charles Theater
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honoring
Senator Alan Cranston
Longtime friend of Israel and the Jewish people
Thursday, January 30,1986
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New Laser Technique Quickly Removes
No Longer Wanted Tattoos
SAN FRANCISCO -
(JTA) A California Jewish
dermatologist has helped
many people get rid per-
[manently of tattoos they ac-
Jquired in much younger
[years and later decided they
wanted removed.
Dr. Lewis Tanenbaum uses
laser surgery to remove the
jmltsirable tattoos, according to
if Northern California Jewish
bulletin. In the hands of a trained
kirgson, the intense pinpointed
heal of a carbon dioxide laser can
l|i|i.ircntlv vaporize the pigment.
The report cited two cases of
|he difficulties people en-
mnterad when tht glamor of
their tatti'i.s became an
tmbarra.-smont.
Sandy Harth had a small daisy
itt irlor Mike Krakow, building
anlitic- supervisor for a San
'ranciscn Jewish community
enter, had a tattoo of a heart and
>wer. with the word "mom" tat-
oed on his shoulder. Both are
>w tattoo-free
Barth. now an administrative
iretary at Mount Zion Hospital.
kid she got her tattoo "during
be hippie times." when such
parkings were considered
hioaaOM by her peers but the
lornment "quite blew" the
kda of her parents.
|THE REPORT quoted Rabbi
i-ph Ozarowski of Congrega-
tn Beth Israel in Berkeley who
lid that Jewish La* specifically
bids tattoos, but that a tattoo
es not liar a Jew from member-
lip in the community or from
brial rights in a Jewish cemetery.
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the girl had considered removal of
the tattoo but rejected the
necessary skin grafts and other
surgical procedures. She had
heard about the laser removal
technique on a TV program but
she learned the only place offering
the laser technique was Stanford
I'niversity. involving for her a
very inconvenient trip.
A few months ago. a colleague
put her in touch with Tanenbaum.
described as one of the few S.-m
Francisco doctors who has a
scaled-down version of the laser
equipment in his office.
ONLY A YEAR after Krakow-
got his tattOO because, when he
was young, "it was the thing to
do." Krakow came to agree with
his parents he had been wrong
and went to a surgeon for help in
removal of the tattoo.
He said the doctor used a
"cheese-cutter technique." slicing
through layers of skin to get the
pigment out. an extremelv painful
State Rep. Elaine Gordon,
Speaker Pro Tempore of the
Florida House of Represen-
tatives, hoe been selected as tin
recipient of the 1986 "Celebra-
tion / Women" Award of tin
South Florida Council of
Na'amai VS.A., the Women a
Labor Zionist Organisation of
Atneriea and unubs honored at
i Sunday, Feb. 16 noon lun-
cheon at the Konover Hotel.
Awards
Established
JKRl'SALEM (JTA) An
annual award of two grants for
Jewish and Arabs educators has
been established by the Jewish-
Aral) Council for Peace Educa
tion. The Jewish-Arab Council for
Peace Education, which com-
prises 1,500 Jewish and Arab
educators, trains teachers and
yoath movement leaders.
The award was announced last
month at the annual meeting of
the Trustees of the International
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for days, and failed. When the
sores healed, the tattoo was still
visible.
Commenting there was a cer-
tain stigma against tattooed Jews.
Tanenbaum said his first two pa-
tients for the laser device were
Jews and that he did not think
that was a coincidence.
HE HAS HAD two inquiries
about removal of Nazi concentra-
tion camp tattoos. Though he has
not performed the laser removal
on any survivor, he said these tat-
toos are small and could be easily
removed.
He predicted more tattood Jews
would be interested in the pro-
cedure, which costs from $100 to
$200 per square inch of pigment,
when they learned alxiut it.
Krakow's tattoo, which took
longer to remove than expected,
required cutting through five
layers of skin in a 105-minute
operation. Both Barth and
Krakow said a long period of heal-
ing was involved.
Louis Stein (second from left), newly installed President of
Founders of the Miami Jewish Home and Hospital for the Aged,
welcomes the newest members of Founders (left to right): Ruth
Gordon, Ruth Neinken, Margie Feldman, and Alfred Kritz at the
monthly Founders dinner meeting.
Hadassah Events
Miami Beach Region of
Hadassah will hold its annual Ma-
jor (lifts Luncheon on Sunday, at
the Fontainebleau Hilton Hotel,
according to Jean Feinberg. chair-
man of the event.
President of National
Hadassah, Mrs. Ruth Popkin will
speak, said Jean Temkin, presi-
dent and Betty Kestenbaum co-
chair of the event.
Kinneret Hadassah of Kendale
Lakes will hold its White
Elephant Sale on Tuesday from 9
a.m.-l p.m. at the El Con-
quistador Clubhouse.
Stephen S. Wise Chapter of
Hadassah will hold a regular lun
cheon meeting on Monday. Feb. 3
at 11:30 a.m. at the Ocean
Pavillion. Officer Vincent
Mulshine of the Miami Beach
Police Department will speak on
crime prevention.
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Capt Matthew L Hodes. son of Mr and Mrs Henry L Hodes
has received the parachutist badge upon completion of the three-
week airborne course at the US Army Infantry School. Fort
Benmng Hodes is scheduled to serve with the 782nd
Maintenance Battalion at Fort Bragg. N.C.
Air Force Reserve 2nd Lt Barry S. Friedman, son of Sy Fried-
man. North Miami and Stella Friedman. North Miami Beach, has
completed the US Air Force military indoctrination for medical
service officers at Sheppard Air Force base. Texas. Friedman is
scheduled to serve with the 73rd Aeromedical Evacuation
Squadron at Scott Air Force Base. Ill
Esther Brenner of Coral Gables, will receive the prestigious cita-
tion, the Clara Barton Award at the Annual Volunteer Recogni-
tion Breakfast of the Greater Miami Chapter of the American Red
Cross. Molly Turner, consumer reporter for WPLG. Channel 10.
will be the keynote speaker at the event, which will be held Satur-
day at the Miami Airport Hilton and Marina from 8:46-11 a.m.
Dade County Court Judge Stanley M. Goldstein has been nam-
ed chairman of the Optimist International Drug Abuse Program
for the South District of Florida.
Yiddish Cultural Circle of Point East will present "An After-
noon of Humor and Songs" by the Montreal Entertainer Israel
Geneher and Aaron Ulnght. Oscar Shapiro at the piano on
Thursday. Feb 6 at 1 p.m in the Rose Room.
In honor of Danny Flaxman. the North Shore Optimist Club will
sponsor Peppy Fields 17th Annual Night of the Stars at the Miami
Beach Theatre of the Performing Arts on Sunday. Feb. 2 at 8
p.m.
Bal Bay Surf Unit of the "Pap" Comprehensive Cancer Center
will hold its annual Gala Luncheon on Tuesday, at noon at the
Dora! Beach Starlight Roof Proceeds will benefit
research, according to Molly Rudt. unit president
cancer
The Affiliates for Evaluation and Therapy, and Barry Universi-
ty will co-sponsor a six-hour workshop. "How to Run Parent
Groups" on Friday, Jan 31 from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. at the
library of the University
Andrew R Lefkowitz. attorney with the law firm of Broad and
Cassel. has been appointed by Gov. Bob Graham, to the Florida
Motion Picture. Television and Recording Industry Advisory
Council
The Greater Miami Israel Bond Organization and the Keys
Jewish Community Center will hold a special Oneg Shabbat on
Friday. Jan. 31. at 8 p.m. by the Keys Jewish Community Center.
Mile Marker 93 in Tavernier. Special guest speakers at the event
will be Yehoshua Trigor. Israel Consul General in Miami, and
Jerome Gleekel. Mideast expert.
Beth David Sisterhood will present Borscht Belt comedian. Emil
Cohen at its Yiddish Night on Saturday. Feb. 8 at 7:30 p.m in the
synagogue s Spector Hall, according to Marilyn Simon, chairman
of the event
hold its Seventh Annual
1 at 8 30 at the Cuban
Congregation Shaara> Tefilah will
Banquet on Saturday evening. Feb
Hebrew Congregation. Miami Beach
Martin and Marcy Hoffman are honorees for the event
Miami Dade Community College presents pianists Adam
Makowicz and Gustavo Ponzoa in a performance entitled. From
Gershwin to Chopin, as part of their Lunchtime Lively Arts
Series at noon on Wednesday in the Wolfson Campus
Auditorium
Audrey Finkehtein. Margo Berman and Rita Lewison will
moderate panels on TV and radio, freelancing and personal im-
age Saturday, at the Ninth Annual Women in Communications
seminar, beginning at 9 am.
Students from Florida International University and Miami-Dade
Cmmunity College-South announce the kick-off of the 1986
United Jewish Appeal Student Campaign
Student volunteers work to raise money for the annual Greater
Miami Jewish Federation/Combined United Jewish Appeal, which
supports Jewish social service agencies locally and worldwide
The kick-off program on Monday, at Florida International
University will include a dramatic student presentation at i2 13
p.m around the FIU Fountain, with a speaker from the Israeli
office to immediately follow, in Pnmera Casa 521
The Greater Miami Israel Bond Organization
recently honored Marvin and Miriam Gross,
center, during a brunch at the Jade Winds
Tower Auditorium. The Grosses were
recognized for their involvement in various
philanthropic and community organizations
as well as for their staunch support of Israel
through the Israel Bond program, with tht
honored coupU are guest speakers Barry
Schreiber, Dade County Commissioner, fed,
and Ambassador Zvi Broth, Israeli Onmk
General in Chicago.
The South Dade New Leadership Division of
the Greater Miami Israel Bond Organization
recently held a Dinner/Dance at the Datran
Center in Miami. The gala event was termed a
major success for the Division, which consists
of young businessmen and women trying to get
a better understanding of the Jewish State
through the sal* and promotion of Israel Bond
instruments. Attending the event u-ert
members of the South Dade New- Leadership
who also worked on the Dinner/Dance, from
left to right: Joe and Rom Falowitz. Howard
Goldstein, Marcy TaubenJcimel. Monti and
David Abramowitz and Fran and Bob Brmn.
Israel Bonds To Honor Residents Of Point East
The Greater Miami Israel Bond
Organization will honor the
residents of the Point East con-
dominium during a "Salute to
Israel" on Thursday. Jan. 30. in
the building's Rose Samuels
Room. The event, which will begin
at 7:30 p.m.. is open to the public
at no cost.
The residents are being
recognized for their strong com
mitment to the Point East and
North Miami Beach communities
and for their support of Israel
over the years through the Israel
Bond program.
Special guest will be Emil
Cohen. American-Jewish folk
humorist
The event is being sponsored by
the Point East Israel Bond Com-
mittee, with Sol and Eleanor
Osheroff acting as co-
chairpersons Ernest Samuels is
the honorary chairman, and Anne
Aekerman and Molly Lovinger are
the vice chairj>ers Eleanor Oakeroff
Israel Bonds To Honor Three Couples At Ner Tamid
The Greater Miami Israel Bond
Organization will honor three
couples during a luncheon on Sun
day. Feb. 9. at 11:30 a.m. at Tern
Baryshnikov To
Dance Three
Performances
American Ballet Theatre ar-
tistic director. Mikhail
Baryshnikov will perform for the
first time since his knee injury in
August during the troupe's visit
beginning Jan. 27. according to
Judy Drucker. cultural director
for Temple Beth Sholom.
Baryshnikov will dance in the
Jan. 28 gala benefit performance
of "Giselle." and in "Swan Lake.
Act II." on Jan. 30 and Feb. 1. at
the Theatre of Performing Arts.
pie Ner Tamid's Sklar Ballroom.
Miami Beach
Being recognized for their
outstanding support of Israel
through the Israel Bond program
will be Guasie and Paul Novak.
Lena and Nathan Seiler. and Fan-
ny and Meyer Stern The three
couples will receive the coveted
Israel Freedom Award.
Gueat speaker at the luncha*
will be Jerome Gleekel. Mid-U*
expert.
Serving as chairman is David S
Meyer, with Alfred Golden actug
as co-chairman. Working on *
Israel Bonds Committee *
Gotdie Cohen. Herman F*'
Fanny Rest and Louis Suchman
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By Arab Crowd
MKs' Return To The Temple Mount
Sparks Stone-Throwing Melee
Friday. January 24, 1986/The Jewish Floridian Page 7-B
SPECIALLY FOR
SINGLES
Bv GIL SEDAN
JERUSALEM (JTA) -
A return visit to the Temple
Mount by rightwing
Knesset members touched
off a stone-throwing melee
which ended with the arrest
of 17 suspects after police
used tear gas to disperse an
;mgry Arab crowd. The visit
also triggered acrimonious
exchanges in the Knesset
where rightists and leftwing
MKs accused each other of
the incitement.
The Temple Mount in East
Jerusalem is the site of the Al
Aksa mosque and the Dome of the
Rock (Mosque of Omar), two of
the holiest shrines of the Moslem
faith. A visit there last week l>y
members of the Knesset Interior
'ommittee headed by its chair-
iii. Do* Shilansky of Likud, pro-
voked a confrontation with the
Moslem religious authorities in
charge of the site where Moslems
alone are permitted to worship.
THE MKs. threatened by a
crowd, were safely evacuated by
(lice but Shilansky vowed to
return to complete what he said
a.is his committee's legitimate
ineSf to investigate allega-
tions that the Moslem religious
authorities were allowing illegal
'instruction at the site.
The return visit passed almost
without incident until a Moslem
Idor barred the MKs from
enuring a building known as
Solomon's Stables, the scene of
i-t week's altercation
He warned them "blood would
(* spilled" if they tried to enter
The Knesseters caucused on the
[Hit and decided, prudently, to
leave. The Moslems official was
incensed because one of the
visitors, Tehiya MK Eliezer
Waldman. demonstratively
chanted prayers on the site
SSSTTSd only for Moslem prayer.
MEANWHILE. Arab
) i 'ungsters outside the area threw
rocks at police and chanted
Palestinian nationalist slogans.
The police fired tear gas and tem-
porarily sealed off the entrances
to the Temple Mount.
The Ministerial Committee on
Jerusalem convened later to
discuss the situation. Premier
Shimon Peres stressed that
Israel's sovereignty over all parts
of Jerusalem, including the Tem-
Iple Mount, was an undisputable
(fact.
At the same time he insisted
I that the regulations imposed by all
[ I sraeh governments, past and pre-
i-nt. must be observed Those
ilations. aimed at preserving
)rder. allow the Moslem religious
luthority, the Waqf, autonomy
the Islamic shrines. Jews are
ermitted to pray only st the
Western Wall, a situation that
ikies ultra-nationalist Israelis.
Peres decried the incitement of
he Arab public which, he said,
"was intended to destroy the at-
mosphere f coexistence between
tie communities." Tehiya MK
eula Cohen charged in the
Lnesset that the latest incidents
ie clear that "On the Temple
lount there is a Palestinian
te." Cohen, though not a
umber of the Interior Commit-
?. had been invited by Shilansky
accompany it to the Temple
pount recently.
YOSSI SARID of the leftist
pivil Rights Movement (CKM) ac
used Shilansky of announcing "in
planned, provocative manner"
that Jews would pray on the Tem-
ple Mount. Shilansky denied he
made any such announcement. He
said W aid man's praying was a
spontaneous act. Other rightw-
ingers accused the CRM of in-
citing the mob by shouting
"provocation."
Knesset Speaker Shlomo Hillel.
a Laborite. criticized both the
rightwing extremists in the
Knesset and the Moslem
militants. He said there was no
question of Israel's sovereignty
over the Temple Mount and ex-
pressed hope that a dialogue can
be reestablished between Israelis
and Moslems.
Hillel. who had taken a dim view
of Shilansky's visits to the site but
was unable to prevent them,
toured the Temple Mount himself
accompanied by Jerusalem Mayor
Teddy Kollek. They met with
members of the Moslem Supreme
Council, headed by Mufti Sa'ad A-
Din-Alami.
THEIR VISIT was not covered
by the media liecause the presence
of cameras near the Islamic
shrines was partly responsible for
last week's incident.
Hillel and Kollek chastized the
Moslem clerics for incitement
recently. The Muezztn. who an-
nonces the hours of prayer to the
faithful, used the public address
system to summon a mob to de-
fend the holy places against an
"invasion by Jews." Kollek said
the Mufti agreed that was wrong.
He and Hillel spoke to reporters
afterwards. The Knesset speaker
dismissed complaints by Jewish
activitists that the Moslem
authorities were allowing illegal
construction. He said all he saw
was reconstruction of certain
buildings badly in need of it. and
this he welcomed.
Hungary Pays An Unprecedented
Official Tribute To Wallenberg
By MAURICE SAMLELSON
Friday, Jan. 17. was the 1,1st
anniversary of Raoul
Wallenberg's abduction by the
Russians from Budapest to
Moscow. In the absence oj hard
evidence that he is dead, his
family continues to maintain
that he might still be alive m
the Soviet I'num. aged 73.
LONDON (JTA) The
Hungarian government has
paid an unprecedented of-
ficial tribute here to Raoul
Wallenberg the Swedish
diplomat jailed by the Soviet
Union after saving
thousands of Jews during
World War II.
It has also hinted that it is ready
to rehabilitate a national monu-
ment to Wallenberg erected in
Hungary after the war. at a time
when Wallenberg, declared dead
by the Russians, was actually a
secret prisoner in Moscow.
The 18-f sculptor Pal Patzay. was commis-
sioned by Jewish bankers, in
gratitude to their young Swedish
savior. It depicted a man wrestl-
ing with a snake. A medallion of
Wallenberg's profile and an in-
scription in his honor were fixed
to its plinth.
IT DISAPPEARED in 1949 on
the night before it was to have
been unveiled in Budapest, and
was quietly reerected four years
later at a pharmaceutical works in
the town of Debrecen. Stripped of
all reference to Wallenberg, it
now stood as a vague symbol of
man's fight against disease.
Last week, however, the
Hungarian Ambassador to Bri-
tain, Dr. Matyas Domokos,
declared that his country honors
the memory of Wallenberg and af-
firmed that the anonymous statue
is really a tribute to the missing
Swede.
His statement, in a letter on
behalf of the Central Committee
of the Hungarian Socialist
Workers Party, is an
acknowledgement of the
widespread international interest
evoked by the Wallenberg affair
in recent years. It also reveals
Hungary's embarrassment over
the shoddy fate of Wallenberg
himself in Soviet hands.
THE AMBASSADOR'S letter
was addressed to actress Pamela
Mason, a member of the British
Wallenberg Committee, who had
written about the statue to the
Hungarian leader Janos Kadar on
the occasion of his recent official
visit to Britain.
At the British Wallenberg Corn
mittee's request, the issue was
also raised informally with senior
Hungarian Communist officials by
British delegates to the recent
Bast-West cultural forum in
Budapest
The Jewish Telegraphic Agency-
has learned that during the forum.
I'nited States Ambassador
Walter Stoessel laid a wreath in
Wallenberg's honor in tne
Budapest street which l>ears his
name. Three years ago
Wallenberg was named an
honorary' U.S. citizen.
BUDAPEST'S Wallenberg
Street, in the area where many
Jews were saved by the Swedes,
was given its name immediately
after the liberation of the city
from the Nazis. Unlike the statue
with Wallenberg, the street was
left intact.
Beth Sholom Offers
New Adult
Education Courses
Temple Beth Sholom will be of-
fering adult education classes on
Thursday evenings, beginning
this Thursday from 7:30 p.m.-8:25
p.m. The class will continue until
Feb. 27. Courses available include
Midrashic Morsels, Jewish
History, Jewish Music, and
Yiddish.
The second session of classes is
from 8:30-9:30 p.m. and will cover
Medical Kthic,
Community Leaders At
Civic League Monday
Four community leaders. Susan
Gottlieb. Robert Blum, Dr.
William Zubkoff. and Gerald
Schwartz, will highlight the Miami
Beach Civic League meeting Mon-
day, at 8 p.m.. following a 7 p.m.
dinner at the Embers Restaurant.
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Parents Without Partners. South Florida Regional Council No.
92 will sponsor an "Election Fever Weekend.'' this weekend in
Fort I.auderdalc. It will include a variety show, dancing,
workshops and meetings, election of officers and an installation
dinner-dance.
For further information, call 781-7176.
Economic Scene In Israel,
Economic Austerity Program Has
Led To An Erosion Of Wages
Bv GIL SEDAN
And HUGH ORGEL
JERUSALEM (JTA) -
The consequences of Israel's
austerity economic program
is the erosion of wages. Ac-
cording to figures released
at year's end by the Central
Bureau of Statistics, the
gross wages of civil service
workers were down 22 per-
cent in the second half of
1985 compared to the first
half. The erosion for wage-
earners in other sectors was
17 percent.
In the past few months, the real
value of wages has been lowered
to the levels of 1977. Those of
public employees sank to the 1967
levels. In some quarters these
developments are hailed as a sign
of the successful battle against in-
flation. Housewives and others
take a dim view. They say wage-
earners have made the greatest
sacrifice to make the economic
program work.
A CONCOMITANCE of the
wage erosion has been an erosion
of private consumption, which is
down by two percent. During the
first half of 1985. attempts to cool
down the economy by means of a
package deal freezing wages,
prices and taxes was unsuccessful.
During the second half, the
government launched an overall
program aimed at putting a freeze
on the entire economy.
The focus of the new plan was to
freeze the Shekel-Dollar exchange
rate at 1.500 Shekels to $1
Agreement was reached with
Histadrut on wages while the
manufacturers agreed to govern-
ment price controls. The govern-
ment, therefore, was able to cut
its budget, less by reducing pro-
grams than by slashing price sub-
sidies and imposing new taxes.
But interest rates were kept at a
relatively high level.
As a result of the agreement
with Histadrut. wages will im-
prove in the next few months.
Private consumption is expected
to stay down. But contrary to
government expectations, the
rate of savings and investment
has decreased as well. Israelis
have less cash in their pockets,
either to spend or to save.
Meanwhile. Israelis have bid
goodbye to the old Shekel and
have welcomed the new. On Jan.
1, the old 1.000 Shekel note was
replaced by a new one Shekel coin
worth about 66 cents, or 1.5 to the
Dollar. This does not represent an
upward valuation of the Shekel; it
is simply a matter of removing
three zeroes. Banks were closed
for 24 hours to allow time for their
computers to be re-programmed.


Page 8-B The Jewish Floridian/Friday. January 24, 1986
Leo Hack
Rbbi Dr. Lehrfield
Friends Of Ponevez Yeshiva To
Honor Rabbi Dr. David Lehrfield
The Miami Friends of Ponevez
Yeshiva announces its forthcom-
ing Annual Dinner, to be held
Sunday. Feb. 9. at the Crown
Hotel which will honor a local
spiritual leader, Rabbi Dr. David
Lehrfield, announced Leo Hack,
chairman.
Rabbi Lehrfield. currently the
spiritual leader of Young Israel of
Greater Miami, has been a practic-
ing Rabbi in Florida for more than
30 years. His wife. Miriam, is the
daughter of former Chief of St.
Louis. Rabbi Mil. Eichenstein.
Both Rabbi Lehrfields father.
Rabbi L.J. Lehrfield. and his late
father-in-law were personal
friends of the Ponevezer Rav. and
were Netzivim of Ponevez.
Ponevez is privileged to have as
its guest speaker, the Rabbi
Solomon H. Gruskin of Oak Par.
Michigan, a prominent member of
the Detroit Rabbinate and sup-
porter of the organization for
many years.
Rabbi Abraham Kahaneman.
president of Ponevez Yeshiva, will
deliver a major address announc-
ing a major building campaign
now underway.
Mr. Hack, chairman of the din-
ner is an active member of th-
Greater Miami Jewish community
and serves on the Boards of local
Yeshivas. He is president of Ohev
Shalom Congregation and is the
Executive Vice President of
Riverside Memorial Chapel.
Serving as Co-chairman is
Emanuel Edelstein. also active in
the Miami Jewish Community
Rabbi Meyer To
Address Jewish
Latin Community
Kait Marsha T M<
founder of th &
Latinoamericano *
members of th<
American communitj
Jan. 28, w bd
Jewish Theological Semin irj
America. The addreai will ta
place a! 7:80 p.m. at the boon
Ruth and Alberto Lidji. 11560
Southwest 72nd Court, Miami
Rabbi Meyer will be
accompanied by Rabbi Felipe
Yafe. a Doctoral Candidate in Bi
ble at the Jewish Thaologica
Seminary who is from Argentina
and Rabbi Yaakov G. Rosenberg,
Chancellor at the Jewish
Theological Seminary.
Rabbi Meyer will speak to the
audience about the Jewish
Theological Seminary, which is
headquartered in New York City,
and the Argentinian Seminario.
and about new programs encom-
passing both institutions. Rabbi
Meyer will be addressing the
Latin-American. Jewish com
munity as part of a South Florida
speaking tour.
BBYO Forming
New Chapters
Gold Coast Council B'nai B'riUi
Youth Orgamzatioi iBBY
forming new chapter- in
Springs. North Miami Bead
Miami Beach fur b girls
from grades 8-12. William Rubin
and Terry Kiewe are in charge
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Temple Beth Sholom will present its next c
Culture, and Conversation" program on Sunda. mom
mq at 10:30 at the synagogue, according to Raro:
jolt Auxiliary Rabbi in charge of Adult Educai
Yiddish film A Bnvele Der Mamen." will be s-
Harmony Lodge No. 2463 of B'nai B'nth will I ola a
general meeting with Brother Moe Mehlman to c scuss
Jewish Education on Monday at 7 p.m. at the Pythian
Hall on North Miami Beach.
Ten Pearlman visited Israel to attend the 60th An-
niversary celebration of Amit Women and to present a
check for $50,000 for a wing in Beth Hayeled
Childhaven in Gilo. Jerusalem. This facility, only one of
Amit's proiects. houses 168 orphans
The Central Agency for Jewish Education and the
Jewish Council of Early Childhood Educators, will co-
sponsor an All-Day Professional Growth Institute on
the theme. "Expanding our Children's Horizons to
take place on Monday, from 9 a.m.-2:30 p.m at the
Hillel Community Day School in North Miami Beach
Miami Beach Chapter 186 of B'nai B'rith will hold a
card party and luncheon on Sunday at noon at Surfside
Holiday Inn All proceeds will benefit the Beit
Halochem Rehabilitation Centers for disabled Israeli
War Veterans and Rosh Ha'ayin Retarded Children's
Home in Israel
Augusta Zimmerman, licensed clinical worker, will
present the second of two seminars at Temple Sinai on
Tuesday at 7:30 p.m in the Rosenblum School building
She will discuss. "Risk Taking: Maybe It's Time
Nachman Arluck Culture Circle will hold its Forum at
1.30 p.m. on Monday Feb 10 at the American Savings
and Loan on Lincoln Road, according to David
Wohlrath. president.
1
You are cordially invited to attend the
Annual Scholarship Fund
Banquet
of the
Yeshiva Torah Vodaath
and Mesivta
honoring
Rabbi and Mrs. Norman Kahn
Mr. Leon Yarmus
Man of the Year
and
a special tribute to
Mr. Jack Chester
and Mr. A Mrs. Isaac Silberberg
at tha
CROWN HOTEL
on
Sunday evening. February 2,1986
Dinner 6:30 p.m. Couvrt: $54.00 per couplt


Friday, January 24, 1986/The Jewish Floridian Page 9-B
Guardians Luncheon Honors
Selma Weintraub, President
| i.....bratiOD of the Centennial
the Jewish Theolog
I .-. oi Americe the firei
inchwide luncheon will be
Monde,} kl l 80 a.m. The
j
Weintraub, na>
the ^ in
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.tiiatum honoring Mate wide
inch presidents, and will be
Itcd by the Women's I.cuimi.
for Conservative Judaism
In attendance will be Evelyn
Auerhach. national chaim
To rah Fund-Residence Ha
Evtlyn Hen kind National
vYomen'i Patrons Societj cl
man ami Syd Rossman Goldsteii
National treasurer Torah Fund
Residence Hah- Claire Wexler is
luncheon chairman, Marsha
Pollock is Florida branch pros
dent, and Gail Teacher is vice
president, Torah Fund-Reaidence
Halls
Key Biscayne Community To
Honor Harry and Edna Shpiner
The Key Biscayne community
HI! hold its annual dinner on
phalf of the CJA-IEF campaign
i Saturday, at the Sonesta Beach
lotel. The dinner will honor Dr.
irry Shpiner and his wife. Edna.
[The guest speaker will be Israel
litai. noted television producer.
YIYO's Yiddish
Lecture Set
riVO's fourth Yiddish lecture
1986 Forum will be held on
Inesday, at 1:30 p.m. at Tern
Beth Sholom. Sender and
Sdelle Wajsman will present.
om the Vilna Ghetto to "Di
iene Keyt" in Tel Aviv."
Bashevis Singer Yiddish
tun- wincle will meet on Tues
\. at 1:80 p.m. on Miami Beach.
Iv Lee Simon, founder, will
nt the program. "Jewistl
lorj "Shtetl Sister- will DC
topic of the afternoon
director, lecturer and journalist.
The event will begin with cocktails
at 6:30 p.m. followed by dinner at
7:30
David Jacobson serves as
overall chairman of the Key Bis-
cayne community. Shirley
Schrager is reception chairman.
Executive Committee members
are Marjorie Hill, Theodore
Kreuter, Dr. Jerry Rosen, Birdie
Sachs. Dr. Arthur Schrager and
Sandra Shapiro.
Dr. Fred Rosenbloom, Mrs. Nathan
Gumenick, Mrs. Fred Rosenbloom and
Nathan Gumenick pictured at a global gather-
ing of donors and guests attending the Miami
Heart Institute's International Affair of the
Heart." The gala culminated a record year,
unth the Institute raising over SU million in
1985 and celebrating the completion of the
Heart Institute's seven story patient tower
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for allegedly taking bribes
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Synopsis Of The Weekly Torah Portion
. "And the children of Israel went into the midst of the sea upon
the dry ground: and the waters were a wall unto them on their
right hand, and OR their left"
(Exodus li.SS).
BESHALAH
BESHALAH earful of the hostile tribes the Israelites might
encounter on the direct route to Canaan through the land of the
Philistines. God sent the newly-freed slaves by way of the desert
near the Red Sea. As they journeyed, they were guided by a pillar
of cloud by day and a pillar of fire by night. The Israelites had left
Egypt presumably to worship their God in the desert. When
Pharaoh learned that the children of Israel would not return to
Egypt, he pursued them to the banks of the Red Sea at the head of
an army of chosen troops. But a miracle occurred: the children of
Israel were able to pass between the waves of the Red Sea that
divided before them and stood upright like columns. The Egyp-
tian hosts, plunging into the Read Sea after them, were all drown
ed. At this sight, the children of Israel sang a song of priase to
God. On their journey through the desert, the children of Israel
were sustained by manna from heaven: water issued from a rock
for them at the bidding of (Tod. The Amalekites did battle with the
Israelites, but were defeated by Joshua, the son of Nun. and his
men.
(The recounting el the Weekly Portion <* me Lew it extracted end beted
upon "The Graphic Hittory of the Jewith Heritage." edited by P. Wollmen
Tumir SIS. publithed by SheneoM. The volume it evailabie et '5 Metden
Lane. New York, N.Y. lent. Joseph Schlana it pretMtent of the tociefy dit
tributingthe volume.)
Pictured with Dorothy Brenner, honoree at the January Scholar-
ship luncheon of Histadrut Women's Council of South Florida
ure Darnd Silverbush. chairman of the Florida Council; Betty
Traugot. a presidium president; Ruth GtlUCO, other presidium
president; and Millie Sahl.
Stars Of David Forms 2 Fla. Chapters
The Stars of David, the first and
only national support network for
Jewish and partly Jewish adoptive
families will be forming satellite
chapters throughout the countrv.
specifically, two in Florida.
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Shalom Emeth and the I'nion of
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it is liased in Massachusetts
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BarI Bat Mitzvah
NICOLE MARIN
Nicole Michelle Mann, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Mann
was called to the Torah as Bat
Mitzvah on Friday Jan 17 at *
p.m. at Temple Adath Yeshurun.
The celebrant is a student in the
Dalet II Religious School at Adath
Ycshurun and if active m Young
Judaea.
She attends Junior High School
where she is in the 7th grade.
Mr. and Mrs Raymond Mann
hosted the Oneg Shabbat follow
ing the services in honor of the
occasion.
Special guests included I'ncle
Ken and Cousin Danille from
California, aunts and uncles frorr
out of town and close friends
BRETT SPIEGEL
Brett Spiegel, son of Dr. and
Mrs. Michael Spiegel will be Called
to the Torah ai Bar Mitzvah at
Shabbat Services on Saturdaj el
Temple Beth Sholom.
Rabbis Leon Kroniah. Garj
tJlickatein. Harry Jolt ami Paul
("apian will officiate
Brett is a stadofil of v.< ('opfir
mation Class of 57 Is
Amit Women Meet
Kfar Boca Chapter of Amit
Women will meet on Wednesday,
Feb. 5 at 12:30 p.m. at the Cen
tury Village Administr .-.
Building
(ialil Chapter of Amit Womei
will meet on Monday, Peb 3 n
noon for a JNF luncheon meeting
at the Young Israel Synagogue of
Greater Miami JNF's newest film
will be presented and admission is
the purchase of ;i tree The func
tion is being sponsi red
(iihraltor Saving! aim Loan.
Coral Gable* Chapter ..f Amit
Women will hold a n<>or, "Happy
Birthday" luncheon meeting on
Tuesday. Fab. 4 in honor >f
Chapter President Ros. Shapiro
The meeting will be held at the
Zamora Temple.
Moorings Chapter of Amit
Woman will meet on Tin
Feh. J at noon it the Moorings
Tower Auditorium in North
Miami Beach
Hadar Chapter of Amit Women
will hohe^a noontime meeting on
Thursday Peb 6 at Byron Hall.
Miami Beach.
Teachers To
Attend Learn-In
Over 300 teachers will par
ticipate in the Annual Day School
Learn In which will be held on
Monday, at the Lehrman Day
School, Miami Beach. The day will
be divided into three sessions.
During the first and second ses-
sions, there will be a series of lee
tures by leading educators on
various educational subjects.
Among the lecturers will be: Dr.
Tamara Cohen, and Rabbi Ed
Farber. Rabbi Wallace Green. Ms
Charlene Coonin. Rabbi Yossi
Heber. Dr Edward Reickbach.
Dr. Steve Fein, and Dr Alex
ander Andron.
The Schedule for the dav begins
at 8:45 a.m. with registration and
classes begin formally at 9 a.m.
All teachers are urged to register
at their individual schools.
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Friday, January 24, Jl986/The Jewish Floridian Page 11-B
Who's In Fairakhari
Marek Edelman Allowed To
Emigrate From Poland
\jrwn Suall is director of the
act Finding Department of
Anti-Defamation Leagues
vil Rights Division.
By IK WIN SUALL
)n October 5 and 6,
}85, some 200 neo-Nazi,
Klux Klan and other
:ist group leaders and ac-
ists from 17 states came
rether on a farm in Cohoc-
Mich. the head-
ers of Robert Miles,
iwest director of the
yan Nations organization
discuss the status and
ire of their coalition.
'. meeting had been given a
, "A Gathering of the Folk:
lich Way Now?'T At least one
lificant direction quickly
ne apparent in the racists'
tend agenda: support for
Muslim leader Louis
than.
IE TONE of things was
ted by one speaker, Art
9. leader of the Chicago-based
i-ni'ii First Organization, who
red: "The enemy of my
iy is my friend. I salute Louis
\han and anyone else who
is up against the Jews." Far-
l, of course, has stood up
licly to proclaim Adolf Hitler
^ery great man" and Jews as
Iced" exploiters of blacks,
ric slave traffickers and prac-
of "a dirty religion" (among
repeated calumnies.)
long the guests at Miles
In-hard Girnt Butler, leader
ie Aryan Nations (Butler's
lization is the parent of The
r, ten of whose members
been convicted in Seattle on
?es ranging from arson and
robbery to murder);
Sdward Fields, national
ptary of the National States
Party, whose leader, J.B.
er, is serving a prison term
he bombing of a black church
ingham in 1958;
latt Koehl, successor to
rge Lincoln Rockwell as
tr of the American Nazi Par-
irhich is now called the New
Ft
James Burford, leader of the
| version of the American Nazi
in Black, recent Imperial
rd of the Knights of the Ku
Klan, who served a prison
for participating in a plot to
(over the Caribbean island of
|inica;
|loy Frankhouser, former
Bylvania Grand Dragon of
fnited Klans of America, who
fork as a security staff per-
r Lyndon LaRouche.
INKHOUSER, addressing
emblage, spoke of what ap-
to be "Topic One" for the
lees. "Louis Farrakhan," he
I is a man who understands
slems of this country the
as we do, and patriots
Jn't shy away from someone
ks the truth, no matter
ilor he is."
of the weekend's events
KKK cross-burning. Some
40 robed Klansmen were
in the ceremony by 20
es in Nazi-style uniforms
more other spectators,
was also an "Aryan Bap-
Service" for a number of
^n. as well as an "Aryan
i" induction ceremony in
)0 men clasped a sword and
an oath: "I pledge my
my loyalty to the Aryan
help me God."
I'note speaker was Thomas
former Klan Grand
in California and now
leader of the White American
Political Association (WAPA). In
his speech Metzger declared:
"AMERICA IS like a rotting
carcass. The Jews are living off
the carcass like the parasites they
are. Farrakhan understands
this." Metzger reported that he
has had contact with the Nation of
Islam leader and intends to con-
tinue to work with him. He said
that he and Farrakhan stand for
the same things: "racial separa-
tion and opposition to Jewish con-
trol of America."
ON SEPT. 14. Metzger and ten
membes of his WAPA attended a
Farrakhan rally in Los Angeles
he has said that it was at Far
rakhan's invitation and
reportedly contributed $100 to the
Nation of Islam. "They are the
black counterpart of us," said
Metzger.
Others along the anti-Jewish
network of the far right have also
discovered Louis Farrakhan. On
October 7, 1985, "The Spotlight,"
the weekly tabloid edited by the
staff of Willis Carto's Liberty
Lobby, lauded Farrakhan as "one
Black leader in America today
who is taking on the Establish-
ment" and the Jews also,
apparently.
Arthur Butz, the author of a
book which insists that the
Holocaust was a hoax manufac-
tured by Jews themselves, has
been a featured speaker for the
Institute for Historical Review,
the "revisionist" group that
operates under the tutelage of
Willis Carto. He has toured Ger-
many under the sponsorship of the
neo-Nazi Deutsche Volksunion
(DVU). In February, 1985, Butz,
whose doctrine is summed up in
his assertion that "the gas
chambers are fictitious," address-
ed a massive convention organiz-
ed by Louis Farrakhan in Chicago.
Butz lectured the Muslims on the
evils of "International Zionism."
JAMES WICKSTROM is a
former director of the Posse Com-
itatus, the racist, anti-Semitic
paramilitary group, which
preaches lawless vigilantism.
Wickstrom, who has advocated
killing all Jews, was recently
quoted to the effect that he now
places Louis Farrakhan among his
heroes. Claiming "a tremendous
amount of respect" for Far-
rakhan. he told of his intention to
contact the Muslim leader to
discuss a possible coalition of their
groups.
A particular current of perverse
racial and religious bigotry flow-
ing through the scattered bands of
the Posse Comitatus apparent
as well in Aryan Nations and in
various Klan and neo-Nazi fac-
tions explains much of Far-
rakhan's newly found favor
among such white supremacists.
This phenomenon is the Identity
Church movement, which holds
that white Anglo-Saxons, not
Jews, are "the true identification
of Israel." Vicious hostility
toward the non-white races and
toward Jews (the "seed of Satan")
are fundamental to the move-
ment's "theology." as is violence.
As Robert Miles, host of the Oc-
tober weekend at the Cohoctah
farm has put it: "Israel is the
white race. The Jews are
imposters."
For his part, Louis Farrakhan
states that "the people who call
themselves Jews" are "not the
chosen people of God black peo-
ple are."
CLAIMS regarding the true
"identity" of Biblical Israel, a
pseudo-history of racial "purity"
and separatism, run through the
ideologies of both extremist
"counterparts." Common hatreds
have historically brought
ideologues together. The late
George Lincoln Rockwell,
Fuehrer of the American Nazi
Party, described the Black
Muslims' founder. Elijah Muham-
mad, and his lieutenant. Malcolm
X, as "two men of truly historic
proportion."
The ideological thread con-
tinues. In June of last year, the
White Patriot, the newspaper of
the Knights of the Ku Klux Klan,
published a letter to Farrakhan
from the Klan's national chaplain,
Thorn Arthur Robb, asserting that
there is "an element in society"
that is an enemy of both races
". the eternal Jew." he wrote.
The fanaticism and racist logic
promulgated by extremists both
white and black the Klans and
the Farrakhans may well carry
them at least part of the way
down their "separatist" roads
together. Anti-Semitism already
has provided a common ground,
and the most peculiar friends can
always be found among the
enemy's enemies.
_ The first sign of Hungary's of-
ficial uneasiness about the fate of
the statue appeared two years ago
in a lengthy article in the official
Hungarian magazine, Historika,
by Janos Poto. It recounted the
origin of the statue, and how it
disappeared from Budapest's
Saint Stephens Park. Without
delving into the fate of
Wallenberg himself, the author
noted caustically that "the same
thing happened to the statue as to
its inspirer it disappeared."
"He also expressed shock at its
use for a completely different
purpose.
By EDWIN EYTAN
PARIS (JTA) Marek
Edelman, 64, one of the leaders of
the Warsaw Ghetto uprising, has
been allowed to emigrate from
Poland and will settle in France.
French government spokesman
Georgina Dufoix announced that
Edelman, a surgeon, will join his
wife who has been living in France
for several years.
Edelman, at the time a young
medical student, helped organize
and then led the Warsaw Ghetto
uprising. He was one of the hand-
ful of survivors who managed to
flee the Ghetto through the city's
sewers and escape. After the war
he finished his studies and then
worked as a surgeon, mainly in his
native city of Poznan.
Although he tried to steer away
from politics, he became one of
the main spiritual leaders of the
Solidarity Movement. He was im-
prisoned in 1981 for his
statements in favor of Solidarity
and its leader, Lech Walesa.
A wave of protests throughout
the world and inside Poland itself
against the imprisonment of a war
hero forced the government to set
him free a few days later. His wife
left Poland at that time and has
since been living unobtrusively in
France.
It is believed that President
Francois Mitterrand personally
pleaded his case during his
meeting last month in Paris with
Gen. Wojcieeh Jaruzelski.
FUm Festival At University Of Miami
"The Immigrant in the New
World" is the theme for the se-
cond annual International
Jewish Film Festival at the
University of Miami. The four
films which comprise the festival
portray the Jewish American ex-
perience from the mid-19th Cen-
tury to the end of World War I.
"The Immigrant in the New
World' Film Festival is a
nostalgic look at the old days and
ways," said Henry Green, direc-
tor of UM's Judaic Studies
Program, which is sponsoring
the event. "Each of the movies
highlights the process of ac-
culturation, and the tension bet-
ween the values of the old and
new worlds."
The Festival kicks off on Tues-
day with "The Frisco Kid," star-
ring Gene Wilder and Harrison
Ford, and continues with
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Kane, on Feb. 4; "Lies My
Father Told Me," on Feb. 18;
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on March 4.
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Cinema on the University of
Miami's Coral Gables campus.
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Eliyahu Greenblatt of Tel Aviv
will perform on Sunday at 7:30
p.m. in a Cantorial Concert at the
Hallandale Jewish Centre.
The Hillel Community Day
School Student Choir will be
directed by Marlene Tuchinsky
with piano accompanist, Jack
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Page 12-B The Jewish Floridian/Friday, January 24. 1986
Young People Want More Information
About The Holocaust
Israel Might Ask To Extradite
Man In Connection With
Attacks Against Arabs
NEW YORK (JTA) -
Young people are deman-
ding more information
about the Nazi Holocaust,
but many among the older
generation are not ade-
quately responding, accor-
ding to Prof. Raul Hilberg, a
leading scholar of the
Holocaust.
Hilberg. professor of political
science at the University of Ver
mont. led a three-day seminar and
symposium on the Holocaust.
"Perpetrators. Victims and
Bystanders." sponsored by the In-
ternational Center for Holocaust
Studies of the Anti-Defamation
League of B'nai B'rith.
ADDRESSING SOME 100 par-
ticipants in the opening reception,
he said that while there is a desire
on the part of those born after
World War II for study courses
that provide insight into the
origins and impact of the destruc
tion of European Jewry by the
Nazis, universities have not
developed courses supplied funds
for adequate programs.
The conference, held at ADL's
headquarters in New York, last
month was attended by educators,
clergymen and community
leaders.
According to Nat Kameny.
chairman of the Center's newly-
established Advisory Board, the
seminar was a "pathbreaking
event in Holocaust studies and set
the tone and direction for vitally
needed research into the
Holocaust."
IN THE session dealing with
"Bystanders." Hilberg. author of
"The Destruction of the European
Jews." cited the "absence of
response to the Holocaust." par-
ticularly by the United States.
Suggesting that American in-
tervention would have made a dif-
ference he said "the Nazis feared
retaliation."
Hilberg BakJ American Jewish
leaders during World War II "un
fortunately had an expectation of
failure" in their efforts to per
suade ('resident Roosevelt to help
save European Jewry from the
Nazis They themselves." he
went on, subscribed to the argu
ment that the primary task was to
defeat the Germans."
Argentina Jewish
Leader Receives
Appointment
BUENOS AIRES (JTA) -
President Raul Alfonsin has ap-
pointed Jacobo Fiterman. a
member of the presidium of the
Latin American branch of the
World Jewish Congress, to the
post of Secretary of Public Works
for the Buenos Aires municipality.
Fiterman. an engineer who has
long been active in Jewish affairs
here, served until recently as
president of the Argentine Zionist
Organization. In November, he
led a major public campaign in the
country to mobilize support for ef-
forts to persuade the United Na-
tions General Assembly to
repudiate its 1975 resolution
equating Zionism and racism.
President Alfonsin's appoint-
ment of Fiterman was widely
praised in the Argentine press,
which stressed Fiterman's profes-
sional and intellectual qualifica
tions for the post and detailed
some of the public projects he has
been instrumental in building.
Other points made by Hilberg:
One of the main reasons why
Germany went to war and invaded
the Soviet Union was to imple-
ment its policy of destroying
European Jewry. "It was a total
showdown not only with Russia."
he said, "but with East European
Jews '
German bureaucrats im-
plemented the "Final Solution"
zealously and vigorously with
comparatively little prodding
from Hitler and the top echelon of
Nazi Germany. By contrast, the
Italian bureaucracy deported
almost no Jews from territory
which they occupied during World
War II because of a different
mentality.
Jewish leaders or members of
the "Judenrat" were "blind" to
the reality of the Holocaust and
were dependent on what the Ger-
mans told them about "resettle-
ment." Although many Jewish
leaders were aware the deportees
were being sent to death camps,
others were not. In Hungary, as
late as 1944. some Jewish leaders
still believed that Jews were being
sent away for "resettlement."
Many Holocaust victims ac-
cepted the premise that the Ger-
mans, in the end, would act ra-
tionally and that if they were
"productive" and made
themselves "indispensable." their
lives would be spared. By so do-
ing, they adhered to "an ancient
Jewish tradition of accommoda-
tion to those who subjugated
them."
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned. desiring to
, :ige in business under the fic-
titious name Nickolas HmocIm
d/tva Super Pizzeria at 2X56 S VV
32 Avenue. Miami. Fl intend;- to
WgtltSf said name with the Clerk
.if the Circuit Court of Dads Coun-
ty. Florida.
Nickolas Thaodaa, < hrner
I >:i\ nl K Weinman
Attorney for Applicant
U January 10 17.24.31 '-
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN
AND FOR THE 11TH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA
CASE NO. 86-02095
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
Florida Bar No. 04S920
IN HE: THE MARRIAOE OF
MARTHA SOCORRO BORRAS
PETITIONER/WIFE
vs.
JUAN BORRAS.
RESPONDANT
TO HAN BORRAS
Resident and address unknown
YOU ARK HEREBY
NOTIFIED that an action for
DtBBOlUtton of Marriage has bam
filed against you and you are re
quired to serve a copy of your writ
ten defenses, if any. to it on
WAITER B I.EBOWTTZ. at
torney for Petitioner, whose ad
dress is 801 Arthur (iodfrey Road.
2nd Floor. Miami Beach. Florida
88140, and file the original with
the clerk of the above styled court
on or before February 21. lttWi.
otherwise a default will he entered
against you for the relief demand
ed in the complaint or petition
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of said court at Miami. Florida on
this 17 day of January. 1986
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dad* County. Florida
By DC BRYANT
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
WALTER B LEBOWrrZ, ESO,
801 Arthur Godfrey Rd 2nd Floor
Miami Beach. Florida 33140
(305)532-0000
19662 January 24.31.
February 7,14,1986
PARTICIPATING with
Hilberg in the symposium part of
the conference were Frances
Henry, author of "Victims and
Neighbors: A Small Town in Ger-
many Remembered" and Henry
Feingold. author of "The Politics
of Rescue: The Roosevelt Ad-
ministration and the Holocaust.
1988-1945."
In addition to participating in
the conference as the Center -
first scholar in residence, Hilberg
also discussed new directions for
Holocaust research and education
with the Center's Advisory Board,
whose members represent five
countries. He made an appeal for
more support for primary
research into the Holocaust
ADL's International Center for
Holocaust Studies, a research and
educational institute founded in
1977 and directed by I>r Dennis
Klein, holds conferences on the
Holocaust and makes materials'
and educational techniques
available to public, private and
parochial institutions, at well U
community and religious groups
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, desiring to
engage in business under the fic
tiUous name Roommate Service!
at 4694 Palm Ave Hialeah. Fla
intends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dad* County, Florida
JEAN KULLER
19521 Januar% 1" 17,24 31 I -
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned danring t.
engage in buajnaai under the Re
litmus name BETH S I'A":
'ARE HOME at 996 S.H
Ave.. Miami. Fl S3144 ntet
register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit I lo m 4 Dadi i
iv Florida
BEATRI2 BELLO
996 tvenue
January I -
IN THE CIRCI IT CO! RT FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORID \
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number K6-102
DniMon 03
IN RE ESTATE OF
MATHER
HERGERSHAI SEN
I -..
NOTICE OP
ADMINISTRATION
Florida Bar No. 04K32C
The administration of the osuste
of GUNTHER HBRGER
SHAUSEN deceased File
Number 96-102 if pending in the
Circuit Court for (Hide County.
Florida. Prolate Division, the ad
dress of which \% 7.1 West Elagler
Street. Miami. Florida The names
and addresses of the personal
representative and the paiaunal
representative attorney are set
forth Mom
All interested persons are re
HUired to file with this court
WITHIN THREE MONTHS OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION 01
THIS NOTICE 111 all claims
against the estate and (2l any ob
jecUon by an interested pan
whom this notice was served that
challenges the validity of the will.
the qualificationv ,,f the personal
representative venue, or junsdic
tion of the court
ALL CLAIMS AND 0BJEC
TIONS NOT SO FILED WILL BE
FOREVER BARRED
Publication of this Notice has
begun on January 17. 19N6
Personal Representative
Alan R Lorber
1111 Lincoln Road. Suite 680
Miami Beach. Florida 33139
Attorney for Personal
Representative
ALAN R LORBER. PA
1111 Lincoln Road. Suite 680
Miami Beach. Florida 33139
Tsiephone: (306) S3* 1401
19645 January 17. 24. 1985
JERUSAELM (JTA) -
Israel is expected to ask the 0.8.
to extradite t'raig Arthur Leitner.
a 24 year old American wanted
here in connection with terrorist
attacks on Arabs in the West
Hank and Jerusalem.
Leitner was arrested in New
York and arraigned before a
magistrate in Federal District
Court in Brooklyn, which ordered
him held without bail pending an
extradition hearing The heavy-
set, bespectacled law student was
arrested bj U S. marshal in his
dormitory nom on the White
Plains. NY campus of Pace
University
Leitner was arrested here in
March, 1984, with three other
Americana all identified bj Rabbi
M. ir Kahane aa members of his
extremisl Kach Party They were
charged with the June. 1988
machinegun attack on s bus oarrj
ing Aral' workers from the Weal
Hank to jobs in Israel and other at
NOTICE I NDM
FICTITIOUS N\ME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undent*, '-nit to
engage m husine-- HKSW 'he fir
titioui name Eipositions
I'nlimited at 14411 S Dixie
H |i srrnj Miami Eta 88176 in
- said name with
the Cktfi I the Circuit ('-
I>sde County Elon.la
Saul Mandell
; January 17, .'4 SI
February 7 liass
Attorn*) Lasts* Rogers
NOTICE UNDER
FitTITIOt S NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY gnen
that the lindtniejBsd lesmng to
engage m tmsiness under the
fictitious name RAIMRi'W
STORES INC st IT*;:: N.W 78
\.. Hialaah. Florida 1
ntends u> I m "
the Cleft .rt of
1 ladi < ount) Florida
NOTH l Of M Tins
i ONSTBI i TINE BERVII E
l.NO PROPERTY)
IS HO I Iki 1 IT ( (II RT ill
Irli ELI W NTH Jl lilt I \|
i IRt'l IT OP FLORIDA. IN
LND FOB DADE < 01 NTl
(ml \rlion No s',..'>0*>*2 i2i
I \M II ^ Hl\ ISION
NOTH E E(iR DI880LI Tins
OP MAREIAG1
IN Kl Man ..- I
GABRII LI \ W VI-
DE COLARI S
u I
vNTONId "I Vk' SSO YORK)
' '
M itiBo
''
Plants Ba i \
I.a TruiHuwl.
'ara>a> \ eftetuala
V OI \ kr HIRBB1
NOTIFIED that a pattta
Dissolution of your Marriage ha*
t->-ii lUsd and coaunsnosd m this
court and you are required to amw
icopj .ur amttsr, daft
an) to it .,n RAt I. DELGAD0
' rnej for Petitioner
trass >s 1100 \v.
Elagler Street Suite E Miami
Florida 33134 an.1 fil,- the original
with the clerk of the BD0VS Mvled
' bafora February 7
bSsrwiai .. ilefault will u
anterod against yu fr the relief
prayed for in the complaint <>r
petition
Thai notice shall ba published
ones aacfc .,- f,,r f(Kir
acutivs vaaks m the JEWISH
FLORIDIAN newspaper
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of said curt at Miami. Florida on
this 31st day of December 19tt>
RICHARD F BRISKER
As Clerk. Cirruit Court
Dade County. ETonda
By DC BRYANT
As Deputy Clerk
. ircuit Court Seal)
RAIL DELGADO. Esq
? lOOWmFI^S^SujuE
Miami. Florida Sfias
Attorney for r\as
leiephoQe: (SSfcl <
112 JaasssryS.ia.n.24. ICH
tacks on Arabs on July 21 and Juh
31 of that year. The hus uJ
took place ouLside Maira a
Sharfciya village, near Ramalla),
Six Arabs were wounded.
Three of the men were tried and
sentenced. Leitner reportedh'
agreed to be a State witness S
was released on hail hut fled the
country.
IS Marshal Victor (VBV.vsfc.
who made the arrest sssisted bt
an officer of the New York p^
Department's Fugitive Investin.
tion Strike Team, was quoted a
saying he began seardunj for
Leitner last March sJtsr the
Israeli government "asked us .
do a discreet inquiry on whether
or not he was in Nea
l.eitner's pareota Hve m (^ueets.
NOTICE UNDER
FHTITIOIS NAMI Ul
NOTICE is HERI I'
that the urxler- .
engairr m husiin
Utioaa name PROI
DENTAL NETWORK n
lhM- Highway. HsM
intends to register -.
dts Daile CoasMy Florida
Jorge Rerarev
II Jai
Feoruar-. ,
ELEVENTH CIR( I IT ( 01 BT
DADE COt NTY. El.oKlDA
CASE NO. (MVOI2T0
IN RE The Marriag. I
MARIT7.A PRAlHi
Petitioner,
and
ALEJANDRO (1 PRADO
Rrspomlent
Tt> ALEJANDRO G
Ri-s>ience unknown yon dal
aarra eon afvoui \-->-
Petition for DissolutK r I Mar
nageuponliEi'Ri.f Nil
Attorney 612 Nortl
Ae Miami. FJ.in.Li
file original with Cour-
befora February 21
wise a default will i-
Januan IT. !"-'
RICHARD BRINKEh
BY (T 00PEI
Jar
NOTICE Of A( THIS
i (iVSTRI (TIM SERYiri
i N(i PBOPERD
IN THE CIRCI IT ul KTOr
THE ELEVENTH Jl IH< Ml
( IKCI ITOE FLORIDA. IN
\NH FOR DADE >" s^
Chril Action NO
ACTION FOR D1SSOI I Il"s
OF HABJUAGI
IN RE THE MARK:
MAR1.I RODRIGI !
I'etitioiier Wife
.ml
ROBERTO BEI.TRV
RODIUGUE2
Rflaai uMlent Hushan-i
I" ROBERTO BEI I"RAN
RO0UGUE2
i onlatasMH lal I -
Apt No 4
Ruerx* Aires. Aiganons \
Viil ARE HERI
NOTIFIED that an -
DhsaoMioa "f Marriar ""
file.1 against you an.! >i "
quired Ui serve aco|n I
ten defenses, if any
GEORGE L MACHIN I
(onaaj for PatWonaf *
drew* is 1H40 West M
In.'. Hialeah. FL 33012 and fiJeU"
onginal with the clerk '. IBS BWj
t\le.i curt <>n or baton r,*ru*'!
-1st I*>*. otherwise a defsuit
be entered against > <* -J
relief demanded in the or petition
This notice shall It puWBl*0
OXa each week for (
seruuve weeks in THE JI-11-
EUIRIDIAN
WITNESS my hand an.1 the
of said court at Miami. EW>nOl
this 15 day of January. 1!**
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit ( ourt
Dade County Florida
By: J BYRON
ss Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
Oaaaaaj I. Machin. Esq
1H40 West 49th Street/'SuiU i>
Hssksah. FL 33012 .,
IfMI January >.
Fsbruary T. !im


Friday, January 24, 1986/The Jewish Floridian Page 13-B^
iblic Notices
IKE CIRCUIT COURT OF
_. ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
fclRCUIT. IN AND FOR
IpF COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERAL
JIRISDICTION
DIVISION
-*t No. 85-35212 CA 21
[NOTICE OF ACTION
fcRAL NATIONAL MOR
fcE ASSOCIATION. United
corporation.
Intiff.
IaBETH BARRIOS De RUIZ
DSE MARIA RUIZ, her hus
ROBERTO SEBELEN and
fcL ALONSO. and the
^*r. spouses, heirs, devisees.
- creditors, or other par-
uming h>. through, under
, them: LAKES OF
MEADOW MASTER
IENANCE ASSOCIA
I NT .a Florida corporation:
[A SHREW MARTIN and
M \KTIN. his wife.
r
h Barrios. De Run.
y Kuu. her husband.
--.Men. unknown, and
tlonso, whose residence is
|v Edit fladis P H Belo
Caracas. 1060 Veneiueta.
iwn parties who may
>u*es. heirs, devisees.
M assignees. Iienors.
m. trustees and all parties
I interest by. through.
.' against said Defendants.
I not known to be dead or
rid all parties having or
<. have any right, title, or
in the property herein
Hi
ARE NOTIFIED that an
foreclose a mortgage on
lowing property in Dade
Florida:
in Block 9. of LAKES OF
JEADOVr SECTION ONE.
n: to the Plat thereof, as
I.n Plat Book 118. at Page
Public Record* of Dade
Florida.
i filled against you and you
lured to terre a copy of
itten defense*, if any, to it
S Yarehin. Esquire, of
A Yarehin. PA.. At
for Plaintiff. Suite 800.
cayne Boulevard. Miami.
33137. on or before
31. 1986. and to file the
with the Clerk of this
either before service on
rs attorneys or immediate
fter. otherwise, a default
ntered against you for the
nded in the Complaint.
ESS my hand and seal of
M December 26, 1986
IARD P BRINKER.
Clerk
Bj D C Bryant
Deputy Clerk
I January 3. 10.17.24.1986
CIRCUIT COURT FOR
?E COUNTY. FLORIDA
tOBATE DIVISION
Me Number 85-10302
I In i.ion 02
ESTATE OF
IUEL M BLUMBERG
Deceased
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
idministration of the estate
IUEL M BLUMBERG,
jd File Number 8510302.
Jing in the Circuit Court for
Minty, Florida. Probate
the address of which is
7:t West Flagler
Miami. Dade County.
33130 The names and ad
the personal represen
knd th* persunal represen
ittornay are set forth
terestad persons are re-
It' file with this court.
THREE MONTHS OF
RST PUBLICATION OF
""TICK (1) all claims
I ti. .-state and (2( any ob-
Dv an interested person to
I tie* was mailed that
I the validity of the will,
nficatmns of the personal
ptative. venue, or jurisdic-
;irt.
P MMS AND OBJ EC-
*>T So FILED WILL BE
-H BARRED
tion of this Notice has
January IT. 1986
onal Representative
NIEL BLUMBERG
' Personal

I STARR
th Dixie Highway
2812
M6-9680
January 17.24. 1986
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No. 86-02662
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN RE: The Marriage of
GREGORIOCHIRINO
GRAVERAN.
Petitioner,
and
RAMONA NUNEZ,
Respondent
TO: RAMONA NUNEZ
Calle 28. No 356
Vedado. Hahana, Cuba
YOI 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.
E8Q attorney for Petitioner,
whose address is 825 South
Bayshore Drive. Suite 543. Miami.
Florida 33131. and file the original
with the clerk of the above styled
court on or before February 28.
1986. otherwise a default will he
entered against you for the relief
prayed for in the complaint or
petition
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of said court at Miami. Florida on
thai Bhld -lay of January. 1986.
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By ( LAR1NDA BROWN
As Deputy Clerk
;Circuit Court Seal)
19557 January 24. 31.
February 7. 14.1986
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Namber 86-41
Diviaoa (04)
IN RE: ESTATE OF
JOHN F SHIELDS
Deceased
NOTICE
OF ADMINISTRATION
The Administration of the estate
of JOHN F SHIELDS, deceased.
File Number 86-41 (04), is pending
in the Circuit Court for Dade
County. Florida. Probate Division,
the address of which is 73 West
Flagler Street. Miami. FL 33130
The names and addresses of the
personal representative and the
personal representative's attorney
are set forth below.
All interested persons are re-
quired U> 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 junsdic
lion of the court.
ALL CLAIMS AND OBJEC
TIONS NOT SO FILED WILL BE
FOREVER BARRED
Publication of this Notice has
begun on January' 24, 1986
Personal Representative
GLADYS SAAVEDRA
3933 S.W. 91st Avenue
Miami. FL 33165
Co-Personal Representative
THEODORE R NELSON, ESQ
1135 Kane Concourse
Bay Harbor Islands. FL 33154
Attorney for Personal Repre
tentative
S'F.LSON & FKLDMAN. P A
1135 Kane Concourse
Hay Harbor Islands. FL 33154
telephone (305)865-5716
1..4- January 24. 31. 1986
ELEVENTH CIRCUIT COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
FC CASE NO. 85-52246
IN RE The Marriage of
BERTUUE C. DENIS
Petitioner/Wife.
v
PARNELL A DENIS
Respondent'H ushand
TO: PARNELl. A DENIS
Residence Unknown
Last Known Address
Seme Avenue. Bolos.se No. 76
Port Au-Prince. Haiti
shall serve copy of your Answer to
the Petition for Dissolution of Mar
nage upon GEORGE NICHOLAS.
Attorney. 612 N W 12th Avenue
Miami. Florida, 33136. and file
original with Court Clerk M or
before January 31. 1986, otherwise
a default will lie enler.-l
December 26. IM
RICHARD BRINKER
Bv D.C BRYANT
Deputy Clerk
I'.i.Mh; January 3. 10, IT.
24. 1986
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 80-203
Division 02
IN RE: ESTATE OF
MARIA GENIVARA DEL
SOCORRO HOYOS DE DUQUE.
Deceased
NOTICE
OF ADMINISTRATION
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING
CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
AGAINST THE ABOVE
ESTATE AND ALL OTHER
PERSONS INTERESTED IN
THE ESTATE
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that the administration of
the estate of MARIA GENIVARA
DEL SOCORRO HOYOS DE
DUQUE. deceased. File Number
86-293. is pending in the Circuit
Court for Dade County. Florida,
I'rnhate Division, the address of
which is 73 West Flagler Street,
Miami. Florida 33130 The
personal representative of the
estate is Manuel Zaiac. whose
address is 150 SE 2nd Ave Suite
610. Miami. Florida 33131 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
hasis 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 clerk to
enable the clerk 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 24. 1986
Manuel Zaiac
As Personal Representative
of the estate of
Mana Genivara del Socorro
Hoyos de Duque
Desaced
ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL
REPRESENTATIVE
Manuel Zaiac
150 SE 2nd Ave.. Suite 610
Miami. Florida 33131
Telephone (305) 358-4580
19556 January 24. 31. 1986
ELEVENTH CIRCUIT COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
CASE NO: 86-00987
IN RE The Marriage of:
MARIE CIANE L SAMED1.
Petitioner
and
Ol.TES SAMEDI.
Respondent.
TO OLTES SAMEDI Residence
unknown, you shall serve copy of
our Answer to the Petition for
Dissolution of Marriage upon
GEORGE NICHOLAS. Attorney.
612 Northwest 12th Ave Miami.
Florida 811*6, 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
19531 January 17. 24. 81,
February 7. 1986
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, desiring to
engage in business under the fie
titious name Harriet Efrom Enter
prisM M IBSI .Vtarn- Ave Miami
Beach. Florida 88140 intends to
register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade Conn
tj Honda.
Harriet Efrom
January 17,24.:"
Fehruarv
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 86-177
Divison 01
IN RE: ESTATE OF
EDITH 0. HUBBS
Deceased
NOTICE
OF ADMINISTRATION
The Administration of the estate
of EDITH 0. HUBBS, deceased.
File Number 86-177 is pending in
the Circuit Court for Dade County,
Florida. Probate Division, the ad
dress of which is 73 West Flagler
Street. Miami. FL 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: (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 jurisdic-
tion of the court.
ALL CLAIMS AND OBJEC-
TIONS NOT SO FILED WILL BE
FOREVER BARRED
Publication of this Notice has
ticgun on January' 24. 1986
Personal Representative
Carol A. Entrekin
13666 S.W. 117 Lane
Miami. Florida 33186
Attorney for Personal Rep-
resentative:
Paul R Stanton
Welhsch. MeUger
& Stanton, PA.
161 Almeria Avenue, Suite 200E
Coral Gables. Florida
Telephone: (305) 445-7954
19550 January 24.31. 1986
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, desiring to
engage in business under the fic-
titious name Channel One Media
Communications at 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 C.G. 33134
19534 January 17.24.31.
February 7. 1986
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
Case No. 86-47273 CA-02
NOTICE OF ACTION
002481
LINCOLN SERVICE
CORPORATION.
Plaintiff
vs.
DONALD TYRELI.
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
party herein described
You are hereby notified that an
action to foreclose a mortgage on
the following property in DADE
County. Florida
Lot'l3. Block 1. of HYDE PARK
MANOR, according to the Plat
thereof, recorded in Plat Book -47
Page 21 of the PvbUc Records of
Dad* County, Florida
has been filed against you and you
are required to serve a COP) >t
your written defenses, if any. to it
i.n Sheppard Faber, Attornev for
Plaintiff, whose address is Suite
214. 1570 Madruga Avenue, (oral
i 'Mm. Florida, 33146 on or before
February' 21. 1986. and file the
original with the clerk of this court
either before service on Plaintiffs
attorney or immediately
thereafter, otherwise a default will
In- enter.nl against you for the
relief demanded in the complaint
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of this court this 13 day of
.lanuarv. 1986
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk of the Court
Bv D( Bryant
As Daput) Clark
19687 January 17 24. 31;
February
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
CASE NO. 85-49779 CA-22
NOTICE OF ACTION
002481
FEDERAL NATIONAL MORT-
GAGE ASSOCIATION, an
association organized and existing
under the laws of the I 'nited
Slates of America.
Plaintiff
vs.
HECTOR C. MALDONADO.
et al..
Defendants.
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 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
Gables, Florida 33146, on or before
February 81, 1986. and file the
original with the clerk 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 13th day of
January. 1986.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
As Clerk of the Court
By DC. BRYANT
As Deputy Clerk
19541 January 17. 24, 31;
February 7. 1986
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
CASE NO. 85-47275 CA-27
NOTICE OF ACTION
002481
GREAT FINANCIAL FEDERAL
Plaintiff
v*.
JUAN PEDRO SAN
MARTIN, et ux., et al..
Defendants.
TO: JUAN PEDRi' SAN MARTIN
and GLADYS SAN MARTIN, his
wife. Residence Unknown, If alive,
and if dead, all parties claiming
interest by, through, under or
against JUAN PEDRO SAN
MARTIN and GLADYS SAN-
MARTIN, his wife, 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 16, in Block
259. of REVISED PLAT OF
CORAL GABLES RIVIERA
SECTION PART II. according to
,the Plat thereof, a* recorded in
I Plat Book 28. at Pag.' 23. of the
Public Records of Dad* County.
Florida, 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 Gables.
Florida 33146, on or before
February 21, 1986. and file the
original with the clerk 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 13th day of
January. 1986.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
As Clerk of the Court
By DC. BRYANT
As Deputy Clerk
19540 January 17. 24, 31;
February 7 1986
NOTICE OF ACTION
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
Civil Action
No: 85-36063 FC 23
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF
HANSON MORRIS
and
SANDRIA MORRIS
TO: Sandna Morris
5 Dillabury Avenue
Kingston 8. Jamaica
A petition for Dissolution of
Marriage has been filed in this
court and you are required to serve
a copy of your written defenses on
Alec Ross, 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 21. 1986; otherwise a
default will be entered against you
Dated in Miami on January 13.
1986
(Circuit Court Seal)
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk
Dade County Florida
By D C Bryant
As Deputy Clerk
19539 January 17.84.81:
February 7. 1986
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
Civil Action No: 86-01608
IN RE THE MARRIAGE OF
OLIVE CROSBY
and
CECIL CROSBY
To CECIL CROSBi
24 Mmstreal Street
Kingston 12. Jam.iic
A Petition for Dissolution of your
Marriage has been filed in this
court and you are required to serve
a copy of your written defense-- on
Alec Ross, 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 21. 1986. otherwise I
default will Ik- entered against you
Dated in Miami on .lanuarv 14
Ml
RICHARD BRINKEK
Clerk
Dade County, Florida
Bv .1 Byron
As Deputy (lark
(Circuit Court Saal)
19648 January 17,84.81;
February 7 1986
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, desiring to
engage in business at 1679 Alton
Road. Miami Beach. Florida
33189. under the fictitious name of
KING'S SHOE REBUILDERS.
intends to register the said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County, Florida
ALTON-LTNCOLN
SHOE REPAIR, INC.
BY: Harold Barkowitz. lYesident
1679 Alton Road
Miami Beach. FL 33139
George J. Alboum
ALBOUM and FURLONG
Attorneys At Law
333 Arthur Godfrey Road. Suite
104
Miami Beach. FL 33140
Tel. No. (305)538-6741
19530 January 10. 17.24. 31. 1986
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
Case No. 86-00090 (09)
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE BY PURLICATION
Bar No. 014496
IN RE: The marriage of
LIONEL BAYARD.
Petitioner/H ushand
and
OLA M. BAYARD.
Responden t'W i f e
YOU. OLA M
residence unknown,
to file your answer t.
for for dissolution of marriage with
the Clerk of the above Court and
serve a copy thereof upon the peti
tioner's attorneys. Herman i >t -r:
and Martin Cohen 622 S W 1st.
Street. Miami. Fla 88180, on or
before February 7, 1986. or else
petition will be confessed
WITNESS my hand and seal of
this Court, at Miami. Dade County,
Florida, this January 2. 1986
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk, Circuit Court
By: T Casamayor
Deputy Clerk
19519 January 10. 17.24.31. 1986
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undcrsigi.ed. desiring to
engage in business under the fic-
titious name Party Line Food* at
17681 NE 7 PI.. Miami. FL 88168
intends to register laid -Lime with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County Florida
JACK ROTHOLZ
l-.ir.22 January If 17.24 31.1986
BAYARD.
are required
the petition


-~
J -.
Public Notices
NOTICE UNDCB
riCTmOU8 NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, desiring to
engage in business under the fic-
titious name ATLANTIK BEACH
HOTEL, at 1150 S.W. 72nd
Avenue. Miami. Florida 33126, in-
tends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida.
Sun A Sea Estates. Ltd.
Lucaya. Grand Bahama. Island
Bahamas
19614 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. 85-44447 CA-01
NOTICE OF ACTION
AMERIFIRST FEDERAL
SAVINGS AND LOAN
ASSOCIATION.
Plaintiff
vs.
MICHAEL JO'ROURKE.
etal..
Defendants.
GREAT AMERICAN MOR
TGAGE CORPORATION,
Cross-Plaintiff,
vs.
MICHAEL J O'ROURKE and
PHILIP J REICHENTHAL.
as trustee,
Cross- Defendant*.
TO: MICHAEL J O'ROURKE
3168 Canton Hw\
Marietta. GA 30066
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an
action for Foreclosure of Mortgage
on the following described
property:
Lot 23. In Block 4. of FAIRWAY
PLAZA, according to the Plat
thereof, as recorded in Plat book
78. at Page 33. of the Public
Records of Dade County. Florida
has been filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any, to it.
on Sheppard Faber. Attorney for
Plaintiff, whose address is Suite
214. 1570 Madruga Avenue. Coral
Gables. Florida. 33146 on or before
January 31. 1986. and file the
original with the Clerk 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 26 day of
December. 1985.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
As Clerk of the Court
By DC. Bryant
As Deputy Clerk
19507 January 3. 10. 17. 24. 1986
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
GENEFAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
Case No. 85-49780 CA-28
NOTICE OF ACTION
002481
1250 WEST AVENUE
CORPORATION.
Plaintiff
vs.
CARLOS RODRIGUEZ, et ux.. et
si..
Defendants.
TO: CARLOS RODRIGUEZ and
EMMA RODRIGUEZ, his wife
1250 West Avenue
No 12-F
Miami Beach. Florida 33139
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an
action for Foreclosure of Mortgage
on the following described
property:
Unit 12-F. in BAY GARDEN
MANOR CONDOMINIUM,
according to the Declaration
recorded in Official Records Book
10661. at Page 2436, of the Public
Records of Dade County, Florida,
has been filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any. to it.
on Sheppard Faber. Attorney for
Plaintiff, whose address is Suite
214. 1570 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 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. 1986
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk of the Court
By DC BRYANT
As Deputy Clerk
19529 January 10. 17, 24. 31. 1986
IS THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
Case No. 85-47845 CA-13
NOTICE OF ACTION
001481
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, all 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, a Condominium,
the Declaration of which was
recorded August 30. 1982. under
Clerk's File No 82 R 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
ddress is Suite 214. 1570
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 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. 1986
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk of the Court
By DC BRYANT
As Deputy Clerk
1952.'. January 10, 17. 24. 31. 19X6
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
Case No. 85-49065 CA-29
NOTICE OF ACTION
002481
FEDERAL NATIONAL MOKT
GAGE ASSOCIATION, an
association organized and existing
under the laws of the United
States of America.
Plaintiff
v-
MAX A LOPEZ, et ux et a) .
Defendants.
TO MAX A LOPEZ and
CLEOPATRA LOPEZ, his wife
764 S W. 97th Place Circle
Miami. Florida 33174
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an
actton 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, at Page
26. of the Public Records of Dade
County. Florida, has been filed
against you and you are required
to serve a copy of your written
defenses, if any. to it. on Sheppard
Faber. Attorney for Plaintiff,
whose address is Suite 214. 1570
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 on
Plaintiffs attorney or immediately
thereafter: otherwise a default will
he 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 BRINKER
As Clerk of the Court
By DC BRYANT
As Deputy Clerk
19526 January 10. 17.24. 31.1986
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, desiring to
engage in business under the fic-
titious name Party Line Foods at
17531 NE 7 PI.. Miami. Ft. 3362 in
tends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida.
JACK ROTHOLZ
19622 January 10.17. 24.31. 1986
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
Case No. 86-00081
FAMILY DIVISION
FL BAR 368016
In re the marriage of
SUSAN L ROLLE
Petitioner
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 marriage
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 633 NE
167 St. N.M.B. Florida 33162. on
or before February 14. 1986. and
file the original with the clerk of
this court otherwise a default will
be entered against vast.
DATED: January 2. 1986.
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk of the Court
By K Seifned
As Deputy Clerk
19520 January 10, 17.24.31. 1986
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(REAL PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND Ft)R DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No. 85-47706 (02)
ACTION FOR SPECIFIC
PERFORMANCE. UNJUST
ENRICHMENT
All of Lot 2. Edgewater Park
Manor, recorded in Plat Book 48 at
page SO of the Public Records of
[lade Count*, F'londa a/V/a 800
South Royal Poinciana. Miami Sor-
ing*, Florida
EIGHT HUNDRED POIN-
CIANA, IN'
Plaintiff
VS
.MAN LUQUE,
I H-fendant
TO JUAN LIXMJI
2929 Riv.-rland Rd
Ft Ijiuderdale. Fla.
YOU ARE HEREBY Noti-
fied that an action for for Specific
Performance and Unjust Enrich
ment has been filed against you
and you are required to serve a
copy of your written defenses, if
any. to it on ALAN S KESSI.KK
attorney for Plaintiff, whose ad
dress is The Roney Plaza. Suite
M K. U01 Collins Ave. Miami
Beach. Florida 33139. and file the
original with the clerk of the above
styled court on or In-fore February
21 19X6. otherwise a default wiil
be entered against you for the
relief demanded in the complaint
or petition
This notice shall be puMished
once each week for four con
Mctltrvt weeks in THE JEWISH
FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of said court at Miami. Florida on
this 16th day of Januarv. 1986
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. F'londa
By DC BRYANT
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
ALAN S KESSLER BfM)
The Roney Plaza. Suite M -
2301 Collins Ave
Miami Beach. FL 33139
Telphone. (305)538-4421
19553 January-24. 31.
r"ebruary7. 14. 1986
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, desiring to
engage in business under the fie
titious name BEST BUDGET
PLAN INC also BEST P-.DGET
PLAN OPERATING ACCOUNT
at 695 NW 116th St Miami FU
33168 intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dmde County. Florida
WILLIAM CARMEI.
President
19511 January 3. 10. 17. 24. 1986
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Naatber 86-186
Divisoa 01
IN RE ESTATE OF
SARAH LEVINE
Deceased
NOTICE
OF ADMINISTRATION
The Administration of the estate
of SARAH LEVINE. deceased.
File Number 86-186. is pending in
the Circuit Court for Dade County
Florida. Probate Division, the ad
dress of which is 73 West Flagler
Street. Miami. FL 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 (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 junsdic
Don of the court
ALL CLAIMS AND OBJEC
TIONS NOT SO FILED WILL BE
FOREVER BARRED
Publication of this Notice has
hegun on January 24. I 01
Personal Representative
HAN AN C SE1.V1N
88-08 Grant Street
Fairlawn. Nou JoTOM 07410
HERBERT M GUSTON
139 Hamstown Road
Glen Rock. N J OT4M
Attorney for Personal Re:
tative
ABRAHAM A GALBUT
999 Washington Avenue
Miami Beach Florida 38139
Telephone (3061 673-8100
January 24 31
Pol roan J 11 l^x*
NOTICE OF AtTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY I
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNT!
Civil Action No 86-02150
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
FU Bar No 151623
IN RE The Man
1 RIAH R GRANT
Petitioner
and
TRACIE "i GR
Roopondont
TO TRACIE V GRANT
I'nki an
YOI ARE HEREBY NOTI
PIED that an action for I1
tion of Marriage has l*en file<1
against you and you ire required
to serve a copy of \->ur anttet
defenses if any. to it on ALAN S
KESSI.KK attorn*) '.
turner, whose MadrOM The
Roney Plaza. Suite M 9, 231
lins Ave Miami Beach i
38139, and file the original orrtai
the dork "f the abova stytt
on or boforo Fobrvnrj 2] 184
otherwise a default will t- .
against mu for the relief ed in the complaint or pet.'
This maea shall ba poMiahtd
once each week for four con
serutive weeks in THE JEWISH
FLORIDIAN
WITNESS m) hand and ll
of said court at Miami Plot
this 16th .ia\ of January. 1981
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk Circuit Court
Dade County Flornla
H> CLARINDA BRows
As Daputy Clark
(Circuit Court Seal I
ALAN 8 KESS1.FR Bsq
The Roney Plaza. Suite M >>
2301 Collins Ave
Miami Beach. PL 38189
Telphone (806)538-6421
19664 January 24.31
Pobrunrj 7,14 -
NOTICE UNDER
Fit TITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, .iesiring to
engage in l>usiness under the fie
titious name GREG'S EUCIP
MENT SERVICE at I68JJ6 s w
298rd Terrace. Homestead.
Flon.ia 88081 intends to register
sid name with the t'lerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County
Florida
GREG-car. INC
a Florida corporation
MIRIAM BECKERMAN
Attorney for Applicant
6450 S W 126th Street R
Miami. F'londa 81
19503 January,! 10 11 24, 19*6
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-
tenda to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida.
JEAN Kl'LLER
19521 January 10. 17.24. 31.1986
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, desiring to
engage in business under the fie
titious name YOUR TAX CON-
ST' TION and intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
Stuart J Miller
18561 N. Miami Ave
Miami. FL
19.S04 January 3. 10. 17.
24. 1906
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No. 86-23657 FC 24
AtTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RF
REYNOLD WILLIAMS Husband
t'.'i
JOYCE WILLIAMS. Wife
Tl l Ms Joyce Williams
MM Belle Glade Avenue
Belle Glade. FL 33430
YOU ARE HEREBY
NOTIFIED that an action for
Ihssulution of Marnage has been
filed against you and you are re-
quired to serve a copy ofyooV wnt-
'. nses, if any. to it on Arthur
H Lipson. attorney for Petitioner
whose address is" 801 NE 167
Street Ste 111, North Miami
Beach Florida 33162. and file the
original with the clerk of the above
t>le>i court on or hef.>re F'ebruary
It I8B8 otherwise a default wiil
he entered against you for the
rehef ilemanded in the complaint
or petition
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of said court at Miami. Florida on
this 7th ilav -(January. 1986
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County Florida
By D.C BRYANT
As iK-puty dart
(Circuit Coorl Seal)
19681 January 10, 17 24 :il 1*86
NOTICE OF AtTION
CONSTRUCTION SERVICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRC t IT OF FLORIDA. IN
IND FOR DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION No S6-00980-21
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IS RE The Marnage |
LINDA SONIA WOLANOW8K1
Petitioner
I i
DANIEL ARYEAH I.oWN
Ref -ndent
T' i I huiiel Aryeah I.own
Residence I 'nknown
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that a petition for
Ihssolution of Marriage has been
filed and commenced in this court
B are required to vrve a
I your written defenses, if
I on MFl.vis J ASHES
ESQ. attorney f.-r Petitioner.
address is 825 South
Bay shore Drive, Suite 643. Miami
Florida 33131 and file the original
with the clerk of the above styled
court on or before February 14.
'" otherwise a .lefauit will hi
I against you for the relief
prayed for in the complaint or
petition
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of said court at Miami. Florida on
this 9th day of January. 1986
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk Circuit Court
I>ade County. Florida
Bj C P OOPELAND
As Deputy Clrrk
(Circuit Court S||
19681 January 17,24.31.
February 7. 1986
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, desinng to
engage in business under the fie
titious name Addictions at 18637
ixie Highway North Miami
Beach, intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
< 'ourt of Dade County. Florida.
Emotional Outlet Inc
Judith Rosen. Pre*
100 percent
Januarv I In 17 24. 1986
IN THE CIRCUIT COpoVT
THE ELEVENTHS*
CIRCUIT. IN AND -S*1
DADE COUNTY. FLoYm.
GENERAL JURISDkHS
DIVISION *
CoaaNo. 84-3S2i2C.
NOTICE OF ACTION
FEDERAL NATlONA1L
GAGE ASSOCIATION .7?
Statea Corporation
Plaintiff,
v.
ELIZABETH BARRlDgrugJ
and JOSE MARIA KIIZ LVl
hand; ROBERTO SEBlLtu
ANGEL ALONS0. '
unknown spouses. hei.
grantees, creditors ,, otho-.
tiea claiming by. trough ^
against them. l.AKF.S op
MEADOW M A S T |1
MAINTENANi'F. assort.
TION. INC.ar1on.ttco,
and ANDREW M^Kfn,"
DALE MARTIN In *,ff
Defendants
To Elisabeth Bam.*. Da
Joae Maria Run her ban,
Roberto Sebelen. unknown. ,
Angel Alonso, wh.me readme,,
A Avua Edie I 'udis P H |_
Campo. Caracas. in*i VfnenJI
and the unknown parties *fcr>aa|
be spouses, hem. demaal
grantees, assignees \ntiiJ
creditors, trustees and all
claiming inter,-
under or against nud Doftl
who are not known t. be **l
alive and all parties hsi^j
claiming to haw- an) rght takj
interest in the prooaril
described
YOU ARI SuTIFIEDthaj
action to forecl'ise a ^euj^ij
the following pn ; -.
County. Florida
Lot 5. in Bi I ...KUsi
THE MEADOW SB
according to the Plat thenxtj
recorded in Plat K-.alia.atI
7, of the Public Re. rosofl
County, rTorwia
has been filed aga.- -' osj us a
are required I Meat a enai
your written defenses if ibj.bJ
on Barry B V..r F.iqan.1
Rosenthal 4 Yot I f I
torneys for Plaintiff Sum
3O50 BnKayne Bousrvafa "
Florida 33137
January 31. le. md '*\
original with the ierk
t" Plaintiffs itaOrn 11 ina
hr thereafter UtOniawa II
will he entere.1 .^-.. I
relM-f deman.k-.i ('oooot
WITNESS my han.l ana awj
this Court"' r M 3T
RICHARD I HKISaER
B> I'
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19609 Januar\
IN THE CIBf I IT < ol RTF
DADE COUNTY. FLOaOuj
PROBATE DIVtSNB
File Saatber s*-IJ4
IS RF ESTATE "1
ABRAHAM Air LMAJi
D.
NOTICE tF
ADMINISTKVTIos
The admimstratior
of ABRAHAM
let-eased. Pit Numb
pending in IN
Hade Caoatj I
Division, the*.!
Vr> F'lagler Street I
Florida 331*i 1% ^meil
dresses of the DM
tative and the peTO nal
tative attorni i
Woo
All interests! psraooi *"
quired to file antl 'J" J
WITHIN THREF M'NTH.
THE FIRST II BI
THIS NOTICE II *"
against the estate a:
jectK.n by an kjtortttari P*"1^
whom this notice *' ^**c
challenges the validity al ta
the qualification- of
representative ^enur or
tx>n of the court
ALL CLAIMS AM
TION8 NOT SO FILED WW
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Publication of this ***
hegun on Januar\
Personal Re(r.M-ntaB"
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SV v ... 11367
Attorney for Pol
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Ita Capital Bank BoMOJ
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Friday. January 24. 1986/The Jewish Floridian Page 15-B
feane Kirkpatrick, Ambassador Netanyahu Hail New
Volume By UN Correspondent Horowitz
ImTKD NATIONS Former
Ambassador Jeane
ipatrick and Israel's current
ju-sman, Benjamin Netanyahu,
paid high tribute to a new
written by researcher-UN
Jespondeat David Horowitz
liititltHi "Pastor Charles Taze
tell, an Early American Chris
Zionist," the volume, just
Ijshed by the Philosophical
fcry. New York, discloses the
: an American pastor who
irececM Theodor Herzl in
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return to Zion and. based upon
biblical prophecy, restore their an-
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Palestine.
"This is a fascinating account of
a neglected man and a neglected
chapter in the history oi
Zionism." Dr. Kirkpatrick
declared after reading advanos
gallery-proofs of the book. "David
Rorowits' wall-written book "i
Pastor Charles Taze Russell
makes extremely interesting
reading." the former UN Am
bassador added.
In his comment. Ambassador
Benjamin Netanyahu declared
"David Horowitz sets the
record straight about the beliefa
and achievements of Charles Taze
Russell. A recognition of Pastor
Russell's important role as SB ';ir
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Following a visit to the old
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Hippodrome and addressed an
overcrowded Jewish audience on
the urgent need for the Jewish
people to return and rebuild their
ancient homeland. The reccptioi
he received was enthusiastic
As a deep I'linstiatl Bible
scholar. Pastor Kussell kept
stressing the fact that the Jew-
should remain faithful to their
Torah faith and as such all nations
and peoples will he blessed
through them. He was against
proselytization
KHKVIN
Pauline H 73. of Miami, passed awav
January 17 Originally from Poland. Mrs
Shevin ha ti*n a resident here since 1SJW
She was a member of Beth Shira Coapnp
aii.in. Hadassah. Torah Chapter and Tech
Djon She is survived hy her sons. Robert
iMyrnal Shevin Jerome (Knherta) Shevin
an and brother- Kubin Bott, of Miami Jack
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Brown, of Toronto; seven grandchildm.
I .aura. Hilary. Harry. Adam. Alison. Bran
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)VMU A tVlMMUVllHI^, ejeMIUa*I> .Va,
L.A. Mayor Says That Farrakhan's
Message Of Hate Has Revived
Black-Jewish Dialogue
PALM SPRINGS, Calif.
(JTA) Conservative
and Reform rabbis were told
by Mayor Tom Bradley of
Los Angeles that the
message of hate and bigotry
spread across the nation by
the Rev. Louis Farrakhan
has revived the black-
Jewish dialogue, reporting
that in his city a two-day
meeting was scheduled bet-
ween 20 black and Jewish
clergymen and that some in-
dividual rabbis and
ministers had again started
regular discussions.
Bradley addressed a joint ses-
sion of the Rabbinical Assembly
Western States Region and the
Pacific Association of Reform
Rabbis last night at Temple
Isaiah. Both groups are meeting
at separate conventions here.
"We must never permit a
message of hate to split us apart.
we have so much in common
historically.'" Bradley said. He
stated that rabbis have always
t>een in the forefront of the civil
World Jewish
Leaders Appeal
To Public
Opinion .
NEW YORK (JTAI The
leaders of the Jewish communities
of Britain and France joined the
chairman of the Conference of
President* of Major American
Jewish Organizations last week in
appealing to world opinion to
"halt the massacre" of Lebanese
Jews "whose government has
confessed its impotence to protect
them."
The appeal, which denounced
"the taking of hostages and the
systematic selection of Jewish vic-
tims." was signed by Kenneth
Bialkin. chairman of the
Presidents Conference; Dr. Lionel
Kopelowitz. president of the
Board of Deputies of British Jews:
and Theo Klein, president of
CRIF (the Representative Council
of French Jewry)
The Jewish leaders issued their
statement after the second of five
Jewish hostages seized by Islamic
terrorists in Lebanon was found
dead in Beirut. They addressed
heir appeal "to the human cons-
?ience. to the leaders of religious
groups and to governments."
declaring:
it is no more acceptable todaj
ihan earlier in this century that
lews should be murdered simpl>
because they are Jews This time.
other voices than ours must be
raised in solemn protest Today
silence is a crime "
rights struggle, saying. "This
must continue and go further."
BRADLEY REFUSED to link
the Rev. Jesse Jackson to the
'vile tongue" of Farrakhan. say
ng that Jackson had apologized to
he Jewish community at the
Democratic National Convention
for his remarks. "I am against any
ndividual or group that supports
ind believes in bigotry, anti
Semitism or racial hatred no mat
ter who says it." he added.
Asked how the renewed black-
Jewish dialogue should handle the
thorny question of affirmative ac-
tion. Bradley replied. "1 am aware
of the strong reaction quota
systems represent to members of
the Jewish community. In Los
Angeles, we sat together and
developed a consensus to right
historical inequities in achieving
jobs without imposing hard, fast
figures. We succeeded in develop-
ing goals and timetables accep-
table to all.
RABBI Alexander Shapiro,
president of the Rabbinical
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Assembly, said he felt that the
renewed" dialogue must first
"overcome the existing hurt and
suspicion within the Jewish com
munitv resulting from the bigot r\
of a "Farrakhan. the slur of a
Jackson, and the anti Israel and
pro-PLO posture of sonic
members of the Black community
"As spiritual leaders we must
lead the way in helping to heal the
wounds and returning blacks and
Jews to addressing the major
issues, to a larger social agenda
that demands our attention."
Shapiro added.
Rabbi Jack Stern. Jr president
of the Centra] Conferenc.
American Rabbis (CCAKl. said he
believes that Jews and blacks have
a mutual obligation to creating
better understanding within Nth
groups and thus eliminating BJ
existing vestiges of anti-Mack bifU
and anti-Semitism that ma\ I
"These prejudices CM *' over
come with dialogue. undents!)
ding and face-to-face contact." he
said.
Jokn I Mom fright}, chairman of Florida Mm > I >RT
. ORT Leadership Award to Herbert Mahry *,-, ^rum
tht Georgia AFL-CIO, ami r-chairman aftht A'^'n^i
net honoring Georgia Srrretary of State Staj ( ". ktiint
(tj in Atlanta. Center us RE "Ted" Turer, chairman .r'Vj
ami president of Turner RroadroAting Systrm i unfa
chairman
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