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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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On 4 Bombing Counts
Aryan Nations Admirer Arrested
I Bt SUSAN BIRNBAUM
NEW YORK-(JTA)-A
1 year-old man known to
frequented the neo-
white supremacist
in Nations compound
r Hayden Lake, Idaho,
, arrested last week and
in Coeur d'AIene,
Idaho, on three counts of
bombing and one count of
attempted bombing.
The man, Robert Pires, is the
only person charged in connection
with the Sept. 15 bombing of the
home of Father Bill Wassmuth, a
Roman Catholic priest, and the
Sept. 29 bombings of a luggage
store and the Federal Building in
Coeur d'AIene, a resort town
about seven miles from the head-
quarters of the Aryan Nations.
Another bomb on the roof of the
Armed Forces Recruiting Offices
was found before it went off. A
Kootenai County judge in Coeur
d'AIene set bail at $500,000.
PIRES HAD been in FBI
Continued on Page 7-A
Downed Flier
Negotiations
To Be Tough
I King Hassan // of Morocco (right) greets Mrs.
\liiane Shalom of New York, vice president of
Itfc World Assembly of Moroccan Jewry, at his
I palace in Rabat. Th* King broke precedent
lutoi he received members of the executive
Icmmittf of the World Assembly, who includ-
mfmr Israeh Knesset members, at their re-
lent meeting i n ('asablanca. Next to Hassan it
Wew Cabinet
David Amar. president of the World
Assembly, who lives in Morocco. In addition to
Israel and the U.S.. delegates came from
Canada, France. Spain and Switzerland. The
meeting followed the recent visit of Israel
Prime Minister Shimon Peres to Morocco,
where he discussed with the King ways of
widening the circle of Arab-Israel peace.
Settles In As In-Fighting Continues
B DAVID LANDAU
[JERUSALEM (JTA) -
piimon Peres' tenure as
foreign Minister began last
ek with an internal row
i Peres managed to set-
e.but not to the complete
"tisfaction of all concerned.
wnier Yitzhak Shamir, on
other hand, ensconced
"m in office smoothly,
choosing Herut hardliners
as his top aides.
Peres' troubles stemmed from
his plan to divide the position of
director general of the Foreign
Ministry between two men. This
was necessary to create a senior
post for Peres" close associate,
former Cabinet Secretary Yossi
Beilin, after his nomination to be
Israel's next Ambassador to the
U.S. was vetoed by Likud.
THE CABINET approved
Peres' plan last Monday (Oct. 20).
But Avraham Tamir, who was
slated to be director general, balk-
ed. He refused to share his office
with anyone else and threatened
to resign. Tamir's chief political
patron. Minister-Without-
Portfolio Ezer Weizman, was
furious.
Tamir had served as director
general of the Prime Minister's
Office during the two years that
Peres headed the Labor-Likud
coalition government. Weizman
also served in the Prime
Minister's Office as liaison for
Arab affairs. He had planned to
continue his functions in the
foreign Ministry, but Attorney
General Yosef Harish advised that
Continued on Page 14-A
By HUGH ORGEL
TEL AVIV (JTA) -
One of two Israel Air Force
flyers who bailed out of
their Phantom jet over
south Lebanon on Oct. 16 is
being held by the Shiite
militia, Amal. and Israel an-
ticipates long and difficult
negotiations for his release.
This was indicated by Amal
leader Nabih Bern in Beirut who
confirmed that the Israeli airman
was in Amal's hands. Israeli
authorities earlier discounted
Amal claims that he was their
prisoner because they offered no
proof by way of personal details or
photographs. Defense Minister
Yitzhak Rabin said earlier that
there was no official confirmation
of who held the flyer.
BUT BERRI'S statement was
accepted here, and with some
degree of relief inasmuch as
Amal, the mainstream Shiite
military organization in Lebanon,
is moderate in contrast to the
Iranian-inspired Hezbullah and
other extremist Shiite groups.
Berri is Minister of Justice in the
Lebanese government.
The Israeli prisoner was the
Phantom's navigator. Its pilot,
who also bailed out. was rescued
by an Israel Air Force helicopter
Israel claims the plane crashed
because of a malfunction that
caused bombs in its undercarriage
to explode. Reports from Lebanon
said it was shot down while taking
part in a bombing raid on an El
Fatah base east of Tyre.
Berri did not say that Amal will
hold the Israeli to bargain for the
release of Amal or other Shiites
held prisoner by Israel or by the
Israel-backed South Lebanon Ar-
my (SLA). But he hinted as much
at a Beirut press conference when
he referred to Shiites, including
young women, in the Khiam
detention camp run by the SLA in
south Lebanon.
BERRI WAS quoted as saying
that before negotiations for the
Israeli flyer could begin, "Israel
Continued on Page 16-A
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$2.5 Billion in Arms
How They Were To Be Sent To Iran
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By MARGIE OLSTER
NEW YORK (JTA) -
Paul Grand, attorney for
Samuel Evans, the accused
middleman in an alleged
conspiracy to supply some
$2.5 billion worth of
American weapons to Iran,
has attempted to piece
together the puzzle of how
this case originated, in an
affidavit to support a joint
motion by defense lawyers
in the case to dismiss the
charges.
Four Israelis are among 17
defendants charged in the case
with wire fraud, mail fraud and
conspiracy to resell American-
made weapons to Iran from ex-
isting arsenals in Israel and three
other countries.
A HEARING on the motion in
Continued on Page 6-A
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Nabih Berri
Shamir
In Praise
For Britain's
Break
With Syria
By DAVID LANDAU
(Jerusalem)
And MAURICE SAMUELSON
(London)
Israeli Premier Yitzhak
Shamir had high praise for
the British government
Sunday for breaking
diplomatic relations with
Syria. Addressing the week-
ly Cabinet meeting in
Jerusalem, his first as
Prime Minister, Shamir call-
ed the move "a significant
step forward" in the battle
of the Western democracies
against international
terrorism.
Britain acted Friday after the
Syrian Ambassador in London,
Loutof Allah Haydar, was im-
plicated in an attempt to blow up
an El Al airliner last Apr. 17. A
32-year-old Jordanian, Nezar Hin-
dawi, who tried to have a suitcase
full of high explosives smuggled
aboard the plane at Hearthrow
Airport, was conviced of attemp-
ted murder and sentenced Friday
to 45 years in prison.
TESTIMONY AT his trial in-
dicated he acted in collusion with
the Syrian envoy and the Em-
bassy staff. Haydar was summon-
ed to the Foreign Office im-
mediately after sentence was
passed. Foreign Secretary Sir
Geoffrey Howe told Parliament
later that Haydar was ordered to
close his Embassy and withdraw
Continued on Page 2-A


I \
Page 2-A The Jewiah Floridian/Friday, October 31, 1986
EEC Barely Civil
As Britain Stands
Alone Against Syria
By EDWIN EYTAN
PARIS (JTA) The
European Economic Com-
munity (EEC) was seriously
divided Monday over its
response to Britain's urging
to take joint measures
against Syria because of its
alleged involvement in in-
ternational terrorism.
The Foreign Ministers of the 12
member-states, unable to reach a
decision after a six-hour closed
session in Luxembourg, continued
to meet late into the night. A
spokesman said a joint communi-
que might be issued when the
meeting adjourns.
BRITAIN BROKE diplomatic
relations with Syria last Friday
following the sentencing of a Jor-
danian national, Nezar Hindawi,
to 45 years in prison for attemp-
tinig to place a bomb aboard an El
Al airliner at London's Heathrow
Airport last April 17. Britain
charged the Syrian Embassy with
collusion in the plot.
British Foreign Secretary Sir
Geoffrey Howe asked his col-
leagues at the meeting in Luxem-
bourg to take concrete measures
such as cutting off economic aid to
Damascus, imposing stricter visa
regulations on Syrian nationals,
curtailing travel by Syrian
diplomats in Western Europe and
cancellation of official exchange
visits between Syria and the EEC
countries.
Diplomatic sources in Luxem-
bourg said that Greece, West Ger-
many and France opposed joint
anti-Syrian action. According to
these sources, the Greek delega-
tion accepted publication of a joint
communique condemning ter-
rorism "in all its forms" but refus-
ed to have Syria mentioned by
name.
WEST GERMANS and French
were prepared to support a joint
condemnation referring specifical-
ly to Syria but refused to "put
teeth" into any joint measures,
the sources said. Before Monday's
meeting Howe urged the EEC
states "to support us not with
words alone." He called on Bri-
tain's partners to cut off economic
aid to Syria, curtail trade and con-
demn Syria's tactics.
Howe produced what he called
conclusive evidence of Syrian in-
volvement in the attempt to plant
a bomb aboard the Israeli airliner.
Diplomatic sources told the
Jewish Telegraphic Agency that
the evidence consisted of a
transcript of Hindawi's trial at
which several witnesses gave
testimony directly implicating the
Syrian Ambassador in London,
Loutof Allah Haydar, and his staff
in the terror plot.
Howe also produced additional
evidence provided by the British
secret service and the CIA, and
transcripts of wiretaps at the
homes of Syrian officials in
London.
THE 12 EEC countries de-
nounced Libya last April 21 after
the U.S. air raid on Tripoli which
was a punitive measure for
Libyan-backed terrorist acts in
Europe. But EEC sources ex-
plained Monday that Syria's case
is "very different."
Syria and the EEC have signed
an economic cooperation agree-
ment and are currently
negotiating a financial agreement
for the period 1986-1990. Syria
has close, even friendly relations
with several of the EEC member
states, particularly Greece, Italy,
Spain, Portugal and France.
France, West Germany and The
Netherlands have granted Syria
economic aid. According to the
French press, they were about to
increase their economic
assistance. The three countries
believe Syrian President Hafez
Assad's regime should receive
assistance to prevent Syria from
falling completely under Soviet
domination.
France, moreover, believes
Syria can help obtain the release
of seven French hostages held by
Shiite Moslem extremists in
Lebanon.
ACCORDING to the French
press. France has negotiated an
important arms sales deal with
Syria which only awaits the
signature of Premier Jacques
Chirac. The agreement reportedly
is for the sale of combat planes
and helicopters, electronic
devices, missiles and computers.
Some reports said the deal was
worth billions of dollars.
Nevertheless, several political
parties here have urged the
government to support Britain's
tough stance against Syria. The
Socialist opposition has called for
a break of diplomatic relations
with Syria. Former President
Valery Giscard d'Estaing has
pressed Chirac "to show his
solidarity" with Prime Minister
Margaret Thatcher's government.
Leftist, Pro-PLO Senator
In Uruguay Criticizes Jews
NEW YORK (JTA) A
gratuitous comment by a leftist,
pro-PLO Senator in Uruguay who
cri tized Jews for persisting in ef-
forts to prosecute Nazi criminals
has evoked an angry response
from the representative body of
Uruguayan Jewry.
According to Rabbi Morton
Roeenthal, director of the Anti-
Defamation League of B'nai
B'rith's Latin American Affairs
Department, the Comite Central
I sraelita denounced efforts to
"delegitimixe the significance of
the Holocaust as anti-Semitism
disguised as humanism." Rosen-
thai said the Comite added that
Gill man Reelected
ROCK ISLAND, ILL. (JTA)
Sam Gillman of Rock Island has
been elected to a second term as
president of the Jewish Federa-
tion of the Quad Cities.
"we will not forget that which
should not be forgotten, we will
not pardon that which should not
be pardoned."
The Senator, Francisco Rodri-
quez Cammusao, a member of the
leftist Broad Front coalition who
was elected with the support of
the Uruguayan Communist Party,
criticised Jews for still pursuing
Nazi war criminals "50 years"
after the Holocaust.
His comments came during a
Uruguayan Senate debate over a
proposed law to provide the legal
framework for prosecution of
those in charge who allegedly
were involved in torture and
disappearance of Uruguayans
during the period of military rule
in that country.
Roeenthal said the Senator's
statement came at a time when
there has been a sharp increase of
Nazi graffiti throughout
Montevideo, the nation's capital.
Dr. Dov Padeh (left) of the Urology Depart-
ment of the Hadassah-Hebrew University
Medical Center discusses the Center's
lithotripter, a device for the nonsurgical treat-
ment of kidney stones, to a group of Arab ad-
ministrators for hospitals in Judea and
Samaria. The Hadassah Medical Organiza]
turn has established a special liaison affiJ
with the Civilian Administration of Judeal
and Samaria to strengthen cooperation with
doctors and administrators in West Bank\
medical facilities.
Shamir Praises
Britain's Diplomatic Break With Syria
Continued from Page 1-A
its 21 staff members. The British
Embassy in Damascus, with a
staff of 19, was closed at the same
time.
Within hours after the British
move, the U.S. and Canada an-
nounced they were recalling their
Ambassadors to Damascus.
Although the Israelis were ob-
viously delighted by these
developments, official reaction in
Jerusalem was low-key. The ex-
planation given was that Israel
did not want to appear to have had
a role in the deterioration of rela-
tions between the West and Syria.
The feeling in Jerusalem is that is
is now up to the Western coun-
tries to lead the fight against
terrorism.
OFFICIAL SOURCES in
Jerusalem expressed disappoint-
ment with France which did not
follow the British lead and
reportedly plans to sell arms to
Syria. Israel's Ambassador in
Paris, Ovadia Soffer. is expected
to ask the French government for
"clarifications" of the three
billion Franc arms deal reported
in the newspaper Liberation.
The attempt to plant deadly ex-
plosives aboard the El Al plane
before it took off for Tel Aviv with
375 passengers aboard was foiled
by an alert El Al security agent.
Testimony at Hindawi's trial ex-
posed the utter ruthlessness of the
plot and the Syrian Embassy
connection.
Referring to the latter, the Lon-
don court judge, Sir William
Mars-Jones, said, "We will not
tolerate acts of terrorism from
other countries operating here or
from their country." The sentence
was one of the toughest handed
down by a British court in recent
years.
HINDAWI WAS arrested after
the El Al security staff found
three pounds of plastic explosives
in a suitcase which had passed
through a metal detector and
would have been carried aboard
the plane. Hindawi had given the
suitcase to his Irish woman friend,
Anne-Marie Murphy, who was
unaware of what it contained.
The Jordanian had promised
Murphy, who was pregnant with
his child at the time, that he would
follow her to Israel on a later
plane and marry her. The conceal-
ed bomb was timed to explode
when the plane was over Austria.
The prosecution claimed that
after leaving Murphy at the air-
port with the suitcase, Hindawi
proceeded to the Syrian Embassy
where he presented a letter to
Ambassador Haydar. After
telephoning Damascus, the Am-
bassador was alleged to have put
Hindawi in the care of three
diplomats who tried to disguise
him and send him to a safe hide-
away.
Hindawi told police inter-
rogators after his arrest that he
was a member of the Abu Nidal
terrorist group and was to be paid
$250,000 to destroy the Israeli air
craft with all aboard. The date.
Apr. 17, is the Syrian National
Day.
THE BRITISH jury of seven
men and five women reached a
unanimous verdict of guilty.
Before passing sentence, Mars-
Jones told Hindawi: "This was a
well-planned, well-organized
crime which involved many others
besides yourself, some of them
people in high places.
"If your attempt had succeeded
and that bomb had gone off, some
380 innocent civilians, men.
women and children, would have
perished, including the woman
you professed to love and was car
rying your child. A more callous
and cruel deception and a more
horrendous massacre is difficult
to imagine."
Hindawi, who implicated
Syrian Ambassador during q,
tioning by police, changed ..
story in the course of his trial. Ha
denied the attempted murder!
charge, claiming that he had trick]
ed Murphy into smuggling drug
into Israel and that Israeli in
telligence agents replaced then
with explosives.
Posthumous Inductiol
OKLAHOMA CITY iJTAl
Sara Ruth Cohen became the fir
Jewish member of the Oklahon
Women's Hall of Fame with her]
posthumous induction Oct. 17.1
Cohen was an educator, a leader!
in scouting both in her area and!
Israel, as well as being active with!
the Oklahoma City Jewish!
Federation and on behalf of Soviet!
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Orthodox Jews Arrested
[ In Moscow As They
Celebrate Simchat Torah
By SUSAN BIRNBAUM
^W YORK (JTA) -
fie young Orthodox Jews
I were arrested in front of
Moscow's Choral
iSynagogue on Simchat
|Torah Sunday, according to
|Lvnn Singer, director of the
I Long Island Committee for
I Soviet Jewry.
I Singer told the Jewish
|wegraphic Agency that, accor-
l&v to reliable sources, the five
litre arrested by "particularly
Inoous" policemen, who told them
lint "they wished that they could
IbDthem." It occurred after Elie
I Wiesel left Moscow.
WIESEL. the 1986 Nobel
I Peace Prize winner, went to
I Moscow last week to discuss the
I plight of Soviet Jewry with top
I Soviet officials but was reportedly
I noble to meet with Soviet leader
I Mikhail Gorbachev. Speaking at a
I news conference. Wiesel appealed
[ Levine Is President
TORONTO (JTA) Martin
[Levine of Montreal has been
Lected president of United Israel
Appeal of Canada, succeeding
Allan Offman of Toronto.
Friday, October 31, 1986/The Jewish Floridian Page 3-A,
IIENVENID1S
to the Soviet government to allow
dissident physicist Andrei
Sakharov. the 1975 Nobel Peace
Laureate who was banished to the
city of Gorky six years ago, to
return to Moscow. Wiesel describ-
ed Sakharov as "a humanitarian"
and said that "to isolate him is un-
fair and unjust."
Wiesel also attended a Jewish
religious ceremony in Moscow and
said later he had been moved by
the resilience and faith of Soviet
Jews. Wiesel. who was in Moscow
as a guest of the Soviet War
Veterans Committee to discuss
with its members how to com-
memorate victims of the Nazis in
World War II. left for Paris
Sunday.
Singer said the five, who were
arrested immediately after
Wiesel's departure, were taken to
police headquarters, where they
were being held until a trial Mon-
day where she assumed they
would be charged with
"hooliganism" and incarcerated
for a minimum of 15 days.
THE FIVE were unidentified,
but sources told Singer that one of
them is missing a hand and that
this might help to identify him.
Singer said that the current
New Israeli-Spanish ties were developed at the
Agritech Fair in Tel Aviv as Bank Hapoalim
hosted a seminar on potential agro-industrial
ventures between the countries. Alexander
Yuchtman, senior executive of Bank
Hapoalim (center), is chairman of the
Chamber of Commerce of Israel-Latin
America, Spain and Portugal, which con-
ducted the seminar. Others participating were
J.L. Garcia Palacies (left), president of the
Cooperative Agricultural Association of
Hueva, Andalusia; Antonio Hernandez (se-
cond from right), former Senator in the
Spanish Parliament, also from Andalusia;
and Moshe Shoham (far right), Israeli Com-
mercial Attache in Spain. They joined more
than 600 Spanish visitors among the U.QOO
foreign participants in the Agritech exhibition
here. Pedro Lopez Aquirre Bengoa, the first
Ambassador of Spain to Israel, also addressed
the gathering.
"mood in Moscow is so bad"
among Jews.
The arrests occurred during a
visit to the United States by the
Soviet chairman of the Council of
Religious Affairs, Konstantin
Kharchev, who announced last
Thursday at a press conference in
New York that the Soviet Union is
moving in the direction of
democratizing government policy
toward religion.
Kharchev professed to have no
knowledge of specific instances
where Jews were mistreated or
harassed, alleging that "enemies
of the Soviet State propagate
lies."
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Page 4-A The Jewish Floridian/Friday, October 31, 1966
\ ..
The Trial That Probed
A People's Conscience
England, "this emerald isle" about which
William Shakespeare once rhapsodized, has
never been known to shrink from diplomatic
duplicity. Reckoned in these terms, what
happened last week when the British
government severed diplomatic relations
with Syria is on its face inexplicable.
The government had an absolute respon-
sibility to try Nezar Hindawi, the Jordanian
Arab who tried to smuggle a suitcase full of
high explosives aboard an El AJ jet bound
for Tel Aviv last Apr. 17. And so the govern-
ment did.
But in the process, the British uncovered
proof that the Syrian Ambassador in Lon-
don, Loutof Allah Haydar. was implicated in
the plot that, in effect, Hindawi had acted
in collusion with Haydar, who would pay him
$250,000 for planting the explosives aboard
the jet on Syria's National Day
To make matters worse, the Syrian envoy
to Great Britain saw Hindawi at the Syrian
Embassy in London almost immediately
after he planted the explosives on his Irish
girifriena, Anne-Marie Murphy, moments
before she was to board the El Al jet, and it
was at the Embassy that Hindawi was plac-
ed in die care of three Syrian diplomats who
were to disguise him and send him to a safe
hiding place.
British Move Surprising
The upshot of this was a British jury's
unanimous verdict last week that Hindawi
was guilty and that he be imprisoned for
some 40 years for a "well-planned, well-
organized crime which involved many others
besides yourself, some of them people in
high places."
At another time in British history, even
'this would be unthinkable to tweak the
nose of an Arab nation when a lesser verdict
could have as easily served as the ap-
propriate cosmetic treatment to remain
diplomatically indifferent to Syria's botched
job. But thereafter to sever diplomatic rela-
tions with Syria, with all the attendant risks
that this implies, not the least of which sug-
gest terrorist retaliation in a London over-
run these days by Arab nationals?
The British move was indeed surprising, a
move designed to fit the punishment to the
crime, diplomatic second thoughts be damn-
ed. One may argue that, as in the case of the
trial of Hindawi himself, and the imprison-
ment terms, London had no alternative.
After all, Syria, a nation with which the
British government is at peace, was
presumably using its Embassy to stage ter-
rorist acts. The severing of diplomatic rela-
tions with Syria, so the reasoning would go,
was therefore the only course of reaction
available to a nation whose integrity had
been ruptured by a foreign government in-
different to the protocol of behavior atten-
dant to appropriate Embassy conduct.
A Heroic Stand
These considerations apart, there was the
question of international terrorism itself.
Many world nations had been making brave
statements during the past few years about
a global war on terrorism. What else, in the
end, could the British do but be high-
minded? Many things, but they chose none
of those far less painful alternatives.
The attitude of the European Economic
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Community nations is far more in accord
with what one may have expected from that
continent of occasionally miserable, greedy,
self-centered governments. As of Monday, it
snubbed the courageous British action and
contentedly focused on the political and
economic advantages of neither joining the
British in diplomatically isolating Syria fur-
ther nor, indeed, of even signing a state-
ment of unreserved support for its EEC
partner's move. Talk about cowardice let
alone those brave but empty European vows
to combat terrorism.
Against this background of typical Euro-
pean behavior, the British decision stands
out all the more sharply and heroically.
This "emerald isle, this England" today is
what Shakespeare had in mind when he first
wrote the noble words.
New Soviet Maneuver
The new Soviet maneuver so far as the
refuseniks are concerned is to let them out
one at a time in moments appropriately
designed to exact maximum public relations
value from each release. In this sense,
Secretary General Mikhail Gorbachev is
becoming an artful manipulator of American
public opinion.
But too many in our country have rushed
to praise Gorbachev despite the obvious pur-
pose of his cruel maneuvering. In this sense,
as Pamela Cohen, president of the Union of
Councils for Soviet Jews, has pointed out,
"Natan Sharansky, Yuri Orlov and Dr.
David Goldfarb are decoys who distract the
media's attention from larger problems ..."
Gorbachev's little ballet to please the
crowd apart, the fact is that the Soviet
Union has denied exit visas to a minimum of
30,000 refuseniks at the same time that a
total of some 400,000 other Jews have taken
the first steps toward emigration.
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But both groups, as Cohen points out, "are
being thwarted by the Soviets' deliberately-
designed, obstructive policy."
We must agree that, given the abysmally
slow pace of current Soviet-Jewish emigra-
tion, it is especially disturbing that the
Reagan Administration seems to be caught
up in Gorbachev's case-by-case approach as
the Soviets continue their agonizingly slow
review of the emigration question.
The case-by-case review is a mere bandaid
solution to a deeper problem: The individual
case approach is a smokescreen behind
which the Soviet government continues its
brutal repression of its two million Jewish
citizens against a backdrop of growing
Soviet-sponsored anti-Semitic propaganda
on radio and television, in newspapers and in
periodicals.
Soviet Says
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Volume 59
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Number 44
By SUSAN BIRNBAUM
The Soviet Union might
consider sending rabbinical
candidates to the United
States for training and or-
dination in response to a
shortage of rabbis in the
USSR, Konstantin Khar-
chev, chairman of the Coun-
cil of Religious Affairs in the
USSR, told a press con-
ference here.
But such an arrangement, he
said, would depend on the
"climate between the two coun-
tries. As you know, relations bet-
ween our countries right now are
quite bad."
KHARCHEV. whose position in
the USSR is equivalent to that of
Minister of Religion, is visiting
the United States at the invitation
of the Appeal of Conscience Foun-
dation, an ecumenical coalition of
Jewish and Christian religious and
lay leaders, whose president is
Rabbi Arthur Shneier of the Park
East Synagogue in Manhattan.
This is the first time in the
history of the Soviet Union that
an individual holding such a high
religious ministerial position is
visiting the U.S. Kharchev's
12-day tour included Washington,
D.C. and Atlanta.
Addressing the press con-
ference at the Overseas Press
Club, Kharchev said the USSR is
moving in the direction of
democratizing government policy
toward religion. He said cheerful-
ly that he himself is "a non-
believer, a Communist" but that
nevertheless "I treat believers
with respect."
BUT THE Soviet official
became evasive or denunciatory
when he was pressed for specific
answers by the reporters about
the treatment of Jews in the
USSR. He denied any allegations
of mistreatment of Jews or Jewish
places of worship, and hewed to
the official Soviet line regarding
the proscription of religious study
and possession or religious books.
He professed to have no
knowledge of specific cases of
Jews who were being mistreated
or harassed.
Kharchev claimed that Soviet
law forbids religious study prior to
adulthood, the possession of more
than one religious book "brought
over international borders," and
forbids Soviet prisoners to have
religious books in their possession
"because they broke the law."
In answer to a question by the
Jewish Telegraphic Agency about
religious study and a reportedly
destroyed mikveh in the Marina
Roscha Synagogue in Moscow.
Kharchev appeared to become
angered, demanding to know
what the news sources were, and
denouncing persons in the West
who, he claimed, spread lies given
them by Soviet citizens.
KHARCHEV DID not answer
the JTA's.question of why Jewish
children cannot study Judaism or
Talmud, as they are mandated to
from the time they can read accor-
ding to the Jewish religion. Nor
did he answer the charge that
Jewish study groups are harassed.
Kharchev said he knew nothing
until today of the case of Piotr
(Pinchas) Polanski, a Moscow
refusenik who was formally warn-
ed to stop his activities, which
allegedly consisted of organizing
an unregistered religious com-
munity at the Marina Roscha
Synagogue, active participation in
Talmud study at the end of morn-
ing services, and the wearing of
yarmulkes by his guests.
Jonathan Wolf, a New York
teacher of Jewish studies who just
returned from the Soviet Union,
confronted point-by-point Khar-
chev's denials and evasions. Wolf
told Kharchev that Soviet Jews
"live in fear and harassment. The
freedom you talk about does not
exist."
WOLF PERSISTENTLY ask
ed why he had been denied entry
into a church by a policeman, why
Leningrad Hebrew teacher
Miriam Furman told him she was
unable to get dictionaries, and
why a group of students spending
the Sabbath with Leonid
(Elimelech) Rakhlin and his wife
Golda outside Leningrad B
January has been beaten up, two
of them seriously.
Wolf asked if the process of
democratization'* will affect this,
as well as members of study
groups who are harassed.
"I met people." answered Khar-
chev. "who paid $500 for those
who could bring such fairytales
from the Soviet Union. In tws
and other instances, he said,
"enemies of the Soviet State pro-
pagate lies."
When asked why the mikveh
(ritual bath) at the Manna Roscha
Synagogue had been destroy*
last week, during the ntfit. W
throwing in stones. Kharchev saw
alternately that the mikveh
constructed against the ''k
code" and that it wasn't true u*
the mikveh had been destroy*
He claimed that someone W "
could verify this.
HE SAID said that Polar**
should have spoken to the prope
authorities first about his stuoy
group, although he initially clajn
ed to not know anything about the
issue.
Kharchev. speaking about the
Marina Roscha Synagogue.
"You have the wrong inform*
tion. If I am right, you are wjj*
I never heard about it. VVe haven
plans to close any synagogue
the USSR."


In 'Night,' Nobel
Winner Wiesel
Probed Humanity
Friday, October 31, 1986/The Jewish Floridian Page 5-A
By ARTHUR J. MAGIDA
rotyrigkt Baltimort Jewish Time*
LulPublication Rights Rnerwd
He introduced himself to
I us in 1960 with Night, an ap-
propriate title for a personal
Uccount of that most im-
penetrable and eternally
unanswerable suspension of
humanity the Nazi con-
Icentration camps.
Elie Wiesel had entered
iBuchenwald in 1944. He was 16
Lars <*t All 12.000 Jews of his
loome town of Signet, in Tran-
[srivania near the Ukrainian
border, had been sent to the death
camps. The yi lung Wiesel watched
Huchenwald. His
- and a younger sister and
other relative- were killed at
I Auschwitz
WIESEL SURVIVED. With
[other Jewish "rphans. he was
Ishipped to France to become
Iwards of a French Jewish
I children's agency. He studied
philosophy at the Sorbonne. He
(studied and practiced
[asceticism He worked as a choir
Idirector. a Hebrew teacher, a
I journalist.
But all the time, there was a
jnight of the Holocaust inside him,
II night which became a book and a
I book which brought him out of a
I silence about that dark night of
Itbesoul known as the Third Reich.
Of Sight. Wiesel has said, "I
I wanted to show the end, the finali-
Ity of the event. Everything came
Itc an end history, literature,
Ireiigion, God. There was nothing
left- Since then, I have explored
ill kind* of options. To tell you
that I have found a new religion,
I that I believe no. I am still sear-
Idling. I am still exploring. I am
Hi protesting."
IN THE 28 years since we first
Iheard the voice of Elie Wiesel, he
has not ceased his searchings and
explorings and, especially, his pro-
tests. Determined that the
Holocaust and its searing, un-
quenchable lessons would not
be forgotten, his voice as been uni-
que, indefatigable, universal. He
has protested the treatment of
Soviet Jews, he has chaired the
United States Holocaust
Memorial Council. He has spurned
the pleas of Israelis, including
Golda Meir. to join them in Zion.
but he is a powerful voice for the
existence of Israel.
As President Reagan planned to
visit the Nazi cemetery in Bitburg
in West Germany last year, it was
Elie Wiesel who told him. "Mr.
President, that place is not your
place. Your place is with the vic-
tims of the SS."
Two weeks ago. Wiesel"s words
and moral courage were honored
by te Nobel Prize Committee. An-
nouncing that Wiesel would
receive the Peace Prize, the Nobel
committee saluted Wiesel as "a
messenger to mankind. His
message is one of peace, atone-
ment and human dignity. His
belief that the forces fighting evil
in the world can be victorious is a
hard-won belief."
HARD-WON. indeed. Since
1944, Wiesel has struggled with a
universe that makes little sense,
with a world whose bearings of
sense were dismantled by Hitler's
Germany more than four decades
ago. Certainty eludes him;
mystery pursues him.
"Nothing is clear to me,"
Wiesel has said. "Nothing is solv-
ed. Nothing is answered.
"All my work is a question
mark. My work does not contain
one single answer. It is always
questions, questions I always try
to deepen.
Continued on Page 13-A
Volumes Show His Voice, Vision, Soul
By ABRAHAM H. POXMAN
Three volumes contain not only
"the voice and the vision" of Elie
Wiesel but his Jewish heart and
soul. They are embodied in
"Against Silence: The Voice and
Vision of Elie Wiesel," edited by
Irving Abrahamson.
One must be grateful to Irving
Abrahamson for the apparent love
and diligence he devoted to the
gathering and editing of Wiesel's
words, whether to a worldwide
audience over television or in the
Abraham H. Foxman is
associate national director of
the Anti-Defamation -League of
B'nai B'rith.
most obscure of synagogues. He
must have worked like the most
pious of Orthodox Jews searching
through a many-roomed house for
every scrap and crumb of ehometz
as Passover approaches.
HIS LABORS resulted in a col-
lection which belongs in every
library private or public, Jewish
or non-Jewish. It includes
Wiesel's lectures, reviews, inter-
views, dialogues, forewords,
essays, comments on topical and
urgent matters and his own inter-
pretations of his works.
It also contains a complete
bibliography, alphabetically listed,
of his books, fiction and non-
fiction. While the anthology does
not pretend to be
autobiographical, and information
about Wiesel's life emerges only
Contained on Page 1S-A
Jerusalem-Based Volunteers Seek Halt
To Groimng Tendency Toward 'Yerida7
nBnBnB
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EEHH

*enda' is a cancer the government
WlH have to face sooner or later.
By BETTI I.IPM AN
Two Jerusalem-based
volunteer groups share a
mutual concern in combat-
ting the growing tendency
towards yerida (emigration
from Israel). Operating at
levels and in forums that dif-
fer from one another they
are nonetheless covering
the entire spectrum of
disillusioned Israelis and im-
migrants who are either
contemplating emigration
or already permanently
residing abroad.
Of the two, STAY (Society To
Arrest Yerida) is more narrow in
its sphere of activities Establish-
ed one-and-a-half years ago. its
work is confined almost entirely
to immigrants. Offering sym-
pathy, encouragement and sup-
port. STAY hopes to provide
renewed meaning to the waning
enthusiasm and ideals of disillu-
sioned immigrants.
Self-termed a "mutual resource
and support group," STAY'S
social gatherings and round-circle
encounter meetings attract im-
migrants from a variety of
backgrounds and cultures.
"Aliya's not a contradiction of
yerida, it is part of the same pro-
blem," maintains A viva Gavriel. a
member of STAY who plans to
spend some time in the States pro-
moting aliya.
RHODA ELLOWITZ, STAY'S
founder, believes that "life in
Israel is intentionally more dif-
ficult than in the Diaspora. I won't
change the minds of those who
prefer to live abroad; I'd rather
concentrate on those who want to
stay, working together to make
Israel a better place for ail of us,"
she asserts.
"Some members come requiring
help, others offer assistance." A
classic example, she cites, is that
of Elaine, sensitive, single and out
of work who, influenced by a
disgruntled family she met at
STAY meetings, was ready, albeit
unwillingly, to leave Israel. STAY
found her work and accommoda-
tion through their contacts and
now, says Rhoda, "We feel she
has a reasonable chance of making
it."
STAY's contacts are listed in a
Resource File that Rhoda has
established, and funds come from
them as well as from a Free Loan
Fund established by a voluntary
fund-raiser.
Home hospitality for Shabbmt
and festivals is a very important
aspect of the group's work, for
helping immigrants cross the bar-
rier and make contact with Israel
is is half the battle in countering
yerida. To this end, STAY also
organizes inter-cultural youth
groups to encourage socializing
between immigrant and Israeli
youngsters.
ELI (the Hebrew acronym for
Errachim Lem'niyat yerida
Citizens to Prevent Emigration) is
an officially authorized, apolitical
society founded in early 1981,
with a countrywide membership
comprising many well-known and
influential personalities.
Cultivating contacts with Israelis
living overseas and encouraging
them to return, ELI acts as
catalyst between the emigrants
and government bodies, exerting
unrelenting pressure on the latter
to recognize yerida as an urgent
national issue requiring im-
mediate attention.
"Yerida is a complex social
trend that the government will
have to face. It is a 'cancer' eating
its way through society, spreading
Continued on Page 14-A




Page 6-A The Jewish Floridian/Friday, October 31, 1986
$2.5 Billion in Arms
How They Were To Be Shipped Off To Iran
Continued from Page 1-A
the U.S. District Court in Manhat-
tan scheduled for last Monday
(Oct. 20), was postponed for a
week. In that hearing, a federal
judge was expected to rule on the
motion to dismiss the charges on
grounds of entrapment, pre-
judicial pretrial publicity and lack
of jurisdiction for the case in New
York.
Based on extensive interviews
with most of the defendants in
custody and on the 200 tapes
which the government has produc-
ed as evidence of the conspiracy,
Grand offered the following ac-
count of how the case emerged.
Cyrus Hashemi, the govern-
ment's informant and key witness
in the case who posed as an Ira-
nian arms buyer, first came to the
attention of U.S. officials when he
volunteered to help President
Jimmy Carter negotiate the
release of American hostages in
Tehran in 1980.
HASHEMI HAD a certain
credibility because he was the
cousin of the Speaker of the Ira-
nian Parliament, Hojatolislam
Hashemi Rafsanjani, a close aide
of Ayatollah Khomeini.
While in New York from
November, 1980 to January, 1981,
FBI surveillance of his office in
the city disclosed that "While
Hashemi was purporting to
negotiate the release of the
hostages, he, his two brothers
(Reza and Jamsheed) and others
were successfully transporting
American military equipment to
Iran in violation of American
law," Grand wrote in his affidavit.
The JJ.S. Department of Justice
secretly indicted Hashemi and his
two brothers in 1984. He was one
of the 10 most wanted arms smug-
glers in the United States. But he
never faced those charges because
he lived in London. In February of
this year, Hashemi returned to
the U.S. after he struck a deal
with the U.S. Attorney's office.
At that time, he agreed to act as a
government informant and ask
certain defendants to come to
America to do their negotiating.
IN 1985, Hashemi met Evans, a
London-based lawyer, and retain-
ed Evans to advise him on among
other matters, a joint venture
with Adnan Khashoggi a Saudi
Arabian arms dealer believed to
be one of the richest men in the
world.
Evans was Khashoggi's lawyer
for more than 10 years but
managed his financial affairs and
Two Arabs
Sentenced
TEL AVTV (JTA) Two
West Bank Arabs were sentenced
to life imprisonment by a military
court last Thursday (Oct. 23) for
the strangulation murder of an
Israeli soldier, 19-year-old David
Manos, in November 1984.
Mahmoud Karoush and Tewfik
Ibrahim Abdullah, both from Deir
Balach village in the West Bank,
were arrested in March, 1985
following a police investigation
that began when the missing
soldier's body was found. Accor-
ding to the prosecution, they kill-
ed Manos after giving him a lift in
their car near Ben-Gurion
Airport
Relatives of the murdered
soldier created a scene in court
when the sentence was pronounc-
ed. They screamed invectives at
the convicted men and struck one
in the head with a large rock.
Manos' family was angered ap-
parently because one member of
the three-judge panel who asked
for the death penalty was overrul-
ed by his colleagues.
not his arms deals. Khashoggi had
a separate marketing company
and legal counsel for the arms
trade.
The joint venture between
Khashoggi and Hashemi was aim-
ed at supplying, among other
things, arms to Iran for its war
with Iraq. Hashemi then asked
Evans to help him find suppliers
of American weapons for the Ira-
nian government. Evans asked
Nicos Minardos, now a co-
defendant in the case and a
business associate of Khashoggi's,
to help in the search for suppliers.
Minardos contacted the Israelis
named in the case Guri
Eisenberg and his father Israel
Eisenberg, retired Brig. Gen.
Avraham Bar-Am and William
Northrop, who claims he is related
by adoption to the Northrop
defense contractors and aircraft
manufacturing family.
The Eisenbergs and Bar Am
negotiated as a group with
Hashemi, and Northrop, a tem-
porary resident of Israel,
negotiated separately with
Hashemi for certain spare parts
which he had access to in his
business.
THE ISRAELIS offered to sell
items listed on an Israeli Ministry
of Defense Munitions List, a
catalogue of sorts of surplus
military equipment up for sale.
The list included American-made
weapons and spare parts.
In one tape, Evans told
Hashemi the Eisenbergs were of-
fering equipment on the Muni-
tions List under the belief that the
sales would be approved by the
U.S. government.
"The defendants repeatedly ex-
pressed their belief to Hashemi
that Israel would not commit
political and economic suicide by
selling this quantity of American-
made arms to Iran without prior
United States approval," Grand
wrote in his affidavit.
Evans also contacted two other
defendants in efforts to find sup-
pliers for Hashemi. Bernard
Veillot and John de la Roque,
although named in the indictment,
have not been arrested and are
thought to be living somewhere in
France today.
DE LA ROQUE told Evans he
was a U.S. Army Colonel, once af-
filiated with the Delta Force, a
top-secret anti-terrorism unit, and
said he was a long-time personal
friend of Gen. P.X. Kelley, com-
mandant of the U.S. Marine
Corps. Two U.S. Customs agents
working with Hashemi cor-
roborated de la Roque's military
background.
Veillot and de la Roque were
partners and told Hashemi that
they were taking orders from
Secretary of Defense Caspar
Weinberger and Kelley, according
to Grand's affidavit. Veillot told
Hashemi "the U.S. could not af-
ford for-this proposed transaction
to become publicly known."
Evans told Hashemi in
February that Veillot met with
Vice President George Bush's
aides in West Germany and had
received the approval to proceed
with the deal. On the tape, Evans
said "the long and short of it ac-
cording to (Veillot) is that the
green light now finally has been
given, that Bush is in favor,
(Secretary of State George) Shultz
against, but nevertheless they
are, they are willing to proceed."
IT IS UNCLEAR at exactly
what point Hashemi decided to
turn government informant, but it
appears to have happened shortly
after he met some of the defen-
dants but before the initial
meeting in Paris in December,
1985.
Hashemi also offered to
sweeten the deal with promises of
millions of dollars of profits for
the defendants and even promised
the Israeli defendants he would
make efforts to obtain the release
of four Israeli prisoners of war
assumed to be captives in
Lebanon. The Eisenbergs gave
the list to Evans and told him the
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Israeli government would go to
any length to obtain the prisoners
release.
In the affidavit. Grand ques-
tions the jurisdiction of the United
States courts in the case because
all of the defendants lived in
Europe or Israel and conducted all
their business in foreign
countries.
Grand asserts that the U.S.
government "manufactured"
jurisdiction by asking Hashemi to
come to New York and suggesting
he invite some of the defendants
for meetings in the United States,
with the intent to cause the defen-
dants to commit crimes on U.S.
soil.
Furthermore, once in New
York, Hashemi's phone lines were
tapped and the defendants who
never came to America were
nevertheless charged with using a
telephone to commit a crime.
EVANS AND the Israelis refus-
ed to come to the U.S. after Israel
intelligence warned them against
it, according to Grand's affidavit.
But they agreed to meet Hashemi
in Bermuda, and that is where
they were arrested in a
cooperative effort of the
American and Bermudian
governments.
Grand also states that pre-
judicial pretrial publicity would
make an impartial trial impossi-
ble, noting that on the day of the
arrests of the Bermuda five, U.S.
Attorney for the Southern
District Rudolph Giuliani and U.S.
Customs Commissioner William
Von Raab read a prepared state-
ment calling the accused the
"brokers of death."
The statement, which was pick-
ed up by all the major national
media, said the weapons would
have gone to terrorists, and the
arrest was a great victory in the
fight against terrorism.
Dr. Max Walter Reis assumed
tAe presidency of Technm-
Israel Institute of Technohm
in Haifa on Oct. I, succeedm
Prof. Josef Singer, who hat
served as president tinet 1981
A member of Technion's Inter-
national Board of Gm-ernm
and its Executive Committee
for many years, Dr. Reis hat
served as vice chairman of the
board since 1981, and has par-
ticipated on many Technwn
committees.
Israel, China
Ties Improve
JERUSALEM (JTA) Rela-
tions between Israel and the Peo-
ple's Republic of China continue
to improve, David Kimche. former
director-general of the Foreign
Ministry, told Maariv Friday. He
noted that progress can be record-
ed month by month.
"There is much in Israel which
interests China," Kimche stated.
"and therefore I am convinced
that we are headed in the right
direction with China: an emphasis
on economic ties, without an at-
tempt to make them conditional
on any sort of political
commitment."
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On 4 Bombing Counts
Aryan Nations Admirer Arrested
Friday, October 31, 1986/The Jewish Floridian Page 7-A
Continued from Page 1-A
custody several days prior to his
arrest after voluntarily offering to
testify to the bombings in ex
toon for their protection. In ad-
dition, three others associated
with the group have been arrested
on charges of counterfeiting:
Olive and Ed Hawley, a couple in
their 20's. and David Dorr, also in
his 20's. who was security chief
for the Aryan Nations.
The three were arrested by
United States Secret Service
agents. The Bureau of Alcohol.
Tobacco and Firearms reportedly
found weapons in Dorr's home.
Dorr's wife Debbie is spokesper-
son for the Aryan Nations.
Information on the arrests and
on the activities of the group was
obtained by the Jewish
Telegraphic Agency in telephone
interviews with the Anti-
Defamation League of B'nai
B'rith in Seattle, which monitors
the Pacific Northwest for anti-
Semitic and racist activities, with
the prosecuting attorney's office
in Coeur d'Alene. and with
sources in Coeur d'Alene who
have requested anonymity
because of threats made against
them.
THE 20-ACRE Aryan Nations
compound is owned by the Rev.
Richard Butler, a man in his 70's
who is a leader of both the Aryan
Nations and its relgious arm, the
Church of Jesus Christ Christian,
which ascribes to the Christian
Identity ideology that Anglo-
Saxon whites are the true "chosen
people" of Israel and that "Jews
are imposters who are the offspr-
ing of Satan through the line of
Cain."
Christian Identity adherents
recently picketed an exhibit of
Auschwitz artifacts on display at
the United Jewish Federation of
Tidewater. Virginia, which receiv-
ed bomb threats as well. Federal
officials ar<' also investigating
that incident.
The latest series of bombings
wasdesenU-i in Coeur d'Alene as
a "second phase" of The Order.
the violently racist. anti-Semitic
group that arose from the Aryan
Nations and whose "first phase"
supposedly ended last winter with
the sentencing in February of 10
of its meml*rs to prison" terms
from 40-100 years for a long
*nes of crimes that culminated in
uie murder f Jewish talk-show
JW Alan Berg in Denver in June,
DURING THE three-and-a-
"au-month-long trial, federal pro-
secutors accused The Order of
murder, rohhery. counterfeiting
M other crimes with the aim of
tilling Jews, deporting minorities
a establishing an all-white na-
tion. The suffest sentences were
given to those accused of the
murder of Berg and of a fellow
*i'te supremacist for allegedly
waning information about the
Poup. The defendants were refer-
* t0 as patriots" by one of
those sentenced, who warned that
b'ood will How."
AccordmgtoJTA sources in the
m2a,I ^<)rder haa vow** to
JJe the Pacific Northwest into
*" all-white bastion.
Coeur d'Alene, with an approx-
" Population of 20.000. is a
2"H town that has been describ-
5" .one of finest on earth."
Perfect town" very physical-
> beaut.fm, dependent on
KffnJTA,Ver mining and
bW li! A Purees said a hotel
22 that was purchased and
SfiS or a Ver* lar*e sum
Pt its developer on the Aryan Na-
m2. ,h,t ll8t" M "one of the 10
W u Iin town" He n't
KSi ^ther Wassmuth
^rtediy also has been described
48 a Jew. a "rabbi in disguise."
THERE ARE very few Jews in
Coeur d'Alene, most of them mar-
ried to non-Jews, and there are no
Jewish community buildings or
synagogues. The nearest Jewish
community is Spokane, about 35
miles to the west. There are also
very few blacks in the area. The
region has been an attraction to
these white supremacist, violently
anti-Semitic groups.
Local folk and businessmen in
Coeur d'Alene are very angered
by the racist threats that threaten
the peace of their otherwise placid
town, described as "a cancer that
is eating up the area."
Their hatred of racism and at-
tachment to the area spurred
them to organize an anti-racist
group, the Kootenai County Task
Force on Human Relations, which
is headed by Father Wassmuth.
Wassmuth's house was bombed
with a strong pipe bomb placed in-
side his front door that did not
damage the one room in which he

was at the time, talking on the
telephone.
THE TASK force organized a
five-and-a-half-hour human rights
rally in July to counter a two-day
Aryan Nations conference at the
compound, which drew about 167
sympathizers. The rally, about
1.000 strong, was organized to
"celebrate the ethnic, racial and
religious diversity of the Pacific
Northwest," rally organizers said.
The task force has been describ-
ed as "one of the most productive
grass-roots human rights
organizations in the country. It
has been instrumental in enacting
a harassment law making it a
felony in the state of Idaho to
harass a person because of race,
color, or religious belief.
Although the bomb scares and
other threats have frightened
many of the local residents,
sources say most don't plan to
leave, as the Aryan Nations want.
"If we leave, we lose."
CfCe&u&m&l/i
To ceUbrate the hundredth birthday of 'The Father of Israel,'
David Ben-Gurion, Israel has issued official State Medals in
bronze, silver and gold. All feature a profile portrait sculptured
by Duda Idelstein. On the reverse side is a menorah surrounded
by these historic words in English and Hebrew: 'We hereby
declare the establishment of a Jewish State in Eretz-Israel to be
known as the State of Israel.' The Ben-Gurion commemoratives
can be ordered now from the Israel Government Coins and Medals
Corporation.
You Are Cordially Invited To Attend
The Jose Marti Forest Park Inaugural Ball
Dedicated To The Establishment of
The 430,000 Tree Jose Marti Forest Park
In TheJudean Hills, Jerusalem
3&n. tytd<ievAtii Boutin
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1986
Grand Ballroom of the Omni Hotel
1601 Biscayne Boulevard. Miami
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MAYOR STEPHEN P. CLARK
MAYOR ISIDORO CUEVAS
MAYOR ALEX DAOUD
MAYOR RAUL MARTINEZ
MAYOR PEDRO REBOREDO
MAYOR DOROTHY THOMSON
Cocktails 6:30 P.M.
Dinner 8:00 P.M.
DR. AND MRS. HORACIO AGUIRRE
DR. AND MRS. LUIS BOTIFOL
MR. AND MRS. ZEV BUFMAN
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Xiomara Casado
Consul David Cohen
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Executive Vlce-Pret.
JNF of America
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Guarione Diaz
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Rolando Fernandez Padron
Fernando Figueredo
Martha Franchi de Diaz
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Luisa Garcia Toledo
Rafael Garcia. Toledo
Juan Garcia
Silvia Garcia Frutos
Virginia Godoy
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Jose Heres
Rabbi Barry J Konovich
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Juan Matalon
Nancy Perez Crespo
Jose J Poza
Comm. Abe Resnick
Norma Reboredo
Rosie Rivas
Luia Rodriguez
Julio Schniadoski
Rela Schniadoski
Gloria Sotolongo
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Nily Falic
Director
KKL Latin Division
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World Co Chairman
KKL Jerusalem
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PA
Has Earne
Senator Hawkins has written or sponsored many vital
pieces of legislation dealing with crucial Jewish
issues. She then spent her time and considerable
energy to making sure they were passed.
Are you aware of the true facts?
DID YOU KNOW THAT...
Senator Paula Hawkins was a co-sponsor of the Bill to move the American Embassy
from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem.
Senator Paula Hawkins Introduced legislation to create a program for increased
broadcasting to Soviet Jews through Radio Maccabee. A modified form of this was
passed in the 1985 Foreign Aid Bill.
Senator Paula Hawkins hand delivered a petition to the Russian Embassy on behalf
of Soviet Jewry.
Senator Paula Hawkins opened the "PLO TERRORISM EXHIBIT" at the B'nai B'rith
Building in Washington.
Senator Paula Hawkins was a sponsor of a Senate resolution calling for the
International Red Cross to recognize the Magen David Adorn.
Senator Paula Hawkins is one of the five Senate members of the "Holocaust
Memorial Council".
Senator Paula Hawkins was the deciding vote in Committee to make sure that U.S.
aid to Israel never falls below Israel's annual debt repayment owed to the United
States.
Senator Paula Hawkins was honored with Awards and endorsements from the
following major Jewish Organizations:
ISRAEL MEDAL OF PEACE
LION OF JUDAH
TREE OF LIFE AWARD
ALBERT EINSTEIN COLLEGE OF MEDICINE
NATIONAL JEWISH COALITION
STATE OF ISRAEL BONDS.

Paula Hawkins" great committment to Jewish interests was illustrated
by her actions, when at political risk to herself she was critical of the
administration when she thought it necessary.
A FEW EXAMPLES:
She was highly critical of the Presidents visit to Bitburg.
She led the fight against military shipments to Jordan and
Saudi Arabia.

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Senator Paula Hawkins has been the most productive freshman Senator ii
SHE HAS WRITTEN OR SPONSORED 32 BILLS OR AMENDMENTS WHICH HAVE BECOI
DID YOU that SENATOR HAWKINS HAS AUTHORED AND SPONSORED
KNOW? VITAL LEGISLATION ON BEHALF OF SENIOR CITIZENS AND WOMEN
OLDER AMERICANS ACT
m order to keep faith with Florida's $onkx citizens. Senator Hawkins authored a successful amendment to restore cost-of-iMna
adjustments to Social Security recipients (in 1985).
JOSS TRAINING PARTNERSHIP ACT
This legislation which directs 70% of Federal employment funds to Job training includes many provisions she authored to give
Important consideration to older citizens and women as well as funding assistance for day care for the children of trainees
TAX CREDITS FOR DAY CARE
Senator Hawkins co-sponsored an amendment which increased the tax credit which could be claimed by parents of children in
day care facilities and extended that coverage to adults supporting older dependents
DID YOU
KNOW?
"DIPLOMACY At
Senator Hawkins mw
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PAID POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT
You Must Conclude
LA HAWKINS
ur Support
Latest polls show
her finally taking the lead
in the election. Gannett's
newest state poll gives Paula
48% to her opponents 40%.
REMEMBER
YOUR GOOD FRIEND!
DON'T LET HER DOWN!
Senator
Paula Hawkins
has shown she has great
influence in the White House.
We need her continued influence
there on issues such as Soviet Jewry
and the Mid-East.
She will be an important
influence In the Republican
Administration for at least
two more years.
NATIONAL AND COMMUNITY LEADERS ACKNOWLEDGE
SENATOR HAWKINS' VITAL ROLE ON BEHALF OF JEWISH
INTERESTS.
Senator Paulo Hawkins has been an indispensable leader in the Senate for Jewish concerns She has led the fight
in support of Jews worldwide and for the State of Israel We must retain her leadership in the Senate as it is of vital
significance to Jewish interests "
MAX FISCHER Honorary Chairman, National Jewish Coalition
Senator Paula Hawkins has been the hardest working Senotor on Jewish issues such as Israel. Soviet Jewry and the
Holocaust Memorial It is of major importance to the Jewish community that she returns to the Senate for another
six years."
RUDY BOSCHWITZ U.S. Senator from Minnesota
"Whenever the Jewish community has had on/ issue of concern be it Soviet Jewry. Ethiopian Jewry or Israel. Paula
Hawkins has been there as a leader in the fight."
ARLEN SPECTER U.S. Senator from Pennsylvania
"As a freshman Senator. Paula Hawkins voted against the sale of AWACS to Saudi Arabia in spite of intensive
pressures and has consistently opposed arms sales to States that refuse to make peace with Israel "
HERBERT D. KATZ Community and National Leader
"Thank you dear Senator for your friendship and understanding which you have demonstrated with so great a
civic courage "
MENACHEM BEGIN Former Prime Minister
been the most
forests in the Senate."
ELIE WIESEL
"Throughout her distinguished public life. Pduld
Hdwkins h forms of bigotry. Paula Hawkins appreciates the State
of Israel as a vigorous fellow-democracy and
important strategic ally "
JEANE KIRKPATRICK
Senator Hawkins is warmly greeted by Prime Minister
Perez on one of her visits to Israel
rtory.
IBUC LAW!
"Paula Hawkins was most Instrumental in winning Senate approval of appropriations for
Operation Moses. She proved to be a tough effective fighter."
RICHARD KRIEGER Head of U.S. Holocaust Council
[HAT SENATOR HAWKINS HAS BEEN THE SENATE LEADER IN
* FIGHT AGAINST CHILD ABUSE AND DRUG TRAFFICKING
^"AMENDMENT
:Jssed the Diplomacy Against Drugs Act which for the first time, links U.S. foreign old to drug
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r*1 me fight ogolnst drugs
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JJJ Additional measures that she has sponsored established the National Center for Missing
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^JWkms has led a careful examination of numerous critical Federal programs and has sought
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BE AWARE!
Some may tell you that Bob Graham will be
just as good as Paula on our issues. However,
Bob Grahgm's family owns and operates the
Washington Post, a newspaper that has been
constantly critical of Israel and the U.S. Israel
relationship, a newspaper no Jew considers his
friend. Graham's obligations to his family and
sources of campaign financing means he can-
not be as loyal on Israel as Paula Hawkins. Her
voting record is 100% since she entered the
Senate.
Loyalty And Untiring Devotion In Support Of Jewish Interests.
te Jewish people, Paula has proven she is the one WE CAN TRUST!
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Page 1(KA The Jewish Floridian/Friday, October 31, 1986
Leukemia Victim
His Family Will Emigrate Now
Refusenik Goldfarb Trades Talk
With New York's Mayor Koch
By SUSAN BIRNBAUM
WASHINGTON (JTA)
The family of an Israeli
leukemia victim will be
allowed to leave the Soviet
Union immediately as a
result of the efforts of Sen.
Edward Kennedy (D.,
Mass.) and Israel's Am-
bassador to the United Na-
tions Binyamin Netanyahu.
The Soviet Embassy in
Washington informed Kennedy's
office there last Friday that
Viktor and Inessa Flerov of
Moscow and their two daughters.
Danya. 7, and Mariana, 5. can
leave for Israel any time they are
ready to do so. Inessa's brother,
Michael Shirman. who emigrated
from the Soviet Union to Israel in
1980, is in the last stages of
leukemia. The only real chance for
his survival rests on a possible
bone-marrow transplant from In-
essa, his only sibling.
Linnas' Asylum
Plea Rejected
STOCKHOLM (JTA) The
Swedish government has rejected
a request for political asylum
made by Karl Linnas, the former
chief of the Nazi concentration
camp at Tartu, Estonia, who is
facing deportation from the
United States, the World Jewish
Congress reported here.
Representatives of Swedish
Jewry had expressed concern
recently over reports in the
Stockholm press that the govern-
ment had received an asylum re-
quest from Linnas. The U.S.
Department of State ruled last
year that Linnas was ineligible for
asylum in the United States.
Georg Andersson, Sweden's
Minister of Immigration, in
disclosing his government's deci-
sion last Thursday, stated that
materials provided by the U.S.
government showed that
American courts "have conducted
extensive inquiries which proved
that Linnas had a leading role in
Nazi concentration camps."
Noting that "war crimes cannot
be compared to any other kind of
criminal activity," Andersson
declared that the Swedish govern-
ment wanted it understood that
"Sweden will not and cannot
become a haven for war
criminals."
Linnas, 67, is currently in
federal custody in New York, pen-
ding a U.S. Supreme Court deci-
sion on his petition for review of a
May 8 decision of the U.S. Second
Circuit Court of Appeals approv-
ing his deportation to the Soviet
Union.
POC Magarik
Brutally Beaten
NEW YORK (JTA) Jewish
Prisoner of Conscience Aleksei
Magarik has been brutally beaten
at the Oochrezchgemiye labor
camp where he is serving a three-
year sentence on trumped-up
charges of "drug possession," ac-
cording to the Coalition to Free
Soviet Jews.
AJeksei's wife, Natalia, was per-
mitted a short meeting with her
husband who told her that upon
his arrival he was asked to join the
internal police. When he refused
he was warned by the camp
manager that he would "regret
his decision."
He was then placed with the
most dangerous prisoners who
had been told that Aleksei is an
enemy of the regime.
CHRISTA KULJIAN, a
foreign policy aide to Kennedy,
told the Jewish Telegraphic Agen-
cy that Yuri Dubinin, the Soviet
Ambassador to the United States,
had intervened to expedite the
Flerov's departure in response to
an Oct. 17 letter from Kennedy in
which the Senator prodded the en-
voy to help the Flerovs leave as
soon as possible.
At the same time, Eyal Arad,
Israel's United Nations
spokesperson, also said that the
Flerovs' permission to depart had
been hastened through the in-
tevention of Netanyahu through
the offices of UN Secretary
General Javier Perez de Cuellar.
Netanyahu called on the UN
chief after meeting with Shirman
on Oct. 17, immediately after
Shirman was notified, during a
press conference in New York,
that the entire Flerov family had
received permission to leave the
USSR. What was not clear at that
time was how soon they could
leave and Shirman pointed out,
time was of the essence.
ARAD TOLD the JTA that
Perez de Cuellar called Vladimir
Petrovsky, Deputy Foreign
Minister of the USSR who is in
charge of all international
organizations and works with the
Soviet UN Mission. According to
Arad, Petrovsky told Netanyahu
he wasn't aware of the details of
the case, and Netanyahu gave him
a memorandum with all informa-
tion on the Flerovs' efforts to
leave.
Last Friday a week later
Perez de Cuellar got a phone call
from Alexander Belonogov, the
Soviet Ambassador to the UN. in
which Belonogov told Perez de
Cuellar that he had received a
message from Moscow that the
Flerovs could leave immediately.
Shirman, who returned to Israel
last Thursday after visiting the
U.S. for a week to campaign for
exit visas for the Flerovs, had
repeatedly told his sister not to
leave without her entire family,
saying she might possibly be
separated from her husband
despite Soviet assurance that he
could emigrate after clearing up
necessary paperwork.
The paperwork included
vouchers that the Flerovs had not
rented any equipment or ap-
pliances from any government
agencies and they they did not
owe any money. The latest
assurances by Soviet officials that
the family could leave together ap-
pear to have cleared the last
bureaucratic hurdles.
NEW YORK His
telephone at the Columbia
Presbyterian Medical
Center has been ringing off
the hook since refusenik
David Goldfarb was brought
there two weeks ago after
arriving from the Soviet
Union on Armand Ham-
mer's jet.
But the National Conference on
Soviet Jewry thought that Mayor
Koch might like to greet Goldfarb,
so, accompanied by NCSJ Chair-
man Morris B. Abram, the mayor
spent a lively half-hour with the
hero who lost a leg at Stalingrad
but won the battle of nerves with
the KGB.
The Mayor and Abram arrived
at the hospital to find Goldfarb
looking remarkably fit, despite his
recent ordeal, during which he
was denied proper medical atten-
tion for a series of serious
illnesses.
DESPITE THE presence dur-
ing the visit of media journalists,
the mayor assumed the role of
"reporter," firing questions at
Goldfarb almost non-stop.
Responding, Goldfarb re-
counted the chilling story of his
arrest on trumped up "spy"
charges, his interrogation by the
KGB, and the attempt to get him
to betray journalist Nick Daniloff.
"Were you afraid during the in-
terrogation?" the mayor asked
"No," Goldfarb replied. "I had
nothing to be afraid of. I had done
nothing wrong."
Goldfarb spoke also of his
release from the Soviet Union. He
had refused to leave without his
wife, Cecilia. He noted that his
daughter remains there, and vow-
ed to work to get her, and
thousands of others out.
ABRAM mentioned the long
struggle of Goldfarb's son. Alex-
andr, to obtain his family's release
from the Soviet Union." Alexandr
received support from the NCSJ
during the ordeal. The NCSJ also
facilitated Alexandr's presence in
Iceland during the Reagan-
Gorbachev meetings.
Responding to the mention of
Alexandr, the mayor asked
Goldfarb, "is he a good boy?"
The father answered in the af-
firmative. Then the mayor asked
what the word is for "courage" in
Russian. When told, he pronounc-
ed the Russian word several
times, then its English equivalent.
"Courage," he exclaimed, looking
at David Goldfarb. "You've got
it!"
Second Term
COLUMBUS (JTA) -
Miriam Yenkin has been elected to
a second term as president of the
Columbus Jewish Federation,
which is celebrating its 60th
anniversary.
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Anti-Paramilitary Laws
Said To Deter
Training in 14 States
Friday, October 31, 1986/The Jewish Floridian Page 11-A
ATLANTA Anti-
oaramilitary training laws,
Adopted in 14 states in the
^ six years, have had a
deterrent effect on violence-
prone extremist hate groups
and have resulted in suc-
cessful prosecutions, accor-
ding to a report issued by
the Anti-Defamation
League of B'nai B'rith.
The laws, which are based on an
ADL model statute which bans
Ijramiljtary training aimed at
provoking civil disorder, were
enacted in four states this year -
Arkansas. Illinois. Michigan and
Nebraska.
Michael E. Schultz, chairman of
ADL's Civil Rights Committee.
made the report public at a ses-
sion of the agency's National Ex-
ecutive Committe meeting here at
the Hyatt Regency Hotel this
week Thursday through Sunday.
HE LISTED the ten other
states which have passed similar
statutes as California, Colorado.
Connecticut. Florida, Missouri.
New Jersey. North Carolina.
Oregon. Pennsylvania and Rhode
Island.
In Missouri, according to the
report, the enactment of an anti-
paramilitary training statute in
1984 has forced the Christian
Patriots Defense League, an ex-
tremist survivalist group, to
eliminate weapons training from
its meetings. For several years
the CPDL had offered instruction
in fighting with guns and knives,
demolition, camouflage and even
anti-aircraft and anti-tank
weaponry.
In Florida, the first jury convic-
tions of violators of a state law
banning paramilitary training
were obtained this spring. Four
members of the Ku Klux Klan
were convicted of training with
firearms for terrorist acts against
minorities.
INCLUDED in the charges
brought against them was par-
ticipation in instruction to make
incendiary devices with intent to
engage in civil disorder.
In North Carolina. Glenn Miller.
the leader of the White Patriot
Party, an armed racist group, was
convicted earlier this year for
violating a federal court order
tanning operation of an illegal
paramilitary organization.
The court order, handed down
in 1985, prohibited the organiza-
tion from taking actions that
would violate North Carolina's
1981 anti-paramilitary training
statute. At Miller's trial.
witnesses testified that his group
stockpiled weapons and conducted
maneuvers aimed at "overthrow-
ing" the U.S. government.
In Nebraska, passage of an anti-
paramilitary training law came
last March during the trial of
members of a heavily armed cult-
like group with links to the ex-
tremist paramilitary organization
known as Posse Comitatus. The
defendants were charged with
murder and torture in the deaths
of two persons. Last year a cache
of arms was found on the group's
compound in the southeastern
Nebraska community of Ruin.
SCHULTZ SAID the violent in-
cidents in Nebraska and other
states reflect a trend in recent
years for racist organizations
"most prone to violence to become
predominant in their respective
movements supplanting older and
more moderate groups."
The extremist groups'
paramilitary training activities,
according the the ADL report,
have typically involved instruction
in weapons handling, demolition
and guerrilla warfare strategy
with "combat" training in-
terspersed with indoctrination of
hatred and totalitarian ideology.
The paramilitary training
classes are conducted "in prepara-
tion for anticipated civil strife, the
rationale being the visit of a com-
ing race war," according to the
League's report.
The proliferation of
paramilitary training centers was
documented in a 1980 ADL report
which cited training camps in
Alabama, California, Connecticut,
Illinois, North Carolina and
Texas.
OPERATORS of these camps,
the League pointed out, claim
their activities are "defense" or
"survival" training courses. "But
regardless of the label applied."
the report went on. "it is clear
that armed racists, pathological
enemies of blacks. Jews, im-
migrants and other minority
groups are engaged in
paramilitary training for guerrilla
warfare and against their pur-
ported adversaries."
The report was prepared by the
Legal Affairs Department of the
League's Civil Rights Division.
Jewish Attacks, Reprisals
Raised Tensions During Sukkoth
By DAVID LANDAU
And GIL SEDAN
JERUSALEM (JTA) Arab
^rrorist attacks and apparent
reprisals by Jewish militants rais-
M tension in Israel and the ad-
ministered territories during the
Sukkoth festival.
Three Jews were arrested for
*"*edly assaulting two Arab
^illation workers in Bat Yam.
Jth of Tel Aviv. One was releas-
Lk 1uestioning- Another
Arab street cleaner was slightly
ounded by a knife attack in
Ashdod. and police are in-
^tigatmg to determine if Jews
*"e involved. They are also in-
stigating suspected arson at an
school in Acre recently.
ill71)! *Jrab ***>" of attacks are
residents of the Gaza Strip
2!7W(: Jews from Ashkelon
w re fatally stabbed in recent
flaJT Anti-Arab sentiments
*d anew after the grenade at
* on Israeli soldiers and their
nicf> killed one man and wound-
ed 69 soldiers and civilians.
Leaflets hailing the grenade at-
tack and the downing of an Israel
Air Force Phantom jet over south
Lebanon were distributed in
several towns in the West Bank.
Border police dispersed rock-
throwing students in Rafah in the
southern Gaza Strip. School
children burned tires and blocked
roads near Rafah. Palestinian
youths stoned Israeli vehicles near
Nablus.
Ultra-rightwing Jews who call
themselves the "Temple Mount
Faithful" visited the Temple
Mount in groups of seven, under
the watchful eyes of police. It was
the first time in many years that
Jewish militants were allowed on
the Temple Mount, site of Islamic
shrines. They were not permitted
to worship there or to carry
lulavs.
The visit was without incident,
but tension was evident as the
"Faithful" were regarded with
extreme suspicion by Moslem
worshippers.
Batya Bash (center), the 1,000th patient to be
treated for kidney stones with the Hadassah
University Hospital's lithotripter, is up and
about just two days after the non-surgical pro-
cedure which utilizes electrically-generated
shock waves to disintegrate kidney stones in-
side the body. With her are Dr. Dov Podeh,
head of the lithotripter unit, and Dr. Zvi
Lankowsky of the Hospital's Urology Depart-
ment in Jerusalem.
Israeli Agents
Did They Kidnap Ex-Dimona Tech?
By HUGH ORGEL
TEL AVIV (JTA) An
Anglican priest from Australia
implied at a press conference in
East Jerusalem Sunday that
Israeli agents may have kidnap-
ped Mordechai Vanunu, a one-
time technician at the Dimona
nuclear facility who told the press
that Israel has a stockpile of
nuclear bombs.
The Rev. John McKnight. who
said he converted Vanunu to the
Christian faith shortly after the
Israeli arrived in Australia last
May. made no specific charge.
HE TOLD reporters at the
American Colony Hostel that he
has completely reliable informa-
tion that Vanunu had been
brought to Israel from London
"not of his free will" and is
presently in prison somewhere in
Israel. Israeli officials would
neither confirm nor deny this
allegation.
McKnight declined to identify
the source of his information. He
said he had no reply to his request
to the Prime Minister's Office that
he be allowed to meet with
Vanunu where he is allegedly be-
ing held in order to offer him per-
sonal and legal aid from the
Anglican Church in Australia.
McKnight told Israel Radio
earlier that he had last spoken to
Vanunu in London on Sept. 30.
the day before he disappeared.
Vanunu gave details to a British
newspaper of a purported Israeli
nuclear arsenal at Dimona where
he had been employed for several
years in a technical capacity. He
said he acted out of ideological
reasons.
Jurgis Juodis Dead
ST. PETERSBURG (JTA) -
Jurgis Juodis, a Lithuanian im-
migrant charged by the U.S.
Department of Justice with com-
plicity in Nazi atrocities commit-
ted in Lithuania and Byelorussia
during World War II, has died
here at age 75. the World Jewish
Congress reported. Juodis. whose
denaturalization trial was ex-
pected to take place next year,
died last Thursday (Oct. 23), of
cancer at Palms of Pasadena
Hospital.
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Australian Parliament Overturns
'75 UN Resolution on Zionism
MELBOURNE (JTA)
The Australian Parlia-
ment has voted to overturn
the 1975 United Nations
resolution which equated
Zionism with racism. In a
resolution which gained sup-
S>rt from all parties in the
ouse of Representatives
and the Senate, the UN
resolution was denounced as
an obstacle to peace in the
Middle East. Israeli leaders
hailed the Parliament's
action.
Prime Minister Bob Hawke said
the government supported efforts
to overturn Resolution 3379
because it had done "very real
damage to the relations between
states." Hawke said that suc-
cessive Australian government
had regarded the anti-Zionist
move as unacceptable.
APART FROM the United
States. Australia is understood to
be the only other nation to have
formally condemned UN Resolu-
tion 3379 in such forthright terms
through the full force of its na-
tional legislative process.
Law Change Okayed
BONN (JTA) The
Bundestat has approved a change
in laws dealing with State pen-
sions and welfare which will ac-
cord victims of Nazi persecution
the same status as other pen
sioneers.
The action taken in Parliament
last Thursday follows a year-long
lobbying campaign undertaken by
the Zionist Federation of
Australia as part of the wider In-
ternational campaign to have the
UN resolution rescinded.
The president of the Zionist
Federation, Mark Leibler, hailed
the Australian Parliamentary in-
itiative as "a breakthrough of in-
ternational significance which
will, it is hoped, set an example to
other democratic parliaments."
LEIBLER particularly welcom-
ed the role played by Australian
Foreign Minister Bill Hayden,
who had undertaken the task of
developing the language of the
Parliamentary resolution and
guiding it through both
legislatures where it was accepted
without dissent.
The text of the resolution
stated:
"This house resolves that
United Nations General Assembly
Resolution 3379 which equates
Zionism with racism: Has been
unhelpful in the context of the
search for a settlement in the Mid-
dle East; Is inconsistent with the
Charter of the United Nations:
Remains unacceptable as a
misrepresentation of Zionism;
Has served to escalate religious
animosity and incite anti-
Semitism. This House recom-
mends that the government of
Australia lend support to efforts
to overturn Resolution 3379 in the
United Nations."
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His Quest for Peace Continues
Friday, October 31, 1986/The Jewish Floridian Page 13-A
Continued from Page 5-A
.ij enVy those scholars and
thinkers who pride themselves on
Srstanding the tragedy of the
Holocaust in terms of an entire
wople I mvself have not yet suc-
ked in explaining the tragedy
of a single one of its sons."
FOB YEARS. Wiesel had said
!ht he would not bring a child of
disown into this world. In the late
1960s, tough, he became "more
optimistic towards the Jews, but
not towards the world. I think
Jews have certain secrets of sur-
vival wich we are trying to share
with others."
When his son. Shlomo, was born
m 1973. Wiesel said. "It is im-
possible that 3.500 years (of
Jewish lineage) should end with
me. so I took these 3,500 years
and put them on the shoulders of
this little child. It took me some
time to realize the outrageous
courage that it takes to have a
child today "
Perhaps it takes no more
courage to father a child in our
world than it does for Wiesel to
constantly attempt to fathom his
years in Buchenwald. to com-
prehend his losses and
transmogrify them into vehicles
Elie Wiesel
to become, as the Nobel Prize
committee said, "one of the most
important spiritual leaders and
guides in an age when violence,
repression and racism
characterize the world."
STRANGELY, as Wiesel has
admitted, when he contemplates
the Holocaust, the central event
of his life, he feels "no pain."
"I am still baffled and
New Volumes Show Wiesel:
His Voice, His Vision and Soul
Continued froa Page 5-A
in fragmentary form, a portrait is
evoked of a personality represen-
tative not only of the victims and
survivors of the Holocaust but of
Judaism itself.
Like the patriarchs and pro-
phets, Wiesel dares to confront
and question God. He writes,
"There are no answers to true
questions There are only good
questions, sometimes painful,
sometimes exuberant. All I have
learned in life is questions, and
whatever I have tried to share
with friends is questions."
To Wiesel. the Jew is "the great
questioner." Among the many ex-
amples in the Jewish past, he cites
Abraham questioning his father,
Terah, about idols and Moses
demanding of Pharaoh. "How can
you loll children?"
NO WONDER then that this
amtly man confronted President
gan. as the Prophet Nathan
in King David, about the proprie-
ty of the Presidential visit to SS
?fves at Bitburg. With Wiesel.
Wain themes always emerge.
frxwnate the Holocaust, of
Nurse, but also words, the mean
1B* of silence, Judaism,
Jewishness. Israel. anti-Semitism.
Wiesel is the voice of the
"owaust, and though he has suc-
!*ded m depicting it with greater
My and definition than all who
" tried, he feels inadequate
***** "Auschwitz defies the
[gist's language, the
"""I analysis, the vision of
w prophet."
He writes: We question today
w.iuL* such crime8 *"<* horrors
^d have been committed ... we
" never know why. All ques-
* Pertaining to Auschwitz lead
"anguish."
PPs'te. silence.
He says that he is "against
JWi. and then in another con
SS^ntradicts himself by
kS er.eTthing that has to
00 with writing is sacred."
But his love for words is ap-
KM Cannot to hidden he
vev ,k ^?,m to Wta* to con-
wiftT T ""^ of h meaning
J"conc.se clarity. Words are to
ireasured quoted and above
" r*nembered.
He also has s special affinity for
silence. It has s profound meaning
for him. The Holocaust survivors
chose silence, he said, because
they felt inadequate to the task of
communicating "with language
that eludes language." When he
went to the Soviet Union, he
described the community he found
as the "Jews of silence," but it
was silence on the verge of
eruption.
THROUGH HIM silence has a
voice, resonating with the absence
of God and the presence of the
6,000,000 slaughtered by the
Nazis.
His pride in Judaism and
Jewishness reverberates. His
references to his Chassidic
childhood, his early studies of
Judaic lore, are bathed in warmth.
He finds it "maddening that
Jewish writers have to justify
themselves for writing about Jews
and Jewish themes," while no one
questions why Faulkner for exam-
ple, wrote about the South. He
writes about the Jewish people
with exultation as "a people of
history'' among whom
"everything is connected. Words
spoken 8.000 years ago affect us
today."
And: "Alone a Jew is nothing;
with other Jews he is a force
because automatically he inherits
all the strengths and all the tears,
all the despairs and all the joys of
his ancestors."
Thus, there are depths beyond
depths in his sentences and
paragraphs.
HE PROBES the Jewish heart
and soul and challenges the
world's morality and ethical stan-
dards and practices.
More than an author, he is a
teacher without rabbinical ordina-
tion, teaching Judaism to our
generation and those to come.
In this book, Wiesel speaks to
the reader with frank simplicity of
the causes and events that con-
cern and involve him. It is not s
collection to be skimmed nor to be
read in a few sittings but one into
which one plunges as deeply as
one can in order to ponder, to
have one's mind cleared and
refreshed and to be reinspired
with one's heritage and one's
place in Hfe's eternal struggle.
bewildered .," he has said.
"Sometimes I feel remorse. But
mainly I feel a gratitude for hav-
ing lived through such a great and
profound mystery.
"How could so few do so much
to many? How did the victims re-
main human during and after the
experience?
"And when I think of them, I
cannot but feel privileged and full
of gratitude, because there is a
certain lesson involved that
generosity survives cruelty, that
man survives the murdered."
HAVING SURVIVED. Wiesel
pursues the murderers, wherever
they may be. In 1974. he protested
the terrorist murders of school
children in the Israeli village of
Maalot by demanding that "Now
this time we must succeed in
shaking mankind's indifference.
"How much sorrow and shame
can one generation endure?
"Will we again turn away and
forget?"
In 1979. Wiesel protested the
world's treatment of Cambodian
refugees by going to Thailand's
border with Cambodia "because
nobody came when I was there (in
the concentration camps)."
In September, 1982, when he
learned of the massacre in the
Palestinian West Beirut refugee
camps of Sabra and Shatila,
Wiesel said it was his "worst and
darkest" Rosh Hoshanah since
the end of World War Two.
"Almost disarmed," he felt "in-
commensurate sadness."
"A gesture is needed" from the
Jews, he said. "Perhaps we ought
to proclaim s day of fasting, sure-
ly s day of taking stock."
AND LONG before the cause of
Soviet Jewry had enlisted the aid
of millions of citizens in the West
and s score of statesmen, Wiesel
traveled to the Soviet Union to be
with and to write about his
fellow Jews. After returning from
the USSR in 1967.-he said the
"crucial question is wheter we,
Jews who live in free countries,
are worthy of (Soviet Jews')
courage and faith."
Fifteen years later, noting U.S.
quiescence about Soviet Jews,
Wiesel said, "It is our responsibili-
ty, and ours alone, to ensure that
their hope does not fade and die as
they wait in darkness."
Dr. Menachem Fishbein of the Jerusalem College of Technology
fine-tunes the new 'black box' traffic monitor developed by a team
ofJCT engineers and scientists which is currently being tested by
Israeli police on the country's highways. Mounted on a pair of
tO-fl.-high poles at the side of the road, the system uses
sophisticated infra-red electro-optics technology to provide police
with a computerized print-out of each passing car, its speed and
the distance between it and the car in front of it.
As he has waged his quest,
Wiesel has become, perhaps more
wise and definitely more
modest. His youthful ambitions
were grandiose and sweeping; his
adult vision has become not more
constricted, but more simple.
"WHEN I was young," Wiesel
has said, "I believed ferevently in
the coming of the Messiah. I
believed that every child could be
one or help to become one. Today,
I am less ambitious. To save the
life of one child, one person is
enough."
One cannot say with any cer-
tainty that Elie Wiesel has saved a
single life. But one can say that he
has opened the eyes of the morally
blind, that he has given hearing to
the morally deaf, that he a sur-
vivor of the Holocaust has used
the Holocaust as a weapon against
complacency and hate. Elie
Wiesel has defied the death
machinery of the Third Reich to
embrace almost as a silent,
vigorous taunt in the direction of
Hitler's bunker the possibility
that our world can be bettered,
that we need not stumble into the
mindless slaughters that the Third
Reich portended.
"To save the life of one child,
one person, is enough."
Yes, and to redeem oneself
and one's world from the abyss
of night is also enough.
Lavi Figures Called 'Accurate'
TEL AVIV (JTA) A Congressional committee has
found "extremely accurate" Israel's estimates of the costs
of the Lavi, its second generation jet combat plane, Israel
Radio reported from Washington last Wednesday (Oct.22).
THE ISRAELI FIGURES differ sharply from
estimates by the Pentagon which found that the production
costs to be borne mainly by the U.S. were excessive.
The dispute over costs has held up the project. Israeli
officials said the Americans based their higher figures on
salaries and other expenses prevailing in the U.S. which
greatly exceed production and wage levels in Israel.
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Page 14-A The Jewish Floridian/Friday, October 31, 1986
'Yerida'
New Attempt To End Emigration
Continued from Page 5-A
as the economic situation
deteriorates, and it is up to the
government ministries to cure the
sickness," contends ELI chair-
man Shmuel Lahis.
Lahis goes on to explain:
"Recession and unemployment
usually lead to yerida. Therefore,
yerida must be curbed at source:
by providing low rental housing
and employment opportunities to
demobilized soldiers and young
couples; by granting them loans
and tax concessions and by
strengthening Jewish-Zionist
identity through education and
media programs.
This reasoning reflects the
guiding principles and motivation
of ELI. It is what impelled Shmuel
Lahis to found the volunteer
organization upon his return from
a government-sponsored mission
to examine the facts regarding the
thousands of Israeli emigrants
residing in the United States.
That direct confrontation with the
situation in its true and perturb-
ing dimensions was a devastating
revelation for the director general
of the Jewish Agency, as Lahis
was then.
HE WAS horrified to see,
amongst the young ex-Israelis,
former senior IDF officers work-
ing for appallingly low pay at
anything that came their way.
Lack of cheap accommodation and
employment compatible with their
qualifications had compelled them
to leave Israel in search of better
opportunities. And now, having
failed to realize their hopes, they
are ashamed to return.
Another disturbing aspect of
the emigrant scene for Lahis was
that of the children of yordim. At-
tending regular public schools,
where they receive no Jewish,
Hebrew or Zionist education and
with nothing to fortify their at-
tachment to or pride in Jewish
and Zionist tradition and values,
their inevitable alienation and
ultimate assimilation is a real and
frightening prospect.
Convinced that the yordim -
whose numbers he estimated at
half a million were a top priori-
ty problem, Lahis recorded his fin-
dings, adding recommendations,
in a comprehensive report submit-
ted on his return to Israel. Unhap-
py with the reaction to his report
and realizing that, in his position
as Jewish Agency director general
he would not be able to campaign
for implementation of its pro-
posals at government level, he
chose to resign. He would carry on
the struggle for recognition of
yerida as a burning issue in the
capacity of a private citizen.
ACCORDINGLY. Lahis invited
a nucleus of public figures con-
cerned over the urgent need to
discourage yerida, to join him in
forming a Society to that end, and
ELI was born. Its members began
urging the government to act
upon the threat of an imminent
and substantial increase in yerida
which resulted in the appointment
of former Deputy Minister Dov
Shilansky to head a central
authortiy handling the prevention
of yerida. With the advent of the
National Unity Government, Ab-
sorption Minister Yaacov Tzur
was charged with that
responsibility.
ELI however, remains far from
happy, claiming that Tzur's
Ministry is ignoring yerida
statistics, "sweeping the problem
under the carpet." ELI is counter-
ing with privately-funded press
ads designed to arouse public
awareness.
ELI members also work con-
structively with those Israelis con-
templating yerida, as well as
assisting in the rehabilitation and
integration of returnees. This is
facilitated by the wide sphere of
contacts represented within the
New Cabinet Settles In
As In-Fighting Continues
Continued from Page 1-A
this would be constitutionally
incorrect.
Peres' efforts at conciliation
prevailed and Tamir agreed,
reluctantly, to a proposed com-
promise. He will serve as director
general with authority over Third
World and Middle East affairs.
Beilin's ambit will be Europe, the
United States and .diplomatic
appointments.
Nevertheless, Tamir would not
conceal his disgruntlement and
Weizman, twice frustrated and
still angry, went abroad on
vacation.
PERES FOR HIS part is still
pushing Beilin's candidacy for
Ambassador to Washington.
Under the terms of an accord he
signed with Shamir, the matter
may be settled within three mon-
ths. Peres is to submit a list of
candidates for the all-important
Washington post from which the
Prime Minister will select the next
Ambassador.
Peres formally handed over the
office of Prime Minister to Shamir
Rabbi Elected
NEW YORK (JTA) Rabbi
Selig Salkowitz of (Reform) Con-
gregation Temple Avodah of Fair
Lawn, N.J., has been elected
president of the Association of
Jewish Chaplains of the U.S. Arm-
ed Forces. The association sup-
ports the JWB Jewish Chaplains
Council.
on last Tuesday (Oct. 21). The
Likud leader named Yossi Ben-
Aharon, a militant Herut
ideologue, as director general of
his office. He had been Shamir's
bureau chief for many years.
The post of Chief of Bureau to
the Prime Minister was assigned
to Tzachi Hanegbi, son of Tehiya
Party MK, Geula Cohen. Shamir
retained his two spokesmen, Avi
Pazner and Yossi Ahimeir.
Ehud Coll, a career diplomat,
was appointed by Peres to be
Foreign Ministry spokesman, the
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organization and among its sup-
porters. Lahis has proposed
establishment of a national com-
puter, linked to overseas Israeli
consulates, in which the Israel
Ministry of Labor and prospective
employers could register job open-
ings and list the necessary re-
quirements. Speedy, accurate and
updated information of that kind
would enable the relevant
authorities to offer suitable
retraining programs to returning
Israelis and demobilized soldiers.
ANOTHER ELI success -
regretfully still only partial is
legislation of the Demobilized
Soldiers Law. This law, that
allows ex-servicemen priority in
employment and vocational train-
ing, housing loans and 75 percent
high school education covered by
the Ministry of Finance, is a sub-
ject of controversy and has not yet
been enacted. Stressing the im-
plications and repercussions of
neglecting this essential issue,
ELI is lobbying for its implemen-
tation and exhorting the IDF to
"demand your rights. That is your
obligation."
In a desperate attempt to reach
IDF youngsters and senior high
school students before
demoralization at their post-
demob outlook sets in, ELI
members visit army bases and
schools around the country, par-
ticipating in educational activities
designed to prevent yerida and
strengthen Israeli roots. "I have a
message for you," Shmuel Lahis
greets his audience. "The State of
Israel belongs to you, and it's your
duty to look after it. Don't run
away."
Both ELI and STAY, working
with such dedication and intensity
of purpose, may yet help to realize
the prophetic hope that "Thy sons
shall surely return to their
borders." Perhaps they may even
succeed in preventing their sons
from leaving at all .
Arab Mayor Takes Office
In Northern Samaria District
JERUSALEM (JTA) Israel's new policy 0f a,
pointing Arab mayors in major West Bank towns was com
pleted last Wednesday (Oct. 22) when the civil administra
tion for the territory installed Taher Hijazi as Mayor of
Anabta in the northern Samaria district.
HE REPLACES former Mayor Wahid Hamdallah who
was removed by the Israeli authorities four years ago for
failure to cooperate. The Anabta municipality was shut
down at the time. Its revival under Hijazi was accompanied
by a check for $90,000 deposited with the civil administra
tion to cover unpaid taxes.
In addition to Anabta, Arab mayors now preside in
Hebron, Ramallah and El Bireh where they replaced Israeli
military officers who had been running the towns. All of the
appointments were made with the approval of the Jorda-
nian government.
Diaspora Opulence 'Kiss of Death,'
Shamir Tells Betar Veterans
TEL AVIV (JTA) Premier Yitzhak Shamir, in his
first public address since taking over the post from Shimon
Peres last Monday (Oct. 20), told veterans of the Betar
movement that the present "satisfaction and opulence" of
the world Jewish community has the "kiss of death" for the
Jewish people.
HE SAID THE historic task of Israel is to encourage
the mass immigration of Jews to Israel, to end or reduce
the diaspora.
"We therefore have two aims to change the at-
mosphere in the diaspora towards emigration and to
prepare the infrastructure here to receive masses of
newcomers when they arrive ... we must improve the
economy, strengthen the defense system, and settle the en-
tire area of the land of Israel." Shamir's statement was
applauded.
Ivory Coast 'Regrets' Embassy Move
JERUSALEM (JTA) The Foreign Ministry' ex
pressed regret Monday over the decision by Ivory Coast to
move its recently reopened Embassy from Jerusalem to Tel
Aviv. Ivory Coast Ambassador Jean-Pierre Boni explained
that in politics "one sometimes must move the chess pieces
to preserve the vital interests of the country."
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Friday, October 31, 1986/The Jewish Floridian Page 15-A
Second Patient Described As 'Very Serious'
Bv HUGH ORGEL
TEL AVIV (JTA) -
Israel's second liver
transplant patient was
described in "very serious"
condition Monday evening
following surgery Sunday
night and will probably have
to undergo additional
surgery to save his life, ac-
cording to Rambam
Hospital in Haifa.
He was identified by the
hospital Monday as Eliahu
Schreier. 59, of Moahav Shoreah
near Jerusalem. He has had a liver
ulment for seven years and was
transferred to Rambam from
Hadassah Hospital after his condi-
tion deteriorated. Rambam is
presently the only hospital in
Israel licensed to perform liver
I transplants.
THE OPERATION was per-
I formed by Dr. Yigal Kam who was
I trained in the procedure in Pitt-
I sburgh. Kam said complications
I occurred during surgery and the
I patient will almost certainly need
I corrective surgery to halt internal
bleeding.
Meanwhle. Kam's first liver
transplant patient, Mira
Schichmanter. 40, continued to
improve Monday, though doctors
said she is still not out of danger.
Schichmanter. the mother of two,
underwent surgery for 20 hours
,a.: Wednesday (Oct. 22). She re-
T.air.s in an intensive care unit but
nro breathing without the aid
I of a respirator and is able to have
I short visits by her family.
Liver transplants hitherto were
I not pernutt-Ml in Isrel because of
:ons by the religious
authorities and patients needing
them for survival were forced to
go abroad for surgery. Dr. Kam
Congregation
Doubles Funds
To Bonds
BOSTON (JTA) The con-
gregation of Temple Miahkan
Tua. in Newton doubled its
Pjdges for Israel Bonds on Kol
Nidre night, the customary time
for synagogues to raise money for
Israel, and according to Rabbi
I ~chard Yellin. the man responsi-
ble for the enthusiastic response is
West German Protestant
^eyman, Pastor Albrecht
Lohrbacher.
Lohrbacher, in fact, made the
"W pledge for Israel Bonds this
prto the Temple, YeUin inform-
his congregranta in his Kol
;swre sermon. "He cares for
wel more than Jews who take
* Pt for granted." Yellin
*d.
He recalled that he met
2*5*. who Superinton-
*nt of Christian Religious Educa
2ln Baden- 1982 when the
P*"or visited Boston, and they
w*wed their friendahhip when
*in visited Germany last
summer.
Vellin said Lohrbacher told him
^deeded to repent for Ger-
JRS N"j P-t "I'm 43 and
ven tho^ my generation y not
ZS'J know there can be no
Conciliation with the Nazi past.
^nstmnity means remembering
Jdff*>nguptowhatwaadonein
Je name of the Christian German
2JJn." Yellin quoted the
wstor as saying.
Jhle urabbi noted that
JJ^her led his own annual
Primage to Israel this year, a
\SJjm few American Jews
^^ the Jewish state
trained in the technique in
Children's Hospital in Pittsburgh,
and Rambam Hospital claims to
be the first in Israel with full
facilities to perform the complex
operation.
It received permission in princi-
ple several months ago. The
specific license to operate on
Schichmanter was issued last
Tuesday (Oct. 22) by Health
Minister Shoshana Arbeli-
Amoslina, her first act after tak-
ing office in the new Cabinet. She
gave approval without consulting
the halachic authorities because
time was of the essence.
SCHICHMANTER, from Kfar
Saba, suffered from a chronic
liver ailment for seven years Her
health deteriorated recently, and
according to hospital sources only
a transplant could save her life.
The donor was a 19-year-old
woman soldier. Rivital Brandt of
Kibbutz Shaar Ha'amakin, who
was killed in a road accident
earlier last week.
The Chief Rabbinate has
established a committee of rabbis
and medical doctors to consider
the issue of liver and heart
transplants. The problem lies in
the difference between medical
and rabbinical definitions of
death.
According to medical science,
death occurs when the brain
ceases to function. Religious
tradition considers a person to be
alive as long as the heart beats.
But hearts can be kept beating by
artificial means long after the
brain dies.
Livers suitable for transplant
must be extracted while the
donor's heart is still pumping
blood. Ashkenazic Chief Rabbi
Avraham Shapira said that he is
praying for Schichmanter's life
and health, but that the definition
of death has yet to be settled.
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Fight Against Bigotry
Latin Bishops Draw Guidelines
NEW YORK (JTA) The
Latin American Bishops Con-
ference, in an historic move to
combat anti-Semitism, has drawn
up guidelines for the use of
Catholic educators in teaching
about Jews and Judaism. The
guideliness are the product of a
Catholic-Jewish meeting in
Bogota, Colombia, sponsored by
the Bishops Conference, the Anti-
Defamation League of B'nai
B'rith and the Latin American
Jewish Congress.
According to Rabbi Leon
KJenicki. director of ADL's Inter-
religious Affairs Department,
who led a six-member ADL
delegation to Bogota, the
guidelines will be finalized in
December and submitted to
church leaders, including Latin
American cardinals, some 900
bishops across the continent, and
Catholic educators.
They are intended to:
Remove vestiges of anti-
Semitism from teaching the New
Testament, from Passion Plays
and Passion Week sermons.
Ensure that Jews are not held
responsible for the death of Jesus.
Foster a spirit of
neighborliness toward Latin
American Jews so they will be
viewed, according to KJenicki, "as
people next door instead of only as
those mentioned in the Bible."
Teach Catholics about Jews
and Judaism, even in areas where
there are no Jews, because of the
significance of such knowledge in
understanding the roots of
Catholicism.
Emphasize the significance of
the State of Israel for Jewish com-
munities in Latin America and
throughout the world.
Drafted Sept. 15-17 at the
Bogota meeting with the par-
ticipation of some 50 leading
Catholic educators, the guidelines
represent the culmination of inter-
religious discussions with Latin
American bishops dating back to
1968 when ADL first organized a
meeting of Catholics and Jews in
Bogota.
Klenicki said that the
guidelines, when adopted, will
No Convent
At Auschwitz
MONTREAL (JTA) Car-
dinal Joseph Glemp, the Primate
of Poland, assured a delegation of
the Canadian Jewish Congress
that there are no plans at this time
to erect a Carmelite convent on
the site of the former. Auschwitz
concentration camp in Poland.
In a meeting here last Friday
with the delegation, the Cardinal
said that he had received letters
from the World Jewish Congress
and other groups regarding their
deep concern over the reported
plans to erect the convent. He said
that he opposes the plan and that
he undestands the concern of the
Jewish community.
Negotiations
To Be Tough
Continued froa Page 1-A
must first free Lebanon."
Lebanon affairs experts here
said that while Bern is chiefly in-
terested in freeing Amal prisoners
held by Israel or the SLA, his posi-
tion as Justice Minister would
force him to demand the release
aa well of non-Amal members, in-
cluding Hezbollah and possibly
even Palestinians, to demonstrate
that be is active in the interests of
all Arabs.
Israeli officials observed that
Bern has now assumed respon-
sibility for the airman's safety and
well-being, and Israel would hold
him to it.
represent another step forward in
the Catholic Church's desire to im-
prove relations with Jews in the
spirit of Vatican pronouncements
over the past two decades.
He noted that discussions at the
Bogota conference included the
negative aspects in some Catholic
religious doctrines which lead to
contempt of Jews. Conference lec-
tures by Catholic and Jewish
scholars dealing with the New
Testament, understanding
Judaism, Jewish learning and
Jewish life, and the Gospel of John
were used as background informa-
tion for drafting the guidelines,
Klenicki said.
Sex Discrimination Hits Snag
JERUSALEM (JTA) Efforts by the ultra
Orthodox community of Bnei Brak to segregate the sexe
on public buses ran into a roadblock the law.
THE TRANSPORT MINISTRY and the Dan bus
cooperative said Sunday there was no legal way to imple
ment a ruling by two Bnei Brak rabbis that men and women
not be permitted to sit side-by-side in the No. 54-B bus tHo
links Bnei Brak with Tel Aviv. wat
The rabbis decreed that men sit on the left, women of
the right If there are no aisle seats, women passengers
would be reauired to sit in the rear to spare men the temD-
tation of looking at them, if only at their backs.
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Witches, Goblins
Mean Jews for Jews, Dade Youth
for Christ Butt Heads Again
Halloween is the holiday of
witches and goblins. Hallo-
ween is on Friday. Tradi-
tionally, on Halloween, we
can expect another confron-
tation between the Youth
for Christ Haunted House
and Jews for Jews, an
organization in Miami
chaired by Rabbi Rubin R.
Dobin. This pagan season,
no one has been disap-
pointed in their
expectations.
A meeting last Thursday (Oct.
23) between Rabbi Dobin and
David R Ross, president and
general manager of Radio Station
Y-100. addressed the station's
sponsorship of the Youth for
Christ Haunted House Project in
Dade anci Hroward Counties.
ALSO AT the meeting were
Sharon Horowitz, representing
Browani Judaica High School
Youth Program and the Greater
Fort LauoVrdale Jewish Federa-
tion; Ral-k I'haim Richter. Jewish
Federation of South Broward and
the Rabbinical Association of
South Broward.
And Edward Rosenthal, direc-
tor of the Community Relations
Committee of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation: Rabbi Elliot
Skiddell. North Broward Rab-
binical Association: and Rick
Stacy, program director of Y-100.
Rabbi Dobin told the gathering
that the Youth for Christ Haunted
House Project in South Florida
has not kept any of its promises in
the past to settle the concern of
the Jew isn community about the
organization's sponsorship of the
project.
Said Rabbi Dobin: "Youth for
Christ ha- been doing its work in a
very deceptiv manner It does
not divuige its true purpose in
evangelical and missionary work
that all people may "hear of
God's love as revealed in his Son.
Jesus Christ."
IN EARLIER conversations
with Jim I.aub, Miami director of
Youth for Christ. Laub is
reported by Rabbi Dobin to have
KW hm: that Youth for Christ
does not .iivulge its sponsorship of
the Haunted House Project
"cause they could not interest
.ung people in their work." Add-
edRabbi Dobin: "This outright
deception seems to be the cor-
nerstone of all their efforts to en-
^ young people."
At the meeting last Thursday,
'100 manager Ross declared
at his interest in being one of
ponson of the Youth for
m Haunted House was "in
Providing a safe and acceptable
Wernative entertainment for the
wv.js ,,f thousands of young
PTOpe during this season of the
year.
According to Rabbi Dobin. Ross
W that in the put he (Ross) and
iw have been providing a
nolesome programming for
young people in the area."
But Rss explained that
JfOur.a.d s and Pepsi-Cola.
"jwne advertisers on the station
not want and therefore have
rase.) to accede to a request that
nouncements should point to
> for Christ's sponsorship of
w Haunted House Project. These
S*861*,l0 not want the adver-
JW for the Haunted House Pro-
t" he connected with any
Woua group in any way."
JDjCK. acknowledged Ross, he
*rUnd .th' them'" h%COU,d
Jewi.K "* conc^rn of the
'h community" but not do
"TO.ng about it.
' A^"rding to Rabbi Dobin. the
meeting concluded with a decision
that Y-100 would broadcast a
minimum of five announcements
daily in which Youth for Christ
would be mentioned as the spon-
sor of the Haunted House Project.
Despite this seemingly amicable
conclusion to the perennial Hallo-
ween problem. Rabbi Dobin issued
an open letter last Friday to
Miami Youth for Christ director
Laub in which he charged that
"You have always listened to our
complaints and concerns and have
tried to 'sweet-talk' your way out
of the very legitimate concerns
that the Jewish community has
about the activities of the Youth
for Christ organization .
"WE ABSOLUTELY deplore
the trickery and deception you use
in trying to reach our Jewish
young people who become part of
your evangelical process
innocently."
Continued Rabbi Dobin: "I can-
not understand your utter gall in
trying to divide the Jewish com-
munity on this issue. Because you
cannot seem to understand the
deep feeling of our Jewish leader-
ship about your deception, you are
now going to individual Jewish
organizations and trying to
sweet-talk' them into approving
your suspicious method of opera-
tion. Be assured that the entire
Jewish community acts as one in
begging you to stop your decep-
tive and cunning practices."
Simultaneously. Rabbi Dobin
and the committee members who
attended the meeting with Y-100
last Thursday have resolved to ask
Ross for a copy of the text of the
five announcements that the radio
station would broadcast daily
detailing the Youth for Christ
sponsorship of the Haunted House
Project "so that it could be part of
our file."
Personal Glimpses
Of Ben-Gurion
By ANDREW Ml THIN
NEW YORK (JTA) -
No fleet of tall ships, no en-
thusiastic crowd of millions
flocked here to the Jewish
Museum Oct. 16 to kick-off
the nationwide celebration
of the centennial of David
Ben-Gurion's birth.
It's probably not that America's
five million Jews think less of
Israels' founding Premier than of
the State of Liberty. It's that -
despite the liberal use of the word
"hero" the hoopla has been
contained.
Even the organization that is
coordinating the celebration, the
David Ben-Gurion Centennial
Committee of the United States
began the American celebration
not with a litany of speeces, but
with a look at Ben-Gurion the
person.
THE GLIMPSES were
featured in samples of hours of
unused shots from a 1956 inter-
view with Ben-Gurion by CBS
newsman Edward R. Murrow
now part of the collection of the
Jewish Museum's National Jewish
Archive of Broadcasting.
Regularly dragging on his
trademark cigarette. Murrow in-
quired about personal and political
issues. He asked Ben-Gurion if
ever during his 50 years in
Palestine and Israel he considered
giving up. "No," he responded,
chuckling at the thought. In fact,
he continued to challenge himself.
At age 69, Ben-Gurion seemed
to be getting accustomed to his
modest wooden house at Sde
Bolter, built in 1954 on land he
desperately wanted Israel to
utilize. He chose the site after
happening upon it while travelling
through the Negev.
Having studied Buddhism in
Asia, the Premier admired that
region's moral teachers and
predicted a changing world. "I
believe now the world is made one
with modern communication,'' he
told Murrow.
WOULD HE conduct talks with
Arab leaders? "If they want to
talk peace." he declared, noting
that the Arabs would eventually
see that Israel could help them im-
prove their sanitation, education
and development. He accom-
panied his staccato syllables by
pounding the arm of his wooden
chair.
Murrow asked Ben-Gurion's
wife. Paula, why she didn't had
servants in her Negev home. Ad-
mitting she had occasional
housekeeping help, but only that,
she harkened back to her socialist
roots and replied, "I never believ-
ed in exploiting people."
Murrow biographer A.M.
Sperber told one more anecdote to
the audience of more than 200. As
Murrow prepared to leave Sde
Boker. he realized he hadn't
thanked Ben-Gurion. Murrow
knocked at Ben-Gurion's door, but
received no answer. Hearing
water running, he peaked inside
to find Israel's Prime Minister
wearing an apron and washing
coffee cups. Murrow fought an im-
pulse to film the scene, concluding
that nobody would believe it
hadn't been staged.
THE OUTTAKES of Ben
Gurion never before seen in
public were "very exciting" for
his grandson, Alon Ben-Gurion.
34 and a manager of the Tel Aviv
Hilton. "I was turning inside," he
told the Jewish Telegraphic Agen-
cy at the kick-off.
Seeing Ben-Gurion walking
with the taller Murrow reminded
Alon of his grandfather's
"march," a rapid strut with his
hands in his pockets utilized to
keep up with his much taller body
guards. Indeed, most of Alon's
memories of his grandfather
whom he simply called Ben-
Gurion were warmly personal
and apolitical. "He was my grand-
father. He brought us presents."
Alon explained.
Not that Alon hasn't come to
consider his grandfather a giant
among leaders. He said Israeli
leaders, including Shimon Peres,
have told him reverent stories
"You see that he was an outstan-
ding statesman." he said.
Alon talked of Ben-Gurion's
seemingly photographic memory,
his passion for learning and love
for his wife. He also recalled the
night Paula died, when Ben-
Gurion took his children to Sde
Boker to search for a burial plot.
THE PREMIER chose a bar
slope. Alon's father said the
would have to be filled with s.
Ben-Gurion said to fill it and
Continued on Page 4-B
Go to the Polls
VOTE!
Election:
TUESDAY,
NOVEMBER 4
It Is Your Duty and Privilege.
Louis Stein
Congressman Dante Fascell
From Jewish Theological Seminary
Stein, Fascell To
Receive Awards
Philanthropist Louis Stein will
receive the degree of Doctor of
Laws, honoris causa, from The
Jewish Theological Seminary of
America at its Florida Awards
and Convocation Ceremony on
Sunday, Nov. 9 at Temple Emanu-
El. The Convocation and Awards
Ceremony is being held in celebra-
tion of the Seminary's Centennial
year.
Louis Stein is an attorney with
more than 30 years in practice. He
retired as chairman of the Board
of Food Fair Stores in 1971. He
holds Honorary Doctor of Law
degrees from Drexel University,
Fordham University and LaSalle
University. He is a member of the
Board of Trustees of the
American and International Tech-
nion Societies, the Jewish
Theological Seminary and Mt.
Sinai Hospital of Miami Beach. He
is a Vice President of the Miami
Jewish Home for the Aged and
currently serves as President of
the Founders of the Miami Jewish
Home.
Stein and his wife have
established a chair in pediatrics
and the Stein Research Center at
Jefferson University Medical
School. They have endowed the
Stein Institute of Legal Ethics at
Fordham University, the Mother
and Child Clinic in Jerusalem and
the Amphitheatre at Liberty Bell
Park in Jerusalem. At the Miami
Jewish Home and Hospital for the
Aged. Lou and Bess Stein endow-
ed the Stein Gerontological In-
stitute and the forthcoming Stein
Commons Building.
Congressman Dante B. Fascell
(D-19) of Florida will receive The
Jewish Theological Seminary of
America's Herbert H. Lehman
Ethics Medal next week at the
Seminary's Florida Convocation
and Awards Ceremony being held
in celebration of the Seminary's
Centennial year.
The Herbert H. Lehman Ethics
Medal was named for the
American statesman and leader in
the Jewish community whose per-
sonal life and productive career
followed the highest moral stan-
dards. The medal is given to
distinguished exemplars of the an-
cient Jewish quest for ethical and
moral truths by which men should
live, and of the continuing effort
to realize these values here and
now.
Congressman Fascell and his
wife Jeanne-Marie have three
children. He is an attorney who
served as Legal Attache to the
State Legislative Delegation from
Dade County from 1947-50, was
elected as a Florida State
Representative in 1950 and re-
elected in 1952. and was elected to
Congress in 1954.
He has an extensive Diplomatic -
background and has been a
member of the Congressional
Committee on Foreign Affairs
since 1957. was named Chairman
of the Committee in 1984, and was
named Chairman of the Subcom-
mittee on Arms Control, Interna-
tional Security and Science. He
has chaired numerous other com-
mittees throughout his tenure.
Other Floridians to be honored
by the Seminary are Irene and
Norman Sholk and the Honorable
Judge Herbert S. Shapiro. The
National Community Service
Award; and Phyllis Harte. the
New Generations Award.
"Jewish Floridiara
Miami. Florida Friday. October 31,1986 Section B


Page 2-B The Jewish Floridian/Friday, October 31, 1986
The Treasurer's Committe of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation will try to generate
$10 million in pledge payments by Dee. SI. It
will be the largest oath drive in Federation's
history. Pictured at a recent meeting of the
committee are from left Elton J. Kerness,
Associate Executive Vice President of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation; Fred K.
Shochet, Committee member; Jack Bellock.
Vice Chairman; Harvey Friedman, Chair-
man of the Treasurers Committee; Kenneth J.
Schwartz, Chairman of the 1986 Campaign
Cleanup Effort; Sydney Lefcourt. Past Presi-
dent of Federation ana Hilton Marwell, Vice
Chairman.
Greater Miami Patron's Guild Of Women's Division
Of AFHU Annual Luncheon Set
The Greater Miami Patron's
Guild of the Women's Division.
American Friends of the Hebrew
University, will hold their annual
luncheon on Monday, Nov. 17 at
11:45 a.m. at the Doral Beach
Hotel, according to Mrs. Herbert
S. Shapiro, chairman of the lun-
cheon. The event will benefit the
Student Aid Fund set up to cover
special needs of the Hebrew
University students. Benefactors
who have dedicated facilities and
rooms at the Hebrew University's
four campuses will be recognized.
Participating in the event will
be: Mollie Adler. Sara Anchin. Dr.
Joseph I. and Thelma Anton,
Louis and Etta Aronaon, Florence
Becker, Harris Blumenthal,
Mildred Brown, Viola Char
cowsky, Ida and Herman Chinsky,
Ruth Cohen, Betty and Marvin
Cooper, Marion DeJur, Estelle
Fein, Florence D. Feldman,
Lenore and Charles Fineberg, Ida
Lear Friedman, Bertha Goldberg
Pass, Jane and JerroM Goodman,
Milton Gordon, Sarah H. Gould,
Rose Greenberg, Annette Harris,
Jean B. Hendler, Helen Katzman,
Sarah Kaufman, Otilia Kellerman,
Lillian and Leon Kronheim,
Miriam Kriegsman, Sarah Kutz,
Rebecca Levine, Lillian and
Samuel Lkhtenstein, Henrietta
London, Hester Martin, Polly de
Hirsch Meyer, Rhona Miller, Jean
Monosson, Gloria Ostrer, Rose
Pascoe, David Pollen, Ruth W.
Popick, Lillian Rachlin, Irene Rac-
zkowski, Esther and Jose Reisel,
Harriet Riflcin, Carrie Rosen,
Celia Rosenblatt, Jane Rot
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Sloan, Evelyn Stieber. Bunnee
Taft, Stella Topol, Esther
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Laura Weiser, Lena Young and
Rae Zlotnick.
The Patron Luncheon which is
open to the public, is being coor-
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Women's Division.
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long celebration will be the in-
auguration of WIZO USA Head-
quarters on Wednesday and the
Gala Inaugural Ball which will
take place on the 6th at The
Pierre.
Edgar Bronfman, President of
the World Jewish Congress, will
deliver the keynote address at the
Gala. Guest speakers include Raya
Jaglom, President of World
WIZO, Ambassador of Israel Meir
Rosenne, Israel's Ambassador to
the UN Benjamin Netanyahu,
Evelyn Sommer, President of
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Synagogues To Help Israel
Bonds Reinvestment Sunda
Synagogues in strategic loca-
tions in the Greater Miami area
will serve as headquarters for the
Israel Bonds Reinvestment Sun-
day campaign from 9 a.m.-noon,
when people who bought Israel
Bonds in late 1971 and 1972 may
redeem their securities before
maturity.
M. Ronald Krongold, general
chairman of the Greater Miami
Israel Bonds campaign, pointed
out that these 15-year bonds are
normally due to mature next year.
"The State of Israel," he said,
"is offering up to 15 months of ad-
vanced interest to the registered
owner of the Bonds providing
funds are added and the Bonds
are reinvested.
"Many congregations in our
community support the Israel
Bonds program to mobilize invest-
ment capital for Israel's economic
development each year. We have
chosen various synagogues with
the best locations for Reinvest-
ment Sunday. Israel Bonds
volunteers and members of l
local Israel Bonds staff will be
able to accommodate bondholders
close to their homes.
"There are many people in our
community who hold Bonds which
have already matured." Krongold
noted. "These securities do not in
crease in value beyond the maturi-
ty date. We urge these friends of
Israel to redeem these matured
bonds and to reinvest in new
bonds. Neither the State of Israel
nor the Bond owner receive any
benefit from matured Bonds sit
ting in a safe deposit box."
Bond owners who cannot visit a
synagogue in their neighborhood
on Reinvestment Sunday can con-
tvrt the Israel Bonds office.
Synagogues where Bondholders
can effect early reinvestment are:
Adath Yeshurun, North Miami
Beach. Temple Beth Am, Beth
Sholom, Miami Beach. Beth
Torah, Temple Emanu-EI, Temple
Isrel, South Branch, Temple
Menorah, Temple Moses
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Friday, October 31, 1986/The Jewish Floridian Page 3-B
Southeast Region Of AJC To
Pictured at the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation s Vanguard Division meeting held
at the home of Jeffrey Berkowitz are from left
Donald E. Lefton, 1987 CJA Campaign Chair-
man; Elaine Berkowit; Jeff Berkowitz, Chair-
man of the Community Relations Committee
of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation;
Wendy Kravitz; Steven Kravitz, Chairman of
the Vanguard Division and Aaron Podhurst,
President of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation.
Beth Torah Announces Registration For Adult Classes
Beth Torah Congregation an
I nounces registration and classes
for the Evelyn and Monroe Mit-
chel and Family Jewish Education
and Enrichment Program for
Adult Studies for 1986-1987 to
I begin Monday, at 7:15 p.m.
The Monday evening courses
I will include Judaism and Sexuali-
ty, Dr. Stuart Grant; Learn to
Read and Speak Hebrew, Mrs.
Pearl Tucker; Parent Effec-
I bveness Training, Dr. Loia Krop;
How to Handle Bereavement, Dr.
Stuart Grant; A Miniaeminar
I Series a Montage of Contem-
porary- Jewish and Social Issues of
Kr ** landau. President and
totcutwe Director of the
^mvbased Mid-Life Services
toundatum, will discuss his
P*book, 'Turning Points.
I-Renewal at Mid-Life," on
%. November 9 at 7:30
'" at the Michael-Ann
"* Jewish Community
North Miami Beach.
'program coincides with the
""arty Center's celebra-
"overnber.
Tango Argentine)'
Previews Tuesday
JTwgo Argentine" the hit that
New York by storm becom-
JJJ cause eelebrt of the
atrical year, returna to South
^ on the crest of it* record-
V national tour for a
2J two-week run, previewing
r*y. Nov. 4, followed by the
WT Prem>ere Wednesday,
FJl through Sunday, Nov. 16
we inaugural non-subscription
wunner of producer Zev Buf-
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Arta.
the Day, with speakers Dr. Max
A. Lipschitz, PhD; Mrs. Shotzi
Cassel. MSW; Dr. Sandy Andron,
PhD; Mrs. Andrienne Weinstein,
RHD/MS and Mrs. Linda Roff,
MSW.
Sponsor David
The Southeast Region of
American Jewish Congress will
sponsor the David Brown Forum
on Sunday, Nov. 9 at Temple
Israel of Greater Miami,
Downtown, beginning at 10 a.m.
The topic of the forum is
"America at Risk: The Constitu-
tional Convention, Threat to our
Civil Liberties."
Linda Rogers-Kingsbury, ex-
ecutive director of Citizens to Pro-
tect the Constitution, and Florida
State Representative Elaine
Bloom will be the guest speakers.
Rogers-Kingsbury heads
"Citizens" which is a non-
partisan, non-profit coalition of
approximately 100 national
organizations, which concerns
itself strictly with the issue of the
call for a federal constitutional
convention. Bloom represents
District 104 on Miami Beach, and
she has been instrumental in at-
tempting to have the Florida
legislature recall its petition for a
constitutional convention which
was passed by Florida lawmakers
in 1976.
Florida is one of 32 states which
has petitioned the United States
Congress for this unprecedented
convention. While many states
passed their resolutions on the
premise that a convention would
deal only with a "balanced
Brown Forum
budget" amendment, experts on
constitutional law have theorized
that convention delegates could,
in fact, undertake a wholesale
rewriting of the 200-year-old
document.
The American Jewish Congress
has been a steadfast opponent of
such a convention, and has active-
ly lobbied in states which have
passed their petitions to recall
them, and the organization has
worked in states which have not
petitioned the U.S. Congress for
a convention to prevent them
from doing so.
If two more states petition the
U.S. Congress for a convention it
will be held, and many legal
scholars have speculated that such
a gathering could bring about
radical changes in our governmen-
tal system which might invalidate
many important civil rights and
civil liberties victories of recent
decades," Mark Freedman, AJC
Executive Director, stated.
Ms. Rogers-Kingsbury and
Representative Bloom will be join-
ed by members of the legal com-
munity who will offer their exper-
tise on the matter of the call for a
federal constitutional convention.
The David Brown Forum is
open to the public. Refreshments
will be served.
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Ben-Gurion's Grandson To Speak FamUy Workshops
At Israel Bonds-Hadassah Luncheon
Alon Ben-Gunon. grandson of
David Ben-Gurion, Israel's first
Prime Minister and founder of the
Israel Bonds Organization, will be
the special guest speaker at the
Miami Beach Region Hadassah
Supporters of Israel Bonds Lun-
cheon on Thursday, Nov. 6, at
Temple Emanu-El. The luncheon
is scheduled to begin at 11:30 a.m.
An Executive Assistant
Manager of the Td Aviv Hilton,
Ben-Gunon has considerable
background as a hotel executive in
New York and Europe, as well as
in Israel. He holds a Master's
degree in hotel management from
Cornell University and a BA from
Td Aviv University.
Ben-Gurion, 35, served as a
paratroop captain in the Israel
Defense Forces from 1970-74 and
was wounded in the Yom Kippur
War.
"We in Hadassah fed very for-
tunate to be able to get the oppor-
tunity to meet the grandson of
Israel's first Prime Minister,"
noted Jean Temkin. president of
the Miami Beach Region
Hadassah. "Meeting a member of
the Ben-Gurion family is like an
American meeting a Kennedy.
"Even more important, though,
is that the members of Hadssssh
will have the opportunity to show
Alon Ben-Gunon how the local
Jewish community supports Israel
through the Israel Bonds pro-
gram. At this time in Israel's
history, purchasing Israel Bonds
will greatly hdp the Jewish na-
Alon Ben-Gurion
tion's goal to stabilize the
economy and, eventually, gain
economic independence. I am con-
fident that the luncheon will be a
success," she added.
Also appearing as s guest
speaker will be Debbie Wernick, a
field representative for the
Greater Miami Israel Organiza-
tion for 15 years who is also a
member of Hadassah.
Louella Shapiro is serving as
chairman of the luncheon.
Terrorist Gang Captured
By GIL SEDAN
JERUSALEM (JTA) -
Security sources announced
Thursday (Oct. 23) the capture of
the terrorist gang responsible for
the Egged bus bombing in
Jerusalem on "December 6, 1983
which killed six people and injured
50. The arrests were made in East
Jerusalem, Bethlehem and
Ramallah in what the sources said
was their "most succeeful week"
for rounding up dangerous
terrorists.
The announcement followed the
arrests last Thursday and Friday
of the terrorists responsible for
the Oct. 15 grenade attack on
Israeli soldiers and their families
in the Old City which took one life
and wounded 69 soldiers and
civilians.
THE RENTED flat in Azariya
village near Jerusalem, used by
the terrorists as a hideout, has
been sealed off and arms and am-
munition found there were seized.
The latest successes have gone a
long way to retrieve the reputa-
tion of the security forces which
AJ Committee
Membership Drive
Neil Alter, Citicorp Vice Presi-
dent, has been chosen to lead a
multi-faceted membership cam-
paign on behalf of AJC's Miami
Chapter. It will be the first com-
prehensive chapter membership
drive in almost a decade.
In explaining the impetus
behind the drive, Alter said that
the chapter has developed an ex-
citing program, and linked with
the illustrious 80-year history of
the AJC, it should be on the agen-
da of many more Miamians than it
is.
The campaign activities will be
chaired by Barbara Udell, Robin
Davidson, Susan Lichtman, David
Mesnekoff, and Robert Waxman.
Also participating are Ron
Levitt and Steve SUber.
The Miami Chapter was found-
ed in 1953. Roger Bernstein, a
local attorney, is its President.
suffered in the Shin Bet affair.
That was the cover-up by ranking
security service officers of the
deaths of two Arab bus hijackers
at the hands of security agents in
1984. The head of Shin Bet.
Avraham Shalom, and several of
his top aides were forced to
resign.
The round-up of terrorists has
also revived memories of the Egg-
ed bus tragedy. Six kilos of ex-
plosives destroyed the crowded
vehicle on Herzl Boulevard, one of
Jerusalem's main traffic arteries.
It was one of the worst terrorist
bombings ever in Jerusalem.
"Interpersonal Didogue," A
four-week workshop for singles
that will discuss verbal and non-
verbal communication, assertion
and relationships begins Wednes-
day, at 7 p.m. at the Cord Gables
Office of Jewish Family Service of
Greater Miami.
Separated or divorced persons
can improve their self-esteem
while learning new strategies for
dealing with dating, finances and
the singles scene at this four-week
workshop. It begins Thursday,
Nov. 6 at 7 p.m. at the Cord
Gables Office of Jewish Family
Service of Greater Miami.
Young Presidents
Club Gala
Barton S. Goldberg, chairman
of the Young Presidents Club of
Mount Sind Medicd Center an-
nounces Mrs. Sad Glottmann and
Mr. and Mrs. Richard May will
serve as chairmen of the annud
costume ball. "Miss Liberty
Wdcomes the World." at the
Dord Beach Hotel on Saturday.
Nov. 8. YPC Chairman Goldberg
and his wife Sandra and Social
Chairman Leslie Klein and his
wife Carol Ann will assist.
Omnibus Lecture Series
Temple Beth Sholom Omnibus
Lecture Series will present Amoz
Ox, Sunday at 10:30 a.m. Mr. Ox is
the author of "A Perfect Peace; in
the Land of Israel"; "My
Michael." which received the
B'nai B'rith Jewish Heritage
Award; "The Hill of Evil
Counsel," winner of Israel's Bren-
ner Prise; several other books in-
cluding two novellas. Oc will
speak on Israel: Peace and War.
The lecture is open to the general
public.
Futterman To
Be Honored
The South Florida Women's
Committee of Shaare Zedek
Hospital in Jerusdem announces
the "Woman of the Year" selec-
tion to be Ms. Rocky Gasco Fut-
terman. The celebrant will be
honored at the gala 10th annud
luncheon to be held January 28.
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Jeffrey Berkowitz, Chairman of the Community Relations CorJ
mittee of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation (left) presnul
Senator Gary Hart with a bronze butt ofChaim Weitzmarn^\
the Vanguard Division meeting. Don Lefion, chairman oftiA
1987 CJA Campaign look* on. **
Orthodox And Reform Movements
In A Rare Cooperative Effort
By DAVID FRIEDMAN
WASHINGTON (JTA) The
Orthodox Agudath Israel of
America and the Reform Union of
American Hebrew Congregations,
in a rare cooperative effort, have
helped ensure that persons wear-
ing yarmulkes will never be bar-
red from the Senate's visitors'
galleries.
The effort came about, accor-
ding to David Luchins, an aide in
the New York office of Sen.
Daniel Moynihan (D., N.Y.). after
a constituent told Moynihan that a
pass to the gallery he received
from Moynihan'8 office barred
persons wearing hats.
This is not true in the House
where the gallery passes read:
"Hats may not be worn by
gentlemen except for religious
reasons."
Luchins said that no one wear-
ing a yarmulke has ever been bar-
red from the Senate galleries.
This was pointed out also by
Moynihan in a letter to Enwai
Garcia, the Senate Sergeant^!
Arms. But Moynihan added.!
however, "The rules as set fortfal
on the pass could lead a Jewish orl
Sikh guest to forego visitng owl
chamber." J
Moynihan suggested changing
the pass wording to include uV
House exception to which Garca
agreed. The change was proposed]
to the Senate Rules <'ommitt
where it received the support of
the committee's chairman, Sen. I
Charles Mathias (D.. Md.).
Luchins noted that the proposail
came to the Senate just as it hid
rejected a proposal by Sen. Frank
Lautenberg (D.. N J ) to allot
members of the military to wear
yarmulkes. But Luchins said with
Agudath Israel and the I'AHC
working together the Senate was
convinced to make the change
Moynihan hailed it as a "small.
but significant step,'' according to
Luchins.
Ben-Gurion
Continued from Page IB
several bulldozers worked
throughout the night. "That's the
guy; he really pushed," said Alon.
Neither was he afraid, the
grandson continued. He would
have preferred not to have body
guards and at least once refused
to go to his Jerusalem bomb
shelter because he was too busy.
Alon last saw his grandfather
two months before he died;
however, Ben-Gurion was asleep.
Three days later, Alon was
seriously wounded in the Yon-.!
Kippur War. During his
hospitalization. Ben-Gurion also
was hospitalized, and neither
could be moved. Alon watched his
grandfather's state funeral or.
television.
Funded by Hilton Intematwoa.
Alon has begun a 35-day. 26dq
celebratory speaking tour of the
U.S. "If I were my grandfather."
he said, "I could give you the
number of miles."
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Friday, October 31, 1986*The Jewish Floridian Page 5-B
Esther Kaminska Yiddish Theatre Comes To Miami
By MARVIN GLASSMAN
One of the oldet and most
revered Yiddish theatres in the
world the Esther Kaminska Yid-
dish Theatre, will be coming to
Miami Beach at the Konover
Hotel Nov. 5 and 6 at 8 p.m. The
production, entitled "The Joys of
Yiddish" is composed of 12 actors
and singers who will bring the
tradition alive through selected
plays with music.
The Esther Kaminska Yiddish
Theatre, founded in 1863, is to the
Jewish tradition what the New
York Yankees are to major league
baseball Without the dedication
of Kaminska and her successors,
Yiddish would have never
nourished in Eastern Europe
from the 19th Century to the
present.
Kaminska made great
sacrifices to insure that Yiddish
would always be alive and well",
beamed Vladimir Grocholski, pro-
ducer of "The Joys of Yiddish."
Yiddish blossomed in Poland after
the country was invaded by three
different cultures destroying the
foundation of the nation in the
1800s. In the presence of all this
turmoil, the Jewish people had to
protect themselves by fulfilling
traditional rites and keeping the
memories and love of the culture
alive. By developing Yiddish into
an everyday, living culture.
Kaminska insured that the Jews
in Eastern Europe would never be
destroyed."
Ironically enough, the Yiddish
culture surpassed governments
and transcended a way of life for
Jews throughout the world. Yid-
dish theatre wasn't watched by a
passive audience, but studied so
that its richness would never be
lost.
The tradition of studying Yid-
dish as a living art is still alive and
well. Esther Kaminska's
daughter. Ida, revived theatre in
1945, after its brief curtailment by
the Nazis in World War II. The
performers who revived Yiddish
in Poland are the same ones who
will be performing in Miami next
month.
Simon Szurmej, who has been
directing Yiddish theatre and
keeping the tradition alive in the
Kaminska tradition will star in
November's shows. "Szurmej is
the Lawrence Olivier of Yiddish
theatre, an outstanding per-
former who has no peer," beamed
Grocholski. "Szurmej attracts
students of Yiddish from all
around the world. He is keeping
the tradition that Kaminska
started alive and flourishing. It
will be exciting to see the spirit
come alive in Miami through the
performances of Szurmej and his
cast. I know how important Yid-
dish theatre is to the people of
Miami, some who lived in Poland
at the turn of the century. For the
audience, they will remember
from first-hand experience, the
beauty and bitterness of life in the
shtetl at a time when Jews had no
homeland (Israel) to call their
own."
Joining Szurmej in making Yid-
dish theatre alive and vibrant will
be his wife Golda Tencer, singing
the songs of Yiddish; Michael
Szfelji, the Frank Sinatra of Yid-
dish, with more than 50 years of
the stage; the Rajner family;
Julius Berger and Leopold
Kozlowski, who produced and
wrote 300 songs for the perfor-
mances. Kozlowski is also the
musical director of the show.
The performance will feature
eight plays: "Tevye the Milkman"
by Sholem Aleichem (the
originator of the character in
"Fiddler On The Roof); "The
Goldseekers" and "Ausy's Pipik"
by Peretz; "A Night In The Old
Mahetrylad" and "Suah" by Isaac
COMMUNITY CORNER
Lakes Branch, National Council of Jewish Women,
will host a paid up membership meeting and luncheon
on Wednesday, 11:30 a.m. at Michael Ann Russell JCC.
Temple Sinai of North Dade will hold its semi-annual
Blood Drive, sponsored by Temple Sinai Brotherhood in
conjunction with the South Florida Blood Service, on
Sunday, from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. in the Temple's
Board Room. Refreshments will be served to
participants.
Bnai Zion Southeast Region Gala Installation Dinner-
Dance will be held on Sunday, Nov. 9, at 5 p.m. at the
Hollywood Beach Hilton, President Sam Aboulafia and
Chair, Pauline Llebman announced. The Guest Speaker
for the event will be Raymond M. Patt, Past President
of Bnai Zion.
Biscayne Chapter Women's American ORT will hold
their next meeting on Thursday, Nov. 6, at 12:30 p.m. In
Morton Towers Auditorium.
Temple Zamora Sisterhood will hold its annual
Welcome Home Dinner on Sunday, Nov. 9, at the
Temple.
Cocktails and hors d'oeuvres will be served at 5 p.m.
Dinner will follow. Entertainment and gifts will feature
the evening.
Yiddish Branch 679, Workmen's Circle Concert-
Dinner Meeting will be held November 9 at 1 p.m. at the
Newport Hotel, Miami Beach Guest entertainer will be
soprano Rosalie Williams, in a special selection of Yid-
dish, Hebrew and Engliah songs. ________
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Balch; "The Song Of My Nation"
by Hershelerostropele; and
"Great Fortunes" and "Gold
Satin's Dream" by Isaac Baich.
Above all, "The Joys of Yid-
dish" captures the bittersweet of
Jewish life in Eastern Europe.
The pride and optimism of a close-
knit group combined with the
tragedy of a people without a
Homeland, without full civil and
legal rights, is captured in die
eight plays using song and drama.
"It is this ironic and bittersweet
view of life that has kept Yiddish
alive," said Grocholski. "It is from
tragedy that Yiddish brings
strength, beauty, pride and con-
fidence to Jews throughout the
world. Without the irony of
tragedy mixed with good fortune,
Jews would never sing or have a
sense of humour or an understan-
ding of their history."
Yiddish theatre will come alive
to a younger generation of Jews,
who may not understand Yiddish.
Headsets will be provided at the
performance in which an inter-
preter will explain the dialogue
and its significance in English. In
addition, the HaBima Miami
theatrical group will be perform-
ing in Miami (beginning Nov. 7) an
English language play, "Dreyfuss
in Rehearsal" which is a tribute to
the Esther Kaminska Yiddish
Theatre. These efforts will keep
Yiddish thriving for generations
to come.
The performances will be fast
paced, with two acts for approx-
imately two hours. The Esther
Kaminska Yiddish Theatre, still
based in Warsaw, has performed
throughout the world: in Israel,
Switzerland, Belgium, France and
England to standing-room-only
audiences. In the United States,
the Kaminska Theatre has per-
formed under critical acclaim in
New York and Chicago. Prior to
its appearance in Miami, the
Kaminska Theatre will perform in
Los Angeles and will be introduc-
ed by Elizabeth Taylor. Taylor,
much like actors Paul Muni, Dan-
ny Kaye and many other contem-
porary performers, was influenc-
ed by Yiddish theatre.
The Kaminska Yiddish Theatre
will be performing at the Konover
Theatre in Miami Beach on Nov. 5
and 6 at 8 p.m.
A scene from "The Joys of Yiddish. "
Miami Students Elected To
National Hillel Secretariat
Two Miami area students, one
attending school here and one stu-
dying in the Boston area, were
elected to serve on the National
Student Secretariat of the B'nai
B'rith Hillel Foundations by
delegates attending Washington
5, the national Jewish student
public policy conference spon-
sored by the B'nai B'rith Hillel
Foundations.
Barbara Wagner, a resident of
North Miami Beach who attends
the University of Miami, was
elected as a delegate from the
southeast region to the
Secretariat. Wagner is a
sophomore majoring in public
relations and sociology at Miami.
She is the co-chair of the Universi-
ty Center Program Council, and is
a member of the Organization of
Jewish Students, the School of
Communications Student Ad-
visory Board and the Public Rela-
tions Student Society of America.
Wagner is a past international
vice president of United
Synagogue Youth. She is the
daughter of Stuart and Linda
Wagner. The family is a member
of Beth Torah Congregation in
North Miami Beach.
Andrew Kotxen, also of North
Miami Beach, was elected to serve
as the Israel liaison for the
Secretariat. Kotzen, who is a
senior at Tufts University in
Boston, will be attending Tel Aviv
University this spring. This will be
his third term on the Secretariat.
The new members of the
Secretariat will serve one-year
terms corresponding to the
1986-87 academic year.
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Page 6-B The Jewiah Floriduui/Friday, October 31, 1986
Jewish Impact On Swiss Society
By TAMAR LEVY
GENEVA (JTA) -
There are only 20,000 Jews
in Switzerland, a country of
over 6.3 million. But they
have an impact on Swiss
society, particularly at-
titudes toward Israel. While
there are pockets of anti-
Semitism on the far right, it
is not tolerated by the vast
majority of Swiss. An exam-
ple is the almost universal
outrage expressed at a
Lausanne high school
teacher who claimed public-
ly that the Holocaust never
occurred.
The largest Jewish com-
munities are in Zurich, Basel,
Geneva and Lausanne. The latter
city has 600 Jewish families, about
2,500 people, and they are
especially active and take great
pride in their community.
Izak Menase, who came from
Istanbul and settled in Lausanne
in 1956, was recently elected
president of the local Jewish com-
munity. He is an energetic man.
He initiated the building of a new
community center and the renova-
AMIT WOMEN
Galil Chapter will hold their
monthly meeting on Monday, at
noon at the Young Israel
'TjiifHiM. North Miami Beach.
The program presents Phyllis
Lssarow, makeup consultant and
fashion coordinator.
Coral Gables Chapter luncheon
meeting will take place on Tues-
day at noon, at Zsmora Temple,
Coral Gabies.
Moorings Chapter meeting will
be held on Tuesday, at noon in the
auditorium of Moorings Towers,
North Miami Beach.
tion of the beautiful synagogue
built in 1910.
TWO YEARS AGO, he organiz-
ed a tour of Israel for 40 promi-
nent citizens of Lausanne, in-
cluding bankers, businessmen,
journalists and politicians. The ex-
penses, amounting to 200,000
Swiss Francs, were paid by the
community. The good will that
resulted was soon evident.
A Lausanne daily which had
been anti-Israel changed its tone.
Menase initiated the annual
celebration of Isrel Independence
Day. He is also president of the
Swiss Friends of Beersheba
University.
On the negative side is the open
anti-Semitism of Marriette
Paschoud, who taught history and
French at a Lausanne high school.
At a press conference in Paris last
August, she expressed doubt that
there were gas chambers at Nazi
concentration camps.
Paschoud, who is also a military
judge in the army reserves, was
strongly attacked by the Swiss
media, and public opinion polls
showed widespread disapproval.
While she still teaches French,
whe no longer teaches history.
The parents of her pupils refused
to subject their children to "the
teaching of history distorted by
that woman."
THE SWISS Officers Organiza-
tion publicly dissociaed itself from
her views, though she retains
membership in the organization.
A Swiss military officer told the
Jewish Telegraphic Agency. "Of
course what she said should have
never been said, but do not forget
that privately there are people
who think just the wsy she does."
Paschoud's husband publishes a
newsletter called "Pamphlet"
which reflects the views of the ex-
treme right.
A trial was held last month of a
Swiss builder who treathened his
family doctor with the remark
that all Jews had to be exter-
minated. The doctor is not Jewish,
PERSONALS
ARE YOU SINGLE? Per-
sonal Ads get response!
Cost Is $10.00 for up to 30
words. To place your spe-
cial singles ad send $10.00
and copy of ad to: The
Jewish Floodlan, Singles
Column, P.O. Box 01973,
Miami, Florida 33101.
HAPPENINGS IS HAVING
a HORROR-I-FIC HALLOW
EEN PARTY on FRIDAY,
OCTOBER 31, 1986 from
5:30 p.m. on, at the Hyatt
Regency Miami (Currents
Lounge), 400 S.E. 2nd Ave
Miami, Florida. This party
is FREE and Everyone Is
Welcome. There will be a
Live Dance Band, Compli-
mentary Hors D'oeuvres,
Halloween Games and
Costume Contests, Trick
Or Treat Bags, Special
Prizes and Surprises. For
more information call
Sharon Silver 385-1255.
HOW TO SURVIVE The
Singles Scene. A Singles
Effectiveness Training (tm)
Workshop Saturday, Nov.
8th, Bricked Pt. Holiday
Inn. 5 Panelists. 10 Ses-
sions. Gourmet Luncheon
& Singles Fashion Show.
For Flyer call 274-6745.
THIS HANDSOME, dynam-
ic, self-confident 29-year
old modern Orthodox New
York gentleman, always
received rave reviews, a
mensch. seeks pretty
young lady aged 19-29, who
is lively, sincere, affection-
ate, humorous, honest, and
with a great zest for life
for role of leading lady. Box
STL c/o Jewish Floridian,
P.O. Box 012973. Miami
33101.
ATTRACTIVE, sophisticat-
ed, well educated New
Yorker who spends lots of
time in Miami, and has a
great deal of style and
elan, seeks a very success-
ful, energetic, sharing and
caring man with a sense of
humor, over 38 who knows
how to be a friend, and a
lover. Bio/Photo/Phone ...
please. Box ASW c/o
Jewish Floridian, P.O. Box
012973, Miami, Fla. 33101.
THE AVENTURA JEWISH
Center Slnglot All Agms,
will hold a Friday Service
on Nov. 7th, at 10:15 p.m.
The Service will be held at
the Synagogue located at
2972 Aventura Blvd., Rabbi
David B. Saltzman will lead
the prayers, and Cantor
Bernard Knee will chant
the liturgy. Oneg Shabbat
will follow the service. A
$3.00 donation and an
advance reservation is
requested. For additional
information please call
Shula Amikam, at 935-3742
or Rabbi Saltzman at
932-7969.
but the defendant selected a
Jewish lawyer to represent him.
IT WAS BROUGHT out at the
trial that the man had swastikas
all over his flat and grew a
mustache resembling Hitler's. He
is considered to be a mental case.
Lausanne is also the home of the
infamous Swiss banker. Francois
Gehoud, who served the Third
Reich during World War II and
paid for the defense of Arab
terorists who attacked an El Al
plane in Zurich in 1969.
He also aided the Swiss ter
rorist, Bruno Breuget. who tried
to enter Israel with explosives. He
is believed to be the man who
handles the finances of the
Palestine Liberation Organization
in Switzerland
Nachman Arluck
Jewish Cultural Circle
The Nachman Arluck Jewish
Cultural Circle will open the cur-
rent season on Nov. 10 st 1:30
p.m. st the American Savings
Bank at Alton and Lincoln Roads
Moishe Becker will talk about the
life and literary works of the
Nobel Prize winner S.Y. Agnon.
Rosa Luaki will read from his
works. Jacob Goreuck will sing.
JWV Post 682
Collecting Food
The Abe Horrowitz Ladies Aux-
iliary and Post 682, Jewish War
Veterans are preparing to
distribute food baskets to needy
families in the community for
Thanksgiving. Large containers
have been Disced st the North
Miami Beach police station and at
the North Miami Beach Library
for contributions of non-
perishable foods by the public.
Public Health Trust
Officers Reelected
Joseph Robbie, Miami Dolphins,
Ltd., has been re-elected chair
man of the Board of Trustees of
the Public Health Trust of Dade
County. Other officers re-elected
to the board which governs
Jackson Memorial Hospital, in-
clude vice chairman. Castle W.
Jordan; secretary. Robert E Biel;
and treasurer, Haydee A.
CebaUos.
Thelma V.A. Gibson and B
Boyd Benjamin were elected
members-at-large of the Ex-
ecutive Committee.
The Dade County Commission,
which appoints members of the
PHT board, re-appointed B. Boyd
Benjamin, Al Bermejo, Robert E.
Biel, Peggy Bieley and Castle W.
Jordan.
Other members are Melvin V.
Greenberg. Dr. Maria C. Her
nandez, Charles F. Johnson, Jr.,
David A. Kobrin, David L. Paul.
Henrietta E. Waters and Jay W.
Weiss.
Jaycees To Sponsor
Blood Drive
Miami Beach Jaycees will spon
sor s Blood Drive Sunday, Nov. 9,
10 a.m. to 2 p.m. during Lincoln
Road Mall's Community Days
Festival.
As a special service to donors,
the American Red Cross will pro^
vide free mini-physicals. Pulse
rate, blood pressure,
temperature, hemoglobin or iron
level of the blood will be checked
Donors will also he sent a card
showing their individual blood
type, according to Jaycee
spokeswoman Zena Decky.
Fana Holtz High School
Dedicated At Hebrew Academy
Students with gleaming faces,
friends and family with tears of
joy glistening in their eyes, com-
munity dignitaries, councilmen
and the Mayor looked on ss the
sign wss unveiled and the name
'Fana Holtz High School" wss
revealed.
The Rabbi Alexander S. Gross
Hebrew Academy, this past week,
dedicated its High School as the
Fana Holtz High School, com-
memorating a major gift to the
school from the Abel and Fana
Holtz family.
In citing the event. Mayor Alex
Dsoud. called the day a historic
one for Miami Beach, and the
Hebrew Academy. "This event Fas* Holtz
marks the recognition of the Holtz family and the entire com-
munity, in fact, the entire nation, of the Hebrew Academy, whose
record for excellence brings excellence to Miami Beach."
Dr. David Reinhard. president of the Academy, and faculty
members offered messages of congratulations.' Rabbi Yoss
Heber. principal of the High School explained the goals and pro-
jected educational aims of the school, which is the largest Secon-
dary Hebrew Day School in the Southeastern Region of the
United States.
President of the student body. I Ian Sredni. thanked the Holtz
family on behalf of his fellow students and expressed apprecutwn
for their generosity and their understanding of the importance of
Jewiah education.
Fana Holtz. in response to the emotionally filled event explain-
ed that she and her husband learned of the unique program of the
Academy, its educational achievements and the moral and
spiritual teachings to its students, and they too want to identify
with this outstanding community institution.
Ron and Bunny Morris Museum
Of Judaica Nears Completion
Congregation Adath Yeahurun.
Ron and Bunny Morris Museum of
Judaica is nearing completion.
The museum, adjacent to the
Synagogue, will be the home of
Judaic treasures.
The museum is s gift of the Mor-
ris family. "Sensitivity to art, and
commitment to Judaic history,
continuity and study, have made
possible this beautiful addition to
the Shul and to the community,"
Rabbi Simcha Freedman spiritual
lesder said.
The Ron and Bunny Morris
Museum of Judaica will feature
over 30 sculptures donated by ar-
tist. Jacob Sheiniuk. The
acu'ptures. depicting "life in the
Shtetl." the Eastern European
small Jewish communities, from
the 18th. 19th and into the 20th
Century.
The center of the Museum wi
display s Torah Scroll which ar-
rived the Holocaust. Thii Sent
comes from the Jewish commun-
ty of Fridek Myitek n
Csechoslovakia and is over ISO
years old. The cover of the Semi.
created by congregation member
Eileen Brautman. depict* a stors
in the Talmud showing the ar-
rival of the message of the Tonh
and the spirit of s people in the
face of destruction
Rabbi Freedman added "Weirt
a people of history A great peo-
ple. An eternal people Oun i
message of survival and renew.
The museum relates s wonderful
and vibrant chapter in thit
history."
ANN
BARRON
Metro Dad* Fir* Flghtsrs
"The 1,100 members of our organ!
ufIon DeMere met your background
and commitment to thin community
will allow you to serve tha c Wises
of Dado County andmtowtdo quality
tlro/roacuo serWce.
Your friends and neighbors are supporting
Ann Barron
Mayor Steve Clark Mayor Paul Vogei
Comm. Sherman Winn Mayor Irving Peskoe
Comm. George Vaides Vice Mayor Jules Littman
Comm. Clara Oesterle Vice Mayor Eli Lurie
These organizations are supporting
Ann Barron
Concerned Citizens of Mechanics and Aero-
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Owners & Residents of
Sunny Isles
United Teachers of Cade
Dade County AFL-CIO
Building Trades Council
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Space Workers
Hotel and Restaurant
Workers
Police Benevolent
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Dade County Firefignte^
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Marilyn K. Smith Leadership
Forum Begins Monday
Harold Schulweis, Rabbi of
ry Beth Shalom Congregation
[Encino, California will be the
jt speaker at the Second An
J Marilyn K. Smith Leadership
ichment Forum, announced
on Podhurat, president of the
ster Miami Jewish Federa-
. The lecture series honors the
nory of the late Marilyn K.
h and perpetuates her
,_nt spirit and lifelong concern
the learning and sharing of
nsh ideals.
:>i Schulweis was ordained
the Jewish Theological
linary, has a Master's degree
Hebrew Letters from trie
ish Theological Seminary and
ctorate in Theology from the
ic School of Religion at
K.'ley He holds an Honorary
torate of Divinity from the
inary and an honorary Doc
ite of Humane Letters from
Hebrew Union College.
tie Second Annual Marilyn K.
lith Leadership Enrichment
HADASSAH
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Friday, October 31, 1986/The Jewish Floridian Page 7-B
Marilyn K. Smith
Forum will be held on Monday
through Wednesday. Four lec-
tures are planned during the three
day event, and attendance is by in-
vitation only.
NA'AMAT WOMEN
card and Game Party spon-
by the Golda Meir Chapter
lamat will be held Thursday,
6 at 1 p.m. in the social room
tie 100 Lincoln Road Building.
esident Katherine Lippman
the public is invited to par
fpate and there will be
eshments.
>bi Aki va Brilliant, Doctor of
Literature and lecturer
Brael will be the guest speaker
be Wednesday. Nov. 12, 11:30
meeting of the Beba Idelson
pter at the 100 Lincoln Road
ling.
Sther Weinstein is the coor-
r of the program. Irene
>wski, is president.
Sophie Weissman will be the
guest book reviewer at a paid-up
membership luncheon of the liana
Chapter, Thursday, Nov. 6 at
11:30 a.m. at the Winston Tower
100 auditorium.
Lillian Hoffman, president, said
all members who have paid their
dues will be admitted free to the
affair.
Saby Behar Honored
Temple Beth Moshe will hold a
Dinner Dance Sunday night
honoring past president Saby
Behar. The tribute is in recogni-
tion of the generous time and ef-
forts on behalf of Mr. Behar. The
Dinner Dance will be held in the
Clara and Seymour Smoller Ball
Room at Temple Beth Moshe.
Cocktails will be served at 6 p.m.
with dinner to follow at 7 p.m.
Henrietta Szold Chapter of
Hadassah, will hold their Regular
Meeting on Monday, Nov. 10,
noon, at the Hadassah Building,
Miami Beach. A box luncheon will
be available.
"Naomi Nice in the Diamond
Bracelet Caper" is the program
for the next general meeting of
the Naomi Chapter of Hadassah.
The meeting will be held on
Monday, Nov. 10 at 8 p.m. at the
Tamarind Apartments Clubhouse.
Forte Towers Chapter of
Hadassah will meet Monday, Nov.
10, at 1200 West Ave. Auditorium
at 1 p.m.
The Hannah Senesch Chapter of
Hadassah will hold their next
regular meeting at noon, Tuesday
at the Hadassah Region Office.
Bay Harbor Chapter of
Hadassah will meet on Monday,
Nov. 10 at 1 p.m. at Bay Harbor
Town Hall. Guest speaker will be
Dr. Diane Walder.
Hadassah Miami Region
Membership Vice President Bar-
bara Breton Klein announces a
gala membership drive "Hello
Hadassah Sunday" on Nov. 2 at
Dadeland Mall. There will be
booths to enlist new and reenroll
Hadassah members with all of the
30 Miami Chapters participating.
Henrietta Ssold Chapter of
Hadassah, Miami Beach, will hold
their Board Meeting on Monday,
noon, at the Hadassah Building,
Miami Beach.
Next meeting of Stephen S.
Wise Hadassah will be held on
Monday, Nov. 3, at the Ocean
Pavilion at 11:30 a.m. "The World
of Saga Holidays" will be
presented.
CHICAGO TRIBUNE -"Must Sec...Deeply Moviag
IMrect froan Nalkmal lour
For the FIRST TIME in Miami!
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THE J/IDDISH THEATER
-J DIRECT PPOM POLAND *-
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Starring SZYMON SZURMIEJ
nd Actors from THE ESTER RACHEL KAMINSKA
STATE JEWISH THEATER of WARSAW. POLAND
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OF
AN INCREDIBLE
LIVE YIDDISH
MUSICAL!
VIDDDH
, framnng Exetrpii From .
Sholom Alaichem s 'Tavya tha Milkman'
nd "Gold Seakars Antki's "Dyt*uk"
Pereti i -At Night in the Old Market Placa'
Babai Dusk "Tha Song of My Nation".
"Harahata of Oetropole" and "Great Fortune"
and GokJtadan's "Dream"
Simultaneous English
Earphone Translation
Available
Konover Theater
5445 Collins Ave
Miami Beach
Wed Nov. 5.1986
Thurs. Nov 6.1986
Tickets-$20. $25
Group Discounts Available
TICKETS AVAILABLE AT
Select-A-Seat: 1-800-323-SEAT Charge by' Ptwne
Konover Box Office: 865-1500 For Group Discounts Call: 672-7484
A Fradis-Gerdts Production In Association With Vladimir Grocholski
In Cooperatwn With The American Institute Ot Polish Culture_______
HAPPENINGS
Dr Lionel Resnitft will speak as a guest on Montage on Chan-
nel 4 on Sunday. Nov. 2 at 6:30 p.m. on the topic. "Health Care
in the Year 2000." Resnidt. born in Havana 32 years ago. raised
in Miami Beach, conducts research on AIDS at Mt. Sinai Hospital
and Medical Center on Miami Beach.
On Nov 9. the Latin Auxiliary of the Miami Jewish Home and
Hospital for the Aged at Douglas Gardens will present VIP Night
at Les Violins Supper Club. Miami "What we've planned for our
guests is a dinner, dancing and cabaret-style revue." noted Latin
Auxiliary President Daisy Bayzler
Robert A Seidman. son of Estelle Seidman. Miami Beach, has
been promoted in the US Air Force to the rank of master
sergeant. Seidman is a law enforcement supervisor in West Ger-
many, with the 7100th Security Police Squadron He is a 1967
graduate of Miami Beach High School
The Biscayne Chapter of the Embroiderer's Guild of America is
planning a judged and Juried show entitled "Needle Artistry.
1986 The display will be held at the Coral Gables House, on
Nov 9-16. from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. dairy.
The South Miami-Kendall Area Chamber of Commerce an-
nounces the 15th annual South Miami Art Festival to be held
Saturday and Sunday, at 10 a.m. in South Miami on Sunset
Drive between Red Road and U.S. 1
The Miami's For Me organization has announced the dates of
its Second Annual Miami Feeding Miami project; a county-wide
food drive Nov. 10-26. The goal is to collect enough food to feed
10.000 needy families of four for three meals during the
Thanksgiving holiday Last year, the project collected 60.000
cans of food to feed 3.500 families through the efforts of over 300
volunteers.
The Forte Forum announces its 20th consecutive season star-
ting Tuesday, at 1 o'clock, in the auditorium. North Building,
featuring Sophie Prtmak.
The Fourth Annual Defender of Jerusalem Award will be
presented on Thursday. Nov. 6. at a gala dinner in the
Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York. Eryk Spektor. Chair-
man of the Jabotinsky Foundation announced.
Israel Histadrut Campaign of South Florida announces its first
luncheon of the 1966-87 year Nov. 9. at the Konover Hotel at
noon. In memory of its former director Irving Gordon. The pro-
ceeds will fund "The Irving Gordon Laboratory for Optics" at the
Amal School in Rishon-Leziyon. Israel. Elbott EngeJbaum. Ex-
ecutive Director, stated
Registration for Mach Hach Ba'aretz. Bnei Akiva's Israel
leadership program, has opened. Mach Hach is designed
specifically for tenth grade graduates, from the U.S. and Canada.
The six week program includes a variety of Israel experiences,
while learning about Israel's history and religion. "Mach Hach is a
unique living experience." Jerry Yudkowsky. former program
coordinator and currently Shahach in Miami, said
Rabbi Meir Kahane. founder of the Jewish Defense League and
member of the Israeli Parliament, will be the guest of Tradition
Time. Thursday Nov 6. on WVCG. 1080AM dial, between 2
p.m. and 4 p.m. Rabbi Kahane will be dicussing issues affecting
the Jewish community. Ben Zohar. host of Tradition Time will be
the interviewer.
The Honorable Jeane J. Kirkpatrick. former U.S. Ambassador
to the United Nations, will speak on Latin American issues on
Nov 17. The event is co-sponsored by the Women's Manage-
ment Association of Ryder System and the Greater Miami
Chamber of Commerce The program will begin at 6 p.m.
The B'nai B'rtth Bench and Bar Chapter will be hosting a lun-
cheon membership meeting on Monday. Nov. 10. at noon at the
City Club. Southeast Financial Center. Aaron Podhurst. President
of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, will address the
members of the legal community. Podhurst is a Past President of
the Academy of Florida Trial Lawyers.
A half-day seminar to acquaint senior citizens with available
support systems is being planned by the Geriatric Center at
Cedars Medical Center Tided "Advocacy Where Do You Go
to Get What You Need the seminar will be held from 10 a.m. to
12:30 p.m. Wednesday, tot Seminar Center C at Cedars. Dr.
Stanley Margoshes is medical director of the Cedars Geriatric
Center.
Sanford B. MkM has been named Treasurer of the Zoological
Society of Florida. The installation of officers took place at the an-
nual awards dinner.
The South Florida Society of Anesthesiologists has elected new
officers with Nathan Glover. MD. PhD. of Miami. President; Bar-
bara Drabkin. MD. of Hallandale. President Elect Donald
Sokolik. MD. of Hollywood. Secretary-Treasurer.


Pag* 8-B The Jwwh FlocidiM/Frid^y, October 31,
1986
Synopsis of the Weekly Torah Portion
. "And God aavd. L* tkert be ligkt
Ixgkt.from the darknnt"
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BERESHIT God created the world in six days. On the first day
He created the light and called it "day." the darkness He called
"night." On the second day He created the expanse of the
heavens. On the third day the waters were assembled into oceans
and dry land was seen. This was called "earth." Next, vegetation
flourished. On the fourth day the luminaries were fixed in the sky.
On the fifth day. fish, reptiles, and fowl were created. On the
sixth day. the beasts, animals, and man were created. On the
seventh day. God rested from all His labors. Therefore he blessed
the seventh day and sanctified it. Man was created alone: after-
ward. God took a rib from Adam's side and fashioned s wife for
him: Adam called her Eve. mning "the mother of all Irving
things." At first Adam and Eve lived happily in the Garden of
Eden: but they ate the fruit of the forbidden tree of knowledge
and were driven out of Paradise. The sons of man multiplied and
progressed- However, their ways were evil and God decided to
erase all men from the face of the earth. Only Noah found favor in
the eves of God.
recounting ol the Miy Portion ol the Law m attracted and baaed
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Kuttler Named Director Of Camp Judaea
Sandy Kuttler has recently
been named director of Camp
Judaea in Hendersonvukt, after
asmiiig as interim duettos this
past summer. "We are looking
forward to an exciting 1967 camp-
ing season as we celebrate oar
Surer Anniversary Season and
wul dedicate our new dining-room
and kitchen complex sod our new
outdoor chapel." Kuttler said.
Kuttler formerly served as
Hillel Director at Miami Dade
Community College. North and as
the Educational and Youth Direc-
tor at Temple Emanu-El He had
been very active in Jewish educa
txm programs in many South
Florida schools ""w^aUg the
Alexander Muss High School in
Israel program prior to lentiim
the Floods area
Camp Judaea is sponsored by
the Hadaaaah and draws
from all over the South and
Atlantic states and is located
the Blue Ridge Mountains.
in
SaadT K.ttier
West Miami Auxiliary 223 To
Hold Annual Membership Party
West Miami Auxiliary No. 223.
Jewish War Veterans, will hold its
annual Paid Up Membership Par-
ty on Thursday. Oct. 30 at 8 p.m.
at Temple Beth Tov. West Miami.
Membership Senior-Vies Presi-
dent. Charlotte Mittler. an-
nounces that pins will be
presented to members for service.
Entertainment wul be provided
by Greta Fleiaatg. Ma Flrissig has
appeared with the Greater Miami
Opera Company, and at the
Theatre of the Performing Arts.
West Miami Post No. 223 and
Auxiliary will bold s "Gourmet
Nite and Chinese Auction" on
Saturday evening, at 7 p.m. at the
Rsmblewood Condominium
Recreation Room, West Kendall.
Mount Sinai North Adds Visual Acuity Test
Mount Sinai North wants to
sore that you are
Miami in all of its
means being able to set the glow
apassn agamex tne snore, eMteearv
the plusfa grsenary, sad ease into
the cloudless blue ataes.
So starting now. the North
Dads satellite faeihty of
Sinai Medical Center of
acutty
teat to its PRE
Every
day from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m.
residents can get their vision
chscksd and get tested for
gkwnms free. Call Mount Sinai
North for an appointment.
Other fre* screenings, ail being
offered from 9 a.m to 12 noon and
by aypieiilBiasut only, include:
biood pressure on Mondays; col-
orsctal on Tuesdays, diabetes, for
who have not yet been
on Wednesdays, and
a sample breathing
test, will be given on Fridays.
Various Works Of Emma
Lazarus To Be Reviewed
The works of the gifted poetess
of the Status of Liberty. Emms
Lasarum. wfl be reviewed by
Shirley Gross, associated
throughout the years in a variety
of roles with the Rabbi Alexander
S. Gross Hebrew Academy of
Miami Beach, and will be
presented in s pubhc book review
to be held on Thursday afternoon.
Nor. at 1:30 pm at the Miami
Beach Pubhc Library
A Presentation of the Great
Jewmh Books Durueason Series
founded by Samuel Reiser, who
serves as consultant to the ongo-
ing programs, now in its 17th
year. The series features both
riser and modern Jewish books
and is open to the pubhc.
Bar Mitzvah
Stevea Sohel
STEVEN SOBEL
Steven David Sobel, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Peter Sobel will be called
to the Torah as a Bar Mitzvah on
Saturday, at 10:45 am., at Tem-
ple Beth Sholom. Miami Beach.
Florida.
Rabbi Gary Gbckatein will of-
ficiate Steven is a student of the
Confirmation Class of 5749.
Steven will be called to the
Torah as s Bar Mitzvah not only
for himself but also for the Dan
Levin of Riga, Latvia USSR, who
has been denied the freedom to
live his life in the Jewish tradition.
Steven is currently the Presi-
dent of Junior Beahty st Temple
Beth Sholom and was co-president
last year. Steven is a member of
the student council and the year-
book staff st Nautilus Jr. High
School.
His hobbies are art, musk and
drama
STACY FELDMAN
Stacy Beth Feldman. daughter
of Dr. and Mrs Irs M. Feldman.
will be called to the Torah as Bat
Mitzvah on Friday, at Temple
Adsth Yeshurun.
The celebrant is s student in the
Adsth Yeshurun Religious School.
She attends Highland Oaks Jr.
High School where she is in the
8th Grade. In school. Stacy is con-
sidered the Best female athlete.
Dr. and Mrs. Ira Feldman will
host the Oneg Shabbat following
the services in honor of the
occasion.
Biblical Lecture
On Samson
The Biblical figure. Samson, will
be the subject of the public free
lecture in the senes Spiritual
Giants of the Past, taking place on
Wednesday, st 10.30 am., st the
Miami Beach Pubhc Library.
Rabbi Jory Lang, spiritual
leader of Temple Beth El of North
Bay Village, will describe the
heroic yet tragic life of Samson
and his struggle to free the
Israelites from Philistine rule.
Rabbi Lang is s native of Miami
Beach who combines Jewish
scholarship with physical prowess
as a holder of a fifth degree black
belt in Karate, and as such, is uni-
quely suited to analyze the life of
Samson.
Less Than 18 Days
Left In United
Way Campaign
With Just 18 working days un-
til the Nov 18 dose of the United
Wsy Campaign '86. the fundrsis-
ing effort has reached the 40 per-
cent mark. So far. a total of
S7.600.2O9 has been raised
"So far we are on target, but we
have to stay on track." Campaign
Chairman Charles I Babcock. Jr..
chairman. The Babcock Company.
"Now is the time we need all the
volunteers to follow through on
their commitment to Campaign
'86. We need to get the word out
through the medis about this com-
munity effort. That's the only wsy
we're going to make it to $19
million ."
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Study: Churchill Failed To
Help European Jewry
Friday, October 31, 1986/The JewiBh Floridian Page 9-B
Obituaries
Bt MAURICE SAMUELSON
LONDON (JTA) A
highly critical new study of
Sir Winston Churchill, Bri-
tain's wartime leader, finds
him guilty of failing to give
direct help to the Jews of
Europe in their hours of
greatest need.
Contrary to the usual sym-
pathetic Jewish view of Churchill,
it also questions the depth of his
support for the Jewish cause in
Palestine and suggests a strong
trace of opportunism in his sup-
port for Zionism early in his
career.
These are among the key con-
clusions of Prof. Michael Cohen, a
British-born historian who
teaches at Bar Ilan University in
Israel, and is a familiar figure at
several American universities.
HIS CONCLUSIONS seem to
! diverge from those in the
monumental portrait painted by
Churchill's official historian, Dr.
Martin Gilbert, who, like Cohen, is
a British-born Jew. Gilbert's
multi-volume biography is still not
complete, but he has already dealt
with most of the periods covered
by Cohen.
Although Cohen's book has been
in the hands of British newspaper
reviewers for several months,
they have so far given it virtually
no attention. In view of the high
acclaim received by his earlier
books on the emergence of the
modern Middle East, there is a
suspicion that this silence is a
measure of the impact of his
radical reassessment of his
subject.
In a chapter entitled "Churchil
and the Holocaust," Cohen ex-
plores to what extent Churchill
was guilty of turning a blind eye
to the wartime information about
the progress of Hitler's destruc-
tion of European Jewry.
OTHER HISTORIANS have
agreed to single Churchill out as
the one man who did understand
the enormity of the crimes against
the Jews. But Cohen's verdict is
that however much Churchill may
have been moved by the wartime
plight of the Jews, "He was not
willing ... to deal with the pro-
blem personally on any regular
basis."
Of Churchill's Zionism, Cohen
writes that it was not religious or
evangelical in origin, as claimed
for other Gentile Zionists, but was
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based on two "good British"
motives.
First he believed the Zionist
movement commanded powerful
political and economic influence
especially in the U.S. Secondly,
having originally opposed Britain
taking the mandate for Palestine,
he later welcomed the influx of
Zionist capita] and technology into
the country mainly as a way of
minimizing the cost to the British
taxpayer.
Cohen stresses these underlying
attitudes to explain why after the
1944 assassination of his close
friend. Lord Moyne, by Jewish
terrorists, Churchill's sponsorship
of the Zionist cause "jolted to an
abrupt halt."
IT ALSO explained Churchill's
Tutu To
Visit Israel
TEL AVIV (JTA) Ar-
chbishop Desmond Tutu, who was
the 1984 Nobel Peace Prize win-
ner for his campaign to end apar-
theid in South Africa, will be
visiting Israel shortly as the guest
of Israel's International Center
for Peace. The invitation was ex-
tended by phone by Citizens
Rights Movement Knesset
member Yossi Sand.
Sarid said that Tutu replied that
he was accepting the invitation
because it was extended by an
Israeli organization which oppos-
ed apartheid and carried out a
public campaign against that
racist practice.
Tutu, who visited New York in
1984, praised the Jewish people as
"a light unto the nations," but at
the same time expressed criticism
of both Israel and the Arab na-
tions. Addressing some 300
students and guests at the Jewish
Theological Seminary of America,
the black South African human
rights leader said he was distress-
ed by Israel's "collaboration"
with South Africa, which is "car-
rying out policies that are so
reminiscent of Hitler's Aryan
madness."
He also said that he was "sad
that Israel, with the kind of
history and tradition her people
have experienced, should make
refugees of others.
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"stony silence" on the Palestine
drama between the end of the war
and the establishment of Israel.
When he did speak up, writes
Cohen, it was only to chastise the
government for not getting out of
Palestine sooner.
"Thus, during the two periods
of the Jews' greatest need dur-
ing the Holocaust, and the strug-
gle to secure diplomatic recogni-
tion for the State of Israel they
found Chircill wanting," he
concludes.
"Churchill and the Jews," by
Michael Cohen, is published in Bri-
tain by Frank Cass, and in the
United States through Biblio-
Distribution Center in Totowa,
New Jersey.
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DRAYMAN
Harry, 108. of Miami Beach. October 27.
Mr. Drayman had been a resident here for
the past 20 years coming frormWilraington,
Del. He is survived by five sons, Abraham,
Samuel, Jacobs, Robert and William; three
daughters, Ruth Wapner. Cecia Drayman
and Dorothy Reitxes; 21 grandchildren and
12 greatgrandchildren. The Riverside.
BURNS
Harry, 66, of Kendall passed sway October
26. Mr. Bums had made his home here for
the past 39 veers coining from England. He
is survived by his wife Pearl and daughter
Patricia Graveside services and interment
were held at Mt. Nebo Cemetery.
GRAFMAN, Ceeile of North Miami. Levitt
Weinstein.
SCHWARTZ, Milton. 89. of Miami Beach.
Graveside services at Mt Nebo Cemetery
KOPP, Abraham. MD. of Bay Harbor
Island. October 22. Services held in
Brooklyn. New York.
WAKSMAN. Mrs. Ida, of Miami. Rubin
Zilbert,
PAIKIN, Anna Sarah, 74. of Miami Beach.
October 20. Services were held.
DEITSCH. Natalie. October 24 Services
held in Brooklyn, New York. The
Riverside.
OP ALE K. Philip of North Miami Beach. Oc-
tober 25. The Riverside.
SEIDEL, Anns, of Miami Beach. Services
held in New York. The Riverside.
BEILECH. Ellen, 59. of North Miami
Beach, October 23. The Riverside.
IllNTER, Philip, of Miami Beach. October
24. Blasberg Chapel.
FEINERMAN. Dsvid. 86 Blaabsrg Chapel
RAPHAEL, Victor M of Miami Beach.
Rubin-Zilbert
COHON, Ethel Services were held.
DAUER Max, 79. of Miami Beach, October
25. Blasberg Chapel.
CADE8, David G., October 23. Services
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STHRF.IBER. Floyd, 38, of Miami. October
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ALLEN, Lawrence Joseph, 69. of Bay Har-
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MARCH. Kelman. 88. of North Miami, Oc-
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ROTH. Sylvia, 76, of North Miami. October
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ALBERT, Philip, of Miami Beach. Services
were held.
SHAYNE. Anne Mariow, of Miami Beach.
Rubin Zilbert
TEICHNER. Alfred of North Miami Beach.
October 26 The Riverside.
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NOTICE BT PUBLICATION
IN RE The Mirrar of
MERANCIER JOSEPH.
and
NELLY DIEUDONNEE
JOSEPH.
TO NELLY DIEUDONNEE
JOSEPH
173 Street Reunion
Port Au Prince HAITI
YOU ARE HEREBY
NOTIFIED that a petition for
DISSOLUTION Or MARRIAGE
haa bm (Bad and aaaaajj m
thai court and you arc raquirad to
aarra a copy of your written
djjaa. if any. to it on USHER
BRYN. ESQ.. attorney for Pea
boner, whoa* ddraai m 420 Lin
coin Road Suit* S09 Maim Beach.
Florida SS1S9 and fit* the original
with the dark of the above styled
court on or btfow Norcmbflr Zl,
1986. eaeeTBflM a default will be
antarad against you for the rabef
prayed for in the complaint or
WITNESS my hand and the teal
of aaid court at Miami. Florida on
thia 8 day of Ortobar. 1MB
RICHARD P. BRINKER
A. Clark. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By DIANA CAMPBELL
A* Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
Attorney for Petitioner
USHER BRYN. ESQ.
420 Lincoln Road Suite 809
Miami Beach. Florida 33139
(PhoneMS06) 532-1156
11296 October 17. 24. 31.
November 7. 1986
NOTICE I'NDEB
FICTmOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the imdarsagned. Jenii ilia, to
engage m buameea under the fic-
OOous name ARNOLD'S HOT
DOGS at 1200 Waat Avenue. No.
521. Mauni Batch. Florida 33139
intend Jo legist ai aaid name with
the Clark of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida.
ARNALDO DEL PINO
EDNA DEL PINO
ALBOUMand FURLONG
Attorney for
ARNALDO DEL PINO
SSI Arthur Godfrey Road. No 104
Miami Beach. PL 33140
Telephone No. (306) 538-6741
11288 October 17. 24. 31.
November 7. 1986
NOTICE Or ACTION
CON8TBUCTTVB 8BBTICE
(NO rBOTBBTT)
D* TBB CIBCUTT COUBT OP
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIBCUTT Or PLOBIDA. IN
AND FOB DADS COUNTY
Ctefl Aetaee Ha. 88-44174 (3i
IN RE The Marriage of
JOSE JOACHIM MECA VAGOS.
and
ISABEL M CANECO MARTINS
TO ISABEL M. CANECO
MARTINS
Pane 2 Barrancoa Primer
Piao
Naaare 2460. Portugal
YOU ABB HEREBY NOT!
PIED that an action for
of Merman "* bean
you and you are
to aarre a copy of your
if any. to it on
BAPAEL E PADIEBNE.
for Pitsaoaar. whoae
i IBM S.W. Pint Street.
State 324. huaau. Florida 33188.
and Se the orarmeJ with the clerk
of the above etgrlad court on or
before November tl. 1986.
otherwaM a default wfl ha antored
agaiast yon for the relief
once each weak for fear
coaeecetive weeki ia THE
JEWISH FLOBJIHAN
WITNESS my
gfl
thai 14th day of <
BJCHABD P BBINEBB
Aa dark. Qreaat Court
Dade County. Florida
By JBNNB L BUSBELL
Aa Deputy dark
(Otaat Court SeeJ)
RAPAEL r PADIEBNE. ESQ
IBM S.W fkfat Street No 324
IN THE CIRCUIT COUBT FOB
DADB COUNTY. FLOBIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
FILE NO. 4-484
DIVISION 02
(rVariem Bar No 833330)
IN RE:ESTATE OF
JOHN E BARNHARDT
Daceaaed
notice or
ADMINISTRATION
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING
CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
AGAINST THE ABOVE
ESTATE AND ALL OTHER
PERSONS INTERESTED IN
SAID ESTATE:
YOU ARE HEREBY
NOTIFIED that the administrs
boo of the eatate of JOHN E.
BARNHARDT. dicanned, late of
Dade County. Florida. File
Number 888049. i* pending in the
Circuit Court in and for Dade
County. Florida, Probate Dmeson.
the addraaa of which ia Dade Coun-
ty Courthouee. 73 Watt Flagier
Street, Miami. Florida 33130. The
name and addraaa of the paraonal
repreaentatrre and the peraonal
representative s attorney are set
forth below.
AD paraona intereatad in the
eatate are required to file with thia
court. WITHIN THREE MON-
THS OF THE FIRST PUBUCA
TION OF THIS NOTICE: (1) all
claim* againet the eatate and (2)
any objecoon by an intareatad per
eon on whom thia notice waa eerv-
ad that challenge* the vabdity of
the will, the qualifications of the
peraonal ietaeeeutotivs, venue, or
jurisdiction of the court.
ALL CLAIMS. DEMANDS.
AND OBJECTIONS NOT SO FIL
ED WILL BE FOBEVER
BARRED
Peraonal Representative
ROBERTA CULLMAN
1307 Fountain Avenue
EvanaviBe. Ind 47710
First publication of thia notice of
administration on the 31 day of Oc-
tober. 1M8.
Moaaa J. Grundwerg
Of Law Officea of
HAYS. GRUNDWERG A VANN
28 Weat Flager St.. Suite 800
Miami. Florida 33130
(306)379-8436
Attorney for Peraonal
Representative
12326 October 31.
November 7.1986
IN THE CIBCUrT COUBT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIBCUrr DI AND FOB DADE
COUNTY. PLOBIDA
GENBBAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
File Number: 84-3141*
Drvtolaa: 18
Fiend* Bar N* 21MM
NOTICE OP ACTION
DONALD N. APPLEBAUM.
Plain tiff.
vs.
GUENTHER J SCHINAGL and
THOMAS J. SCHINAGL
Defendant*
TO Guenther J. Schinagi and
Thomaa J Schinagi
A4890 Schnanenatadt
Stadpbtta 36. Auatna
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that an action to Foredoee
two Mortgagee recorded on June
14. 1983. in 0 R Book 12641. Page
660. and at Page 663. of the Pubhc
Recorda of Dade County. Florida.
haa bean Sad again* all known
and unknown iutai sated partiea.
Said Mortgage waa recorded
!* the following deecnbiil
real property, to MB
LOT 6. Block 44. of Ocean
Beach Addition No. 3.
according to the Plat thereof.
recorded m Plat Book 2 Page
8. of the Public Recorda of
Dade County. Florida.
Aa an attar eated party with some
thai action, you are
to aarre a copy of your
if any. to A on
ABBAHAM A. GALBUT.
ESQUIRE. PlemtaTs Attorney
whoae addraaa M8 Waahangton
Avenue, aaw Beach Florida
33139. on or before December 5.
1MB. and fBe the orkjmal with the
dark of thai Court eather before
a Attorney of
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 88-6438
Division 04
IN RE:ESTATE OF
MATHIAS GOLDSTEIN
Deceased
NOTICE
OF ADMINISTRATION
The administration of the estate
of MATHIAS GOLDSTEIN.
deceased. File Number 86-6438 04.
i* pending in the Circuit Court for
Dade County. Florida, Probate
Division, the address of which ia 73
West Flagier Street. Miami.
Florida 33130. The names and
addresies of the personal
representative and the personal
representative's attorney are set
forth below.
All interested persons are
required to file with this court,
WTTHm THREE MONTHS OF
THE FUtST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE: (1) all claims
against the estate and (2) any
objection by an interested person
on whom this notice was served
that challenges the validity of the
will, the qualifications of the
personal representative, venue, or
jurisdiction of the court.
ALL CLAIMS AND OB
JECTIONS NOT SO FILED
WILL BE FOREVER BARRED
Publication of this Notice has
begun on October 31. 1986
Personal Representative:
Herbert Goldstein
4440 Circle Road
Montreal. Quebec. Canada
Attorney for Personal
Representative
JOSHUA D. MANASTER.
ESQUIRE
1428 Brickell Avenue. Eighth
Floor
Telephone: (306) 374-6762
12322 October 31:
November 7. 1986
October 17. 84. 81.
7. 1M8
ha
you for the rebel
RICHARD P BRTNEER
dark of the Cutset Court
Br DIANA CAMPBELL
Deputy Clark
Dated thai 27th daw of October
1MB
12327 Ortobar 31.
NOTICE UNDEB
FICTmOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, deeiring to
engage in business under the fie
uuoui name ARCHITECTURAL
HOMES at 337 Palermo Avenue.
Coral Gabies. Florida 33134 in-
tends to register said name with
the Clark of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Ftorida.
ALEMAR INVESTMENTS
CORP.
HOMES BY FONT. INC.
By: Miguel Font
VEGA AND PEREZ
Attorneys for Alemar Investment*
corp. and Homes by Font. Inc.
382 Minorca Avenue
Suite 101
Coral Gables. Florida 33134
11289 October 17. 24.31:
November 7, 1986
Roberta Gotheb
Robert M Sebwarts
AtXoTtMy lor ApfptKBftt
MM N.E lCBrd St
SusteSOO
North Mmaa Beach. PL MISS
12310 Ortobar 34. 31.
r7.14.1*86
NOTICE UNDEB
PKTmOU8 NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, deewing to
engage in buatneas under the fic-
titious name FOOIVRAFTERS
DISTRIBUTING CO. FOOD
CRAFTERS DISTRIBUTING
COMPANY at 3400 N.W. 67th
Street. Miami. FL 33147 intend*
to ragiator said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida
FINE DISTRIBITING
CORPORATION
BY: IRVING F1EN.
PRESIDENT
LYNN W FROMBERG.
ESQUIRE
Attorney for FINE
DISTRIBUTING CORPORATION
12325 October 31.
November 7.14. 21
IN THE CIBCUIT COUBT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIBCUTT OF FLORIDA IN
AND FOB DADE COUNTY
GENERAL JUBI8DICTION
DIVISION
CASE NO. 84-43288 CA-08
NOTICE OF ACTION
02481
GREAT FINANCIAL
FEDERAL.
Plaintiff
vs.
AUGUSTO ROSADO. et ux. et
at,
Defendant*
TO: AUGUSTO ROSADO and
MYRNA ROSADO. his wife
12944 S W 48 Street
Miami. Florida 33175
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an
action for Foreclosure of Mortgage
on the following described
property:
Lot 8. Block 11. ROY ALE
GREEN
TOWNHOUSE
SECTION FOUR,
according to the Plat
thereof, as recorded in
Plat Book 90. Page 38.
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. 1670 Madruga Avenue. Coral
Gables. Florida 33146. on or before
November 28. 1986 and file the
anginal with the Clerk of this
Court either before service on
Plaintiff's attorney or immediately
thereafter, otherwise a default will
be entered against you for the
relief demanded in the complaint
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of thai Court this 22nd day of
October. 1986.
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk of the Court
By DIANA CAMPBELL
As Deputy Clark
12323 October 31.
November 7. 14.21,1986
NOTICE UNDEB
nCTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
to
the fie-
of The hfiatni Mkak
Co. at ii r r 20710 Highland
i the City of Maun.
I to register the said
name with the Clerk of the Circurt
Court af Dade County, Florida
Dated at Mmaa. Florida, that 13
day of October 1MB
NOTICE UNDEB
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, desiring to
engage in business under the fic-
titious name PARKER PAGE
GROUP at 111 N W. 183 St.. Suite
514, Miami. Fl. intend* to register
said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
By Harry Harferust.
Sole Owner
Attorney for Parker Page Group
Antonio Torrent. Jr
Roeeano. Torrent A Leyte-V'idal.
PA
701 S.W 27 Ave Suite 625
Miami. Fl 33136
Telephone (306)5412266
12324 October 31.
November 7. 14.21.1986
IN THE CIBCUIT COUBT FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 84-4110
IN RE ESTATE Off
OLGA GERSTENFELD.
a/Va OLGA TERSCH
GERSTENFELD.
Deceased
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
The administration of the estate
of Oljra Gerstenfeld. deceased. File
Number 88-4110. is pending in the
Circuit Court for Dade County.
Florida, Probate Division, the ad-
dress of which is Dade County
Courthouse. 73 West Flagier
Street. Miami. FL 33130 The
names and addresses of the per-
sonal representative and the per-
sonal representative 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 eatate and (2) any ob-
jection by an intereatad person on
whom this notice was served that
challenges the vabdity 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 baa
begun on October 31. 1986
Personal Rapraamtativai:
EVA BERMAN
SIDNEY BERMAN
911 Hardee Road
Coral Gables. PL 33144
Attorney for Peraonal
Rstaiaaiilatiiaa:
Sparber. Shevin. Shape. Heubron
ner A Book. PA
One Southeast Third Avenue
Maum. FL 33131
Telephone (305)347-4700
12330 October 31.
7.1M8
IN THE CIBCUIT COURT FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Namber 844719
Diviaioa 02
IN RE: ESTATE OF
DOROTHY DLATT.
Deceased
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
The administration of the estate
of DOROTHY DLATT. deceased.
File Number 88-5719, is pending in
the Circuit Court for Dade County,
Florida, Probate Division, the ad
drees of which is 73 West Flagier
Street. Miami. Dade County,
Florida. The names and addresses
of the personal representative and
the personal repreeentative'i at-
torney are set forth below.
All interested persons are re-
quired to file with this court,
WITHIN THREE MONTHS OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE: (1) all claims
against the eatate 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
begun on October 31. 1986
Personal Representative:
JOSEPH S KAVENOFF
4780 S.W 2nd Street
Miami. FL 33134
Attorney for Personal
Representative
Law Offices of Franklin D
Kreutxer
3041 N.W. 7th Street.
Suite 100
Miami. Florida 33125
Telephone: (306) 541 2506
12331 October 31;
November?. 1986
NOTICE UNDER
ncrmous name law
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, desiring to
engage in business under the fic-
titious name INTERAMERICAN
SECURITY SERVICES (1SS) at
810 NE 199th St.. No. C-205.
North Miami Beach. Florida 33179
intends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida
David Frank
FRANK. STRELKOW A GAY
Attorneys for Interamencan
Security Services (ISS)
12312 October 24. 31.
November 7. 14. 1986
NOTICE UNDEB
FICTmOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned. J swing to
engage in business under the
fictiUoua name SOUTHEAST
PRINTING SERVICES, at P.O
Box 144936. Miami. Florida 33116.
intends to register aaid name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida
South seat Printing Service* Inc
Michael A Frank
Attorney for Southeast Printing
Service* lac.
12319 October 244L
November 7. 14. 1986
ELEVENTH CIRCUIT COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
CASE NO. 84-41104
IN RE The Marriage of.
FELIX ALONSO.
Petitioner
and
ROSA MARINA GOODMAN
ALONSO
Respondent
TO- ROSA MARINA GOODMAN
ALONSO. Raadence unknown,
you shall serve copy of your
Answer to the Petition for Diasohi
bon of Marriage upon GEORGE
NICHOLAS. Attorney. 612 Nor-
thwest 12th Ave.. Miami. Florida.
33134. and file original with Court
Clark on or before November 7.
1986. otharwiee a default will be
For Legal Forms
Call 373-4605
October 6. 1986
RICHARD BRINKER
BY CLARINDA BROWN
11282 October 10. 17.24.31.1984
NOTICE UNDEB
FKTTTrOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
to
the
fictitious name EQUI DEBT
FINANCIAL GBOUP. INC
D/B/A EMSI CORP at 2600 E
Hallandal* Beach Blvd..
HaBendele. Florida 33008.
to isglataa aax
Clerk of the Carcust Court at Dade
County. Florida.
Gabriel BmMaaa
12318 October 24.31.
rf. 14.1M6
IN THE CIBCUIT COURT BM
DADE COUNTY. FLORmT
PBOBATE DIVISION
File Namber 84-5801
Dtvieiea 02
IN RE: ESTATE OF
KATHRYN H. RIDLEY
Deceased
NOTICE
OP ADMINISTRATION
The adnuniatration of th earn
of KATHRYN H RIdleT
deceased. File Number 86-5801
pending m the Circuit Court b
Dade County, Florida. F>oh
Di vision, the address of which a 71
West Flagier Street, MkJ
Florida 33130 The r*Wmj
addresses of the persooal
representative and the per***;
representative's attorney are M
forth below
All interested persons art
required to file with this court
WITHIN THREE MONTHSor
THE FIRST PUBLICATION Of
THIS NOTICE: (1) all dam
againet the estate and (2) >
objeetjon by an interested pen*
to whom this notice was ajajM
that challenges the validity of the
will, the qualifications of the
peraonal representative, venue, or
jurisdiction of the court
ALL CLAIMS AND OB-
JECTIONS NOT SO FILED
WILL BE FOREVER BARRED
Publication of this Note ha
begun on October 31. 1986
Peraonal Representative
ROBERT L RIDLEY
8226 S.W. 63rd Coot
Miami. FL 33143
Attorney for Personal
Representative
Alfred R. Palmer Esq
Palmer A Palmer. PA
1600 Monae Ave Suite 200
Coral Gables. FL 33146
Telephone (306) 666-6704
Fm. Bar No 060918
12329 October 31
November 7.1JM
IN THE CIBCUIT COURT Of
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIBCUTT IN AND FOB DADE
COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENEBAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
CASE NO. M-M71444
NOTICE OF SUIT -
MORTGAGE FORECLOSIU
847183
SOPHIE JACOBS,
Plaintiff.
vs.
MOSHE LAHAV and JASON
MANAGEMENT INC
Defendants
YOU. MOSHE LAHAV
residence unknown, arc hen*;
notified that a Complaint :
foredoee certain mortgage* on the
foUowing described property t
wit
Unit No. 204. TALL TREES
CONDOMINIUM.
Condominium according W
the Declaration of
Condomnuum. *. reo>rded m
Official Records Book 7933 it
Page 909 of the Pubbc
Recorda of Dade County.
Florida.
has been filed against you and jw
are required to serve a copy a"
your Answer or Pleadm* to*
Complaint on the Plaintiffi
attorney. BERNARD B0BE1
ESQUIRE. Leff Pesetaky Zed.
PJL. 1387 N.E 162nd BM
North Miami Beach, norm
33182. Telephone (306i 945-7501.
and file the original .Answer
Pteadmgs kj the office of the Oat
of the Circuit Court on or bah"
the 6th day of December. 19*
you fail to do so. judgment bj
default will be taken against yes
for the rehef demanded m
Complaint .
THIS NOTICE shall *
pubhehed once each week forfc*
eonm^utrv. weeks* the JEWBH
FLORIDIAN
DONE AND ORDERED *
Miami Florida, tha 29th day
October. 1984 _.
RICHARD P BRINKER. d*
Circuit Court. Dade 0ms*
Br C. P COPELAND
BERNARD BOBER. ESJCBI
Leff Peaetaky 8 Zack. PA
Attorney* far Plamuff
1387 N.E. 182nd Street
North Miami Beach, FL S31
Tetenhea* (306) "-,
12S28 0ttT,m
November 7. 14. t
et
Jl
I
fl
Call
373-4605
For
Legal Forms


Foreclosure Sales Public Notices
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE 8BBVICE
(Ns Property)
|N THE CIBCUIT COUBT OF
BE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
tClTT IN AND FOB DADE
COUNTY. FLOBIDA
kU Action No. 64-44590 (M)
ACTION FOB DISSOLUTION
OF MABBIAGE
Florid* Bar Ne. 221351
^LL LEE MATHEWS.
Petitioner Husband.
_.E MATHEWS.
jspondent/Wife.
& JANET E MATHEWS
5506 N.E. 7th Street
Miami Florida
yOC ARE HEREBY NOT!
IV that an Action for
jluoon of Marhafv hai been
, against you and you are
iired to aerve a copy of your
en defenses, if any, to it on
A Sihrer, attorney for
nuff. whose address is 160
2nd Avenue. Suite 1S26,
Florida S31S1. and file the
1 with the dark of the above
rd court on or before
nber 21, 1906. otherwise s
t will be entered against you
e relief demanded in the
unt or petition,
notice shall be published
ce each week for four
secutive weeks in THE
WSH FLORIDIAN.
. ESS my hand and the seal
I court at Miami. Florida on
15th day of October. 1986
RICHARD P BBINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By S. BOBES
As Deputy Clerk
IS Siver
iomey or Petitioner
IS E. 2nd Avenue
132*
. Florida 33131
horn- 1306)374-4888
October 17. 24. 31,
November 7. 1986
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONgTBUCTTVE SEBVICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COUBT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIBCUTT OF FLOBIDA. IN
AND FOB DADE COUNTY
Civil Artie. No. 80-44414-18
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN RE: The Marriage of
ORTELIO VIERA.
Petitioner,
and
JOAQUINA VIERA.
Respondent
TO JOAQUINA VIERA
Residence Unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that a petition for
Dissolution of Marriage has been
filed and commenced in this court
and you are required to serve s
copy of your written defenses, if
any, to it on MELVTN J. ASHER,
ESQ., attorney for Petitioner,
whose address is 826 South
Bayshore Drive, Suite 548, Miami.
Florida 33131, and file the original
with the derk of the above styled
court on or before November 21,
1986. otherwise a default will be
entered against you for the relief
prayed for in the complaint or
petition.
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of said court at Miami. Florida on
this 16th day of October, 1986.
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By C.P. COPELAND
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
12306 October 17. 24.31;
November 7. 1986
NOTICE OF ACTION
[INSTRUCTIVE SEBVICE
(NO PROPERTY I
| THE CIBCUIT COUBT OF
m I ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
ftCVn OF FLOBIDA. IN
FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Aetioa No 80-40*26
IE THE MARRIAGE OF
PONA QUINTAL
titionerWife.
OY TAYLOR
ondent/Huaband
Fitzroy Taylor
i Avenue
nent El 5th Floor
uyn. New York 11226
H ARE HEREBY
BFIED that an action for
Uution of Mamage has been
[against you and you are re-
' > serve a copy of your writ-
efenses. if any, to it on
MAM A. GALBUT. ES-
attorney for Petitioner,
I address is 999 Washington
Miami Beach, Florida
nd file the original with
I of the above styled court
' Wore November 11. 1986,
t default will be entered
! you for the relief demand
I complaint or petition,
notice shall be published
lach weak for four con
eks in THE JEWISH
MAN.
SSS my hand and the seal
I court at Miami. Florida on
J of October. ISM.
UCHARD P. BBINKER
i Clerk. Circuit Court
I Dad* County. Florida
| By C.P COPELAND
A Deputy Clerk
'Court Seal)
HAM A GALBUT.
[IRE
fuhington Avenue
] Beach. Florida 33139
(306) 672-3100
.'for
f Bar No 210889
| October 10.17.24.81. 1986
NOTJCrTuNOCrl
TmouS NAME LAW
IS HEBEBY GIVEN
1 "fxteraurned. desiring to
1 t business under the fk
. ""me FOODCRAFTERS
"BITING CO. at 3400
1 Street. Miami. Florida.
'Mends to register said
"the Clerk of the Circuit
' Dade County, Florida
L^'DC RAFTERS
DISTRIBUTING CO
BV IRVING FIEN.
PRESIDENT
Fromberg, Esq.
n,y for Foodcrafters
PfagO*.
October 17. 24, 31;
November 7, 1986
IN THE CIRCUIT COUBT FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 86-5855
Division 03
IN RE: ESTATE OF
ALBERT COHEN
Deceased
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
The administration of the estate
of ALBERT COHEN, deceased.
File Number 86-5855. is pending in
the Circuit Court for DADE Coun
ty. Florida. Probate Division, the
address of which is 73 West
Flagier Street. Miami. Florida
The names and addresses of the
personal representative and the
personal 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
begun on October 24. 1986
Personal Representatives:
FLORA PORTNOY
14699 N.E. 18 Ave.
N. Miami, Florida 33181
ALAN H. PINKWASSER
2146 N.E. 204 Street
N. Miami Beach. Florida 33179
Attorney for Personal
Representatives:
ALAN H. PINKWASSER
2146 N.E. 204 Street
N. Miami Beach. Florida 33179
Florida Bar No. 1
Attorney for Personal
Representatives:
ABRAHAM A. GALBUT
Galbut. Gelbut 4 Menin
999 Washington Ave.
Miami Beach. Florida 33139
Telephone: (306) 672-3100
Florida Bar No. 210889
12317 October 24. 31. 1986
ELEVENTH CIBCUIT COUBT
DADB COUNTY, FLOBIDA
CASE NO. 06-4J107
IN BE: The Marriage of:
JOSEPH SERAPHIN
ANGERVILLE
Petitioner.
and
SOPHIA L. ANGERVILLE
Respondent-
TO: SOPHIA L
ANGERVILLE. Residence
unknown, you shall serve copy of
your Answer to the Petition for
Dissolution of Marriage upon
OEORGE NICHOLAS. Attorney.
612 Northwest 12th Ave.. Miami.
Florida 33136, and file original
with Court Clerk on or before
November 21. 1986. otherwise s
default will be entered.
Dated. October 14. 1986
RICHARD P BRINKER
By: DIANA CAMPBELL
12303 October 17. 24.31;
November 7, 1986
IN THE CIRCUIT COUBT FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Nasaber 86-5767
Division 02
IN RE: ESTATE OF
ROSE C. LEIBOWITZ,
Deceased
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
The administration of the estate
of ROSE C LEIBOWITZ, deceas
ed. File Number 86-5767, is pen
ding in the Circuit Court for Dade
County, Florida. Probate Division,
the address of which is 73 West
Flagier Street. Miami, Florida
33130. The names and addresses
of the personal representative and
the personal representative's at-
torney are set forth below
All interested persons are re
quired to file with this court
WITHIN THREE MONTHS OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE: (1) all claims
against the estate and (2) any ob-
jection by an interested person on
whom this notice was served that
challenges the validity of the will.
the qualifications of the personal
representative, venue, or jurisdic-
tion of the court.
ALL CLAIMS AND OBJEC-
TIONS NOT SO FILED WILL BE
FOREVER BARRED.
Publication of this Notice has
begun on October 24. 1986.
Personal Representatives:
HERMAN LEIBOWITZ,
5151 Collins Avenue
Miami Beach, FL
BARBARA BROOKE GOMPERS
4400 Hillcrest Drive.
Hollywood, FL
SHELDON WALLERSTEIN.
909 Orlando Drive,
Forked River, NJ
Attorney for Personal
Representatives:
SYDNEY S. TRAUM 093392
Myers, Kenin. Levinson &
Richards
1428 Brickell Avenue
Miami. FL 33131
Telephone: (305) 371-9041
12315 October 24, 31, 1986
Friday, October 31, 1986/The Jewish Floridian Page 11-B
IN THE CIRCUIT COUBT FOB
DADE COUNTY. FLOBIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Nasaber 84-6496
Diviaioa 04
IN RE: ESTATE OF
LEOPOLD MESSINGER
Deceased
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
(Fleriia Bar Ne. 040*20)
The administration of the estate
of LEOPOLD MESSINGER.
deceased. File Number 86-6696. is
pending in the Circuit Court for
Dade County, Florida, Probate
Division, the address of which is 73
West Flagier Street. Miami,
Florida 33130. The names and ad
dresses of the personal repreeen
tative and the personal repreeen
tative's attorney are set forth
below
All interested persons are re-
quired to file with this court,
WITHIN THREE MONTHS OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE: (1) 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
Pabhcanon of this Notice has
begun on October 24. 1986.
Personal Representative
BERTHA MESSINGER
2371 Collins Avenue
Apartment BS39
Miami Beach. Florida 33139
ALAN B. LORBER. P. A.
Attorney for Personal
Representative
By: ALAN B. LORBER
1111 Lincoln Road. Suite 680
Miami Beach, Florida 33139
Telephone (306) 638-1401
12313 October 24.31, 1986
NOTICE OF ACTION
CON8TBUCTIVE SEBVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIBCUIT COUBT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIBCUTT OF FLOBIDA. W
AND FOB DADE COUNTY
Civil Artie. Nel 84-45537-24
ACTION FOB DISSOLUTION
OF MABBIAGE
FLOBIDA BAB NO. UM76
IN RE: The Mamage of
JAVIER MAQUEDA
Petitioner/Husband,
and
MAXI ROMERO.
Respondent/Wife.
TO: Man Romero
Calle Bejar No. 43
Barcelona. Spain
YOU ARE HEREBY
NOTIFIED that an action for
Dissolution of Marriage has been
filed against you and you are re-
quired to serve a copy of your writ-
ten defenses, if any. to it on Ana
Martin-Lavielle. Esq., attorney for
Petitioner, whose address is 1800
S.W. 1st Street, Suite 324. Miami,
Florida 33136, and file the original
with the derk of the above styled
court on or before Nov. 28, 1986;
otherwise a default will be entered
against you for the relief demand-
ed in the complaint or petition.
This notice shall be published
once each week for four con-
secutive weeks in THE JEWISH
FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of said court at Miami, Florida on
this 22 day of October, 1986.
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By T. CASAMAYOR
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
ANA MARTTN-LAVIELLE
ESQ.
Law Offices of Rafael E Padierne.
PA.
1800 S.W. 1st Street. Suite 324
Miami. Florida 33135
(306) 649-6486
Attorney for Petitioner
12321 October 24. 31;
November 7. 14. 1986
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEBEBY GIVEN
that the under signed, desiring to
engage in niieiniiss under the fic-
titious names United Pool In-
dustries. Inc. a/k/a Sally Dysart.
Inc.. Dyaart's Pool ft Patio World;
Dysart Pooh; Dysart. the Swimm-
ing Pool People; Fiberglass Pool of
America, Inc.; at 16160 Biacayne
Boulevard, No. Miami Beach.
Florida 33160 intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
United Pool Industries. Inc.
Ruth Gana. President
11286 October 10. 17.24.31. 1986
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No. 86-41137 FC 10
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: The Mamage of
ALPHONSINE GUILLAUME
also known as ALPHONSINE
WILLIAMS
Petitioner/Wife
and
HAROLD WILLIAMS.
Respondent/Husband
TO: Mr. Harold Williams
Residence Unknown
Last Known Address: (Street
Number Unknown)
Bay Street
Nassau. Bahamas
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that an action for Diasolu
uon of Marriage has been filed
against you and you are required
to serve a copy of your written
defenses, if any, to it on Bruce J.
Scheinberg, attorney for Peti-
tioner, whose address is 420 Lin-
coln Road, Suite 512, Miami
Beach, Florida 33139. and file the
original with the derk of the above
styled court on or before
November 7. 1986; otherwise a
default will be entered against you
for the relief demanded in the com-
plaint or petition.
This notice shall be published
once each week for four con-
secutive weeks in THE JEWISH
FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of said court at Miami. Florida on
this 1st day of October. 1986.
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By: DIANA CAMPBELL
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
Bruce J. Scheinberg
420 Lincoln Road. Suite 512
Miami Beach, Florida 33139
Tdephone: (305) 538-7575
Attorney for Petitioner
11278 October 10. 17. 24. 31. 1986
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, desiring to
engage in business under the
fictitious name Fabian Realty at
439 Arthur Godfrey Road. Miami
Beach. Florida 33139, intends to
register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
Howard Fabian
Licensed Real Estate Broker
12311 October 24.31;
November 7. 14. 1986
IN THE CIRCUIT COUBT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIBCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
Case No. 86-44097 (M)
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
Bat No. 564079
BELMAR CONDOMINIUM
ASSOCIATION. INC., a Florida
not-for profit corporation,
Plaintiff,
vs.
CESAR A AVILES and
GLADYS M. AVILES,
Defendants,
TO: CESAR A. AVILES
GLADYS M AVILES
YOU. CESAR A AVILES and
GLADYS M. AVILES. residences
unknown, are required to file your
answer to the complaint to
foreclose condominium lien with
the Clerk of the above Court and
serve s copy thereof upon the
plsintiffs attorneys, COHEN,
COHEN A COHEN, 622 S. W. 1st.
Street, Miami. Fla. 33130. on or
before November 14. 1986, or dse
petition will be confessed.
WITNESS my hand and seal of
this Court, at Miami. Dade County.
Florida, this October 10, 1986
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk Circuit Court
By E. Seidl
Deputy Clerk
11297 October 17.24,31;
November 7,1986
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTBUCnVE SEBVICE
PBOPEBTY
IN THE CIRCUIT COUBT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIBCUTT OF FLOBIDA. Di
AND FOB DADE COUNTY
Civil Artie. No. 86-42826 06
ACTION FOB DISSOLUTION
OF MARRI ACE
Florida Bar No. 239415
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF
FATMI M. MASRI,
and
REDWEAN KHAZMA MASRI,
TO: REDWEAN KHAZMA
MASRI
8120 S.W. 15th Street
Miami. Florida 33144
YOU ARE HEREBY
NOTIFIED that an action for
Dissolution of Marriage has been
filed against you and you are re-
quired to serve s copy of your writ-
ten defenses, if any, to it on
RAFAEL E. PADIERNE, at
torney for Petitioner, whose ad-
dress is 1800 S.W. First Street,
Suite 324, Miami, Florida 33135,
and file the original with the clerk
of the above styled court on or
before November 14, 1986; other
wise a default will be entered
against you for the relief demand
ed in the complaint or petition.
This notice shall be published
once each week for four con-
secutive weeks in THE JEWISH
FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of said court at Miami, Florida on
this 10 day of October, 1986.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By DIANA CAMPBELL
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
RAFAEL E. PADIERNE, ESQ.
1800 S.W. First Street, Suite 324
Miami, Florida 33136
(306)649-6486
Attorney for Petitioner
11296 October 17.24.31;
November 7.1986
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTBUCTTVE SEBVICE
DX THE CIBCUIT COUBT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIBCUIT OF FLOBIDA. IN
AND FOB DADE COUNTY
Civil Aetioa Ne. (6-43173 (27)
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN RE: The Mamage of
GREGORIO HERRERA
Petitioner
and
DENISE ANNE HERRERA
Respondent
TO: DENISE ANNE HERRERA
112 Saltereek Road Lot 21
Savannah. GA 31406
YOU ARE HEREBY
NOTIFIED that a petition for
DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE
has been filed and commenced in
this court and you are required to
serve a copy of your written
defenses, if any. to it on USHER
BRYN. ESQ. attorney for Pen
?oner, whose address is 420 Lin-
coln Road Suite 309 Miami Bosch,
Florida 33139 and file the original
with the dark of the above styled
court on or before November 14,
1906; otherwise a default will be
entered against you for the relief
prayed for in the eompKint or
petition.
! WITNESS my hand and the seal
j of said court at Miami, Florida on
I this 8 day of October, 1986.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
As Clark, Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By DIANA CAMPBELL
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
Attorney for Petitioner:
USHER BRYN, ESQ.
420 Lincoln Road Suite 309
Miami Beach. Florida 33139
(Thone) (806) 632-1166
11292 October 17. 24.81;
_______________November 7.1986
IS THB CIBCUIT COUBT
OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLOBIDA
FAMILY DIVISION
Case Ne.: 80-43910
Florida Bar Ne.: 349276
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTBUCTTVE SEBVICE
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF:
GUILLERMO PANIAGUA.
Petitioner.


AFFIDAVIT UNDER
KI STATE OF FLORIDA
COUNTY OF DADE
The undersigned, under oath,
says; It is the intention of the
undersigned to engage in a
business enterprise under the fic-
titious name of CAPLAN/
MARKOWITZ PROCESS
SERVERS located at 19 West
Flagier Street in the city of Miami,
Dade County. Florida.
Those interested in said enter-
prise, and the extent of the in-
terest of each, is as follows:
MONEY ft EGO. INC. 100%
Stockholder
STEPHEN CAPLAN.
President
19 West Flager Street
Miami, Dade County. Florida
111283 October 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 MENA SIGNS st
4613 SW 74 Ave Miami FL 33155
intends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida
REIMUNDO MENA
4613 SW 74 AVE
MIAMI FL 33156
12316 October 24.31;
November 7. 14.1986
MIRIAM VAQUERANO.
Respondent.
TO: MIRIAM VAQUERANO
Residence Unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY
NOTIFIED that an action for
Dissolution of Marriage has been
filed against you and you are re-
quired to serve written defenses, if
any. to it on MARIANO SOLE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW, P.A., at-
torney for Petitioner, whose ad-
dress is 2666 Le Jeune Road, Pen-
thouse II, Coral Gabies, Florida
33134, and file the original with
the clerk of the above styled court
on or before November 14, 1906.
otherwise s default will be entered
against you for the relief demand-
ed in the petition.
This notice shall be published
once each week for four con-
secutive weeks in THE JEWISH
FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and seal of
said court at Miami, Florida on this
9 day of October. 1906.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
Clerk Circuit Court
Dads County. Florida
CLARINDA BROWN
Deputy Clerk
MARIANO SOLE. ESQ
Gables International Plaxa
2666 Le Jeune Road
Penthouse II
Coral Gabies. Florida 33134
(806) 441-2665
11203 October 17.24.31;
November 7,1906
ELEVENTH CIRCUIT COURT
DADB COUNTY. FLOBIDA
CASE NO. 0044040-18
IN RE: The Marriage of:
FBEDE DESIR,
Petiuoner.
and
FRANCOISE DESIR,
BsapnndoBt.
TO: FRANCOISE DESUt
Rue du Centre No. 242 A
I. inteneur
Condor Prison
Port-au-Prince. Haiti, W.I.
Shall serve copy of your Answer
to the Petition for Dissolution of
Marriage upon GEORGE
NICHOLAS, Attorney, 612 N.W.
12th Avenue, Miami, Florida
33136. and file original with Court
Clerk on or before November 21,
1986. otherwise a default will be
entered.
Dated: October 15. 1986
RICHARD P. BRINKER
By: T. CASAMAYOR
12307 October 17. 24, 81;
November 7, 1986




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Page 12-B The Jewiah Floridum/Friday, October 31, 1966
11th Annual Conference of the Southern Jewish Historical
Society Convenes in Fort Lauderdale November 7

Now numbering 500,000 in-
dividuals between West Palm
Beach and Key West, this area of
southern Florida has become the
third largest Jewish population
center in the United States. The
history of this phenomenal growth
will be the theme of the 11th An-
nual Conference of the Southern
Jewiah Historical Society schedul-
ed to take place at Inverrary's
Hilton Conference Center in Fort
Lauderdale, Friday, Nov. 7
through Sunday. Nov. 9.
The conference will feature a
major exhibit called "Mosaic:
Jewish Life in Florida," a project
funded by the Florida Endowment
for the Humanities. Both the pro-
ject and the conference are hosted
and co-sponsored by the SJHS;
the Central Agency for Jewish
Education; the Samuel and
Helene Soref Jewish Community
Center. Perlman Campus; and
University of Miami's Judaic
Studies program. The "Mosaic"
includes photos, documents and
memorabilia focusing upon the
Jewish contribution to the state.
its family/synagogue/institutions
and its community relations.
"The exhibit portrays a rich and
varied mosaic of Jewish life as
well as a reflection of the tension,
integration and accommodation to
the distinctive life-style and
cultural pattern of the State of
Florida." says Dr. Henry Green,
who heads the Judaic Studies
program.
"The SJHS Convention is being
held here in South Florida to help
support the 'Mosaic' project."
continues Dr. Green, who is also
program chair of the Convention.
"We think this is the opportune
time to make the public aware of
Jewish history in this
community."
The "Mosaic" which is planned
for touring throughout the state
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
APARTMENT FOR RENT
Beautiful apartment to snare or
sublet, 2 bedrooms tumtaned In a
oonsenial Wdg.. with an option to
renew lease In July.
945-9644 4S8-*84S
beginning in 1988 is the fruition of
an idea attributed to Laura
Hochman who directs the Senior
Adult program at the Soref JCC.
Says Hochman, "Jewish life in
Florida began in 1763 in Pen-
sacola. And in Southern Florida
the first Jewish settlers located in
Key West followed by a handful of
Jewish merchants who followed
Henry Flagler's railroad to Miami
in the 1890's. Today half a million
of us are adding color and dimen-
sion to the mosaic of the lifestyle
of the entire state. Members of
the community are cordially in-
vited to the conference to hear
more about the story of the years
in-between."
Featuring the topics of
Holocaust Survivors in Florida.
Jewish Geneology and Florida
Jewish history, the SJHS conven-
tion's seminars and programs led
by prominent professors and lay
leaders will take place at the In
verrary Hilton. Dr. Stephen Whit-
field of Brandeis University is the
keynote speaker. Also scheduled
are Sabbath eve and morning ser-
vices at Plantation's Ramat
Shalom and Miami Beach's Tem-
ple Moses; a Jewish Heritage tour
of Dade county and a dinner
followed by a "Musical Mosaic" at
the Soref JCC.
Editor'$ Note: In addition to
Laura Hochman and Dr. Green,
other members of the Mosaic Pro-
ject Team are: Dr. Abraham J.
Gittelson, director of Education,
Central Agency for Jewish Educa-
tion; Teresa S. Horrow, assistant
director/curator. Fort Lauderdale
Historical Society: and Lydia
Golden. JCC vice president. The
Mosaic Advisory Committee:
George Firestone, secretary of
state. Florida; Randy S. Nim-
nicht. executive director.

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MOSAIC: JEWISH LIFE IN FLORIDA: Some female i
of the Moe and Mack Katz families, one ofthe firsi In settle mF
Lauderdale. are seen on the city's beach, circa 1920.
Historical Association of
Southern Florida; Samuel Pro-
ctor. Julien C. Yonge. professor of
Florida History. University of
Florida; Charleton W. Tebeau.
professor of history. Ement*\
University of Miami; and
Howland Warn. dir^l
Museum of Florida History [wl
ofState l
where shopping is o pleasure 7days o week
Col. Maurice Weinman
American Legion Post
To Honor Col. Weinman
Col. Maurice Weinman will be
honored by the American Legion
Poet No. 85 at their annual
Veterans Day Banquet on Nov. 8.
at the Konover Hotel.
Weinman is a past commander
of the American Legion and ex-
ecutive secretary. He has been
commander of the Jewiah War
Veterans Poet No. 330 for 24 con
secutive years, a trustee of the
Disabled American Veterans
Chapter 24 and Veterans Adviser
to Riverside Memorial Chapels.
Publix Bakeries open at 8:00 A.M.
Available at Publix Storaa with
Fraah Danish Bakeries Only.
Your Chotca of Our Delicious,
8-inch Pumpkin or
Apple Pie
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Fraah Danish Bakeries Only.
Topped with
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Pumpkin Cake
aha
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Availabta at PubHx Storst wWi
Fraah Banian Bakeries Only.
French Stick
Baguettes
Available at Publix Storaa
And Danish Bakeries Only.
Decorated Festively
for I
Holiday
Cup Cakes
ft.*."
Available at Publix Storaa with
Fraah Danish Bakarisa Only.
Maple Walnut
Coffee Cake
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69
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Fresh Danish Bakariee Only.
Variaty of Dacorated,
Assorted
Cake Donuts
9~$1
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Rights Reserved.
Prices Effective
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Page 4-B The Jewish Floridian/Friday, October 31, 1986 ., AlUlOUnC^S
Ben-Gurion's Grandson To Speak pamuy Workshops
At Israel Bonds-Hadassah Luncheon
Alon Ben-Gurion, grandson of
David Ben-Gurion, Israel's first
Prime Minister and founder of the
Israel Bonds Organization, will be
the special guest speaker at the
Miami Beach Region Hadaaaah
Supporters of Israel Bonds Lun-
cheon on Thursday, Nov. 6, at
Temple Emanu-El. The luncheon
is scheduled to begin at 11:30 a.m.
An Executive Assistant
Manager of the Tel Aviv Hilton,
Ben Gurion has considerable
background as a hotel executive in
New York and Europe, as well as
in Israel. He holds a Master's
degree in hotel management from
CorneU University and a BA from
Tel Aviv University.
Ben-Gurion, 35, served as a
paratroop captain in the Israel
Defense Forces from 1970-74 and
was wounded in the Yom Kippur
War.
"We in Hadaaaah feel very for-
tunate to be able to get the oppor-
tunity to meet the grandson of
Israel's first Prime Minister,"
noted Jean Temkin. president of
the Miami Beach Region
Hadaaaah. "Meeting a member of
the Ben-Gurion family is like an
American meeting a Kennedy.
"Even more important, though,
is that the members of Hadssssh
will have the opportunity to show
Alon Ben-Gunon how the local
Jewish community supports Israel
through the Israel Bonds pro-
gram. At this time in Israel's
history, purchasing Israel Bonds
will greatly help the Jewish na-
Alon Bea-Garion
tion's goal to stabilise the
economy and, eventually, gain
economic independence. I am con-
fident that the luncheon will be a
success," she added.
Also appearing as a guest
speaker will be Debbie Wernick, a
field representative for the
Greater Miami Israel Organixa-
tion for 15 years who is also a
member of Hadaaaah.
Louella Shapiro is serving as
chairman of the luncheon.
Terrorist Gang Captured
By GIL SEDAN
JERUSALEM (JTA) -
Security sources announced
Thursday (Oct. 23) the capture of
the terrorist gang responsible for
the Egged bus bombing in
Jerusalem on "December 6, 1983
which killed six people and injured
50. The arrests were made in East
Jerusalem, Bethlehem and
Ramallah in what the sources said
was their "most succeeful week"
for rounding up dangerous
terrorists.
The announcement followed the
arrests last Thursday and Friday
of the terrorists responsible for
the Oct. 15 grenade attack on
Israeli soldiers and their families
in the Old City which took one life
and wounded 69 soldiers and
civilians.
THE RENTED flat in Azariya
village near Jerusalem, used by
the terrorists as a hideout, has
been sealed off and arms and am-
munition found there were seized.
The latest successes have gone a
long way to retrieve the reputa-
tion of the security forces which
AJCommittee
Membership Drive
Neil Alter, Citicorp Vice Presi-
dent, has been chosen to lead a
multi-faceted membership cam-
paign on behalf of AJC's Miami
Chapter. It will be the first com
prehensive chapter membership
drive in almost a decade.
In explaining the impetus
behind the drive, Alter said that
the chapter has developed an ex-
citing program, and linked with
the ibuetrious 80-year history of
the AJC, it should be on the agen-
da of many more Miamians than it
is.
The campaign activities will be
chaired by Barbara Udell, Robin
Davidson, Susan Lichtman, David
Meanekoff. and Robert Waxman.
Also participating are Ron
Levitt and Steve Silber.
The Miami Chapter was found-
ed in 1953. Roger Bernstein, a
local attorney, is its President.
suffered in the Shin Bet affair.
That was the cover-up by ranking
security service officers of the
deaths of two Arab bus hijackers
at the hands of security agents in
1984. The head of Shin Bet.
Avraham Shalom, and several of
his top aides were forced to
resign.
The round-up of terrorists has
also revived memories of the Egg-
ed bus tragedy. Six kilos of ex-
plosives destroyed the crowded
vehicle on Herzl Boulevard, one of
Jerusalem's main traffic arteries.
It was one of the worst terrorist
bombings ever in Jerusalem.
"Interpersonal Dialogue,' A
four-week workshop for singles
that will discuss verbal and non-
verbal communication, assertion
and relationships begins Wednes
day. at 7 p.m. at the Coral Gables
Office of Jewish Family Service of
Greater Miami.
Separated or divorced persons
can improve their self-esteem
while learning new strategies for
dealing with dating, finances and
the singles scene st this four-week
workshop. It begins Thursday.
Nov. 6 at 7 p.m. at the Coral
Gables Office of Jewish Family
Service of Greater Miami
Young Presidents
Club Gala
Barton S. Goldberg, chairman
of the Young Presidents Club of
Mount Sinai Medical Center an-
nounces Mrs. Saul Glottmann and
Mr. and Mrs. Richard May will
serve as chairmen of the annual
costume ball. "Miss Liberty
Welcomes the World." at the
Doral Beach Hotel on Saturday.
Nov. 8. YPC Chairman Goldberg
and his wife Sandra and Social-
Chairman Leslie Klein and his
wife Carol Ann will assist.
Omnibus Lecture Series
Temple Beth Sholom Omnibus
Lecture Series will present Amoz
Or, Sunday at 10:30 am Mr. Oz is
the author of "A Perfect Peace; in
the Land of Israel"; "My
Michael," which received the
B'nai B'rith Jewish Heritage
Award; "The Hill of Evil
Counsel," winner of Israel's Bren-
ner Prize; several other books in-
cluding two novellas. Oz will
speak on Israel: Peace and War.
The lecture is open to the general
public.
Futterman To
Be Honored
The South Florida Women's
Committee of Shaare Zedek
Hospital in Jerusalem announces
the "Woman of the Year" seleo
tion to be Ms. Rocky Gasco Fut-
terman. The celebrant will be
honored at the gala 10th annual
luncheon to be held January 28.
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Senator Gary Hart with a bronze bust of Chaxm Wtitzm7
the Vanguard Division meeting. Don Lefion, thurmJti
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Orthodox And Reform Movements!
In A Rare Cooperative Effort
Moynihan in a letter to'
Garcia, the Senate Sern
Arms. But Moynihan ..
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By DAVID FRIEDMAN
WASHINGTON (JTA) The
Orthodox Agudath Israel of
America and the Reform Union of
American Hebrew Congregations,
in s rare cooperative effort, have
helped ensure that persons wear
ing yarmulkes will never be bar-
red from the Senate's visitors'
galleries.
The effort came about, accor-
ding to David Luchins. an aide in
the New York office of Sen.
Daniel Moynihan (D NY.), after
a constituent told Moynihan that a
pass to the gallery he received
from Moynihan's office barred
persons wearing hats.
This is not true in the House
where the gallery passes read:
"Hats may not be worn by
gentlemen except for religious
reasons."
Luchins said that no one wear-
ing a yarmulke has ever been bar-
red from the Senate galleries.
This was pointed out also by
Moynihan suggested
the pass w.rding to incha>|
House exception to which(
agreed. The change wup
to the Senate Rules Col^
where it received the suppart^
the committee's chairman.!
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Luchins noted that the l
came to the Senate just its|
rejected a proposal by Sen
Lautenberg (D N j i tc,
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convinced to make the da
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Volume
59 Number 45 Thraa Sections Miami, Florida Friday, November 7,1986
MMilM 0 M*. Si is
Prica 50 Cants
Red Cross
Bars Israel's
Magen David
The Rei: John McKnigkt from Sydney,
Avttralxa, went to Israel last week to trace
Mordfchai Vanunu, the Ieraeli technician
dimxtsed from I$rael'$ atomic energy plant
in Dimona, and who subsequently tola Israel s
alleged nuclear weapons secrets to the British
newspaper, the Sunday Times. An Israeli
Prisons Service spokesman stated that
Vanunu 'is not being held in a Prisons Service
jaiL'
Said To Equate
All Religions
'Anne Frank' Ruling Spurs Protest
By SUSAN BIRNBAUM
NEW YORK (JTA) -
The Anne Frank Center
here has joined the moun-
ting national protest against
a Federal court ruling that
upheld the right of a group
of Christian fundamentalist
parents in Greeneville,
Term, to keep their children
out of the local public school
*hen "The Diary of Anne
Prank," among a long list of
other books, was read in
classrooms as part of the
curriculum.
The decision by Judge Thomas
Hull on Oct. 24 that the parents
had the right to protect their
children from what they consider
"Godless" influences and teach
them to read at home, shocked
academic, legal, publishing and
religious circles all over the
country.
"THE DIAKY of Anne Frank."
along with such classics as "The
Wizard of Ox," was found objec-
tionable by the parents because
they stress humanitarian values
and deem all religions to be of
equal value, an anathema to the
religious right. All of the books
Continued on Page 11-A
GENEVA (JTA) The
International Red Cross
Movement appears to have
erected a permanent barrier
against recognition of
Israel's Magen David Adorn
(Red Shield of David) as a
humanitarian agency by its
recent decision to change its
official title to the Interna-
tional Red Cross and Red
Crescent Movement. Israel
and Jewish organizations
have objected vigorously.
The Red Crescent is the Red
Cross equivalent in Moslem coun-
tries, just as the Magen David
Adorn is in Israel. The decision to
incorporate the Red Crescent was
endorsed without a vote by
delegates from more than 120
governments and 137 national
societies attending the Interna-
tional Conference of the Red
Cross here, a quadrennial event.
PINHAS ELIAV. the Israel
government delegate, said restric-
tion of recognition to Christian
and Moslem emblems means that
Israel is excluded from the various
international societies which coor-
dinate aid for victims of natural
disasters and armed conflict all
over the world. He maintained
that the Magen David Adorn,
which sent observers to the con-
ference, fulfills all criteria for full
Continued on Page 11-A
Arms
To Iran?
All Say,
'We're Not
Involved'
By MARGIE OLSTER
NEW YORK (JTA) -
The allegations of U.S. of-
ficials' involvement in the
plan to sell $2.5 billion
worth of American weapons
to Iran have been met with
uniform denials by those of-
ficials or their
spokespersons.
The allegations, presented in an
affidavit by defense attorney Paul
Grand in support of a joint motion
by attorneys in the case to dismiss
the charges, indicate that U.S. of-
ficials debated and eventually ap-
proved the sale of American
weapons by several of the defen-
dants to Cyrus Hashemi, a
Continued on Page 6-A
If Syria Attacks
Israel May Well Use
Tactical Nuke Weapons
By MORRIS AMITAY
The Reykjavik summit and
J aftermath have focused
jorldwide attention on the
acuities of curbing the
nuclear arsenals of the two
superpowers. In recent
E5 however, reports of
wa nuclear
have
capability
provided grist for
^Jus journalistic mills
""J generating speculation
amng MiddU East
watchers.
The Sunday Times of London
originally brought this subject to
public attention with its front
page story, including a photo iden-
tified as "the nerve center of the
bomb factory." The newspaper ac-
count attributed no fewer than
100 nuclear weapons to Israel.
SIMILAR STORIES, lacking
the details of Israel's purported
nuclear capability, have surfaced
for more than a decade now, with
Continued on Page 10-A
Actor Jack Lemmon is 'snapped' on a visit to
the Western Wall Oct. tU. Lemmon is present-
ly staying in Israel where he and his fellow
players are appearing at the Habima Theater,
(JTA/WZN Newt Photo)
Tel Aviv, in Eugene O'Neill's 'A Long Day's
Journey into Night,' directed by Jonathan
Miller.


Page 12-A The Jewish Floridian/Friday, November 7, 1986
Pros Are Furious
Political Jobs for the Few
Brandeis U. Sells Stock
In S. Africa-Related Co.'s
By DAVID LANDAU
JERUSALEM (JTA) -
Foreign service profes-
sionals are furious with
Shimon Peres, who took of-
fice as Foreign Minister two
weeks ago, for what they
see as political appoint-
ments and preferential
treatment for a selected few
in his efforts to reorganize
the Ministry.
They are also angry with
Premier Yitzhak Shamir for alleg-
ed cronyism in last-minute ap-
pointments and promotions he
made before switching jobs with
Peres under the Labor-Likud
rotation of power agreement.
Peres ran into an increasingly
bitter conflict with the Foreign
Ministry Staff Committee which
threatened to lodge a complaint
with the Supreme Court over his
decision to divide the office of
Foreign Ministry Director
General.
THE DECISION, approved by
the Cabinet, was to appoint
Avraham Tamir Director General
and former Cabinet Secretary
Yossi Beilin as Political Director
General. Tamir, who served as
Director General of the Prime
Minister's Office under Peres, ac-
cepted the dual appointment
reluctantly.
It was necessary in order to
create a senior Foreign Ministry
post for Beilin, a close Labor Par-
ty associate of Peres, whose
nomination to be Israel's next
Ambassador to Washington was
vetoed by Likud. Peres himself
has not concealed his anger over
the cool reception he received
from career diplomats when he
assumed his new office. As a
result, he is working mainly with
his own political staff to the exclu-
sion of Foreign Ministry profes-
sionals and this has further arous-
ed the ire of the professionals.
They also balked at Peres' in-
sistence that Minister-Without-
Portfolio Ezer Weizman and his
aides be housed within the
Foreign Ministry precincts. Weiz-
War on Terrorism Will Aid
Middle East Peace Peres
By HUGH ORGEL
TEL AVIV (JTA) Foreign
Minister Shimon Peres
distinguished between the Arab-
Israeli conflict and the war
against international terrorism
last Tuesday (Oct. 27), but sug-
gested that tiie latter will benefit
the peace process in the Middle
East
Peres hailed as "courageous"
and "correct" Britain's severance
of diplomatic relations with Syria
because of the alleged involve-
ment of the Syrian Embassy in
London in the attempt by Jorda-
nian national Nezar Hindawi to
plant a suitcase loaded with ex-
plosives aboard an El Al airliner
at Heathrow Airport in London
last Apr. 17.
PERES SAID, in an Israel
Radio interview, "In my opinion,
we must distinguish and differen-
tiate between the Arab-Israeli
conflict and the war against inter-
national terrorism. The two
should not be linked together."
But "in the final analysis, the
fact that the war against interna-
tional terrorism is developing now
will also benefit the peace process
in the Middle East." However,
Peres stressed, "first of all, we
must clip the wings of this horri-
ble violence, which is of a Satanic
nature."
He referred to the ruthlessness
of Hindawi who gave the suitcase
bomb to his unknowing Irish
woman friend, Anne-Marie Mur-
phy, who was pregnant at the
time with his child, to take aboard
the aircraft which was about to
leave for Tel Aviv with 375
passengers.
"I believe that the English deci-
sion is courageous, correct, and
even though not many followed in
its steps, I hope that it will mark
the correct path in the war
against terrorism," Peres said.
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Peres in the Prime Ministers Of-
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THE PROFESSIONALS are
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pointment for an additional two
years of nine political Am-
bassadors, men from outside the
foreign service who were installed
in embassies abroad when Shamir
was Prime Minister in the Likud-
led government in 1984, before
the national unity coalition was
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They are uncomfortable with
Shamir's decision to grant the
personal rank of Ambassador to
six Foreign Ministry officials
widely seen as his personal
friends, at the expense of more
senior, experienced diplomats.
Peres himself is unhappy with
Shamir's appointments. Some
observers believe that his shared
grievances with the professionals
in those cases will eventually lead
to a rapprochement between the
new Foreign Minister and the
Ministry staff.
WALTHAM, Mass. (JTA) -
For the second time in a month,
Brandeis University has sold
stock in South Africa-related com-
panies found not to be in com-
pliance with the university's in-
vestment policies.
The three companies whose
stock sales were announced by
Brandeis President Evelyn
Handler are Exxon Corp.,
Chevron and Mobil Corp. The
total value of the stocks is approx-
imately $600,000, nearly 20 per-
cent of the university's holdings in
companies doing business in
South Africa.
THIS SALE, coupled with last
month's sale of about $200,000 of
investments in Reynolds and
Reynolds Company,
Schlumberger Ltd. and Union
Camp Corp., brings Brandeis
divestment actions to approx-
imately $700,000 within the past
four weeks.
The remaining portfolio in-
vested in American companies do-
ing business in South Africa
amounts to about $2 million, ap-
proximately 1.5 percent of the
university's $130 million
endowment.
"These companies, Exxon I
Chevron, and Mobil, are highlvl
rated regarding their compliance!
with the Sullivan Principles"!
Handler said in announcing the!
divestment action. "There ill
however, a very high likelihood!
that they are not in compliance!
with another university invest-1
rnent policy concerning corpora-1
tions or their subsidiaries that!
provide services to the South!
African government or itj
military." J
IN 1979 the Board of Trustees!
adopted a statement of principles!
to guide the university's decisions!
concerning holdings in corpon-!
tions doing business in Southl
Africa. In those principles, threel
categories of corporations wert|
identified for monitoring or possi|
ble divestment.
One of those categories included!
corporations or their subsidiaries!
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vide services to the military or I
police organizations or to any]
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Esther Kaminska Yiddish Theatre Comes To Miami
By MARVIN GLASSMAN
One of the oldest and most
I revered Yiddish theatres in the
[world, the Esther Kaminska Yid-
dish Theatre, will be coming to
liami Beach at the Konover
lotel Nov. 5 and 6 at 8 p.m. The
production, entitled "The Joys of
fiddish" is composed of 12 actors
rid singers who will bring the
iition alive through selected
plays with music.
The Esther Kaminska Yiddish
Theatre, founded in 1863, is to the
Jewish tradition what the New
fork Yankees are to major league
seball. Without the dedication
f Kaminska and her successors,
'iddish would have never
jourished in Eastern Europe
om the 19th Century to the
present.
"Kaminska made great
rrifices to insure that Yiddish
rould always be alive and well",
earned Vladimir Grocholski, pro
acer of "The Joys of Yiddish."
fiddish blossomed in Poland after
be country was invaded by three
ferent cultures destroying the
jndation of the nation in the
B"mi's In the presence of ail this
noil, the Jewish people had to
>tect themselves by fulfilling
litional rites and keeping the
emories and love of the culture
five. By developing Yiddish into
everyday, living culture,
linska insured that the Jews
i Eastern Europe would never be
tstroyed."
[Ironically enough, the Yiddish
jture surpassed governments
nd transcended a way of life for
ws throughout the world. Yid-
theatre wasn't watched by a
sive audience, but studied so
it its richness would never be
it.
[The tradition of studying Yid-
i as a living art is still alive and
ill. Esther Kaminska's
daughter, Ida, revived theatre in
1945, after its brief curtailment by
the Nazis in World War II. The
performers who revived Yiddish
in Poland are the same ones who
will be performing in Miami next
month.
Simon Szurmej, who has been
directing Yiddish theatre and
keeping the tradition alive in the
Kaminska tradition will star in
November's shows. "Szurmej is
the Lawrence Olivier of Yiddish
theatre, an outstanding per-
former who has no peer," beamed
Grocholski. "Szurmej attracts
students of Yiddish from all
around the world. He is keeping
the tradition that Kaminska
started alive and flourishing. It
will be exciting to see the spirit
come alive in Miami through the
performances of Szurmej and his
cast. I know how important Yid-
dish theatre is to the people of
Miami, some who lived in Poland
at the turn of the century. For the
audience, they will remember
from first-hand experience, the
beauty and bitterness of life in the
shtetl at a time when Jews had no
homeland (Israel) to call their
own."
Joining Szurmej in making Yid-
dish theatre alive and vibrant will
be his wife Golda Tencer, singing
the songs of Yiddish; Michael
Szfelji. the Frank Sinatra of Yid-
dish, with more than 50 years of
the stage; the Rajner family;
Julius Berger and Leopold
KozJowski, who produced and
wrote 300 songs for the perfor-
mances. KozJowski is also the
musical director of the show.
The performance will feature
eight plays: "Tevye the Milkman"
by Sholem Aleichem (the
originator of the character in
"Fiddler On The Roof); "The
Goldseekers" and "Ausy's Pipik"
by Peretz; "A Night In The Old
Mahetrylad" and "Suah" by Isaac
COMMUNITY CORNER
Lakes Branch, National Council of Jewish Women,
will host a paid up membership meeting and luncheon
on Wednesday, 11:30 a.m. at Michael Ann Russell JCC.
Temple Sinai of North Dade will hold its semi-annual
Blood Drive, sponsored by Temple Slnal Brotherhood in
conjunction with the South Florida Blood Service, on
Sunday, from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. in the Temple's
Board Room. Refreshments will be served to
participants.
Bnai Zion Southeast Region Gala Installation Dinner-
Dance will be held on Sunday, Nov. 9, at 5 p.m. at the
Hollywood Beach Hilton, President Sam Aboulafla and
Chair, Pauline Liebman announced. The Guest Speaker
for the event will be Raymond M. Patt, Past President
i of Bnai Zlon.
Biscayne Chapter Women's American ORT will hold
their next meeting on Thursday, Nov. 6, at 12:30 p.m. in
I Morton Towers Auditorium.
Temple Zamora Sisterhood will hold Its annual
[Welcome Home Dinner on Sunday, Nov. 9, at the
[Temple.
Cocktails and hors d'oeuvres will be served at 5 p.m.
Xnner will follow. Entertainment and gifts will feature
the evening.
Yiddish Branch 679, Workmen's Circle Concert
Dinner Meeting will be held November 9 at 1 p.m. at the
Newport Hotel, Miami Beach. Guest entertainer will be
soprano Rosalie Williams, in a special selection of Yid-
dish, Hebrew and English songs.
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Balch; "The Song Of My Nation"
by Hershelerostropele; and
"Great Fortunes" and "Gold
Satin's Dream" by Isaac Baich.
Above all, "The Joys of Yid-
dish" captures the bittersweet of
Jewish life in Eastern Europe.
The pride and optimism of a close-
knit group combined with the
tragedy of a people without a
Homeland, without full civil and
legal rights, is captured in the
eight plays using song and drama.
"It is this ironic and bittersweet
view of life that has kept Yiddish
alive," said Grocholski. "It is from
tragedy that Yiddish brings
strength, beauty, pride and con-
fidence to Jews throughout the
world. Without the irony of
tragedy mixed with good fortune,
Jews would never sing or have a
sense of humour or an understan-
ding of their history."
Yiddish theatre will come alive
to a younger generation of Jews,
who may not understand Yiddish.
Headsets will be provided at the
performance in which an inter-
preter will explain the dialogue
and its significance in English. In
addition, the HaBima Miami
theatrical group will be perform-
ing in Miami (beginning Nov. 7) an
English language play, "Dreyfuss
in Rehearsal" which is a tribute to
the Esther Kaminska Yiddish
Theatre. These efforts will keep
Yiddish thriving for generations
to come.
The performances will be fast
paced, with two acts for approx-
imately two hours. The Esther
Kaminska Yiddish Theatre, still
based in Warsaw, has performed
throughout the world: in Israel,
Switzerland, Belgium, France and
England to standing-room-only
audiences. In the United States,
the Kaminska Theatre has per-
formed under critical acclaim in
New York and Chicago. Prior to
its appearance in Miami, the
Kaminska Theatre will perform in
Los Angeles and will be introduc-
ed by Elizabeth Taylor. Taylor,
much like actors Paul Muni, Dan-
ny Kaye and many other contem-
porary performers, was influenc-
ed by Yiddish theatre.
The Kaminska Yiddish Theatre
will be performing at the Konover
Theatre in Miami Beach on Nov. 5
and 6 at 8 p.m.
A scene from "The Joys of Yiddish.
Miami Students Elected To
National Hillel Secretariat
Two Miami area students, one
attending school here and one stu-
dying in the Boston area, were
elected to serve on the National
Student Secretariat of the B'nai
B'rith Hillel Foundations by
delegates attending Washington
5, the national Jewish student
public policy conference spon-
sored by the B'nai B'rith Hillel
Foundations.
Barbara Wagner, a resident of
North Miami Beach who attends
the University of Miami, was
elected as a delegate from the
southeast region to the
Secretariat. Wagner is a
sophomore majoring in public
relations and sociology at Miami.
She is the co-chair of the Universi-
ty Center Program Council, and is
a member of the Organization of
Jewish Students, the School of
Communications Student Ad-
visory Board and the Public Rela-
tions Student Society of America.
Wagner is a past international
vice president of United
Synagogue Youth. She is the
daughter of Stuart and Linda
Wagner. The family is a member
of Beth Torah Congregation in
North Miami Beach.
Andrew Kotsen, also of North
Miami Beach, was elected to serve
as the Israel liaison for the
Secretariat. Kotxen, who is a
senior at Tufts University in
Boston, will be attending Tel Aviv
University this spring. This will be
his third term on the Secretariat.
The new members of the
Secretariat will serve one-year
terms corresponding to the
1986-87 academic year.
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