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Vol.60No. 23
Miami Friday, Juno 5,1987
50 Cents
' HILDREN OF 1Z1EU: Jewish children pose for a souvenir
napakol in 1HS at the children's home in Izieu, east ofLyon. The
"undup of these children is one of the main charges against Nazi
AP/Wide World Photo
war criminal Klaus Barbie now standing trial in Lyon. Of the i*J*
children and seven adults arrested and deported in 19U, only one
person survived.
Barbie Trial
Won't Solve Mystery of Who Squealed on Kids
By EDWIN EYTAN
I YON (JTA) A 43-year-
"i trial of Klaus Barbie last week
is witnesses testified about
the arrest and deportation to
i'iith camps of 44 Jewish
iiiren sheltered at a former
summer camp in the village of
Izieu, near Lyon, in April
1944.
The youngest was five, the
dest 17. All perished, as did
the six adults arrested with
them. Barbie, the wartime
iM'stapo chief in the Lyon
iistrict, is accused of having
ordered the arrests and. accor-
ding to one witness, was at the
railroad station to watch the
children herded into boxcars
for Auschwitz.
But none of the witnesses
could answer the question
which has puzzled French
authorities for more than four
decades: Who denounced the
children to the Gestapo?
BARBIE WAS not in the
prisoner's dock last Wednes-
day (May 27). After being
brought to court under protest
the day before to be formally
identified by six witnesses, he
was returned to St. Joseph
Prison, where he intends to re-
main for the duration of the
trial. French law allows defen-
dants to be absent from court.
Barbie claimed that right on
May 13. the second day of his
trial.
The four witnesses who ap-
peared recalled that on April
Continued on Page 3-A
State Dept
Hopes
Pollard Case
Will End
Espionage
By DAVID FRIEDMAN
WASHINGTON (JTA) -
The State Department has ex-
pressed the hope that the
reports issued at the conclu-
sion of two official Israeli in-
vestigations into the case of
Jonathan Pollard will prevent
any further spying by Israel on
the United States.
"We hope that these reports
will contribute to the ensuring
that espionage activities like
Pollard never occur again,"
Phyllis Oakley, a State Depart-
ment spokesperson, said.
Oakley said the U.S. had "no
specific comments to offer" on
the reports issued by a
Knesset intelligence subcom-
mittee, headed by Labor MK
Abba Eban, and a
government-appointed com-
mittee, made up of Zvi Tsur, a
former Chief of Staff, and
Yehoshua Rotenstreich. a pro-
minent Tel Aviv lawyer. She
noted that the U.S. had not
seen the official findings, only
the reports in the press.
"THE RESPONSIBILITY
for following up the conclu-
sions of these reports lies with
the government of Israel,"
Oakley said.
The findings of the in-
Continued on Page 6-A
Shin Bet Slam
Will It Encourage New
Rounds of Terror?
By HUGH ORGEL
TEL AVIV (JTA) The
Supreme Court's condemna-
tion of methods used by the
Shin Bet to obtain confessions
has resulted in widespread
reproach for the top secret
security agency which some of
its operatives fear will only en-
courage terrorists.
The court offered its
criticism in a ruling which
overturned the 1981 convic-
tion of former Israel Defense
Force officer Izat Nafsu, who
was serving an 18-year prison
sentence for espionage and
treason. Nafsu was found guil-
ty by a military tribunal on
evidence provided by the Shin
Bet, also known as GSS
(General Security Services).
IN HIS APPEAL to the
Continued on Page 8-A
A smiling Izat Nafsu leaves the Supreme
Court in Jerusalem last week (May ti) after
being partially cleared of his original convic-
tions of treason, espionage and transfer of
military equipment to the enemy. His release
confirmed Nafsu's eight-year-old claim that he
had been framed by Israel's General Security
Services. Nafsu, a former IDF Lieutenant,
has already served seven and a half years of
his original 18-year prison term, and intends
to sue the state for wrongful imprisonment.


Page 2-A The Jewish Floridian/Friday. June 5, 1987
Hall of Remembrance perspective of the pro-
posed United Stoics Holocaust Memorial
Museum, which the Federal Commission of
Fine Arts rejected last Friday, saying thai the
museum's hexagonal-shaped memorial pro-
trudes too far into the street.
Fine Arts Body
Rejects Holocaust Museum Design
By JUDITH COLP
WASHINGTON (JTA) -
Members of the Federal Com-
mission of Fine Arts rejected
Friday designs for the U.S.
Holocaust Memorial Museum,
saying that the museum's
hexagonal-shaped memorial,
the Hall of Remembrance, pre
trudes too far into the street.
But the architect. James
Freed of I.M. Pei. New York,
said he is concerned that
changing the plans will make
the memorial look like an ad-
junct to the adjacent govern
ment buildings.
"The memorial will (>
treated like an office building
which does honor neither to
the office building nor the
museum." said need, who
told reporters after the
meeting that he was "ver\
disappointed" by the Commis
s'on | reaction. "I'd rather not
d;> it at all than make it look
like the office buildings." he
explained.
FREED SAID there might
have been a "misconception"
among members of the Com-
mission that could be resolved
before the matter is voted on
again June 19.
Freed's design calls for an
atrium-like Hall of Witnesses
to function as the focal point of
the five-story, block-long
museum, which will have three
flights of permanent exhibi-
tions, a learning center, ar-
chives, library and an interna-
tional computerized data
retrieval center. The building
would encompass 250,000
square feet
The Holocaust museum.
which will cost an estimated
$45 million to $50 million to
build, will be located on Raoul
Wallenln-rg Plaza here and
stand between the Auditor's
Building and the Bureau of
Printing and Engraving Also
planned are large plaza with
a grove of trees, water and
reflecting pond.
Freed, a German refugee
who irai appointed architect
for the museum in November
1986, said he was completely
stuck on how to proceed with
the project until he visited the
Naa concentration camps.
"IT WAS AN extraordinary
challenge to make a building
that would fit into Washington
and explain the unusual nature
of its contents." said Freed. "I
realized that a Holocaust
museum is like other buildings
in that it is didactic and it
teaches, but it is very different
from other buildings in that it
deals with horrible and un-
thinkable things."
The most striking and con-
troversial part of the building
design is the Hall of Remem-
brance, connected to the
museum, which would feature
a skylit ceiling It would In-
simply done with a trail for
candles and seats
"The Hall of Remembrance
is the only neutral, con-
templative part of the
building. You can't make it a
pleasant place, but you can't
make it disarming either,"
said Freed.
"(The museum) was not a
design easily reached. It was
tested 14 or 15 times and the
Hall kept getting smaller until
it was three quarters of its
original size," he said.
But although the members
of the Commission of Fine
Arts praised the minimalist
style of the building, they
agreed with chairman Jay
Carter Brown, who said "a
standard urban design
shouldn't protrude into the
parking space."
ONLY STATE SEN. Roy
Goodman of New York City,
who left before a final vote was
taken, suggested that the
plans be approved, noting that
"because of the unusual nature
of it (the museum), it can be set
back a little and given further
exposure than conventional."
The rejection by the Com-
mission is the latest of a series
of conflicts in construction of
the museum which came to a
head last December with the
resignation of Nobel laureate
Elie Wiesel as chairman of the
U.S. Holocaust Memorial
Council.
Another bone of contention
was voiced at Friday's
meeting by Werner
Hasani>erg. an economist and
Holocaust survivor, who is ob-
jecting to the naming of dif
ferent sections of the museum
after contributors
But membera of the rs
Holocaust Memorial Council
are expecting that Freed -
plan, which was approved by
the Council on April 28 and
still needs to be cleared by the
Capital Planning Commission
meeting next month, will even
tually be approved by the Com-
mission of Fine Arts.
"I DON'T consider it (the
Commission's rejection) a set
back." said Museum Director
Arthur Rosenblatt. "It was the
first appearance of the plans
and no one knew what would
be said."
Rosenblatt said "extraor-
dinary progress" has been
made in construction of the
museum and he still hopes to
break ground by fall. At that
rate, the museum could be
finished by 1992.
Schreiber
Given Award
NEW YORK (JTA) -
^lieser Schreiber of Near York
has received the 1987 Moreinu
Reb Yaakov Rosenheim
Award from Agudath Israel of
America for his volunteer
work on behalf of the U.8. <>r
thodox Jewish organization
Joseph Goldbrenner of New
York was presented Aguda's
Reb Elimelech Tress Memorial
Award for his service toward
the perpetuation of the
heritage of Torah life among
Holocaust survivors,
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AP Wide World Photo
II'ITSESS: Leon Reifmann in Lynn when he testified last week at the Klaus Barbie trial. Reifmann is
>ht "tily surtni>or of the raid m the Jewish children's home in
Izieu, east of Lyon, in 19J&. The raid is the main item on the
hurges of crimes against humanity in the Harbie trial.
Barbie Returned To Court;
6 Witnesses Identify 'Butcher'
EDWIN EYTAN
LYON (JTA) Klaus
Barbie was returned to court
ere under protest last Tues-
la) (May L'*>) to be formally
lentifiea by six witnesses who
recalled in horrifying detail
r arrest, torture and
importation more than 40
.ears ago at the hands of the
rmer Gestapo chief known as
lie butcher of Lyon."
After each recital Barbie.
almost a bizarre caricature of
the unrepentant, defiant Nazi.
stated "Ich hahe nichts :u
- !!(. Herr President" (\ have
nothing to say Mr. President)
a hen asked by court President
Andre Cerdini if he had any
rnments.
barbie, on trial for crimes
igainst humanity. took advan-
tage of French law which
allows a defendant to l>e al>
tit from court when, on May
13, the second day of his trial.
he demanded to lie returned to
St. Joseph Prison for the
trial's duration.
BIT THE law also allows
the court to order his return.
by force if necessary. In this
instance. Barbie's presence
was required to permit a con-
frontation with former vic-
tims, who were not present at
the pre-trial hearings, to iden-
tify him officially.
Although the 73-year old
Barbie offered no physical
resistance, he refused to
voluntarily leave the cell in the
court basement whert he was
held while Cerdini read the
order for his appearance.
Repeatedly, the court clerk
returned from the cell to tell
the three-judge panel, "the
defendant still refuses." Final-
ly Cerdini ordered Barbie
brought to the prisoner's dock.
Continued on Page 12-A
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Continued from Page 1-A
6, 1944. at 9 a.m.. the children
at Izieu were sitting down to
breakfast when a truck with
six German soldiers arrived,
followed by a civilian car with
three Gestapo agents.
Pleadings were of no avail.
Forty-five children one of
them a non-Jew. was released
shortly afterwards were put
aboard the truck along with
the six adults who staffed the
shelter. They were taken to
prison in Lyon where, after a
brief stay, they were sent to
Auschwitz. Two of the children
were shot there, and 42 died in
the gas chambers.
ONE OF Wednesday's
witnesses. Leon Reifmann, is
the sole survivor of Izieu. He
was 17 in 1944. He alone saw
the truckload of soldiers drive
up to the shelter and managed
to climb from a window and
hide in underbrush until the
convoy drove away.
The person or persons who
tipped off the Gestapo remain
unknown. France Culture, a
state-owned radio station,
reported last week that it was
the Mayor of Izieu who wrote
to Gestapo headquarters de-
nouncing ''the Jewish
character" of the shelter.
The father of the non-Jewish
boy released after the raid is
also suspected. He was ex-
ecuted by the French
underground immediately
after the war for collaboration
with the Nazis.
Another possible suspect is
Lucien Bourdon, a farm
worker at the time, who disap-
peared from Izieu several days
after the arrests. He served
during the final months of the
war as a guard in the Saar-
bruck concentration camp in
Germany, where he was ar-
rested by American forces.
Bourdon, still alive, has been
summoned to take the stand at
the Barbie trial. In the search
for the real culprit, some
observers may recall Pierre
Laval, the Prime Minister in
the Vichy government, who
was executed for treason after
the war. Laval is known to
have complained that the
Vichy police were lax in sear-
ching French orphanages for
children of ".Jewish blood."
Moshav Resident, 65, Shot
By Terrorist in Gaza
TEL AVIV (JTA) A
65-year-old resident of Moshav
Netivot in the Negev was
fatally shot by a terrorist in
Gaza early Monday morning.
It was the second assault on
Israelis in Gaza in the past
week.
The victim. Moshe Jarussi.
was buried Monday afternoon.
Police detained several Jewish
settlers in the area who attack-
ed Arab workers after the
killing.
Jerussi was shot in the
stomach at close range while
driving into Gaza with his son
to pick up workers for his farm
at about 5:30 a.m. local time.
His assailant fled. He was
taken by helicopter to a
hospital in Ashkelon where he
was pronounced dead on
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Page 4-A The Jewish Floridian/Friday. June 5, 1987
Primary Chaise
Against Barbie
A somewhat bleared amateur snapshot
appears in our A section this week. It is a
photo of the Jewish children in a special
Izieu home 45 of them, and one non-Jew,
who was released shortly afterward. Taken
to prison in Lyon, the 44 others were sent to
Auschwitz after a brief stay.
Two of the children were shot in
Auschwitz, and the 42 remaining died in the
gas chambers. There was one survivor, a
Leonard Reifmann, who appeared to testify
last week at the Klaus Barbie trial in Lyon.
More than any other, the raid on the Izieu
home is a primary charge against Barbie
that he is guilty of crimes against humanity.
But Barbie, except for his brief return to
court last Tuesday (May 26). refuses to be
present anymore at his trial.
Rights of the Tortured
This is. as we have already suggested in
these columns, one of those facts of life in
the French justice system, where persons
charged with crimes have the right to re-
main in jail rather than to be confronted by
their victims.
It is also a fact of life in the radical ter-
rorist background of Barbie's attorney, Jac-
ques Verges, who undoubtedly mastermind-
ed Barbie's decision to stay away.
But one problem with this is that Barbie's
victims the pathetic few who are still liv-
ing, as well as the dead do not have the
satisfaction that would come from confron-
ting the beast in his chains.
We cannot fault the French system and its
view of the rights of the accused. But we can
only hope that, in the end. this system also
bears in mind the rights of those tortured
and killed at the hands of Klaus Barbie.
Get Going on Memorial
It was a shocker to learn that the I'nited
States Holocaust Memorial Council's design
for a National Holocaust Memorial Museum
has been rejected by members of the
Federal Commission of Fine Arts in
Washington.
At issue is the hexagonal memorial, the
Hall of Remembrance, which is connected to
a five-story museum structure featuring a
sky-lit. atrium-like Hall of Witness.
According to members of the Federal
Commission who voted thumbs down, the
Hall of Remembrance sticks too far out into
the street.
We hope that the appropriate design
changes are made and accepted quickly so
that the project can move forward. We also
hope that the Holocaust Memorial Museum
suffers no further agony such M the kind
currently being suffered on Miami Beach
where, apparently, a Holocaust Memorial in
our own community has become a political
football.
State Dep't. Treacle
The State Department's reaction to the
Jonathan Pollard report, which blames
Israel's entire Cabinet for the unfortunate
spy occurrence, is pure treacle. The Depart-
ment hopes that the report of the Knesset's
Foreign Affairs and Security Committee
will stop further spying by Israel on the
United States.
The reason it is treacle has nothing to do
with any attempt here to excuse the es-
pionage fiasco in the first place. Rather, it
shows utter insensitivity to the fact that the
United States has itself done a heap of spy-
ing on Israel and, further, that spying is a
fact of life in the international community
even among friends.
More to the point is that the United States
is privy to a lot of information about Middle
East matters that would substantially help
Israel, its supposed ally, in warding off the
mischief that Israel's Arab neighbors there
never give up trying to foment.
But this information is rarelv passed on to
Israel, since the United States wants
everyone to understand that it also main-
tains, or attempts to maintain, friendly rela-
tions with these nations, as well.
Getting More Irian We Give
As columnist George Will has already sug-
gested, this sad fact must be balanced
against the loads of critical intelligence in-
formation, not to mention war materiel
technological information, that Israel has
garnered in its various wars against the
Arabs and promptly passed on to the United
States a casual matter of Israeli life that
has given our country critical insights into
Soviet weapons design.
What the U.S. apparently wants is to
have all espionage activity its own way and
to get uptight when it doesn't. In the end.
S
5fe
jjfe
Will has observed, "we get m
give" bo far as Israel is concen
for the United Suites to bleat al
espionage ii really treacle, pun
What's A Solicitation?
Reagan And North Need A Lesson
K> JIM SHIPLEY
There's a thing about lunch
in a restaurant on a rainy day.
For some reason, the noise
level drops a few decibels.
Maybe it's that folks like to
take their time when it rains
and at the same time are not
quite so strident. 1 don't know
I do know that this day as 1
entered the emporium of corn
beef and conversation, it had
that feel to it. And outside it
was pouring
There, at the usual table, sat
the usual group Old if
relative term. There Acre in
deed plenty of total yean
represented around that table
There was the usual pecking
order baaed on the position of
the leader. Shmuel Bel
Zalman. But the energy level
in the group, even >n i sub-
dued, rainy day, belied an) age
classification.
BEN ZALMAN waved to
me as I entered. I made mj
way through the tables, runn-
ing the usual gauntlet of two
bead waiters and aggressive
bus boys "Gentlemen, s good
rainy day to you. What is the
special, and what is the
subject?
"Solicitation." Hen Zalman
pronounced it like the title to B
poem he was al>ut to recite
"We are today discussing
what is a solicitation and what
isn't You got an opinion?" He
raised an eyebrow in a feat of
separate muscular control that
would have done Marcel
Marceau proud.
"Well." I jockeyed the huge
menu, "solicitations. I don't
like to make them, but I do. I
don't like to be solicited but I
am. A necessary fact of Jewish
life."
"NAH." Ben Zalman
dismissed my opening state-
ment with a wave of an old
veined hand. "This solicitation
we are discussing, is not a
Jewish one. Oy! Could we give
those guys some lessons!"
"Leseons?" I queried "To
whom lessons'*" The soup ar-
rived Always better on a rainy
day. even the outside
temperature is eighty two
"Lessons," replied Ben
Zalman. "to Reagan and
North. When Jews make
solicitations, not everybodj
knows it hut you wouldn't
forget, would you?"
"But Shmuel. the President
saya he didn't make s solicits
tion "Maybe he didn't But I
know how it would work if it
was the Temple or I '.l.\." 1
Zalman pushed back from the
table and fl
arms int.- the act
"King Fahd, thai
into th< (jht?
Ronald aska Bob McFi i
leave, right'' Then he turn- I
r shd 'So,' be -.i. 'you've
been giving s mill: nth
to the contras, King Ven
generous gift 'And IKM
says the King 'Not with oil
prices dom n Busii tinks,
Mr President.'
"WELL.' says the Presi
dent, 'things are tough here
too I can't get money from
Congress, but the need goes
on. You know King, how j( i> '
'You're I.Hiking for an in-
crease*' The King
voice."
Shmuel was no
almost cnuckiing >
says 'Look, I'm ri"'
tell you what to d i el
conscience be y ir g
going to leave tl
desk I'll go have a lit!
with the bo) it
know, where
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Our Readers Write: Kennedy Should
Rethink His Polish Vow
EDITOR. Th, Jtwitk
When President John Ken-
nedy said teh bin tin
Berliner.'' he identified
himself with the city and not
with the German murderers.
Sen. Edward Kennedy, on
his recent visit to Poland,
stated, "Ja jntem PoiaJcxrm'
(I am a Pole). The Senator
should invest some time and
acquaint himself with the ac-
tive participation and coopera-
tion of those "God-fearing
Poles" in the Nazi atrocities.
Because f
thusi asm,"
camps and ere'
built in Poland,
deaths of DulUoi
victims. After the i
staged a pogrom in
Kielce to elimi: >
survivors.
I am a survivor, and Senator
Kennedy's lack of sensitivity is
heartbreaking
MRS. GIZA FALIK
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Liable for Security
In the Territories
This xn rpt is from 'Yediot Ahronot' of April SO Written by
Defenst Minister Yitzhak Rabin, 'hi articli ishnsnii.ii remarks
hi mad* recently at a Labor Party meeting which ht state*
cinctlytht Defenst Minister's viewpi the quest i iftht ter
ritories which Israel has fu Id foi tht past 20 /"'-
Friday. .June 5, 1987/The Jewish Floridian Page 5-A
By YITZHAK RABIN
1 said that with respect to
policy in the territories, a
distinction exists between
security policj and settlement
policy. This is nothing new
With the concurrence of every
eminent Bince 1967
Mignment and Likud govern-
nta alike the political fat<
if the territories "f Jud<
Samaria am) Gaza has remain-
ed open.
Their political fate remains
ipen mit of the clear intention
. no facts nt" partial or com-
plete annexation should be
reated, with the exception of
Jerusalem. Why is this so? To
tble political negotiations
for peace with Jordan. Within
framework of th<
political negotiations, we shall
ttain lx)th peace and a solu-
tion to the Palestinian pro
hlem. Every government
and in this matter the Likud
been no different than the
Alignment has left the issue
the territories open, for -"
its, to give peace a 'hai i
the absence of derision-
political and legal fate of
e territories, the) are ruled
this day b\ a military go> i i
nor and the Civil
Administration.
OUR POLICY toward the
\rah population in the ter
ritones is built on two parallel
paths. (trie path: an all out war
on terrorism under the law
The second path: an improve
ment in the quality of life of
' e population, the decisive
majority of which does not
engage in terrorism, even if it
is not well-disposed toward
Israel.
In the domain of improving
the quality of life, much has
been done since the establish-
ment of the national unity
government and during
Shimon Peres' term as Prime
Minister We looked for, and
we are still seeking, every way
to transfer the administrat
of ongoing daily life into the
hands of the residents of the
territories. During this period,
replaced all the IMF of
fleers who served as mayors
Arab towns Every mayor to
daj is an Arab who is a local
residenl During my tern as
Me tense Minister, we have also
replaced about 100 Jewish
workers in the Civil Ad
ministration, and we hired
Arab residents in their stead.
As part of the effort to im-
prove the quality of life, we
changed several economic
regulations which were in
pnu tic for years until the
i tablishment of the national
unity government. For ex
pie, we instituted absolute
>n in transferring
funds T "i.e. ever) resident
of Judea Samaria u a is
entitled to transfer $5,000
the Jordan River bridgi
without making i l< i iration.
THERE HAM been no such
thing since 1967. The Arab
dents have evinced great
trust in us; for instance, not
long ago an Aral) resident ar
rued at the bridges with a
nylon bag containing $950,000
(sic) in cash No restrictions
whatsoever Acre placed on
him.
As part of this same effort to
improve living conditions, we
have also appealed to every in-
ternational body European
countries. I'N bodies -- to
Continued on Page 10-A
Rabin: 'improving the quality off liffe.'
h, th* lomaii .' th* quality of fi
has been don* sine* th* stablishm* \
'hi national n ', : ......! and dv
/'. n ~ rw as Prinu M iter
Society for Deaf
declares Defenst Minister Yitzhak- Rabin (se-
cond from right), shown in a 1976 photo with
F in a Knesst < debatt
Helps Many Hearing-Impaired Children
B.i HELEN HILL
\' a Tipat llalav (mother
and child) clime in Jerusalem, a
seven-month-old baby sits on
Ins mother's lap while a
woman across the table pulls
various objects out of a box.
The tiny tinkling bell, colorful
maracas, spoon and cup. and
crinkly tissue paper, however,
are not mere playthings but
part of a simple kit for testing
the hearing of infants.
Through the efforts of
MICHA, the Society for Deaf
Children, and with the
cooperation of the Ministry of
Health, the kit has Ween placed
in every mother and child
clinic in Israel, along with
directions as to its use.
THIS VOLUNTARY, non-
profit organization, founded in
the early years of the State of
Israel by the late Mr Ezra
Korine, is leading the way in
at MICHA, he or she will be in
the care of therapists, referred
to only as teachers, who work
patiently, one-to-one and in
groups, to break the barrier of
silence Babies up to the age of
2 receive individual speech and
language lessons twice a week
at the center with back-up ses-
sions at home.
I'd rents are encoumged to fill
tnew child's world with, sound.
Let them play with drums, whistles.
Speech therapist Ksti Gorelnick. teaches
Yonaton Shayovitz, a hearing-impaired child.
h center in Tel A viv.
detecting hearing impairment
in very young children. At pre-
sent, the average age ofdetec
tioti is one year in Israel as op-
posed to approximately four
years in the I' S
Children living in Israel's
central region come to the
bright and airy MICHA
building in Tel Aviv for
diagnosis, treatment and
education aimed at helping
them function as normally as
possible in a hearing society
"Our goal is total communica-
tion" says director Carol
Froehlich. "We believe in
teaching hearing impaired
children to listen and speak,
rather than depend on sign
language."
Hearing aids are the first
weapon on the long haul to
communication and can help
all but a few children to use
their residual hearing to the
maximum. Devices are fitted
in babies as young as two mon-
ths and become part of a
child's life, "like wearing
glasses," remarks Froehlich.
THE CENTER is equipped
with all kinds of electronic aids
for testing and teaching, but
it's the teachers and therapists
who are all important. From
the moment the child arrives
I'arents are encouraged to
fill their child's world with
sound, talking to them natural-
Ij and letting them play with
noisy toys such as drums,
whistles and squeakers, as well
as explaining household
sounds like a vacuum cleaner.
telephone and alarm clock.
Two-and three-year-olds spend
four mornings a week at a
regular neighlntrhood nursery
school and <>n the other two
mornings attend the MICHA
kindergarten, where they have
private therapy sessions.
In one classroom, a group of
lively boys and girls play hap-
pily, watching out for the light
on the deciblescope that in-
dicates the teacher is talking.
Around the room a loop
system links the teacher to the
children's hearing aids. "We
teach the children an impor-
tant skill how to listen,"
comments Carol Froehlich.
"The emphasis is on constant
linguistic stimulation.
THE CHILDREN.
however, are not only at the
receiving end of sound; they
also help to create it with
joyful musical sessions using
simple percussion in-
Continued on Page 12-A


Page 6-A The Jewish Floridian/Friday. June 5. 1987
State Dep't. Hopes Pollard Report
Will Put End to Israel's Spying
REPORT HANDED OVER: Member of the
Knesset Abba Eban, head of a seven-man com-
mittee that investigated the Jonathan Pollard
spy case, hands over the report to Knesset
speaker Shlomo HUlel (left). The committee.
AP-*Wid* World Photo
named by the government under U.S.
pressure, completed its report last weeJc. lay-
ing most of the blame on Foreign Minister
Shimon Peres, who at the time was Israel's
Prime Minister.
Jerusalem Police Fight Street Battles With Youths
Continued front Page 1-A
vestigations cleared Premier
Yitzhak Shamir. Foreign
Minister Shimon Peres,
Defense Minister Yitzhak
Rabin and his predecessor in
the post. Minister-Without-
Portfolio Moshe Arens. of
direct knowledge of the
Pollard operation.
Hut the conclusions stressed
they had ministerial respon-
sibility for what occurred.
Rabin and Arens were par-
ticularly criticized for lax
supervision of I^ekem. the in-
telligence unit that recruited
Pollard to spy in the I'nited
States
Pollard was arrested outside
the Israel Embassy here Noi
25. 1985. He was sentenced
last March 4 to life His wife.
Anne, was given a five-year
prison term as an accessory.
THE Rotenstreich-Tsur
report was particularly critical
of Rafael Eitan. head of
I-ekem. and Air Force Col.
Aviem Sella, who recruited
Pollard to spy on the U.S.
Eitan has since been appointed
head of Israel Chemicals, the
largest government-owned
company.
Sella was appointed com-
mander of an Israel Air Force
base, but in the wake of I'.S.
criticism and a declaration
that no American fricial
would deal with that base he
resigned the post.
"We have always said that
we are concerned about the
treatment of those i : .-.iuaU
involved in Pollard's es
pionage. and the g ment
of Israel undertook to hold
such persona l ,unt
Oakley Said.
She denied rep
that Rabin wou
scheduled trip \.
because of tht.........
conclusions. Sh(
was "no conne I
the Rabin visit ai d I
findings
SAVE
25c
See Page 3-B
By GIL SEDAN
JERUSALEM (JTA) -
Jerusalem police reenforced by
border police fought street
battles with hundreds of Arab
youths throwing rocks and bot-
tles in the worst anti-Israel
rioting to sweep the Old City
in 20 years.
It began on the final
weekend of the Moslem Feast
of Ramadan as thousands of
Arabs gathered at the Temple
Mount for prayer at the El
Aksa and lK>me of the Rock
mosques. In the narrow, win
din^r streets and main
thoroughfares traversing the
city, objects of everv descrip-
tion were hurled at Israel
vehicles, including police cars
POLICE DISPERSED the
mobs with tear gas. No serious
injuries were reported,
however, and damage VU
mostly to windows and wind
shields. The demonstration.-
continued past midnight
Saturday A heavy police
presence was maintained in
the old City all day Sunday to
prevent a recurrence
A potentially dangerous
situation developed on the
Temple Mount Saturday,
where hundreds of worship-
pers chanted anti-Israel
slogans. Police moved into the
area, but religious leaders
managed to calm the crowd
before new violence
developed.
The unrest was attributed to
the approaching 20 anniver-
sary celebrations of the
reunification of Jerusalem and
the start of the Six-Day War
on June 5. 1%7
Tension continued to run
high in the West Ban!., where
an eight-year-old child from
Elon Moreh was kidnapped
and murdered last Wednes-
day, apparently b) terrorists
There was also violence in the
Gaza Strip, where an Israel
Defense Force officer Eatall)
shot a terrorist Friday about
to detonate a roadside boml
.i mil tarj vehicle pssnnd
Several accomplices fled under
fire from IDF trooj
ON SATURDAY, an
unidentified gunman wounded
Hussein Suleiman. 35, of
Arabs village, a nephew of
Mayor AMallah I^ahkloukh of
the West Bank town of Jenin
Securitj sources believe the
bullet was intended for
Lahkloukh. a moderate ap-
pointed to office by the Israeli
authorities.
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Inner Cabinet
Holds All Ministers Responsible in Pollard Spy Case
Friday, June 5, 1987/The Jewish Floridian Page 7-A
By GIL SEDAN
JERUSALEM (JTA) -
The Inner Cabinet, meeting
late Tuesday night (May 26),
adopted the report of a special
panel which held the govern-
ment ministers collectively
responsible for the blunders
arising from Jonathan
Pollard's espionage for Israel
in the United States.
The report, most of which is
classified, was submitted to
Premier Yitzhak Shamir Tues-
day morning.
IT REPRESENTS the con
elusions drawn by Tel Aviv
lawyer Yehoshua Rotenstreich
and former Chief of Staff Gen.
Zvi Tsur, who were appointed
by the Cabinet last March to
investigate the government's
involvement in the damaging
Pollard affair. Another report,
covering the same ground, was
presented to the Knesset's
Foreign Affairs and Security
Committee Tuesday evening
by its intelligence subcommit-
tee, chaired by Abba Eban.
The full Cabinet will soon
convene in special session to
review both reports. The
political echelons clearly
preferred the Rotenstreich-
Tsur report which blamed the
entire ministerial establish-
ment, over the Eban report,
which criticized individual
ministers by name.
Eban, who also chairs the
subcommittee's parent body,
Metzenbaum, Dole Urge Shultz
To Review F-15 Sale to Saudis
WASHINGTON (JTA) Sen. Howard Metzenbaum
(D., Ohio) and Senate Minority leader Robert Dole (R.,
Kan.) are urging Secretary of State George Shultz to recon-
sider his desire to sell F-15 jets to Saudi Arabia.
IN THE LETTER to Shultz, the Senators say. "we
have no desire to see a divisive and rancorous fight on the
floor and we want you to understand how broad and deep is
the concern in the Senate."
The Reagan Administration announced last week that
it is postponing the sale of the 60 F-15s to Saudi Arabia un-
til later this summer. The delay came in the aftermath of
refusal of two Saudi F-15s to force down the Iraqi jet that
attacked the U.S. missile frigate Stark in the Persian Gulf.
bore down hard on fellow
Laborites Shimon Peres and
Yitzhak Rabin, the Foreign
Minister and Defense
Minister, respectively, as well
as Shamir. At a press con-
ference Tuesday night, he
outlined details of his subcom-
mittee's findings.
HE PRAISEDShamir,
Peres and Rabin for saving
U.S.-Israeli relations from col-
lapse by their decision to
cooperate fully with the
American investigation of
Pollard.
He said Peres deserved most
of the credit because he was
Premier at the time, but by the
same token, he deserved most
of the blame for the govern-
ment's mishandling of the
Pollard affair.
None of the ministers involv-
ed knew that Rafi Eitan, head
of a scientific unit of the
Defense Ministry at the time,
recruited Pollard, a civilian in-
telligence analyst employed by
the U.S. Navy, to spy for
Israel, Eban said. But they
chose not to ask questions
precisely because they had
confidence in Eitan. However,
Eban maintained. "Asking a
lot of irritating questions is the
very essence of the ministerial
function."
ALTHOUGH THE Knesset
subcommittee found Peres.
Rabin and Shamir guilty of lax-
ity, the burden of responsibili-
ty must be borne by Peres
who, as Premier was "first
among equals," Eban said.
The immediate comment by
Pere6 and Rabin was to charge
that the Eban report was
politically motivated. Eban re-
jected what he called the
"lightheaded" reaction of the
ministers. Parliamentary
criticism is the essence of the
democratic system, he said.
"If certain people have spent
hundreds of hours and ac-
cumulated thousands of
documents studying a single
issue, there is at least a chance
that they might have learned
something, and having learned
something, they might have
something to communicate,"
Eban said.
The Rotenstreich-Tsur
report focused on Eitan and on
Air Force Col. Aviem Sella.
who was Pollard's "handler,"
for failing to report their ac-
tivities to their superiors and
exceeding their authority. It
found that Eitan's subsequent
appointment as director
general of Israel Chemicals,
the largest government-owned
corporation, showed "inade-
quate sensitivity."
THE MINISTERIAL level
was also blamed for failing to
take sufficient action when
Pollard's activities were
exposed.
Political pundits believe
neither report will result in a
political shakeup. Neither
panel recommended that
anyone resign. But Likud
Roy Clements, of Forest Hills,
N. Y., president of the United
Synagogue of America New
York Region, will serve as bien-
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USY in Kiamesha Lake, N.Y.,
next November. Franklin D.
Kreutzer, of Miami, president
of the national organization,
said that the convention will
launch the USY's 75th
anniversary.
sources indicated they would
make political capital of the
criticism directed at Peres by
the Eban committee.
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Page 8-A The Jewish Floridian/Friday. June 5. 1987
Conviction Overturned
Shin Bet Again Under Scrutiny
By HIGH OKl.M
TEL AVIV (JTA) The
Shin Bet. Israel's General
Security Services, is under
scrutiny again following a
Supreme Court ruling Sunday
(May 24). The court overturn-
ed the 1981 conviction of
former Israel Defense Force
Lt. Izat Nafsu and ordered his
immediate release from prison
after serving some seven years
of an 18-year sentence for
alleged espionage and treason.
Nafsu. from the Circassian
village of Kfar Kama in Galilee
where he returned Monday
to a jubilant welcome had
appealed his conviction to the
Fear Terrorism
Will Rise
Continued from Pajrr 1-A
high court. Nafsu. a Circas-
sian, charged the evidence was
fabricated and that his confes-
sion was extracted by illegal
means. The justices bore him
out and ordered his immediate
release from prison.
In an interview published in
Yediot Ackronot last Wednes-
day (May 27). the former head
of the GSS investigations
department, who is still known
only by his code name
"Pashosh," was quoted as say-
ing: "'Nafsu is speaking the
truth about how we treated
him in the investigation .
The investigation was con-
ducted quickly, like any in-
vestigation dealing with ter
ronsm We lied out of
necessity However, there wa>
no falsification of testimony.
but neither was this an in-
vestigation conducted accor-
ding to law
Fashosh stated further, Be
ording to Yedwt Achr>mnt.
that the tern-rists now know
the GSS is in disarray, "that
GSS investigator! are not
working. The Nafsu affair will
lead to an increase in
terrorism."
He added. "Perhaps the
Israeli nation thinks that a dif-
ferent investigation method
must be found, that one
mustn't make promises or
threats to the person under
investigation ..."
THE NEWSPAPER
Moanr, commenting on the af-
fair, cautioned that "critics
must remember that when the
(iSS a ordered to expose at all
costs, prevent at all costs, cap-
ture the murderers immediate-
ly, there is also a price for this
( outinned a Following Pi**
high court under a law passed
by the Knesset only a few mon-
ths ago. It allows soldiers for
the first time, to appeal
military court decisions before
the civilian judiciary.
HE CHARGED that his con
viction was based on evidence
fabricated by the Shin Bet and
that his confession had been
obtained by illegal means. The
Chief Military Prosecutor
tacitly confirmed this when he
told the court that an examina-
tion of Nafsu's file preparatory
to answering his appeal made
it clear that the military pro-
secutors had been led astray
by the Shin Bet.
The court was severely-
critical of the Shin Bet's
methods and suggested that
Attorney General Yosef
Harish consider legal action
against those involved in
gathering evidence against
Nafsu. Harish was reported
late Monday to be ready to ask
the police to investigate the
GSS methods Monday, in-
dependent of the high court's
recommendation.
Premier Yitzhak Shamir
said that the Supreme Court's
ruling "underscores the impor-
tance of our decision a few
days ago to form a committee
to examine the GSS' in-
vestigatory methods and (its)
manner of making
recommendation."
SHAMIR WARNED.
however, "against generaliza
tion." He observed that: "The
GSS must cope with a
relentless war against ter-
rorism and it has had immense
success. These anonymous in-
dividuals have had great and
secret achievements m presef
ving Israel's security This
is not to say that these in-
dividuals can do whatever they
want. They are not above
criticism."
He cautioned that while "ex-
ception! and irregularities
may occur we will not ton
out the baby with the
bathwater."
President Chaim Herzog,
commenting on the Nafsu af-
fair, expressed satisfaction
that justice has triumphed,
coupled with shame that any-
Israeli could have been con-
victed by illegal methods. The
Mapam-affiliated newspaper
Al-Hamishmar called Nafsu's
original conviction Israel's
"Dreyfus case" in which a
member of a minority com-
munity was unjustly convicted
of treason.
Nafsu was freed under a
plea-bargaining agreement.
He admitted that he had failed
HARBOR ISLAHO S*A FLORJOA S GREATEST SPA VALUE
to inform his superiors of con-
tacts he had with senior of-
ficials of the Palestine Libera-
tion Organization "which
might have endangered state
security." He was sentenced
to two years' imprisonment for
that offense, which was
counted as time already-
served.
NAFSU, who was demoted
to private when convicted, said
Monday that he would con-
sider demanding back pay due
him as a lieutenant and finan-
cial compensation for the
years of hardship he endured
in prison.
The Supreme Court's deci
sion was a blow to the Shin
Bet. Its reputation was badly
tarnished last year when an in-
quiry commission found it had
tried to cover up the murder of
two Arab bus-hijackers after
they were captured by the IDF
in 1984 and turned over to
security agents. Three top of-
ficials of Shin Bet were forced
to resign. All received
Presidential pardons although
no formal charges were filed
against them.
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Atty. Gen. Harish
Tells Police To Eye Phony Evidence
Friday. June 5, 1987/The Jewish Floridian Page 9-A
By HI GH OKt.KI
TEL AVIV (JTA) At
torney General Josef Harish
instructed the police last Fri-
day (May 29) to open an in-
vestigation into whether
agents of the Shin Bel
presented false evidence to a
military court which convicted
former Israel Defense Force
officer I/.at Nafsu of treason
and espionage in 1981.
The conviction was over-
Fear Terrorism Will Rise Again
As Conviction Is Overturned
t ontinued froi Preceding Pair*
demand. They work in a com-
plex and tense system The
political and judicial echelons
have refrained from sullying
their hands with marginal mat-
ters such as obtaining confes-
sions from a tough defendant,
of the turning in of an active
terrorist squad by one of its
n embers .
The recent affairs are liable
t create a know-nothing
phenomenon (within the GSS)
which will limit their success.
The first sign of this is already
manifest in the field."
The media also quoted senior
OSS officials as saying the
N.ifsu episode belongs to the
past, that there has been a
thorough housecleaning in the
ency and that new instruc-
ts have been issued
ihlishing explicit norms for
interrogation of suspects
I the conduct of the
interrogators.
Trifa Hunter
Kremer Dead
At Age 90
SEW YORK (.IT A)
II era! services were held
! riday (May 29) for Charles
K emer, a Rumanian-born
t who was instrumental
bringing al>out the deporta-
t "ii from the United States of
V' hbishop Valerian Trifa. the
I. imanian cleric who was the
l lier of the fascist Iron
(jUard which fomented a
" i-sacre of Jews in Bucharest
' 1941. Kremer died here
i leaday (May 26) after a long
-. He was 9<) years old.
Horn in the town of Braila.
Rumania, Kremer immigrated
Ui the T.S. in 1919. He
graduated from dental school
at the University of Penn-
sylvania in 1924 and was in
practice for more than 53
'ars. He became famous in
Kumania for introducing
penicillin there in 1947.
Kremer, who was active in
many American Jewish
r^anizations and in the
Rumanian Jewish community
"' America, devoted his life to
bringing to justice Nazi war
1 fiminals who found refuge in
the U.S. He lost scores of
relatives in the Holocaust.
He played a maior role
a major
in
discovering evidence about
I rifa's fascist past which
'tilminated in a Federal depor-
tation order. Trifa left for Por-
tugal two years ago and died
there several months ago at
ge of 72. Trifa admitted
ling his past when he
' tered the U.S. in 1950. He
headed the Rumanian Or
K Episcopate in Grass
Mich.
Nafsu gained his freedom by
admitting, in a plea-bargaining
arrangement, that he failed to
inform his superiors of con-
tacts he had with officials of
the Palestine Liberation
Organization. He was sentenc-
ed to two years' imprisonment
for that offense, but the
sentence was counted as time
already served.
NAFSU. who originally
demanded complete exonera-
tion, has told reporters that he
accepted the plea bargain deal
against the advice of his at-
torney. "I broke down. I
couldn't wait for months and
years for completion of the
court."
turned by the Supreme Court,
and Nafsu was released from
prison where he hail served
early seven yean of an 18-year
sentence. The court, in its rul-
ing, affirmed N'afsu's charges
that he was convicted on
evidence fabricated by the
Shin Bet and that his confes-
sion was extracted by illegal
means.
Harish's decision to order a
police investigation runs
counter to the wishes of
Premier Yitzhak Shamir who
prefers a government inquiry.
LAST FRIDAY Shamir
named former State Com-
ptroller Yitzhak Tunik. and
former Mossad chief Zvi Zamir
to comprise a commission of
inquiry into the operational
methods of Shin Bet and make
recommendations.
MK Mordechai Virshubsky
of the Shinui Party said that a
governmental inquiry would
deal only in generalities and
not blame individuals for
misconduct. He said on a
television interview that he
would file a complaint with the
police against Yossi Ginossar,
the Shin Bet operative named
in Nafsu's complaint.
Sforuvt at the dedication of the Mae Rice Feldmesser Collection of
Judaica Memorial at Seton Hall University in South Orange.
S'.J. are (left to right) Gertrude Feldmesser and her husband
Philip, accepting congratulations from Martin Heller, trustee of
Seton Hall. The Collection memorializes Feldmesser's late wife.
A former resident ofMillburn. N.J., he now lives in Miami.
Habima Veteran Dead at Age 82
TEL AVIV (JTA) -
Rafael Klatzkin, a veteran ac-
tor associated with the world
famous Habima theater, died
here Wednesday (May 27) at
the age of 82. He had suffered
a heart attack recently and col-
lapsed while strolling near his
home.
Klatzkin, who was also a
poet, was born in Poland and
came to Palestine in 1914 to
study at the Herzliya Gym-
nasium in Haifa. He returned
to Poland after the outbreak of
World War I but moved per-
manently to Palestine in 1940
as a construction worker.
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Rabin: Security Is My Responsibility
Continued from Pair* 5-A
come and invest in the ter-
ritories. Until now they have
k**en paying lip service and ac-
ting hypocritically with regard
to the Palestinians" fate. The
world hasn't lifted a finger for
them, and we a country with
hardships are asking for
help, in order to help them.
One of the only countries to
respond to our appeal was ac-
tually Saudi Arabia, which
raised a contribution totalling
$1 million for the construction
of a new sewerage system in
the Jabaliya refugee camp in
(]aza. We also made an effort
in the realm of economic
projects.
BUT THERE is no reason
and no need to blur the facts.
Even after a long series of
such improvements, the Arab
population is not a lover of
Zion. There are two alter-
natives (among the popula-
tion): PLO supporters, who
want a separate Palestinian
state and prefer attaining it
through terrorism; and the
more moderate Arabs, who are
generally identified with Jor-
dan and view the solution to
the Palestinian problem in con-
nection with Jordan. These lat-
ter prefer political
negotiations.
This is the place to state that
we have recently acted to the
best of our ability for what
some Likud ministers call the
"Jordanization" of the ad-
ministered territories. I do not
deny it. Until December, 1986.
I indeed had the feeling that
the pro-Jordan moderates had
the upper hand in the ter-
ritories. Unfortunately, this
was not the case. The Jorda-
nians formed exaggerated ex-
pectations and talked a lot
about their five-year program,
but this was not reflected on
the ground. Today the pro-
Jordanians" standing in the
territories has declined, even
more so following the outcome
of the PNC session.
However. 1 do not recom-
mend that any of us toy with il-
lusions that the PLO will be a
partner to talks in the near
future, if at all. My opinion on
this matter is unequivocal. The
Defense Minister Yitzhak Rabxn shown in he addressed a rally m Israel.
terrorism. We will fight the
"handlers" of terrorism. We
will fight them to the last.
Not long ago, the murderous
hand of terrorism struck at the
Moses family from Alfei
Menashe. This was a
murderous, despicable attack
against a family which neither
sinned nor committed a crime,
a family which made its home
at Alfei Menashe. In the wake
of this saddening incident,
questions have been raised
regarding settlement policy,
and 1 want to address this as
follows:
1 have always supported,
and I still support settlement
in the territories, in accor-
dance with the Allon Plan,
which accords clear preference
to security settlement. I have
said and I do not retract this
that with all due respect to
Alfei Menashe and Ariel, they
make no security contribution
like the one made by confron-
tation line settlements.
SECURITY IS maintained
by confrontation line set-
tlements along the border with
Lebanon, on the Golan
Heights, in the Jordan Valley,
in the Beit She'an valley, in
MlAM
KACmS
Gi>n
KOSHER
the Jordan Rift Vallev m
the Arava. These are ls"d,'n
confrontation lines. We *n
notdfdTHAvivfWe
Kfar Saba region, and woe ,!
us if we are forced to do* '
We shall defend Tel Aviv
and Jerusalem fron, w,thln
s^unty border along the Jor
dan River, doiem f
kilometers from oUr home?
si veminuu'sfrmKfar
This does not mean that I do
not consider settlement imoor
tant On the contraryRE
aider settlement an importam
in and of itself,
value
However.
Minister. I
'- Defense
m"*t provide
security in every pCc,
every Israeli resident, both
Jews and Arabs, without dif-
ferentiating between religion
and nationality. You can come
to me from Ariel and from,
Ofra and fr..m Karnei
Shomron and say: "You must
provide us with security." In
fact, it is my duty to provide
everyone with maximum
security, everywhere The
responsibility is mine.
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PLO today is becoming more
extremist; it abrogated the
Amman agreement, hooked up
with George Habash and Nayif
Hawatmeh. and as a result we
are liable to soon witness the
operational expression of this
development.
Over a month ago, instruc-
tions were issued to the field
from Yasir Arafat and his
subordinates to make an effort
to kill as manv Jews as possi-
ble in the administered ter-
ritories and in Lebanon, and to
foment disturbances on a wide
scale.
Indeed, recently katyushas
have been fired into the Galilee
panhandle, and there has been
an infiltration attempt to carry
out a bargaining for hostages
operation. If no indiscriminate
acts of murder were
perpetrated in the territories
recently, this is not because
the appropriate orders were
not given for them, but
because we made an effort to
strike at the terrorists.
MANY ASK: whv do you
employ expulsion orders? Why
is administrative detention us-
ed? I have no choice. Whoever
is interested, as I am. in strik-
ing at the precise points of ter-
rorism without imposing col-
lective punishment must take
these measures. We shall con-
tinue to do so. We will arrest
whoever heads a terrorism
system, even if Israeli and
Jewish haverim meet with him
for talks of any kind. We will
fight instigators of terrorism.
We will fight the organizers of
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Haba it supported by family members during
'he funeral of her son the day after he'd been
>ng last week. Rami, from EiUm Moreh,
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wilh his skull smashed in. The crime was seen
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In Kansas Town
Rabbi Kahane Is Wanted Man
Friday, June 5, 1987/The Jewish Floridian Page 11-A
Brandeis Trustees Divest Stock
In Business Trading with S. Africa
WALTHAM, Mass (JTA)
The Brandeis University
Board of Trustees has voted to
divest of all stock in companies
doing business in South Africa,
except those providing medical
goods and humanitarian ser-
vices or reporting the news.
Brandeis is the only secular
.It-wish-sponsored university in
the I'nited States.
The university reported that
its holdings in relevant com-
panies had a market value of
$1.6 million as of Mart h 31 out
of an overall endowment of ap-
proximately $130 million.
THE DIVESTMENT vote
came at the board's meeting
May 16, concluding delibera-
tions that began in 1973 when
the trustees committed the
university to a policy of social-
ly responsible investment.
The new divestment policy
requires that the university
move in "an expeditious and
timely manner" in selling the
relevant stock. A spokesman
had no clarification of the
divestment timetable.
The board established the
Advisory Committee on
Shareholder Responsibility in
1977 including faculty,
students, alumni and staff
to advise on portfolio policy
and proxy votes affecting
issues of shareholder
responsibility.
AT THE same time,
Brandeis adopted the Sullivan
principles for governing South
Africa-related investments,
and divested of companies do-
ing business with the South
African government or
military.
The board adopted addi-
tional restrictions last May.
leading to the sale of more
than $700,000 worth of in-
vestments in the fall.
Death in Israel
TEL AVIV (JTA) Jews
who die in the West Bank or
Gaza district will be registered
as having died in Israel, accor-
ding to a new policy adopted
by the Interior Ministry,
Maariv reported.
By MICHAEL DEVEREY
OVERLAND PARK, Kan.
(JTA) Rabbi Meir
Kahane, the controversial
Kach representative to Israel's
Knesset, is a wanted man
here.
Overland Park Municipal
Judge Sheldon Crossette
issued an arrest warrant for
Kahane May 20 after he failed
to appear at a hearing for a
disorderly conduct charge
stemming from a shoving inci-
dent with two men attending
Kahane'a speech here last
S 18.
IN ADDITION, one of the
Mousa Shukair of Kansa>
has filed a civil suit seek-
in excess of $l jjes for "assault, battery
outrageous conduct
ilting in emotional
i" due to the incident.
' Kahane were to return to
K ii -i- he could face a max-
of six months in jail and
"" fine for the municipal
meanor. But according
I 'land Park Assistant Ci-
ty Attorney Karen Arnold-
Burger Kahane faces the
penalties only if served with
the warrant, and it probably
wouldn't be served unless he
returned to the state.
She added that the State of
Kansas generally does not ex-
tradite for misdemeanor of-
fenses, as Kahane is charged
with.
When the warrant was
issued, Kahane was enroute
from Boston to Los Angeles,
according to Steve Samson, a
West Coast spokesman for
Kach International. That day
in Los Angeles. Kahane was
served w ith papers for the civil
suit.
OVERLAND PARK drop-
ped the disorderly conduct
charge against Shukair May
20, a.-, it did earlier for
Shukair'.- cohort at the speech.
Ke/ek Muslet.
Kahane has 30 days to res
pond. He has returned to
Israel, according to a
spokesperson at Jewish Idea
here, his support movement.
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Special Society for Hearing
Impaired Helps Small Children
Continued from Pag* 5-A
struments. an organ and an
amplifier.
Regular sessions with an in-
dividual teacher open up the
world of language for the
hearing-impaired child. Sitting
in a special classroom full of in-
teresting objects and
playthings, the child learns to
talk about his world to an ever-
patient therapist. The child's
parents may sit and watch
through a two-way mirror.
Their presence is an important
part of the MICHA system
which encourages parents to
integrate the methods of
teaching at the center with
their approach to the problem
at home.
At four years old, the
children attend one of the
special integrated
kindergartens where hearing-
impaired children learn and
play alongside hearing
children. MICHA teachers
continue their individual
auditory training and speech
and language development,
with continued back-up from
parents at home. By first
grade, many of the children
will be able to attend regular
school and come to MICHA
twice a week after school for
further lessons, up to the age
of eight.
PARENTS RECEIVE
counseling from the
psychologists at the center,
who work with them to help
them to understand and accept
the handicap, emphasizing
that deafness is not a medical
but an educational problem.
"Children learn language from
parents," says Carol
Froehlich. "and there's usually
a period of emotional distress
when parents realize that
there are far more difficulties
with a hearing-impaired
child."
It is just a frustrating for the
child who is unable to say Ima
(Mummy) or express its needs.
This often leads to behavioral
problems. "Deafness is less
visible but more debilitating."
adds Froehlich.
Parents often have to adjust
their life-styles to help their
child. Being present at therapy
sessions means organizing
work schedules accordingly
and having baby-sitters on
hand.
MICHA's toy library offers
parents a source of additional
playthings, and guidance is
given in making inexpensive
toys at home. Advice and
assistance are also at hand
from the social worker, speech
therapists and genetic
counselor together with a
devoted band of volunteers
who help with everything from
extra home tutoring to fund-
raising.
THOUGH THE Tel Aviv
center works with the majority
of MICHA children from
Hadera to Ashkelon. branches
in Jerusalem. Haifa and Beer-
sheba are doing equally
valuable work.
(Quietly and consistently.
MICHA works to fulfil the pro-
phecy of Isaiah: "And the ears
of the deaf shall be unstopped
and the tongue of the dumb
sing."
Barbie Returned To Court;
6 Witnesses Identify 'Butcher'
Continued from Paf 3-A
The first witness. Lucien
Margaine. a former resistance
fighter who shuddered as he
remembered being tortured by
Barbie and his cohorts for six
consecutive nights, pointed to
the accused. "I formally
recognize him. Not only his
face and traits, but the smile,
this sort of rictus on his lips
which he still has ... a face
like his. a smile like his. are
unique. They can never be
forgotten." Margaine said.
THE NEXT witness. Mario
Blardone, described not only
his torture but Barbie's cruel-
ty. He told the court he had
seen the defendant try to have
a young girl raped b> a huge
Alsation dog. Blardone, too,
recoiled at the sight of Barbie.
"This face ... I want to look at
his eyes, those icy eyes. Yes.
Libyans
Ousted
CANBERRA (JTA) -
The staff of the Libyan Peo-
ple's Bureau in Canberra has
been given 10 days to leave
Australia, the Zionist Federa-
tion of Australia reports.
Australian Prime Minister
Bob Hawke, announcing the
expulsion,' said that the Peo
pie's Bureau was "simply serv-
ing to facilitate Libya's
destabilizing activities" in
Australia and the South
Pacific region.
Mr. President, he is the man I
testified about." Blardone
said. Again Barbie offered his
ritual "I have nothing to say."
A 66-year-old witness. Mrs.
Raymonde Guy on, whose hus-
band was executed and who
herself was deported, cried
out: "This takes me back 43
years. Without his black SS
uniform, his boots and whip he
might appear like any other
human being, but I just have to
look at him to rememl**r what
he did."
Barbie, unblinking, repeated
his litany: "I am held here il-
legally, and I am in court
because I was forced to come,
legally. I consider myself ab-
sent, i shall not answer any
question and make no
comment."
ON WEDNESDAY the
court was scheduled to hear
testimony about the arrest and
deportation of 44 Jewish
children sheltered in the
village of Izieu. near Lyon, on
Barbie's orders in April. 1944.
Among lawyers for the many
plaintiffs there are mixed feel-
ings over whether Barbie
should be forced to attend the
trial. Some insist that he be
made to face his victims. But
others fear he might become
an object of public sympathy.
Barbie reportedly suffers from
high blood pressure and in-
flammation of the spinal cord
which makes it difficult to
stand or to sit erect for long
periods.
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Israel Won't Cooperate With U.S.
Subpoena of Kimche in Contra Affair
LEAVING COURT: Former Israeli Foreign
Defenm Ministry Director General Daind
Kimche (right) leaves Federal Court in
Washington last week with Israeli Am-
ba&sador Meir Rosenne (left). Kimche said he
was excused from appearing before a Grand
AP/Wide World Photo
Jury on a subpoena issued by Independent
Counsel Lawrence Walsh, who had wanted to
questum Kimche on his conversations with
Reagan Administration officials regarding
tilt sale of U.S. TOW missiles to Iran in ex-
change for hostages held in Lebanon.
U.S. Jews Protest More Orthodox Power
By JUDITH COLP
WASHINGTON (JTA) -
Israel is refusing to cooperate
with a subpoena ordering
David Kimche, former director
general of the Israeli Foreign
Minister who was involved in
the Iran-Contra affair, to
testify before a Washington
grand jury.
Kimche was subpoenaed last
week in New York by indepen-
dent counsel Lawrence Walsh.
Yossi Gal, a spokesman for
the Israeli Embassy, said the
Embassy told State Depart-
ment officials and represen-
tatives of the independent
counsel that the subpoena
violates diplomatic practices
l>etween countries.
"You can go to the extreme
and say that someone can sub-
poena the Prime Minister,"
said Gal. "Everything Kimche
did, he did not (do) as a private
individual, but as a represen-
tative of the government. If
questions are asked, any
clarification should come from
the government."
Gal also said that Israeli law
prohibits citizens from "shar-
ing privileged secret informa-
tion." and that by testifying
Kimche would in effect be
breaking Israeli law.
Kimche's subpoena ap-
parently came as a surprise to
Israeli officials, who had
assumed there was an agree-
ment that no Israeli involved
in the Iran-Contra affair would
testify personally.
Kimche played a key role in
the selling of U.S. arms to
Iran, according to testimony
before the Senate-House select
committre's hearing on the
Iran-Contra affair. Former
National Security Advisor
Robert McFarlane said Kim-
che first approached the U.S.
to suggest the opening of
diplomatic channels with Iran
and later suggested that Israel
could be the conduit for selling
the arms.
Civil Rights Starter
NEW YORK (JTA) -
Rosa Parks, whose refusal to
sit in the back of a Mon-
tgomery, Ala., public bus was
one of the founding acts of the
U.S. civil rights movement,
received the 1987 Roger E.
Joseph Prize from the Hebrew
Union College-Jewish In-
stitute of Religion. She receiv-
ed the prize's $10,000 cash
award at the college's ordina-
tion and investiture
ceremonies here May 24.
NEW YORK -(JTA)-The
iders of -'* national Jewish
inizationa protested
islv to Israel govern-
eaderi and key members
of the Knesset last week
igainst any political deal thai
would give the Orthodox Chief
Rabbinate of Israel sole
rity to determine the
". of conversions to
ludaism performed outside
tel.
\ thled message warning
uch a move "imperils the
unity of the Jewish people"
igned by the heads of lil
us and secular organi/.a
in the United States
Lte protests were lodged
b) Hadassah and the Zionist
Organization of America
THEY WERE prompted by
i report from Jerusalem last
that Premier Yitzhak
Shamir gave his written pro-
mise t.. the ultra-Orthodox
Shas Party last Tuesday to
achieve within 60 days passage
Knesset of an amend-
ment to the Law of Return
which would require overseas
conversions to be approved by
'he Chief Rabbinate.
Shamir's pledge was
nportedty in return for Shas'
promise to support Likud ef-
forts to block the Labor Party
from dissolving the Knesset
and calling early elections over
the issue of an international
conference for Middle East
peace which Labor supports
and Likud opposes.
The cabled message was
sent to Shamir and Foreign
Minister Shimon Peres and to
eight Labor and Likud leaders
"the Knesset. It stated: "We
are profoundly disturbed by
news reports that a political
deal is being made to give the
Orthodox Rabbinate the power
(o decide the legitimacy of con-
versions made abroad. The
result would be to deny any
spiritual validity to those who
wentify with the Reform, Con-
servative and Reconstruc-
t,(>nist movements and thus to
offend millions of .lews around
the world.
"ANY KNESSET vote in
support of the reported agree
merit between Prime Minister
Shamir and Shas imperils the
unity of the Jewish people, is
contrary to the interests ami
welfare of world Jewry, and is
Ixiund to make Israel a force
for division between the
Jewish State and the Diaspora.
"There is still time to pre
vent this disaster from hap-
pening. We urge you to reject
any action that would have the
effect of amending the Law of
Return."
Ruth Popkin, national presi-
dent of Hadassah. stated in
separate letters to Shamir and
Peres that "Hadassah Mieves
that any action to amend the
Law of Return threatens
Jewish unity and weakens the
sense of solidarity that binds
the Jewish people to Israel.
"'Any such action is a gross
and unequivocal violation of
Israel's Declaration of In-
dependence," which "ensures
complete equality of social and
political rights to all its in-
habitants irrespective of
religion, race or sex and
guarantees 'freedom of
religion, conscience, language,
education and culture."
A STATEMENT released
by the ZOA said: "The Zionist
Organization of America
reiterates its absolute rejec-
tion of any changes in the Law
of Return as presently written.
We believe that any change in
this law will create serious con-
sequences. ZOA is very con-
cerned about such a possibility.
Bat Mitzvah at 76
NEW YORK (JTA) -
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Page 14-A The Jewish Floridian/Friday, June 5. 1987
AJComm. Picks Gold
But Still Searches for Replacement of Fired Executive Gordis
By M \Ki.IK OLSTKR
NEW YORK -iJTA>-The
American Jewish Committee
has appointed Bertram Cold as
interim director while it sear-
ches for a replacement for ex-
ecutive vice president David
Cordis. who was fired last
month.
Gold served as executive
vK'e president of AJCommit-
tee from 1907-82 and subse-
quently as director of AJCom
mittee's Institute on
American Israeli Jewish
Relations.
Crordis" termination, which
was finalized at a meeting of
the AJCommittee's Board of
Governors here on May 13, has
sparked controversy within
AJCommittee. the human rela-
tions agency founded in 1906
and one of the country's
preeminent Jewish organiza-
tions. Gordis fought his ter-
mination to the end.
COMMITTEE President
Theodore Ellenoff said the
Board voted 58-22 in favor of
the decision to fire Gordis.
With this vote, months and
perhaps years of tension bet-
ween Gordis. senior staff of
ficers and lay people drew to a
close.
Ellenoff said the major
reason for the termination
which he and six other officers
decided on in April, was per-
sonality conflicts between
senior staff members and
Gordis.
Gordis could not be reached
for comment and has not
returned repeated phone calls
from JTA
Two months prior to the
decision to fire Gordis.
Ellenoff said three senior staff
members who worked directly
under Gordis informed the
.AJCommittee of their mten
tions to resign He declined to
name them.
'Dr. Gordis had well-known
problems with the three."
Ellenoff said. When officers
learned of the staffers' deci-
sions, the final determination
to fire Crordis was made, he
said.
ELLENOFF ASKED Gor
dis to resign on April 24 When
he refused. Ellenoff fired him
dis asked the officers I
'e on the decision S
":re mm. one against
then asked that the matte- b)
What's A
Solicitation?
Cat*B*d frow Pag* 4- A
hert B the designated
nkirmwi gets up and says; 'I
bebrve in von, OUie and here's
my check" Legal* That I don't
know But we know it works,
nghf
We ai! Mood up to leave It
was still raining "And you
reallv believe that's the wa\ M
done*
taken to the full board of
governors, a move which
Ellenoff said was not at all
unusual. The larger issue.
though, according to Ellenoff.
was that Gordis wanted com-
plete control over the
organization, its staff, ad-
ministration and policies
Ellenoff claimed that Gordis
that Gordis once asked for a
Shmuel put a hat almost as
old as h -n his head and
squinted at the Flonda rain.
now falling ger.- "Who
knows? That > how we would
do it and call it what you will
Except then ion't use guih for
a tool think Right.
Bomr**k' He laughed, dap-
ped on the hs*k and h**rjed
out to the
written policy statement
vhich would in effect give the
executive vice president com
plete control over the staff and
administration. This was dur-
ing the time the three staff
members announced their
resignations. All three choM
to remain because Gordu Ml
fired. Ellenoff said.
Ellenoff told JTA on May 18
that "Dr. Cordis was responsi-
ble for innovative programs
during h's almost three years
at the American Jewish Com-
mittee and the agency will
U'nefit from them for a long
time t" i->>me."
Gordit, 4fi. a Conservative
rabbi, lervod almost three
years as executive vice presi-
dent He was the highest paid
professional u \.j,
with a re, .'*
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Knesset Body
Criticizes Lavi Decision-Making
the Lavi only if the Cabinet has
by then reached a decision on
the future of the project.
TKL AVIV (JTA) The
nesset's Public Audit Com-
ittee voted Wednesday (May
7) that a section on the Layi Maariv reported Wednesday
hter plane project severely that the State Comptroller's
ritieal of the decision-making findings on the Lavi project
)r nent may be included in the
inual report of the State
Comptroller, due to be publish-
next month.
The vote was a reversal of
^ne taken by the Committee to
?lete that part of the Com-
ptroller's report from the
iblic document. That had
en the wish of the six
kembers of Likud and Tehiya
rho outvoted the five Labor
mi leftwing members of the
jmmittee.
[BIT THE Tehiya member.
Emer Chief of Staff Rafael
Ran, agreed Wednesday to
unge his vote under a com-
romise proposed by the
thorites. It will permit
dication of the section on
Arson Seen
In Paris
ll'AKIS (JTA) Fire in-
pi gators reported evidence
rson in the blaze which
jtroyed three dormitoriea of
\f x building complex that
ises a Jewish Religious
'1 in the Paris suburb of
lies during the night of
l\ 19-20. There were no
e sources and memlx'rs
J Jewish community
Sunday they Itelieve the
..is the work of young
ima whose intent was
criminal than anti-
Obecene graffiti was
don the walls, but nothing
anti-Semitic nature.
ice Minister RoU-rt Pan
s and Interior Minister
es Pasqua, who visited
'. pledged that no effort
be spared to find and
the arsonists.
from its inception in 1980 con-
stitutes probably the gravest
indictment of government ac-
tions ever made by the public
watchdog. It casts a heavy
shadow on the governments in
office since 1980 particularly
the Defense Ministers.
According to Maariv, the
Comptroller found that the in-
itial decision by the Defense
Ministry in 1980 to build the
Lavi took no account of the
economic aspects of the pro-
ject, including export
possibilities, or of alternative
projects.
THERE WAS no examina-
tion of the Lavi's impact on
future defense programs, nor
was there cooperation bet-
ween the Defense and Finance
ministries on the costs, financ-
ing and technology of the pro-
ject, according to the report.
Maariv reported that the
Comptroller found, in addi-
tion, that there was no ex-
amination of the defense
establishment's long-term
budget with respect to the
Lavi's engine nor Was there
any professional discussion
l**tween the Israel Defense
Force's planning departments
and the Air Force about the
suitability of the plane in a
future war.
Although the project did not
meet the operational re-
quirements of the Air Force, it
was never brought before the
Ministerial Defense Commit-
tee after 1980, Maar
reported. The decision to con-
tinue the project was made at
a time when the government
knew that General Dynamics
in the I f.S. was to submit alter-
native proposals for the
manufacture of F-16s m Israel.
When that proposal was sub-
mitted, it was not given in
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Friday. June 5. 1987/The Jewish Floridian Page 15-A
French Neo-Nazi Given Life
For Killing Old Jewish Woman
FINALLY, the Comptroller
By EDWIN EYTAN
PARIS (JTA) A self-avowed neo-Nazi was
project lacke7 control *nt*n**> g* imprisonment Wednesday (May 27) for the
mechanisms to warn of cost murdfr [a 75-year-old woman whose only "crime" accor-
ding to the killer was that "she was Jewish." The Nice
Criminal Court found no extenuating circumstances in the
case of Raynald Liekens, 23.
overruns. Only in 1985 was it
discovered that the Lavi's cost
would exceed original
estimates by 100 percent,
Maariv reported.
The Lavi, Israel's second -
generation jet fighter plane, is
already in serious trouble with
the defense establishment,
which claims it is diverting
funds from other major
weapons systems Israel will
need in any future war.
LIEKENS TOLD POLICE and repeated in court that
he stabbed Hennette Cerf to death in the summer of 1984
because she was Jewish and I had to "prove to myself my
Nazi convictions."
Police found in Liekens' apartment a collection of Nazi-
style brown shirts, Nazi insignia and portraits of Adolf
Hitler. Psychiatrists told the jury that Liekens was mental-
ly disturbed but sane enough to understand the gravity of
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Sunday At
Emanu-El
the midst of rising ten-
ill the Middle East in the
< of the slaying of
p anon'l premier ami renew
fighting in southern
banon, Greater Miami
Iwry will stage a com
Umtywide Rally for Israel
kuday. June 7, at 7 p.m. at
pipie Emanu-El, Miami
bch.
The event will mark the
lebration of Yom
pushalayim (Jerusalem Day)
the American Zionist
ieration of South Florida
the estimated 100.000
es paying Zionist members
|the area. It is sponsored by
ie Jewish Floridian
*spaper.
'rincipal speaker at the
ervance of the 20th an-
Krsary of the reunification
Jerusalem as the capital of
Vel will be General I'zi
irkiss, known as the
liberator of Jerusalem.''
Narkiss, now the head of
department of organ iza-
and information for both
* ""tinned on Pf 8-B
Jewish Floridian Photo
thousand* of followers of the Lubavitcher
Rebbe Menaehem M. Schneerson gather.
Jewish Floridian Photo
Candles are lit as a woman says a prayer in the outer
passageway of the aravesite of the prevwus Lubavitcher Rebbe,
Rabin Yosef Yitzhak Schneerson. the father-in-law of the Rebbe.
2,000 Women Exhorted
To Teach, Fill Home
With Light and Peace
By ELLEN ANN STEIN
Jewish Floridian Staff Writer
CROWN HEIGHTS, N.Y. -
Almost 2.0(H) women, some
traveling 36 hours from
Australia and other parts of
the world, gathered last week
for the 32nd National and Se-
cond International Lubavitch
Women's Organization con-
vention. The five-day event
was highlighted by workshops,
discussions, sharing of ex
periences and a special speech
from the Lubavitcher Rebbe
Shlita, Menachem Mendel
Schneerson.
This year's theme was the
"Three Pillars of a Jewish
Home." Torah, Avodah
( p ray er) and G in ilus
Chassodim (acts of kindness).
THE STREETS of this
mostly Hasidic Brooklyn
neighborhood were alive and
spirited. Many of the women
were reunited with old friends
and were seen walking
through the streets arm in-
arm. Lubavitch families who
live in Crown Height.- opened
up their homes to out-of-town
guests.
Not every convention par
ticipant was /runt, or obser-
vant, yet they were quickly
embraced by the spirit of the
community.
In one home, after a Shabbat
meal, a young woman needed
some help saving the after
meal blessings. Immediately
upon hearing her question, a
six-year-old boy. Schneur
Zalman Minkowitz, took it on
his own to stand patiently by
the woman's side and help her
with the prayer.
MINKOWITZ WAS spen-
ding Shabbat with his grand-
parents, who explained that a
different grandchild spends
each Shabbat with them, giv-
ing each special attention and
making the child king or queen
for the weekend.
Highlight of the convention
came when the women
gathered at 770 Eastern
Parkway to hear the Rebbe
speak. It is one of two times of
the year when the women are
allowed in the first floor of the
synagogue, which is usually
reserved for men.
Speaking in Yiddish, with a
simultaneous translation
available in English, Russian.
Hebrew, French, the 85-year-
old Rebbe. leader of the
Lubavitch movement
worldwide, told the women
about their role.
According to the Lubavit-
cher Rebbe. it is the role of the
Jewish woman, "through the
special gifts that God has
given her," and through her
Our
Esther Rachel Barber: won
the lottery in Austral in to
attend the onvention in
A w York,
Jewish Floridian Photo
Ahuva Alter: An an-
thmpohtay student work-
ing on her doctorate at
Xorth western University
nt tends the Lubavitch
women's convention
because she is doing her
thesis on their lifestyh.
work in the home, that "she is
able to teach and fill her home
with light and make her home
a worthy place that the spirit
of God may rest within."
THE WOMAN is a living ex-
ample of what a Jewish woman
should be, and it's important
that she include other women,
as many women as possible, in
what she's doing because it is
written that the multitude of
people shows the beauty of a
King, and that when many
Continued on Page 2-B
Community
Friday, June 5, 1987 The Jewish Floridian Section B


In Hasidic Brooklyn, Lubavitcher Rebbe Is King
Continued from P&ffc IB
people are doing the will of
God. it's more glory and honor
to Him.
The Rehbe said that
although we live in a dark
diaspora, and a world sur-
rounded with things contrary
to peace, it is "through leader-
ship in the ways of pleasant-
ness and peace, that the
woman will bring a real
peace." Shalom which is one
of CkkTs names.
The home that is filled with
peace and tranquility. the
Rebbe said, "should influence
all the homes in its environ-
ment, so that everybody who
lives in the area will see how a
God-inspired woman has made
her home a house of light."
THE REBBE also spoke
about the importance of giving
Tzedakah. which will unite the
Jewish people as one. which
will lead quickly and speedily
to the coming of \1< When Mashiach comes, the
Rebbe said, there won't be
arguments or petty jealousies
among the nations of the world
and that one nation will not
.4 group of Hasidic men gather outside a store
on the main street of Crown Heights to uatrh a
rid$0 of the Lag B'ihner parade.
i. a h f -.., i'1
raise a sword against another,
there will be no more wars and
peace will reign in the world.
On the first morning of the
convention, participar is were
given a choice of touring
Crown Heights or going to the
burial place of the previous
Phot'
W.oi.ei, visit th, gnu-, of Uu previous Lub Rebbi Yose)
Yitzhak Seknssrson ; Monte/ion Cemetery in Queens. I'
custom to recitt Tskilim (psalms) and wriU mmoagct t
personal prayers that an then ripped up ana tOMM "', 'h. ;
\ehert they art burnta1 tu ashes.
Lubavitcher Rebbe. Rabbi
Yosef Yitzhak Sehneerson. the
father-in-law of the current
Rebbe. At the Montefiore
Cemetery in Queens, as is
customary when g>in^ to a
special holy burial place, the
women who were wearing
leather shoes bad to Like them
off and had to wash their
hands In-fore entering the
room in which the Rebbe is
buried. All married women
had to wear either si -
ihair pieces)or scarfs. It is the
custom to recite Psalms and
make a special beseeching that
the Rehkie intercedes on her
behalf with God.
WOMEN HAH written
notes that the) read and then
tore into pieces which were
scattered on the grave Some
women sobbed as they said the
prayers.
(>n the bus rule to and from
the cemetery, there was a
chance for women to renew
quaintances and make new
friend.-.
Esther Rachel Karl- r th<
.rhter of Rabb M
Teleshevsky, .1
who brengens (talks), was among
the women who won a lotU
winch paid for their trip to
'Craata Land From Sand'
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Lubavitcher Rebbt M*naehen
M Set eer
New York.
She went to Australia t. at
tend her brother- wedding
and that- w h. net her
husbai d-1 Now she
in Sydney, Australia,
about 30 other 1. .
cou|
WOMEN \i.sn
the corner:- Holland.
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Bi
l-rae! Tl :
tici; ant une fi
par:
The ;
Lubavitcher, such as one who
is doing her doctoral :
tion at Northwestern I 'nivei
ty m Chicago on Lubavit I
women
"Probably the most imp.r
tant realisation." said Ahuva
Alter." is that I.ubavitch
w.i men contradict the
stereotype of the Orthodox
woman ai a MCOOd class
citizen. Lulwvitch women are
independent decision- makers
within the family and the com
munity. and they are respected
and honored in the community
"IN THK beginning, the
women'.- life appeared to m
be a hardship," Alter said
"Mostly, because the) had to
abide b) BO man\ rule- that
were not of their making
From working in the communi-
ty, I know the flip aide of th 1
rule- and regulaboi
"Most human beings
ire 1 governed bj
.
what
All
>ut for thei
1; si ie 1 ireenvi 1
he told me. 1 comelS"
California for your babies' and
now you come for mine'"
Alter said.
Greenwald was raised in
C rown Height*. She and her
husband are on shlich ut actuw
as emissaries for the 1;.
and helping to develop their
community spiritually Thev
help kaaher homes -
guests over for Shabbat, put
mezuzahs up on di
to get people entl .
about Judaism.
SHE SAID the convent
like "a shot in the an-
"There comes a timi
we have to be reim rated
This gives me the stn 1
carry on. You meet u |
people who an
situation." said Greei
mother of five
Several of the evi 1
dedicated to meeting
the women who have
around the world
Th 1 ma wen not
members who wen
thlichut, but
-aid afterward that tl
this time to -hare
periences and som<
blems the.
ding a cheder, nr scl
their childret
education in a towi
where the) W<
Lubavitchers.
THK FIRST
sion took the
Machon Chans
Baa
returning to religi .
van.. ||
from Jud) Lai ly
a vegetal 1
enterpieci ttrad
The women rlaj :
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pointing out that 1
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innocuous on the
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the informal 1 :
disseminated
need hook- like
(Parent Effectivem
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world out. but '.
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Sunday, June 14
Yeshiva University Dinner
To Honor Two Couples
.-,',;',,- of various organ zatumx, and
Ploridian Photo
. sentattves varunts organ zntums, mni Jrwisn rionaian mote
" "tkty Phonal dmatvms. gathei it pie. who keep them and lurt a h anothei
. of770 EasternParkway ', I ., dollar to Tzedakah. or charity aft_____
passes out thousand* I 'Tzedakah' Will Lead to 'Moshiach
Florida Friends of Yeshiva
I'Diversity will honor Miami
attorneys Stanley M. and
Susan Rosenblatt and Rabbi
Max A. Lipschitz, spiritual
leader of Beth Torah Con-
gregation, at a Heritage
Award Dinner on Sunday.
June 11. at 6:30 p.m. at the
Konover Hotel
Mauricio Gluck, a Yeshiva
University alumnus, will be
chairman of the dinner, and
Dr Matthew Zuckerman,
another alumnus and chairman
of the Florida Friends of
Yeshiva University, will be
general chairman.
Mr. Rosenblatt, an active
trial lawyer in a firm bearing
his name, and Mrs. Rosenblatt,
an appellate specialist and
managing partner of the firm,
Will be presented with the An
nual Heritage Award.
Rabbi Lipschitz, an alumnus
of Yeshiva University's af-
filiated Rabbi Isaac F.lchanan
Theological Seminary, will
receive the Distinguished
l 'ommunal Service Award.
For reservations or informa-
tion about the dinner, please
call the office of Yeshiva
University's Soul heast
Region.
i in inurd from Precrdintc I'rrc
rah observant and left her
"I felt there is a big myth
that you can be a fulltime
areer woman and !*;. mother
0. When you're a career
person, your whole life
.<>lves around your career."
-.ud Resnick.
SPEAKER Sarah I.ieUr
an told the group. "I think
I are probably the luckiest
up of people. We have .
Rebbe who teaches us
everything we need to know
The Rehl>e tells us stories that
ave happened to him and that
ire passed on through the
.in generations of Rebbes
'There is a story of the
I V lOUS Rebbe s father who,
'.hen he was four or five, went
his grandfather t" ask for a
i ssing. When he learned
""tn his studies that < i<1 ap
ired t" A\ raham, he told his
indfather in tears. Why
esn't God appear before

The Rebbe tells us this
tory shows us every single
Aish child has in his heart a
re for Godliness
THE RF.BBK also tells us.
elierman said, why it is im-
rtant not to compromise on
the education of children. The
t words a child learns are
Moshe" and "Torah.'' Why
'" we teach this to a two year
Id who doesn't understand?
"The Rebbe says the reason
is to implant in a child the con-
it ion of Jew and Torah that
not intellectual. It is essen-
tial It is the foundation. How
we build before We have a
-"lid foundation?
The theme of this conven-
tion is the three pillars of the
'ne Torah, prayer and
I deeds. This should be in
ery Jewish home, m ever)
rish heart. Those three
" ings should be the structure
1 e structure ii what unites
" e family. It is to bring har
mony in our heart, so we know
a here we stand.''
LATER THAT day at
'Mother session, the women
''re told a true story that is
I tended to show that every
has it iti his or her genes
'' 't he is a Jew The story is
:,"ut a woman who was the
, r e t a r y of Rao U I
Wallenberg, the Swedish
hploraat who helped sa\-
isandi of people from the
Holocaust.
I he woman, while helping to
' thousands of lives, WSJ
listraught that s> many Jews
had died, that she didn't want
her daughter to ever go
through that So she raised her
daughter as a i 'atholic.
And her daughter became a
devout Catholic She had a
career in music but could not
practice in her hometown in
Hungary which was com
munist So she went to France
where she was granted refuge.
She became a nun and worked
her way up to becoming a
mother superior, eventually
Starting her own order
THEN SHE wen: on a
pilgrimage to Israel. As soon
as she got there, she felt that
something special was K(""kr
on Yet the first part of the
tour were visits to Christian
landmarks, and she didn't feel
anything going on inside her.
Hu when she got to the grave
of Rachel, one of the four
mothers of Israel, sin- lost con-
trol of herself, despite the
discipline she had learned at
church.
She fell on the gro ind and
prayed to the God of Israel to
help her people. When she
went to the Kotel, the Western
Wall, she again fell to the
ground and prayed for
Moshiach to come.
When she got home, she ask
ed her mother what had gotten
into her. Her mother told her
that she was a Jew, her hus-
band was a Jew and that her
daughter was a Jew. The
woman hegan to observe Shah
hat and keep kosher.
ON SUNDAY morning, the
women again headed to 770
Fastern Parkway to receive a
dollar that the Rebbe personal-
ly handed each women as he
looked into her eyes and said a
blessing. The line formed all
the way around the Mock.
Rebbetzin Chain Lipskar
was explaining the purpose of
this event to a young woman
from Fans who was Jewish yet
said she did not believe in God.
"The Rehlte is givn g you a
dollar to teach you the concept
of sharing, of giving Tzedakah,
of doing for others." she said.
"When the moonies speak to
you about their leader, he
doesn't give you money. He
takes your money The Rebbe
doesn't ask you to give him
nione> There are a lot of peo
pie out there who need OUT
help.
"THE MONEY that we
have and that we earn and that
we work for comes from < lod,
from his blessings. Some peo
pie. they work hard and don't
get anything. Some people
don't work hard, and they
have a lot.
"The word tzedakah is not
chanty, the word tzedakah is
righteousness and justice that
you take some of what you are
fortunate enough to have and
you share it with somebody
who is less fortunate than you
How many leaders do you
know who are interested in do-
ing that" They are interested
in themselves. The Rebbe lives
very simply. He's the most
unselfish person I know "
Young Israel Of Sunny Isles
To Install Officers Monday
New Officers for Young
Israel of Sunny Isles will he in-
stalled at ceremonies to In-
held on Monday, at Young
Israel Synagogue. Rabbi Rubin
R. Dobin, Spiritual Leader of
Young Israel Synagogue, will
be installing officer and will
address the theme of "Jewish
Leadership in a World of
Chaos." A festive collation will
be served.
Young Israel's new officers
are: Hillel Price, president;
Kmanuel Lassar. Reuven Fin-
sky. Hoise Soleru, vice-
presidents; Yonah Roth,
secretary; Michael Kostovet-
sky. treasurer. Reuven Pinsky
and Yonah Roth. Gabbaim;
and Max Wein, chairman of
the Finance Committee.
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Page 4-B The Jewish Floridian/Friday. June 5, 19S7
Ambassador Timor To Bring Greetings
At Temple Emanu-El Jewish National Fund Banquet
Ambassador Rahamim
Timor. Consul (General of the
State of Israel to Miami will
bring special greetings on the
occasion of the forthcoming
Temple Kmanu-EI Jewish Na-
tional Fund Tribute Banquet
in honor of Carol and Ivorraine
Greenberg.
Ambassador Timor, serving
as Consul General of the State
of Israel in Greater Miami,
fought in the War of In-
dependence. An expert on
Middle Eastern and African
Affairs, with emphasis on East
Africa, he served in Ethiopia,
and later was in charge of the
East African affairs in the
Foreign Ministry in
Jerusalem. He served in Lome-
Togo as Ambassador, and then
in Kinshasa where he served
as Israel's Ambassador to
Zaire.
He served as Ambassador to
Cyprus and later in Athens. In
1976 he was appointed to head
the International Cooperation
Department in the Ministry. In
1983 he was Ambassador of
Israel to Brazil, where he serv-
ed until 1986.
In December 1986 he was
Amabasaador Timor
appointed Consul General of
Israel to Miami, covering
Florida and Puerto Rico.
Mr. and Mrs. Carol
Greenberg. Miami Beach
religious and community
leaders, will be honored at the
Annual Tribute Banquet.
Guest speaker will be Dr. Ir-
ving Lehrman, Spiritual
Leader of Temple Emanu-El
and Chairman of the Jewish
JVS Annual Meeting June 18
Jewish Vocational Service
will hold its annual meeting
and special awards presenta-
tion on Thursday. June 18 at
Temple Israel. Buffet and
social hour will commence at
6:30 p.m.. followed by
meeting.
Guest speaker will be
Representative Michael Fried-
man, and Shirley Spear, presi-
dent of the Board of Directors,
will present special awards to
those people who have helped
JVS accomplish its goals in
1986-1987. The slate of of-
ficers and newly elected board
members will be announced.
JVS is a beneficiary agency
of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation and I'nited Way of
Dade County.
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Friday. June 5, 1987/The Jewish Floridian Pa^e 5-B
American Heart Association
Installs New Leaders
The Greater Miami Jewish Federation's
Women's Divisum held an Executive Commit-
., meeting. Pictured from left to right are
Elaine Ross, vice president for leadership
nfiment; Robbie Hershrwitz. secretary;
Bnai Zion
Maimonides
Chapter Events
Bnai Zion Maimonides
I'hapter is sponsoring a Sea
Escape Cruise to Freeport on
Sunday. June 14.
Maimonides Chapter is also
forming a new Couples Croup
'. Hroward ami Dade for "Fun
n Fundraising." The group,
which is planning day and
ekend trips, has the goal of
elping disabled veterans and
retarded children in Israel
More information about
r group is available From
I loldsmith in Broward at
-; '.116, or Arthur Klein in
Hallandale office at
Ellen Mandler. Women's Division president;
Terry Drucker ince president for community
education; Micki Hochberg, rice president,
campaign designate; Amy Dean, nee pnsi
dent, campaign.
Dr. Richard A Berger was
recently named President-
elect for 1987-88 by the
American Heart Association
during the organization's an-
nual dinner at the Biltmore
Hotel. Dr. Berger. a Miami
Beach resident, has lectured
throughout the Southeast and
in South America on the sub-
ject of coronary artery disease.
He has taught cardiology at
the University of Miami School
of Medicine and published im-
portant papers on the subject
of pacemakers.
Also installed at the
organization's annual dinner
were: Juan L. Aldrich, presi-
dent; Kristian D. Engh, chair
man; Anthony F. Crudele.
treasurer; Frank M. Fischer,
secretary;
Alan I.eiter. vice chairman.
Horacio Stuart Aguirre, Joan
M Ally. Arthur L. Bassett.
Douglas E. Fleenor, Nancj
l.ee Noble. G.L. Sanders, Son-
ja S. Wagener. and Grace
Wolff, vice presidents.
New members of the board
of directors include: Gustavo
Godoy, Ronald. Goldberg, and
Rosa Maria Ledesma.
ORT District VI
Convention
Delegates from the seven
southeastern states, represen-
ting 27,000 members of
Women's American ORT
District VI, will convene in
Miami on June 8 and 9, at the
Hyatt Regency Hotel, for its
Seventh Biennial Convention.
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Page 6-B The Jewish Floridian/Friday, June 5. 1987
Dr. Lehrman Keynoter
At B'nai Zion Convention
Dr. Irving Lehrman. rabbi of
Temple Emanu-EI for the past
44 years, has been selected to
deliver the keynote address at
the annual national convention
of B'nai Zion Friday. .June 12.
at Kutsher's Country Club and
Hotel in Montieello. N.Y.
Rabbi Lehrman. one of the
nation's foremost Zionist
leaders, will peak on "Sur-
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Jewry." He is national rice
president of the Zionist
Organisation of America, past
national president of the
Synagogue Council of America
and former national chairman
of the I'nited Jewish Appeal
Rabbinic Cabinet.
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I'nited States, was established
in 1908. It fosters the prin-
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C. Clyde Atkins, as chairman
<>f the local NCCJ chapter.
Atkins has beet) I member of
the NCCJ Executive Commit-
tee, serving in numerous
capacities, for more than I
decade. He received the NCCJ
Silver Medallion for
Brotherhood in 1969
In his professional life he
t<>ok senior status on Januarj
1, 1983 remaining active aa a
trial judge m the district and
sits periodically on the
Eleventh Circuit Court of Ap
peals. He served as Chief
Judge from June 1977 through
December 1982
Long active m community
endeavors, he serves on the
National Board of Trustees for
the NCCJ. He is a former
member <>f the Board of
Trustees for Merry Hospital
and St. Thomas University. In
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L. Abasi Human Relations
Award of the Anti-Defamation
League of B'nai B'rith. and
was awarded the American
Judicature Society Special
Merit Citation in Januar\
1988
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The Department of Florida
Jewish War Veterans Conven-
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Sheraton Bal Harbour Hotel.
Starting Friday through Sun-
day, announces President
LiUian Weintraub.
Saturday night, June 6. a
banquet will be held honoring
both the outgoing ('resident
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traub, and Ed Tyler.
Dade County CurH.jij
Jar Veterans. r,mmt^
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Friday, June 5, 1987/The Jewish Floridian Page 7-B
Youth Museum To Begin Summer Camp Program
The Miami Youth Museum at
the Bakery Centre in South
Miami will hold its third Sum-
mer Camp program with
three-week sessions running
from June 23 through August
21.
Programs will include weav-
ing, painting, sculpture,
pastels, print-making, collage
and more. Mothers and fathers
,an participate in "Partners'*
, lassos in the mornings.
The Museum will also
feature a Summer Arts Camp
for children in grades K-l' and
The Miami Youth Museum
recently inducted officers
the "KiilzCouncil." a teen
volunteer "rLMni/.Htmn. whose
era must be invi
ii the museum for i
..in >!' six months. 'I
President, Sofia Cresi
President, Amy v.
irden; Secretarj. Si i
man; Treasurer, Bui
St rper; Historian, l
Iman; Phone Committee,
. \.i\ itski; and Art Ven-
ire, Susan Rostov.
The Youth Museum an-
.mi- that from June to
i irtoln-r Hi it is planning an ex
hibition entitled "Young at
\rt: Hmiginn the Genera
ions." The multi-media
sentation will feature pro
fill nationally and lot-ally
aerlaimed artists. The exhibi-
tion will highlight the role that
older people play in passing
down the recollections and
traditions of their past, as well
heir ability to inspire and
instruct younger generations.
Featured artists include
70-year-old Elizabeth Layton,
whose collection of drawings,
Through the Looking Glass,"
graphically depict the univer-
sal realities and emotions of
aging. American folk artist
Mattae Lou O'KelU-y will also
be represented.
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Page 8-B The Jewish Floritlian/Friday. June 5, 1987
Temple Beth Moshe To Install
Officers At Shabbat Service
Rabbi Israel Jacobs of Tem-
ple Beth Moshe will install the
following board members and
officers at the Friday Shabbat
service at 8 p.m.:
President. Malvyn Trute;
Vice President. Jeffrey Here
feld; Vice President, Seymour
Smoller; Vice President Jay M
Tischenkel; Treasurer. Marro.-.
Kt-rbel: Corresponding
Secretary. Virginia Fiur:
Recording Secretary. Vivian
Lelchuk; Financial Secretary.
Lewis H. Robinson.
Board of Directors:
Lawrence Fein. Stephen
Goldstein. Howard Hollander.
Ricki Igra, Edward Levine.
Richard Marcus. Marion Mut-
chnik. Ruth Present. Joseph
Schwartz. Dr. Ilene Sosenko,
Clara Smoller.
Board of Governors:
Abraham Baumgarten. Bonnie
Brooks, Florence Linden.
Elaine Richman. Dr. Ceorgc
Segal, Rita Weissman.
Hospital Association Names
Board Of Directors
Seven administrators from
area hospitals were named to
the South Florida Hospital
Rally For Israel
Continued from Page 1-B
the Jewish Agency and the
World Zionist Organisation,
led Israeli forces which freed
the Jewish quarter of
Jerusalem from 19 years of
Jordanian occupation during
the Six Day War. The city was
reunified June 7, 1987.
Admission to Sunday's rally
is free and open to the general
public, but tickets are re-
quired. They are available at
the Temple Emanu-EI box of-
fice or at the offices of the
American Zionist Federation.
605 Lincoln Road Building.
Ambassador Rahamim Time-
Consul General of Israel. ...
represent the Israeli govern-
ment Sunday
Dr. Irving Lehrman. rabbi of
Temple Kmanu-KI and na
tional vice president of the
Zionist Organization of
America, will speak at the ral-
ly along with Harriet Green,
chairman of the board of the
AZ! of South Florida, ami
Fred K Schochet, publisher of
Jewish Ploridian.
Gerald Schwartz, president
the American Zion I
ration unit, is general
i', of tin rail) 'antor
. Shifman of Temple
tig, and
rd of the Depart
: Florida of tin- Jewish
War Veterans of the L'.S.A
will post colors.
Sundaj '.- meet ing also
marks the observance of Yom
/anal (Israel Armed Forces
Day) which is under the
ices of the JWV and of the
Herut Zionist.- of Florida SI
well ai of the American Zionist
Federation
SINGLES
TEMPLE SINAI Young
Singles (ages 20-35) will
be presenting a dance on
Saturday. June 13. 1987 at
8 p.m. at the Temple -1200
Johnson St., Hollywood. A
live band will provide the
music. Admission of $7
includes snacks and one
free drink. For further
information call Temple
Sinai-920-1577.
I WANT TO MEET a Jewish
woman 70 years old to get
married I have a condo-
minium Apt I am a long
time resident on the
Beach Please phone
5380709
Association's board of direc
tors for the 1967-1988 year at
the organization's annual
business meeting.
The new officers are:
Charles Sweat, chairman; .la\
Weinstein, vice
chairman/chairman -elect; and
Richard Stull, II. ad
m i n i s t r a t o r .
secretary treasurer.
New meml>ers of the board
are: Howard ('. Anderson.
Richard A. Pakan. Daniel I.
Stickler, and William H.
Comte.
Remaining memlH-rs of the
l>oard are: Edward .1. Mass,
John P. Laun. Fred I). Hilt,
Brian E Keeley. Edward J.
RosasCO, .Ir.. Frank SacCO, and
(ieorge R. Kerch
GULBRANDSENMESH
Bobbie and Carl Gulbrandsen. Jr. have an-
nounced the engagement of their daughter.
Sandra Lynn, to Scott Everett Mesh, son of
Sandy and Howard Mesh.
The couple were born and raised in Miami.
Both attended Miami Killian Senior High.
Scott received an Associate of Arts Degree
from Miami Dade Community College South
and also attended Florida State Iniversity.
Sandra was transferred from Miami by her
employer, Bell South Advertising and
Publishing Corp. of Jacksonville.
Scott is a mortgage broker with Davi> Mor-
tgage Consultants in Jacksonville, where the
couple resides
A summer wedding is planned
LIPOFFDANIELS
Nanc] and Norman Lipoff of Coconut
Grove are delighted to announce the engage-
ment of their daughter, Ann Elizabeth Lipoff
to Brian Robert Daniels, son of ("lam- Tan
nenbaum of West Pain, Bead and Nathan
Daniels of Woodmere, Nem York
Ann is the granddaughter of Gertrude
Bresaler Lyons of North Miam Beach, and
Brian is the grandson of Ruth Berger of Boca
Raton.
Ann graduated fron Th< Imer u I'niver
aity in Washington. D.C. and is employed In
Tail-For-lfen Sportswear Brian graduated
from the Universit) of Rochester. Rochester,
New York and is employ! bj Burdines
Ann and Brian are both involved in the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation as
members of the Young Leadership Council
Board.
A winter wi-ddmg is planned. The couple
will Ik- living in South Miami.
Sandra Lvnn .u I brands, n
and Scott Everett Mesh
Ann Elizabeth Lipoff
and Brian Robert Daniels
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Friday, June 5, 1987/The Jewish Ploridlan Page !>-B
Here's who'll really pay
the Florida ad tax.
Every floridian who's sick.
Companies that make
prescription and over-the-
counter medicines all spend
a lot on advertising. So do
drugstore chains that sell
them.
The Florida ad tax will
make them spend 5% more.
That extra 5% will either
go into their prices. Or come
out of the drugstores' non-
prescription specials.
Or the pharmaceutical
companies could cut down
on their advertising, leaving
your doctor 5% less informed.
Hither alternative could
be a hitter pill to swallow.
Particularly if youre old or
poor as well as sick.
When you come right
down to it. the ad tax is
really a tax on food, cloth-
ing, jobs, insurance, and
other necessities of life that
are advertised. Including
medicine.
So phone Governor
Martinez at (904) 488-4441
today.
Tell him that a tax on
advertised medicines is
enough to make you sick.
Repeal the ad tax.
This message is brought to you by this newspaper as a public service


Page 10-B The Jewish Floridian/Friday. .June 5, 1987
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Friday, June 5, 1987/The Jewish Floridian Page 11-B
Beate Klarsfeld Guest Speaker At WIZO Luncheon
By ELLEN ANN STEIN
Jtvxfk Flotidia* Stuff Writo r
More than 250 women filled
.1 banquet hall at the Biscayne
Marriot Hotel to listen spell-
bound as internationally-
known Nazi hunter Beate
Klarsfeld ahared some of her
experiencefl and hopes
Several thousand miles awa.
across the oceans in Lyon,
France, Nazi war criminal
Klaus Barbie, known as the
Butcher of Lyon. was on trial.
Beate Klarsfeld, a German-
born Protestant, married to a
French Jew whose father was
murdered in the Holocaust.
detailed her role in unmasking
Barbie in Bolivia, where he
- ad been living prior to his ex-
tradition to France
"IT WAS HERE in France
on April 6, 1944. the chief of
the Gestapo of Lyon, Klaus
Barbie, had 44 children in a
children's home arrested, all of
whom were eventually
assasinated in Auschwitz."
Klarsfeld I>egan.
"The first time I learned
about the Barbie case was in
1971 because a .listrut at-
torney in Lyon closed the Bar
hie case, and the reason was
very typical of German pro
editors. He saul there was no
proof that Barbie, before the
ration of France, had sent
e children direct!) to the gas
imbers
Klarsfeld said that was the
beginning of a moral issue, not
tolerate a German pro
-ecutor to have such an argU-
nt. Serge Klarsfeld, Beate's
lsltand. began to dig through
archives and conduct research
i ot only to establish tin-
children's proper names, but
to collect data about their
background and personality
Beate set out to find surviving
parents of the children.
"I FOUND a mother whose
three boys were deported from
this children's home, and she
was ready to go with me to
Munich and to start a hunger
strike as long as the district at-
torney would not reopen the
Barbie case. Finally, the
district attorney called and
said he could reopen the case if
he could get more evidence."
At that time, the prosecutor
gave Klarsfeld a picture of a
Bolivian businessman who
could be Barbie, but that was
all he knew.
Klarsfeld made her first trip
to South America, trying to
track down Barbie in Peru,
where he was last seen. But
Barbie, she was told when she
arrived, had left three hours
earlier to return to Bolivia. So
Klarsfeld went to Bolivia.
BOLIVIAN authorities
were not cooperative, and Bar-
bie went on television to say
the case was one of mistaken
identity.
Klarsfeld made a second trip
to Bolivia with another mother
"f a child who was taken from
the home under Barbie's
orders. She was a courageous
mother. Klarsfeld said, who
had lost three children and her
husband in the Holocaust
"Together we demonstrated
in La Paz." Klarsfeld said.
"We asked the population of
Bolivia to support Barbie's ex
tradition order from France
But the Bolivians ruled against
extradition "
KLARSFELD began inv
441 found a mother whose three
boys were deported from this
children's home, and she was
ready to go with me to Munich and
to start a hunger strike as long as
the district attorney would not
reopen the Barbie case. Finally,
the district attorney called and
said he could reopen the case if he
could get more evidence."
plementing a plan in 1972 to
kidnap Barbie and bring him to
justice in France The kidnapp-
ing effort, a plan to bring Bar
bie from Bolivia to Chile and
then to France, failed when
there was a change within the
Chilean government.
For Id years. Klarsfeld kept
Barbie under a close watch. In
1982, when the Bolivian
govemmenl changed. Barbie
was brought to France.
Klarsfeld, who flew to the
U.S. last week, also addressed
over 500 students of the
Hebrew Academy of Greater
Miami.
fort to obtain Brunner's
extradition.
Klarsfeld. who has been call-
ed a "Woman of Valor" by the
late Golda Meir. said she knew
practically nothing about war
crimes until she was 21 years
old. Having learned about
what really happened between
1933 and 1945, Klarsfeld said
that it is not enough for a
young German to go to Israel
to live on a kibbutz for a few
months or to plant a tree.
"AS A GERMAN, and not a
Jew, I think the great tragedy
of the Hitlerian experience
cannot be accepted by us (ier
Jewish Floridian Photo
Nazi hunter Beate Klarsfeld (center) with Mercedes Ivcher {left),
chairman of the WIZO Miami Board and Rosita Retelny,
membership chairman and recording secretary. Klarsfeld was
the guest speaker at the WIZO luncheon last week at the Mariott
Hotel in Miami.
She told The Jewish Flori-
dian that her efforts are now
directed at removing Austrian
President Kurt Waldheim
from office. Although
Waldheim did not directly kill
Jews, Klarsfeld said, he was a
member of the German Army
and was a liaison officer, which
meant he prepared reports
about activities of the opposi-
tion which led to arrests and
the deaths of partisans.
"I was furious when he was
campaigning, and when we
trieo to prevent his election,
we told Austrians that a man
like Waldheim will damage the
image of Austria." In recent
weeks, the U.S. Justice
Department placet! Waldheim
on a watch list banning him
from entry into the United
States.
KLARSFELD'S efforts are
also now directed at getting
Alois Brunner. one of Adolf
Eichmann's righthand men,
extradited from Syria, where
he was unmasked by Serge
Klarsfeld in 1982. Brunner
deported Jews during the
Holocaust from Germany,
Austria. Greece and France
The Syrian government.
Israel's enemy, has refused to
extradite Brunner. and the
Klarsfeld's have twice been ex
pelled from Syria m -heir ef-
mans as a historic accident
after which we can draw a line
of oblivion and non-
responsibility," Klarsfeld said.
Klarsfeld has received inter-
national recognition and
awards for her efforts and a
television movie was made
about her life. She has
established a foundation in the
United States at 515 Madison
Ave., New York, to help
publicize both her and her r-
band's efforts and to raise
funds to support their work
and publications, which are
distributed free to university
libraries and holocasut infor-
mation centers.
Klarsfeld's activity in the
area of human rights and
tracking down Nazi war
criminals began in 1967 when
she worked as a secretary at
the Franco- Berman Office for
Youth.
SHE WAS dismissed from
her job after having denounced
the Nazi past of the then Ger-
man Prime Minister. Kurt
Georg Kissinger. Research in
the archives permitted Beate
and Serge to clearly outline
Kiesinger's responsibilities as
head of the Hitlerian radio
propaganda.
Beate made this file public
and resolved to arouse the
Beate Klarsfeld
public conscience. News pic-
tures were taken of Klarsfeld
as she was forcibly expelled
from a session of the
Bundestag after having inter-
rupted the Chancellor's speech
with shouts of "Na/.i" and
'"criminal."
She publicly promised to slap
him in the face, a gesture to
show the world community
that the generation of the
children of the criminals re-
jected the rehabilitation of
Nazism which the presence of
a former Nazi propagandist in
the Chancelorj would
represent.
SHE ACCOMPLISHED the
slap by slipping into the Con-
gress of the Christian
Democrats in Berlin and.
before several hundred
deputies and journalists, mak-
ing her way to Kiesinger by
disguising herself as smiling
secretary with a steno pad,
when she let him have it.
Besides bringing Barbie to
trial, the Klarsfelds played a
key role in bringing to justice
and winning indictments
against three former members
of the Nazi SS guard for com-
plicity to murder in the depor-
tation of 50,000 Jews from oc-
cupied France to Auschwitz.
SS-officer Kurt Lischka was
sentenced to 10 years in jail in
1980, while his chief col-
laborators, Herbert Hagen and
Ernst Heinrichsohn, drew 12
and six years each.
THE KLARSFELDS have
been the target of threats, and
.lewish Floridian Photo
an attempt to kill the couple
was made when a parcel with a
Iximb in it was delivered to
their home. In 1979, the
Klarsfeld's car was destroyed
by a time bomb.
Yet the woman who stood
before the audience at the
Marriot Hotel in Miami last
Thursday appeared calm and
somewhat quiet. She said her
style is not one of addressing
meetings, but of action.
Klarsfeld was invited as the
guest at the closing luncheon
of the year for WIZO
(Women's International
Zionist < Organization).
WIZO is an organization
with an army of some 280,000
volunteers in r>n countries. In
Israel, WIZO supports 670 in-
stitutions and centers for
youth, babies, woman, girls in
distress and the elderly.
WIZO FLORIDA supports
three projects in Israel: the
Miami Beach Community
Center in Ramat Gan, a day
care center in Rishon LeZion
and the Jerusalem Home for
Young Women in Distress.
Florida WIZO contributes
about $200,000 a year for
these projects.
WIZO has 12 chapters in the
United States, the Miami
chapter being the first one
started about six years ago.
said Rosita Retelny, member-
ship chairman and recording
secretary. Mercedes Ivchar is
chairman of WIZO Miami. Lea
Freund is chairman of WIZO
Florida.
She told The Jewish Floridian
that her efforts are now directed at
removing Austrian President
Kurt Waldheim from office.
Although Walheim did not
directly hill Jews, Klarsfeld said,
he was a member of the German
Army and was a liaison officer,
which meant fie prepared reports
about activities of the opposition
which led to arrests and the deaths
of partisans.


The Rabbi Alexander S. Gross
Honors
The 1987 Graduating Class of the
Fana Holtz High School
Jewish Stars of 1987 Our Jewish Leaders of Tomorrow
Alex Amselem
Leanne Austin
Gil Baker
JackBenEzra
Sandra Benchimol
AvramBenhamu
Ronald Benveniste
Esther Berkson
David Brafman
Julie Burstyn
Ellahou Cohen
Raziel Cohen
Esther Dermer
Jordan Dlttfiek
Zlpora Ellenbogen
Andrea Flngerer
TamaraFox
Benjamin Freedman
Karen Gelman
Barry Ginsberg
Oavld Goldstein
Laurie Gottlieb
Mlto^ Hershkowrtz
Betty Hyman
Daniel Kadoch
Fred Klein
Steven Lauderdale
Harry Lett
Lisa Lelbowltz
NealUpner
CarynMaltz
Jeffrey Meyers
Karen Miller
Gabrtelle Nekfkh
UsetteRedter
liana Rlgwan
Elizabeth Rosenberg
Ervvln Rosenberg
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DavkJRousso
Sarah Schrager
Marjorte Singer
llanSredni
Jeffrey Stem
Sheryl Strauch
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Page 14-B The Jewish Floridian/Friday, June 5, 1987
Profile: Abraham J. Hirschfeld
By ELLEN ANN STEIN
JrviAh FlofidimH Stq/f Writer
There's an old saving in the
hotel industry: the first and se-
OOnd OWIMT lose their shirts.
and the third owner generally
cleans up.
So Bai B A I. rah am .1.
Hirschfeld. ( developer who recently pur-
chased the Konover Hotel on
Miami Beach for $14.5 million.
The hotel was opened al*>ut 18
yean ago as a Playboy Club.
Its second owner was Harold
Konover Hirschfeld bought
the property from Konover.
BESIDES neing bullish on
the future of Miami Beach.
Hirschfeld, of New York City,
says that making an estimated
$10 million in renovations, in-
cluding a new kosher
restaurant and Orthodox
synagogue on the second floor,
is simply a good business
move.
"1 generally am looking lor
undervalued real estate to
develop, and this is under-
valued. The replacement value
would be $150 million." he
said. Thus, with the theme "f
"elegance" in mind.
Hirschfeld figures the renova-
tions of the hotel, now called
The Castle, will enable him to
have a "five-star hotel at a
three-star price."
Hirschfeld and his wif<
Zipora are planning to give \i\
their New York residence .
their 5.000-aquare-foot I'.
Beach penthouse and call
Miami Beach home.
"I LIKE personally to greet
the guests in the morning, to
shake hands with them, to
have a personal relationship
with the people." he says.
Hirschfeld Realty is a family
business that includes
Hirschfeld's son Elie, who is a
graduate of Brown University,
and his daughter Rachel, who
is president of the Culinary
Society of America and is a
graduate of Cordon Bleu cook-
ing school in Paris and the
New York University School
of Education.
Abraham Jacob Hirschfeld
was born in Tarnow. Poland.
He lived there until he was 13.
"My father foresaw the
Holocaust, and he t tok the
family to Palestine in 1988,"
he aaya "Unfortunately,
almost all my uncles, aunts and
cousins have been lost in the
Holocaust."
WHILE IN Poland.
Hirschfeld's father Simon had
a successful scale factory.
When they relocated to Petach
Tikvah. a city near Tel Aviv.
Hirschfeld recalls. Ins father
also opened S scale factory, but
since the Arabs still used
stones as tools of measure-
ment, the business did poorly,
and at the age of 14 Abraham
Hirschfeld had to go to work.
He left school and went to
work in an orange grove A
few years later he joined the
army. Then, he opened a fac-
tory manufacturing
ammunition.
His business brought him to
the United States with his wife
and children for a visit in 1960,
and his wife found life easier
here and made him stay, "even
though I still feel my heart is in
Israel."
WHEN HE came to the
United States, he remained in
the metals business, but
changed to real estate five
yeara later.
"My mother taught me it is
always better to have one good
t'ii a mesa t h a n 1 0 bad
businesses," he said
Hirschfeld's real estate Yen
lures include his purchase of
the Statler Hilton n N>
York, the former Pennsylvania
Hotel. When he did. he receiv
ed comments similar to some
he received about his purchase
in Miami Beach, that it was not
a prime area. But the hotel in
New York was quite suc-
cessful, he said. And things
look promising here, too.
"I think Miami Beach has
the nicest beach in the world,
and Collins Avenue is the
nicest avenue,' says
Hirschfeld. whose organiza-
tion has already taken
membership in several Miami
Beach civic and community
organizations.
Abraham Hirschfeld. new owner oj th> < 'astir Until, formerly the
Konover.
"I like personally to greet the
guests in the morning, to shake
hands with them, to have a
personal relationship with the
people," he says.
Abraham Hxrtckfeld. owner of the Castle Hotel with hotel
bartender Paco Jane.
THE C A 8 T LI
Hirschfeld' '
business \, "j*
managed bj p*1"6*
Hotel ,
manages the i
;in,i **"""......elainS!
I tomingn
\
merit of Tel<
!;.u
I rump ["hat project
million squan I .,-,,.. ..
development
ol Manhattai that*
8,000 res lent
million
sion and motion i
studios H.
dorf Towers, ,
under construct
Manhattan
, His renoval i : mj [ rft,
Castle include a health dub
that will be modeled liter
health dub. The V. n .
in New York, which ha?
20.000 men I
THE BEALTH CLUB wil
have rol
classes J it 1 ,
ot exert equipment uid
about five
have mil era
une content
Dead s>
Karlsbad
mud
can bai
in the V ai
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theatre in
turn- d int
atre, ai
rung to op *
would be
dans I 'I .
The po> ire i will be
renovati I includii.
decorative I ndge that will be
built over '.' swimming pool
and all the rooms, Hirschfeld
ays, will In- "refurbished from
A toZ."
Hirschfeld is currently a
trustee of the Fifth Avenue
Synagogue in New York City
and has contributed to the
United Jewish Appeal of Palm
Beach. His wife is life
member of Hadassah.
HonTinH'r Vatmnktq/n, a Sowiet refuxenik.
has tried t" JOSH hM parents in the United
Statm fr t0 years. On Thursday. May 2H.
tied by hi* wife LudmiUi and mm Yeiyeny.
th> family WO* rrurntxl I'irtureil nt Miami
Inlernatumal Airport are FoifB Vassershteyn
(mtithrri. Yevgeny. Vladimir Yassershteyn.
Michael Vansemhteyn (father), and Ludnula
They were greeted by mombert ,,f th (',
Miami ./,;r,sh Federation awl th, Re$CUt
Migration Service of the National Council qj
h Woman. Jewiak Family Service, a
beneficiary agency o/ Federation, will help
with the family's remttUmt
Coiernor of Virginia CharUs H


Friday. June 5, 1987/The Jewish Floridian Page 16-B
.4// smiles at the community dinner announc-
ing the opening of the Fontainebleau Hilton
Hotel's new, $t million honker facilities are,
from left. Victor Harel. Israeli Foreign
Ministry official who spoke at the function;
Leo Safom, general manager of the Fon-
tainebleau Hilton; Dr. Irving Lehrman, rabbi
oj Temple Emanu-El; and Stephen Mms.
owner of the resort and convention hotel.
Fontainebleau Hilton Opens $2 Million
Kosher Banquet Facility
The hors d'oeuvrea were
draped around a table with
large ice sculptures of the Star
David and a menorah as
about 250 leaders of the
Greater Miami Jewish com-
munity helped Fontainebleau
Hilton owner Steve Muss
celebrate the opening of a $2
million Kosher Banquet Facili-
t> at the Miami Beach resort.
iuest of honor was Victor
II trol, who is with the legal
claims department of the
Foreign Ministry of Israel and
is the former press counselor
for the Israel Embassy in
Washington.
The new Kosher facility.
which is capable of creating
10,000 meals for an occasion,
was built in conjunction with a
- million expansion of
eeting space and banquet
facilities.
At the festive opening last
week the Carmel wine was
poured as each table had a
bucket of sour tomatoes and
pickles. The appetizers includ-
ed gefilte fish with horseradish
and miniature hot knishes.
Then came mushroom barley
soup followed by a salad with
artichokes and hearts of palm.
The main course featured
sweet carrots and chicken stuf-
fed with spinach.
The facilities will incor-
porate separate areas for
meats, as well as dairy' ser-
vices. Hotel representatives
said the Fontainebleau is now
the only major hotel outside of
Chicago and New York with
completely separate facilities
dedicated only to kosher food.
The new area includes
ovens, ranges, dishwashing
machines, as well as serving
dishes and utensils for both
meat and dairy food
production.
The facilities will be under
the supervision of Rabbi Ralph
A. Glixman of Miami, who with
his rabbinical team of super-
visors, will be responsible for
insuring that all meals served
at the Fontainebleau Hilton
are in-keeping with the strict
dietary laws of the Jewish
faith.
Hotel management, led by
general manager Leo Saloni,
anticipates the addition to at-
tract substantial national
Jewish conference business, as
well as increase the number of
local functions held in the ban-
quet facilities.
i
1I < 'ommerce and Profession.-' Ihvisum of the
'' iter Miami Jewish Federation held its an-
nual celebration dinner at the Omni Interna-
tional Hotel. Pictured from left to right are
Howard Socol, chairman of the Hoard of Bur-
lines, recipient of the 19S? Harold B.
Boeworth Award for his dedication and sup-
port of the Jewish community; poet Bosworth
recipients Bill Baros, Harold Beck and Eli
Timoner.
U 900 mm and women attended tht Ti
Her To/mid Sisterhood's Annual 0
hem .a the Konovt Hot* I recent
Etta Stern, (At H
1 WQ '''' /''
Sarah Klaus airwoman of tht donor
Rabbi Eugem Labovitz. Mrs. Etta
. ana M,s Goldu Cohen, president oj
Tempi Ner Tamid
Happening
I he new group, Friends ol ( oleman, Formed lo benefit ( amp
Cowman, southeast regional tamp of the Union of American
Hebrew Congregations, will sponsor a cocktail part) and dinner
on Saturday at 8 p.m. ai Temple Beth Sholom
Those interested in the dinner or in the camp should contact
Jolie Lisenberg Cummings at <>(}<>-1,347
Bet Shira Congregation Day and Religious Schools will honor
Prednca and Ray Applebaum and Shelley and Phil Bergman at a
Dinner Dance to be held on Saturday at Temple Samu-FJ/Or
Olom Both couples have been affiliated and involved in various
capacities with the Synagogue for 18 years For reservations call
the Synagogue office
Bob Levy, president of Robert M Levy and Associates, public
and government relations specialists, has been appointed chair
person for the 4th District of the American Advertising Federa-
tion's Legislative efforts The appointment by Rob Pace, newly
elected Governor of the 4th District
Ldward Gillman. an account supervisor with Seithn and Com-
pany. Insurance, has been appointed a lay member of the State
Board of Nursing Homes, according to Governor Bob Martinez
Gillman is the son of County Court Judge Marvin Gillman and
Barbara Gillman of the Gillman Gallery
Beth Torah Congregation's USY. United Synagogue Youth
chapter, held its annual election of officers The officers are Cory
Zigler, president. Jeff Zurawin. programming vice president. Ken
Weisberg. religious vice president. Natalie Libow. recording
secretary. Jason Rogozinski. corresponding secretary. Jodie
Weinstein, treasurer, and Gary Greenspan, member-at-large
The Adlai Stevenson Democratic Women's Club will hold its
Installation Luncheon on Sunday, at 1 p m at the Shelborne
Hotel Bennet Brummer. public defender, will be the installing
officer
Jewish War Veterans South Dade Post No 778 and Ladies
Auxiliary will hold their next meeting on Thursday, June 1 1 at 8
p m at Temple Israel South, where William F Saulson will
speak on the sub|ect of an incomplete exodus in a speech entitled
Moses Left 10.000 Jews Behind
The new group. Knends of Coleman, formed to benefit Camp
t oleman. southeast regional camp of the Union of American
Hebrew Congregations, will sponsor a cocktail party and dinner
on Saturday ai 8 p m at I emple Beth Sholom
I hose interested in the dinner or in the camp should contact
Jolie Eisenberg Cummings ai 666-1347
Bet Shira < ongregation Da) and Religious Schools will honor
I redrua and Ra> Applebaum and Shelle) .wul I'lul Bergman at a
Dinner Dance lo !>< held on Saturda) .u I emple Sanw-LI Oi
Olom DOtn COUples have been affiliated and involved in various
capacities with the Synagogue Foi 18 years I ot reservations call
the Synagogue office
The installation ol South Dade Council ol B'nat B'rith I odges
and I mis will hold a brunch with Malcom I romberg as guest
speaker on Sunday June 14, 11 a.m at ike Kendalc Takes
Countr) Club Miami Harry Yablin and Arthur Bassman are In
. harge
The Hope Center Players, a talented group ol mentally retard
ed performers will take their musical rendition of Tame to nur-
sing and retirement homes this month A special traveling uerfor
mance has been scheduled The first will be on Tuesda) June i at
Douglas Gardens Home and Hospital for the Aged I or additional
information cal Aileen Ross at 545-7572
Bob levy, president of Robert M levy and Associates, public
and government relations specialists, has been appointed chair
person for the 4th District of the American Advertising federa-
tion's Legislative efforts The appointment by Rob Pace, newly
elected Governor of the 4th District
Ldward Gillman. an account supervisor with Seitlin and Com-
pany. Insurance, has been appointed a lay member of the State
Board of Nursing Homes, according to Governor Bob Martinez
Gillman is the son of County Court Judge Marvin Gillman and
Barbara Gillman of the Gillman Gallery
Beth Torah Congregation's USY, United Synagogue Youth
chapter, held its annual election of officers The officers are Cory
Zigler. president. Jeff Zurawin. programming vice president. Ken
Weisberg. religious vice president. Natalie Libow. recording
secretary; Jason Rogozinski. corresponding secretary'. Jodie
Weinstein treasurer, and Gary Greenspan, member-at-large
The Adlai Stevenson Democratic Women's (Tub will hold Us
Installation luncheon on Sundav at 1 pm at the Shelborn.
Hotd Bennet Brummer. public defender will be the installing
offit et
Jewish Wat Veterans South Dade Post No 7m and ladies
\n\iliaiv will hold theit next meeting on I hursda) une 1 1 at 8
,, m at Temple larad South when- William I Saulson will
speak on the subject ol an Incomplete exodus in a speech entitled
Moses I eft Id (MM) Jews Behind "


Page lrt-B The Jewish Flondian/Fndav. -Inn. 6 L987
Temples Celebrate Confirmation/Graduations
Toras Ernes Academy
Kindergarten Graduation
The Kindergarten Gradua-
tion of Toras Ernes Academy
will take place on Tuesday
June 1G at 11 a.m. in the school
auditorium, according to Mrs
Naomi Bloom, Early
Childhood director,
The graduates will present a
play, "The Alef-Bet People
Meet the ABC's" and Rabbi
Kalman Baumann. principal of
the school, will address the
graduating class, which will in-
clude: ETiezer Beckerman,
Mordecai Bernstein. Ettie
Brill. Shoshana Davis. Aliza
F ro h 1 i n g_e r B r ac ha
< loldenberg, Psachya Glixman;
<" a I m a n J a n o w >ki. A r i
Lamet, Chans Rivka Lampert,
Avi Lichtman, Dovid Mandel,
Rachel Morgan, Chana Malka
Orimland, Moshe Perl,
Yonatan Perl, Chaim Russ,
\'-.alia Schloss, Shlomo
Sprung, Estee Stem. Chaimke
Theil, and Moshe Aryeh
Yachnes.
A reception for the
graduates and their families
will take place after the
ceremony.
Lehrman Day School Graduates
Dr. Lehrman will honor IS
graduates of the Lehrman Daj
School of Temple Emanu-F.l
Thursday. June 11. at 9:30
a.m. during the annual com-
mencement exercises of the
Miami Beach Hebrew da)
school named in his honor.
Those who will rec
special recognition include
Hilarm Guanipa, son of Mr-
Elena Coello; Elena Vanina
Chmea, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Alberto Chmea
(Catherine Esther Dorfman.
daughter of Mr. ami Mrs
Roberto Dorfman: Ryan Oliver
Feig, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Steve Feig; Leonard Scott
Feuer. BOO "f Mr. and Mrs
Jerold Feuer; David I...
Goldfarb, son of Mrs Karen
Berger Goldfarb; Paola
Hadida. daughter of Mr and
Mrs .lose Hadida. Carol Karen
Leibovich, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Norberto Leibovich;
Rhonda Lynn M it rani,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elias
Mitrani and Vanessa Nivei
(laughter of Dr and Mrs. .John
Niven.
Also Doron Perelman, son of
Mr and Mrs Moshe Perelman
ZekeJay Roaenfeld, son of Mr
and Mrs Mario Roaenfeld;
Hilit Shifman, daughter of
Cantor Yehuda Shifman
Sarit Shifman. Kristopher
Samuel Taplm. son of Martin
Taplin and Patricia Taplin and
Yohanna Warticovschi,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs Jose
VYartici >\ schi.
Adath Yeshurun Graduation Classes
Adath Ye-hurun will hold
graduation ceremonies for 33
students from the Hai Class on
Sunday, at 10:30 a.in Tl
students have completed '
years or more of Jewish
education.
In addition, two 12th
graders will receive diplomas
from the Central Agency for
Jewish Education, with whom
Adath CO-sponaors the Judaica
High School. These students
have completed an additional
five years of education, enabl-
ing them U) obtain from CAJE
a Sunday School Teacher's
License.
The Hai Class students will
present a cantata entitled.
"The Last Jew.*' and the Ed
Graff Memorial Award for Ex-
emplifying Jewish Ethics will
be presented during the
ceremony.
Hai Class students are: Julie
Aronson. Paul Auerbach. Ben
jamin Bierstein. Joshua
Cohen. Melissa Frankel. Ari
Beth Isaackson. Jonathon
Levine, Craig Mandelbaum,
Alyssa Mishcon, Deborah
Nab
D ian< Nabat, Jefl
Rothenberg, Allison Rutter,
Joshua Silverman, Joshua
Vova, Laura Wilensky \
V.triv. Heather Yeck<
Samantha Krulewitz, Andrew
Becker;
Michelle Cohen. Pamela
Cohen. Larry Franco. Koin-rt
Helmsong, Doron Markowitz.
Gregory Metzger, Joanna
Moses. Adam l'enchansk\
Deborah Schrager. Michelle
Warhaftig. Steven Zaprutaky
and Gary Milstein.
Daniel Bergman and
Michelle Carter are the 12th
grade graduates
Adath Yeshurun's Youth In-
stallation Banquet. "Yad
B'vad" or "Hand in Hand,
will take place on Sunday
June 14. from 6-8:80 p.m.
The program will include
dinner, awards, and the in-
stal'ation of new Youth
Officers
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Receptions
673-2258
Socials-Reuniont
Temple Beth Am
Religious School
Graduates 53
Temple Beth Am Religious
School graduated S3 students
from the Elementary Level of
the Hebrew Department dur-
ing Completion Ceremony.
Rabbi Leonard Schoolman
gave the opening remarks at
: he ceremonj Principal
Dorothy Merman awarded
trophies to outsianding
student.--, who, under the direc
tion of Lenore Kipper, Hebrew
supervisor, and their teachers,
llian Hechtman, Dalia Biton,
Harriet Waaaerman, Eliat
Joahufe and Sara Morton, took
part in an afternoon sen
with their parents
In the fall, the following
students will begin their
liar'bat mit/vah training. Han
Arboleda, Jennifer Barber,
Stephanie Bercuaon, Ellen
Berger, Howard Merman.
Michelle Bernard, Jody Bill
inga, Jaaon Biondi, Rochelle
Bimbaum, Brittany Blanco.
Wendy Bio
Jared Danziger, Seth E
inger, Amj Erbesfeld, Hunter
Feingold, Jonathan Frankel.
B r ad 1 y Green, Din a
Greenberg, .' Greei
wald. Eric Halberg, Adam
Handelsman, Cheryl H
.lill Herman, Darrei Herb
Lee Kesaler, Michael Levine,
Stephen Levine;
Muhael Margolis, Edward
Marks, ha; id Meinbach. Toby
MUlman, Jeffrey Neubarth,
Tarin Pales, Jenny Pertnoy,
Brad Preaner, Daniel Rogers,
Matalie Ross, chad Rubin,
.hired Rubin, Steven Sandier.
Darren Schenkler;
Jeremy Schiffman Andy
Schillinger, Brian Schneider.
Al> se Sch wart/. Brit t
Solomon. Jeffrey Stewart.
. Strongin, Danielle
Yablin, Ami Young, Jory
/.ami. and Tiffany /.lent/
Adath Yeshurun
Confirmation
Classes
On Thursday, during
Shavuoth services, Adath
Yeshurun will hold its Confir-
mation Exercises. Fifteen
students in the ninth grade
class will present I cantata en
titled "Stand and Be
Counted," reaffirming their
commitment to Judaism's
teachings.
These students have con-
tinued beyond the required
five years of religious school
ami attend weekly classes on
contemporary topics and tradi-
tional Jewish texts, through a
cooperative effort with the
Central Agency for Jewish
Education.
Following the service the
Confirmands and their
families will have a buffet
luncheon.
The Confirmands are:
(iarett Berman. Brian Carter.
Dahlia Chesnoff. Marc
Cendler. Miriam Graff. Linda
K u b i I i n. Kmini Mailer.
Michelle Metzger. Melissa I're
/ant. Rochelle Rubin. Relterra
Sterner. Beth Suiter, Alan
Tempkina, Deena Liebern
and Marrti I.ichstrahl.
Rochelle Baltuch is Edm
tion Director
. i
Junt the M
1 (A Daind a
)'an. Tm .,<: abow in
daughU lira /.' u > 1 I
Iff xnd lira Stai ,/ vr lliehat IBuchu
Mrs Mithat Bui...... \ hoUuFrber
i 'y
Confirmation And Graduation
At Beth Torah Congregation
Ninth grade students of the
Harold wolk Religious School
were confirmed at SI loth
Beth Torah < i
gregal ion'i Benny R
pus
Th nfirmandi
ticipated in the SI
Shacharit service and pi
ad ;i cantata entitled "II
Last Jew Robert VYhitebook,
president of the < Congregation,
Robert Billig, president eli
Sonia Hochman, Education
vice president. and Rhea
Schwartzberg, Edu<
director, pr. lent d t he
student i with their
tificatev awards .i; d .
The award- included the
Joseph K
\ ."..ird and the Mollie Kal
Memorial Aishel i hayil
Award endowed
children of Joseph K
the Emily (;
Vward i yj .
Kahaner 8
Schorr Mi i
lowed i M.
t h e R
Memorial \ .
Mr and Ms
The nintl
mandi
Jeffrey I
Kraus, Ja I S
and Jod VYeii ten
At tht
ind Ronit Z
their grad lal
Torah Juda
program Tl
with >
i ral as *<

for J<
Vbraham Gitti
Direct r i
Kabbi Alexander 8. Gross Academy
To Graduate High School (lass
Forty nu,. .
seniors will receive their
diploma.- at the graduation
ceremonies of the Rabb Alex
ander s Cross Hebrew
Academy Senior High School
on Tuesday, June 16 in the
school's auditorium at ^ p.m.
The lysT graduating class
includes many students whose
achievements and honors have
brought national attention and
recognition to the Academy.
according to Rabbi Yossi
Hsbsr, high school principal
and Jessica SchultS, assistant
principsJ.
Six student.- have U-en nam-
ed National Merit Scholarship
Finalists. They are Ronald
Benveniste. David Hrafman.
Jordan Ditchek. David Golds
tein, Jeffrey Meyers and
Yaakov Weinreb.
The class also includes 15
members of the National
Honor Society, and 17
students who were awarded
the Presidential Academic
Fitness Award. These
students are Sandra Men
chimol, David Hrafman.
Eliahou Cohen, Jordan Dit
chek, Zipora Ellenbogen, An
dres ringerer, Benjsmin
Kree.im.in. Barry Ginabi
David Goldste n Laurie I
tlieb, Frederic Klein. Steven
Lisetts Redk
Elizabeth R
R th<
Laudi rdale. I
f re) II e v e i
Rosenberg Shery
and Yaaro'\ \\
Other
graduating class '''
AmseJem. Leai Vustn
Baker. Jack Bt '
Benchirool, Avt
Ronald Benvemst* Esther
Bsrkaon, David Brafman. Julie
Buratyn, Eliahou I
Manor.e Singer Hai Sn h
Jeffrey Stern Shery >i
Dianns Wen.:-. x
Wemreb. and rheodorc
Wohlford
Raizel Cohen Esl
Dermer, Jordan Dii
Z.pora Ellenbogen. Andrea
Fingerer. Tamsn Fox Ben-
jamin Freedman, Mw %
Gelman. Barry Ginsl
David Goldstein, LauM '"
tlieb, Ashley Hemhrnann.
M.tchel HsrshkowiU, Betty
Hvmsn. Daniel K.
Frederick Klein, Stev.
Lauderdak, Harry I "
UaaUibowiu S .
Caryn Malu Jeffrey
Karen Miller. (1
1


Friday, June B, 1987/The Jewish Floridian Page 17-B
Temple Emanu-El
Confirmation Service
-V
Annual Confirmation ser-
, of Temple Kmanu-El was
i at the Miami Beach con-
cation with Dr. [rving
Lehrman officiating.
Honor confinnands include
rav Aroch, daughter of Mr.
Mrs. Yehoanua Aroch;
my Hassan, son of Mr. and
Mrs David Hassan. Elizabeth
i daughter of Mr. and
Arturo Belkind; Jaime
. a, son of Mr. and Mrs
rt i Chmea; Leigh < !ohen,
ter of Mrs I toria Cohen.
-. ..!: Itiamond, sun of Mrs.
S'jna 1 >iamond; Kfir Eliaz, son
Mr. and Mrs Samuel
Vndrew Feldman, son of
Gold Coast BB
Youth Elect
Officers
Gold Coast Council of
B'nai B'rith Youth
Li cation elected new of-
rs for the 1987 B8 year at
Council's annual Spring
ention in West Palm
h.
new board of the Aleph
. Meph (hoys component)
i aded bj President Kenny
a 17 -\ ear-old .Junior at
? inish River High School.
is a past President of
LVhaim AZA in Boca Raton.
ra on the board are
lei Frieser. Programm-
\ ice President. I>ann>
rn and Jon Bon,-.
-hip Vice Presidents;
Herman. Secretary; and
Frost, 'haplain
new President of the
B'rith Girls is Lisa Stein
i 17 year old Jui ior, also
River Higl Scl
a founding men I
President ivna
ii >i has previousl
the <
Pn dent; Pan I
l.ai V'avner M< n
Pn lenl Ra hel
Se
Chapl
Na'amat
USA
' i supp'". the parentless
n I .
b) the < >r I on
da). June 11 at noon in
Social Room of the North
at Turnberrj in North
M imi Beach.
According to Kaiuel Rub, a
luncheon will Ik* served
the public is invited with
eedl to go directly to the
Day Night homes ir Israel
sored by Na'amat.
Bertha Liebmann will lead a
dialogue on "How are the
cultural, religious and political
relations between Israel and
American Jewry evolving now
that new generations have
come of age*" at the Wednes-
12:30 p.m. meeting of the
Masada Chapter. The session.
which will include a mini
lunch, will take place at the
incil offices. 606 Lincoln
Road.
Mr. and Mrs. Michael
Feldman; Eric Piahman, son of
Dr. and Mrs. Johnny Fishman;
Jason Gordon, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Barry Cordon and I.i/.elte
Kabak, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Elias Kabak.
Also Stuart Kessler. son of
Mr and Mrs. Louis Kessler;
Saggy Kfir. son of Mr. and
Mrs. Morris Kfir; Elie Kurzer,
son of lr and Mr- Oscar
Kurzer; Renate Manns.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Walter Grundwald; Jennj
Molcho, daughter of Mrs. Rose
Molcho; Ronnie Pereli.s, son of
Mr. and Mrs Joseph Perelis;
Joej Rosen, son of Mr. and
Mr- Boris Rosen; Eric
Si" on of Mr. and Mrs.
N >rman Schwarz; D&\ id
Silvers, son of Mr. and Ml
Chuck Silvers; Todd Stabinski.
of Mr. and Mrs. Luis
Stabinski; and Val Vinokurov.
son nf Mrs. Kama Vinokurov.
" rutting a thret year preschool program,
ntudents of the Huh!,, Alexander S. Gross
Hebrew Academy Kindergarten will rec* i
".;'. indicating tht in ducatumal profi-
ciency in a graduation n many to >>, held on
Tuesday at 9 a.m. intht academy auditon in
Thi theme forth* graduation program irill be
"Jewish Calendar in Ri Hew,' n musical
fir, mentation oftht holidays and special events
oftht year. The presentation, which will in-
Imi, ,,,,-), member oftht kindergarten class,
was written faculty. Kindergarten si mi, nts "//.. will > it-
tending first grad* next year are: Nili Eps-
tein, 'I'lln Falic, Ronny Furer, Elana Galbut,
Arthur Glozman, Aaron Gluck, Orly
Goldfeder, Michael Harari, Yisroel Heber,
Dand Holand, Gilit Konski, Bella Kramer,
Sharon l.< in, Antal Levine, Andrew L<
Rachel Maya, Osnat Nagar, Tanya Fames,
Daniel Partouche, Adam Perl, Joshua
Rosenblatt, Sussan Reiz, Rachel Saka, llan
Schimmel, Sol S< if, Yaakor Selmar, Dov />'< r
Shapiro, Laura Trien, Michael Turken,
Shimmy Weberman, Abigail Weiss, Sarah
11. us. Slum,,' Weiss, Shragit Weiss, Daniel
11. rba, Joshua Zalis, and Angela Zhertin.
Ct>
Margot Bergthal
public is invited
saul
the
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FToridian/Friday, June 5, 1967
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born in France, and I am anx-
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am sure that we have a lot in
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I can ytime at
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mar-
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<< Til H-
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h other We had time and
energ) f the things
we iked and we were In-st
friends as well as spouses.
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spend all our time and ideas on
different things. When we're
together, we still share in-
terests, but unfortunately
those interests are; the laun-
dry, dinner, the bills, and the
rent.
By the time the weekend
rolls around, we're too tire do anything but sleep. I think
that the "big chill" has set in
: I want unfree
Yo ii
Married to a Stranger
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quire, difficult to sustain. In
college, where you an i
iraged to think and pia>
with ideas all the time, most
of the work is done for you.
[f you and your wife talk about
.our j"i>- u 'i -riare your ex-
periences, rea and
discuss them, see thought
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and spend some of .-
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other friend- t>th separate-
ly and as a couple, you may
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receding a hit.
And U for the laundry, rent.
bills, etc don't discuss
them. They are tasks which
should I*- discharged as
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should not be confused with
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Yours. Nomi
Dear Nomi:
I am seriously depressed. I
feel like I'm looking worse
than 1 ever looked in my life.
which makes me want to stay
locked in my house all the
time. 1 know that it would be
best to go out. and meet peo
pie. even go out on dates with
men. but 1.Hiking as 1 do now I
feel that A) no one would In- at
traded to me and B) if so
meone were, it wouldn't be BO
meone I liked, because who
would find me attractive ex-
cept for a real loser?
I figure that if I dieted and
worked on myself. I would feel
good enough about mv looks to
go out, but every time I start
dieting I get depressed and
lonely and end up making
friends with the refrigerator
again. What should I do?
Sincerely,
Couch Potato
Dear ("ouch Potato
Woody Allen once said
something to the effect of:
"I wouldn't want to be a
member of a club which
would admit me as a
member." It seems to me
that you are suffering from
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Forget trying to be perfect
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Then put on y ish your hair, and v-
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the ".- begin to like yourself, other
people will find you likeable
aS well.
Ami then, with all the new
friends you're going to
nuke, you won't have time
to socialise overmuch with
the refrigerator.
Yours. Nomi
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ing offeree! t<> members of the
North Miami Beach Communi-
ty by Dr. Ann V, Ruben, i
psychologist, SI a tribute to
her longtime friend and artist.
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The meetings will take place
in Dr. Kulien's office even
Monday morning in June, from
10 a.m. until noon.
Dr. Kulen was an associate
professor in the Graduate
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at Barry University for almost
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Synopsis Of The Weekly Torah Portion
. -Ye shall bless the children of Israel, ye shall say unto them
The Lord blens thee, and keep thee"
NASO
N ASO The number of Lovites between 30 and 50 years of ace
eligible to worship and minister in the tent of meeting was H 580
All those persons considered unclean either Ix-aus*- they were
lepers, or had a discharge, or had touched a corpse were expell-
ed from the camp. Thereafter, follow the regulation affecting
adultery and the Nazirites; and the account of the various offer-
- made by the princes of the tribe* after the tabernacle was
finally constructed
h. recounting ot the Weekly Portion of the Law is etracted and based
The Graphic History of the Jewish Heritage edited by P Wollman
'samir $15. published by Shengold The volume is available at 75 Maiden
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Friday, June 5, 1987/The Jewish Floridian Page 19-B
-

Jewish Vocational Services
Dedicates New North Dade Branch
The Jewish Vocational Ser-
JVS), a non-profit social
e organisation, will
rate the opening of its
new North Dade Branch on
' <>
An open house will In- held
to 11 a.m.. with dedica-
ceremonies at l< a.m.
The branch office, located in
North Miami, is now offering
dual and group counsel-
ervicea by the JVS Com-
munity Service Department.
Agencj professionals are pro-
college ami career
-eli ng. employment
ince, and counseling for
miing disabled teenager
: services are specifically
i to assist youth, single
-. and mid-life career
WILSHIRE RENTAL
Large Furnished On* Bedroom
Apartment Face* Lake/Pool'
Jacuzzi Walk To Tempi**. $480.
Leas*. 24 Hour Security. Free Hot
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changer- m determining ap-
propriate career alternatives
and securing j..h placement.
The new office is located at
12550 Biscayne Blvd., Suite
504, North Miami.
For more information con-
cerning Jewish Vocational
Service's complete range of
services, contact its central of-
fice at 576-3220.
Farewell Party
For Olim
Making Aliyah
A farewell party will be held
tn honor those from the Miami
area who are making Aliyah
over the next few months to
make their new homes m
Israel. It will take place on
Sunday, al 7:30 p.m., at the
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion, Miami.
Local Mohalim Members of Brit-America
Kabbi 1'inrhu tloof
Mud. i.io&l !9J-1.100
Kr. ..1011 IM-1S04
Dear*} Bearh
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Kabbi Staaiav J Raratna
Sladv: 13061 SU-21S*
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Miaxai Bearh
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Dr. Y. Aaroa Karblum. Ml)
(HTitt: (3061 3*1-6210
Office: (3051 Mt-5731
Kea 13061 36K-7K3X
Hoc* Kalon Poaxpaao
Rev Urael laraa-lot
Stad. (306) 647-3055
Kea: 1305) 647-0463
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ined aad reli|poaal. aolkorucd
a* akilled. eiperieaced aad v. or-
Bat Mitzvah
Heather Kllen Metzger
HEATHER METZGER
Heather Kllen Met/.ger.
daughter of Mr. and Mr-.
Harold Metzger, was called to
the Torah as a Bat Mitzvah on
Saturday, May 30 at Temple
Samu-El Or Olom.
The celebrant attends Ham-
mocks Junior High School
where she is in the 7th grade.
She is Vice-President of Tem-
ple Samu-EI Or Olom Kadima
and is a member of the Jr.
High Concert Rand.
Mr. and Mrs. Metzger
hosted a reception in honor of
the occasion at the Airport
Marriott Hotel.
Special guests included
grandparents. Eva Metzger
and Ada and Al Kornell. all of
Fort Lauderdale.
Florida Friends
Of Lubavitch
Dinner June 14
Florida K r i e n d s o f
Lubavitch will hold its Annual
Scholarship Dinner on Sunday,
June 1 1 at Temple Muses on
Miami Beach. The Annual af-
fair is a fund raising event pro-
ceed.- of which go t<> help spon-
sor the numerous scholarships
which the Torah Institution
sponsors. The Landow
: i iva has an "open door"
policy, whereby no child is
turned away because of a lack
of financial ahilit\ to pa)
tuition.
Kabbi Abraham Korf.
Regional Director of Chabad in
Florida has announced that
the organization's Life Part-
ners, those who have pledged
in percent of their income to
Chabad, will be the honorees
at the event. Guest speaker is
Rabbi Gersoh Schusterman,
spiritual leader of Friends of
Lubavitch of Orange County in
California.
PHYSICIANS ASSOCIATES
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IS PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE
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BETH YOSEPHCHAIM
CONGREGATION
843 Meridian Avenue
Miami Beach, Fla. 5312120
Rabbi Dow Rozencwaig
Daily 7 20 am Altamoon 5 30 p.m
Sal 9am
AOATH YESMURUN
1025 NE Miami Gardens Drive
North Miami Beach 947 14J5
Rabbi Slmcha Freedman
Cantor Ian Alp*>rn Conservative
$'
Minyan 730am 16pm
Sat 4 Sun 6am 4 6pm
Shabbat aarv Sal S 30 a m
Saimon Sal 6 30 a m
Bal Mitrvah Sain Kotin
TEMPLE BETH AM
5950 N Kendall Or
S Miami M7-SSS7
Or Herbert Baumgard
Senior Rabbi
Rabbi Leonard Schoolman
Frl 8 15pm 'Searching lor oui Judaism and
Finding II "Sal II IS am Bar Mitrvah
Zachary Sagai
BETH DAVID CONGREGATION
2625 S.W. 3rd Avenue 854-3911
Jack Riemsr. Rabbi
Robert Albert. f
Cantor
Rev. Milton Freeman.
Ritual Director
f)
Sat 9am Same*
Minchah al 7 45 p m
Daily Minyan
Sun 6am A 5 30p m
Mon ft Tours 7 30 a m 4 S 30 p m
>un Wfd A Frl 7 45 am 4 5 30pm
Sat i hr bofor a aunaal
BETH KODESH
Conservative
1101 S.W 12 Ave
Rabbi Man Shapiro
Cantor Joseph Krtsael
Rose Berlin Executive Secretary
8566334
sarvicaa Monday Thuitday 7 30 a m
Sal 8 45 a m
TEMPLE BETH MOSHE
2225 NE 121 St N Miami. FL 33181
8015506 Conservative
Or Israel Jecobs. Rabbi ^_
Dr Joseph A. Gorlinkel. (Wb\
Rabbi Emeritus -if
Moshe Frledler Cantor
Fn 7pm
Sal 8 45. m
Waaiday aiv Mon Fn lam
Mon Thura Sp.m Sun 8 30 a m
Haoraw School Giadualion Shauolh aan
Wad S Thura 8 45 a m Thun Yirtor Sarv
TEMPLE BETH RAPHAEL
1545 Jefferson Ave.. M.B.. FL 33139
Tel. 538-4112
Cantor Nlssim Benyamlni
Eva aarv 4 p.m. Sat 15 a m
BET SHIRA CONGREGATION
7500 S.W. 120th Street
238 2601
Rabbi David H. Auerbach
Cantor Stephen Freedman
Fn Sarvicaa6p.m Sat aan S.Mai
Bat Mii/vah Maiama oian
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM 538 723 \
Chase Ave. 6 41st St later*
0" I EON MONISM. FeamxMng Sanior Rabbi
GAMY A QllCKSTCIN. Hal
< jOi t. Am Wary Ra
CANTO". DAVID CONVISiB
Frl 8 15pm Spac aarv honortng Camoi David
Cooviaar a nattnamanl MalaHaifixi olhcari t
Board Sratarftood 4 Brotharhood Sal. 10:46 a m
B'not Mltivah Ruth Orukar. SMrtay MMfcu.
Francaa Shap.ro 4 Bavarly Ungar
BETH TORAH CONSERVATIVE
CONGREGATION 947 7528
1051 N Miami Beach Bred
Or Mai A Lipschiti Rabbi
Zvee Arom, Cantor
Harvey L. Brown. Exec Director
Daily Sarvlcai Mon Frl 7 30am
6 5 30 p m
Sal 25 a m S 7 16 pm
Sun 8 m 4 5 30 p m
*V.
CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION
Temple Beth Shmuef
1700 Michigan Ave Miami Beach
534-7213- 534 7214
Barry j Konovitch. Rabbi 'If*-
Moshe Buryn Cantor WJ
Sergio Grobier President "'
Sholem Epelbeum. President
Religious Committee
TEMPLE EMANU EL
1701 Washington Avenue
Miami Beech
Or Irving Lehrman. Rabbi
Auxiliary Rabbi Maxwell Berger
Yehuda Shifman. Cantor
Maurice Klein. Ritual Director
Gerald Taub Executive Director
Kaboalat Shabbat al 6 p m
Sal 9 a m Di Irving Lahrman will praach
Canioi Vahuda Shiiman will chant
Honoring lha 1967 Gradualaa ol
tha Lahrman Day School
HEBREW ACADEMY
BETH EL CONGREGATION
2400 Plnetree Drive. Miami Beach
532 8421
Cantor. Rabbi Solomon Schiff
TEMPLE ISRAEL
Of Greater Miami
Afiami s Pion09' flitoim Congragalion
137 NE. 19th St.. Miami. 573 5900
9990 N Kendall Dr.. 595 5055
Senior Rabbi Haskell Bernat
Assistant Rabbi Rex D Perimeter
Cantor: Rachelle F Nelson
Cantor Emeritus:
Jacob G. Bornstein
Director of Education
And Programming Jack L Sparks
Fn Sp.m
Downtown Rabbi Ran D Paflmatar A
Blaaalng on Your Haad Liturgy Cantonal
Soiont Harvay Kautman Kandall Rabba
Haakall M Barnal Tha Roaanbargt and lha
Pollaida Liturgy Cantor Rachalla F Nalaon
TEMPLE JUDEA
5600 Granada Blvd Reform
Coral GaWee 687 5457
Mtcheel B. EteenaUt. Rebel
Frl 6 p.m
TEMPLE KING SOLOMON
910 Lincoln Rd. Tel 534-9776
Rabbi Marvin Rose
Shoshanah Raab. Cantor
Sarvicaa Fn 7 30 p m
Sat 9:30 am
Onag Shabbat win lollow
TEMPLE MENORAH
620 75th St.. Miami Beach 33141
Rabbi Mayer Abramowiti __
Ari Fridkis. Assoc Rabbi f
Cantor Murray Yavneh \
Sal 9 a m Sabbath aarvica
Daily Minchah Sunday Friday
6 a.m and 6pm
Sal 9am and SISp.m
TEMPLE NER TAMIO
7S02 Cartyfe Ave..
Miami Beech 33141
Rabbi Eugene LabovtU
Cantor Edward Klein
Duly aarv Mon Fn. 6 a.m. S IIS p.m
Sal Mtncha6i5pm Sun 830am I
S34S
133
:fj
6 15 p m
SHAARAY TEFILLAH
ol North Miami Beach
971 Northeast 172nd St
North Miami Beach
651 1562
Yaakov Sprung. Rabbi
SHAARE TEFILLAH OF KENDALL
232-6833 Modarn Orthodoi
Rabbi Hershel Becker
Sat 9 30 a.m aarvica at
Tampia Samu-EI
9353 SW '52 A.a
S ol N Kandall Or
TEMPLE SINAI 18801 NE 22 Ave
North Dede s Reform Congregation
Ralph P Kingsley Rabbi 932 9010
Julian I Cook. Associate Rabbi
Irving Shulkes Cantor
Barbara S Ramsay Administrator
Fn Sp.m
Awrd> lor outalanding Synagogua School
atudanla Sarvicaa condoctad by Rabbi Ralph
P Kingalay 4 Cantor Inrtng Shulkat t Rabbi
Julian I Cook
TEMPLE ZION ISRAELITE CENTER
8000 Miller Dr. Conservative
271-2311 ^
Dr. Norman N. Shapiro. Rabbi, 'Jt\
Benjamin Adler. Cantor w-
Davld Roaenthal, Auxiliary Cantor
Minyan 7 am Monday S Thuraday
Sunday 9 a.m
Fn 8 15pm
Sarvicaa conducted by 0' Norman N Shapiro
Rabbi Liturgy by Cantor Baniamm Adlar
Saimon Blasaings ara tor Evaryona Sat
(am Bar Mitnah Adi Sloan


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OBITUARIES
M.J. Kopelowitz, 80, Passes
MJ. (Jimmy) Koiielowitz.
87, of Miami, jxassed away May
30.
Mr. Kopelowitz had made his
home here for the past 60
years coming from St. Louis.
He was a member of Temple
Emanu-El and Beth Kodesh
Synagogue, a founder of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion and the Miami Jewish
Home and Hospital and served
on the Board. A member of the
Cosmos Lodge F and AM, St.
Louis Scottish Rite Moolah
Temple. OES. Emunah
Chapter 175.
He is survived by his wife
Dorothy and daughter Joy
Fine of Blowing Rock, NC:
brother Charles Kopley, Los
Angeles; grandchildren
Steven. Wayne, Bradley and
Julie.
Funeral services were held
with interment at Mt. Nebo
Cemetery.
S1LBER (SILBERER). Alexander Schura
Saacha. 81. of Coral Gables Service* were
held Interment at Star of David
Cemetery
SPIELBERG. Gilbert. 60. of Kendall. May
27 Service* were held
STARR. Theodore L 62. of Chagrin Fall*.
Ohio, formerly of Kendale Lakes. Miami
Service* held in Ohio
IN MEMORIAM
The Board of Directors, Staff and Residents
of the Miami Jewish Home and Hospital for
the Aged and the Tenants of Irving Cypen
tower deeply mourn the passing of
M.J. (JIMMIE) KOPELOWITZ.
As the First Chairman of the Board, Former
President and Lifetime Board Member of the
Miami Jewish Home, he was a dynamic force
and dedicated advocate of the growth of
services for the elderly of South Florida. He
was much beloved and will be sorely missed.
Deepest condolences are with his wife,
Dorothv daughter Joy Fine and grandchildren.
I hrou^h years ol dedicated ser* i<
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had bren a resident hen- I tha pa
imiag froaj v yon Mr
.'itt-r Lran (Dmgi SchwarU
Mart] i I v
Si. nbcrgi '"- iiatara, Elital
rar, Eleanor Ltvinaaa tua ^rand
.-hudren Michael and Rn-n-t.i -. crv
MOSES
Moftaa resident of Miami since I
l.rn in New York City. IVc *. ItlQ Bel..v
ed husband of Lillian Klingrr M.ises fa M
years devoted father of Bonnie Moee*
Rubin of (learwater El In- Michael (Mar
thai Moses of Miami and Robert iSandrai
Hmm of Plantation cherished grandfather
of Arthur Enc and Tracie Rubin. Jennifer
and Hilary Moses. Andrew and Jeffrey
Moses Mr Moses was in business in Miami
and Hollywood for 47 years operating
Miami Children's Shop. Sister and Brother
Tigs. Junior Town and The Casual Shop at
I Ntdeiand He was a former member of Tern
pie Beth Sholom of Miami Beach and
Hibiscus Masonic Uslge Services held st
Rubin Zilbert Memorial Chapel
EINKELSTEIN
Mrs Jennie. 92. of Miami, passed away May
M She had been a resident of Miami for the
past 36 years coming from New York fit)
Beloved wife of the late Otto Einkeistrin
She is survived by sons. Allan of Miami
Howard of Lancaster. Pa Bernard of San
Mateo. fa daughter Nance of Miami I
grandchildren and f> great grandchildren
sisters. Sadye Apfel of Now 1 ork CfctJ and
Ruth Hersog 1-aguna Niguel. Cal Ser
rieoo held at Riverside Memorial Chapel
with interment at Star of I>avid Memorial
Park
TtiRNEK. Ceha. !M at North Miami The
Riverside
ZOI.TAN Irene Peggy 91 of North
Miami Fternal Light
Kremer Dead
At Age 90
NEW YORK (JTA)
Funeral ervicei were held
Friday (Ma> 29) fur Chfuiea
Kremer. a Rumanian-born
dentist who wai instrumental
in bringing abool the deporta
tion from the United States of
Archbishop Valerian Tnfa. the
Rumanian dene who was the
leader of the fascist Iron
Guard which fomented a
massacre of .lew.- in H icharest
m 1941. Kren er her*
Tui la) (Ma) 261
illness. He was 90 .
UBKKMAN
Maj |( n 1 Hallandale. passed away May
Mr l.iehrrman was a prominent
Iki- nesMiutn in Ikjrham. MC until moving to
the late (O'l Ko wa* a
tier .f B'nai B'ntl
itrr Miami Irmsh Eeilera
Broword Jeish Fadaral
. iju of Hollywood, past I're-
Beih El Congregation for eight years, past
lent if 1'JA for I" years, both in
iKirham. NC; founder of Blumenthal Jewish
Home for the Aged in Clemm.ms NC and
a. active in Israel Bond Campaigns for
H \rars He is survived by his wife
Hannah, son. Norman (1 iJcanl Lieberman.
Miami .laughter Beverly E (Bert! Anker
l'..tomi<\ Md 4 grandchildren. Elvse Jen
nifer and Neil Andrew Anker M.ndy I*olie
and Seth Ian Lieberman. Services were held
at the Alton Road Chapel of The Riverside
HERMAN. Stanley Howard of North Miami
Beach LotW Weinstein
ENGELSBCRC l^on. 85. of North Miami
Beach. June 2 1-evitt Weinstein Inter
ment at Star of liavid Cemetery
r INKKI-STEIN Mrs Jennie. 92. of Miami.
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Friday, June 5, 1987/The Jewish Floridian Page 21-B
Foreclosure Sales Public Notices
NOTICE <)K BALE
PURSUANT TO CHAPTER 45
IN THE CIRC1 IT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR DADE
CO! NTT, FLORIDA
GENERAL Jl BI8DICTION
DIVISION
CARE NO. 86-4601*
SEC 10
FEDERAL NATIONAL MOR-
TGAGE ASSOCIATION, a
I mird Slate* corporation.
Plaintifflsl
*|
MARIANO H E I T O R
SAl.AZAR. et al..
mf.'ti.lanKiil
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
pursuant to an Onler or Final
.Incitement entered in this case
noil pending in said Court, the
style <>f which is indicated above. I
will sell to the highest and best
bidder for cash on THE SOI Til
STEPS of the Dade County ('our
thouae in Miami. I>ade County
Florida at 11 00 o'clock AM on
the 22nd day of June. 1M7. the
follow mix described property:
I nit No 67-G. of WOODS LAN
DING. PHASE VIII. a Con
liomimum. according U> the
Declaration thereof, aa recorded
in Official Records Book 10749. at
Page 972, aa amended by Amend
ment recorded in Official Records
Book 11126. at Page 1829. and in
official Records Book 11546. at
Page 1864. of the Public Records
of Dade County. Florida.
DATED (Ac 2nd day of June.
IM7.
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk of Circuit Coart
iCirrait ( oart Seal)
by Mana Sama
liepyt Clerk
\ttoraey for Plaintiff
Koaenthal A Y arch in P A
Suite 800
3050 Biscayne Boulevard
Miami. Florida 33137
Publianed 6 5-12
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 84-8650
I>ivi.ion 04
IN BE ESTATE OF
JOHN S JONES.
Deceased
FORMAL NOTICE
BY PUBLICATION
TO Unknown beneficiaries or
Heirs at Law. Living or dea.1.
their respective heirs and all
persons claiming by. through
and under ami or ma. '-
infants, incompetents or
otherwise sui juris Residence
unknown
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that a
Petition for Determination of
Heirs has been filed in this court
*nd you are required to file your
written defense* to the petition
with the clerk of this court and to
serve a copy thereof not later than
June 23. 1987. on petitioners at
torney. whose name and address
are:
MARTIN W WASSERMAN.
ESQUIRE
999 Waahington Avenue
Miami Beach. Florida 33139
If you fail to do so. judgment may
be enured in due course upon the
petition
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of this court on May 8. 1987
RICHARD P. BRINKER
As Clerk of the Court
By HOLLIS L LANCE
Aa Deputy Clerk
First publication or poatmg on May
16. 1987.
16711 May 16. 22, 29. June 6.1987
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the underssgned. deainng to
encage in hiaainses under the fic-
titious names of Development
Assistance Group. Dominion Ap-
praisal Services, Dominion Mor-
tgage Corp. South: Dominion
Management Service*, Dominion
Mortgage Corporation. Dominion
Inauranee, Dominion Land A Title.
Dominion Construction Corp..
Dominion Export Company at
1000 Ponce de Leon Boulevard.
Coral Gables. Florida 33134 intend
to register amid name* with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida
DOMINION COMPANIES. INC
By Howard R Dosmea. President
Bruce M. Boiko. Eaq.
LAW OFFICES OF
BRUCE M BOIKO
Attorneyi for Dominion Com-
pamea. Inc
1000 Ponce De Leon Blvd
Coral Gables, Florida 33134
1306)446-6464
15771 June 5. 12. 19, 26. 1987
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH Jl DICIAL
CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR
DADE CO! STY. FLORIDA
GENERAL
JURISDICTION
DIVISIION
CASE NO. 1*6-25562 CA 08
NOTICE OF ACTION
FLAGLER FEDERAI
SA\ INGS AND LOAN
ASSOCIATION OF MIAMI
' 'nited State*. Corporation
Plaintiff,
IORGE RODRIGUEZ, etal.
Defendants
To MARIA H BICCL JOSE D
RICCI. CARMEN GOMEZ and
A NIETO residence and
rharaabouti unknown, being
all of the memhers of the I^ast
Hoard if 1 Nraetori of E X Pi IRT
MARKETING CORP a
dissolved Florid-' -orpuralion.
as Trustees of said dissolved
corporation.
JAY RICCI and M H BICCL
residence and wherebouts
unknown being all of the
members of the Last Board of
Directors of MARINE
MARKETING INTERNA-
TIONAL CORP a dissolved
Florida corporation, as
trustees of said dissolved
corporation
YOU ARE NOTIFIED, that an
action to foreclose a mortgage on
the following described property in
Dade County. Florida
Unit No 106. located at
10300 N W 9th Circle
Street. Miami. Florida, of IN-
DIAN LAKE VILLAGE
CONDOMINIUM, a Con-
dominium, according to the
Declaration of Condominium
thereof, as exibits thereof,
recorded in Official Records
Book 9867. at Page 1253. of
the Public Records of Dade
County; as amended,
together with the mor-
tgagor's undivided interest in
the common elements ap
purtenant to said unit,
together with the parking
space assigned to said unit
has been filed against you anil you
are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any. to it
on Keith. Mack. Lewis A Allison.
Plaintiffs attorneys, whose ad
dress is 111 N.E First Street.
Miami. Florida 33182, on or before
June 19th. 1987, And file th.-
original with the Clerk .if this
Court either before service on
Plaintiffs attorneys or immediate-
ly thereafter, otherwise a default
will ( entered against you for the
relief demanded in the complaint.
WITNESS my hand and seal of
this Court on the 13th lay of May.
1987
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk of the Court
By Barbara Rodriguez
Deputy Clerk
16728 May 22. 29;
June 5. 12. 1987
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 86-841
Division 03
IN RE ESTATE OF
ALBERT CARLO
Deceased
FORMAL NOTICE
BY PUBLICATION
TO: Unknown benefkaines or
Heir*-at-Law. Living or dassi
their respective n*,ri *^ *"
persons claiming by. through
and under and or may be
infanta, ineompetenti or
otherwise mii jun*. Residence
unknown.
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that a
Petition for Determination of
Heirs, ha* been filed in this court
You are required to serve written
defense* to the petition not later
than June 26. 1987, on petitioners
attorney, whose name and sddrea*
^MARTIN W WASSERMAN.
ESQ
999 Waahington Avenue
Miami Beach. Florida 33139
and to file the original of the writ-
ten defenses with the clerk of thi*
court either before service or im
mediately thereafter Failure to
serve written defenses sa required
may result in a judgment or order
for the relief demanded in the peti
Uon. without further notice
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of this court on May JL MET
RICHARD P. BRINKER
As Clerk of the Court
By REINA E ALEXANDER
As Deputy Clerk
First publication or posting on May
16, 1987
15715 May 15, 22. 29. June 5, 198.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERAL
JURISDICTION
DIVISIION
CASE NO. 86-51072 (II)
NOTICE OF ACTION
FLAGLER FEDERAL
SAVINGS AND LOAN
ASSOCIATION OF MIAMI, a
United State- Corporation
Plaintiff.
VI
AMAYRA G LOPEZ, et al..
I lefendanti
TO AMAYRA G I.OPE/ former
ly known ai Amayra G. CoUtO,
individually, and as Trustee for
IVAN .1 COUTO; IVAN J.
COUTO. individually; and
GUILLERMO LOPEZ,
residence unknown, if alive, and
if dead, to all parties claiming in-
terest by. through, under or
against the said AMAYRA 0
LOPEZ formerly known as
Amayra G. Cotlto, individually,
and as Trustee for IVAN J
COUTO; IVAN J COUTO. in
dividually: and C.UILLERMO
LOPEZ, and all other parties
having or claiming to have any
right, tittle or interest in the pro-
perty herein described.
YOU ARE NOTIFIED, that an
action to foreclose a Mortgage on
the following described property in
Dade County. Florida:
Condominium Unit No. 52 of
MANGO HILL CON
DOMINIUM NO 2. a Con-
dominium, according to the
Declaration of Con
dommium thereof, filed for
record July 13, 1977, under
Clerk's File No.
77R-170224. in Official
Records Book 9739, at
Page 884, of the Public
Records of Dade County,
Florida, as amended,
together with the Mor-
tgagor's undivided share in
the common elements ap-
purtenant thereto, and
together with Parking
Space assigned thereto,
has been filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of
your written defense, if any, to it
on Keith Mack Lewis & Allison.
Plaintiffs attorneys, whose ad
II) N E 1st Street
Miami Flomta 83132, on or before
June 19th. IB87, ami file the
original with the Clark of this
Curt either before Mrvice on
Plaintiffs attorneys or immediate-
ly thereafter, otherwise, I Default
will l>c entered against you for the
relief demanded in the Dxnptaint.
WITNESS my hand and seal of
this Court on the 12th day of May.
1967
RICHARD P BRINKER
Cl.-rk of the Court
Bj Barbara Rodriguez
Deputy Clerk
15726 May 22. 29;
June 5. 12. 1987
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT.
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA
Case No. 87-15659 CA-24
NOTICE OF ACTION
NORWEST FINANCIAL
AMERICA. INC..
Plaintiff.
MARY HAWKINS, et als.,
Defendants.
TO: Mary Hawkins, a/k/a Mary A
Hawkins
207 Race Street
Everman. Texas 76140
You sre hereby notified that the
foregoing action to foreclose a
mortgage on the following describ-
ed property in Dade County
Florida:
Lot Sixteen (16) in Block
Thirty-Ekrht (38) of FIRST
ADDITION TO MYRTLE
GROVE according to the Plat
thereof aa recorded in Plat
Book Fifty-Seven (57) at
Page Two (2) of the Public
Records of Dade County.
Florida
also known sa 3291 N.W. 172 Ter
race. Miami. Florida 33054
You are required to serve a copy
of your written defenses, if sny, to
and on Elliot L Miller. Plaintiffs
attorney at 960 Arthur Godfrey
Road. Suite 116, Miami Beach,
Florida 33140 on or before July 10.
1987 and file the original with the
Clerk of this Court, otherwiae a
default will be entered against you
for the relief demanded by plaintiff
in its suit to foreclose arid
mortgage
Dated this 1 .lay of June, 1987
Richard P Bnnker
By Barbara Rodriguez
Deputy Clerk
15774 June 5. 12. 19.26, 1987
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
87-21.179(29)
FLORIDA BAR NO: 0IK46K
NOTICE OF SUIT
ALVIN KOENIG and
GERALDINE KOENIG, hi- wife
Plaintiff i
in
SARA.I FERRERI.
Defendant.
TO SARA .1 FERRERI
APARTMENT B
2019 GREENWOOD
AVENUE NASHVILLE
TENNESSEE 37206
YOU. SARAH J FERRERI. are
hereby notified that a Notice of
Suit has been filed against you. and
you are required to serve a copy of
your Answer on Plaintiffs Alvin
Koenig and Geraldine Koenig. his
wife, c/o Ronald L. Davis, PA.
Attorney for Plaintiffs. Suite 407.
Skylake State Bank Building. 1550
N.E Miami Gardens Drive, North
Miami Beach. Florida 33179.
Telephone (305) 940-2362. and file
the original Answer or Pleading in
the Office of the Clerk of the Cir
cuit Court on or before the 19 day
of June. 1987 If you fail to do so.
judgement by default will be Liken
against you for the relief demand
ed in the Notice Of Suit.
THIS NOTICE shall be publish
ed one each week for four (4) con-
secutive weeks in THE JEWISH
FLORIDIAN.
May 18. 1987
RICHARD P BRINKER. Clerk
Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
BY T CASAMAYOR
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
15733 May 22. 29: June 5. 12. 1987
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Nasxber 87-2388
Division 03
IN RE: ESTATE OF
IDA SEIDEN.
Deceased
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
(Florida Bar No. 048326)
The administration of the estate
of IDA SEIDEN. deceased. File
Number 87-2388. is pending in the
Circuit Court for Dade County,
Florida. Probate Division, the ad
dress of which is 73 West Flagler
Street, Miami. Florida 33130. The
names and addresses of the per
sonal representative and the per
sonal representative's attorney are
set forth below
All interested persons are re-
quired to file with this court.
WITHIN THREE MONTHS OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE: (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 May 29. 1987
Personal Representative:
RICHARD SCOTT SCHAFLER
10 Graae Square
New York. N Y 10028
JULIE SCHAFLER DALE
480 Park Avenue
New York. NY. 10022
Attorney for Personal
Representative:
ALAN R. LORBER. PA.
1111 Lincoln Road. Suite 680
Miami Beach. Florida 33139
Telephone (306) 638-1401
16747 May 29; June 5. 1987
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, desiring to
engage in business under the fic-
titious name Construction
Management Services intends to
register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade Coun
ty, Florida.
Lester Hochberg
15736 May 22, 29;
June 5, 12, 1987
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, desiring to
engage in business under the fie
titious name Cash For Chex in-
tends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida
Sheryl Newman
15737 May 22, 29;
June 5, 12. 1987
Deborah Greenfield, RN, of
Mount Sinai Medical Center's
Nursing Education Depart-
ment, has been named Chair-
woman of the Professional
Development Committee for the
South Florida Chapter of the
American Association of
Diabetic Educators, for
1987 1988. The Committee
strives to promote information
and education concerning
diabetes, for the general public.
Greenfield was also elected
President of the Association of
Patient and Community
Health Education for
1986-1987.
Business
Notes
The Miami Beach office of
Thomson McKinnon Securities
announces that Terry Ross
Shammay has joined the office
as financial consultant.
Seventy-two attorneys and
over 150 support staff from
the law firm of Fine Jacobson
Schwartz Nash Block and
England moved into the Cen-
Trust Financial Center during
the weekend of May 29.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No. 87-1M71 04
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF
WILBY CAMPBELL, husband
and
BRENDA CAMPBELL, wife
TO: Ms Kr.-n.ia Campbell
Residence Unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY
NOTIFIED that a petition for
DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE
has been filed and commenced in
this court and you are required to
serve a copy of your written
defenses, if any. to it on ARTHUR
H. LIPSON. attorney for Peti-
tioner, whose address is 801 N.E.
167 Street Miami. Fla. 33162 and
file the original with the clerk of
the above styled court on or before
June 12. 1987; otherwiae a default
will be entered against you for the
relief prayed for in the complaint
or petition.
WITNESS my hand and the seal
ot said court at Miami. Florida on
this 7 day of May. 1987.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
Aa Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By JOHN BRANDA
Aa Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
15704 May IS. 22. 29. June 5.1987
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, desiring to
engage in business under the fic-
titious name CALLE OCHO TIRE
at 2747 S.W. 8 St., Miami, Florida
33135 intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Flondii
G.R. TIRE No. 2. Corp
ARMANDO GUTIERREZ.
ESQUIRE
Attorney for
G.R. TIRE No 2. CORP
2153 Coral Way. Suite 400. Miami.
Florida 33145
15724 May 22. 29; June 5, 12, 1987


Foreclosure Sales Public Notices
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH Jl Hit I M
MKI I IT OE FLORIDA IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
GENERAL JCRISDKTION
DIVISION
CASE NO. *7 20**9 CA-24
NOTICE OF ACTION
SHADOW LAWN SAVINGS
AND LOAN ASSOCIATION
Plaintiff
v.
El GBNI C SMITH
et ux
Defendants
To EUGENE C SMITH
and ROSALIA SMITH
his wife
I Village Cowl
Elgin. Illinois hHU'0
YOU All NOTIFIED that an
action for Foreclosure of Mortgage
on the following described
property
Lot Hi .n Bk-k ft, of F'AKK
\ II.I.AS TOWNHOUSIS.
SKT10N TWO according
o thr Plat thereof, ay re.
"i in Plat Book 1(19. al Page
>. of thr Public Recori
Hade County Florida
has been filed against you ami you
are required to serve a copy of
your wntten defense*, if any. to it.
on Sheppard Fabcr. Attorney for
Plaintiff, whose address is Suite
214. 1570 Madruga Avenue. Coral
('.ahles, Florida. S314* on or before
Junr 26. 1987 and file tnr original
with thr Clerk of this Court either
hrfore tenner on Plaintiffs at
torney or immediately thereafter.
othervnoe a default will he entered
against you for the relief demand
ed in the complaint
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of this Court thin 22 day of May.
1987
RICHARD P BRINKEK
Ai Clerk of the Court
By BARBARA RODRIGUEZ
Aa Deputy Clerk
15756 Mav 29 June 5 12. 19. 1987
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File NuWi 8&-3M1
Division 03
Florida Bar No. 251143
IN RE ESTATE OF
ALBERT SPIRO
Deceased
FORMAL NOTICE
BY PUBLICATION
Tt > I 'nknown beneficiaries or
Heirs-at Law. Living or dead.
their respective heir* and all
persons claiming by. through
and under and or may be
infanta, incompetents or
otherwise sui juris Residence
unknown
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that a
Petition for Determination of
Heirs has been filed in this court
and you are required to file your
written defenses to the petition
with the clerk of this court and to
serve a copy thereof not later than
June 13. 1987, on petitioner's at-
torney, whose name and address
are:
MARTIN W WASSERMAN.
ESQ.
999 Washington Avenue
Miami Beach. Florida 33139
If you fail to do so. judgment may
be entered in due course upon the
petition.
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of this court on May 8. 1987
RICHARD P BRINKER
Aa Clerk of the Court
By REINA E ALEXANDER
As Deputy Clerk
First publication or posting on May
15. 1987
15710 May 15. 22. 29. Junr 5. 1987
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, desiring to
engage in business under the
FVilious name Guardian Mortgage
of Miami. Inr at .S<40 N W 7 St
Mo WO Miami FT 33126 intends to
register said name with thr Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Hade Cun
ty. Florida
Mario J Rodnguri
5040 N W 7 St No MM
Miami, n H
15723 May 15 22 29. June ft, 1987
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, desiring to
rngage in business under the fie
titious name of The Research
Resource intends to register said
name with the Clerk of th< Circuit
Court of Hade County. Florida
i vnthia W Schulman
Benjamin R Schulman. Bow
Attorney for The Research
Resource
IMM May ft, I.'.. 22 29. IMS
NOTICE OF s\ii
PI KSI ANT TO CHAPTER 45
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIlCUrT. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. FLORIDA
GINIIAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
CASE NO 86-46408
SEC 06
STATEWIDE SAYINGS AND
LOAN" ASSOCIATION, s New
Jersei saviags and loan associa-
tion fVa THE FIRST SAVINGS
\ND MIAN ASSOCIATION OF
JERSEY CITY. NEW JERSKY.
Plaint iff! si
THE ESTATE OF EFFIE
ARLINE ah a EFFIE ARI.INE
MORRIS, deceased, et al..
I >. :>!> NOTICE IS HEREBY Gl\ EN
pursuant to an Order or Final
Judgment entered in this case
now |*-ndnig in said Court the
-til.- of which indicated ol
will sell to the highest and best
bidder for cash on THE SOUTH
STEPS of the Hade County Cour
thouse in Miami. Iade County.
Florida at 11 60 a .lock A M on
the .'.ml day of Jane. 1987. the
following described aroaerty:
l-ot 21 Block of FLORAL
PARK according to the F'irst
Amended Plat thereof, as record-
Od in Plat Book 8 at Page 5. of
the Public Records of Hade Cun
ty Florida: aAVa Lot 21. Bks-k
22. of FLORAL PARK, according
to the Plat thereof as recorded in
Plat Book 8. at Page 5. of the
Noli Records of Hade County.
Florida
HATED the 2ad dav of Jos*.
I87.
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk of Circait Coart
(Circait Coart Seal)
bv Maria Sama
Depaty Clerk
Attemev far PUmtiff
Rosenthal A Yarchin. P A
Suite 800
3060 Bwcaynr Boulevard
Miami. Florida 33137
Paaiiefcs*. 6/5-12
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the uiHiersigned. desiring to
engage in business under the DC
titiis name Ecuatonal Tropical
Ron .. IMM N'W ISO Miami. PL
33015. intends DO register said
: name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Hade County. Florida.
Madeleine (ionialci
Owner
If. 731 Mav B, 29. June 5 12. 19*7
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOrtCI IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, desiring to
engage in business under the fie
tit., aji name PEHRO R(" IFING at
IftOI S W 14" Av.- Miami. Fla
.'<-'-! 17.'> intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Hade Countv. Florida
PEDRO PEIBIA
1801 S W 140 A*a
Miami. Fla .13175
15753 Mav ,
June 5. 12 19. 1987
NOTICE OF SALE
PURSUANT TO CHAPTER 45
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
(ASF NO. 87-1646
SEC 08
STOCKTON. WHATLEY.
DAVIN A COMPANY, a Florida
corporation.
Plaintiff!*)
vs
MARIE CEI.IE MOLEON aad -
-MOLEON. her husband, if
married, et al..
Defendant* si
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
pursuant to an Order or Final
Judgment entered in this case
now pending in said Court, the
style of which is indicated above. I
will sell to the highest add best
bidder for cash on THE SOI TH
STEPS of the Dadc County Cour-
thouse in Miami. Dade County.
FTonda at 11 00 o'clock A M on
the 22ad day of Jane IM7. the
followmg described property:
Lot 16. in Block 2. of CUTLER
CREEK CLUB. SECTION ONE.
according to the Plat thereof as
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, desiring to
engage in business under the fic
titious name Flamingo Rose at
MM SW 73 Street South Miami
Kl 33143 intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida
Flamingo Cafe. Inc
Sy Chadroff
Attorney for Flamingo Cafe. Inr
15729 May 22. 29 June 5. 12. 1987
ELEVENTH CIRCUIT COURT
DADE COlTvTY. FLORIDA
Ft CASE NO.: 87-20597 M
IN RE The Marriage of
ALEXIS RAZARH.
Petitioner
vs
LIK'IENNE BAZARD.
Respondent
TO LUCIENNE BAZARD
Residence Unknown
shall serve copy of your Answer to
the Petition for Dissolution of Mar
riage upon ANTHONY CAR
BONE. Attorney, 612 N W 12th
33136. Miami. FTonda with Court
Clerk on or before June 19. 1987.
i itherwise a default will he entered
May 12. 1987
RICHARD BRINKEK
By JENNIS I. RUSSELL
15719 May 15. 22 29. June .'.. Ml
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, desiring to
rngage in business under the fic-
titious name HOTEL PROMO
TION SERVICES at 7330 NW
36th St Suite 314. Miami. Florida
intends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida
HOTEL MANAGEMENT AND
MARKETING SERVICES INC
VEGA AND PEREZ
Attorneys for Hotel Management
and Marketing. Inr
15751 May 29.
JuneS. 12. 19.1987
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, deainng to
recorded tn Plat Book 114. at Page ^^p. m business under the fa-
ll of the Public Records of IadciUUott. Wiuky SporU ., 303
''T,W.k'n?* >">trlcr St Miami Fla 33132
DATED the 2nd day of June mtrnd, Ul ^^ ttLtd nmm, ^^
1987
KIC HARD P BRINKER
Clerk of Cirrait Court
(Cirroit Coart Seal)
by Mana Sama
Hepati Clerk
Attoraev for Plaintiff
Rosenthal A Yarchin P A
Suite him 1
Hiscayne Boulevard
Miami Florida 33137
Published 6'5-12
NOTK F UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, desiring to
engage 111 business under the fir
MatM name l.EJEI NE TIRE at
IBM N W LsfaaM Rd Miami.
Florvla intends kg register saw!
name with the Clerk of the I in uit
Court of Hade County. Floruit
t; R Till No 1 Corp
ARMANIM) GUTIERREZ
ESQUIRE
Attorney for
G H TIRE No 1 Corp
2153 Carol Way Suite 400 Miami.
Florkf
May 22. 2*. June I, 12. 1987
' the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Hade County. Florida
Vally Beigel President
Elva Sports, Inc
303 I FTagler St
Muun. FTa M1M
15741 May 29.
June.'. It I* 1987
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITHH'S NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, desinng to
engage in business umler thr fie
litmus name Daphne s Cleaners.
Inc at numlirr 12117 | Dixie
Highway, in the City of Miami.
Florida intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of iHule County. Florida
Hated at Miami. FTonda. this 8
day of May ISR1
Carlison, Inc
By Don IWiiacomo. President
William C Sussman
Attiirney for Applicant
WO North Bisrayne B>ile\ard
Suite IK 111
Miami. FTonda 3313i 1
May 15.Z2. 29.
June 5. 1987
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE 1ITH IUDICIAL
CIRCUIT COURT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
C ASE NO. 86-44578 C A 22
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
PROPERTY'
Florida Bar No. 316271
NEW METROPOLITAN
FEDERAL SAVINGS AND
LOAN ASSCX IATION.
Plaintiff,
vs.
INTERNACIONAI. DE
INVERSIONES
(ORIt (RATION et al
I Vfendants
TO JOSE A VASQUSZ, Sm ,.nl>
member of the last Board of
Directors of INTERNA
CIONAL DE INVER
SIONES CORPOBATfON. a
dissolved Flontla corporation
as Trustee of said dissolved
C>rporation
and any unknown party who is or
may be interested in the subject
matter of this action whose
names and residences, after
diligent search and inquiry, are
unknown to Plaintiff and which
said unknown parties may claim
assigns, successors in interest.
trustees or other parties claim-
ing bv, through under or against
JOB! A VASQUEZ, the only
member of the la Directors of INTERNACIONAL
DE INVERSIONES CORPORA
TION a dissolved FTonda cor
poration. as Trustee of said
dissolved corporation.
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an
action to foreclose a mortgage on
the following property in l>ade
County. Florida, to wit
LOT 4. BLCKK 8. UN1VER
SITY PARK EAST SEC-
TION FIVE. ACCORDING
TO THE PLAT THEREOF
AS RECORDED IN PLAT
BOOK 110. AT PAGE 18. OF
THE PUBLIC' RECORDS
OF DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA
has been filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of
your wntten defenses, if any. to it
on ROBERT A COHEN. ES
QUIRE. Plaintiff's attorney.
whose address is KEITH. MACK.
LEWIS* ALLISON Ml N E 1st
Street. Miami. Florida 33132. on
>r before June 26. 1987. and file
the original with the Clerk of this
Court either before service upon
Plaintiffs attorney or immediately
thereafter. otherwise a default will
be entered against you for the
relief demanded in the Compiunt
WITNESS my hand and thr seal
of this Court on this 22 day of May.
1987
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk oi the Court
BY BARBARA RODRIGUEZ
15755 May 29. June 5. 12 19. 1987
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the underaarnod. desiring to
engage in buatnoss under the 6c
litmus mom A. Abie Moving ft
Storage. Inc at 12555 SW 130
Street. Miami. Fl intend* to
register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade Coun
ty. Florida
A 1 AA Moving ft Storage. Inr
Marvin 1 Moss. P A
Attorney for A 1 AA Moving and
Storage, Inr
15741 May 29.
June 5. 12, 19, 1987
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREHY GIVEN
that the undersigned, desinng to
engage in business under the fir
titious name SOUTH POINTE
PHARMACY intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Ifcde County.
FTonda
MARCOS BUSGOS
PRESIDENT
South Potato l*harmacy
15768 June 5. 12. 19. 26. 1987
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, deainng to
engage in business under the ftc
munis name Fllite Underwriters
Inc at 1012 HIM intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of l>aie County Florida
Anna Cuaty
KULIi S W l!< St
Miami. Pi Mil
May 15 22. 29. June 5. 1987
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE HIVISION
File Number 84-6601
Division 03
IN RE ESTATE Of
ISIDORE GOLDPAIB
Deceased
FORMAL NOTICE
BY PUBLIC ATION
To U nknown beneficiaries or
Heirs at Law. Living or dead,
their respective heirs and all
persons claiming by. through
and under and or may he
infants, incompetents or
otherwise sui juns Residence
unknown
YOU ARE NOTIFIED tlut a
Petition for determination of
Heirs has been filed in this court
You are required to ervr wntten
.Wenses to the petition not later
than June 22. 19*7 00) petitioner's
attorney, whose name ami address
are
MARTIN W WASSERMAN
IM Washington Avenue
Miami Beach. Florida M1M
and to file the onginal of the wnt
ten defenses with the clerk of this
court either hrfore service or im
mediately thereafter Failure to
serve wntten defenses as re<|uired
may result in a judgment or order
for the relief demanded in the peti
turn, without further notice
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of this court on Mai h
RICHARU P BRINKEK
As Clerk of the Court
Hy REINA E ALEXANDER
As Deputy Clerk
First publication or ptwling on May
15. 1987
15709 May 15. 22 29 June 5 1987
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
CASE NO. 87-21886 (2ii
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE TV Marriage of
OLGA MEJIA a/V/a
OLGA RIVERA RIVERA
Petitioner,
and
CESAR O MEJIA
Respondent
TO CESAR o MEJIA
Barrio San Ramon
8 y 9 Calle. 6 Avemda
Caaa No 967
Puerto Cortes Honduras
YOU ARE HEREBY
NOTIFIED that a Petition for
IHasolution of your Marriage has
been filed and commenced in this
Court and you are required to
serve a copy of your wntten
defenses, if any. to it. .41 CARLOS
M MENDEZ. ESO. Attorney for
Petitioner, whose address is 200
West 49th Street Hialeah Honda
33012. and file the original with
the Clerk of the styled Court on or
before June 26. 1987. otherwise a
default will be entered against you
for the rehef prayed for m the com-
plaint or petition.
Thai notice shall be published
once each week, far four con-
secutive week in THE JEWISH
FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of said Court at Miami. Florida, on
this 20 day of May. 1987
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By T CASAMAYOR
As Deputy Clerk
1 ARI.os M MENDEZ. Eaq
200 West 49th Street
Hialeah. Florida 33012
Attorney for Pet it oner
15738 May 22, 29". June ft, 12. 1987
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that thr undersigned, deamng to
engage in business under the fie
titious name Pan American
Finance intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida
Audio Visual School
IftTM May 15. B 29. June.'.. 1987
NOTIC E UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that thr undersigned, desinng to
engage in business untier the fie
titious name Cafe Flamingo at
S W 73 Street South Miami
Fl 33143 intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the Cimiit
Court of Dade County FTonda
Flamingo Cafe Inc
ftj Chadn.fi*
Altornev for Flamingo Cafe. Inc
15730 May 22 29". June ft, 12. 1987
NOTICE OF \. TION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVTO
(NO PROPERTY,
W THE CIICI n (uiKi.i,
THE ELEVENTH j,,,",
CIRCUIT OF FI.ORH,. ',VL
AND FOR DADE COl-NTT
Civil Action No :<-.-, a.
ACTION FOR IMssoiIt,,,.
OFMARKUi.f
IN RE THE MARRIAGE OF
MARCO ANTONIO
CONSENTING
Petitioner II .
tmi
NILDACHA1 ;
1 ONSENTINO
BsnWoadonl a
To NTLDACHAVI
CONSEN
RESIDES
YOU ARE REBV
NOTIFIED
[Jsmwotutwri I Man
filed awaJnot
uuire.it. .-
ten d.
DAVIDS BER
Petitioner *
17..7 100 \
Miami El
onginal With I
~t\U-.i court
IM! othera 1
entered agair.
demandeil in |
petition
This n.
ncr each a...
secutive .. -
ELoRIHIAN
WITNf SS ni',
of said court a- -fa Vi
this 21 .lav of M... -
RJCHAIDI RRINKEI
As Clers
Ila.tr Count)
Ry JOHN BRANDA
As Dopul
(Circuit Ctiurt s.
DAVID S BERGI;.
100 N Bisrayne HI-. 1 N
Miami PL Ml
Telephone |Mft] I 1
Attorney for Potltl net
15744 May 29. Jur. II IS |l
IN THE CIRC UIT ( o| RT
OF THE IITH Jl IMCIAL
CIRCUIT. IN CM" FOR
DADE COUNTY FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
case no. w-s::*-. i \ is
NOTICE OF U TION
NEW METRol'ol.lTAN-
FEDERAL BAVTNGf '
LOAN ASSOCIATION
Plaintiff.
Vi
O8VALD0 P I v
is alive and If h.
the unknown heir
grantees, assign.-. -
crediti^s trOatOOl -
claiming by, thr ^"
against OSVALDO I
CASTILLO et al
Defendants
Tt) OSVALDO P l ISTILLO
residence unkn. *
and if dead I
unknown OOin
grantees 4-- (0001,
lirnholdrr* r> dltOfl,
trustees or OtlMiasM flaim
ing by. through under or
against thr said OS'- Al.DDP
CASTILLO, and all other par
ties having or .-laiming hi
have any right title 0T in
terost in and to the prferti
under forclosurr herein
YOU ARE rfOTIFIED ttMH
artion to forecl the following des-r is .1 DP
Hade County. FVti'U
Condominium I'ml s
of KINGS CRES1
DOMINIUM
the DecUrat
aVmunium ttOsn
ed in off-. ''
10214. at Pag> *
PuNw Re.
ty, IstTttsl
together wtfia
interest in "
elements .:
thereto
has been filed again-'
are required to IM*
yaw OlRtOII defa
on Keith. Mark U
PlaintuTs astorni
dress is 111 NI
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Friday, June 5, 1987/The Jewish Floridian Page 23-B^
Foreclosure Sales Public Notices
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THF ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR
I)APE COUNTY. FLORIDA
;FNERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
( uc No. 87-10870 CA 13
VOTICE OF ACTION
XI l IANCE MORTGAGE
, OMPANY. a Florid*
n..ration f/k/a CHARTER
MORTGAGE COMPANY.
Plaintiff.
rBKRT TERRY CUSON.
IF AN M CT SON. BERNARD
,- HENGGB. BARNETTBANK
,',. m .1TH FLORIDA. N A .
NATIONWIDE POWER
mRPI 'RATION, a Delaware
,-,n. PUBLIC
v, i F.PTANCE
.oKI'ORATION, a Florida
,-.n. and MAGNACARD.
. Florida corporation,
; t vndanta.
\,-i.nwide Power Corpora
l Ivlaware corporation. c/o
U-onard. Director. 280
park Avenue. 26th Floor, New
. s, York, and all parties
g interest by. through.
r against aaid Defendant,
| ,- rx>t known to be dead or
. md all parties bavin* or
f to have any right, title.
. reel m the property herein
bed
\RK NOTIFIED that an
foreclose a mortgage on
, following property in Dade
., Honda.
23, leu the West 15 feet.
| th West 4.S feet of Lot
:n Block 1. of
w vTF.RSEDGE. accordirg
Plat thereof, as record
Plat Book 9. at Page
the Public Records of
ounty. Flornla.
. Bed against you and you
..red 10 serve a copy of
it ttan ilefenses. if any, to it
Mind] C Funk. Esquire, of
lenthal & Yarchin. PA \I
for Plaintiff, Suite BO
-ayne Boulevard. Miami.
LSI on or before June
-.' an.l to file the original
. Clark of this Court either
i Plaintiffs at
r immediately thereafter.
. a default will baaatarad
. for '.he relief demand
. I mplaint
N'l SS my hand and seal of
M ,. 6 Itfl
VRD P BRINKER, Clarli
1KB \K.\ RODRIGUEZ
It) l lerk
.-
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 87-2841
Division (Oil
IN RE:ESTATE OF
SEYMOUR KAMHOLZ
Deceased
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
The administration of the estate
of BEYMOUR KAMHOLZ,
deceased. File Number
87-2841(01), is pending in the Cir
cuit Court for DADF. County,
Florida. Probate Division, the ad
dress of which is Dade County
Courthouse. 7:1 West Flagler
Street. Miami. Florida 88130 The
names and addresses of the per
sonal representative and the par
sonal representative's attorney arc
set forth bakra
All Intaraatad persons are r.
ijuinil to fiU- with this court,
WITHIN THREE MONTHS OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE (It all claims
against the estate and 12) any ob
jection by an intaraatad parson on
whom this notice was served that
challenges the validity i>f the will
the qualifications i >f the pefSi mal
representative, ranua, or juriadk
lion of the eOUTt
ALL CLAIMS \M' OBJEC
TK ins N< >T s i FILED WILL BE
FOREVER BARRED
l*ublication of this Notice has
begun on May 29 1881
Personal Representative
ELLEN BEFELER
ill F. Di Lido Drir*
Miami Beach Florida 33139
ANITA MARCO
a.ka KANUY MARCO
r>74 Darb) Drive South
Oeaanaida N Y 11578
Attorney for Personal
Ropreeentativea
SYDNEY S TRAUM, ESQUIRE
SYDNEY S TRAUM, PA
193392
Shea and ( louM
; Br ckal \-
Miami. Florida 33131
Telephone (306)371 9041
Ma> '
IN THF. CIRCUIT COURT FOB
DADE COUMTI FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number K7-2H80
Ilitmion 04
IN RE ESTATE OF
BEN E WARNER,
NOTICE OF ACTION
i on-i Kl CTIVF SERVICE
IN 111! CIRCUIT COURT OF
Till ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
i IKi 1 IT OF FLORIDA. IN
vn.ii for DADE COUNTY
i ,il \rtion No 87-23300
I \MII> DIVISION 21
SOTU E BY PUBLICATION
A Rr ] Marriage of
S \ PELAJB9
MO KDCARDO
I EZ
TO INTONIO EDCARDO
iRIGUEZ
.I Kueno
' RH ING
- i Martin IV Porrea
Lima, Peru
\RF HEREBY NOTI
t a petition for Dissolu
' Marriage has been filed and
ad t! this court and you
. red to serve a copy of
II rittan defenses, if any, to it
VIN J ASHER ESQ. at
for Petitioner, whose ad
sj Smith Havshore 11
13 Miami. FL 88181, and
n.gmal with the clerk of
it] led court on or before
1987 otharwtaa a default
entered against you for the
lyed for in the complaint
MESS mj hand and th<
irl U Miami Florida on
- bk) of May. I
u;i> P BRINKER
eri ir.int Court
ounta Florida
John Brand*
\- Daput) dark
. Baal)
Jui 1.26.198
NOTICE I NDER
t H UTloi s NAME LAS
E Is HI IVEN
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NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
The t '......' '
M tRNER
FueNu .-
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A'eat I
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All inten
Mired to file
WITHIN THRU MONTHS OF
[HE FIRST PI BLICATION 01
IHI- NOTICE ill all euu""
against and (2) u
jection b) an intaraatad pa*
whi-m this notice was served that
challenges tile validity of the will
the qualification- of the personal
. tentative, irenue, or juriadic
tl.ni of the court
.1 I CLAIMS AND OBJEC
[IONS NOT SO FILED WILL BE
FOREVER BARRED
Publication of this N .to I II
begun on June '. 1981
Paraonal ReureaantaOvi
THEODORE R NELSON EStJ
1136 Kane Concourse
Ba> Harboi lalai k Fl 88154
Attorney for Personal
Repn wntal
NELSON I FELDMAN P A
1188 Kane Concourse
Ba} Harbor lalandi FL 33154
Tetepl -
l.-.TTo
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
GENERAL
JURISDICTION
DIVISION
CASE NO. 87-12875 CA 21
NOTICE OF ACTION
SAN JACINT0 SAVINGS
ASSOCIATION
Plaintiff
ss
KATHLEEN DAI.TON. a/k/a
KATHLEEN DAI.TON
GRONBERG, a/k/a KATHLEEN
DALTON CASPER, at el.,
I )efendants
TO KATHLEEN DALTON. a/k/a
KATHLEEN DALTON
GRONBERG. a/k/a
KATHLEEN DALTON
CASPER
it:to n w 62nd Court
Miami. Florida 38014
YOU ARK NOTIFIED that an
action for Foreclosure of Mor-
tagage on the following deacribed
propem
UNIT 103 sun VIDA CON
DOMINIUM, ACCORDING
TO THE DECLARATION
OF CONDOMINIUM
THEREOF. AS RECORD
ED IN OFFICIAL
RECORDS ROOK 9466 AT
PACE 1820 OF THE
PUBLIC records OF
D A D E C 0 I N T Y .
FLORIDA. TOGETHER
W ITU ALL A P
PURTENAN <' E S
THERETO. INCLUDING
\N UNDIVIDED IN-
TEREST IN THE COMMON
ELEMENTS OF SAID
CONDOMINIUM
en died against and you are
required to serve copy of your
srr tteti defenses, if any, to it. on
ird Faber, Attorney for
Plaintiff, whose address is Suite
J14. 1570 Madruga Avenue, ('oral
- Florida, 33146 on or before
June .'6th. 1987, and file the
original with the Clerk of thi-
i m either before service on
Plan tiffs attorney or immediate j
otherwise a default will
i- entered against you for the
relief demanded in the complaint
WITNESS m> hand and Uv i
urt this 20th da) of Ma.
RICHARD P BRINKER
A- Clerk 9f the Court
B) Barbara Rodrig
\ Dep itj Clerk
Ma) 9
JuneS. 12 19
NOTICE OF ACTION
ONSTRUCnVE SERVICE
(Property I
|\ I HE ( IRC I IT CCl RTOF
THF. ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
i IRCI IT IN VND FOR
DADE COI NTY. FLORIDA
Civil Vrtion No. B7-3S32
\c TION FOR FORECL08I RE
OF MORTGAGE
F.yi : nk n \
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERAL
JURISDICTION
DIVISION
Case No. 87-12516 CA 0C
NOTICE OF ACTION
FEDERAL NATIONAL MOR
TGAGE ASSOCIATION, a United
States corporation.
Plaintiff,
v.
JOHN W WARREN, JR a/k/a
JOHN WILSON WARREN. JR..
and the unknown spouse, heirs,
ievisees, grantees, creditors or
ither parties claiming by. through,
under or against him.
CHRISTINE WARREN a/k/a
CHRISTINE R WARREN;
TRAVELERS INSURANCE
COMPANY a Connecticut cor
(.oration. SCOTT C. DONALS;
PRISC1LLA L. DONALS. and II.
EANA MARTINEZ.
Defendants.
To John W Warren, Jr. a/k.a
John Wilson Warren, Jr.,
whose residence is unknown,
and the unknown parties who
may be spouses, heirs
devisees, grantees, assignees.
Iienors. creditors, trustees
and all parties claiming in
terest by. through, under or
against said Defendant, who
are not known to lie dead or
alive, and all parties having or
claiming to have any right, ti-
tle, or interest in the property
herein described.
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an
action to foreclose a mortgage on
the following property in Dade
County. Florida:
Lot 3. in Block 8, of MYR-
TLE GROVE, according to
the Plat thereof, as recorded
in Plat Book 58. at Page 90.
of the Public Records of Dade
County. Florida,
has U-en filed against you and you
are required to serve a COO) ot
your written defenses, if any. to it
on Mindy C Funk. Esquire, of
RoaenthaJ i Yarchin. PA Al
torneyi for Plaintiff. Suite 800,
3050 Riscavne Boulevard. Miami.
Florida 33137, on or before July
ird. 1987, and to file the original
with the Clerk of this I loUTl either
before service on Plaintiffs at
torneyi or immediately thereafter
otherwise, a default will be entered
against you for the relief demand
.d in the Complaint
WITNESS my hand and seal of
.his Court on 27th Ma) I '-
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk
Barbara Rodrig
Deput) Clerk
JuneS 12.19
Bv

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NOTICE UNDER
rimous NAME law
I40TK E l- HI REBV GIVEN
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LEONARD DESIR
I" LEONARD DESIR
Present Residence Unknown
Last Address
18715 s W 96th Avenue
\\ imi, Florida 83157
VOU ARF HEREBY
NOTIFIED that an action to
: iradoae mortgage on the follow
ing uropert) in Dade County.
Florida. 10 wit
Lot i. Block 3. Rockmoor
VILLA TRACT, according to
the Plat thereof, as recorded
in put Book i Page 182 of
the Public Record* ol I1
County, Florida
iai been filed against you and you
re required to serve copj ol
your written defenses, if any. to
Silver & Silver Attorney for the
Plaintiff who., addn
- k 2nd '' 1,i-''
., ,. Florida 33131 and file the
al with tiv Clerk
reJu-
thera i default will
i for th.
. ,. i *eel
HI IEWISH
FLORIDIAN
\M : indthesea
rtatMuu
..
Kli HARDP BRINKEK


NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOI S NAME LAW
SOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
, undersigned, desii
engage in business undV i
utious name Airport li
Agency, \nc al 5040 N 7 SI
Suite 901 Miami Fl 83126 intends
iter -aid name witl
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
Humberto Pellon
,040 N w 7 Street Suite 901
Miami, Fla :<:WJ..
15721 May IB. 22,29. June 6,1*81
NOTICE UNDER
FICT1TIOIS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY id YEN
that the undersigned, desiring to
engage in business under the flc
Utious name Ugi Trading at 6695
NW 86 St Room 800, Miami. Fla.
38166 intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida
Patricia Londono
6820 Indian Creak Dr
Apt
Miami Beach, Fla 88141
May 29
June 6, 12 19 1987
NOTICE I NDER
FICTITIOI S NAME LA'.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GI\ EN
..... undersigned
isini index 1
titiinu name KARESS SHOES al
I \\ I24tl StreeC M u
I
-.ml 1
Ma.it
FI01
. l
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
CASE NO. 87-1123 CA 02
NOTICE OF ACTION
FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK
OF MIAMI. AS TRUSTEE FOR
THE HOUSING FINANCE
AUTHORITY OF DADE
COUNTY. FLORIDA. UNDER A
TRUST INDENTURE DATED
DECEMBER 1. 1981.
Plaintiff
vs
ELBA M COEGO, et al..
Defendants
To ELBA M COEGO
3425 Luc oak Street,
Apt No C
Huntington Park. CA 90255
YOU ARK NOTIFIED that an
action for Foreclosure of Mortgage
on the following described
property
Condominium Parcel N >,
84-18 m R O Z L A N 11
CONDOMINIUM, according
to the Declaration of
Condominium thereof.
recorded September 17.
1981, m Official Records
Book 11216, at Page 1598 of
the Public Records of Dade
County, Florida
has been filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any. to it.
on Sheppard Faber, Attorney for
Plaintiff, whose address is Suite
214. 157(1 Madruga Avenue, (oral
(iahlea, Florida, .'53146 on or before
July 3. 1987 and file the original
with the Clerk of this Court either
before service on Plaintiff's
attorney or immediately
thereafter; otherwise a default will
be entered against you for the
relief demanded in the complaint
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of this Court this 26 day of May
1987
RICHARD P. BRINKER
As Clerk of the Court
By BARBARA RODRIGUEZ
As Ik-puty Clerk
15765 May 2<> June5, 12. 19 1987
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, desiring to
engage in business under the
fictitious name M I \ M I
DELIVERY at 27.-, East 15th
Street. Hialeah. Florida intends to
register said name with the 1 Ilerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade
County Florida
LAZARO PEGUERO
H irve) D Friedman I
v ,n e) for Lasarc Pi.
West Flagter Strei I
M in i, Florida 33135
15766 May 29; June5 12 19 '-


NOTICE OF AC TION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPF ATI 1
IN THE C IRC I I" COt RT OF
THE ELEVEN! Jl Die IAL
(IRC ITT OF .OR1DA. IN
\N1 FOR D, E COUNT!
Civil Action Ni s7-2147fi EC lb
FAMILY HVISION
\c TION FO DISSOLUTION
OF V RRIAGE
IN RE
JOHNRHO' N.
Petitionei ushand.
and
1SI.YN R' DEN.
Reapon it/Wife
noden
"linville Avenue
Nea York
ARE HER E B Y
ID that an action for
ion of Marriage has Iwn
:1111st you and JTOII are re
to serve aeopj of your writ
lefensea, if any. to it on
.,> D Friedman attorney for
itioner. whoaa addn
, it 1- lagler Street, '
ind file the original
, the .-lerk of the above styled
...urt on or before June 19, 1987;
otherwise s default will be entered
you tor the relief demand
, ompiain! or petition
hall be pul 11
. cad ",n
., weeks ii THE JEWISH
FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand indtiv 1
: 111 ll v
- :.,.
RICHARD P BRINKI R
\ Clerk Circu 1
By (, STEWART
IIEDMAN
., -
TO lsly
829
Br
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NOTI
Hiss
file.
. lu-
te
H
1
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No. 87-22138
Florida Bar No.: 020631
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE THE MARRIAGE OF
JAMAL MOHAMAD SABBAGH.
Petitioner,
and
VIRGINIA MILLS SABBAGH,
Respondent.
TO Virginia Mills Sabhagh
Cjuivera Dauphine Island
Dauphine Island.
Alabama 86628
YOU ARE HEREBY
NOTIFIED that an action for
Dissolution of Marriage has been
filed against you and you are re
quired to serve a copy of your writ
ten defenses, if any. to it on A
Norman Drucker. attorney for
Petitioner, whose address is 801
N.E. 167th Street. Suite 308,
North Miami Beach. Florida
38162, and file the original with
the clerk of the above styled court
on or before June 26, 1987; other
wkM a default will be entered
against you for the relief demand-
ed in the complaint or petition.
This notice shall be published
once each week for four con-
secutive weeks in THE JEWISH
FLORIDIAN
WITNESS1 my hand and the seal
of said court at Miami. Fiona on
this 21 day of May. 1987
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade Countv. Florida
By JOHN BRANDA
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
A Norman iMicker
SOI N.E 167th Street Suite 308
No Miami Beach. Florida 88162
Attorney for Petitioner
15748 May 29; June 5. 12. 19. 1987
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
CASE NO. 87-18630 (CA 13)
NOTICE OF ACTION
PLAGLER FEDERAL
SAVINGS AND LOAN
ASSOCIATION OF MIAMI, a
I Inited States Corporation,
Plaintiff.
MS BREISIG and MARY
BREISIG his wife el al
Defendai I
TO HANS BREISIG and M \K>
BREISIG hit
Apartadi 27
La Iruca

VOU ARE NOTIFIED, that an
action to foreclos. '.age on
the following deacribed propert) in
ladi 1 'ounty, F*
Condominium Unit 441-6,
441 N W 109th Avenue, of
I.AGUNA Cl I B CON
DOMINIUM. according to
the Declaration of Con-
dominium thereof, recorded
June 5, 19T6, in official
Records Book 9009, Page
1608, of the Public Records of
Dade ('ounty. Florida, as
amended, together with :iil
improvements, appliances
and fixtures located thereon
Mas been filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any. to it
on Keith. Mack, Lewis 4 Allison.
Plaintiffs attorneys, whose ad-
Iraaa is ill N.E 1st Street.
Miami, Florida 88182, on or before
July .'!. 1987, ami file the original
with the Clerk of this Court either
before service on Plaintiffs at
torneyi or immediate!) thereafter.
otherwise, a Default will Ik-
d against you for the relief
anded in th< 1 Complaint.
WITNESS m.y hand and seal of
this Court on th< la) of June.
1987
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk of the Court
B) BARBARA RODRIGUEZ
Deput) Clerk
Jum
NOTICE 1 NDER
FICTITIOI S N \MI I \Vi
NOTICE is HEREBY GN I N

.....
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49th ANNUAL MEETING
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CAMFftIGN VICTORY CELEBRATION
TUESDAY. JUNE 16.1967
EIto J fc MflSft ta ^oiXrrs wtfft a apaeMi MMfi for t^rwtftw
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1987-88 Committee chairmen
YLC Summer Singles Mission
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, Jewilh community with an oppor-
tunity to celebrate its proud
achievements of the past year, and
help set the tone for the upcoming
i lolden Anniversary year," he added.
I >uring the evening, a full slate of
officers, Trustees and Board of
I'rectors will be voted upon by the
meeting delegates. Aaron Podhurst.
leration president, has been
nominated to serve for a second year.
The 1987 Stanley C. Myers
Presidents1 Leadership Award, given
in recognition of outstanding service
Federation and the local Jewish
community, will be presented at the
meeting. The award, named after
Federation's founding president, who
currently serves as chairman of
Federation's Project Renewal Com-
tee. and as honorary chairman of
the Golden Anniversary celebration,
will go to Judy Adler. Richard A.
Berkowitz. and Ellen Rose.
Judy Adler is a member of the I'JA
Young Women's Leadership Cabinet
and was the organization's 1986-87
campaign vice chairwoman. She is
the immediate past chairwoman of
the Southwest Dade Area Board of
Federation's Women's Division and
is currently its nominating committee
chairwoman.
Richard Berkowitz was a vice chair-
n an of Super Sunday, and is a cur-
rent member of the boards of direc-
tors of Federation and the Young
Leadership Council. He is also the in-
coming president of Jewish Federa-
tion Television.
Kllen Rose has been nominated for
a second term to chair Federation's
Young Leadership Council. She was a
vice-chair of this year's Super Sunday
and is a current member of the UJA
Young Women's Leadership Cabinet,
Federation Board of Directors, and
Federation Planning and Budget
Committee.
It's not too late to make reserva-
tions for the annual meeting. All
members of the Greater Miami
' Krish Federation are invited to this
in portent gathering, which has a
couvert of $10 per person. Coffee and
lessert will be served at the conclu-
sion of the meeting. Dietary laws will
be observed. (Dinner will not be serv-
ed). Call 576-4000 for reservations or
turther information
Trustees
Leonard L. Abess, Sr.
Shepard Broad -
Abel J. Harris
Howard Kane
Aaron M. Kanner
Rabbi Leon Kronish
Rabbi Irving I^ehrman
Ralph Levitz
Irving Norry
Muriel Russell
Mendell M. Selig
William D. Singer
Lav Stein
1 'arl Weinkle
Aaron Podhurst
/'> sideni
Samuel I. Adler
Immediate Past President
Norma/H Bra man
Viet President
/
Steven J. Kravitz
Vice President
Donald E. Lefton
Vice President
S'anry LipojJ
Vice President
Forrest Raff el
Viet President
Howard R. Schnrlin
Vire President
Mai\ne E. Schwartz
Secretary
Nominated To
Board Of Directors
Herbert Canarick
Associate Secretary
Michael M Adler
Treasurer
Alex Halberstein
Associate Treasurer
Chairmen of Standing Committees
Saby Behar
Helene Berger
Richard A. Berkowitz
Alvin Lloyd Brown
.lark Burstein
Amy Dean
Terry Drucker
Pat P Fine
Morris Futernick
Can, ierson
Gomm R Goldstein
Joseph Handleman
Charlotte Held
Robbie Herskowitz
Roberto Kassin
Ezra Katz
Shepard King
Jonathan Kislak
*M. Ronald Krongold
William Lehman. Jr.
Jack H. Irvine
Joel Levy
Norman Lieherman
'Isaac Mildenlierg
i Sail Newman
Cierald Olin
Michael Olin
'Sandi Samole
(ierald K. Schwartz
Norman Sholk
Elaine Silverstein
Robert Traung
Eric Turetaky
'Nortna Kipnis Wilson
'New Board Members
Administrative
Building Operations
Bylaws and Governance
Campaign Executive
Communications
< '< immunity Chaplaincy
Community Relations
Federation'Agency Relationships
Foundation of Jewish Philanthropies
Human Resources Development
Long Range Campaign [Manning
Multiple Appeals
Nominating
Planning and Budget
Treasurers
Young leadership Council
Israel Activities
Howard R. Scharlin
Ralph Chernin
Fred K. Shochet
Donald E. Lefton
Dorothy Podhurst
Benjamin Botwinick
Nan Rich
Irving Cypen
Martin Kalb
Shepard King
Philip T. Warren
Samuel I Adler
Norman Lipoff
Forrest Raffel
Harvey Friedman
Ellen Rose
itu be appointed later)
Myron J. Brodie
Executiw Vice
President
Individuals Who Serve
By Provision of Bylaws
Board Members Appointed
By The Resident
Jack Bellock
Jeffrey Berkowitz
Sidney < "ooperman
Myra Farr
Harry (lam pel
Martin C Samuel Harie
Melvin 1. Kartzmer
I-eonard Miller*
Nedra Oren
David Paul
David Schae.-ter
Rowland Schaefer
Michael Schadi
Sidney Slineiiier
Norman Weiner
Dr. George W
'New Board Members
B'nai B'rith Youth Organization
Central Agency for Jewish Education
Hillel Jewish Student Centers
Hillel Student Representative
Jewish Community Center-Government Funded
Senior Adult Programs
Jewish Family Service
Jewish Vocational Ser\ ice
Miami Beach JCC
Miami Jewish Home and Hospital for the Aged
Michael Ann Russell JCC
Ml Sinai Medical Center
Rabbinical Association
South Dade JCC
Chairman. S>uth Dade Board
Women's Division
Richard MBacall'
Nan Rich
Barry S Yarchin
Annie Malka*
(to be appointed later)
Jeffrey Newman
Shirley Spear
Dr DouglasMiller*
Harold Beck
Sherman Canter"
Cal Kovens
Rabbi rlaakell Bernal
Kci/ Berrin*
Norman I.ieberman
Ellen Mandler
Past Presidents
Serving on the Board
L. Jules Arkin
David B. Fleeman
Sidney Lefcourt
Harry A. (Hap) Levy
Norman H. Lipoff
Stanley C. Myers
Harry B. Smith
Federation. June 1987 3


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Ellen Mandler
President
Campaign Message
With over a quarter of a million
Jews living in Dade County,
this area has become an ex
citing place to live; but with
large numbers often come large pro-
blems There are thousands of Jews in
need of social services in our community
Working with Federation, through it-s
Women's Division, we have the unique
opportunity to become an integral part of
our community, raising the DMMMfJ
dollars to help meet some of these needs.
whether it is feeding an elderly person on
South Beach, or helping a young child
receive a Jewish education.
Women's Division is an important part
of the Combined Jewish Appeal, raising
approximately 2(1 percent of the total
campaign dollars each year This money
is allocated not only in our own communi-
ty but in Israel and in many other ooun-
tries where Jews need assistance We
help enhance the quality of their lives
Through our efforts, which are
challenging and often exhausting
at times, we are fortunate to work
with so many others, Ixith within
our own division and with the other
Federation divisions, who share the MUM
concerns for Jewish survival and
prosperity.
Through hard work, many of us have
developed lasting ties and close friend
ships At the Federation building, the
"central address for the Jewish communi-
ty," north meet* south, east meets west.
orthodox meets reform, in order to
facilitate the maximum involvement of
Jews throughout Dade County, and in-
volvement is the key to success
We are looking forward to a very ex
citing, eventful year M we work towards
our campaign goal The upcoming year ifl
going to be a very special MM Federation
will le celebrating its 50th anni versa.;.
One Of the ways it will celebrate will he
with a Golden Anniversary, "Minion of
Lifetime." to Israel We will l*ith !* par
ticipating in the mission and look forward
to a wonderful time, in which we eai
in-come more knowledgeable about our
Judaism and the Jewish homeland that
we work so hard to support.
In addition, larae will ala l*-
celebrating a special anniversary 10
yean a- an independent
Miami's Jewish community, with
Federation to guide it. will come tog* thei
and plan a tremendous oommunit) wide
celebration that will make this year's
"Israel W celebration went small b)
comparison.
During November 1987, we iril
have our hands full. The Council of J(
Federations will hold its Genera
Assembly in Miami and we will pla) hoe!
to this national convention
We need your help with all of these
events. Be a part of the excitement by
calling Women's Division todaj Si
576-4000
Kllen Mandler
President
Amy Dean
Vice President. Campaign
Information card
The Women's Division of Federation is looking forward to working with you
Join in the programs, listed on the coupon below, that are of interest to you Fur
more information, mail the coupon to:
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
Women's Division
4200 Biscayne Boulevard
Miami. Florida 331 .'17
or call us at 576-4000. ext. 230
INFORMATION CARD
NAME_____
ADDRESS.
PHONE___
ZIP
SYNAGOGUE____________
OTHER ORGANIZATION,
WOULD YOU LIKE TO PARTICIPATE IN ANY OF THE FOLLOWING
PROGRAMS'
Campaign
Phooathon
Super Sunday
Campaign Training
Fed. Women's Day
Commanitv Education
Soviet Jewry
Learn ins
Interfaith Day
Speaker's Bureau
Leadership Development
Leadership Training
Recruitment and Retention
Installation
Retreat
Volunteer Day
Note: Please ask or call for information regarding the above categories that
terest you.
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"14 Days in June"
Federatioi I 14 Daj
June 187 Con bined
Jea v,<; a Womei i I m ha*
selected Wedi inc 10 and r i
Jum t will rally to neap
meet it.- goal Please join
ua at ai> time during
Thursday, June 11. has aJ*> U-en set
aside for the Young Women Leadership
Cabinet to join the young Men i U-ader
ship Cabinet from i 00 p m to '.' 00 p m
V\e hops to >- everyone dunng those
days Call the Women i ,,ff,re at
576 4ixKi n
Hold the Date
October 5-6. 1987
Women's Division Retreat
This is our big kick-off event of
the year.
More details will be sent to you
shortJy.
Southwest Dade
Area Board
I Bo ithwt
elected its ate
Fran B<
chainson
Tati KaU ai
caaair* met
Su*an Nullmar
chairwomei
Adrlavas M.
chairwomei
Julie Rihbir;
Judy Adler. i
chairwoman
BPW Steering Commit!*
The Buaiaeai u !" ,
WoMMB'a group *
gratutate the folio*
appointment to Uv Ht "
Committee
Anne Bloom
Barbara Black
Nancy BeffcowiU
Dorian Denburg
Ina Felsher
Diana Fleeman
Laune Fnesncr
Ileane Rayman Kaufman
Barbara Kipnia
Susana Levins
Susan Neshick
Cornelia Philipson
Sarah Sheridan
Miriam Singer
4 Federation, June 1987


THIS MAN NEEDS A VACATION .
Federation is now in the process
of closing out its 1987 Combin-
ed Jewish Appeal with a pro-
jrram called, "14 Days in June."
The program, which began on June
]. runs through June 16 (not in-
cluding Saturdays), finds Federa-
tion's leadership, along with
members of various divisions, making
last minute phone calls and face-to-
face solicitations for the 1987 cam-
paign. Calls will be made to in-
dividuals who have been contributors
.11 previous years but have not as yet
made their 1987 gift.
Participant* include:
Aaron Podhurst. president of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation;
Donald E. Lefton. 1987 Combined
Jewish Appeal chairman; Martin
Fine, chairman of the Commerce and
Professions Division; Ellen Rose.
chairman of Young Leadership Coun-
cil: Nedra Oren. South Dade Cam-
paign chairwoman; Maxine K
Schwartz, Pacesetter chairman. Ar-
nold Altman and Stephen Bittel, vice
hairmen of the Commerce and Pro-
fessions Division; Herb Canarick.
Uliance Division chairman: lr Fnn-
iue Fiber. Cuban-Hebrew Division
airman; Dr. Felix Reyler, Cuban
Hebrew Division campaign chairman;
Alex rJalberstein, Latin American
Division chairman; Saby Behar, IMA
Young Leadership Cabinet. Miami
area chairman; Susan Sirotta. Young
Women's Leadership Cabinet. Miami
chairwoman; Gail Newman.
186-87 Women's Division campaign
[chairwoman; and Steven J. Kravitz,
\ anguard Division chairman.
A
4 4 A "'" these individuals
dedicated a great deal of
their time when the 1987
Campaign began six months ago. and
are giving all of their attention to its
successful closing," stated 1987 Com-
bined Jewish Appeal Chairman
Donald E. Lefton. "We urge
everyone to join with their division
leaden and help us successfully com-
plete the 1987 campaign." he added.
June 16, the final day in the "14
Mays in June" schedule, is also the
date of Federation's 49th Annual
Meeting, which this year will be com-
bined with a campaign closing
celebration. The evening will feature
a celebration of this year's campaign
achievement, election of officers,
board of directors, trustees and
leadership, and advisory councils for
Federation, a tribute to all campaign
workers, plus the presentation of the
Stanley C. Myers Presidents' Young
Leadership Awards.
The celebration begins at the Omni
International Hotel at 7:30 p.m.
Couvert is $10 per person. Dessert
will be served following the non-
dinner meeting. Anyone interested in
attending must RSVP to Federation
by calling 576-4000. ext. 261.
South Dade Branch
This year. Federation's South
Dade Branch campaign has achiev-
ed remarkable results. Almost
everyone who was asked for a gift
thus far. has not only pledged, but
increased their gift.
To continue to he able to meet our
responsibilities to Jews in Miami
and Israel, we must contact those
people who have not had an oppor-
tunity to make their 1987
commitment.
The South Dade Branch will hold
two phone sessions on Monday,
June 8; and Wednesday, June 10,
from 7-9 p.m. at Alvin Lloyd
Brown's office, Caplan, Morrison.
Brown and Company. '.'7;r. S. Dixie
Highw kj
Help make this the best South
I lade Campaign ever Contact Jerry
Neimand, Director. South Dade
Branch of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation. 261-9334, to
confirm your attendance.
AND SO DO YOU, BUT FIRST, THERE'S
14 DAYS IN JUNE .
. in which to bring our 1987 Campaign to a
successful conclusion.
. to marshal! our resources and reach out to
those who have yet to make their gift.
. leading up to our campaign closing
celebration on June 16.
. in which you can guarantee that we all
have a relaxing summer.
For information contact
Susan Marx at 576-4000, ext. 202
Federation, June 1987 5


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My father built for me and I will build for my children.'
The Samuel Scheck Hillel Community Day School is a beneficiary of the Greater Miami Jewish Federations Combined Jewish Appeal
A Glance At
Our History...
In less than two decades the
Samuel Scheck Hillel Community Day
School has become the largest Jewish
day school in the Southeastern United
States The school's rapid growth
stands as a testament to the institu-
tion s leadership, its commitment to
quality and the outstanding record of
its graduates.
The School was founded by a
group of parents who recognized the
need for a Jewish day school in the
North Dade community. Under the
leadership of Dr. and Mrs. Joel Dennis
and Rabbi Max A Lipschitz of Beth
I Torah Congregation, the School
I cpened its doors to 65 students on
I September 8, 1970. The School's first
home was on Monroe Street in
Hollywood.
After two years, the School moved
temporarily into a converted motel
and trailers at 212th Street and
Biscayne Boulevard. Hillel s reputation
spread throughout the area, attracting
students from both the North Dade
and South Broward communities. In
1972. with an enrollment of 175
students, it was clear that a
permanent building was needed.
In 1973, Hillel engaged its first
Executive Director, Marshall Baltuch.
who has administered operations and
other non-educational departments
of the school for the past 14 years.
We have developed a warm family
atmosphere at Hillel/' said Baltuch.
which enables us to have successful
programs and fund-raising campaigns.
Our leadership is dedicated to provide
the finest education, staff and facilities
to enrich the lives of our children."
|Our Dream Is A Reality
Finally, in October 1975 (with
[enrollment at 225). ground-breaking
ceremonies took place at the site of
Hillel s future home The School
[owned a 6'/? acre tract of land
[adjacent to the new Jewish
|Community Center. In January 1976.
construction commenced on two of
the four wings of the new campus.
The new buildings opened for the
J976-77 school year.
Under the leadership of Michael
-heck, beginning his 15th year as
'resident of the School, the efforts of
the School's Officers, Vice Presidents,
soard of Governors and Trustees
iany of whom are leaders in the
Jewish community- -have been
Why is the Samuel Scheck Hillel
Community Day School the largest
Jewish day school in the
Southeast United States?
The reasons* are many...
There are 85 faculty members, 80 percent of whom hold advanced degrees. AJI
general studies teachers are fully certified by the State of Florida Department of
Education and all Judaic Studies teachers are licensed by the National Board of
License through the Central Agency for Jewish Education.
! Superior scholastic achievements have enabled Hillel to receive accreditation
from the prestigious Southern Association of Colleges and Schools and the
Southern Association of Independent Schools.
[The School has an enrollment of 850 students, pre-school through 12th grade,
from areas including North Dade, Miami Beach, Hollywood, Pembroke Lakes,
Boca Raton, Margate and Coral Springs. Bus transportation to the school is
available from most areas of Dade and Broward Counties and Boca Raton.
^ The student-faculty ratio is 10:1 and the average class has only 20 students.
| Hillel is truly a community-based school, with students from Orthodox,
Conservative, Reform, Reconstructionist and unaffiliated families.
jp The average SAT scores of our graduates dre well above the national average
^ Hillel has scholarship and financial assistance programs to help defray
tuition expenses.
^Computer laboratories and instruction for all students, from pre-school through
12th grade.
a^Our graduates have been accepted into some of the nation's finest universities
and colleges, including Brown. Columbia. Brandeis. Carnegie-Mellon. Cornell.
Yeshiva University, Tufts. Northwestern, Michigan. Tulane. Pennsylvania and
many more.
qL The school offers special courses for Gifted Students and an English as a Second
Language Program.
| Hot Kosher nutritionally balanced meals, prepared under strict rabbinical
supervision, are served for lunch.
As ol Fall 1M7
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Early Childhood Program ...
The Building Blocks of Education
Educators, as well as our entire
society, are recognizing tne great
importance of the pre-school years for
a child's future development. And in
the Hillel Community Day School's
Early Childhood Program, a solid
foundation is laid for a young
boy or girl's secular, Judaic, and
social education.
Offering pre-school through
kindergarten programs, the Early
Childhood program offers a blend of
general studies, Hebraic and Judaic
studies, and recreational activities that
meet the child's personalized social,
emotional and academic needs
"Our children come out of the
program very well prepared for ele-
mentary school.'' said Mrs. Dorothy
Gruen, who has been director of the
program since the Hillel School's
inception The children take the
Stanford Achievement Test in
kindergarten and score above
average."
The academic program allows a
child to advance at his or her own
rate. Comprehensive and creative
math and reading readiness programs
emphasize the development of visual
and auditory discrimination and
memory skills. Children are afforded
the opportunity to have a hands-on
experience in the Computer Lab
weekly They also have a special Early
Childhood section in the library.
The readiness programs prepare
the children for the regular reading
program in kindergarten," Gruen said.
Other programs concentrate on
social and conceptual development
through group discussions, use of
modern visual aids, activities, and
games. Creative expression is
encouraged by participatory games,
art, music, plays and discussion.
Professionally trained instructors
lead classes in gymnastics four times a
week In addition, children are taken
on regular field trips to cultural points
of interest throughout the community
Instilling Jewish Values
In addition to the programs in
Hebraic and Judaic studies, the Earty
Childhood Program provides an
atmosphere which instills respect for
and love of traditional Jewish values
Workshops and celebrations on the
vanous holidays and a weekly
Shabbat party promote an ongoing
awareness and practice of traditional
Jewish customs and ceremonies. They
also have the opportunity to learn the
Hebrew alphabet and fundamentals
of the Hebrew language through
simple conversation exercises, songs
and games. In fact, many of the
children are conversational in Hebrew
by the time they enter kindergarten
All of the faculty members in the
Early Childhood Program are trained
to give each child individual attention
to enhance their learning process.
Two parent-teacher conferences are
held in addition to two report cards.
With a total enrollment of 230 and 22
staff members, class sizes are small
18 to 23 students Stnctly kosher
snacks and lunches are prepared daily,
and a full-time registered nurse is
available on the premises. The Early
Childhood Program has a half-day
program from 8:25 a.m. to noon for
2 and 3 year olds, and a full-day
program from 8:25 a.m. to 3:40 p.m.
for the other youngsters. Children
must be at least 7x/i years old to be
admitted to the program An after-
school day care program is also
available at the Jewish Community
Center; children are escorted from the
School by a JCC staffer. Other after-
school day care programs are
available in the community.
w *
HilleiandJel
Join Togetl
Michael Schedc Presidentj
Richard U^, Oairmanoft
have armour* ed t'iejoming|
with tne forthcoming aca
"Byjommg together wee
for our teenagers, said Irv
Hillel, who was a moving I
enrich the lives of students!
expand the learning of ourJ
The outstanding faculty,"
the High School for six yea
students where 100 percent^
to college
Junior and Senior High Programs

As the largest Jewish day school in
the Southeast, Hillel can offer its
students a diversity of courses and
activities rarely found at comparable
institutions. The dual general and
Judaic programs are designed to
prepare students for the opportunities
that await them when they leave
the school.
We prepare our students to
continue their education in college
and post-graduate studies to the
greatest extent possible,'' said Dr.
Jerome Levy, Director of Secondary
Education, who will become Pnncipal
of the Junior and Senior High School
in the fall "Our goal is to shape
students who are leaders m their
community, have a thorough
understanding of Judaism and an
enduring commitment to the
state of Israel"
From the 7th through the 12th
grade, all the courses offered at Hillel
are departmentalized, enabling the
school to utilize teachers who are
specialists in their respective fields
In fact, several of the instructors
also teach courses at colleges in
South Flonda.
"A child's Hebrew background
does not influence placement in
English courses or vice versa," Dr.
Levy noted "This enables the
students to progress as fast as they
possibly can in all their subjects."
There are honors courses in all
major subjects, which provide
advancement and enrichment A
ninth grade student who excels in
math could be admitted to a class in
geometry, which is a tenth grade level
course In addition, high school
honors students can take on-campus
courses that earn them college credits
Hillel also offers programs for gifted
students, which include independent
study projects, special programs with
Miami-Dade Community College,
guest speakers, and tnps.
"Our students consistently score
well above the national average on all
standardized tests and place well in
statewide contests." Dr. Levy pointed
out. This year a team from the school
placed in the top 25 (out of 300) in a
statewide Math League competition.
Computers are utilized extenyvely
throughout the general and Judaic
8 Federation. June 1987


Elementary Education... The Child as
Total Entity'
im
Mrs. Sandra Cole, who is now
completing her second year as
Director of Elementary Education,
has found a special environment at
the Hillel Community Day School
that meets the "total needs" of
growing children.
"In essence, we provide an
academic, creative, caring and
nurturing environment," Mrs. Cole
explained about the program, ranging
from the 1st through the 6th grade.
"The faculty and staff cares about all
aspects of the childthey are viewed
as a total entity. A lot of time is
invested in the development of the
child and insuring that the needs of
the child are met both inside and
outside the school... Also, there is a
great deal of communication between
the school and parent." She noted
that in addition to three report-card
periods every year, there are three
interim academic reports and two
formal teacher-parent conferences.
Learning the fundamentals of
reading and mathematics is a priority
in the elementary program. Flexible
groupings from grades 3 through 6
enable students to be in a class that
matches their skill levels and permits
them to make continuous progress.
Reading and mathematics labs are
available for remedial and enrichment
programs, and the elementary level
library has more than 7,500 volumes.
In addition, a gifted program led by a
specialist will be initiated next fall.
"Our goal is to endow students
with a love of learning and to provide
the necessary skills to enable them
to become independent ieamers,''
Mrs. Cole said.
The Best Of Both Cultures
The basic elementary general
curriculum includes reading, math,
grammar, science, phonics,
handwriting, social studies, and
spelling. There is an elementary
science laboratory and specialist. In
addition, every child has regular
classes in computers, art, music,
library and physical education. Health
and guidance sessions are part of the
physical education program. In
addition, regular sessions in the
School's library also teach the basics
of research skills and bring them into
further contact with the printed
word. In order to prepare them for our
high-tech world, work with
[is'i High School
A new Era
fciei. and Elite Katz, President, and
Ird, of the Jewish High School.
kher of both schools beginning
Par
Dvifir a more complete education
mer Executive Vice President of
this endeavor. "We can now
jDIic schools and continue to
|High Day School graduates."
f whom have been with
continue to educate the
1 graduates have been accepted
computers is conducted, and the
children actually have the
opportunity to work at the key-
board themselves.
Throughout the elementary years,
equal emphasis is given to the child's
Hebrew education. The Judaic studies
curriculum is progressive,
individualized and based on each
child's educational background and
experience. These studies offer the
maximum in Torah, modern Hebrew
language and literature. The Hebrew
teachers, all of whom are licensed and
certified by the National Board of
License through the Central Agency
for Jewish Education, provide
remedial classes in Hebrew for those
with little or no Hebrew background.
Judaic studies also help instill a love
and understanding for Jewish religion
and culture, as well as full
commitment to the State of Israel.
Considerable time is devoted to
studying the people of Israel, its
history and cultural heritage.
Hillel is one of the few Jewish day
schools with a strong "English as a
Second Language" program. A
number of the students are from
South America and Israel, and this
special program helps them learn the
language and adapt to their new
surroundings. "We find in a very short
time that the students become
acclimated and comfortable in the
school," Mrs. Cole said.
The elementary program also
stresses experiences in the
community. Students take field trips to
museums and cultural events and the
choircomprised of more than 50
children from grades 4 through 8
perform at nursing homes and
community events There are also
regular assemblies, special holiday
celebrations, and guest speakers.
All of the general studies teachers
are state certified and the majority
hold advanced degrees. The program
is accredited by the Southern
Association of Colleges and Schools.
"We want to produce students
who are achieving at the highest
academic level based on the program
we have provided for them. They are
gaining the best of both culturesthe
secular and the Judaicat Hillel."
Preparing Tomorrows Leaders
Studies curriculum. The high school's
computer lab, funded by ORT, is used
for courses in programming and
as a tool for instruction in many
other disciplines.
In the area of Judaic studies,
students participate in advanced
courses in the Hebrew language and
are prepared for Jewish life in college
and beyond. Through a mix of
experiences both inside and outside
the classroom, students are taught
Jewish culture and tradition and the
importance of service to the Jewish
community. Studies of the Bible and
Jewish history are conducted to help
students identify with the continuity
of the Jewish peopleits past,
present and future.
Both the junior and senior high
have strong extracurricular programs
that stress active participation by the
students. There are varsity and
intramural programs in sports
including football, volleyball, track
and field, basketball, softball,
cheerleading, golf, bowling, cross-
country, soccer and tennis. The school
is a member of the North Miami
Beach Optimist League in soccer,
basketball, and T-ball, as well as a
member of the South Florida
Independent Athletic Conference. In
addition, there are programs in karate,
aerobics, computer, arts and crafts,
drama, debate, and Talmud studies.
Students also take part in activities
throughout the South Florida
community and beyond. They have
taken overnight field trips to Disney
World and Epcot Center, Busch
Gardens, Kennedy Space Center and
Washington, DC. Every year students
participate in the Arts and Science
Exposition, Torah Fair, talent show,
and Dade County Youth Fair. They are
also actively involved in community
service projects, such as assisting at
the Special Olympics, collecting food
for the "Feed Miami" program, and
visiting patients in hospitals and
nursing homes.
The junior and senior high
programs are accredited by the
Southern Association of Colleges and
Schools All general studies teachers
are state certified and Judaic studies
teachers are licensed by the National
Board of License through the Central
Agency for Jewish Education.


Hebrew and
Judaic Studies...
Strengthening
Jewish Identity
It's been demonstrated that the
quality of a child's Jewish education
can determine the extent of their
Jewish practice and commitment in
adult life The curricula at the Hillel
Community Day School reflects this
awarenessHebrew and Judaic
studies constitute 50 percent of a
student's day. These studies begin in
the Earfy Childhood Program, with
children learning the Hebrew
alphabet and conversational Hebrew.
"One of the main thrusts of the
program is to ha\^ children become
fluent in Hebrew/' said Rabbi Jay
Neufeld. Director of Judaic Studies.
"Each year, as the student continues
to progress, we build on the
proficiency and knowledge of the
previous yearf'
In the second grade, students are
studying the Bible and Mishnah. and
by the sixth grade they start to study
the Talmud; all of the classes are
conducted in Hebrew. In addition, at
all levels there are classes in Jewish
history, culture, and literature. For
those students with limited Hebrew,
there are remedial classes and classes
conducted in English.
Classroom instruction is just one
component of the Judaic studies
program Daily prayers are conducted
throughout the school, the
elementary grades pray in class, while
the upper grades conduct prayers in
the chapel There are also
observances of all the Jewish
holidays, which deepen the students'
appreciation of what they study. At a
recent celebration of Yom
Ha'atzmautthe State of Israel's
independenceclassrooms at the
school represented major cities
throughout Israel.
One innovative feature of the
program is a Shabbatona weekend
away when students can observe all
aspects of Shabbat. "It's an
opportunity to experience Shabbat in
an authentic atmosphere," Rabbi
Neufeld said. "The children feel very
good about the experience."
All of the teachers in the Judaic
Studies program are licensed and
certified by the National Board of
License through the Central Agency
for Jewish Education. The school
serves strictly kosher lunches
prepared by our dietician of 17 years.
Elizabeth Kehe. under the supervision
of Rabbi Neufeld.
"XUe must educate the future
generation if they are to survive
Jewishly in America." Rabbi Neufeld
stressed. "They should have the skills
and knowledge, both in general and
Judaic studies, to choose a profession
and have a solid Jewish foundation."
ORT Helps Students Enter
Computer Age
The Jewish High School has been
the recipient of major funding from
ORT to establish its comprehensive
computer program. Computer
instruction is an integral part of the
schools curriculum and computer
courses are required for graduation.
The school's computer lab. which
offers instruction at all levels, is used
for courses in computer programming,
computer languages and word
processing. In addition, computers are
being extensively utilized as teaching
tools in general and Judaic studies.
Programs are being developed in
science, math. English, and Hebrew.
Computers are also being used to
enhance extracurricular activities, and
programs are being developed to
train teachers and parents in the use
of computers.
Hillel is most grateful to ORT for
continuing its generous support of
the computer program, which will be
expanded this coming year.
History...
troni Iron! pag*
instrumental to the School's growth
and success over the years. Many of
these dedicated lay leaders remain
involved with the School even though
their children graduated years ago
"Hillel is about to enter a new
period in its history." said Scheck.
whose three older children have
graduated Hillel. "I am excited about
Hillel and the Jewish High School
joining together to fulfill our dreams
of a total educational facility. Our
children can now spend 16 years with
Hillelfrom the time they are two
until they graduate from high school
The new high school will be known
as the Hillel Community Jewish High
School and will retain its current
faculty and continue to offer the finest
education in general and Judaic
studies.
"I think it's a wonderful
opportunity for both schools," said
Rabbi Menachem Raab. who will
become Hillels first Dean this fall
"The fact that these two schools are
coming together will give the
educational process an impetus and
encourage students to further pursue
their Jewish education after they
leave us."
Hillel also has a very active Parent
Teachers Association (PTA). which
raised $65,000 over the past two
years for equipment throughout the
School.
The Samuel Scheck Hillel Com-
munity Day School is dedicated to
nothing short of excellence in both its
secular and Judaic curricula. The
success of its mission is best reflected
by the graduateswho attend the
most prestigious colleges and
universities, build outstanding
careers, and have become leaders of
our Jewish community.
FOR MORE INFORMATION
OR A REGISTRATION APPOINTMENT,
PLEASE CALL 931-2831 (DADEJ OR
524-8688 (BROWARD)
The Samuel Scheck Hillel Community Day School
19000 N.E. 25th Avenue
North Miami Beach, Florida 33180
The Samuel Scheck Hillel Community Day
School and Hillel Gxnmunty Jewish High
School are non-profit organizations and
beneficiary agencies of the Jewish Federations
of Greater Miami, South Broward and Fort
Lauderdale. American ORT Federation and
Women's American ORT
We gratefully acknowledge the donation of
this space from the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation to we can toll the community
about our programs.
The School is fully accredited by the Southern
Association of Colleges and Schools and the
Southern Association of Independent Schools


Commerce and Professions Dinner Highlights
, Chapnick (right), chairman oftht board and
I neecutiv* officer of Commonwealth Savings and
[ssociation, and kit company ><' presented
-i, "Boneh Yiaroel" (Builders of Israel) Award
!,<> continued commitment to the Jewish com-
. v The award WOI presented by LeeSpiegelman.
chairman of the Builders and Allied Trades Ihiwon.
1% Jewish Accountant oftht Year Award was or* ie\
Albert J Beer (left) by Accountants D nCl '
man .1 Hachlm.

Women's financial seminar a success
1 1
'' i than I**' women attended a special financial seminar sponsored by th*
' lotion in cooperation with South Broward Federation's Jewish Community
h indation The event was co-chaired hy Florenc* Hecht oj Miami '""I Evelyn
i
h man Schlesinger, director of the Situational Crisis Services forth* < 'enter for
Psychiatry; ami Norms. Kipnis Wilson, from left to nght art. Esther Gordon, Evelyn Stiebt r Joan Gross, Norma
h Wilson, Florence Hecht, Elinor Gam, Gert Karttmer
Warren chairs Zero Coupon Bond committee
Philip T. Warren
The Foundation of Jewish Philan-
thropies will honor those individuals
who have made a commitment to its
Zero Coupon Bond progran .
Philip T. Warren is chairman of the
Zero Coupon Bond Committee He has a
long history of commitment to Jewish
life
"I started being aware of my respon
sibilities to the Jewish community at a
ver) young age I remember whei I ww
/ears old, m\ mother and father who
were Immigrants belonged
organisations m d \\ arrei
In 1961 Warren
Federation meetings in Detroit "I think
I was recruited when I was solicited
mj first meaningful gift I got involved,
started going to meetings, and felt good
about it
"In Detroit I worked on the
in the industrial automotive division and
continued to move up through the
various chairmanship levels In 1977 I
became their General Campaign Chair
man," he added
In 1982 Warren became Campaign
Chairman for the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation after years of local involve
merit here in Miami He became invoh
sd with the Foundation after hearing
about the Zero Coupon Hon.I Program
Philip T Warren is also a member I
the Federation's hoard of directors,
chairman of the Long Range Campaign
Planning Committee and a former chair
man and meml>er of the Greater Miami
Israel Bonds Board of Governors He
believes in the centrality of Federation
and in building a strong philanthropic
foundation to provide future genera
lions with a permanent source of income
and the ability to support the growing
needs of the Jewish community.
HowardSocol(left), chairman ojthe board ofBurdines received
the Harold Bosworth Award for his dedication to the Jewish
community. Peter Luria, dutirman of Ou Mercantile Division
it thi presenter
Generation-Skipping Transfers
By Steven A. Sadel
The generation-skipping tax was
first enacted in 1976 as a means of
preventing property from being
transferred to successive generations
without any intervening estate or gift
tax consequences. The initial tax was
extremely complex and was repealed
retroactively by the Tax Reform Act
of 1986, which substituted in its place
a simplified tax for generation-
skipping transfer.- made after Oc-
tober 22, 1986
The new law applies to "taxable
distribution," "taxable termina-
tions." or "direct skips." A "direct
skip" is a gift or a bequest under a
will to a person two or more genera-
tions below the transferor's (for ex-
ample, a gift to a grandchildl. A
transfer to a trust is considered a
"direct skip" if all the interests m the
trust are held bj so-called skip per
suns (i.e., grandchildren).
A "taxable termination" is a
distribution from a trust to a grand-
child (skip person). A "taxable ter-
mination'' occurs when a
beneficiary's interest in a trust is
initiated by death. After such
initiation, the remaining beneficiaries
of the trust are the grandchildren
(skip person).
For example, a parent creates a
trust for a child and grandchildren
During the child's life, income or
principal can be paid to the child and
to the grandchildren, and upon the
child's death, the trust terminate-
and it is distributable to the grand-
children. Any distribution of income
or principal to a grandchild during
the grandchild's life is a "taxable
distribution." The granchildren's
death is a "taxable termination "
Once it has been determined that a
generation-skipping tax is due, it
must be determined how much the
tax is and who pays the tax. For a
"taxable distribution." the transferee
(the grandchild) pays the tax from the
property received from the trust.
In the case of a "direct skip." the
transferor (grandparents) pays the
tax with other funds. The payment of
the tax is deemed an additional gift to
the transferee (grandchild) subject to
the gift tax. If the "direct skip" is
under a will or from a trust, the per-
sonal representative or trustee pays
the tax out of the transferred proper-
ty unless the will or trust directs
otherwise.
The generation-skipping tax is ex-
tremely significant and careful plann-
ing is required to minimize it's im-
pact. If careful attention is not paid to
the generation-skipping tax. it can
impose an undue hardship because of
the combination of the generation-
skipping tax and the estate and gift
tax. Individuals with sizeable estate
plans need to be sure that they are
ng into account the new
generation-skipping tax and using
the exemptions for that tax to their
full advantage.
St* en .1 Sadel is n member oj the
Miami law firm ofPatton and Kan-
.'/. received his undt-rgraiiuati
dears* from Emory I'mversity and
his liiu degre* from thi University
of Miami School of Law. In addi-
tion, hi received his Matters Degree
in Taxation from New York
I 'niversity
Federation. June 1987 11


The first campaign
K-/
The late Baron de Hiroch Meyer (left), tint cmmpmimn chairman of the (ireater Miami Jewish Federation, im pictured here m this
rare 1939photo at the mmeceoaful completion of Federation 't tint campaign Shaking hie hand tor "mjom well done" U Stanley
C. Mgert. Federation fbrot president. The campaign, which hmd m goal of $65,150, rmioed $82,745.
Federation prepares for "Mission of a Lifetime"
This year, in honor of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion's 50th anniversary, a "Mis-
sion of a Lifetime" to Israel has been
scheduled. More than 100 individuals
have already signed up for the Mis-
sion, which will honor the original
founders, past presidents and cam-
paign chairmen, who have been in-
strumental in Federation's history in
Miami over the past fifty years.
Serving as coordinating chairman
for the Golden Anniversary mission
are Harry A. (Hap) and Davids Levy;
mission co-chairmen are Marvis and
David Schaecter. The the cost of the
Mission is $2,600 per person and
there is a $2,500 minimum gift com-
mitment to the 1988 Combined
Jewish Appeal. "When we first an-
nounced that Federation was plann-
ing a 'Mission of a Lifetime,' the
original minimum commitment to the
Campaign was $5,000. Then we
realized that to celebrate the
auspicious occasion of Federation's
Golden Anniversary, we wanted to
have as many people as possible with
us in October. In order to make that a
reality, the committee decided to
reduce the minimum gift require-
ment, and try to make this Anniver-
sary Mission the largest ever organiz-
ed by our community. We want
everyone to be able to join us and
celebrate," said Hap Levy.
Serving as Honorary Mission Co-
Chairmen are Stanley and Martha
Myers. Polly de Hirsch Meyer will
serve as Honorary Chairperson for
the Golden Anniversary Campaign.
The GoUam Anniversary "Mis-
eion of* Lifetime" will include:
A presentation and special
ceremony in Israel for Federation's
founders, past presidents and past
campaign chairmen;
A Golden Anniversary banquet
at the Knesset with the prime
minister;
Gala anniversary concert with
the Israel Philharmonic;
Tour of the Jordan Wineries at
Katzerim in the Golan Heights;
Oath at Masada with represen-
tatives of the Israeli Armed Forces;
Golden Anniversary Simchat
Torah Celebration;
And much more.
"We hope everyone will share our
excitement and plan to join us for this
once-in-a-lifetime mission to Israel,"
added Levy.
More information about the "Mis-
sion of a Lifetime," can be obtained
by calling Federation at 576-4000.
"Mission
of a Lifetime"
"MISSION OF A LIFETIME"
PARTICIPANTS
Bunny and Sam Adler
Judy and Michael A
Annette and Lei K< -
Shirley and Jules Ai
Heiene and Stanlej Ban i ti
Roai and Saby B< I
Hon. Elaine and Hi
Sara and Thomas
Hazel and Herbt i
Bett) arm Mike I
Susan and I>r H-
Amy Dean
Terry and I'r Ml i .
Loifl and Alvin El
Kolun an Mikki and Morris F iten
Elinor and Arnol i
Bett) and Jack l h
Miriam and San
Susan and John Greenfu
Iloo and Robert Grud< r
Elsie and Alex Halbersti
Mrs. Marcia Simon u
Kaplan
Gertrude ami Melvin Kart; n r
Ida Kesselman
Tina and Jonathan Kislak
Rose Klausner
Myra Shear and .Marshall Langer
Donald E. I.efton
Lisa Lefton
Marcy I^efton
Davida and Harry A Hap Levy
Joel Levy
Nancy and Norman H Lipoff
Molly Mamber
Ellen and Bernard Mandler
Carolyn and Leonard Miller
Martha and Stanley C Myers
Ruth Neinken
Marsha and Gerald Olin
Dorothy and Aaron Podhurst
Ellen Rose
Phyllis and Sam Rosen
Amy and Neal Schaecter
Marvis and David Schaecter
Maxine and Kenny Schwartz
Roberta Segal
Jan and Sid Shneider
Rebeca and Isaac Sklar
David B. Smith
Joan and Harry Smith
Marjory and Lee Spiegelman
TanLa Klied and Mike Sumberg
Renee and Philip T. Warren
Norma and Allan Wilson
Fay and Harold Zinn


12 Federation. June 1987


MISSION OF A LIFETIME
^^W IW
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I I 1
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Mission of a
Lifetime"
Come hear all of the sensational
details about the Golden Anniver-
sary "Mission of a Lifetime" at
two special dessert receptions.
Talk to individuals who are
already signed-up; then join us in
the excitement of this once-in-a-
lifetime experience.
North Miami Beach Area
Tuesday, June 9. 1987
7:30 p.m.
at the home of
Hazel and Herb Canarick
or
Young Leadership
(under 40 vears)
Thursday. June 11. 1987
7:30 p.m.
at the home of
Amy Dean and Alan Kluger
RSVP to Judy Eitelberg,
576-4000.
Donald E. Lefton, (left) 198? Combined Jewish Appeal
chairman, discusses the details o/ the mission with
Stanley C. Myers. Federation's first president and
honorary chairman "/federation's (iolden Anniver-
sary celebration
W i nd Stanley C Myers, hoi n \ chairmen
in InmiH raa r / lebration
fc\
7. mm v.-^i _
Samuel I Adlerflefti and Harry A "Hap" Levy
past Federation presidents, took forward /> ih
coming "Mission of a Ltfetinu Levy is aeti
roonlinating chairman for Ihi mission.
ny. both
the ufi-
ng as
Alliance Division Chairman Herb Canarick (left) and
Federation Associate Executive Vice President Elton J.
Kmu\sx talk about the 'Mission of a Lifetime'' at a re-
f*nt meeting. Canarick will be hosting a future meeting
{this home for others who are interested in joining the
mssion.
i
David Schaecter (pictured) is serving as chairman of
the mission along with his wife Marvis.
Federation, June 1987 13


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Sancy Lipoff
Chaxr
1987 General Assembly
Helene Berger
Vice Chair
Herb Canarick
Vice Chair
Judi Billig
Assistant
Vice Chair
Judi Billig joins the General Assembly Committee
Judi Billig has been appointed to
the position of assistant vice-chair of
special events for the General
Assembly, announced Nancy Lipoff,
G.A. chair.
In this capacity, she will assist
Helene Berger, vice-chair for special
events in the coordination of ac-
tivities for the Council of Jewish
F.ilerations General Assembly that
will be held in Miami, November
17-22. 1987.
Billig brings to the committee a
solid background of volunteer service
in Federation's Women's Division,
having served as the North Dade area
chair, vice chair for leadership
development and vice chair of com-
munity education. She has also serv-
ed as the vice-chair for Super Sunday
for the past two years. In addition to
Billig's full schedule of activities at
Federation she is a social studies
teacher at North Miami Beach Senior
High School and is active in Beth
Torah Congregation.
According to Herb Canarick, G.A.
vice-chair in charge of volunteers,
"The Miami community will host
more than 3,500 delegates from
across the country at the General
Assembly. Volunteers are needed to
provide the hospitality. We hope
everyone will follow Judi's example
and become involved. Use the form
below to sign up today and in return,
be our guest for one day, free, at the
G.A."
Volunteer for the General Assembly
CJF GENERAL ASSEMBLY-NOVEMBER 17-22,1987
VOLUNTEER REGISTRATION

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Federation, June 1987 15


FRIDAY. JUNE S
The A ventura Jewish (.'enter. 2972 Aven-
tura Boulevard in North Miami Beach, in-
vites single adults of all ages to its mon-
thly Shabhat Service beginning at 8:15
p.m. Rabbi David B. Saltzman will lead
the prayers and Cantor Bernard Knee
will chant the liturgy. Oneg Shabbat will
follow the service. Call Shula Amikam at
935-3742 or Rabbi Saltzman at 932 7969
for more information.
SUNDAY. JUNE 7
A farewell party will be held to honor the
South Floridians who are leaving over the
next few months to make their homes in
Israel. This farewell party is sponsored by
the Aliyah Council of South Florida in
lonjunction with the Israel Aliyah
Center, the South Florida Chug Aliyah.
and the North American Aliyah Move-
ment. Entertainment will feature
vocalist/guitarist Claude Kadosh. This
party, which will he held at 7:00 p.m. at
the Greater Miami Jewish Federation.
4200 Biscayne Boulevard, is free and
"(x-n to the public.
SUNDAY. JUNE 7
A Yom Yerushalayim (Jerusalem Day)
celebration will be held at 7:00 p.m. at
Temple Emanu-El of Greater Miami.
1701 Washington Avenue in Miami
Beach. The celebration will feature Israeli
(ieneral Uzi Narkiss. the "Liberator of
Jerusalem," who led the troops who
reunified Jerusalem on June 7. 1967 dur-
ing the Six Day War. This program is free
and open to the public. For more informa-
tion call 538-0385.
TUESDAY. JUNE 9
The annual installation dinner for the
B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation of Greater
Miami will be held at Hillel House, 1100
Stanford Drive at 7:30 p.m. The dinner
will honor Carole Romer and Bill Romer
for years of dedication and leadership to
B'nai B'rith. For more information please
call Barbara Swan at 661-8549.
TUESDAY. JUNE 9
The Samuel Scheck Hillel Community
Day School will hold its ninth grade
graduation and award ceremonies at 7:30
p.m. in the Friedman-l'hlar Auditorium.
Refreshments will be served. The com-
munity is invited. For more information
call 931 2831.
TUESDAY.JUNE 9
The South Florida Conference on Soviet
Jewry will hold its monthly meeting at
the Greater Miami Jewish Federation.
4200 Biscayne Boulevard, beginning at
7:30 p.m. For more information call
576-4000. ext. 291.
WEDNESDAY. JUNE 10
The National Council of Jewish Women.
Greater Miami Section, will hold its first
hoard meeting of the new club year at the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation. 4200
Biscayne Boulevard beginning at 10:00
a.m. Call ">76-4747 for more information.
WEDNESDAY. JUNE 10
The Samuel Scheck Hillel Community
Day School will hold its kindergarten
graduation at 7:00 p.m. in the Friedman-
1'hlar auditorium Refreshments will In-
serted. The community is invited. For
more information call 931-2831.
THURSDAY. JUNE 11
The South Dade Branch of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation will hold the se-
cond meeting of its Professional and
Business Forum beginning at 8:00 a.m. at
Enterprise Bank in Kendall. A continen-
tal breakfast will be served. There will be
no admission charge and no solicitation of
funds. The guest speaker will be Lewis
Schaffel. managing partner of the
"Miami Heat." Miami's future basketball
team. If you would like to join the forum
contact Michelle Jaffe at 251 9334.
TUESDAY, JUNE 16
The Greater Miami Jewish Federation will hold its 49th Annual
Meeting and Campaign Victory Celebration beginning at 7:30 n m
at the Omni International Hotel. 1601 Biscavne Boulevard
The evening will include:
Election of the officers and board of directors, trustee*, and
leadership and advisory councils;
Celebration of the 1987 Campaign achievement, with a n
tribute to all of our campaign workers
Presentation of the 1987 Stanley C. Myers Presidents'
Leadership Awards to Judy Adler. Richard A. Berkowitz and
Ellen Rose.
Couvert is $10. Dessert and coffee will follow the conclusion of this
non dinner meting. Dietary laws will be observed.
For reservations, please call the Greater Miami Jewish Federation
at 576-4000. ext. 261.
WEDNESDAY. JUNE 17
The Miami Jewish Home and Hospital for
the Aged. South Dade Fnends of Douglas
Gardens will hold its new board meeting
Contact Steffi Cohen at 751 8626 for time
and details.
SATURDAY. JUNE 20
The South Dade Jewish n.muriity
Center will hold a "Builder Baah" at
Flagler Dog Track beginning .it mi p.m.
honoring individuals who have made com
mitments of $10,000 or more to the
capital funds campaign for the new .enter
facilities. For more information call the
JCCat 251 1394
Barry University Jewish Studies Program offers courses for summer
and fall semesters
Barry University's Graduate Prorram
in Jewish Studies is offering two pro-
grams during Summer Semester II (June
22 July 31). The classes are: "Modern
Jewish History," which explores radical
developments in recent Jewish history in
North and South America. Eastern and
Western Europe, and Israel and the Arab
countries; "Rabbinic Judaism," a class
exploring significant aspects of Rabbinic
Judaism such as the relationship of God to
Israel, the Oral Tormh. the pattern of
Jewish life, repentance and redemption
and morality
The Masters in Arts program in Jewish
Studies at Barry University is also gear-
ing up for its fall programming
(September 2-December 11).
Classes include "Hebrew 1," an in-
troduction to Hebrew as a written
language with emphasis on grammar,
vocabulary, and syntax;
"Biblical Judaism," is an analysis of
significant aspects of the religious views
expressed in the Bible such as "creation."
"the relationship of God to humankind,"
"covenant." "Torah." "repentance." and
"redemption"; "Jewish-Christian Rela-
tions" explores the history of Jewish-
Christians relations with emphasis on
such topics as anti-Semitism and its
origins, the Holocaust, theological
perspectives, and the modem Jewish-
Christian dialogue;
"Modern Jewish Thought" investigates
contemporary Jewish thinkers such as
Hermann Cohen, Franz Rosensweig.
Martin Buber. Abraham Joshua Heschel.
and Rabbi Joseph Soloveichik.
Scholarship money and financial
assistance are available for all programs.
Detailed information about the courses,
including class times and locations, can be
obtained by contacting Barry University
at 758-3392.
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Barry University Graduate Program in
Jewish Studies is a beneficiary of the
Combined Jewish Appeal
Greater Miami Jeunsk Federation and
the Barry University Graduate Program
in Jeunsk Studies Partners m a ear-
ing community.
Rescue and Migration
provides new services
As part of the new Amnes-
ty/Legalization Law. the Rescue
and Migration Service of the Na-
tional Council of Jewish Women
Greater Miami Section, has been
chosen as a Qualified Designated Entity
(QDE) by the Immigration and
Naturalization Service in Washington
DC.
In that capacity, the Rescue and Migra-
tion Service will be providing immigra-
tion counselling and technical assistance
to those individuals who are now able to
"emerge from the shadows" and obtain
legal immigrant status.
For any inquiries, please call Charlotte
Oliver. Director Rescue and Migration,
576-4747.
Rescue and Migration Service is a
beneficiary of the Combined Jewish
Appeal.
Greater Miami Jewish Federation and
Rescue and Migration Service Part-
ners in a earing community.
Federation *s
Information and
Referral Service helps
the elderly
Federation's Information UK) Referral
Service provides a central resource for
people in need of assistance Housed in
the Federation building, the service
assesses the client's needs, determines
which agency can provide the needed ser-
vices and renders appropriate referrals
The service also renders folk ip aMs
tional assistance to clients if necessary.
A newsletter for the elderly, titled.
"Lifestyle." is also published U ree times
per year. The publication dissen .nates in
formation on cultural, rehgv *>>
tional and Jewish programming in the
area.
The goal of the service is to nelp the
elderly maintain their MspendtaM
long as possible and through equation to
prevent any crisis situation which can re
avoided.
If you would like more inforn_tx>e
please write to:
Information and Referral Service
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
4200 Biscayne Boulevard
Miami. Florida 33137
or call 576-4000. ext. 283
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