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Volum* 59 Numbf 46 Two S~tlon Miami, Florid. Friday. Novombor 14,1986
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Price SO Cents
Israel Confesses Dimona Atom Technician 'Under Lawful Detention5
. JgBySALBM (JTA) The government
acknowledged Sunday that Mordechai Vanunu, a former
techniciani at the Dimona nuclear facility reported missing
from London Oct. 1, is being held "under lawful detention"
in Israel.
THE GOVERNMENT emphatically denied that he
was kidnapped by Israeli agents and brought to Israel
against his will. It did not say, however, how he came to
Israel or when. Vanunu disappeared shortly after he gave a
story to a British newspaper that Israel has built up an
arsenal of nuclear weapons over the last 20 years.
Continued on Pag* 14-A
Chirac; Israel Behind Bomb Attempt
Tells Newsman He Heard
It At EEC Council Meet
tlu Wiesel (right), winner of this year's Nobel
teare Prize and 25th honorary alumnus of
hshua I niversity to be honored by the Nobel
vmmttee. talks with Yeshiva University
fiMowing a series of lectures on
Jewish attitudes toward learning, writing,
and remembering. Wiesel was awarded an
honorary Doctor of Humane Letters by the
university in 197S and has served on the
university's Board of Trustees since 1977.
fn Senate, House
Jewish Candidates Fared Very Well
Bj DAVID FRIEDMAN
WASHINGTON (JTA)
Jewish incumbents

seeking reelection to the
Senate and House won last
Tuesday (Nov. 4). In addi-
tion, one Jewish newcomer
was elected to the House.
Benjamin Cardin (D.. Md.).
This keeps the number of Jews
in the Senate at eight, evenly split
between Democrats and
Republicans. In the House the
number of Jews in the 100th Con-
gress will be 29, one less than at
present because two incumbents
gave up their House seats to make
unsuccessful bids for the Senate.
Rep. Ken Kramer (R., Col.) was
defeated by Rep. Timothy Wirth
(I> Col.) for the Senate seat being
vacated by Sen. Gary Hart. Rep.
Bobbi Fiedler (R.. Cal.) lost earlier
in the year in the California
Republican primary election for
the Senate.
HOWEVER, the number of
Jews in the House could still be 30
next year depending on what hap-
pens in New York's 27th Congres-
sional District where Rosemary
Pooler, a Democrat who is active
in the Syracuse Jewish communi-
ty, was locked in a close race with
Rep. George Wortley (R., N.Y.).
The outcome was expected to de-
pend on absentee ballots.
Among several Jews who failed
to win House seats was Bella Ab-
zug, who in 1970 was the first
Continued on Page 10-A
By EDWIN EYTAN
PARIS (JTA) Prime
Minister Jacques Chirac is
attempting to defuse an in-
ternational political scandal
and possible domestic crisis
touched off by his remark to
an American journalist that
Israel rather than Syria was
implicated in the attempt to
smuggle explosives aboard
an El Al airliner at Lon-
don's Heathrow Airport last
Apr. 17.
According to Arnaud de Bor-
chgrave, editor of the Washington
Times which published the story
Friday, Chirac attributed the ver-
sion of events to West German
Chancellor Helmut Kohl and
Foreign Minister Hans-Dietrich
Genscher in conversation at a
meeting of the European
Economic Community's (EEC)
Council of Ministers in Luxem-
bourg last month.
CHIRAC'S OFFICE issued a
statement Friday saying that "the
interpretation given to his com-
ments" to Borchgrave "is devoid
of foundation." It was noted im-
Continued on Page 15-A
Prime Minister Chirac
Pope Invited to Day
Of Prayer in Jerusalem
By LISA BILLIG
ROME (JTA) Pope
John Paul II, who invited
representatives of all faiths
to a "day of prayer for
peace" in Assisi last month,
was himself invited last
Thursday to lead a day of
prayer against war and ter-
rorism in Jerusalem.
The occasion was a Papal au-
dience which concluded the se-
cond International Catholic-
Jewish Theological Colloquium at-
tended by about 70 Catholic and
Jewish Scholars from Israel, the
U.S.. West Germany and Rome.
The three branches of Judaism
Orthodox, Conservative and
Reform were represented. The
Continued on Page 14-A
Moynihan Says
U.S. Should Move Tel Aviv Embassy to Jerusalem
Moynihan
By YITZHAK RABI
NEW YORK (JTA) -
Sen. Daniel Moynihan (D.,
N.Y.) has vowed to continue
efforts to move the United
States Embassy in Israel
from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem.
"The State of Israel has a
right under international
law to declare Jerusalem its
capital," the lawmaker told
300 guests at the presenta-
tion of the Fourth Annual
Defender of Jerusalem
Award last Thursday night
at the Metropolitan Museum
of Art.
"Jerusalem is far more than
just a political capital." Moynihan
declared. "It embodies and sym-
bolises three millenia of Jewish ac-
complishments and aspirations.
The United States government
would do well to follow Costa
Rica's example."
COSTA RICA was the first
country to put its Embassy in
Jerusalem despite pressure from
other countries and international
bodies. Luis Alberto Monge, one
of the awardees, was President at
the time. The two other awardees
were Per Ahlmark, former Depu-
ty Prime Minister of Sweden, and
Rabbi Eliahu Essas, for 13 years a
dissident in the Soviet Union and
now living in Israel.
Continued on Page 11-A


Page 2-A The Jewish Floridian/Friday, November 14, 1986
To Do Combat
Jews Eye Farmers' Plight
By SUSAN BIRNBAUM
NEW YORK (JTA) -
Representatives of farmers'
ana Jewish organizations
have joined forces to combat
the plight of American
farmers and the spread of
anti-Semitism in agrarian
areas of the country.
This nationwide effort was an-
nounced at a meeting here last
month at the headquarters of the
Union of American Hebrew Con
KT-egabons (UAHC), the umbrella
organization of Reform Judaism
in the U.S. and Canada. The
meeting, during the Sukkoth holi-
day, took place under a small sue
cah where the representatives
noted that the setting was a
reminder of Judaism's agrarian
roots and the importance of the
harvest, celebrated during Suk-
koth, to both farmers and Jews.
REPRESENTATIVES an-
nounced the beginning of a na-
tional petition drive to obtain one
million signatures calling on Con-
gress to declare an immediate
moratorium on farm foreclosures,
fair prices for farm products and
an emergency aid program for
farm families forced into
bankruptcy, foreclosure, and the
most extreme consequences of
poverty.
The petition drive was
presented by Gertrude White, na-
tional president of Women's
American ORT, and David Golds-
tein, executive director of the
Kansas City (Missouri) Jewish
Community Relations Bureau,
one of the pioneer Jewish
organizations working to help the
family farmer.
The two groups have been work-
ing jointly since last April, when
Women's American ORT
presented the Kansas City JCRB
with a $25,000 grant to initiate a
farm crisis project. The distribu-
tion of the petitions is being car-
ried out by Women's American
ORT and UAHC.
There are now 300 farm families
going under every day, said Golds-
tein, over 100,000 farm families
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panying increases in child and
spouse abuse, mental illness, "and
the hopelessness."
WHILE, speaking for Women's
American ORT and the Women's
American ORT-JCRB Farm Crisis
Project, outlined the range of pro-
jects considered for interaction
between Jewish groups and
farmers, Christian clergy, rural
media, teachers and public of-
ficials, including the consideration
of programs of direct financial aid
and the development of expanded
mental health services. "Once we
started learning about their
(farmers') problems, we felt we
had a moral responsibility toward
them."
White explained that "as the
vocational and technical training
arm of the Jewish people, ORT ap-
preciates the importance of pro-
ductive labor, both as a means of
livelihood and because it cannot be
separated from the dignity of the
individual or the wealth of society.
We feel a tremendous affinity for
these farm families."
Goldstein said his agency first
became involved in the farm crisis
through investigations into the
rabidly racist, anti-Semitic broad-
casts of radio station KTTL-FM in
Dodge City. Kansas, whose
religious sermons advocated
violence against Jews, blacks and
law enforcement officials.
HE SAID that as members of
the Kansas City JCRB learned
more about the extremists, they
simultaneously learned about the
problems of family farmers, and
"determined that for our own
security it was necessary to
develop a program to combat anti-
Semitism and racism because of
our religious and social values,
and the tradition of Jewish com-
munity relations agencies in
aiding people in pain."
The petition, said Goldstein, "is
the centerpiece of a multifaceted
program to educate and involve
urban Jews and through Jews
other urban people in action on
the farm crisis."
Goldstein stressed the ap-
propriateness "for Jews and
farmers to work together."
Among other Jewish agencies
working to alleviate the farm
crisis, he said, were the Des
Moines. Iowa, Jewish Community
Relations Council, which provided
about $10,000 to farm families for
emergency survival assistance.
and the Minnesota Jewish Com-
munity Relations Council Anti-
Defamation League, which
established a person-to-person
program bringing together Jews
and farmers for "discussion and
action."
GOLDSTEIN ALSO cited the
St. Louis American Jewish Com-
mittee, which, through former Lt.
Gov. Harriett Woods, began a
hotline offering legal advice to
farmers.
Alexander Schindler, president
of the UAHC, announcing the
UAHC participation in the peti-
tion drive, noted the place of Jews
alongside farmers. "Judaism
teaches a respect for the land and
those who till it ... We must
revere the farmer as much as the
scholar, for both do the Lord's
work. It is our solemn obligation
to make certain that they will not
be denied the fruits of their
labor."
The UAHC's Committee on
Social Action passed a resolution
last April "to undertake educa-
tional activities, to inform its con-
gregations and affiliates of the
Jewish and urban steak" in the
farm crisis.
Schindler noted that the UAHC
effort grew from the April resolu-
tion, which called the farm crisis
"the most severe since the Great
Depression" and urged legislative
action to "stem the tide of farm
foreclosures, offer reasonable and
immediate debt relief to farmers
in severe economic crisis and ad-
dress the ongoing social service
needs of farm and rural
populations."
DAVID SENTER. national
director of the American
Agriculture Movement who gave
up his farm and brought his family
to Washington. D.C. to lobby Con-
gress for legislation favorable to
the farmer, described the farm
crisis as rapidly becoming "an ir-
reversible situation" brought
about by the greed of a small
number of giant companies that
do everything from buying the
fruits of the harvest to packaging
it and distributing it.
They, and the Reagan Ad-
ministration's farm policies, he
said, have been responsible for the
disastrous proportions of the farm
crisis, reducing the number of
farmers until ownership of the
land rests in the fewest possible
hands.
In accepting the petition, Cy
Theodore R. Mann (left), president of the American Jewish Con-
gress, and United States District Court Judge Edward Weinfeld
(right) congratulate Norman Redlich. dean of the New York
University Law School, on receiving AJCongress' Fund for
Religious Liberty Award. Dean Redlich is co^hairman of both
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AJCongress, and the Fund for Religious Liberty. Judge
Weinfeld, who has been on the Federal bench for 37 years.
presented the award.
Carpenter, president of the Na-
tional Farmers Union, welcomed
"the special efforts of our Jewish
friends in undertaking to help us
correct the injustice that is being
imposed on American farmers .
Those of the Jewish faith hive
written a proud and productive
history of involvement and leader
ship, and more than their share of
caring and sharing when people
are denied or oppressed."
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Leftwingers
Attend Meet With Palestinians
Friday, November 14, 1986/The Jewish Floridian Page 3-A
Bv DAVID LANDAU
And HUGH ORGEL
JERUSALEM (JTA) -
Twenty-nine Israeli leftw-
ing activists departed for
Bucharest last Wednesday
morning (Nov. 5) for a two-
day symposium with
Palestinian intellectuals, in-
cluding representatives of
the Palestine Liberation
Organization. It was spon-
sored by the Rumanian
Writers Association and
ended last Thursday night.
The proup fell far short of the
100 who originally signed "P for
the trip. Most of the better-known
activists dropped out. apparently
having had second thoughts.
There was dissension among the
organizers and the threat of pro-
secution under a new law that pro-
hibits Israelis from having contact
with members of a terrorist
organization.
THE EAST for Peace move-
ment, leftwing Sephardic doves,
announced last Tuesday that they
were withdrawing. The Mapam
Party, which was to have sent a
delegation, bowed out last Mon-
day. But one of its leading intellec-
tuals. Latif Dori, did go. He and
writer-editor Yael Lotan are the
most prominent members of the
Religious Right Dangerous,
Sen. Metzenbaum Warns
WALTHAM, Mass -
(JTA) Sen. Howard
Metzenbaum (D., Ohio)
warned here that the
religious right and its allies
in Congress and the Ad-
ministration are waging
relentless war against in-
dividual liberties and
freedom of thought and urg-
ed activism to thwart their
agenda for the country.
Metzenbaum, speaking at
Brandeis University's first
Founder's Day convocation last
Sunday, quoted the university's
namesake, the late U.S. Supreme
Court Justice Louis Brandeis, who
always cautioned against public
inertia in preserving liberty.
TODAY, the Senator said.
religious extremists are threaten-
ing freedom in America. Libraries
and schools across the country are
under attack. "All over the coun-
try, would-be censors are trying
to pwye libraries and public
school curricula of every fact and
even, idea they see to be in con-
flict with their religious views,"
Metzenbaum said.
In the name of combatting
secular humanism, these
rusaders for conformity have
tried to use the paper shredder on
the works of Shakespeare and
Steinbeck, Homer and Mark
Twain."
In Congress, Metzenbaum said,
"we've faced sustained campaigns
to ban abortion and to permit
state-sponsored prayer in public
schools. We've seen the spectacle
of rightwing Senators circulating
to prospective nominees for the
federal bench a questionnaire
designed to measure ideological
purity. And from the very highest
quarters, we've heard voiced the
pernicious, dangerous theory that
the Bill of Rights does not apply to
the states." Metzenbaum was
referring to recent remarks by
U.S. Attorney General Edwin
Meese.
ACTIVISM "in defense of the
separation of church and state, of
the rights of women (and)
racial and religious minorities," is
urgently needed, he said, adding,
in a quotation from Justice
Brandeis, "the greatest menace to
freedom is an inert people."
Metzenbaum also reminded his
audience that to be a Jew in
America is never to accept the
status quo. "I'm not convinced
that we dare as Jews in America
or as Americans to glory in the
status quo." he said.
Brandeis University, the first
American institution of higher
learning under secular Jewish
auspices, announced its first na-
tionally organized capital cam-
paign to raise $200 million.
Eban Says Israel Appears
Vulnerable to 'Domestic Folly'
OAKLAND, Calif. Abba
pan. Israel Labor Party's
eadinjc expert on foreign, policy
^ the author of "Heritage:
't ;vilization and the Jews." calls
m a significant change in Israel's
relationship to the West Bank in
to new issue of Tikkun to be
released Saturday.
Israel has never been more
s*7re against external menace
"d never more vulnerable to
domestic folly," My8 Eban. Ter-
rensts, he argues, are a threat to
individual lives, but not to the life
the Israeli state. The greatest
^er comes from those who
uPport annexation of the West
Bik and Gaza.
JFS**'1 article in Tikkun comes
W less than a month after Israeli
rnme Minister Shamir has called
hi Venewi effort at settling
I* West Bank. In the most
riramatic response to Shamir by a
"pes that "permanent Israeli
'n the West Bank and Gaza is
longer official Israeli doctrine
1 no accredited spokesman of
"* >untry has a right to pro-
pound it as a national consensus."
EBAN CLAIMS that the
leadership of the Labor Party is
fully committed to its April. 1986
resolution that supports "the ter-
mination of Israeli rule over the
1.300,000 Palestinian Arabs in the
West Bank and Gaza."
Eban contends that current set-
tlers in the West Bank will not be
able to stop an Israeli withdrawal
once a peace accord is reached. He
attacks "the preposterous idea
that 50,000 may dictate the
destiny and policy of the four
million who reside in the area
under Israeli law ... A movement
whose members have been caught
attacking mosques four decades
after Nazi assault on Jewish
synagogues does not merit any
degree of defense."
In the strongest critique of
Shamir to date, Eban asserts that
"the idea of exercising permanent
rule over a foreign nation can only
be defended by an ideology and
rhetoric of self-worship and ex-
clusiveness that are incompatible
with the ethical legacy of pro-
phetic Judaism and classical
Zionism."
group that went to Bucharest.
The participants ran a gauntlet
of jeers and abuse from
demonstrators at Ben Gurion Air-
port who included relatives of ter-
rorist victims. In the eyes of many
Israelis the Bucharest meeting is
nothing more than a PLO pro-
paganda event.
The PLO announced it was sen-
ding a member of its Central Com-
mittee, Mohammed Milhem, a
former West Bank Mayor. But
rumors that PLO chief Yasir
Arafat and other top leaders
would attrend turned out to be
false.
Earlier Premeir Yitzhak Shamir
urged the Rumanian government
to withdraw its support from the
meeting because it would involve
Israeli citizens in an illegal act.
Foreign Minister Shimon Peres
characterized the event as "a
theater of the absurd."
MINISTER-Without-Portfolio
Ezer Weizman, who works out of
the Foreign Ministry, said last
Tuesday (Nov. 4) that he thought
the Israeli group should stay
home, not because meetings with
the PLO are banned but because
such unofficial contacts do
nothing to advance the peace pro-
cess. According to Weizman, the
issues under discussion "are
political matters of the first
degree" which cannot be settleed
by unauthorized persons.
Meanwhile, the Israeli Commit-
tee of War Resist*rs International
and the International Movement
of Conscientious Objectors has ap-
pealed to Peres to allow one of
their people. Yeshayahu Toma-
Shik, to go to Amman this week
for an international conference on
non-violence. It was organized by
the Arab Thought Forum under
the patronage of Crown Prince
Hassan, brother of King Hussein.
Two toddlers get acquainted with Sabbath candles at a Parenting
Center program in Manhattan's Central Synagogue. The nation-
wide program, which provides opportunities to experience the
Jewish world through the celebration of Shabbat, holidays and
life-cycle events in an extended family environment, was
developed by the Union of American Hebrew Congregations and is
now operating in 90 Reform congregations across the country.
Tribunal Rejects Arab's Appeal
JERUSALEM (JTA) A
military tribunal in Nablus
unanimously rejected an appeal
against deportation by Akram
Haniye, editor of the East
Jerusalem Arabic daily A-Shaab.
His attorney, Felicia Langer, an-
nounced she would take the case
to the Supreme Court.
Haniye was arrested and
ordered deported on charges that
he was a principal coordinator of
Palestine Liberation Organization
political activities in the ad-
ministered territories. The
authorities conceded, however,
that he was not involved in ter-
rorist activities.
The deportation order will not
be implemented pending a deci-
sion by the Supreme Court.
The order to expel Haniye to
Jordan was angrily protested by
Arab journalists and the general
population in the territories. The
Jerusalem Press Association join-
ed the protest after several days
of hesitation. It sent telegrams to
Premier Yitzhak Shamir
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Page 4-A The Jewish FToridian/Friday, November 14, 1986
Making Deals
With Terrorism
It would be nice to blame it exclusively on
the French for refusing to promise that
there can be no deals with terrorists. For a
long time, the French have been saying that
they make no deals with Arab terrorist
groups or with countries bankrolling them,
and so there would be no need to sign a com-
mitment proposed by The Twelve the
European Economic Community nations
to that effect in Luxembourg last month.
But for just as long a time, no matter what
they say, the French have quietly done just
that made deals whenever and wherever
they thought it would help keep the peace
from terrorist activity in their own country.
In the Lerner-Lowe classic "My Fair Lady,"
one of the lyrics declares that the French
don't actually care what you do so long as
you pronounce it correctly.
So much for the French, including Prime
Minister Jacques Chirac, who this week
passed along the story allegedly told him by
West German Chancellor Helmut Kohl and
Foreign Minister Hans-Dietrich Genscher at
that meeting of the EEC Council of
Ministers in Luxembourg to the effect that
Syria was not to blame for the bombing at-
tempt of an El Al jet in London on Apr. 17.
No, according to Chirac's retold tale, it
was the Israelis. Presumably, the Prime
Minister pronounced his words very
beautifully indeed as he reported what the
Germans now insist is a lie.
The Reagan Involvement
But what about the Greeks, who want
nothing whatever to do with an organized
war on terrorism?
Moreover, what about Ronald Reagan,
President of the United States, who now, it
is dear, has been engaging in a covert opera-
tion these last two years to trade American
arms to Iran for terrorist hostages in
Lebanon, as a three-part series ending in
The Jewish Flondian last week appears now
to have so accurately reported?
This is the same President Reagan who
has time and again made public utterrances
that he would never deal with terrorist
hostage-takers. This is the same President
Reagan who has been twisting the arms of
our so-called European allies, all of whom
except Great Britain, have refused to enter
enthusiastically into s war on terrorism
except to make nice speeches about such a
war.
So we are back again to pretty words
beautifully pronounced, the French ideal of
the rightness of things. Only it is not just the
French who are hypocrites. So are the other
European nations for whom there are no
enemies, only customers. So is President
Reagan who, it appeared, just about con-
vinced the Europeans last week to join him
and the British in isolating Syria over the
Apr. 17 attempted bombing of the Israeli jet
at Heathrow.
That is, until the story about the U.S.
arms deal with Iran finally emerged.
Deception in Government
Now that the President's own duplicity is
a national scandal, what is there left to ex-
pect in the war on terrorism?
We can say of the French that they have
learr.ed nothing from history, their own
especially. We can say that they did not take
Jewish Floridian
German Nazism seriously in the 1930 s
allowing Nazi and Fascist groups to flourish
freely in their country. We can say that they
fought like paper tigers against the U?r-
mans in WorldWar II. We can say of France
that, now that it has been holding Klaus Bar-
bie, the notorious "butcher of Lyon. in jail
for the past few years, it drags its feet in
trying him.
But the French can take care of their own
wickedness. Thev have always been able to
do that. But in the wake of our own national
scandal, there is so much more to be said
about stealth, secrecy, deception and
outright lies in the halls of our own
government.
Serious Talk Needed
For us. there is something sad in obsery-
ing Sen. Daniel Patrick Moynihan (D.. N.YJ
telling a Jewish gathering in New York the
other night that he will continue his efforts
to get the United States Embassy in Israel
to move from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem.
It takes two to tango Sen. Moynihan to
make the promise and the Jewish gathering,
in this instance guests of the Fourth Annual
Defender of Jerusalem Award ceremony, to
listen to him. Both are to blame for such a
wasteful presentation.
The fact is that such a move would be ab-
solutely unrealistic at this time or even in
the foreseeable future. Those who know
something about the Realpolitik of the area
also understand that the United States
operates a consular office in Jerusalem
which actually serves as an Arab affairs
center with the specific purpose of soft-
soaping Arab Israelis and even Jordanians
in the West Bank territories. This is not
what a U.S. consular office is supposed to be
doing. The purpose of a consular office is as
a regional adjunct to its embassy in the
capital of the host nation, with its specific
services to Americans not to citizens of
Israel.
Insiders have long witnessed a tug of war
between the U.S. Embassy in Tel Aviv and
the consular office in Jerusalem, which has
powers beyond just about any other or-
dinary consular office operated by any other
nation anywhere else in the world. Behind
the scenes stories abound that embassy per
sonnel in Tel Aviv regard consular personnel
in Jerusalem as "enemies" and that the con-
flicting political, and therefore ideological
purposes of these two offices make in-
telligent cooperation between them essen-
tially impossible.
This state of affairs symbolizes the ab-
solutely schizophrenic attitude that our
State Department has toward the status of
Jerusalem, let alone Israel, its Arab citizens,
and Arab nations nearby. In the face of such
a situation, can anyone honestly anticipate a
U.S. move of its embassy to Jerusalem soot!
It is noble of Sen. Moynihan that he mam-
tains this ultimate purpose as an item on his
personal agenda. But it is of little conse-
quence. Worse, the Jewish organization
which he addressed should also have
understood this. To lend a serious ear to
such talk is demeaning not only of the ideal
that Sen. Moynihan says he espouses. It b
also demeaning to the audience
Remembering Suez
How the y56 War Isolated Britain

November 14.19W
12 HESHV AN 6747
Number 46
Bv MAURICE SAMUELSON
LONDON On
the 30th anniversary of the
Suez affair. British public
opinion suddenly appears to
be taking a less critical view
of the events culminating in
one of this country's
greatest ever humiliations
and which catapulted the
glamorous and talented
Prime Minister Anthony
Eden from power.
This may partly reflect the cur-
rent British disenchantment with
present-day Arab nationalism. It
is also due to s new snd highly ac-
claimed biography of Eden, which
views with sympathy his decision
to reply with force to Egyptian
President Gamat Abdel Nasser's
unilateral nationalization of the
Sues Canal.
THIRTY YEARS ago. Britain
and Prance, in secret collusion
with Israel, invsded Egypt to
regain control of the Sues Canal.
through which two-thirds of Bri-
tain's vital oil supplies were
transported In the face of world-
wide uproar, from the United
States. Soviet Union and much of
the United Nations, the invaders
had to retreat, presenting Nasser
with a spectacular political
victory.
Recently. Britain wss again at
odds with the leading Arab na-
tionalist state not Egypt but
Syria, whose involvement in the
El Al aircraft bomb plot last April
caused Britain to break off
diplomatic relations with
Damascus
Hell. Selwyn. why did
you stop? Why didn't
you go through with it
and get Nasser down?
John Foster Dulles
James comments It
would have been better
for everyone if that had
happened .
As in 1956. Britain finds itself
uncomfortably isolated This time,
it is the Israelis snd the
Americans who are siding with
Britain But France. Britain's
1956 comrade-in-arms, has turned
a deaf ear to British pleas for
solidarity; so did the other Euro-
pean Economic Community
(EEC) partners, not to mention
the Soviet Union which stridently
supported the extreme Syrian
position.
IT IS THE Syrians themselves
who have drawn s parallel bet-
ween the present British-Syrian
rift and the events of 1966. Syrian
officials are claiming that Britain
had conspired against Damascus
with the U.S. and Israel just as in
1966 they had plotted against
Nasser with Prance and Israel.
The British reappraisal of Eden
emerges in the official biography
of him by historian and feUow
Conservative Party politician
Robert Rhodes James, published
here last month.
In it, the author largely vin-
dicates Eden's motives for trying
to topple Nasser and places much
of the blame for his failure on the
slowness of Britain mwurj
operations, on th? ambiguity
I'S Secretary of State Jo"
Foster Dulles, and the doubteni
the British Cabinet
He also noise* Eden* cos-
I.....| rial habit :' equsnst
Nasser with Hitler Mu**
pointing out that : srai the nil
Labor opposition eader Hs
tiaitakell who had first made*
emouve comparer At the sWJ
time. James emphasuei m
danger which th* rev.>lutxn7
Egyptian leader ;ncreasingjjJ*
ed. with Soviet support, to Bnt
and Western lateral*
IN A SEPARATE article **
London Times recently, J
calls Eden a frustrated
peacemaker who was driven
force as s last resort He JJ
Eden was "sbsoluu-.y right"
his sssessment of Nass*r.
he describes as ar. "unpKsaa
and dangerous man
He concludes, however.*
Eden "not only outlived >**
but saw his old opponent
megalomaniac dreann
stratagems collapse. hM m
memorial being the divid* a-
embittered Middle East*"*
Egypt that has moved from
tasy into cold reality
When Dulles was almost**
death bed. the writer re
said toSehryn Lloyd. EdeiiiWJ
Foreign Secretary: "Hdlj^
whTaSyoustop'WhyAdn^
go through with it snd get ssw
downr -
James comments: "KJ'Jj
have been better for every**
that had happened.


Russian Minister
yisits N. Y. Synagogue
Hebrew School Kids
Friday, November 14, 1986/The Jewish Floridian Page 5-A
By JOSEPH BERGER
An unlikely visitor toured
la Hebrew day school on
Manhattan's East Side
[recently. The visitor was
Uonstantin M. Kharchev,
isirman of the Soviet
jvernment's Council of
|Religious Affairs, which
supervises organized
religion.
Thr Park East Day School is the
kimi of religious school that by law
allowed in the Soviet t'nion.
irchev saw an elementary-
chool classroom where children
igfal to celebrate Sabbath
?. a-ere a "father" blesses the
rine, and a "mother" blesses the
(laming candles. He even joined in
Israeli dances with 30 youngsters.
kicking his legs up, chuckling with
ire and hugging students.
HIS HOST. Rabbi Arthur
chneier of Park East Synagogue.
ho is president of the Appeal of
.onscience Foundation, an in-
erdenominational group, tried to
nake the point that religious
elief, if it is to take hold, must be
uned at a young age.
But Kharchev said his Govern-
nent believed religion should be
aught only to adults because only
hey are mature enough to make
their minds about faith. Moral
Jues are taught by the Com-
nunist Party, he amid.
Although the argument was not
ettled. Kharchev seemed pleased
at he could engage in such
liscussions. He is trying to per
if his hosts that the Soviet
is interested in making ac-
ammodationa to religious groups.
According to Rabbi Schneier.
rehev is the first Soviet
Dvernment official in charge of
nous affairs to visit the United
States. During his 12-day trip.
Kharchev has also met with
Roman Catholic, Eastern Or-
thodox and Protestant leaders in
New York, Atlanta and
Washington.
IN AN hour-long interview in
Manhattan, Kharchev, 52 years
old. a gregarious man who was
smoking American cigarettes,
said the "revolutionary process of
democratization under way"
under Mikhail S. Gorbachev would
also affect religious life.
The broad policy in recent
decades has been not to close the
nation's 8,500 churches, but to
control them. Religious education
is forbidden for children and teen-
agers, except within the family. If
bishops, priests and rabbis remain
within unspoken limits, they are
left alone. Religious faiths that
are not officially accepted,
however, like some Christian fun-
damentalist sects, are still
repressed.
Kharchev said that under revis-
ed legislation, churches would be
permitted to own property. He
also said that religious leaders
were appearing on radio and
television, that more churches
were open and encountered fewer
tensions with the authorities and
that 100,000 Bibles would be
published there next year.
He said the official attitude
toward religion had changed. In
the 1960's, he said, the official
view was that religion would
vanish, but this prognosis did not
turn out to be true. Authorities
now realise, he said, that they
must work realistically with
religion in a country where 20 per-
cent of the people are regarded as
"believers."
"FOR THE first time in the
Soviet Union," Kharchev, a
democratization in Russia 'underway.'
Kharchev to Rabbi Schneier
nonbeliever. said, "the believer is
being portrayed as a positive per-
son, as a good person, as a person
with high moral qualities."
Speaking of the Soviet Union's
1.8 million Jews, Kharchev said
the Government was prepared to
increase the number of students
who are sent to a rabbinical
seminary in Budapest, the only
one in the Soviet bloc. It would
also consider training rabbinical
students in the United States, he
said, provided the "climate bet-
ween the two countries" permit
such an exchange.
Later, at a news conference at
the Overseas Press Club, Khar-
chev said all but two or three of
the Soviet Union's 110
synagogues had a rabbi. He was
corrected by Rabbi Schneier, who
said only four or five synagogues
in the largest cities had rabbis.
The others are led by laymen, the
rabbi said. Kharchev conceded
that he had not studied the
background of synagogue leaders.
At the news conference, Khar-
chev faced questioning by ac-
tivists on behalf of Soviet Jewry
Coatinaed on Page 12-A

Writer Uri Greenberg Foresaw Holocaust
In His Poetry Well Before the Fact
poet came to write by sitting
with feet in a river.
By ZEV GOLAN
The underground war for
Israel's independence, the
Holocaust, and the Six-Day
War all appear in the songs
of Uri Zvi Greenberg
(1896-1981). Nothing
unusual about that, you may
be thinking, except that
each of them appeared in
Greenberg's poetry 20 or
more years before they ac-
tually took place.
The great Hebrew poet, Chaim
Nachman Bialik, once asked
Greenberg how he was able to
write of the Holocaust and to
describe the murder of millions of
Jews in 1922. Greenberg
answered that this was simply
"what I saw before my eyes." A
more startling secret is revealed
by Uri Zvi's widow, Aliza: "Many
of the poems in Rehovot Hanahar.
a 1951 volume describing in detail
the atrocities of the Holocaust.
were written the previous decade
before Uri Zvi had read the grim
news reports from Europe. Yet all
the facts we know today corres-
pond to the poems."
GREENBERG, however, does
more than prophesy, notes
philosopher Dr. Israel Eldad, a
student of Greenberg's work. In
"Holy of Holies," he imagines he
has carried his mortally wounded
mother to the land of Israel. She
speaks:
Let me touch your body .
your garments are rough, my eon.
soldier's clothes
and a rifle on your shoulder .
good for you my son .
Once I wished to see you robed only
in silk.
This is no longer what I wish.
While other Hebrew poets ac-
companied the Jewish people on
its way and gave expression to the
struggle for statehood, explains
Dr. Eldad, Greenberg predated it.
commanded it. "His books." says
Eldad, "made history."
Do not nod at my sorrow be you
as sorrowful as I.
And again:
Blessed it trie sorrow that leads to
anger. .
and blessed is the anger that leads
to deeds holy and cruel.
The Jewish youth of the 1930's
and 1940'8 read lines such as these
and understood that their lot was
not silken clothing but rather
readiness for battle. Greenberg's
expressiomstic poetry often reads
like Old Testament prose, and oc-
casionally like intensely personal
romantic lyricism, but it always
takes the reader on a demanding
journey through Jewish history,
as well as history yet-to-be-made.
"The lines are sometimes a bit
long," remarked Bialik, "but what
strong expression, pathos, mean-
ing and the main thing, a fabulous
central theme: the redemption of
Israel."
Aliza Greenberg says her late
husband's work was "clearly
religious poetry" in that his soul
was in constant search of a
faraway God. "He attempted to
define existence and he invariably
found God at its base." He was in-
fluenced first and foremost by
Jewish midrasatm and prayers,
also by Heine, and he enjoyed
Whitman and Blake, but he was
bom a rebel.
Young Uri Zvi's first work fac-
tually describes how he came to
write: sitting with his feet in a
Continued on Page 12-A


Page 6-A The Jewish Floridian/Friday, November 14, 1986
U.S. Role?
Involvement in Arms Deal Likely
By MARGIE OLSTEK
NEW YORK (JTA) -
The United States may have
received the cooperation of
Israelis in supplying
American weapons spare
parts to Iran in efforts to
negotiate the release of
American hostages in
Lebanon, according to an
Israel Radio report.
The broadcast said that Robert
McFarlane, former National
Security Adviser to President
Reagan, met with Israeli officials,
including David Kimche. when he
was director-general of the
Foreign Ministry until last month
when Yitzhak Shamir replaced
Shimon Peres as Premier under
the national unity government's
rotation agreement. McFarlane
and Kimche are reportedly very
friendly. The Israel Consul
General in New York was not
available for comment.
EARLIER LAST WEEK, the
Speaker of the Iranian Parlia-
ment, Hajatolislam Hashemi Raf-
anjani, announced that
McFarlane and four other
Americana made a secret mission
to Iran in September offering
American spare parts.
Sources in the U.S. government
confirmed that the Administra-
tion was involved in an ongoing ef-
fort to allow spare parts to reach
Iran through third parties in ef-
forts to win Iranian assistance in
controlling terrorism, according
to press reports.
Rafsanjani was quoted in the
Iranian and American press as
saying that McFarlane and four
unidentified Americans arrived
last September on s plane loaded
with spare parts, posing as crew
members. Iran reportedly pur-
chased the equipment from inter-
national arms dealers. McFarlane
and his four escorts were
reportedly held in a hotel room for
five days and then deported.
The Jewish Telegraphic Agency
reported in a series dated Oct. 21,
22 and 28 on a court case involv-
ing a $2.5 billion arms sale of
American weapons to Iran by in-
ternational arms dealers including
Israelis.
IN THE CASE. 17 defendants,
four of them Israelis, are charged
in a New York court with con-
spiracy to sell some $2.5 billion
worth of American-made weapons
and spare parts to Iran through a
third party.
Attorneys for defendants in the
case filed papers in court conten-
ding that high-ranking U.S. Ad-
ministration. State Department
and Pentagon officials considered
and eventually approved covert
arms sales of American military
hardware to Iran.
The lawyers said the U.S. of-
ficials had used some of the depen-
dants, who were international
arms merchants, as in-
termediaries to sell the arms to
Iran.
The defendants in the case
negotiated with an Iranian who
they said posed as a buyer for the
Iranian government but who was
actually acting as an informant
for the U.S. government. That
man, Cyrus Hashemi, is the cousin
of the Speaker of the Iranian
Parliament, Hashemi-Rafsanjani,
who first released the story on
McFarlane's visit.
GOVERNMENT sources in the
U.S. have acknowledged that
Tehran was promised, in ex
change for assistance in getting
the American hostages in
Lebanon released, that the U.S.
would not block the sale of surplus
American arms and spare parts to
Iran from third parties according
to reports this week.
Although there is no ostensible
link between the McFarlane caper
Goldfarb Has Cancer Operation,
Son Alex Calls It Success
NEW YORK (JTA) -
Former refuaenik David Goldfarb
underwent a four-hour lung
cancer operation at Columbia-
Presbyterian Hospital last
Wednesday (Nov. 5) which his son.
Alex, described as having been
successful.
David Goldfarb remains in the
intensive care unit, but Alex said
that his father was joking with
visitors and is in s good mood.
Alex, s microbiologist at Columbia
University, also said that his
sister, Olga, in Moscow told him in
a telephone call that Soviet
authorities told her to call back in
Offer Below Price
TEL AVIV (WNS) -
Transport Minister Chaim Corfu
disclosed Nov. 4 that American
and Canadian investors have of-
fered to buy El Al, the
government-owned national
asrhne. for about $350 million.
The offer was far below the accep-
table price, he said, noting that
Treasury experts put the value of
El Al at $800 million
a week for an emergency visa to
visit her father in New York.
"This is good news." he said.
David Goldfarb had written a let-
ter from his hospital bed to Soviet
leader Mikhail Gorbachev asking
that his daughter and family be
permitted to join him as a
humanitarian gesture.
David Goldfarb. 67, a retired
geneticist, was released suddenly
from his Moscow hospital bed last
month upon the personal in-
tervention of U.S. industrialist
Armand Hammer with Soviet
leaders, and immediately flown to
the United States with his wife
Cecilia. His release followed a
long campaign for his freedom by
Alex.
David Goldfarb has been suffer
ing from severe complications of
diabetes, including partial am-
putation of his foot. Goldfarb lost
his other leg as s Soviet war hero
in the Battle of Stalingrad during
World War II. He also suffers
from heart disease and is due to
undergo further surgery
sometime in the future. Alex said.
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and the court case involving the
Israeli arms dealers, the most re-
cent reports seem to confirm
much of what the lawyers in the
case have alleged in regard to the
U.S. government's involvement in
third party sales of American
surplus military hardware.
For example, in the JTA report,
sources in Washington were
quoted ss saying one motivation
for opening up covert arms sales
to Iran might be to cultivate the
more moderate elements in Iran.
Last Wednesday, former
Secretary of State Alexander
Haig said publicly that he did not
doubt that the U.S. is trying to
cultivate the moderate elements
in Iran.
JTA also reported on the case
that U.S. officials were using mid-
dlemen like Israel to deliver the
American weapons to Iran. The
Israel Radio report also seemed to
confirm these earlier comments
by officials.
SOURCES IN the government
had acknowledged previously that
an active debate existed between
the different agencies of govern-
ment on whether to open up the
covert sales of weapons to Iran.
The most recent reports back this
3i. ABC News reported that the
cFariane mission had taken
place with only the knowledge of
the National Security office and a
few high-placed officials.
Attorneys in the case of the
Israeli arms dealers said that bas-
ed on their interviews with defen-
dants, the State Department,
Pentagon and the Administration
were the key governmental bodies
deciding on the policies of arms
shipments to Iran.
U.S. officials denied any roles in
approving the deal in question in
the New York City court case. But
last week many U.S. officials
seemed much less reluctant to
acknowledge that the U.S. had
been working with Iran to free the
Dr. Ismar Schorsch. chancelhrr of the Jewish ThgoUmea
Seminary of America, looks at the Solomon Schechlir \/.
which he presented on Oct. 23 to Goldie Kweller (righti ..r AW
Gardens Hills, N.Y. Looking on is Ei the National Women's Patrons Society. The Solomon Srhrrhtt'r
Medal was presented to Mrs. Kweller at the Annual rVdttOM
Women's Patrons Society Luncheon at the seminary.
hostages and, for the most part,
the government has not denied
that some arms shipments to Iran
through third parties like Israei
have taken place with the tacit ap-
proval of the U.S. government
The Israel Histadrut Foundation
Is pleased to announce
the removal of its offices
to our new location at:
The Professional Tower Building
1680 Michigan Avenue, Suite 908
(corner of Michigan Ave. and 17th Street,
opposite the Cuban Hebrew Congregation)
You are cordially invited
to our office warming celebration
On Monday, November 24th
starting at 11:30 a.m.
Refreshments Will be served.
DR. SOL STEIN
President
MORT GOLDBERG
Executive Director


Off to Helsinki
Invitation to Abram, Hoenlein
Friday, November 14, 1986/The Jewish Floridian Page 7-A
NEW YORK Morris B.
Abram, chairman of the Con-
ference of Presidents of Major
American Jewish Organizations,
and Malcolm Hoenlein, executive
director, have accepted invita-
tions from the U.S. State Depart-
ment to serve as public members
of the U.S. delegation to the
follow-up conference on the
Helsinki accords that began in
Vienna last week. They were ask-
ed to serve by Warren Zimmer-
man, chief of the U.S. delegation
to the meeting.
The two Jewish leaders are
among 15 prominent Americans
taking part in the Vienna con-
ference, known formally as the
Follow-Up Meeting of the Con-
ference on Security and Coopera-
tion in Europe (CSCE).
AT THE MEETING, expected
to run for six weeks, the 35 par-
ticipating states will review the
status of all issues covered by the
1975 Helsinki Final Act and the
1983 Madrid Concluding
Document.
In inviting Abram and Hoenlein
to participate in the Vienna
meeting. Zimmerman wrote:
"Public members provide
several important services to our
CSCE delegations. They help call
public attention to the CSCE pro-
BM and to U.S. objectives within
it. Foremost among these at Vien-
na is improved implementation by
the participating states notably
the Soviet Union and its East
European allies of their
Helsinki and Madrid
commitments.
"Public members are a source of
valuable expertise and experience
concerning CSCE compliance
failures that should be brought to
light and effective ways of doing
so. In addition, public members
serve as a unique means of two-
way communication between the
delegation and concerned consti-
tuencies at home."
Each public member of the U.S.
delegation is asked to spend at
least two weeks in Vienna. Abram
and Hoenlein will attend the
meetings separately.
IN A STATEMENT on the
Vienna meeting, Zimmerman
declared:
"Although the CSCE balance
sheet has shown mixed results to
date, the basic fact of the CSCE
process has been the failure of the
Soviet Union and. to varying
degrees, its East European allies
to comply with their Helsinki com-
mitments. As Secretary Shultz
stated in 1985: 'Ten years after
the signing of the Final Act. no
one can deny the gap between
hope and performance. Despite
the real value of the Final Act as a
standard of conduct, the most im-
portant promises of a decade ago
have not been kept.'
"Egregious new compliance
failures occur and old ones con-
tinue. The Soviet Union still oc-
cupies Afghanistan and imprisons
and otherwise penalizes its own
citizens for exercising the rights
and freedoms promised in the
Final Act. Despite the recent
resolution of several cases, many
Soviet citizens married to
Americans are cruelly separated
from their spouses by official
denial of exit permission.
"The number of Soviet Jews
allowed to emigrate mainly for
family reunification, has fallen
drastically from the levels permit-
ted in the late 1970s. The same is
true for Soviet citizens of German
and Armenian nationality.
Recently, U.S. reporter Nicholas
Daniloff was taken hostage on
fabricated charges of espionage
in flagrant violation of CSCE
pledges concerning the treatment
of journalists .
"FOR THE U.S. and its NATO
allies at Vienna, the primary aim
is to improve significantly
Eastern compliance with all the
principles and provisions of the
Helsinki and Madrid documents.
At the outset, the West will
review thoroughly Eastern per-
formance, raising specific pro-
blems in conference sessions and
Morris Abram
bilateral meetings.
"Another important aim is .
to ensure human rights are given
at least equal weight with other
CSCE elements The suc-
cessful outcome of the Stockholm
security talks highlights the need
to address human problems

Malcolm Hoenlein
human rights, basic freedoms, and
humanitarian cooperation. Tangi-
ble steps in these fields are
necessary if the CSCE process is
to advance. It is important that
new steps forward be based solid-
ly on significant improvement in
compliance with existing
commitments."
800 U.S. Soldiers in Israel
To Join UN Sinai Force
TEL AVIV (JTA) U.S.
military aircraft will land 800
American soldiers in Israel later
this month to bring the American
contingent of the United Nations
peace observer force in Sinai up to
full strength.
Military transports are being us-
ed for the first time because of the
crash of a chartered civilian plane
over Newfoundland last
December which killed 248
Marines on their way home from
duty in Sinai.
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Israel Signs
$5.1 Million SDI Contract
TEL AVTV (JTA) Israel
signed a contract with the U.S.
last Wednesday (Nov. 5) to under-
take research on an a-ballistic
missile defense systems, a project
related to the Reagan Administra-
tion's Strategic Defense Initiative
(SDI), commonly known as Star
War*.
Tbe contract, reported to be in
the neighborhood of $5.1 milbon.
ia the first of its kind entered into
by the U.S. with a non-NATO
country. It was signed here by
David Ivri, director general of the
Defense Ministry, and Gordon
Smith, deputy director nt the SDI
Organisation.
IT IS REGARDED as Israel's
first bid for a share in the $27
billion SDI research allocation
based on the U.S.-Israel
memorandum of understanding
on strategic cooperation signed by
the two countries last May.
Apart from participating in
lucrative SDI contracts. Israel has
a special interest in an ti -ballistic
missile research to counter the ad-
vanced Soviet SS-21 short rang*
missiles reportedly in Syrian
hands. The SS-21s are capable of
reaching any part of Israel from
Syrian territory.
Meanwhile. U.S. Deputy
Secretary of Defense Wilham
Taft. touring Europe and the Mid-
dle East, began a three-day visit
to Israel. He met with Defense
Minister Yitzhak Rabin and senior
officials of the Defense Ministry
at Israel Defense Force
headquarters.
Israel Radio reported that Taft
would renew a contract with
Israel Aircraft Industries (LAI) for
the maintenance of 15 Israel-
made Kfir jet fighter-bombers on
lease to the U.S. Navy. The Israeli
planes are used to simulate Soviet
aircraft in combat exercises.
You
Writer Lore Segal (second from right) accepts the 1986 Harold V.
Rxbalow Prize for her novel 'Her First American' from M.Z
Ribalow. ton of the noted Jewish author for whom the award is
named, at ceremonies at Hadassah House The Prize ad-
ministered by Hadassah Magazine, is given annually for a work
of fiction on a Jewish theme. Also present at the award ceremony,
were (from left) Alan Tigay, executive editor of Hadassah
Magazine, and Rose Goldman, Hadassah'* national chairman
for the publication.
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Public Aware
Friday, November 14, 1986/The Jewish Floridian Page 9-A
Of Mean-Spirited Religious Pluralism Failures
r.
Bt DAVID LANDAU
JERUSALEM-(JTA)-
An ugly and mean-spirited
incident at a Reform con-
gregation in the Baka
suburb of Jerusalem on Sim-
chat Torah eve has sensitiz-
ed the public to the issue of
religious pluralism in Israel
as rarely ever before and
has given the Reform move
ment here a sympathetic
hearing to press its case for
equal treatment.
Most Israelis were shocked
when Orthodox realots in Baka,
led by the local chief rabbi, Eliahu
Abergil. disrupted the Reform
congregation's services at the
neighborhood community center
and attempted to forcibly wrest
Torahs from the congregants
while hurling curses at them.
MOST ISRAELIS were further
repelled by the subsequent public
comments of the Sephardk Chief
Rabbi. Mordechai Eliahu, and
others of the Orthodox religious
establishment, justifying the in-
cursion. Abergil was arrested and
faced charges of violating the
criminal code.
But later he expressed regret
for his actions and gave a written
promise never again to interfere
with Reform worship. Rabbi Levi
Weiman-Kelman of the Reform
Kol Haneshama congregation
withdrew the complaint and the
two rabbis embraced outside the
police station.
Certainly no Madison Avenue
PR firm could have conjured such
favorable publicity for the Reform
, movement only 5,000 strong in
a country of four million
especially as it is about to dedicate
its massive new center in
Jerusalem.
While editorial writers and pun-
dits welcomed the amicable
resolution of the Baka incident,
they point out correctly that the
broader questions it raised remain
unanswered. Is there in fact
freedom of worship for Jews in
the Jewish State? In the sense
that they are free to pray to God
in whatever way they choose, the
answer is doubtlessly yes.
BUT INSOFAR as the question
pertains to State recognition of
non Orthodox Judaism, the
answer, most certainly, is no.
Marriages, divorces and conver-
oos, the three principal elements
for personal status, reside ex-
clusively in the jurisdiction of the
Chief Rabbinate which is entirely
Orthodox. Some departures are
permitted, but they are all in the
direction of ultra-Orthodoxy, not
Minister
Invites Pope
JERUSALEM (JTA) -
2?? "W* Avraham Sharir
m here last Thursday (Nov. 6)
^Cardinal Ernesto Korfio
FrS lfexk*n Catholics, who is
T8'1"* Israel. He used the occa-
s'on to extend a formal invitation
^Pope John Paul II to visit
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ISR *>* the Pope in Rome
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and
toward Reform or Conservative
Judaism.
With two kibbuUim in Israel
and a third planned, the Reform
movement has had an impact on
certain areas of Israeli life. By the
same token, it has failed so far to
attract any mass following and is
therefore in no way comparable in
terms of popular strength to the
Reform movement in the United
States.
Nevertheless, Reform leaders
here and in America are not
discouraged. They are en-
thusiastically involved in transfor-
ming what was once a bastion of
anti-Zionism in the U.S. into s
thoroughly pro-Zionist movement.
REFORM rabbinical students
in the U.S. are required to take
one year of courses at the Hebrew
Union College (HUC) Center in
Jerusalem. That is only one reflec-
tion of the trend toward iden-
tification with Israel by the
Reform movement. The new HUC
Center building, a magnificent
(30 million edifice on King David
Street in the heart of Jerusalem,
is an extension of the desire to
make the HUC and Israel in-
separably linked.
All of the key lay and clergy
leaders of Reform Jewry attended
the dedication ceremonies. But
this is not to say that a surge
toward Reform Judaism in Israel
is imminent.
The reasons for the Reform
movement's lack of popular ap-
peal have never been carefully
researched or clearly understood.
But plainly there is resistance
which goes far beyond the in-
fluence of the Orthodox establish-
ment. Reform leaders, American
and Israeli, will be pondering this
in the weeks ahead.


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Page 10-A The Jewiah FToridian/Friday, November 14, 1986
In Senate, House
Jewish Candidates Fared Very Well
Syracuse, N.Y. Democrat
Concedes Defeat in House
Continued from Page 1-A
Jewish woman eleced to the
House. A Democract. she served
three terms in the House,
representing a Manhattan
district. But last Tuesday, runn-
ing in Westchester, Abzug failed
to unseat Rep. Joseph DioGuardi,
a Republican, elected to his se-
cond term.
If Pooler was elected, the House
would again have three Jewish
women. The two incumbents are
Reps. Barbara Boxer and Sala
Burton (both D Cal.).
IN THE Senate races, Missouri
Lieutenant Gov. Harriett Woods,
a Democrat, lost in her second at-
tempt to become the first Jewish
woman elected to the Senate. She
was defeated by former Gov.
Christopher Bond, a Republican.
for the seat being vacated by Sen.
Thomas Eagieton (D.. Mo.).
Two other Jews running for the
Senate also lost. Kramer and
Mark Green, a Democrat, who
failed to upset Sen. Alfonse
D'Amato (R., NY). The two
Jewish Senators reelected were
Sens. Arlen Specter (R.. Pa.) and
Warren Rudman (R., Vt).
Meanwhile, with the House re-
maining under Democratic control
and the Democrats taking over
the Senate by a 55-45 margin, lit-
tle change is expected in the
strong support for Israel and
Soviet Jewry in Congress.
However, church-state and other
social issues sought by the Reagan
Administration and viewed as
dangerous by the Jewish com-
munity would appear to have little
chance of passage during the next
two years.
Leading supporters of Israel.
ranging from governor liberal
Democrats to conservative
Republicans, were reelected to the
Senate. Among these are: Sens.
Alan Cranston (D.. Cal.).
Christopher Dodd (D., Conn.).
Daniel Inouye (IV. Hawaii).
D'Amato. Bob Packwood (R..
Ore.) and Robert hasten (R..
Wis.).
While the number of Jews in the
Senate are evenly divided among
Democrats and Republicans, in
the House the Jewish contingent
is overwhelmingly Democrat.
25-4.
Liver Transplant Patient
Dead from Massive Bleeding
JERUSALEM (JTA) Mira
Schichmanter. Israel's first liver
transplant patient, died shortly
before dawn Saturday of com-
plications that followed surgery
17 days ago at Rambam Hospital
in Haifa A mother of two from
Kfar Saba. she had her 40th birth-
day in her hospital bed last week,
surrounded by her family who
were with her at the time of
death.
Doctors said her death was not
caused by the operation, which
was successful but by massive in-
ternal hemorrhaging related to
the liver ailment she had suffered
for years, which had made the
transplant necessary. She had
been recovering up to five days
after surgery and was about to be
released from the intensive care
unit when she began to Meed, and
a second operation was
performed.
A Rambam Hospital spokesman
said Sunday it would continue
with liver transplants approved by
the Health Ministry and was not
discouraged. Doctors noted that
the first liver transplants in the
U.S., where the technique was
developed, had a high mortality
rate at first but chances for
recovery now are much improved.
It's A Girl, Rahel, for Sharanskys
JERUSALEM (JTA) A 5.2 pound baby girl was
born by Caesarian section to A vital Sharansky, wife of
Soviet Jewry activist Natan Sharansky, at Misgav Ladach
Hospital here last Thursday (Nov. 6) morning.
IT IS THE FIRST child of the couple who
reunited last February after Natan spent nine years
Soviet prisons and labor camps.
The proud father told reporters at the hospital shortly
after the birth that his daughter is "a very beautiful little
girl." He went so far as to say she is "an exact copy" of her
dad. The infant was named Rahel at a religious ceremony
last Sabbath.
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JEWISH SENATORS are
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Lautenberg (D.. N.J.), Carl Levin
(IV. Mich.), Howard Metzenbaum
(IV. Ohio). Warren Rudman. (K .
N.H.). Arlen Specter (R.. Pa.) and
Edward Zonnsky (K Neb.).
Jewish members of the House
are Gary Ackerman (D.. N.Y.).
Anthony Beilenson (I).. Cal.),
Howard Berman (D.. Cal.), Bar-
bara Boxer (D., Cal), Sala Burton
(D., Cal.), Benjamin Cardin (D..
Md.). Ben Erdreich (I).. Ala.).
Barney Frank (D., Mass.). Martin
Frost (D., Tex).
Also. Sam Gejdenson (D.,
Conn.). Benjamin Gilman (R..
NY). Dan Glickman (I).. Kan.),
Willis Gradison (R.. Ohio). Bill
Green (R.. N.Y.). William Lehman
(D., Fla.), Sander Levin (D..
Mich), Mel Levine (D.. Cal.), Tom
Lantos (D., Cal.). John Miller (R..
Wash.).
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man Sisisky (D.. Va.), Lawrence
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Cal), Ted Weiss (D.. N.Y.),
Howard Wolpe (D Mich). Ron
Wyden (D.. Ore.) and Sidney
Yates (R.. 111.).
IN OTHER election results, one
Jew was elected governor while
the nation's only incumbent
Jewish governor was still in doubt
whether she had won reelection.
Both are Democrats.
Neil Goldschmidt. former
Mayor of Portland and Secretary
of Transportation in the Carter
Administration, was elected
Governor of Oregon. But
Madeleine Kunin. seeking her se-
cond term as Governor of Ver-
mont, received the largest
number of votes but apparently
failed to win the 50 percent ma-
jority required by the Vernont
State Constitution. This means
the decision will be left to the
Republican-controlled
Legislature.
By DAVID FRIEDMAN
WASHINGTON (JTA) -
Rosemary Pooler, a Democrat ac-
tive in the Syracuse Jewish com-
munity, has conceded defeat in
her effort to win election to the
House from New York's 27th
District Nov. 4. She lost to the in-
cumbent, Rep. George Wortley, a
Republican.
According to the Syracuse
Herald-Journal. Wortley outspent
Pooler by $557,697 to $386,407 in
what was a heated campaign.
Pooler's loss leaves the number
of Jews elected to the House at 29.
one less than in the current 99th
Congress, even though one new
Jewish member was elected. Ben-
jamin Cardin (D.. Md.).
However, two Jewish in-
cumbents. Reps. Ken Kramer and
Bobbi Fiedler, both California
Republicans, left their seats in un
successful bids for the Senate
The number of Jewish Senators
remains at eight with the reelec
tion of Sens. Arlen Specter (R
Pa.) and Warren Rudman (R
N.H.).
Meanwhile, Vermont Governor
Madeleine Kunin, a Democrat is
expected to be elected to a second
term by the State Legislature
She won a plurality in the Nov. 4
elections but failed to receive 50
percent of the vote, which means
under Vermont law that the
Legislature decides the issue
A second Jew elected a gover-
nor last Tuesday is NeilNel
Goldschmidt. A former Mayor of
Portland and Secretary of
Transportation in the Carter Ad
ministration, he was elected
Oregon's chief executive.
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Failed In Bids for Office
Friday, November 14, 1986/The Jewish Floridian Page 11-A
By MARGIE OLSTER
NEW YORK (JTA) None
of the 13 candidates affiliated
with the National Democratic
Policy Committee (NDPC) headed
by extremist Lyndon LaRouche
succeeded in bids for state and
federal offices, but some made
strong showings in Texas and Il-
linois races for the U.S. House of
Representatives, early election
results show. The NDPC fielded
candidates in both Republican and
democratic races in eight states.
In Texas, NDPC candidate
Susan Director, running on the
Democratic ballot, won 28 percent
nf the vote for a seat in the U.S.
M <>f Representatives.
IN ILLINOIS, where
UiKouche candidates upset op-
ponanta earlier this year to win
the Democratic primaries for
ScTetary of State and State
Lieutenant Governor, another
LaRouche candidate for the U.S.
House, Dominick Jeffrey, won 27
percent on the Democratic ticket.
Janice Hart, candidate for
Lieutenant Governor, garnered
16 percent running as a
Democrat, and Mark Fairchild.
also running on the Democratic
Jews Urged
To Emigrate
JOHANNESBURG (JTA) -
The chairman of the South
African Zionist Federation has
urged his nation's Jews to more
seriously consider immigration to
Israel, as their relatively comfor-
table South African lifestyle could
end.
The Jewish Echo of Glasgow.
Scotland, reports that M.W.
"Mockie" Friedman warned
delegates to the recent federation
conference here of "a dark night
for Jews, with danger emanating
from the extreme right and ex-
treme left."
In advocating the federation to
establish a task force on aliyah, he
imparted further advice: If Israel
imposes punitive measures on the
government of South Africa
regarding apartheid, it would
result in "additional serious pro-
blems for South African Jewry."
ticket for Secretary of State pick-
ed up six percent.
The results in Illinois indicate
that LaRouche candidates have
lost the bulk of their support since
the primaries last March. Adlai
Stevenson 3rd, who originally ran
on the Democratic ticket for
Governor in the primaries, drop-
ped his bid for the post after he
discovered that two LaRouche
followers would be his running
mates.
In other races in Texas. Harold
Kniffen, running on the
Democratic ballot, received
almost 12 percent of the vote for a
seat in the U.S. House. Two
LaRouche followers running for
the State Legislature in Texas.
George Larkin and Lester
Dahlberg. got 25 percent and 27
percent, respectively.
IN OHIO, another LaRouche
candidate for the U.S. House run-
ning on the Democratic ticket.
Clem Cratty. received 17 percent.
LaRouche's organization had
been labeled anti-Semitic by
Jewish organizations. LaRouche
himself, a three-time Presidential
candidate, has called Queen
Elizabeth II a drug trafficker,
Henry Kissinger a Soviet agent,
warns of a collapse of the banking
system and supports legislation to
quarantine AIDS victims.
Despite an intensive campaign
by the Democratic party to expose
LaRouche's extremist ideology,
the party suffered from LaRouche
candidate victories in Democratic
primaries.
IRWIN SUALL. director of
research for the Anti-Defamation
League of B'nai B'rith. tracked
the LaRouche group's perfor-
mance in the primaries as well as
last Tuesday's elections.
Suall said, "The better they're
known, the more they're dislik-
ed," indicating that the campaign
to expose the LaRouche organiza-
tion's beliefs had been successful.
Suall said the substantial sup-
port for some of the LaRouche
candidates in Texas and Illinois
was due to the fact that many peo-
ple vote habitually on party lines
and probably had no knowledge
that some of the candidates on the
Democratic ticket in their states
supported LaRouche.
Dr. Emanuel Rackman (standing right),
chancellor of Bar-Ilan University, addresses
the first meeting of the new Young Leadership
Division of Bar-Ilan at the University's na-
tional offices in New York. Key meeting par-
ticipants are (seated left to right) Sarah
Weinstein and Reva Gershen Lowy, tem-
porary chair. Standing (left to right) are
William Lowy, Ellen Stokar ana Steven
Cohen. The group will hold a series of educa-
tional and cultural programs to acquaint
young professionals with the unique program*
of Israel's only American-chartered
university.
Law Specialist Says
Soviets To Speed Up Visa Process
By REINHARD ENGEL
VIENNA (JTA) The
Soviet Union intends to
streamline and speed up the
processing of applications
for exit visas, according to
Anatoly Movtchan, a
member of the Soviet
delegation attending the
35-nation Conference on
Security and Cooperation in
Europe, the follow-up con-
ference on implementation
of the 1975 Helsinki
accords.
Movtchan, a specialist in inter-
national law, told the newspaper
Arbeiterzeitung that his country
will introduce a new emigration
law early next year to eliminate
bureaucratic impediments for per-
sons seeking to leave the USSR.
His annoucement was later con
firmed by emigrants who came
here to fight for exit visas for
relatives. They said they had
received similar information from
other Soviet delegates to the
conference.
MOVTCHAN SAID the new
law would abolish unwarranted
delays and sloppiness in handling
visa applications. In the future,
standard applications will have to
be acted upon within a month,
though complicated cases may re-
quire six months to be processed,
he said.
Applications filed for permis-
sion to leave in order to seek
medical treatment abroad will be
answered within three days, the
Soviet delegate said. But there
will be no change in present policy
which refuses exit visas to persons
considered privy to military or
technological secrets or those
awaiting trial in the USSR.
Meanwhile, Soviet Jewry ac-
tivists here noted a pronounced
change in the attitude of the
Soviet delegates.

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U.S. Should Move Embassy
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< ontinued from Page 1-A
Referring to the three winners,
Moynihan noted that Ahlmark
"has done so much to secure sup-
port for Israel and Jerusalem in
Scandinavia"; Esaas "refused to
forget the message of Jerusalem
in the Soviet Gulag"; and Alberto
Monge "has shown the world that
foreign Embassies can and should
be in Jerusalem."
Nobel Prize laureate Elie Wiesel
presented the award to Ahlmark,
"'ting him for his consistent ad-
vocacy of Israel's rights and his
opposition to every manifestation
of anti-Semitism in his native
Sweden and throughout Scan-
dinavia. "Statesman, poet,
humanist: Per Ahlmark has
relentlessly defended the honor of
Israel with vigor, talent and pas-
sion. He is singularly deserving of
the Jewish people's gratitude,"
Wiesel said.
AHLMARK. who is also Deputy
president of the Swedish-Israeli
friendship League sum 1970,
said in response that Israel "has
given and still does so, inspiration
>'' free men and women around
{he world." "If you support
Israel, you also support the idea of
freedom everywhere," he added.
and "what we see on the interna-
tional scene now. not least in the
UN, are systematic attempts to
make the Jewish State illegal, ef-
forts to isolate Israel in a way that
in fact prepares world opinion for
its future destruction.
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Writer 'Saw' Holocaust Coming
In Poetry Before the Fact
(Ontinucd from Page 5-A
river he was suddenly unable to
breathe; throwing his head back,
he felt a warmth engulfing his
body. Years later in another poem
he reflects:
My god surely cursed me
for he caused me to nee the charred
and slaughtered of my tribe
The old and the young, and the in-
fanta, too like sheep in a
butchershop
He commanded my eye to see and
my nostrils to smell
and my hand to hold the paper, to
record it all in a book.
Thi$ is no blessing. My God cursed
me greatly.
Greenberg fought in World War
I in the Polish army and was im-
pressed by the determination of
the Serbs to be free. He reached
the shores of Eretz Israel in
December. 1923 and spent three
days walking, as a true pilgrim, to
Jerusalem. His early poems in
Israel glorify the pioneers and kib-
butzim ("We are the army of the
barefoot "Sing of how our
stomachs shrivel in the Land of
Israel "This is the land in
which fever is glory and tuber-
culosis a Vision ."), but
Greenberg quickly grew disillu-
sioned with the local political
establishment.
THE REBEL had alienated the
Jews of Berlin by warning that
their time was running out; he had
alienated the Yiddiahists by swit-
ching, at his mother's urging, to
writing in Hebrew; and now he
alienated the Labor movement by
criticizing what he saw as the
Teachers
Take Off
JERUSALEM (JTA) -
There were no rlssaes last Thurs-
day (Nov. 6) for tens of thousands
of school children from the third
grade up as teachers walked off
the job for the second successive
day to protest the late payment of
their salaries.
Most teachers had in fact receiv-
ed their October checks by last
Thursday. The walkout was to ex-
press solidarity with those who
did not. Meanwhile, the Education
and Finance Ministries continued
to argue over the disbursement of
funds from the education budget.
The Finance Ministry insists
there are sufficient funds
available to pay all teachers on
time. The Education Ministry con-
tends that it needs the monies for
other priorities and will not accept
dictation from the Treasury.
"complacency" of its leaders in
the face of Arab attacks.
After the Arab pogroms of
1929, the poet went to see the
bodies of the murdered Jews. "He
did things like that," says Aliza.
"In one body he counted 80
wounds. Imagine to stand there
and count!" But the sensitive poet
felt this was his obligation.
Greenberg seemed to live
simultaneously in the time of
Abraham, King David, Titus, the
present and the future. Nor did he
separate between the imagination
and the rational. "The mind
grasps what the imagination
grasps." He united feeling and
thought, all parts of the Jewish
people, all aspects of Jewish
culture, referring to the partisans
of the Holocaust as Lamed Vav-
niks. the 36 Righteous Men. call-
ing bloody shirts "holy prayer
shawls."
GREENBERG'S poetry is full
of cities that are altars drenched
in Jewish blood, full of placid snow
with red drops, full of Messiahs
who come to the very threshhold
before stopping. If Greenberg
perfected mourning into a science,
his widow Aliza remarks, his
religion was one of longing and
desire, for God and for greatness.
Tomorrow you will not be able to
want what today you can do .
Tomorrow God will not hear your
prayers .
Tomorrow you will not have a
man of Vision calling to you .
Despite Uri Zvi's great love for
Jerusalem be spent many
nights sleeping on its ancient
walls be could not live there for
long: "I cannot bear it the
Destroyed Jerusalem all about
me." Greenberg spent the 1930's
travelling back and forth to
Poland, renting auditoriums at his
own expense to warn Jews of the
impending disaster.
At first, he warned; later be was
to develop what he once called "a
science of mourning." The
destruction of European Jewry
left the poet racked and ever-
restless. In Rehovot Hanakar, Dr.
Eldad postulates, he settled ac-
counts: the account of a prophet
with his people, who mostly ig-
nored or even hated him; and the
account of a people with its God
who stood by during the
destruction.
And then Greenberg again goes
a step further, making his
Holocaust poetry unique: he for-
mulates the demands incumbent
on God and the Jews in the wake
of the Holocaust.
After the despair there is no more
despair
and all descents are also ascents.
Russian Minister Visits
Synagogue Hebrew School
Continued frost Page 5-A
and by reporters for Jewish
publications.
JONATHAN WOLF, a teacher
at Lincoln Square Synagogue in
Manhattan, complained that
religious objects brought in by
tourists were seised, Hebrew-
Russian dictionaries were
unavailable, and leaders of private
Talmudic study groups were
harassed by the police.
Susan Birnbaum of the Jewish
Telegraphic Agency asked about
reports that a mikvah, a ritual
bath, in the smaller of Moscow's
two synagogues, one in the
Marina Roshcha neighborhood,
had beer, attacked or possibly
destroyed Another reporter ask-
ed why the dissident Iosif Begun
was not permitted to have a Bible
in his jail cell.
Kharchev did not reply to all the
points. Under Soviet law, he said.
a tourist can bring in a Bible only
for personal use. He said the
mikvah had been built in violation
of Government procedures, but
was allowed to remain and was
functioning when he left for the
United States. As to Begun, he
said, the denial of a Bible was in
violation of Soviet law.
IN GENERAL, he said, it is his
agency's job to defend the rights
of believers against local
authorities who apply the law
incorrectly.
During the visit to the Hebrew
day school, Kharchev met two
children of Soviet emigres, Gen-
nady Vovchuk, 13. and Saaha
Nerush. 11. Buoyed by this touch
of home, Kharchev questioned
them in Russian, but Saaha seem-
ed aloof. His mother's sister, he
told Kharchev, is still in the Soviet
Union.
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At the Oct. 23 annual national Women's
PatrotU Society Luncheon at the Jewish
Theological Seminary of America in New
York >ire Heft to right) past Women's League
far t'onservatixv Judaism presidents, Helen
Kirshblum, Ruth Perry, Syd Rossman Golds-
tein; Seminary Chancellor Dr. Ismar
Schorsch; Selma Weintraub, current presi-
dent; Seminary Vice Chancellor Rabbi Yaakov
G. Rosenberg; and past presidents, Eivlyn
Henkind and Goldie Kweller. Some 1S5
women attended the Patrons Luncheon.
Violations on Agenda
Shultz Vowed To Air Them
Bt DAVID FRIEDMAN
WASHINGTON (JTA)
- Secretary of State
George Shultz said that he
would "emphasize" the
Soviet Union s violations of
human rights in Vienna at
the 35-nation conference to
review the implementation
of the 1975 Helsinki
Accords.
'Arms control agreements with
a regime that violates human
rights cannot be truly successful
in guaranteeing international
security." he said in a speech to
the Los Angeles World Affairs
Council. The text of the speech,
which concentrated on the human
rights issue, was made available
at the State Department.
"(nivernmenta which abuse the
rights of their own people cannot
be expected to act in a more
mated manner abroad." Shultz
said. "For this reason we em-
phasize human rights issues in all
ov official dealings with the
Soviet 1'nion."
_ SHULTZ SAID the United
States would raise the Soviet
Jewry and other human rights
itawa at Vienna "not to score pro-
paganda points," but to give an
actual picture of the situation in
the USSR "For Soviet Jewry the
situation is bleak and
deteriorating." the Secretary
noted Jewish emigration in 1986
has fallen to the lowest level in 20
years, down 98 percent from the
all-time high of 1979."
While the Soviets claim that
(DOM Jew! wr,o want to emigrate
have left, "we know the names of
11,201 who have applied for and
been denied permission to
emigrate," Shultz said. "We can
also confirm that at least 380,000
additional Soviet Jews would like
to leave the Soviet Union."
Shultz said this was a "perfectly
legitimate" issue to raise with the
Soviets. "The Soviet Union has
signed politically binding interna-
tional instruments which require
respect for bask human rights, in-
cluding the right to leave one's
country," he said. "Commitments
assumed under these documents
are as a binding as any other in-
ternational commitments." Shultz
noted that "Soviet leaders have
shown increasing awareness of
the public relations price they pay
as a result of their conduct in the
field of human rights" through
"some high profile actions."
WHILE "these gestures are
welcome," Shultz said, "they are
no substitute for genuine and sus-
tained progress in the human
rights areas." Shultz stressed that
all the democratic countries must
continue to exert pressure on the
Soviet Union. "The Soviet
authorities will have no incentive
to change if they believe we do not
care." he said.
He particularly noted that
before President Reagan met
Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev
in Reykjavik. Iceland, there was
"one of the most intensive series
of domestic human rights con-
sultations in American history.
Non-governmental organizations
and members of Congress directly
participated in the formulation of
our negotiating position."
This meant when Reagan raised
Peres, in U.S., Seeks Capital
For Investment in Negev
By DAVID LANDAU
JERUSALEM (JTA) -
Mumon Peres, travelling to the
L ruled States Monday for the
t time as Israel's Foreign
Minister, said Sunday night that
" would concentrate his efforts
n attracting American invest-
ment capital for the Negev.
At Peres* initiative, the Negev
WU Association unveiled a plan
or s new deep-water port at Eilat
"replace the present limited
'acuities and clear valuable stret-
ea of coastline for touriat beach
developments.
Binyamin Yaaaour, head of the
Association, told the Jerusalem
rost that overseas funding for
we8*v projecu would be for-
*jng if the government en-
?*J" the project*. He said the
"" port wuld help boost Israel's
trade with Australasia and
southeast Asia. Ships from those
regions calling at Eilat have a
shorter trip and avoid the Suez
Canal tolls.
While in the U.S. Peres was to
address the General Assembly of
the Council of Jewish Federations
in Chicago Thursday night and
meet with Jewish leaders from all
parts of the country. He will also
meet with Richard Murphy, Assis-
tant Secretary of State for Near
Eastern and South Asian Affairs.
Minister Without Portfolio
Moshe Arena, a cloae political
associate of Premier Yitzhak
Shamir, will also go to the U.S.
this week. Government sources in-
dicated he would have talks in
Washington and arrange for
Shamir's first visit to the U.S. as
Premier, probably early next
year.
the issue with Gorbachev, "he was
speaking not only for himself and
his Administration, but for an
America united in its concern on
this issue," Shultz said. "Perhaps
for this reason, we succeeded in
obtaining grudging Soviet
acknowledgment of the rightful
place of human rights issues on
the agenda of official Soviet-
American discussions."
SHULTZ SAID he rejected the
view of some that contacts with
the Soviets should be limited. In-
stead he urged more contacts bet-
ween the governments as well as
between the American and Soviet
peoples.
"If we in the West are ever go-
ing to develop constructive rela-
tions with the Soviet Union, they
will not come by shunning con-
tact," he said.
"On the contrary, we must take
advantage of the new style of
Soviet diplomacy to expose Mr.
Gorbachev, his associates and the
Soviet people to the depth of our
revulsion at Soviet human rights
abuses. We must make use #of
every channel we can, of every
forum that presents itself, to get
the Soviet leadership to
acknowledge the reality that less
repression at home is the key to
greater acceptance abroad,"
Shultz stressed.
Jewish Emigre Wanted To Leave
U.S. and 'Unfulfilled' Life Here
By RICHARD BONO
And DIANE WOLKOW
ATLANTA (JTA) -
The decision by a Soviet
Jewish emigre living here to
return to the Soviet Union
has startled the organized
Jewish community.
Yuri Chapovsky, 27. announced
at an Oct. 24 press conference
that he was returning to the
Soviet Union because his hopes
for a better life were not fulfilled
in America. Chapovsky came to
the United States in 1979 with his
parents and younger brother.
With him at the press con-
ference, conducted by the Soviet
Information Office in
Washington, D.C., were three
other Soviet emigres wishing to
return, including another Jew,
Israel Glickman of Dallas.
CONVERSATIONS here with
friends of Chapovsky's family and
Jewish communal workers who
helped him indicated that his
departure was psychologically,
not politically, motivated.
Described as extremely bright,
especially in mathematics,
Chapovsky also was portrayed as
troubled, unhappy and dissatisfied
for some time.
"I think he has some problems,
and I don't think the United
States is one of them," said a
source close to the family. "I think
maybe it's just personal problems
. We don't feel he's thinking
straight."
Said another source, "It isn't
the politics, but his own mixed-up
reaction to life in America and
what he expects to find in Russian
society."
His family, which lives in the
Atlanta area, reportedly is
distraught over Yuri's decision.
They have been unavailable to the
media, and family friends are pro-
tecting their privacy. Those
friends who spoke with the
reporters did so anonymously.
Jewish communal workers and of-
ficials also were reluctant to com-
ment on the case, adhering to a
policy of client confidentiality.
HOWEVER, a Jewish com-
munal source said Chapovsky
worked part-time in Atlanta in
1983 after receiving a Master's
degree in applied mathematics at
the Georgia Institute of
Technology. During the Oct. 24
press conference. Chapovsky said
that despite the degree he was
unable to find a job.
But a former professor at the in-
stitute. John Wallace, questioned
Chapovsky's inability to find a job.
"Even the worst students get at
least one job offer, and the good
students get several very
lucrative job offers," he said in a
telephone interview. Chapovsky
made the institute's dean's list
several times, according to in-
stitute spokesman Charles
Harmon.
The Jewish communal source
also disclosed that after obtaining
the Master's degree, Chapovsky
studied in France toward his PhD,
and there as in the U.S., he was
"unhappy and dissatisfied." He
left France without completing
his studies, and when he returned
here "he was pretty much deter-
mined that the United States was
not for him either," said the
source.
SOVIET EMIGRES often have
trouble adjusting to the "radically
different" life in America, accor-
ding to Leonard Cohen, executive
director of the Jewish Family Ser-
vice here. Some Soviet emigres
can't shake the idea of having a
niche provided by society. But
most, including Chapovsky's fami-
ly, adapt just fine.
"Of the 600 Soviet refugees we
have resettled in Atlanta since
1973, this is the first overt situa-
tion that I'm aware of in which an
individual has actually chosen to
go back to Russia," Cohen said.
Media Award
To Lange
SEATTLE (JTA) The
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to Bob Lange, producer of the
"Seeds of Hate" documentary on
the radical right's influence on
debt-ridden Midwest farmers,
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AJCommittee's William Petachek
National Jewish Family Center
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For Peace
Pope Asked To Pray in Jerusalem
Continued from Page 1-A
invitation to the Pope was extend-
ed by Nathan Perlmutter, na-
tional director of the Anti-
Defamation League of B'nai
B 'nth. one of the organizers of the
colloquium
The ADL, he told the Pontiff,
was "deeply honored to be
represented in your day of prayer
and peace in Assisi. Perhaps what
is needed in addition to a day of
prayer for peace is a day in which
we contemplate the evil of ter-
rorism, and as the site for such
prayers against the scourge of ter-
rorism and war, where more ap-
propriate than in the city of peace,
Jerusalem, led by whom, more ap-
propriately, than by your pro-
phetic voice of peace."
Greenwald Elected
WILKES BARRE. Pa. (JTA)
- Dr. David Greenwald has been
elected to a second term as presi-
dent of the Jewish Federation of
Greater Wilkee-Barre.
Pope John Paul II
Atom Tech 'Under Detention'
Continued from Page 1-A
The government statement said Vanunu was ordered
detained by a court following a hearing at which he was
represented by counsel. It did not specify charges against
him. Vanunu, 31, a recent convert to Christianity, is believ-
ed to have leftwing, pro-Arab sympathies.
RABBI Leon Klenicki. director
of the ADL's Interfaith Depart-
ment and one of the speakers at
the colloquium, told reporters
later, "John Paul didn't reply to
the suggestion, but his face clearly
expressed pleasure He lingered a
while to chat with us."
Other organizers of the collo-
quium, which was conducted at
the Domus Mariae Convention
Center here, were the Pontifical
University of St. Thomas
Aquinas, the Centre Pro Unione
and Sisters of Zion (SIDIC), in
cooperation with the Holy See's
Commission for Religious Rela-
tions with the Jews.
Only basic faith commitments
defining Christian and Jewish
identities were firmly "off limits"
for discussion. Otherwise, the
papers read and discussed covered
a wide range of theological and
historical subjects. The at-
mosphere was lively and there
were broad areas of general
agreement.
Three main points that emerged
from papers and discussion were:
a deepening sense of common
Biblical roots; a joint positive and
negative evaluation of liberation
theology; and acceptance of Israel
in all its human and political im-
perfections, as the first stage of
Jewish national and universal
redemption, an ongoing process in
the alliance between God and
humankind.
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Friday, November 14, 1986/The Jewish Floridian Page 15-A
Israel Was Behind Jet Plane Bomb Attempt
Continued from Page 1-A
mediately here and abroad that
hirac's statement fell short of a
denial
The West Germans reacted
angrilv. and an Israeli official said
he was 'staggered" by the
unbelievable." "ridiculous"
story. Borchgrave said on French
television Saturday that if the
French "call me a liar" his
newspaper would print the full
transcript in his taped interview
with Chirac.
Reinhard Bettzuege. spokesman
for the Foreign Ministry in Bonn,
said. "This story is pure invention
which we totally, clearly and une-
quivocally deny." Earlier.
Fnedhelm Ost. a spokesman for
Kohl. said. "Aside from the fact
that we are consulting Chirac, the
West German government has
never had such information
(regarding the airliner bomb at-
tempt) and therefore could never
have jjiven such information to
the French government."
AT A MEETING with French
Jewish community leaders here
Sunday night, scheduled long
before the Washington Times
ston appeared. Chirac avoided
the subject and was not pressed.
At the Luxembourg meeting in
question. British Foreign
SecreUr> Sir Geoffrey Howe urg-
ed Britain's EEC partners to take
Strong measures against Syria for
its alleged involvement in interna
oonal terrorism.
Britain broke diplomatic rela-
with I>amaacus. charging
that the Syrian Ambassador in
Londoi and his staff acted in col-
uritl NVzar Hindawi, the
national convicted of
the El Al bomb attempt and
16 yean in prison.
rding to the Washington
Britain's Jews
Down in Number
SDON iJTAl The
mmunity was the only
-stian community to shrink
in Britain between 1H80 and 1985,
:ng to report on the new
B8 IK Chnstian Handbook
in the Jewish Echo of Glasgow.
Scotland. The Jewish community
- defined as those actively
associated with synagogues
decreased from 111.000 to
109.000.
During the same period, the
Moslem population increased by
250.000 to 825.000 and Christian
churches have lost a half million
members. Sikhs increased by
30.000 to 180.000 and Hindus by
10,000 to 130.000.
Handbook figures, although
reportedly supplied by the Board
f Deputies of British Jews.
"disagree wildly with other
estimates." the Echo reports. The
handbook indicates there are nine
more synagogues since 1980 -
314 in England, 13 in Scotland,
two in Wales and one in Northern
'reland There are 16 more rabbis
-411 in England. 17 in Scotland.
">ree in Wales and one in Nor-
thern Ireland.
104 Jews Exit
NEW YORK (WNS) Only
104 Soviet Jews were permitted
tleave the Soviet Union in Oc-
tober, according to the Coalition
Free Soviet Jews. This brings
the 1986 Jewish emigration total
far to 735. In 1984. only 896
soviet Jews were given permis-
sion to leave, and last year. 1.140
were granted exit visas. In 1979.
1.320 Jews were permitted to
emigrate from the Soviet Union,
*hich means the drop-off in
emigration over the last seven
years is more than 98 percent.
Times report, Chirac "pooh-
poohed" the evidence against
Syria, submitted by Britain at the
EEC meeting. He allegedly told
Borchgrave that he did not know
the real truth but that Kohl and
Genscher told him Syria was not
involved in the bomb plot, though
Israel's secret service Mosaad
may have masterminded the
whole affair with the help of
Syrian dissidents who wanted to
discredit President Hafez Assad
and bring down his government.
BORCHGRAVE said Chirac
asked not to be quoted directly on
this matter but agreed to have his
remarks paraphrased.
Chirac's own party, the neo-
Gaullist Rally for the Republic
(RPR), and the opposition
Socialist Party took the Prime
Minister to task over the weekend
for having been at best naive to
put himself and his government in
an embarrassing position. Of-
ficials close to Chirac said he may
have been entrapped by Bor-
chgrave, a hardline conservative,
whom he believed mistakenly to
represent The Washington Post.
The Washington Times is a
rightwing newspaper owned by
the Rev. Sun Yung Moon.
Since his election victory over
the Socialists last Mar. 15. Chirac
has tried to improve his relations
with Israel and with French Jews.
His reception by Jewish leaders
here Sunday night was decidedly
lukewarm.
Theo Klein, president of the
Representative Council of Major
French Jewish Organizations
(CRIF), alluded to the
Washington Times report in his
introductory remarks. "You are
our host, and we shall ask you no
questions. We nonetheless hope
that you will answer the question
which is on all of our minds," he
said.
The Prime Minister, who sat
between Israeli Ambassador
Ovadia Soffer and French Chief
Rabbi Rene Sirat, carefully avoid-
ed the issue.

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Sunday
JNF Dignitary Here From Israel For
The Jose Marti Forest Park Banquet
Federation Leaders To
Participate In Assembly
By TERRY R. SHAMMAY
The quest for democracy,
liberty, and human rights
has united South Florida's
Jewish and Cuban com-
munities in an un-
precedented event the
establishment of the Jose
Marti Forest Park on the
.Judean Hills of Jerusalem.
Mordechai Dayan, world co-
chairman of the Keren
K tvometh Leisrael and
irman of the World
Union of General Zionists, is
here in Miami to explain its
significance.
As guest speaker at the In-
augural Gala Ball of the Jewish
National Fund's Latin Division on
Sunday. Nov. 16. Dayan will kick
off the historic event. Dayan em-
phasized that this will be the first
time that both Jewish and non-
Jewish Hispanics and non-
Hispanic Americans "close ranks
and join hands for the redemption
of the Holy Land, home to all
religions."
"WE CAN now bring Israel
closer to a larger percentage of
the American public, including the
Latin population," Dayan said.
Mrs Nili Falic. the Latin Divi-
sion's national president, echoed
his sentiment by adding that "now
the relationship between these
two communities is cemented in
mutual understanding,
brotherhood, and unified spirit."
Dayan said that "both Cubans
and Jews have suffered from
persecution and exile and eternal-
ly live with the hope to return to
the 'homeland.' Jose Marti Forest
Park in Israel represents the eter-
nal hope of free Cubans in exile
to return to a homeland where
democracy and equality shall
reign."
Jose Marti, El Libtrtador d$
Cuba, was chosen as the honoree
in keeping with traditional Jewish
National Fund policy of eternaliz-
ing "patrons of humanity" in
Israel. But in fact, the Cuban-
Jewish connection dates back to
1884 when Jose Marti visited the
Jews living in Cayo Hueao in
order to thank them personally
for helping to liberate Cuba.
THIS MILESTONE in Cuban
Jewish relations will join Israel
and South Florida into a united
front under the chairmanship of
Miami Mayor Xavier Suarex. Next
spring, Dade County Mayor
Stephen Clark, Miami Beach
Mayor Alex Daoud. and Hialeah
Mayor Raul Martinez will par-
ticipate with other city officials in
s "Mayor's Mission" to Israel led
by Mayor Suarez commemorating
the establishment of Jose Marti
Forest Park.
The site chosen for Jose Marti
Park has both historic and sen-
t' mental value. In addition to be-
lng the spot where David and
Goliath's famous encounter took
place in Biblical times, Dayan said
that it is a landmark for Israelis
today. In Hebrew, the site is call-
ed Giv'at Hakrav (Battle Hill), or
Sativ Halamed Hey (The Path of
35). Said Dayan: "Both these
names refer to a crucial battle for
Jerusalem during Israel's War of
Independence where 35 heroes
perished. It is this land that is the
heart of the matter for the Jewish
National Fund."
Regarding the major goals and
'nplishments of the Jewish
National Fund in the last two
, Dayan explained that for
the past 86 years there has been
ne major objective: "The land
must he the property of the nation
and not of private ownership and
simulation. This is our basic prin-
ciple. We bought as much Isnd ss
A large delegation of Greater
Miami Jewish Federation leaders
will participate in the 55th annual
General Assembly (GA) of the
Council of Jewish Federations be-
ing held this week in Chicago.
Among the special guests at the
GA will be the Honorable Shimon
Peres, Vice President George
Bush and via satellite from Israel.
Nathan Sharansky.
They will join CJF President
Shoshana S. Cardin during the
week-long assemblage of approx-
imately 3,000 Jewish leaders,
representing more than 200 North
American Jewish Federations.
The GA has been the setting for
the many debates and forums
which have had a major impact on
the way in which the American
Jewish community resolves issues
of great significance. In addition
to five major plenary sessions,
more than 100 workshops are
scheduled, dealing with the sub-
jects of leadership development.
endowment funds, Federation-
synagogue relations, Jewish
education, women's communal
services, public relations and col-
lege youth and faculty.
The Miami delegation will con-
sist of Bunny Adler, Michael
Adler, Helene Berger, Hazel and
Herbert Canarick, Terry Drucker,
Myra and Aaron Farr, Pat Fine,
Mikki Futernick, Alfred Golden,
Wendy and Steven Kravitz,
Donald Lefton, Frances B. Levey.
Jack H. Levine, Nancy and Nor-
man Lipoff, Ellen Mandler,
Dorothy and Aaron Podhurst,
Maxine E. Schwartz, Rosi and
Saby Behar. Rabbi Haskell Ber-
nat, Helen Berne, Charlotte and
Myron J. Brodie. Susana Garazi,
Micki Hochberg, Rose Klausner,
Shan Kletzel. Linda Minkes, Joan
Morrison, Adria and Dr. Robert
Rasken, Estelle Segal, Roberta
Segal, Pamela and Eric Turetsky,
and Dolores Wolf.
Red Cross Concerned About
Israel's Exclusion From
World Red Cross
Mordechai Dayaa
possible. It must be the property
of the country, only for the use of
the individuals and society.
"OUR SECOND goal is to in-
sure that the land is really the pro-
perty of the nation by developing
it and not leaving it idle. We must
reclaim the land by cultivation,
vegetation, and above all af-
forestation. The Jewish National
Fund is the only instrument in
Israel dedicated to this purpose.
Three to four million new trees
Continued on Page 12-B
JNF Gala
The Jewish Nstional Fund
Keren Kayemeth Leisrael Latin
Division will hold the Jose Marti
Forest Park gala banquet Sunday
in the Grand Ballroom of the Omni
Hotel, starting at 6:30 p.m.
Benjamin Netanyahu, Israel's
Ambassador to the United Na-
tions will be the guest speaker.
Also speaking at the event will be
the Hon. Mordechai Dayan, World
Co-chairman of Keren Kayemeth
Jerusalem.
The banquet will honor the
establishment of the Jose Marti
Forest Park. The Park will con-
tain 430,000 trees, symbolizing
10,000 trees for each year of Jose
Marti's life.
GENEVA (JTA) The
American Red Cross declared
here that it shares fully the con-
cerns expressed by Israel and by
Jewish organizations over the
"discriminatory" exclusion of
Israel's Magen David Adorn (Red
Shield of David) from the society
of humanitarian agencies,
evidenced most recently by the In-
ternational Red Cross Move-
ment's decision to change its title
to the International Red Cross
and Red Crescent Movement
The change was announced last
week at the quadrennial Interna-
tional Red Cross Conference and
was promptly protested by the
Israeli delegation and by the
World Jewish Congress which had
observer status st the week-long
conference. The Red Crescent is
the Red Cross equivalent in
Moslem countries, just as the
Magen David Adorn is in Israel.
A STATEMENT by the U.S.
delegate said, "The American Red
Cross has noted with interest the
interventions by the government
of Israel and by the observers
from the World Jewish Congress,
and supports their concerns. We
urge again, as we have many
times, that each society develops a
bilaterial relationship with Magen
David Adorn."
The American delegate stated
further, "It is our conviction that
the continued exclusion of an
otherwise eligible national society
from membership in the Red
Cross and Red Crescent Move-
ment on the basis that its consti-
tuents cannot identify with the
universally accepted emblem,
deprives our movement of its
cherished principle of
universality."
The American Red Cross called
for a special committee to resolve
the problem. "We recognise that a
solution to the protective symbol
question that is acceptable to all
parties in the international
treaties is the only ultimate
answer and we call for the
resumption of a working group on
the emblem." the American state-
ment said.
Document Shows That Waldheim Cooperated With
Soviets During Their Invasion of Czechoslovakia
By MARGIE OLSTEH
NEW YORK (JTA) -
The World Jewish Congress
has released a document
here which the WJC said
shows Kurt Waldheim
cooperated with the Soviets
during their 1968 invasion
of Czechoslovakia by at-
tempting to block Austria's
granting of asylum to flee-
ing Czechs.
The recent WJC release
followed an expose in the
Washington Post which reported
thst top former Yugoslav in-
telligence officials said the
Yugoslav intelligence cooperated
with Soviet intelligence to at-
tempt to blackmail Waldheim with
a Yugoslav indictment charging
Waldheim with war crimes.
THE WJC said it had uncovered
a secret cable that Waldheim sent
in 1968. when he served as
Austrian Foreign Minister, to the
Austrian Embassy in Prague
ordering the Embassy to close its
doors to Czechs seeking ssylum
and to throw out any Ciechs in the
building.
In a related development from
Austria, Waldheim's spokesman
admitted that Waldheim had lied
about his whereabouts during a
massacre of resistance fighters in
the Koraza mountains of
Yugoslavia carried out by the ar-
my unit in which Waldheim served
as a senior intelligence officer.
Waldheim previously denied
any role in the Koraza massacres
in the spring and summer of 1S41
and said he was some 100 miles
away from the site of the
massacres during that time. But
now Waldheim's spokesman said
that the former United Nations
Secretary General who is now
President of Austria, did take part
in the brutal campaign. However,
the spokesman said. Waldheim
was a "supply officer" and not in-
volved in combat.
THE WJC SAID Waldheim also
lied about his role in Koraza to the
United States Justice Department
which is conducting an ongoing in-
vestigation into Waldheim's war-
time activities to determine if he
should be placed on a watch list of
Nazi war criminals who are barred
from entering the United States.
The Post story cites an inter-
view with the former head of
Yugoslav intelligence in 1947-48.
Anton Kolendic, who said the
Yugoslav intelligence community
had compiled the indictment and
several other files on Waldheim's
alleged war crimes in cooperation
with Soviet agents who wanted to
recruit Waldheim. Among those
files was the evidence submitted
to the UN War Crimes Commis-
sion in compiling the dossier that
charged Waldheim as an accused
war criminal, discovered last
March
Kolendic said he had received
instructions from the Soviets to
recruit Waldheim and said he was
"absolutely certain" the Russians
had contacted Waldheim, accor-
ding to the Post Another former
Yugoslav intelligence sgent told
the Post that the Russians later
informed Yugoslav intelligence
that "Waldheim was recruited."
Rally For
Religious Pluralism
JERUSALEM (JTA) -
Religious pluralism in Israel was
the theme of a demonstration at-
tended by about 1,000 persons
here last Saturday night to pro-
test the attempt by Orthodox
zealots to disrupt Simchat Torah
services at a Reform congregation
in the Baka suburb of Jerusalem
two weeks ago.
The demonstration was organiz-
ed by the Progressive (Reform)
movement which received a
telegram of support from the
secretary of Kibbutz Hadati.

Jewish Floridian
Miami, Florida Friday, November 14,1986 Section B


Pssye 2 B The Jewish FToridan/Friday, November 14. 1986
Signatures Sent To Washington
In Support Of Soviet Jewry
More than 10.000 signatures of
Miami residents have been placed
on petitions urging President
Reagan to make the issue of
human rights for Soviet Jews a
high priority on the agenda of any
summit or other meeting that may
be held between the Soviet Union
and the United States in the com-
ing months. T>>e petitions have
been mailed to the National Sum-
mit II task force in Washington.
D.C. It is all part of a petition
drive among Jewish communities
throughout the United States
organised by the National Con-
ference on Soviet Jewry and the
National Jewish Community ReJa-
taons Advisory Council and locally
by the South Florida Conference
on Soviet Jewry, an arm of the
Community Relations Committee
of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation
The drive, whose national goal
is to reach one million signatures,
began locally on Oct. 7, at a press
conference held at the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation where
hundreds gathered to show their
support for the project. Included
in the conference was prominent
former Leningrad Jewish activist.
Yacov Gorodetaky. who after
years of harassment by the Soviet
government was allowed to
emigrate to Israel in February
this year.
the Community Relations Com-
mittee said. "I am delighted to
know that so many individuals
have placed then* names on these
petitions in support of Soviet Jews
and their human rights. As
atssens in the free world, we have
the opportunity to encourage in-
dividuals to take an active role in
ins important issue and to build
jridges of understanding between
:he United States and the Soviet
Union."
Participants in the press con-
ference included Monsignor Brian
Walsh of the Catholic Ar
?hdiocese. Reverend Luthor
Jones, chairman of the
Metropolitan Fellowship of Chur-
ches. Metro-Dad* Mayor Steve
Clark and Miami Beach Mayor
Alex Deoud, each of whom signed
an enlarged facsimile petition.
Hinda Cantor, co-chairman of
the South Florida Conference on
Soviet Jewry urged the communi-
ty to remember the ongoing plight
of Soviet Jews. "3ign the petition
and always keep uppermost in
your mind, that for every Soviet
Jew allowed to emigrate, another
is harassed and imprisoned. We
must continually bring pressure to
bear on Soviet officials to show
that we in the West are aware of
what is happening and urge for a
comprehensive emigration
Jeffrey Berkowitx. chairman of P0**?"
Parlor Meetings To Be
Held By Local Firms
Nine local accounting firms
have agreed to organise parlor
meetings for members of their
staff on behalf of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation's Com-
bined Jewish Appeal.
"Parlor meetings are half hour
to 45 minute gatherings either
before or after work, where peo-
ple discuss Jewish needs in our
community and in Israel." said
Norman S. Rachlin. Chairman of
the Accountant's Division of the
Greater Miami Jewish
Federation
'These meetings offer an oppor
tunity to help educate the profes-
sional in terms of Jewish needs
and allows them to respond with
their concern and generosity." be
added.
The firms that are currently in-
volved are Caplan Morrison
Brown and Co.. Eisner and Lubin.
Kenneth Leventha! and Co..
Laventhol and Horwath. Mallah
Furman and Co. PA.. Pannell
Kerr Forster and Co.. Peat Mar
wick Mitchell and Co.. Rachlin and
Cohen. Schechter Beame Burstein
Price and Co.
Help Your Neighbors
Celebrate Christmas
Help Your Neighbors Celebrate
Christmas is a volunteer effort
sponsored by the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation in cooperation
with the Jewish Community
Centers of Greater Miami.
This is the second year that
Jewish professionals and
volunteers will "stand in" for
their Christian counterparts at
various United Way beneficiary
agencies on Christmas eve. Dec
24. and Christinas Day. Dec. 25
'This project designed to
enhance the spirit of goodwill and
unite sectors of the community
through voluntary action," said
Elton J. Kern an. ssaorisfe ex-
ecutive vice preaidfnt of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion. Kcrneas created the pro-
gram in 1966 while he was Ex-
ecutive Director of the Jewish
Community Centers of Greater
"Under the auspices of the
Jewish Federation the program
will have a wider range than it did
last year." he added.
The program is being conducted
through the Michael-Ann Russell
Jewish Community Center in
North Miami Beach. South Dade
Jewish Community Center. Miami
Beach Jewish Community Center
and Miami Beach Senior Center.
Each of the JCCs will conduct the
program for the United Way
beneficiary agencies in their local
area *Mig closer attention to
be focused on each sector of the
city
Last year the "Help Your
Neighbors Celebrate Christmas
Program" served the Deaf Ser-
vices Bureau, keeping open the
communications link with the
hearing and deaf communities and
the Salvation Army Men's Red
Shield Lodge serving food to the
indigent.
"This program keeps vital ser-
vices working at full capacity and
at the same time allows our Chris-
tian neighbors to celebrate their
holiday." Kerneas added.
Attorneys Division Judicial Reception
The Greater Miami Jewish
Federation's Attorney's Division
will be holding its thud annual
Jodscsal Reception on Wednesday
Fifty law firms have agreed to
sad are under
of the even
to AlaaJ.
from the
and attorneys m the community
has been very positive, thanks to
the hard work of our Judicial
Reception Committee Chairmen.
Edward Shohat and the
Honorable Gerald Kogan." he
the
The Business and Professional Women of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation held its an-
nual Community Education event at the
Fontainebleau-Hilton. Shown above, from left,
Barbara Black, event co Messina, vice-chair of Community Education.
Letty Cottin Pogrebin. editor of Mt
Magazine" and guest speaker; Sutana
Garazi. event co-chair; and Nancy Berkouitz.
vice-chair of Community Education
Rabbi Harold Schulweis. guest speaker at the
second annual Marilyn K. Smith Leadership
Enrichment Forum is pictured here with
membert of the Smith Family at the Omni
Hotel Dr. Schulweis discussed the "Future of
Jewish/Christian Relations with Jewish and
Christian community leaders. It was one of
four lectures which he delivered in the 1896
Marilyn K. Smith Leadership Enrichment
Forum. Pictured here from left to right J ej
SmttA, Lori Smith, Richard G. Capen. Jr..
chairman and publisher of The Miami Herald
and co-chairman of the luncheon, Rabin
Harold Schulweis visiting scholar. Joan
Smith, Harry B. Smith, Lou Ann Smith. .W->
Inez Krensky. Marilyn K. Smith '$ mother and
David Smith.
The Judicial reception wul be
held at Temple Beth David begm
sang at 5:30 p.m
More than 1,000 women were m attendance at
Federation Women $ Day, the annual com-
munity education event sponsored by the
Women't Division of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation. Shown above, from left,
Lenore Elias, co-chair of Women's Day,
Dorothy Podhurst.
dent; Letty Cottin
John Loftus. guest
Women't Division
munity Education,
of Women $ Day.
Women't Division presx
Pogrebin, guest speaker.
speaker; Terry Drucker.
i president for Com
and Helen Berne, co-chair


jGWisll High SchOOl Fc&tUl"P Author Deborah Lipstadt Potamkin Alzheimer's Ball Nov. 22
Deborah E. Lipstadt, author of
the critically acclaimed book
"Beyond Belief: The American
Press and the Coming of the
Holocaust" will be the guest
speaker at the annual Jewish High
School of South Florida scholar-
ship fundraising event on
Wednesday at 7:30 p.m.
Lipstadt, an authority on the
American Jewish community, will
speak on the "American Jewish
Community Survival or Self-
Destruction."
Lipstadt, who is a former pro-
fessor of Jewish Studies at the
University of California, Los
Angeles, is now the director of the
Brandeis-Bardin Institute. She
received her bachelor's from City
College of New York, and her
master's and doctorate degrees
from Brandeis University.
The fundraising event will be
held at Temple Emanu-El.
Scholarship funds for students at
tending the Jewish High School
are raised exclusively at this
Event.
A National Honors Society
chapter at the Jewish High School
will be established that evening
and induction of the first Honor
students will be made.
The Scholarship Committee is
chaired by Dr. and Mrs. Al
Rosen thai.
Four Soldiers Wounded
TEL AVIV (WNS) Four
Israel Defense Force soldiers
were wounded by mortar fire in
the security rone of south
Lebanon. None was seriously
hurt, an IDF spokesman said. The
soldiers were repairing an army
post west of the Christian village
of Ashiya when they were fired
on.
The Potamkin Alzheimer's Ball
will be sponsored by PACE Con-
certs and the Southeast Florida
Center on Aging, Florida Interna-
tional University.
Proceeds from the dinner and
dance at the Hotel Intercontinen-
tal, on Nov. 22 at 8 p.m. will be
divided between the Alzheimer's
Respite Centers established by
the Miami Jewish Home and
Hospital for the Aged and the
Easter Seals Society. The
Potamkin family has agreed to
match funds raised by PACE and
has guaranteed that each group
will receive a minimum of
$25,000.
Spearheading efforts for the
Potamkin family is Miami-based
auto dealer Alan Potamkin, whose
mother is afflicted with
Alzheimer's Disease, and his wife
Claudia. "We wanted to make a
contribution here in Miami
towards studying and, we hope,
understanding this terrible
disease," explained Potamkin.
"Both the Miami Jewish Home
and Easter Seals has home ex
traordinary work with
Alzheimer's patients, and could
put our contribution in the hands
of those who need it most."
The Douglas Gardens
Alzheimer's Day Respite program
will treat 40 persons daily in an in-
tensive curriculum designed to
maintain their remaining abilities.
It will also provide their families
with counseling and training to
cope with this disease.
Funding for the Alzheimer's
Day Respite Program comes from
subsidies from the Florida Depart-
ment of Health and Rehabilitative
Services (HRS) and United Way
of Dade County. Private-pay pa-
tients and endowments from
charitable foundations as the
Einstein, Kramer and Potamkin
Foundations, also offset part of
the costs of running the Center.

Official Coming To Miami As Part
Of Israel Bonds 'Operation Maccabee'
U.K. Eliezer Kulas, a member
of Israel's Knesset, will visit the
South Florida area on Sunday
through Tuesday as a participant
in Israel Bonds' "Operation Mac-
cabee, 1986," it was announced by
M Ronald Krongold, general cam-
paign chairman of the Greater
Miami Israel Bonds Organization.
Kulas is one of 20 prominent
Israelis, including business
leaders and Israel Defense Forces
officers, taking part in the nation-
wide effort. He will join with Bond
leaders in the Greater Miami com-
munity in an effort to enroll
members in the Bond Organiza-
tion's President's Club
SlOO.OOO-and-over purchasers and
Prime Minister's Club,
$25,000-and-over purchasers, for
the 1987 campaign.
He will also take part in other
local Bond activities including
meetings with business and labor
leaders.
A lawyer, Kulas is also a direc-
tor of various public organizations
in Israel. He has served as senior
assistant to the Ministry of In-
dustry, Commerce and Tourism.
Chairman of the Constitution,
Law and Justice Committee in the
Israel Government, Kulas also is a
member of the Knesset Commit-
tee and Economics Committee of
the Tenth Knesset.
"Maccabee '86 will mark the
fifth consecutive year that Israelis
in industry, the armed Forces and
government have been invited to
discuss the latest economic
development in their country with
our leaders and prospects,"
Krongold noted. "Each operation
that we have mounted has been an
outstanding success."
Krongold pointed out that the
solicitation team which Kulas will
be joining will focus on the variety
of financial instruments now be-
ing offered by the State of Israel
Bond Organization, and par-
ticularly its two variable rate
issues, the VRI Bond and the
IVRI Bond.
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something so tiny made it so big.
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A dreidel to color cutout, and play with Hanukkah gell
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Page 4-B The Jewiah Ftoridian/Friday, November 14, 1986
Florida Friends Of
Dropsie Renamed
The performing group "Orot Hasckuna ".
Project Renewal Performing Group CAJE Presents
To Entertain At Pacesetter Dinner Literary Programs
The performing group, "Orot
Huchuna," translated "Lights of
the Neighborhood," will present
an original song and dance pro-
gram at the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation's Pacesetter Dinner-
Dance on Dec. 3.
The group is composed of young
adults, ages 17-22. from four Pro-
ject Renewal neighborhoods in
Israel. Project Renewal is s plan
to revitalize underdeveloped
Israeli neighborhoods. The pro-
gram is designed to help residents
plan and implement the revitaliza-
tion of their own communities in
Israel, by twinning them with
American Jewish communities,
known as "sister cities."
Four of the performers are from
Or Akiva. Miami's sister city. Orot
Haschuna members have been
specially chosen from their own
neighborhood performing groups
and brought together to perform
at the General Assembly of the
Council of Jewish Federations.
They will stop in Miami as part of
a performing tour in the United
States.
The Pacesetter Dinner Dance,
at which the youngsters will ap-
pear, has the theme. "A Journey
Through Our Heritage To Our
Homeland." and will be held at
the FontaineWeau-Hilton Hotel
In addition to Orot Haschuna.
Meir Rosenne, Israel's Am-
bassador from the State of Israel
to the United States will also
speak at the dinner.
The Pacesetter Dinner Dance
will begin with cocktails at 6:30
p.m. with dinner to follow
Maxine E. Schwartz is Paceset
ter Division Chairman. Ezra Katz
is vice chairman of the Pacesetter
Division, and Roberta Segal is ser
ving as Pacesetter Dinner
Chairwoman.
Selig To Speak
Forte Forum will present
Mendell Selig as guest spaker on
the topic: "Israel: A Political
Analysis" on Tuesday at 1 p.m.
Selig is the recipient of the Na
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The lives of the challenging
Biblical figures of Cain and Abel
will be analyzed by Rabbi Ari
Fridkis, associate rabbi of Temple
Menorah, at the public lecture in
the series "Spiritual Giants of the
Past," taking place on Wednes-
day, at 10:30 a.m. at the Miami
Beach Public Library.
The extraordinary story of
Zionism and the State of Israel as
reflected in the book "The Siege"
by Conner Cruise O'Brien will be
reviewed by Miles P. Bunder.
Director of Department of
Synagogue Schools of the Central
Agency for Jewish Education, at a
public book review to be held on
Thursday. Nov. 20. at 1:30 p.m..
at the Miami Beach Public
Library.
'Nite Club Nite'
The Abe Horrowitz Post and
Ladies Auxiliary are having their
"Nite Club Nite" Nov. 15. at the
Singapore Hotel, 96th Street and
Collins Ave., Miami Beach, ad-
vises donor chairmen. Justine
VVarmbrandt and Bernard
Chanev.
Florida Friends of Dropsie has
been renamed Florida Friends of
Dropsie Fellowship of the An-
nenberg Research Institute for
Judaic and Near Eastern Studies.
Walter H. Annenberg is Chair-
man of the new Institute.
Annenberg, the former U.S.
Ambassador to Great Britain has
long held a deep interest in higher
education. He founded the An-
nenberg School of Communica-
tions at the University of Penn
sylvarua in 1959. and at the
University of Southern California
in 1971. With his past involve-
ment in institutions of higher lear
ning. and with the PBS Education
series, he saw that the time had
come to bring Judaic studies into
the highest reaches of research.
Annenberg is underwriting the
cost of a new building to be con-
structed this year, within the
shadow of the Liberty Bell in
Philadelphia. It is modeled after
the Institute of Advanced Study
at Princeton. Dr. Bernard Lewis,
internationally recognized Islamic
and Judaeo-Christian scholar, has
been appointed Director.
The Annenberg Research In-
stitute, the only post-doctoral
Research Center in the United
States, will house a research facili-
ty and conference center for
senior scholars from throughout
the world.
Walter H. Annenberg
Its libraries comprise appro*
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eluding the oldest Passover Hag
gadah. which dates from the Bto
Century. The Library is now be
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Friday, November 14, 1986/The Jewish Floridian Page 5-B
Clergy And Health Care Professionals
Unite To Fight Substance Abuse
On the heels of President
Reagan's plea for a "drug-free
America." South Florida clergy
and health care professionals will
unite to fight substance abuse at a
seminar focusing on the religious
and medical viewpoints surroun-
ding this national crisis. The
meeting is scheduled for Tuesday,
8:80 am to 3 p.m.. at Mount Sinai
Medical Center.
The seminar, entitled "The
rhallenge in Substance Abuse."
was designed to provide clergy
and health care professionals with
the up-to-date methods and ap-
proaches in the education, preven-
tion and treatment of substance
abOM patients and their families,
according to Rabbi Solomon
Schiff, seminar chairman ahd
Director of Chaplaincy for the
(ireater Miami Jewish Federation
and Mount Sinai Medical Center.
Substance abuse is the number
one crisis facing our nation today.
It is only through full mobilization
of all people, especially those pro-
fessionals who deal directly with
the subject, that we can hope to
win the war for survival." said
Rabbi Schiff. "A program like this
helps to disseminate important in-
formation to those people who are
in contact with substance abusers
and potential substance abusers."
The program's faculty will ex-
amine the role of the clergy and
health care professional in the
various stages of decision making.
and the general principles behind
responding to substance abuse pa-
tients and their families from the
religious, medical and
psychological points of view. The
seminar will feature special
workshops on "practical applica-
Na'amat
Women
Leah Benson of Miami Beach.
vice president for membership of
the South Florida Council of
Na'amat USA. will be the guest
paths? Thursday, Nov. 20. at the
annual paid-up membership mini-
luncheon of the Golda Meir
''hapter.
The noon meeting will be held in
the civic auditorium of 100 Lin-
coln Road, honoring all life
members and paid-up members.
Folksinger Sophie Kemper.
headlines the entertainment
program.
Claire Balaban. vice president
for membership, is in charge of
the program. Katherine Lippman
u president, and Sophie Kemper,
program chairperson.
liana Chapter will hold a lun-
cheon and card party Wednesday,
at 11:30 a.m. at Winston Towers
500 Building, Sunny Isles.
<"lara and Aaron Hamel of Sun-
ny Isles, celebrating their 50th
*edding anniversary, are spon-
soring the luncheon meeting and
*'ll be feted at the event.
JFS Workshop
Can Help
"Tame Your Stress," a four-
week workshop focusing on relax-
ation techniques, will begin Tues
My, at 7 p.m. at the Coral Gables
'trice of Jewish Family Service of
Greater Miami (JFS).
Facilitator for the workshop will
t* Susan Rubin, LCSW. Director
.'fJe Prevention Department for
rS. Mrs. Rubin will instruct par-
ticipants in cognitive restructur-
ing and healthy habits of daily liv-
ln, relaxation techniques, and
recognising physical and emo-
tional symptoms of stress.
tions to the helping professionals"
and "matching community
resources with substance abuse
prevention and treatment."
The seminar will feature guest
speaker. Rabbi David Novak, na
tionally recognized as a scholar,
author and lecturer on substance
abuse. Rabbi Novak is affiliated
with Congregation Darchay Noam
in Far Rockway. New York.
The program's roster of par
ticipants will include members of
the Mount Sinai Medical Center
staff: Dr. Dolores Morgan, Direc-
tor. Addictionology Services; Dr.
John Eustace. Addiction Treat-
ment Program; George Krell.
Director. Social Work; Cheryl
(kxxie and William Kipp. Social
Work; Dr. Stuart Lerman. Chief.
Department of Emergency
Medicine; Dr. Gloria Weinberg,
Medical Director. Oupatient
Department; and Dr. Brian Weiss.
Chairman, Department of
Psychiatry.
Local faculty will include
representatives from Informed
Families of Dade County; Drugs.
Alcohol. Rehabilitation and
Education. Archdiocese of Miami
(DARE); Jewish Alcoholics.
Chemically Dependent Persons
and Significant Others (Jacs); and
the Governor's Commission on
Substance Abuse.
"The Challenge in Substance
Abuse" is the fifth annual inter-
face between medicine and
religion seminar presented by
Mount Sinai Medical Center, the
Rabbinical Association of Greater
Miami and the Community
Chaplaincy Service of Greater
Miami Jewish Federation. "It is
probably the most important
seminar in our series," said Rabbi
Schiff.
As part of Mount Sinai's conti-
nuing education program, the
seminar is designated for 6.0
credit hours in Category I of the
Physician's Recognition Award of
the American Medical
Association.
The program is open to clergy,
physicians, nurses, social workers
and other health care
professionals.
Rabin Solomon Schiff, Director of Chaplaincy for the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation and Mount Sinai Medical Center,
discusses the plans for the fifth annual semxnar between medicine
and religion, with Dr. Dolores Morgan, Director of Addic-
tionology Services, Mount Sinai Medical Center.
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Israeli Artists To Exhibit
At Temple Beth Sholom
Two Israeli artists will exhibit
jewelry and painting during the
next month at Temple Beth
Sholom's Lowe-Levinson Art
Gallery, according to temple
cultural director Judy Drucker.
An opening reception to meet
the artists, painter Moshe
Michaan and jeweler Rachel Gera,
will be at the gallery Sunday from
5 to 7 p.m.
Moshe Mishaan came to pain-
ting after a varied career as a
night club singer, billiard club en-
trepreneur, and restaurant and
discotheque operator. Stylistically
his work is an admixture of
Chagall, Klee and the School of
Paris, with a hint of German
Expressionism.
Jewelry designer Rachel Gera is
a well known Israeli artist in that
design field.
Born in Tel Aviv to Polish im-
migrants, Gera decided on a
career in art at age five. After stu-
dying painting at th Bexalel
Academy of Art in Jerusalem,
Gera helped pioneer the crafts
movement then beginning in Old
City Jaffa, in Tel Aviv.
Jewelry was never a matter of
fashionable adornment for her,
but of artistic creation. She views
her works as massive and
dramatic personal sculpture, blen-
ding with the wearer's body, iden-
tity, way of life and environment.
All works of art will be available
for sale.
The exhibition will run Sunday
HADASSAH
NEWS
Ben Gurion Chapter of
Hadassah will have a bazaar on
Wednesday at the North Miami
Community Center starting at
9:30 a.m.
At the Tuesday noon meeting
the Soltz-Yaffah Chapter of
Hadassah will have as their guest
speaker William P. Saulson whose
topic will be: Jewish Education
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NE 164 St., North Miami Beach.
Hatikvah Hadassah will have
their Nov. 20 Board Meeting, at
7:30 p.m. at the home of Susan
Kaplan.
Ah yah Hadassah Annual Dinner
and Dance will take place Satur-
day at 8 p.m. at the Radisson Mart
Plaza Hotel.
A paid-up membership dinner
<>n Tuesday at 7 p.m. will be held
at Bet Breira Congregation.
Southgate Chapter of Hadassah
will hold their Annual Hadassah
Medical Organization Luncheon at
Temple Emanu-EI on Thursday,
Nov. 20 at noon. Lunch, prizes,
and entertainment will feature
the afternoon.
Honorees will be Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Carson who are sponsoring
a scholarship for a student in
Israel.
Kinneret Hadassah of Kendale
Lakes will hold its regular
meeting on Tuesday at 12:30 p.m.
at El Conquistador Clubhouse.
Guest speaker will be Rabbi
Rachel Hertzman whose subject
will be "Jews By Choice."
Hatikvah Hadassah will be hav-
ing a Road Rally, Nov. 22, at 8
P m., at 12904 SW 116th Court.
Friday, November 14, 1986/The Jewish Floridian Page 7-B
Rachel Gera
through Dec. 9 at the Lowe-
Levinaon Art Gallery of Temple
Beth Sholom.
The first Community Builders
Award to honor local Jewish
Community Center volunteers
will be presented by JWB to
Jesse Feldman at an award
dinner Dec. 7 at the Fairmont
Hotel in San Francisco. The
dinner will honor both Joan
and Jesse Feldman. Feldman,
an attorney, is a past president
of both the San Francisco-based
United Jewish Community
Centers and the Jewish Com-
munity Federation. A JWB
vice president, he is chairman
of JWB's Israel Office
Committee.
Israel Women Soldiers Visit Colleges
Two young Israeli soldiers, on leave from the Israeli Defense
Forces, are touring university campuses throughout America,
speaking to students, addressing assemblies and distributing
literature about Israel.
The women represent Volunteers for Israel, an international
organization which, since its inception in 1982, has sent over
7,000 people, ages 18 to 65, to Israel to work in warehousing and
maintenance on army bases throughout the State.
The volunteers work side-by-side with Israeli soldiers, live in
barracks and eat in the mess hall. Weekends may be spent with
Israeli families on kibbutzim, moshavim or in the cities. The army
offers tours in and classes about Israel.
For information and video presentation contact Volunteers for
Israel, 40 Worth Street, Room 710, New York, N.Y. 10013,
Telephone: (212) 608-4848.
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Martha Bernstein
kJa&tfelt
Susan Bisoeier
AnnBlankfort
Ruth Blatl
Peter & Fannie Bonhart
Alfred Boshwrt
Eugenie Boshwit
Fred Brenner
Irving Jack Bnskie
CeliaBrotf
Ben Brosgal
William Bruder
Berdie Brown
Philip Brown
Gitei a Nachman Buchalter
Julius Burnbaum
Kate Cahan
David Carmel
Isaac 4 Anne Chapman
TneaChazin
William B Chersky
David W & Annie Chertkof
Philip a Kate Chez
HymanCleon
Moms & Nettie Cohen
Joseph* RaeCohen
Rose Cohen
JackB Cooper
Irving C Cowarl
Kate Cramer
Rose L Cramsie
Philip Cummings
Jordon Davidson
Sara Denkin
Jordon Desky
Max A Eva Donsky
RoseDudal
Eugene Edelman
Leo Edelman
Macy Edelman
Ethel Eder
Albert Einstein
Birdie W Einstein
Ruth Etsenberg
MomsEngerson
Regina & Morns Englander
Harris 4 Rose Erber
Marion Eskow
David & Clara Everett
Bernard Farber
Leah Farber
Jacob A Mary Feder
A Edwin Fein
Ethel S Feldman
William S Feldman
Bella A Max Fingokj
Saul Fmkeistein
Marvin S Fkxman
Anna Frank
Fred N Frank
Max A Fannie Frankel
Samuel & Rose Frankel
Frank F Fredel
George & Jennie Fretdkm
Florence FnerJander
Benjamin Fnedman
Henry H Fnedman
Lottie Fnedman
Rita Fnedman
Solomon A Rebecca Fnedman
Lillian Garte
Martha Geissman
Lillian Seymour GekJzahler
Fanny Gelier
RoseGershon
Bertram Gerson
SaraGerson
Herman Glatt
Rose Goldberg
Adolph & Dora B GokJhor
Henry GoWhor
Samuel GoJdfarb
Anna & E manual Goldstein
Lillian Goodman
CehaGooz
Isaac A Rose Gooz
Robert Z Greene
Celia Greenfield
Moms Greenfield
Morns Greenshner
Pearl Gross
Harry N Grossman
Sam & Eva Grossman
Abraham Guterman
Elizabeth Halpem
Golda S Hamerman
Carrye Herzberg
Max Herzberg
Philip A Sarah Michaels
Hanrtleman
Lillian Hams
Jacob & Fanny Harrison
GoWie Hertner
John Helper
Frank Hepps
Harry Moms Herman
Saul Hershenhart
Rose Hirshman
Samuel Hirt
Esther & Jacob Hodor
Ida Hoffman
Isaac Hoffman
Joseph Honig
Harry Hortenstem
Henry Israel
Betty Jacks
Rose S Jackson
Abraham & Annie Jacobs
Jack & Sophia Jacobs
Walter L Jacobs
Jacob & Ida Kabaker
George Kahane
Milton Katz
A Henry Kauffman
Samuel Kipnis
Moms & Esther Klein
Louis Koenig
AdeleKolisky
Edward Kohsky
Max A Anna Konick
David A Anne Kornblum
LeahKrede
Larry Knvit
Samuel Knvit
Ida A Morion Kutscher
David A Ida Lang
Max A Bertha Langendort
Pincus A Leah Lavitt
George D LeBnnt
Nancy A Frank Lederfeind
Rebecca Lefkowits
Andre LeGalbc
Ida Lerman
Israel Lerman
Joseph Lerner
William Levenson
Rose Levine
Edward C Levy
Hams Levy
Sarah A Howard Levy
Jacob A Sophie Lewis
Jacob A Shendel Liberman
Daniel Lifter
Helen Upp
Florence Lipschuttz
Shirley Lipson
Rose Loewy
Howard Maier
Laurette Maier
Abraham Mailman .
Sally G Marantz
Harry Marans
Reuben A Anna Marans
Sylvia Marans
Anna A Dave Matusofsky
Philip Master
Abraham Melker
Sarah A Harry Meltzer
Abraham A Pauline
Meseisohn
Rose Metz
Joseph Meyer
Alan S Meyerhoff
Joseph B Miller
Minie A Jacob Miller
Morns Miller
Alex Minowitz
IdaH Morris
Sophie Morvil
William Nachman
Elizabeth Nasatir
Nathan Natapow
Joseph A Jennie Ossip
Jehiel A Sophie Pans
Mary A Maurice Perlman
Herbert D Philips
Barry S Planner
Herman Powell
Bessie Prttzker
Julius A Eva Quat
Robert Raab
ErnaE Rawicz
Jacob Rechtschaffer
Moms Reich
Mary Agnes Richard
Isaac A Sarah Richman
Rose Rinzler
Joseph A Millie Robinson
Allan Rose
Benjamin Rose
Lours Rosenbaum
Rose Rosenbaum
Jenny Rosenberg
Dora Rosenblatt
Jacob Rosenblatt
Anna B Rostier
Gertrude Rothenberg
Harry Rothenberg
Jack Rothman
Rose Rotter
Abraham Rubin
Myer Rubinsky
Jacob Ruby
Isabel Rudolph
Gertrude Rzepnik
Helen Sabat
SamSadovsky
Louis Safer
Marsha Safer
Leona Salomon
Nathan Samberg
Seymour Simon Samkoff
Shirley Samkoff
Minnie Sandier
Maishe Baer Sapan
EveSchacht
Sidney Schme
Theresa Schme
Charles Philip Schneider
Manny Schneider
Sam Schneider
Yetta Schneider
Edward Schuchman
Etta Schuham
William A Fannie Schultz
Nicky Schwartz
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Louis A Ethel Seft
William Seft
Margaret Segaii
Chitla Lucy Shapira
Ida A Shaw
Williams Shapiro
Maurice Shay
Minam A Jacob Shustek
Waiiy Sigal
David A Rose Silk
Sol Siiverman
Philip Simkowrtz
Benjamin Simon
Sam Simonhoff
Ben Singer
Robert V Slater
George Allen Small MD
Eva Smith
Belle Smofir
Lillian Sparer
Mary Sped or
Ralph Spero
Dora Spiegel
Samuel Spiegel
Harry A Bessie Stadlerer
Herbert Stang
Moms Stang
Sarah Stang
Lillian Stein
Benjamin Steinman
Dora Steinman
Moms Steinman
Celia Stem
Joshua A ftka Stryzak
David J Swartz
Ada Taylor
Michel Taylor
Maurice fetch
Charles Tesser
Julius A Minnie Tischler
Arthur A. Ungar
Ann Wetnbeck
M Edwin Werner
Abraham Weinstein
Bertha Weinstein
Norman Weinstein
Mae Gould Weishaar
Jeanette Weiss
Sadie Weisser
Chaim A Dora Wexler
Israel Wiener
Rose Wiener
Anna Wilde
Moms Wittus
isadoreWolf
Col Mitchell Wolfson
Frances Wolfson
Mildred Wolman
Rubin Woliowick
Samuel Wolsk
Mildred Yarrow
Philip Yarrow
Harold Young
Miriam Young
Bessie Zeitim
Tillie A Max Zoholsky
Elias A Fannie Zornberg
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Please direct inquiries concerning our Living
Legacy Program to the Development Office of
the Miami Jewish Home and Hospital for the Aged
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Miami Technion Dinner Scheduled For Dec. 13
The Auxiliary of Cedars Medical Center has "adopted" a nursing
home as a community service project in conjunction with the
hospital's 25 th Anniversary. Each month, a group of Cedars Aux-
ilians will visit the residents of Claridge House. Mollie Peal of
Miami Beach dressed as a down and brought along as old-
fashioned Victrola to play songs of earlier days. Claire Brotman.
also of Miami Beach, sang. Auxiliary President Sara Rutstein of
North Miami Beach and Vice President Jean Spivack of Kendall
danced with the residents. Bernard Slobodinski, 97, was recogniz-
ed as the oldest man at the party.
Ted Weinreich Appointed
Executive Director Of Temple Israel
Al Isaacson, Dinner Chairman
of the Greater Miami Chapter of
the American Society for
Technion Israel Institute of
Technology, announces that on
Saturday evening, Dec. 13, at the
Fontainebleau Hilton Hotel, the
Chapter's Annual Dinner-Dance
and Gala will present "La Cage
Aux Folle", preceded by dinner at
7 p.m.
President of the Miami Chapter
is Jay E. Leshaw.
The Greater Miami Chapter of
the American Technion Society
will announce a new major project
at the Technion-Israel Institute of
Technology in Haifa, the Sam B.
and Eve Topf Miami Hi Rise Stu-
dent Dormitory and Computer
Center.
Prime Minister Shimon Peres
stated, "The Technion is today the
Temple Israel of Greater Miami
announces the appointment of
Ted Weinreich as its new ex-
ecutive director.
He cqmes to the position with
extensive business management
experience and earned his MBA
from Columbia University. He
also raised funds for Cornell
University, his alma mater, break-
ing a long-standing record for its
20th reunion annual fund giving.
He will be responsible for manag-
ing the operations at both the
downtown center and the Kendall
facility.
"Let this new year be a new
beginning for each of us to make
Temple Israel what we want it to
be for our lives," Weinreich said.
"I look forward to this year as one
of consolidation and growth, of
focus and friendship.
University of Judaism's Assistant
Admissions Director Visits Miami
Leslie Goldfarb, Assistant
Director of Admissions at the
University of Judaism, Los
Angeles, will be in Miami through
Nov. 19 at the various Hebrew
High programs to talk with those
interested in the university's
undergraduate and graduate
academic programs.
Ms. Goldfarb will be available at
several locations to discuss the
curriculum of Lee College, the
UJ's undergraduate liberal arts
program baaed on an integrated,
comparative study of Western
and Jewish civilizations, with op-
tions for specialization in
Economics and Business. Political
Science, Psychology, Literature
and Jewish Studies. She will also
have information on the UJ's uni-
que MBA program focusing on
management and administration
of non-profit community service
organizations; the Master of Arts
in Education, for training
teachers, administrators, cur-
riculum designers and resear-
chers; the Rabbinic program spon-
sored jointly with the Jewish
Theological Seminary of America
and graduate programs in
Judaica.
Sharon Horowitz is in charge of
scheduling appointments with Ms.
Goldfarb.
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Miami Heart Institute's Second Generation
Miami Heart Institute's Second Generation kicked off the season
with Stress and Sports Medicine, the first of their lecture series to
be held at the Heart's new Educational Centre. Eugene J. Sayfu
MD, chairman of medicine and of the cardiovascular committet
at Miami Heart, spoke on "Stress"; and Arthur J. Pearl MD.
head of sports medicine for the department of orthopaedic surgery
at the University of Miami, addressed the group on medical
treatments for sports injuries. Pictured above at the event are:
Dr. and Mrs. Martin B. Grossman and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Aversa. Pictured below are: Dr. and Mrs. Allan R. Dunn and Dr.
and Mrs. Warren H. SiegeL
most important resource we have
to train the vital manpower we
need to realize Israel's central
goal; to transform our country- in.
to a land whose economy is based
on science and technology."
JCC To Hold
Book Fair
"Books can be fun for the en
tire family," will be the messap
at the sixth annual Jewish Book
Fair sponsored by the Jewish
Community Centers of Creater
Miami, South Dade Center, from
Tuesday through Sunday
The five day Book Fair, featur-
ing celebrated authors, offers an
outstanding variety of new boob
for adults and children.
The Fair will feature nationally
known authors, William Novak
and Francine Klagsburn, a
Women's Day Luncheon and a
Fantasy Festival Day for children
William Novak a nationally
known Jewish author, editor and
speaker, has written "1800008," in
conjunction with Lee Iacocca,
"The Big Book of Jewish
Humor," and "The Great
American Male Shortage and
Other Roadblocks to Romance."
During the book fair Novak will
give two presentations The first
will be held at the Beaumont
Cinema on the University of
Miami campus on Tuesday at 8
p.m. and will cover the topic of the
book, "Iacocca." This presenta-
tion will be offered in conjunction
with the University of Miami
Judaic Studies Program.
Novak's second presentation
will speak to the issue of his book.
"The Great American Male Shor-
tage and Other Roadblocks to
Romance," to be held at Temple
Beth Am, on Wednesday, at 8
p.m. and should be of particular
interest to single adults
Ladies have a special place in
the Jewish Book Fair celebration
on Thursday. Nov. 20. with the
Women's Day Luncheon featuring
author Francine Klagsburn She is
the author of "Married People.
Staying Together in the Age of
Divorce." She is also the author of
more than a doxen books, in
eluding, "Too Young u> Die
Youth and Suicide" and Voices
and Wisdom." Klagsburn also
edited the best-selling "Free u> Be
.. You and Me." with Mario
Thomas.
The day will begin with a bouu
que featuring jewelry and other
items for sale, followed by a salad
bar luncheon at 11:30 am. st
which Klagsburn will speak The
Women's Day Luncheon will be
held at Signature Gardens, from
10:30 sum. to 2 p.m.
On Fantasy Festival Day which
begins st 10:30 a.m. on Sunday.
Nov. 23. there will be entertain-
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and books and toys for sale, at the
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Pictured with Mrs. Polly de Hirsch Meyer going over the plans
for the new lobby are Fred Hirt, Mount Sinai's President and
'Chief Executive Officer and Yehuda Ben-Horin, Mount Sinai's
Administrative Engineer.
Mount Sinai Medical Center To
Rename Main Building Polly and
Baron deHirsch Meyer Tower
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f' Mount Sinai Medical Center of
Greater Miami will officially
Idedicate its Main Building, which
I will he renamed the Polly and
I Baron de Hirsch Meyer Tower on
IWednesday, at 6 p.m. Mrs. de
I Hirsch Meyer recently made a $10
I million contribution in memory of
her husband. Baron de Hirsch
I Meyer Mount Sinai Hospital's
I first president.
Mrs. de Hirsch Meyer, a Mount
I Sinai Founder, holds the distinc
[uon of being the largest, single
I contributor to the Medical Center,
land will be honored at the
building's dedication. A special
[cocktail party and dinner are be
ling given by the Mount Sinai
[Foundation and Board of
iTrustees.
r At the event, Mrs. de Hirsch
[Meyer will pull the switch to il-
luminate the building's new name.
[She will be toasted in front of the
[Medical Center by more than 400
[guests including her family,
[friends. Mount Sinai Trustees,
[Founders and other prominent
[members of the community. A
[marble wall in the de Hirsch
WIZO Fashion
I Show
I The Women's International
Zionist Organisation is presenting
Ijhe Fifth Annual Fashion Show
puncheon presented by Exit
[Shops honoring Mrs. Frieda
[Arber on Thursday. Nov. 20, at
[the Fontainebleau Hilton.
[Registration starts at 11 am. with
[luncheon, at noon.
[ L*> Freund is Chairman Wiso
[Florida with Mercedes Ivcher,
[Fashion Show Chairman and
Posita Retelny, Fashion Show
|V ice-Chairman.
I Coordinators are Jana Falic,
lena Kamhaji, Scelly Levy.
fosiu Rok.
The Committe for the event are
Jana Behar, Coty Benarroch,
P>ena Bensabat, Regina Brand
p.vn. Tania Buskela, Rita Bymel,
Pyett Cohen, Sylvia Cohen,
Phava Dagan. Maria Dobson.
Wpn Dorfman, Sara Elnecave,
Pary Eppel,
I Also Arlene Fromberg, RosiU
|'*nberg, R&quel Grosfeld, Ber
Ua<.rossman. Stella Guindi. Elsie
f alberstein. Nelly Harel, Sonja
Wfra Eva Baisman Kokiel. Bever
m' Koplowiu. Chana Kreimer.
P>"a Kress, Tania Lapciuc.
Also Reina Lerner, Zoila Levin,
onnne Merkin. Rebeca Posner.
*nane Rackman, Fania Sadovnik,
jhav.ta Safirstein. Nina
tn teor' Mariita Srebnik.
gnette Sultan. Evelyn Tenen
aum. Margarita Terkiel. Martha
"aerstein, and Edith Wigoda.
Meyer Tower will house portraits
of the couple honoring their
donation.
Congressman Claude Pepper (center) honored
guest and member of the Cocktail Party Com-
mittee for the American Red Magen David for
Israel is being welcomed by Murray Kaye,
Regional President, left and Joseph
Handleman, ARMDI National Chairman
right, as well as Mrs. Morton B. Zemel, Assis-
tant Director, and Robert L. Schwartz, Direc-
tor, right. Congressman Lawrence J. Smith
chaired the function. Community leaders on
the committee inluded: Lawrence J. Aberman,
Joseph Alon, Hon. Elaine Bloom, Seymour
Brief Jack Burstein, Sidney Cooperman,
Jerry Kamine, Murray Kaye, Mixa Levy,
Hon. Gwen Margolis, Hon. Claude Pepper,
Elaine Pittel,


Page 10-B The Jewish Floridian/Friday, November 14, 1986 Israel Bonds To
Hold Breakfast
At Del Prado
CC VIMUNITY CORNER
Th* axt general meeting of the Sisterhood of Tem-
ple Z, ore will be held on Wednesday at the Temple at
12:30 n. A program will be presented by Allison Major
of Sc hem Bell Telephone Company on the latest
deve oments and services provided to their
cons lers
Beth orah Congregation, North Miami Beach, will be
havir a New Year's Eve Party, Dec. 31, in the Oeakter
Hall ballroom.
The Greater Miami Section of the National Council of
Jewish Women is holding their 16th Annual Child Care
luncheon on Wednesday, Dec. 3, at 11:30 a.m. at Bis-
cay ne Bay Marriott Hotel.
Local Chapter of the Florida Friends of Dropsie
Fellowship Program of the Annenberg Research In-
stitute will hold their first luncheon meeting of the
season, on Thursday, Nov. 13, at noon at the Ocean
Pavilllon Restaurant, Miami Beach.
Ariene Ditche* and Lena Goldberg will review "Why
The Jews The Reason For Anti-Semitism" by Den-
nis Prager, internationally renowned author and lec-
turer on contemporary society and Judaism. Mrs.
Miriam Shindler will chair the meeting.
Temple Beth Am Breakfast Forum will present
Honorable David Walters, former Ambassador to the
Vatican, to discuss the aspects of his office, including
Israel-Vatican problems st the Brotherhood Breakfast
Forum in the Temple Youth Lounge, on Sunday at 9:30
a.m..
The Cuban-Hebrew Israel Dinner of State, under the
auspices of the Greater Miami Israel Bonds Organiza-
tion, will be held Saturday evening, Nov. 22 at the
Fontalnebleau-Hilton, beginning with a reception at
7:30 p.m. Honored at the dinner for their support of
Israel are Alberto and Nelly Behar and Aron and Lucia
Kelton.
Temple Menorah Sisterhood will meet on Wednesday
at noon at the Temple Social Hall. Annie Ackerman will
speak and review a current novel.
Southweat ORT Holiday Bazaar will take place on
Wednesday, at 7 p.m. at The Greenery In North Kendall.
The next regular meeting of Sholem Lodge 1024 will
be held in the Auditorium of the Hillel House on the
University of Miami Campus on Sunday at 10 a.m.
Speaker will be Max Mlckelaon, immediate past presi-
dent of the Hillel Advisory board, and Hillel commis-
sioner for the stste of Florida.
Monday, Nov. 17 the North Shore Chapter of the
B'nai B'rith Women will meet at the Surfslde Communi-
ty Center at 1 p.m. The guest speeker will be William F.
Sauleon; the topic: Baubles, Bangels and Beads
Soviet Jewelry. Saulson Is a family consultant and vice
president of Riverside Memorial Chapel.
Residents of the Del Prado con-
dominium in North Miami will be
able to participate in a Salute to
Israel Breakfast on Sunday, Nov.
30. in the Del Prado Auditorium.
The event, which is under the
auspices of the Greater Miami
Israel Bond Organization, is being
held in honor of Israel's 38th An-
niversary. The complimentary
Breakfast is scheduled to begin at
10 a.m.
Making a special guest ap-
pearance will be Joey Russell,
American Jewish comedian.
Serving as chairman of the Del
Prado Israel Bonds Committee is
Charles Wilder. Acting as co-
chairmen are Abe Albert. Saul
Berenbaum, Jeanette Blue mental,
Irwin Fisher and Mac Gale.
American Friends Of
Tel Aviv Univ.
President's Forum
The American Friends of Tel
Aviv University will be holding its
first meeting of the "President's
Forum" on Thursday, Nov. 20 at
the Biacayne Bay Marriott Hotel.
The luncheon meeting will be
hosted by the Florida members of
the International Board of Gover-
nors; Frank Beckerman, Norman
Braman, Cal Kovens, Norman
Lipoff, and Dr. George S. Wise.
Professor Yoram Dinstein, pro
rector of Tel Aviv University, will
be the guest speaker.
Prof. Dinstein is recognized in
the field of international law and
is currently a visiting professor at
New York University School of
Law.
He is a Yanowicz Professor of
Human Rights.
Trialogue
Panel Series
Beth David Congregation and
the Central Agency for Jewish
Education announce a forthcom-
ing Trialogue Panel Series entitl-
ed "Are We Still One People?" to
be moderated by Rabbi Jack
Reimer of Beth David.
The first program will take
place on Sunday, at 8 p.m. and is
entitled "Reform, Conservative
and Orthodox: What We Believe."
Participants will be Rabbi Gary
Glickstein of Temple Beth
Sholom; Rabbi Eugene Labovitx
of Ner Tamid Congregation and
Rabbi David Lehrfield of Young
Israel of Greater Miami.
By looking at Hannah Levous, pictured above, you could neve>
guest that she is 90 years old. Hannah has dedicated more than 50
years of her life to the Deborah Hospital Foundation providing
heart and lung treatment at no cost to patients. Originally from
Newark, she began work there with the Deborah Consumptive
Relief League in 19tt. She moved to Miami Beach more than 20
years ago. She served as President of the Greater Miami Chapter
from 1971-1973 and was treasurer for eight years.
Tropical Cancer League Luncheon
The next regular luncheon
meeting of Tropical Cancer
League will take place on Friday,
Nov. 21, at the Ocean Pavillion.
Miami Beach.
Luncheon will be served at
noon, with a meeting at 1.
Lil Yager is in charge Charlotte
Cooper, vocalist, comedian and
entertainer is on the program
Volunteers Needed
The B'nai B'rith Youth Organization is now recruiting
voluteers to serve as advisors for local high school age youth
groups.
Requirements for this rewarding assignment are as follows:
If you are at least 21 years old...
If you are committed to Judaism and to Jewish life. .
If you have a genuine liking for youth and enjoy working with
them. .
If you are willing to work under dose supervision and par
ticipate in ongoing training. .
Then BBYO would like to meet you.. .
The local BBYO Program currently has 20 chapters and
reaches out to almost 700 Jewish teens in the Palm Beach
Gardens, Boca Raton, Coral Springs. Plantation, Hollywood.
Pembroke Pines and North Miami Beach areas. The girls compo-
nent is BBG (B'nai B'rith Girls) and the boys is AZA (Aleph Zadik
Aleph). Together, they are a dynamic and important part of our
Jewish community.
Youth need YOUR support. If you are interested in becoming
involved in this fulfilling and vital part of our young people's lives,
please call Jerome Kiewe or William Rubin at the Gold Coast
Council BBYO Office 581-0218 for more information and to ar
range for an interview.
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Braman To Lead Fla. Campaign For Holocaust Museum
Norman Braman; Florida
business leader and owner of the
Philadelphia Eagles football team,
has been appointed Chairman of
the Florida Steering Committee
of the national campaign to build
the United States Holocaust
Memorial Musuem in Washington,
D.C., it was announced by Na-
tional Campaign Chairman Miles
Lerman. "I'm delighted we have a
person of the caliber and commit-
ment of Norman Braman to spark
our efforts in Florida, which will
be a key state for the Museum
Campaign," Lerman said.
The Museum, to be located on
Federal land facing the
Washington Monument on the Na-
tional Mall, is the responsibility of
the U.S. Holocaust Memorial
Council, whose Chairman is the
1986 Nobel Peace Prise recipient,
Elie Wieael. Along with Wiesel
and Lerman, Braman is one of 56
Council members appointed by
the President.
The 276,000-souare-foot edifice
will be a "living"' memorial to the
six million Jewish victims of the
Holocaust and the millions who
perished at the hands of the Nazis
during World War II. Through ex-
hibits, educational and cultural
programs, it will tell the story of
humankind's darkest hour, and
document the era for visitors,
students and scholars with a
research library and an interna-
tional archives.
According to the federal law
that created the Council, the
Museum must be constructed en-
tirely with private, tax-deductible
gifts. In endorsing the campaign
of which he serves as Honorary
Chairman, President Reagan has
stated, "We are moving forward
to build a 'living' museum financ-
ed by those who grasp the impor-
tance of understanding and of
remembering." So far, the cam-
paign has raised $35 million
across the country from founda-
tions, corporations and individual
Americans of all religions, races
and cultural backgrounds.
Braman has long been a civic
leader and supporter of charitable
and educational causes and is a
graduate of Temple University.
"I accept the challenge with
great enthusiasm," Braman
declared. "I know the generosity
and humanity of the people of
Florida, and I expect them to res-
pond warmly in support of this
vital cause."
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Synopsis Of The Weekly Torah Portion
-lift up now thne eye*, and look ... for all the land which
I/MM, seest, to thee will I give it, and to thy seed for ever"
(Genesis 1S.U1S).
LEKH LEKHA
LEKH LEKHA At the command of God, Abram left Haran
utd journeyed to Canaan. There God appeared to him and said:
"Unto thy seed will I give this land" (Genesis lt.7). There was a
famine in the land of Canaan, and Abram took his household to
Egypt On his return, he and his nephew Lot separated peaceably.
Lot choosing to settle in the plain of Sodom. In the battles bet-
ween the northern Icings and those of the plain of Sodom, Lot was
captured. Learning of his nephew's plight, Abram armed his
followers and pursued Lot's captors. He defeated them and
rescued his nephew and the other captives from Sodom. God
nude a covenant with Abram to give him and his seed after him
the land of Canaan ("The Covenant between the Parts"). When
Abram's wife Sarai saw that she was barren she gave Hagar, her
handmaiden, to Abram as wife. Hagar bore Abram a son, who
was called Ishmael. At God's command, Abram changed his name
to Abraham, and his wife's name to Sarah. He was circumcized,
together with all the males of his household.
(The recounting of the Weekly Portion of the Law Is extracted and baaavt
upon The Graphic History o( the Jewish Heritage." edited by P WollmerT
Tssmir $15. published by ShengokJ The volume is available at 75 Maiden
IW. New York. N Y 10036 Joseph Schlang ,. president of the socw
distributing the volume ) '
Friday, November 14, 1986/The Jewish Flondian Page 11-B
r. and Mrs. Norman Straus of North Bay Village were pro-
winced winners of the project sponsored by Chabaa Lubavttch.
HAPPENINGS
I'm 1 st Class Stephen A. Kaye. son of Leonard Kaye of North
Miami has graduated from the I S Army Signal Center's single
channel radio operator course at Fort Gordon
He is a 1984 graduate of Miami Beach Senior High School
I h.- Center for the Fine Arts exhibition galleries will be CLOS-
tl) through Dec 8 for the installation of "Hollywood Legend
And Reality'" which opens to the public on Dec 9
Miami Dade Community College Lunchtime Lively Arts Series
presents the Hippodrome theatre production of "Ain't
Misbehavin,'' at noon. Wednesday, at the Gusman Cultural
Center
The Miami Arts Exchange will hold its next luncheon on Fri-
day. Nov 21 from noon to 1:30 at the Press Club at the Omni In-
ternational Hotel
thane Camber. Executive Director of the Bass Museum, an-
nounced that the Bass Museum has received its accreditation from
ihe American Association of Museums in Washington. DC.
Women's League For Israel
Florida Regional Meeting
Women's League for Israel,
wida Regional Meeting will be
W on Friday, Nov. 21 at 9:30
t Woodlanda Clubhouse,
Wwn 6, in Tamarac.
Workshops on Leadership and
Acquired Skills will be conducted.
Speaker of the day will be national
President, Muriel Lunden, with
an Israel report on the four homes
built and maintained by Women's
League for Israel. Lucille Kimmel
is chairman of the day.
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
DELUXE 1&2 BEDROOM
GREAT LOCATION
Walk to 163 St. Mall
1 Across From Publlx
nd Zayre Shopping
' Transportation
Pool A Satun a
"Qirrm" 8 Social Director
Synagogue on Premises
Kosher Shopping
WINDSOR TOWERS
'551 NE 167 St. Open 7 Days
^5-8174 An Adult Community

Bar Mitzvah
AMIS NATI V
Amir Nativ, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Yitzhak Nativ, will be called to the
Torah as Bar Mitxvah on Saturday
at 8:30 a.m. at Temple Adath
Yeshurun, North Miami Beach.
The celebrant is a student in the
Temple Adath Yeshurun, Hai I
class.
He attends the University
School of Nova University and is
in the eighth grade.
Amir is on the School Honor
Roll and is a member of the Cross
Country League in school.
Mr. and Mrs. Yitzhak Nativ will
host the Kiddush following the
services in honor of the occasion.
Special guests will include,
grandmother Gerda Schwarz,
from Israel; grandmother Zelda
Sragowica of Miami, family
members and friends residing in
Miami as well as South America.
BRADLEY EISENBERG
SCOTT GREENBERG
Bradley Eisenberg, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Perry Eisenberg and
Scott Greenberg, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Barry Greenberg will be call-
ed to the Torah as B'nai Mitzvah
at Temple Sinai on Saturday at
10:30 a.m. The Torah portion for
the week will be studied.
Edward Wasserman
Wasserman To
Speak At
Business Forum
Editor-in-Chief of the Miami
Review, Edward Wasserman will
be the next guest speaker at the
Temple Israel of Greater Miami
Business Breakfast Forum,
Thursday. Nov. 20. at 7:45 a.m. at
the Downtown Temple.
Wasserman is a graduate of
Yale University and the Universi-
ty of Paris. He received his PhD
from the London School of
Economics, coming to The Miami
Herald in 1981. Joining the
Review Publications in April, he
was formerly executive business
editor at The Miami Herald.
Eunice Baros is co-chairperson.
Jewish High
School
Scholarship Event
Jewish High School of South
Florida will present its Scholar-
ship Event on Wednesday, at 7:30
p.m., at Temple Emanuel
Friedland Ballroom.
Guest speaker will be Deborah
Lipstadt whose topic will be the
American Jewish Community
Survival or Self Destruction.
The event is sponsored by
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion, Jewish Federation of South
Broward, Jewish Federation of
Greater Fort Lauderdale,
American ORT Federation,
Women's American ORT, in
cooperation with Central Agency
for Jewish Education.
Synagogue
Listing
Candlelighting Time
5:14 p.m.
ADATHYESHURUN
102S NE Miami Gardens Drive
North Miami Beach 947 1435
Rabbi Simcha Froadman
Cantor Ian AJparn Conservative
CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION
Temple Bath Shmuel
1700 Michigan Ave Miami Beach
534-7213-534-7214
Barry J Konovltch RabOi fWV
Moshe Buryn. Cantor W/
Sergio Groblar. President
Sholsm Epelbaum President
Religious Committee
Mlnytn 7:30 a.m. 4 5 IS p.m
Sat a Sun Sam. 4 S: 15 p.m
Sal. 4 a.m. Bar Mitzvah Amir Nativ
TEMPLE BETH AM
SSS0 N. Kendall Dr.
S Miami 887-8667
Or Herbert Beumgard
Senior Rabbi
Rabbi Leonard Schoolman
Fri 15 p.m. RabM Schoolman will apeak on
"SaereMna For Ood I Fnwu Roaannrig."
Sat 1115am Rabbi liumgira will apeak
on "And bo Thou A Breaking "
Sar MNsveha. Kevin Hockman
and Matthew Goodman
BETH DAVID CONGREGATION
2625 SW 3rd Avenue 854-3911
Jack Rlemer, Rabbi ^^
Robert Albert. ("&-.
Cantor vJs/
Rev Milton Freeman.
Ritual Director
Mlncheh 5 20 p.m Set
Frl. Family Sondoa 7:30p.m.
Sal. am Sar Miuvah. Sain Friedman.
Dally aon.. Sun Sam A S 30 p m
Mw Thura 730am 4 S 30 p m
Tuee.. Wad. I Frl 7 45am A 5 30 p.m.
Sal a.m A '<. h> before aunaat
TEMPLE EMANUEL ^_
1701 Washington Avenue ftt\
Miami Beach >S.'
Dr. Irving Lehrman. Rabbi
Auxiliary Rabbi Maxwell Berge.
Yehuda Shilman. Cantor
Maurice Klein Ritual Director
Gerald Taub. Executive Director
Kabbalal Shabbat 5 p.m.
Sat. a.m. Or. Irvine Lehrman win preach.
Conaacratlon and V.I P Sabbath
Cantor Yehuda Shltman anil chant
HEBREW ACADEMY
BETH EL CONGREGATION
2400 Pinetree Drive Miami Beach
532-6421
Cantor. Rabbi Sotomon Schift
BETHKODESH
Coneervathfe
1101 SW 12 Ave
Rabbi Max Shapiro
Cantor Joseph Krtaaei
Roee Berlin: Executive Secretary
m
8566:134
Sabbath Servtcea 4 45 a.m
SMoah Seudoa. Mlncha. Sat S p.m.
TEMPLE BETH MOSHE
2225 NE 121 St.. N. Miami. FL 33161
815606 Conservative
Or. Israel Jacobs. Rabbi _.
Dr Joseph A. Gortlnkel. (f*\
Rabbi Emeritus %'
Moshe Frledler. Cantor
Frl. ( p.m.
Sat 4 45pm
Bar Mrtxveh DevM Treifler
TEMPLE BETH RAPHAEL
1S4S Jefferson Ave. MB. FL 3313
Tel 536-4U2
Rabbi Or. Jaxhuda Matbar
Cants* Nlssim lanytmim
Dally eervtcee a.m. and 7 p.m
Sat SIS am
BET SHIRA CONQREQATION
7500 SW 120th Street
238-2801 /.
Rabbi DavM H. Auerbach W)
Cantor Stephen Freedman
tEMPLg ISRAEL-----------------------
Of Greater Miami
Miami I Pionaa' RarOrm Con gv ag j non
137 N.E. 19th St., Miami. 573-5900
9990 N. Kendall Dr.. 595-5055
Senior Rabbi Haskell Bemat
Assistant Rabbi Rex D. Perimeter
Cantor: Rachelle F. Nelson
Cantor Emeritus:
Jacob G. Bornstein
Director of Education
And Programming: Jack L. Sparks
Frl s p.m Downtown Cantor Jacob u
SofT.olofn.-Dlaconlanl aa tha Kay to Worth.'
KandaII RabM Aex D. Penrnotar and Cantor
Racheno F. Nekton. "Body and Soul"
TEMPLE JUDEA
5600 Granada Bhrd
Coral Oabtea 667-6867
Mlehaal 8. Daanatat, Rabbi
Fn. B4>fYrCB 1pm
TEMPLE KING SOLOMON
910 Lincoln Rd. Tel 534-9776
Rabbi Marvin Rose
Shoshanah Raab. Cantor
Sanrtcax Frl 7 30 p m
Sat 3o m
TEMPLE MENORAH
620-75th St., Miami Beach 33141
Rabbi Mayer AbramowlU .
Art Fridkis. Aasoc. Rabbi (
Cantor Murray Yavrveh
Sal 9 a m Sabbath #
Daily Minchah Sunday Ftlday
Sa.m and Sp.m
Sat Sa.m and 5 IS p m
w
TEMPLE NER TAMIO
7602 Carlyie Ave
Miami Beech 33141
Rebbi Eajoana Laboviu
Cantor Edward Klein
9>)
Daily Saxvtcas am and S X) p.m
Sat MSim Fn lat B4KV1CB I p m
SHAARAY TEFILLAH
o North Miami Beach
971 Northeast 172nd St
North Miami Beach
651 1562
Yaakov Sprung. Rabbi
IFn 4pm Craathra
Sarvtca Sal aSO am aorv fonowad by
luncheon A etudy union
tEUPLEBeTMSHftLOMSinm/
Chase Ave. 8 41 at St. .
ON HOW xSoatrSH, Faaaxajfcaa axaxei aabbi
OAAY a OUCKSTIIN ~
MANNY XKT, Aaaaxanj Aaaax
PAUL D CAP-LAN Anil tax I
CANTON OAVIO CONVtSf N
F.I 4 15pm Rabbi Oary
a on Oat Out
I a.m aonrtca
OHcaataMi arm apeak on Oat Out ol M.ra
Sat it At a.
BETH TORAH CONSERVATIVE
CONGREGATION 947 7526
1051 N Miami Baach Blvd
Dr Max A Ltpschitz Rabbi
Zvee Aronl. Cantor
Harvey L Brown, Exec Director
Oetty Sorrtoee: Mon -Frl. 7.30 a.m.
S.30 p m
Sat AMam 4A1Spm
Sun Sam ASp-m
Lava aarvaoa Fn I p m
Thure StneAeo tad* danea 7:30 p.m.
w
SHAARE TEFILLAH OF KENDALL
362 0698
Rabbi Hsrshai Becker oo~ o-modo.
Sal. JO am aorvtoa at
Timpli Samu-tl
SUBWtUAve..
S at N Kondali Or
TEMPLE SINAI 16601 NE 22 Ave
North Dade's Ratorm Congragahon
Ralph P Kingsley. Rabbi 932 9010
Julian I Cook. Associate Rabbi
Irving Shulkes Cantor
Barbara S Ramsay Administrator
Frl aantcatpjn Scholar w raaldonoa
Max Janovnkl.
Sat. 10:30 am Bnal Mitivah
Bradley Oliatirg A Scon Oroonbaro
TEMPLE Z\ON iSHAtLME CtNTER
8000 Miller Or Conservative
271 2311
Dr Norman N Shapiro Rabbi '
Benjamin Adler Cantor
David Rosenthai. Auxiliary Cantor
:?'
Mm,an 7 a.m Monday 4 Thuraday
Sunday ( a.m Fn H5pm
Sat. a.m. Sabbath Sanrlca
Tattler Chapai


Friday, November 14, 1986/The Jewish Floridian Page 9-B
Simon Wiesenthal Center To
Establish Miami Office
Berkowitz Joins Rosenthal And Yarchin
The Simon Wiesenthal Center,
nth its North American member-
,ip of over 340.000 families, has
,pointed Robert Novak to head
5 upcoming Miami office. Novak
jmes to the Center from the
outheastern College of
>steopathic Medicine in North
ifiami Beach, where he served as
ie College's first Director of
development.
n addition to its Miami office.
me Wiesenthal Center, which is
eadquartered in Los Angeles.
|jo maintains offices in New
ork. Chicago, Toronto, and most
jeen'tly Israel. The Center's new
erusalem office was created to
oordinate vital research on Nazi
rr criminals.
The Center, established in 1977.
is become the largest institution
f its kind in North America
edicated to the study of the
lolocaust. its contemporary im-
llications and related human
ights issues. Sustaining a
igorous social action agenda, the
>nter addresses a wide range of
Legal Notices
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PRUBATE DIVISION
Kile Nasaber 84V47S4
Division 04
IN RE ESTATE OF
PHYLLIS SEI'STADTER.
Deceased
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
The administrauon of the estate
of PHYLLIS NEl'STADTER.
deceased File Number 86-4754. is
pending in the Circuit Court for
Ittae unty Florida. Probate
;ne address of which is 73
Rest Klagler Street. Miami.
i The names and addresses
>f the t^'^inal representative and
the pervinal representative 8 at-
torney .ire set forth below
AL .nterested persons are re-
quired : Tile with this court.
WITHIN THREE MONTHS OF
THE TOOT PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE ill all claims
IfSjnsl 'ne estate and (2 any ob-
jectiur. t>y an interested person on
horr, this, notice wa served that
nftlsagM the validity of the will,
the (ualifications of the personal
representative, venue, or junsdic
tion of the court
ALL l.AIMS AND OBJEC
RONS NOT SO FILED WILL BE
FOREVER BARRED
Publication of this Notice has
nepin OB November 14. 1986
Personal Representative
MURRAY NEl'STADTER
LefT, Pesetakv 4
Zack P A
I37 N E 162nd Street
N Miami Beach. Fla 33162
Attorn?) for Personal
Representative.
Samuel I Leff. Eaq
co Leff Pesetaky ft Zack. P A
IK" N E 162nd Street
No Mian Beach. Fla. 33162
Telephone (306)946-7601
12368 November 14.21. 1986
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE ||t| JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
Ne. S4-48128
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
H* RE The marriage of'
FRANCOIS AUGUSTTN
Petitioner /husband
and
MARIELLE AUGUSTIN
RP"ndent/wu*e
T MARIELLE AUGUSTIN
Residence Unknown
VOI MARIELLE AUGUSTIN.
residence unknown, are required
to file )our answer to the petition
for dissolution of marriage with
the Clerk of the above Court and
rve a copy thereof upon the pet!
Uoner i attorneys, Law Office of
HERMAN COHEN ft ROBERT S
COHEN, 622 SW 1st. Street.
Mam, Fla. 33130. on or before
""ember 12. 1986. or else petition
Wbs confessed.
Witness my hand and seal of this
"u". t Miami. Dade County.
rl"nda. this November 6. 1986
RICHARD P BRINKER
'lerk. Circuit Court
By CLARINDA BROWN
incji DPuty Clerk
November 14. 21. 28;
December 6. 1986
issues, including prosecution ot
Nazi war criminals. anti-
Semitism, contemporary attitudes
Of intolerance and bigotry, ter-
rorism and genocide
To develop programs and active
membership in the Miami area.
Robert Novak will assume the
position of Director of
Development.
Torah Awards
Breakfast At Young
Israel Of Sunny Isles
The Young Israel of Sunny Isles
will sponsor a Torah Awards
Breakfast on Sunday morning at 9
a.m. in the synagogue according
to Hillel Price, president.
Rabbi Rubin R. Dobin. Spiritual
leader of the Young Israel will
present the members of the Con-
gregation to be honored and will
deliver a talk on the theme:
"Jewish Leadership in a Troubled
World."
Those honored for their ex-
emplary service to the Synagogue
will be Jonas Roth. Jack
Benkosus. David Liss. Yossie
Azulai and Miguel Kostovetsky.
Golf Classic To Benefit
Parkinson Foundation
The National Parkinson Foun-
dation and Golden Years
Magazine have joined forces to
present the Golden Years
Magazine National Parkinson
Foundation Golf Classic on Thurs-
day. Nov. 20 at the Miami Lakes
Golf Resort Funds raised will
benefit the research, treatment,
therapy and rehabilitation pro-
grams of the Foundation
Ed Harris is the chairman of the
event for the second year
Business
Note
Attorney Benjamin S.
Schwartz, a partner in the firm of
Fine Jacobson Schwartz Nash
Block and England. PA. left Nov.
7 for England and Scotland on a
South Florida Initiative mission in
an ongoing effort to attract inter
national trade and investment to
the South Florida Area.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Naaber 84-5925
Division 04
IN RI ESTATE Of
ROSE APPLEBY
Deceased
NOTICE
OF ADMINISTRATION
The administration of the estate
of ROSE APPLEBY. deceased.
File Number 86-6925. is pending in
the Circuit Court for Dade County,
Florida, Probate Division, the
address of which is 73 West
Flakier Street, Miami, Florida
33130 The names and addresses
of the personal representaUve and
the personal representative's
attorney are set forth below
All interested persons are
required to file with this court,
WITHIN THREE MONTHS OF
THE FIRST PlfBLlCATION 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 November 7, 1986
Personal RepresentaUve
THEODORE R NELSON
1136 Kane Concourse
Bay Harbor Islands, FL 33154
Attorney for Personal
RepresentaUve.
NELSON AND FELDMAN. PA
1135 Kane Concourse
Bay Harbor Islands, FL 33154
Telephone: (305) 865-6716
12338 November 7, 14. 1986
A law firm noted for its growth
and community involvement has
added to its ranks one of South
Florida's civicly active lawyers
Rosenthal and Yarchin has been
joined by Jeffrey L. Berkowitz.
who will be of counsel to the firm
Berkowitz's civic activities reflect
his commitment to Miami and his
suture within the community.
He was founding executive
director of the Metro-Dade Coun-
ty Independent Review Panel,
which has fostered a closer rap-
port between government and
Dade residents.
Berkowitz's other major affilia-
tions include:
People for the American Way;
national board of directors.
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion; board of directors.
American-Israel Public Affairs
Committee (AIPAC) national
board of directors.
Also B'nai B'rith; Southeast
regional board of directors.
Chairman Community Relations
Committee of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation and chairman
of the board of governors of South
Dade Jewish Community Center.
Chairman National Leaders
Forum. Greater Miami Chamber
of Commerce.
Berkowitz also was the recipient
of the 1984 President's Leader
ship Award of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation.
"Mr. Berkowitz's ties to this ci-
ty and his ability to care for its
citizens are just as important as
his skill as an attorney." said Alan
Rosenthal. senior partner of
Rosenthal and Yarchin. "To prac-
tice law effectively, an attorney
must be intimately connected with
the community in which he
practices."
Berkowitz emphasized that he
chose to join Rosenthal and Yar-
chin because the firm's attorneys
share his fervent interest in the
development of Miami as a global
financial and cultural center.
A Law Review graduate of the
University of Miami Law School.
Berkowitz also is president of
Coconut Grove-based Berkowitz
Development Group, which has
developed four major commercial
properties on North Kendall
Drive.
"My background in real estate
provides me with the practical
knowledge and understanding to
benefit Rosenthal and Yarchin's
burgeoning commerical and real
estate practice." Berkowitz said.
That growing practice was
formed in May 1986 when Rosen-
thal teamed up with Barry S. Yar
chin. The two attorneys knew
each other from B'nai B'rith
athletic teams, and had grown to
respect each other's professional
skills. Berkowitz. who then had
his own law firm, also was active
on the teams.
The firm's rapid expansion over
the last 18 months is reflected by
the addition of two associates
Mindy C. Funk, a graduate of the
National Law Center at George
Washington University; and
David R. Webster, a graduate of
NOTICE UNDER
FICTiTIOUB NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, desinng to
encage in business under the fie
Ubous name FOODCRAFTERS
DISTRIBUTING CO. FOOD
CRAFTERS DISTRIBUTING
COMPANY at 3400 N W. 67th
Street. Miami. FL SS147 intends
to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
FINE DISTRIBUTING
CORPORATION
BY: IRVING FIEN.
PRESIDENT
LYNN W FROMBERG.
ESQUIRE
Attorney for FINE
DISTRIBUTING CORPORATION
IRMI October 31;
November 7.14.21
Barry Yarchin, Jeffrey Berkowitz, and Alan Rosenthal.
the Duke University School of
Law.
The firm's corporate clients cur-
rently include Southeast Bank;
Terremark. Inc.; Stockton,
Whatley, Davin and Company;
United National Bank of Miami;
National Mortgage Company: and
Lincoln Service Corporation.
Attorney Rosenthal was born in
Miami, attended Cornell Universi-
ty, and received his law degree
from the University of Miami His
family has pioneer roots in Miami,
and Rosenthal has distinguished
himself through civic in-
volvements. The attorney's family
came to Miami at the turn of the
century, and now numbers about
250 people in South Flonda. in-
cluding his prominent father.
Herschel Rosenthal. president of
Flagler Federal Savings and
Loan.
Rosenthal specializes in civil
litigation, governmental affairs
and media law. He is former vice
chairman of the Metro-Dade
County Independent Review
Panel and he currently serves as
special counsel to the City of
Miami Code Enforcement Board.
A member of the American Bar
Association Communications Law
Forum and the Florida Bar Media
and Communications Law Com-
mittee. Rosenthal has authored
numerous articles on media law
and First Amendment issues.
Rosenthal and Yarchin's com-
munications clients include
WTVJ-Channel 4, WSCV-
Channel 51. WCIX-Channel 6. and
the firm has represented The
Miami Herald on various matters.
Rosenthal's civic activities also
have carried him to national pro-
minence. His 18 years of work
with the March of Dimes, beginn-
ing in 1968 as the local teen chair-
man, has resulted in his appoint-
ment to the charity's national
board of trustees.
Real estate and commercial
practice are managing partner
Yarchin's specialties. He also is a
licensed real estate broker and
AFFIDAVIT UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME STATUTE
STATE OF FLORIDA
SS
COUNTY OF DADE
The undersigned, under oath,
says: It is the intention of the
undersigned to engage in a
business enterprise under the
fictitious name of M B.R
Industries and MB R located at
4600 NW 128th Street Road. Opa
Locks, FL 33064 in the City of
Miami. Dade County, Florida
Those interested in said
enterprise, and the extent of the
interest of each, is as follows:
M B.R Industries, Inc.,
100 percent
12364 November 14. 21. 28.
December 5.1986
mortgage broker.
A native of New Bedford, Yar-
chin earned his bachelor's degree
in economics from Boston Univer-
sity and his law degree from the
University of Miami He, too, has
been active in community affairs,
and currently serves as president
of Hillel Foundation of Greater
Miami, and is a member of the
board of directors of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation.
Yarchin feels that his real estate
practice benefits from his strong
business orientation coupled with
his legal skills.
"The real estate industry here is
an exciting one. but it is filled with
many dangers." Yarchin said.
"Our objective is to supply much
more than routine legal support to
lenders and developers. We strive
to provide informed counsel on
structuring real estate oppor-
tunities and on achieving max-
imum profits within the
framework of quality develop-
ment. Our work with developers
and financial institutions com-
bines our legal background with
business acumen and knowledge
of the South Flonda community."
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File N eater M-C273
Divisiea02
IN RE ESTATE OF
WILLIAM POLAN,
Deceased
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
The administration of the estate
of WILLIAM POLAN. deceased,
File Number 86-6273. is pending in
the Circuit Court for Dade County.
Florida. Probate Division, the ad
dress of which is 73 West Flagler
Street. Miami Flonda 33130 The
names and addresses of the per-
sonal representaUve and the per
sonal representative's attorney are
set forth below.
All interested persons are re-
quired to file with this court,
WITHIN THREE MONTHS OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE: (1) all claims
against the estate and (2) any ob-
jection by an interested person on
whom this notice was served that
challenges the validity of the will,
the qualifications of the personal
representative, venue, or junsdic
tion of the court.
ALL CLAIMS AND OBJEC
TIONS NOT SO FILED WILL BE
FOREVER BARRED.
Publication of this Notice ha*
begun on November 14. 1986.
Personal Representative:
IRENE MARIE POLAN
6770 Indian Creek Drive
Miami Beach, Florida 33141
Attorney for Personal
RepresentaUve:
MICHAEL A DRIBIN. ESQ
CYPEN. CYPEN ft DRIBIN
P.O. Box 402099
Miami Beach. FL 33140
Telephone: (305) 532-3200
12361 November 14. 21. 1986
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JNF Dignitary Here From Israel For
The Jose Marti Forest Park Banquet
Continued from Pa (re 1-B
are planted each year in Israel.
"We add 25,000 dunain (2.500
nectars) for each new forest. Our
main goal now is the redemption
of the Negev. which comprises 50
percent of Israel's land but is 95
percent underpopulated. This was
the dream of David Ben-Gurion,
and we intend to fulfill it."
Another movement that
parallels the redemption of the
land is the redemption of the
Jewish people by a return to Zion,
or the Holy Land. Asked about the
future of the Zionist movement,
Dayan said that "even though the
past is very glorious, the present
is extremely sad. I believe in the
future of the Zionist movement.
There is no alternative to it in
Jewish life today. The problem is
not Zionist ideology it is Zionist
leadership."
DAYAN BELIEVES that
Zionist leadership today is not
powerful enough to influence the
daily process of Jewish life. It can-
not combat the materialism that
has filtered into contemporary
Jewish society. "A Zionist must
be an idealist and not a
bureaucrat," he said. "Zionist
leadership must be imbued with
spirit, vision, and above all
soul."
In a discussion of Yerida, or
Israeli emigration from Israel,
Dayan said that "Jewish settle-
ment in Israel has been plagued by


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Yerida since its inception, with no
end in sight. We cannot prevent
people from leaving Israel. Our
problem however, is not Yerida.
It is the lack of Aliya. immigra-
tion to Israel A weak Zionist
leadership equal* no Aliya. The
Jewish people have undying
curiosity for the unknown; hence,
they travel frequently and yearn
for new experiences and adven-
tures. "If we cannot eliminate
Yerida, the Israelis abroad should
at least work for Israel and not re-
main on the periphery of Jewish
life."
IN THE SAME vein. Dayan
stresses that Aliyak can only be
increased through a
consciousness-raising effort in the
Diaspora with an emphasis on
Jewish tradition, culture, educa-
tion and soul. He also advocates
an effort to decrease the
bureaucracy in Israel so the OUh
upon arrival will have a fighting
chance at adaptation and
acclimatization.
According to Dayan. Israel's
National Unity Government "is a
positive step forward for the na-
tion." He believes that the recent
change in Prime Ministers "will
have no effect on the function of
the Jewish National Fund"
because it is an apolitical
organization. Dayan added that
"every government in Israel is a
Zionist government, and all sup-
port our goals and projects."
Upon examination. South
Florida comes out a winner
reckoned in terms of the Jewish
National Fund. "Of all the
districts in the United States and
the world." said Dayan. "this
community, under the direction of
Zev W. Kogan. has been declared
a forerunner in financial, educa-
tional, traditional, and ideological
JNF goals.
Barry University To
Host Jewish-Christian
Lecture Series
The first in a series of three
Jewish-Christian lectures will be
held at Barry University. Sunday,
in the Andreas Building at 2 p.m.
Sister Carol Rittner. RSM. will
present a film and dialogue on
"The Courage to Care."
Sister Carol was the executive
producer, with Sandra Myers, of
the short documentary film about
non-Jews in the Holocaust. The
film was nominated for the
Academy Award in 1985.
The Mercy College of Detroit
professor and author is the ex-
ecutive director of the forthcom-
ing international conference on
non-Jewish victims of the Nazis,
to be sponsored by the Holocaust
Memorial Council in early 1987.
When a loss occurs
away from home.
SCHWARTZ BROTHERS
FOREST PARK CHAPEL, INC.
Here and in New York,
to assure swift and
understanding service
Dade County
532-20W
Broward County
532*2099
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New York: (Xtfl) Ml 7*Mi Wuerns Hlvd & 7hth Krl Final Hills. N Y
Philip Revitz
Passes
Philip Revitz, 66, of Carlsbad.
California passed away November
1 want especially to thank the 8. Mr. Reviti had been a long time
resident of Miami coming from
KING. Ah., of M*m, B*S|L
BARANCIK. Dr
Hnry
Jewish National Fund of South
Florida for creating the Latin
Division and for being pioneers in
the area," said Dayan. adding that
the Latin Division movement,
born in Miami, is now extending
to Tampa. Dallas. San Diego, and
even to Puerto Rico.
The Latin Division of the
Jewish National Fund is so vital to
Keren Kayemeth Leisrael because
the Hispanic population, both
Jewish and non-Jewish, is such a
significant and dynamic element
in our society and throughout the
world. Besides."' concluded
Dayan. "redemption of the Holy
Land is for all mankind."'
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Mr. Reviti was a member of
Temple Beth Am and many
Jewish organizations.
He is survived by his wife
Muriel; son. Ronald; daughter
Roberta (Sandy) Left of Miami.
Services were held at Temple
Beth Am.
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Foreclosure Sales Public Notices

NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SEBVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CDtCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Ciril Artiee Ne. 84-46323 (23)
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE:
THE MARRIAGE OF
JACOB GOLDMAN
Hijiibend, Petitioner
and
LUZ MARIA GOLDMAN
Wife/riespondent
TO. Lib Mam Goldman
621 NW 190 Street
Miami Florida
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that an action for
Dissolution of Marriage hat been
filed against you and you arc
required to serve s copy of your
written defenses, if any, to it on
MICHAEL P. CHASE, attorney
for Petitioner, whose addrsai is
16924 N.E. 19th Are.. North
Miami Beach. Florida 33162 and
file the original with the derk of
the shore styled court on or before
December 12. 1986; otherwise a
default will be entered against you
for the relief demanded in the
complaint or petition.
Thia notice shall be published
once esch week for four
consecutive weeks in THE
JEWISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my band and the seal
of said court at Miami. Florida on
this 7th day of November. 1966
RICHARD P BRJNKER
Ai Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By JENNIS L RUSSELL
Ai Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
MICHAEL P. CHASE
16984 N.E. 19th Ave.
North Miami Beach. FL 83162
Attorney for Petitioner
12866 November 14. 21. 28;
_______________December 6.1966
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
LN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IK
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Arties Ne. 66-46749
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: The Marriage of
SCOTT GRANT.
Petrtjoner/Huaband.
and
USA MARIE GRANT.
Respondent/Wife.
To USA MARIE GRANT
ADDRESS UNKNOWN
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 Irving
J. Whitman. Esquire, attorney for
Petitioner, whose sddrtes is 10661
North Kendall Drive. Suite 200.
Miami. Florida, and file the
original with the derk of the above
styled court on or before
December 5. 1986; otherwise s
default will be entered against you
for the relief demanded in the com-
plaint or petition.
This notice shall be published
once esch week for four con-
secutive weeks in THE JEWISH
FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal
i ot said court at Miami. Florida on
this 29 day of October. 1966.
RICHARD P BRJNKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dane County. Florida
By JENNIS L RUSSELL
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
Irving J. Whitman, Esquire
10661 North Kendall Drive
Suite 200
Miami. Florida 33176
Attorney for Petitioner
12334 November 7. 14.21;
________________________28.1986
NOTICE UNDER
ncrrnovs name law
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, deasnng to
Mm name of The Miami Mink
Co. at number 20710 Highland
Lake* Blvd.. in las City of Miami
Florida, intend to register the said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dads County, Florida
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 13
day at October, 1986
Roberta Gotfeb
Robert M Sehwarts
Attorney for Applicant
2O20NE 163rd St
Suite 300
North Miami Beach. FL 36162
12110 October 24, II.
November 7. 14. 1966
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Nsmher 664642
Dtvhttea 62
FW. Bar Ne. 666319
IN RE: ESTATE OF
BEVERLY R. STIEFEL.
Deceased
NOTICE
OF ADMINISTRATION
The administration of the estate
of BEVERLY R. STIEFEL.
deceased. File Number 86-6842. is
pending in the Circuit Court for
Dede County. Florida. Probate
Division, the address of which is 73
West Flsgler Street. Miami.
Florida 33130. The names and
addresses of the personsl
representative and the personal
representative's attorney are set
forth below.
All interested persons are
required to fits with this court.
WITHIN THREE MONTHS OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE: (1) all claims
against the estate and (2) any
objection by an interested person
on whom this notice was served
that challenges the validity of the
will, the qualifications of the
personsl 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 November 14. 1986.
Personal Represents tire:
JAY STIEFEL. ESQ.
1622 Locust Street
Philadelphia. PA 19103
Attorney for Personal
Representative:
NELSON A FELDMAN. PA.
1136 Kane Concourse
Bay Harbor Islands. FL 33164
Telephone: (806) 866-6716
12368 November 14.21.1966
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the urtderwarned. desiring to
engage in buetness under the fic-
titious name PARKER PAGE
GROUPst 111 N W 188St. Suite
614. Miami. Fl intends to register
said name with the Clark of the
Circuit Court of Dads County.
Florida
By: Harry Harfemst.
Sole Owner
Attorney for Parker Page Group
Antonio Torrent Jr.
Rnsssno, Torrent A Leyte-Vidal.
P.A.
701 S.W. 27 Ave.. Suite 626
Miami. Fl 38186
Telephone: (306) 641 2266
12324 October 31.
November 7.14.21. 1986
notice under
fictitious name law
notice 18 hereby given
that the underaarned. dsemng to
engage in btawneea under the
fictitious name SOUTHEAST
PRINTING SERVICES, at P.O.
Box 164966. Miami. Florida 33116,
intends to regiater said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida.
Southeast Printing Services, Inc.
Michael A. Frank
Attorney for Southeast Printing
Services. Inc.
12319 October 24.31;
November 7, 14. 1986
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 86-6613
I>itision 02
IN RE: ESTATE OF
VIVIAN TESSLER.
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING
CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
AGAINST THE ABOVE
ESTATE:
The administration of the estate
of VIVIAN TESSLER. deceased.
File Number 86-6013. is pending in
the Circuit Court for Dade County.
Florida, Probate Division, the ad-
dress of which is 73 West Flsgler
Street. Miami. Florida 33130. The
names and addresses of the per-
sonal representative and the per-
sonal representative's attorney are
set forth below.
All persons are required to file
with the clerk of this court.
WITHIN THREE CALENDAR
MONTHS OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE all claims against the
estate in the form and manner
prescribed by Section 733.703 of
the Florida Statutes and Rule
5.490 of The Florida Rules of Pro-
bste snd Gusrdisnship
Procedures.
ALL CLAIMS AND DEMANDS
NOT SO FILED WILL BE
FOREVER BARRED.
Publication of thia Notice has
begun on November 7, 1986.
Personal Representative:
IRWIN W SHIPPER
175 East 62nd Street
New York. New York 10022
Attorney for Personsl
Representative:
ROBERT M. HERMAN. ESQ.
2436 Hollywood Boulevard.
Suite 201
Hollywood. Florida 33020
Telephone: (306) 947-4011
12335 November 7. 14. 1986
NOTICE OF SALE
PURSUANT TO CHAPTER 46
tN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
C IRC UIT. IN AND FOR DADR
COUNTY. FLORIDA
GRNRRAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
casr no. 6 mm
SEC. M
SHOPPING PLAZA CORP..
Sacceeeer is interest te
TOTALBANK.s
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OP FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Actiaa Ne. II 11661 It
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF
CHOYCE 0. WIGGAN. wife.
and
IRVIN WIGGAN. husband
TO IRVING WIGGAN
1716 N. Edgewood St
Philadelphia. PA 19161
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that a petition for
Dissolution of Marriage has been
filed and commenced in this court
snd you are required to sta a
copy of your written defenses, if
any, to it on ARTHUR H.
LIPSON. attorney for Petitioner,
whose address is 801 Northeast
167 Street Miami. Florida 33162.
and file the original with the derk
of the above styled court on or
before December 29. 1986;
otherwise a default will be entered
against you for the relief prayed
for in the complaint or petition.
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of said court at Miami. Florida on
this 12th day of November. 1966.
RICHARD P BRJNKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dads County. Florida
By C.P. COPELAND
As Deputy Clark
(Circuit Court Seal)
12886 November 14. 21. 28. .
December 5. 1986 '
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
| Civil Aetiee Ne. 86-46614
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE:
SYLVIA LEVINE
and
HAROLD LEVINE
TO HAROLD LEVINE
Residence Unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY
NOTIFIED that an action for
Dissolution of Marriage has been
filed against you snd you are re-
quired to serve s copy of your writ-
ten defenses, if sny, to it on JOY
BARKAN. attorney for Petitioner,
whose address is 2020 N.E. 163rd
Street North Miami Beach.
Florida, and file the original with
the derk of the above styled court
on or before December 12. 1986:
otherwise s 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 6 day of November. 1986.
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By S BOBES
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
12352 November 14. 21. 28;
December 5. 1986
Plaintiffs)
ve.
CAPITAL NATIONAL INVEST-
MENT CORPORATION, et al.
DefendanOs)
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
pursuant to an Order or Final
Judgment entered in thia case now
pending in said Court, the style of
which is indicated above, I will sell
to the highest and best bidder for
cash on THE TWENTY THIRD
FLOOR of the Dade County Cour-
thouse in Miami, Dade County,
Florida at 11:00 o'dock A.M.. on
the Hat day of November. 1986.
the following described property:
PARCEL 1: Tract 1 ef REVISED
PLAT OF COMMEBCIAL
ORANGE GLADE, accermag te
waatwaw in Plat
47. at Page 76. ef the
ef Dene Canary.
PARCEL 2: The Sesrth 66 feat ef
Let 4. ef MAYWOOD. acswtwing
te the Plat thereof. rmrdii fat
Plat Seek 3. at Page 66. ef the
PwUk Records ef Dede Ceejrtv.
DATED the 30th day of Oe-
1986
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clark of Circuit Court
(Circuit Court Seal)
By V.Clark
Deputy Clerk
Attorney for Plaintiff
Law Offices ef Pedro R. Meaills
J. Alfredo De Armas
1401 B.W. First Street
SwttellO
Miami. FL 31135
Pubhahed 11/7-14
12848
NOTICE UNDER
Ficrmous name law
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, desiring to
engage in business under the fic-
titious name INTERAMERICAN
8ECURTTY SERVICES (ISS) at
810 NE 199th St. No. C 206.
North Miami Beach. Fionas. 38179
intends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida.
David Frank
FRANK. STRELKOW A GAY
Attorneys for Intersmerican
Security Services (ISS)
12812 October24.31;
November 7, 14. 1986
UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, desiring to
engage in business under the fic-
titious name FOODCRAFTERS
DISTRIBUTING CO.; FOOD
CRAFTERS DISTRIBUTING
COMPANY at 3400 NW. 67th
Street Miami. FL 33147 intends
to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
FINE DISTRIBUTING
CORPORATION
BY: IRVING FIEN.
PRESIDENT
LYNN W. FROMBERG
ESQUIRE
Attorney for FINE
DISTRIBUTING CORPORATION
12325 OctoberSl:
November 7,14.21.1986
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
CASE NO. 86-43266 CA-66
NOTICE OF ACTION
002461
GREAT FINANCIAL
FEDERAL.
Plaintiff
vs.
AUGUSTO ROSADO. et ux.. et
al..
Defendants.
TO: AUGUSTO ROSADO and
MYRNA ROSADO. his wife
12944 S. W. 48 Street
Miami, Florida 38176
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 88.
of the Public Records of
Dade County. Florida,
has been filed sgainst you snd you
are required to serve s copy of
your written defenses, if sny, to it
on Sheppard Faber. Attorney for
Plaintiff, whose address is Suite
214. 1570 Madruga Avenue. Coral
Gables. Florida 33146. on or before
November 28. 1986 and file the
original with the Clerk tf 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 this Court this 22nd day of
October. 1966.
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk of the Court
By DIANA CAMPBELL
As Deputy Clark
12323 OctoberSl;
November 7.14.21.1966
NOTICE UNDER
FlcnnOlIS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, desiring to
engage in awmmni under the fic-
titious name MENA SIGNS at
4613 SW 74 Ave Miami FL 38166
intends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida.
REIMUNDO MENA
4618 SW 74 AVE
MIAMI FL 33166
12316 October 24. :U.
November 7.14.1966
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT a. F<
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 8 5243
Division 01
IN RE:ESTATE OF
ZAHARATE S COMITOS
CO
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CII
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Pet
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NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
The administration of the
of ZAHARATE S. (ojint
pending in the Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida. Prol,
Division, the address of which n
West Flagler Street. Mis-
Florida 33130. The name, and,
dresses of the personal repre* I
tative and the personal repress
g* ,tton*y '<*
AD interested persons are r LI
quired to file with this com ^
WITHIN THREE MONTHS
THE FIRST PUBLICATION
THIS NOTICE: (1) all eamat*"
against the estate and (2l any ol '
jection by an interests person ti
whom notice was mailed Us !*?.'
challenges the validity of the *j *
the qualifications of the person ]JT
representative, venue, or jurmh
tion of the court our
ALL CLAIMS AND ORJEC ***
TIONSNOTSOFILFHWIILBI *"
FOREVER BARRED d"
Publication of this Notts] hi
begun on November 7. 1986.
Personal Representative ?!
L.S. Comitos
2905 S.W. 17th Street
Miami. Florida 83146
Attorney for Personal
Representative:
Paul R. Stanton
Wellisch. Metzger& Stanton. PA
161 Almeria Avenue. Suite 200-E
Telephone 305/445-7954
November 7.14. IftteK
K
NOTICE UNDER
Ficrmous name law
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, desiring to
engage in business under the
fictitious name TROPICAL
PROCESS SERVERS at P 0 Boi
145485. Coral Gables. Fiona.
33114. intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida.
DENISE ABAD
ROBERT ABAD
MELVIN J. ASHER
Attorney for Applicants
825 South Bayshore Drive
Suite 543
Miami. Florida 33131
Telephone: (305) 541 &S85
12336November 7. 14. 21, > 1986
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IN TUP cinriiT rniioT rvr
Friday, November 14, 1986/The Jewish Floridian Page 11-B
EREBY
action for
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
w IRE CIBCUiT COURT OF
TJB ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CBCiTT Of PLOBIDA. IN
\m FOR DADE COUNTY
S Artie* Nal H-OU1M
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MABBIAGE
FLORIDA BAB NO. a*9t75
S RE The Mamage ot
AVIER MAQUEDA.
Petitioner'Husband.
LAXI ROMERO.
(fcspondent/Wife.
0. sax) Romero
silt Bejar No. 43
urcelona. Spain
y 0 I' ARE H
I0T1FIED that an .
lasohioon of Marriage has been
led against you and you are re-
ared to serve a copy of your writ-
m defenses, if any. to it on Ana
Urtin LavieUe. Esq.. attorney for
Wooner. whoae address ta 1800
f lit Street. Suit* 324. Miami.
tonda 33135, and file the onfinaJ
nth the clerk of the above styled
,urt on or hefore Nov. 28. 1986.
(htrww a default will be entered
limit you for the relief demand
d hi the complaint or petition.
Thu notice ahall be publiahed
ocr each week for four con
Mcuave weeki in THE JEWISH
OORIDIAN
-WITNESS my hand and the aeal
I aid court at Miami. Florida on
hit 22 day of October. 1986
RICHARD P. BRISKER
Ai Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By T CASAMAYOR
At Deputy Clerk
fcircuit Court Seal)
uNA MARTIN LAVIELLE.
:sq
aw Offices of Rafael E. Padierne.
A
800 S W 1st Street. Suite 324
Lair.:. Florida 33135
106)649-5486
flornev for Petitioner
October 24.31;
November 7. 14. 1986
NOTICE OF ACTION
C0NSTRI CTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
I IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
1"HE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUT OF FLORIDA. IN
LSD FOR DADE COUNTY'
(Ml Action No. 86-42133 Sec.
20
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
S RE The Marriage of
EROY GEORGE.
i>end.
LARA MARIE GEORGE.

D Clara Mane George
10731 Scenic Highway
Biton Rouge. Louinana
Km
VOL ARE HEREBY NOTI
IED that an action for
tttoluti.T. of Marriage hat been
W against you and you are
Wed to serve a copy of your
"3") defenaes. if any. to it on
n H Miller. Esq.. attorney for
"ltioner. whoae addreaa is 10700
Blvd.. Suite 317. Miami.
>nda 33189. and file the original
lui the clerk of the above styled
~t on or before December 5.
t otherwise a default will be
rtd against you for the relief
landed ,n the complaint or
Mob
I>u notice shall be publiahed
" each week for four
P"?utlv' week in THE
WteH FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal
'w court at Miami. Florida on
u 30th day of October, 1986.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By DIANA CAMPBELL
As Deputy Clerk
** Court Seal)
* H Miller. Eaq.
"W Canboean Blvd.. Suite 317
"". Flonda 33189
"Phone (305)238-1080
"orney for Petitioner
""November 7. 14. 21, 28, 1986
Pln*TICE UNDEB
V'T'TIOUS NAME LAW
-NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
* undersigned, desiring to
***ge in business under the
*0uous name Fablmn p^ lt
^Arthur Godfrey Road, Miami
*. Florida 33139. intends to
Pter sari name with the Clerk
'"""ty. Florida.
Howard Fabian
ton- ^ Eut Brok*
October 24. 31.
November 7.14,1986
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
CASE NO. 86-26552 CA-15
NOTICE OF ACTION
002481
FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK.
AS TRUSTEE FOR THE
HOUSING FINANCE
AUTHORITY OF DADE
COUNTY, FLORIDA. UNDER A
TRUST INDENTURE DATED
AS OF SEPTEMBER 1. 1983.
Plaintiff
vs.
MIGDALIA PEREZ, et al..
Defendants
TO: MIGDALIA PEREZ
Residence Unknown
If alive, and if dead, all
parties claiming interest by,
through, under or against
MIGDALIA PEREZ, and all
parties having or claiming to
have any right, title or
interest in the property
herein described
You are hereby notified that an
action to foreclose a mortgage on
the following property in DADE
County. Flonda:
Unit 4. CONQUISTADOR
PARK CONDOMINIUM
PHASE I. according to the
Declaration of Condominium
thereof, as recorded in
Official Records Book 11963,
Page 496. of the Public
Records of Dade County.
Florida
has been filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of
your written defenaes, if any. to it
on Sheppard Faber. Attorney for
Plaintiff, whoae address is Suite
214, 1570 Madruga Avenue. Coral
Gables. Florida 33146, on or before
December 5, 1986. and file the
original with the clerk of this court
either before service on Plaintiffs
attorney or immediately
thereafter, otherwise a default will
be entered against you for the
relief demanded in the complaint.
WITNESS my hand and the aeal
of this court this 31st day of
October, 1986
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk of the Court
By VICTOR M. BORRERO
As Deputy Clerk
12841 November 7. 14. 21. 28. 1986
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
CASE No. 85-43960 (CA 10)
NOTICE OF ACTION
FLAGLER FEDERAL SAVINGS
AND LOAN ASSOCIATION
OF MIAMI,
a United States Corporation.
Plaintiff.
vs.
AGUSTIN DOMINGUEZ and
CARMEN DOMINGUEZ.
hia wife.
Defendant*
TO: AGUSTIN DOMINGUEZ
and CARMEN DOMINGUEZ.
hia wife. Reaidence unknown, if
they are living or if they are
dead, to all parties claiming in-
terest by. through, under or
against the said AGUSTIN
DOMINGUEZ and CARMEN
DOMINGUEZ, and all other
partiea having or claiming to
have any right, title or interest
in the property herein
described.
YOU ARE NOTIFIED, that an
action to forecloae a mortgage on
the following described property in
Dade County. Florida:
Unit 4-4-B. of WEST
GABLES ESTATES CON-
DOMINIUM NO. 4/4. accor
ding to the Declaration of
Condominium thereof, aa
recorded in Official Records
Book 9877. at Page 859. of
the Public Records of Dade
County, Florida
has been filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of
your written defenaes. if any, to it
on Keith, Mack. Lewis and Allison,
Plaintiff's attorneys, whoae ad-
dreaa is 111 N.E. 1st Street.
Miami. Florida 33132. on or before
December 5. 1986. and file the
original with the Clerk of this
Court either before service on
Plaintiff s attorneys or immediate
ly thereafter, otherwise, a default
will be entered against you for the
relief demanded in the Complaint
WITNESS my hand and seal of
this Court on the 29 day of Oc-
tober. 1986
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk of the Court
By V1CTOB M BORRERO
Deputy Clerk
1 Bafl November 7.14.21.
28.1986
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
CASE NO. 86-44710-04
NOTICE OF 8UIT
MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE
347183
SOPHIE JACOBS.
Plaintiff,
vs.
MOSHE LAHAV and JASON ,
MANAGEMENT. INC..
Defendants
YOU. MOSHE LAHAV,
reaidence unknown, are hereby
notified that a Complaint to
forecloae certain mortgages on the
following described property to
wit:
Unit No. 204. TALL TREES
CONDOMINIUM, a
Condominium according to
the Declaration of
Condominium, as recorded in
Official Records Book 7933 at
Page 909 of the Public
Records of Dade County.
Flonda.
has been filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of
your Answer or Pleading to the
Complaint on the Plaintiffs
attorney. BERNARD BOBER.
ESQUIRE. Leff Peeetaky A Zack.
PA., 1367 N.E. 162nd Street.
North Miami Beach. Florida
33162. Telephone (305) 945-7501.
and file the original Answer or
Pleadings in the office of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court on or before
the 5th day of December, 1986. If
you fail to do so. judgment by
default will be taken against you
for the relief demanded in the
Complaint
THIS NOTICE shall be
publiahed once each week for four
consecutive weeks in the JEWISH
FLORIDIAN
DONE AND ORDERED at
Miami. Florida, this 29th day of
October, 1986
RICHARD P. BRINKER. Clerk
Circuit Court, Dade County.
Florida
By: C P. COPELAND
BERNARD BOBER. ESQUIRE
Leff Peeetaky A Zack. PA.
Attorneys for Plaintiff
1367 N.E 162nd Street
North Miami Beach. FL 33162
Telephone: (305) 945-7501
12328 October 31;
November 7, 14, 21, 1986
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Naaaber 86-5048
Division 04
IN RE ESTATE OF
RAE HAMMERMAN.
Deceased
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
The administration of the estate
of Rae Hammerman, deceased.
File Number 86-5058. is pending in
the Circuit Court for Dade County.
Florida. Probate Diviaion. the ad
dress of which is 73 West Flagter
Street. Miami. Florida 33130. The
names and addresses of the per
aortal representative and the per-
sonal representative's attorney are
set forth below.
All interested persona 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 Una Notice has
begun on November 7. 1986.
Personal Representative:
IRVTNG CYPEN
825 Arthur Godfrey Road
Miami Beach. Florida 33140
Attorney for Personal
Representative:
MICHAEL A DRIBIN
825 Arthur Godfrey Road
Miami Beach. Florida 33140
Telephone: (306) 532-3200
12344 November 7. 14. 1986
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, desiring to
engage in business under the
fictitious name EQUIDEBT
FINANCIAL GBOUP. INC
D/B/A EMSI CORP.. at 2600 E
Hsllandale Beach Blvd..
Hauandale. Florida 33009, intends
to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
Gabriel Shantaa
12318 October 24.31;
November 7. 14, 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 Aetiea No. 84-34187 CA 18
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN RE:
OSCAR E THOMPSON,
Plaintiff,
vs.
POST LOAN CO. and
CHARLES E CURRY,
a Bondsman,
Defendants
TO: POST LOAN CO.
Last Known Address
5998 N.W. 7th Avenue
Miami. FL.
YOU ARE HEREBY
NOTIFIED that an action for
Complaint to Quiet Title has been
filed against you and you are re-
quired to served a copy of your
written defenses, if any, to it on
STANLEY M NEW MARK, at-
torney for petitioner, whose ad-
dress is 9400 South Dadeland
Boulevard, Suite 300, Miami. FL
33156. and file the original with
the clerk of the above styled court
on or before December 12. 1986;
otherwise a default will be entered
sgainst you for the relief demand
ed in the complaint or petition.
This notice ahall be publiahed
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 4 day of November. 1986.
RICHARD P BRINKER
Aa Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By Victor M Borrero
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
STANLEY M. NEWMARK.
ESQUIRE
9400 S. Dadeland Blvd.
Suite 300
Miami. FL 33156
Attorney for Petitioner
Telephone: (306) 665-9775
1234* November 7, 14,21;
28.1986
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(Proeerty)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
Civil Aetiea No. 86-44248 (20
AMERICAN BRIESS CORPORA
TION AND CEREAL PRO-
DUCTS CORPORATION,
Plaintiffs,
vs
CERVECERIA REGIONAL,
CA.
Defendant
ACTION FOR DAMAGES AND
ATTACHMENT OF PROPERTY
WITHIN THE JURISDICTION
OF THE COURT
TO: CERVECERIA
REGIONAL. C.A..
A venida 17
Nr. 112-113
Los Haticos
4001 Maricaibo.
Venezuela
YOU ARE HEREBY
NOTIFIED that an Action for
Damages and Attachment of Pro-
perty within the Jurisdiction of the
Court to wit Three Hundred
Twenty One Thousand Six Hun-
dred Eighty Five and 28/100
($321,685.28) U.S. Dollars owned
by Cerveceria C.A.. in an account
in the possession of Bankers Trust
International. 1 Biacayne Tower,
Suite 2300, Miami. Florida, has
been filed against you and you are
required to aerve a copy of your
written defenses, if any, to it on
Silver and Silver attorney for the
Plaintiff, whose addreaa is 150
S.E. 2nd Avenue, Suite 1326,
Miami. Florida 33131. and file the
original with the dark of the above
styled court on or before
December 12. 1986. otherwise a
default will be entered against you
for the relief demanded in the
complaint.
This noOce ahall 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 4 day of November. 1986.
RICHARD P BBINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Flonda
By Victor M Borrero
As Deputy Clerk
IraS Silver
Attorney for Plaintiff
150 S.E. 2nd Avenue
Suite 1326
Miami. Florida 33131
Telephone (306) 374-4888
12348
November 7. 14. 21. 28, 1986
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
File Number: 86-31416
Division' 18
Florida Bar No. 210889
NOTICE OF ACTION
DONALD N APPLEBAUM.
Plaintiff,
vs.
GUENTHER J. SCHINAGL and
THOMASJ SCHINAGL.
Defendants.
TO: Guenther J Schinagl and
Thomas J Schinagl
A4690 36, Austria
YOU ARE HEREBY
NOTIFIED that an action to
Foreclose two Mortgages recorded
on June 14. 1983. in O.R. Book
12541. Page 550. and at Page 553.
of the Public Records of Dade
County. Flonda. has been filed
against all known and unknown in-
terested parties. Said Mortgage
was recorded against the following
described real property, to wit:
Lot 6. Block 44. of Ocean
Beach Addition No. 3, accor-
ding tot he Plat thereof,
recorded in Plat Book 2. Page
8. of the Public Records of
Dade County. Florida.
As an interested party with some
claim in this action, you are re-
quired to serve a copy of your writ-
ten defenaes, if any. to it on
ABRAHAM A. GALBUT. ES-
QUIRE. Plaintiff's attorney,
whose address is 999 Washington
Avenue. Miami Beach, Florida
33139, on or before December 5.
1986. and file the original with the
Clerk of this Court either before
service on Plaintiffs Attorney of
immediately thereafter; otherwise,
a default will be entered against
you for the relief demanded in the
Complaint.
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk of the circuit Court
By: DIANA CAMPBELL
Deputy Clerk
Dated this 27th day of October,
1986.
12327 October 31;
November 7. 14,21.1986
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Naaaber 86-5414
Division 0)2
IN RE: ESTATE OF
BURGHARD STEINER
Deceased
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
The administration of the estate
of BURGHARD STEINER.
deceased. File Number 86-5616, is
pending in the Circuit Court for
Dade County. Flonda. Probate
Division, the address of which is 73
West Fiagler Street. Miami,
Florida 33130. The names and ad-
dresses of the personal represen-
tative and the personal represen-
tative's attorney are set forth
below.
All interested persons are re-
quired to file with this court,
WITHIN THREE MONTHS OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE: (1) 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 November 7. 1986.
CURATOR
ABRAHAM A. GALBUT
GALBUT. GALBUT 4 MENIN
999 Washington Avenue
Miami Beach. Flonda 33139
Attorney for Personal
Representative:
MARTIN W. WASSERMAN
GALBUT, GALBUT A MENIN
999 Washington Avenue
Miami Beach. Flonda 33139
Telephone: (305) 672-3100
Florida Bar No. 210889
12347 November 7. 14. 1986
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, desiring to
engage in Isssiniias under the
fictitious name PHOENIX LrNEN
SUPPLY, at 1509 Shenandoah St..
Hollywood. Florida 33020, intends
to register said name with the
Clark of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida-
PHOENIX LAUNDBY CORP
Michael A. Frank
Attorney for PHOENIX
LAUNDRY CORP
12320 October 24.31;
November 7. 14, 1986
IN THE CIRCUIT COUBT FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Naaaber 84 6243
Divtsioa 01
IN RE:ESTATE OF
ZAHARATE S COMITOS
Deceased
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
The administration of the estau-
of ZAHARATE S. COMITOS
deceased. File Number 86-5243, is
pending in the Circuit Court for
Dade County, Florida, Probato
Diviaion, the address of which is 73
West Fiagler Street. Miami
Florida 33130 The names and ad
dresses of the personal represer,
tative and the personal repreaen
tative's attorney are set forth
below
All interested persons are re
quired to file with this court
WTTHIN THREE MONTHS OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE: (1) all claim
against the estate and (2) any ob-
jection by an interested person to
whom notice was mailed that
challenges the validity of the will,
the qualifications of the personal
representative, venue, or jurisdic-
tion of the court.
ALL CLAIMS AND OBJEC
TIONS NOT SO FILED WILL BE
FOREVER BARRED.
Publication of this Notice has
begun on November 7. 1986.
Personal Representative:
L.S. Comitos
2906 S.W. 17th Street
Miami. Florida 33146
Attorney for Personal
Representative
Paul R. Stanton
WeUisch. Metxger A Stanton. P.A.
161 Almeria Avenue. Suite 200-F
Coral Gables Fl 33134
Telephone: 306/446-7964
12332 November 7, 14, 1986
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Naaaber 86-5216
Division 03
IN RE: ESTATE OF
HARRY REISS,
Deceased
NOTICE
OF ADMINISTRATION
The administration of the estate
of HARRY RLISS deceased. File
Number 86-5216. is pending in the
Circuit Court for Iiade County.
Flonda. Probate Invision, the
address of which is 73 West
Fiagler Street, Miami. Florida
33130 The names and addresses
of the personal repn M-itative and
the personal rei-fentative's
attorney are set forth nelow.
All interested persons are
required to file wit) this court,
WITHIN THREE MONTHS OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE: 1) all claims
against the estate and (2) any
objection by an interested person
on whom this notj.-e 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 November 7, 1986.
Personal Representative:
LOUIS REISS
Apt BD
240 Collins Avenue
Miami Beach. Florida 33139
Attorney for Personal
Representative:
HYMAN P. GALBUT
999 Washington Avenue
Miami Beach. Florida 33139
Telephone: (806) I 3100
13341 November 7, 14. 1986
NOTICE UNDER
Ficrmous name law
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersign^, desiring to
engage in business ;:nder the fic-
titious name HAPPY FIESTA
PARTY PLANNING at 8650 W.
Fiagler Street. Buita 112B. Miami,
Flonda 33144 intend to register
said name with tha Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
Eusebio K ra
12346 November 7,14. 21;
28.1966
NOTICE UNDER
FICTmOU8 NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, desiring to
engage in business under the
fictitious name Jim Dooley Travel
at 7287 Red Road, South Miami.
Fla intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County, Florida
Travel Planners, Inc.
Marvin I. Moss
Attorney for Travel Planners, Inc.
123S9 November 7.14,
21.28, 1986


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Page 12-B The Jewish rToridian/Friday. November 14. 1986
JNF Dignitary Here From Israel For
The Jose Marti Forest Park Banquet
I ontinaed trom Pmgt 1-B
arc planted each year in Israel.
"We add 25.000 dunam (2.500
nectars) for each new forest. Our
main goal now is the redemption
of the Negev. which comprises 50
percent of Israel's land but is 95
percent underpopulated. This was
the dream of David Ben-Ourion.
and we intend to fulfill it.
Another movement that
parallels the redemption of the
land is the redemption of the
Jewish people by a return to Zion.
or the Holy Land Asked about the
future of the Zionist movement.
Dayan said that "even though the
past is very gionous. the present
is extremely sad. I believe in the
future of the Zionist movement
There is no alternative to it in
Jewish life today The problem is
not Zionist ideology it is Zionist
leadership.-'
DAYAN BELIEVES that
Zionist leadership today is not
powerful enough to influence the
daily process of Jewish life. It can-
not combat the materialism that
has filtered into contemporary
Jewish society. "A Zionist must
be an idealist and not a
bureaucrat," he said. "Zionist
Itadership must be imbued with
spirit, vision, and above all
soul."
In s discussion of Ymda, or
Israeli emigration from Israel.
Dayan said that 'Jewish settle-
ment in Israei has been plagued by

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Ymda since its inception, with no
end in sight. We cannot prevent
people from leaving Israel. Our
problem however, is not Yerida.
It is the lack of Aliya. immigra-
tion to Israel. A weak Zionist
leadership equals no A/tya. The
Jewish people have undying
curiosity for the unknown; hence,
they travel frequently and yearn
for new experiences and adven-
tures. "If we cannot eliminate
Ymda, the Israelis abroad should
at least work for Israel and not re-
main on the penpherv of Jewish
life."
IN THE SAME vein. Dayan
stresses that Aliyak can only be
increased through a
consciousness-raising effort in the
Diaspora with an emphasis on
Jewish tradition, culture, educa
Don and soul. He also advocates
an effort to decrease the
bureaucracy in Israel so the Olek
upon arrival will have a fighting
chance at adaptation and
acclimatization.
According to Dayan. Israel's
National Unity Government "is a
positive step forward for the na-
tion." He believes that the recent
change in Prune Ministers "will
have no effect on the function of
the Jewish National Fund"
because it is an apolitical
organization. Dayan added that
"every government in Israel is a
Zionist government, and all sup-
port our goals and projects."
Upon examination. South
Florida comes out a winner
reckoned in terms of the Jewish
National Fund. "Of all the
districts in the United States and
the world." said Dayan. "this
community, under the direction of
Zev W Kogan. has been declared
a forerunner in financial, educa-
tional, traditional, and ideological
JNF goals.
Barry University To
Host Jewish-Christian
Lecture Series
The first in a series of three
Jewish-Christian lectures will be
held at Barry University, Sunday,
in the Andreas Building at 2 p.m.
Sister Carol Rittner. RSM. will
present a film and dialogue on
"The Courage to Care."
Sister Carol was the executive
producer, with Sandra Myers, of
the short documentary film about
non-Jews in the Holocaust. The
film was nominated for the
Academy Award in 1985.
The Mercy College of Detroit
professor and author is the ex-
ecutive director of the forthcom-
ing international conference on
non-Jewish victims of the Nazis.
to be sponsored by the Holocaust
Memorial Council in early 1987.
When a loss occurs
away from home
simmy brothers
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Jewish National Fund of South
Florida for creating the Latin
Division and for being pioneers in
the area." said Dayan. adding that
the Latin Division movement,
born in Miami, is now extending
to Tampa. Dallas. San Diego, and
even to Puerto Rico.
"The Latin Division of the
Jewish National Fund is so vital to
Keren Kayemeth Leisrael because
the Hispanic population, both
Jewish and non-Jewish, is such a
significant and dynamic element
in our society and throughout the
world. Besides. concluded
Dayan. "redemption of the Holy
Land is for all mankind."
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Philip Revitz
Passes
Philip Revitx. 66. of Carlsbad.
California passed away November
8. Mr. Revitz had been a long time
resident of Miami coming from
Chicago.
Mr. Revitz was a member of
Temple Beth Am and many
Jewish organizations.
He is survived by his wife
Muriel: son. Ronald: daughter
Roberta (Sandy) Leff of Miami.
Services were held at Temple
Beth Am.
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Simon Wiesenthal Center To
Establish Miami Office
Berkowitz Joins Rosenthal And Yarchin
he Simon Wiesenthal Center,
,its North American member-
E) of over 340,000 families, has
pointed Robert Novak to head
Upcoming Miami office. Novak
mes to the Center from the
(utheastern College of
teopathic Medicine in North
mi Beach, where he served as
College's first Director of
tvelopment.
In addition to its Miami office.
Wiesenthal Center, which is
^quartered in Los Angeles,
maintains offices in New
i. Chicago. Toronto, and most
n'tly Israel. The Center's new
_lem office was created to
ardinate vital research on Nazi
criminals.
he Center, established in 1977,
I become the largest institution
its kind in North America
iicated to the study of the
ilocaust. its contemporary im-
Uions and related human
rhts issues. Sustaining a
srous social action agenda, the
fiter addresses a wide range of
Legal Notices
|IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Niabtt M-47S4
Diviaioa 04
jn re estate of
Phyllis neustadter.
Deceased
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
Thf administration of the estate
' PHYLLIS NEUSTADTER,
ML t File Number 86-4754, is
ending in the Cimiit Court for
Pade 'aunty Florida. Probate
Um addreaa of which is 73
Flagler Street. Miami.
Florida The names and addresses
^f \hr iT personal representative s at-
nrne> *rr set forth below.
Aii interested persons are re-
ared lo file with this court.
b'ITHIN THREE MONTHS OF
IF FIRST PUBLICATION OF
HS NOTICE ill all claims
M ths >*8tale and (2) any otv
on by an interested person on
?horr. 'Jiim notice wa* served that
illen^vs the validity of the will,
luahficationa of the personal
enlative venue, or junsdw
of the court
ILL CLAIMS AND OBJEi
* INS M IT St) FILED WILL BE
ORF.VF.R BARRED
PuNn-aUon of this Notice has
run on November 14. 1986
Personal Representative
MURRAY NEUSTADTER
l-eff Pesetakv A
Zack. P A
1367 N E 162nd Street
Mo Miami Beach. Fla S3162
Ittornrv for Personal
presentative
nun I Leff, Esq
Leff Pesetsky A Zack. P A
|36" N E 162nd Street
Jjo Miami Beach. Fla. 33162
JViephone (306) 946-7501
November 14. 21, 1986
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
BADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
Pj RE The runup of:
"FRANCOIS AUGUSTIN
Peti tii iner'husband
'ARIELLE AUGUSTIN
Respondent/wife
y MARIELLE AUGUSTIN
Residence Unknown
VOU MARIELLE AUGUSTIN.
cadence unknown, are required
I file your answer to the petition
>r dissolution of marriage with
'"k-rk of the above Court and
rve 0()py u^pof upon ^ ^
Joner i attorneys, Ut Office of
h ,mMAN CHEN & ROBERT S
P'HFN 622 S.W. 1st. Street.
*mi. Fla 33130, on or before
Member 12. 1986, or else petition
fill he confeased.
I WitneM my fa^ and gg^j 0f tiyg
girt, at Mu^y rj^ County.
"""da. this November 6. 1986
RICHARD P BRINKER
'lerk. Circuit Court
Bl Deputy Clerk
November 14. 21. 28;
December 6. 1986
issues, including prosecution ot
Nazi war criminals. anti-
Semitism, contemporary attitudes
of intolerance and bigotry, ter-
rorism and genocide
To develop programs and active
membership in the Miami area.
Robert Novak will assume the
position of Director of
Development.
Torah Awards
Breakfast At Young
Israel Of Sunny Isles
The Young Israel of Sunny Isles
will sponsor a Torah Awards
Breakfast on Sunday morning at 9
a.m. in the synagogue according
to Hillel Price, president.
Rabbi Rubin R. Dobin. Spiritual
Leader of the Young Israel will
present the members of the Con-
gregation to be honored and will
deliver a talk on the theme:
"Jewish Leadership in a Troubled
World."
Those honored for their ex-
emplary service to the Synagogue
will be Jonas Roth. Jack
Benkosus. David Liss, Yossie
Azulai and Miguel Kostovetsky.
Golf Classic To Benefit
Parkinson Foundation
The National Parkinson Foun-
dation and Golden Years
Magazine have joined forces to
present the Golden Years
Magazine/National Parkinson
Foundation Golf Classic on Thurs-
day. Nov. 20 at the Miami Lakes
Golf Resort Funds raised will
benefit the research, treatment,
therapy and rehabilitation pro-
grams of the Foundation.
Ed Harris is the chairman of the
event for the second year
Business
Note
Attorney Benjamin S.
Schwartz, a partner in the firm of
Fine Jacohsor. Schwartz Nash
Block and England. PA. left Nov
7 for England and Scotland on a
South Florida Initiative mission in
an ongoing effort to attract inter
national trade and investment to
the South Florida Area.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Naaaber 86-5925
Division 04
IN RE ESTATE OF
ROSE APPLEBY
Deceased
NOTICE
OF ADMINISTRATION
The administration of the estate
of ROSE APPLEBY deceased.
File Number 86 5925. is pending in
the Circuit Court for Dade County.
Florida. Probate Division, the
address of which is 73 West
Hairier Street, Miami. Florida
33130. The names and addreaaes
of the personal representative and
the personal representative's
attorney are set forth below
All interested persons are
required to file with this court.
WITHIN THREE MONTHS OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE: (1) all claims
against the estate and (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 November 7. 1986
Personal Representative
THEODORE R NELSON
1135 Kane Concourse
Bay Harbor Islands. FL 33154
Attorney for Personal
Representative:
NELSON AND FELDMAN, PA.
1136 Kane Concourse
Bay Harbor Islanda, FL 33154
Telephone (305) 865 6716
12338 November 7. 14. 1986
A law firm noted for its growth
and community involvement has
added to its ranks one of South
Florida's civicly active lawyers
Rosenthal and Yarchin has been
joined by Jeffrey L. Berkowitz.
who will be of counsel to the firm.
Berkowitz's civic activities reflect
his commitment to Miami and his
stature within the community.
He was founding executive
director of the Metro-Dade Coun-
ty Independent Review Panel,
which has fostered a closer rap-
port between government and
Dade residents.
Berkowitz's other major affilia-
tions include:
People for the American Way;
national board of directors.
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion; board of directors.
American-Israel Public Affairs
Committee (AIPAC) national
board of directors.
Also B'nai B'rith; Southeast
regional board of directors.
Chairman Community Relations
Committee of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation and chairman
of the board of governors of South
Dade Jewish Community Center.
Chairman National Leaders
Forum. Greater Miami Chamber
of Commerce.
Berkowitz also was the recipient
of the 1984 President's Leader
ship Award of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation.
"Mr. Berkowitz's ties to this ci-
ty and his ability to care for its
citizens are just as important as
his skill as an attorney." said Alan
Rosenthal, senior partner of
Rosenthal and Yarchin. "To prac-
tice law effectively, an attorney
must be intimately connected with
the community in which he
practices "
Berkowitz emphasized that he
chose to join Rosenthal and Yar
chin because the firm's attorneys
share his fervent interest in the
development of Miami as a global
financial and cultural center.
A Law Review graduate of the
University of Miami Law School.
Berkowitz also is president of
Coconut Grove-based Berkowitz
Development Group, which has
developed four major commercial
properties on North Kendall
Drive.
"My background in real estate
provides me with the practical
knowledge and understanding to
benefit Rosenthal and Yarchin's
burgeoning commerical and real
estate practice." Berkowitz said.
That growing practice was
formed in May 1985 when Rosen-
thal teamed up with Barry S. Yar
chin. The two attorneys knew
each other from B'nai B'rith
athletic teams, and had grown to
respect each other's professional
skills. Berkowitz, who then had
his own law firm, also was active
on the teams.
The firm's rapid expansion over
the last 18 months is reflected by
the addition of two associates:
Mindy C. Funk, a graduate of the
National Law Center at George
Washington University; and
David R. Webster, a graduate of
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, deaihng to
engage in business under the fie
uuous name FOODCRAFTERS
DISTRIBUTING CO. FOOD
CRAFTERS DISTRIBUTING
COMPANY at 3400 N.W. 67th
Street, Miami. FL 3S147 intends
to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida
FINE DISTRIBUTING
CORPORATION
BY: IRVING F1EN.
PRESIDENT
LYNN W FROMBERG.
ESQUIRE
Attorney for FINE
DISTRIBUTING CORPORATION
12325 October 31;
November 7.14.21
Barry Yarchin. Jeffrey Berkowitz, and Alan Rosenthal.
the Duke University School of
Law.
The firm's corporate clients cur-
rently include Southeast Bank.
Terremark. Inc.; Stockton.
Whatley. Davin and Company;
United National Bank of Miami;
National Mortgage Company: and
Lincoln Service Corporation.
Attorney Rosenthal was born in
Miami, attended Cornell Universi-
ty, and received his law degree
from the University of Miami His
family has pioneer roots in Miami,
and Rosenthal has distinguished
himself through civic in-
volvements. The attorney's family
came to Miami at the turn of the
century, and now numbers about
250 people in South Florida, in-
cluding his prominent father,
Herschel Rosenthal. president of
Flagler Federal Savings and
Loan.
Rosenthal specializes in civil
litigation, governmental affairs
and media law. He is former vice
chairman of the Metro-Dade
County Independent Review
Panel and he currently serves as
special counsel to the City of
Miami Code Enforcement Board.
A member of the American Bar
Association Communications Law
Forum and the Florida Bar Media
and Communications Law Com-
mittee. Rosenthal has authored
numerous articles on media law
and First Amendment issues.
Rosenthal and Yarchin's com-
munications clients include
WTVJ-Channel 4. WSCV-
Channel 51. WCIX-Channel 6. and
the firm has represented The
Miami Herald on various matters.
Rosenthal's civic activities also
have carried him to national pro-
minence. His 18 years of work
with the March of Dimes, beginn-
ing in 1968 as the local teen chair-
man, has resulted in his appoint-
ment to the charity's national
board of trustees.
Real estate and commercial
practice are managing partner
Yarchin's specialties. He also is a
licensed real estate broker and
AFFIDAVIT UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME STATUTE
STATE OF FLORIDA
SS
COUNTY OF DADE
The undersigned, under oath,
ays: It is the intention of the
undersigned to engage in a
business enterprise under the
fictitious name of M B.R
Industries and MB R located at
4600 NW 128th Street Road. Opa
Locka. FL 33064 in the City of
Miami. Dade County. Florida
Those interested in said
enterprise, and the extent of the
interest of each, is aa follows:
MB R Industries. Inc.,
100 percent
12364 November 14. 21. 28.
December 5. 1986
mortgage broker.
A native of New Bedford, Yar-
chin earned his bachelor's degree
in economics from Boston Univer-
sity and his law degree from the
University of Miami He, too. has
been active in community affairs,
and currently serves as president
of Hillel Foundation of Greater
Miami, and is a member of the
board of directors of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation.
Yarchin feels that his real estate
practice benefits from his strong
business orientation coupled with
his legal skills.
"The real estate industry here is
an exciting one. but it is filled with
many dangers." Yarchin said.
"Our objective is to supply much
more than routine legal support to
lenders and developers. We strive
to provide informed counsel on
structuring real estate oppor-
tunities and on achieving max-
imum profits within the
framework of quality develop-
ment. Our work with developers
and financial institutions com-
bines our legal background with
business acumen and knowledge
of the South Florida community."
DM THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Naaaber M-4273
Diviaiea 01
IN RE ESTATE OF
WILLIAM POLAN.
Deceased
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
The administration of the estate
of WILLIAM POLAN. deceased.
File Number 86-6273. is pending in
the Circuit Court for Dade County.
Florida, Probate Division, the ad-
dreaa of which is 73 West Flagler
Street. Miami Florida 33130 The
names and addreaaes of the per-
sonal representative and the per-
sonal representative's attorney are
set forth below.
All interested persons are re-
quired to file with this court,
WITHIN THREE MONTHS OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE: (1) all claims
against the estate and (2) any ob-
jection by an interested person on
whom this notice was served that
challenges the validity of the will,
the qualifications of Uw personal
representative, venue, or jurisdic-
tion of the court.
ALL CLAIMS AND OBJ EC
TIONS NOT SO FILED WILL BE
FOREVER BARRED
Publication of this Notice ha>
begun on November 14, 1986.
Personal Representative
IRENE MARIE POLAN
6770 Indian Creek Drive
Miami Beach. Florida 33141
Attorney for Personal
Representative:
MICHAEL A DRIBIN. ESQ.
CYPEN. CYPEN & DRIBIN
P.O. Box 402099
Miami Beach. FL 33140
Telephone: (305) 532-3200
12S51 November 14. 21. 1986


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