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Jewi]h. Flon? idliain
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Vol. 60 No. 24
Miami Friday, Juna 12,1987
50 Cents
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AP/Wide World Photo
AT BARBIE TRIAL: Lueien Favet shows his pass before enter-
ing the court in Lyon to testify during the trial of the former ordered by Barbie in 19UU of the farmhouse in the milage oflzieu,
Gestapo chief, Klaus Barbie. Favet is an eye-witness of the raid where Id Jewish children were hidden.
Memory
Gives Life
To Barbie's
Crimes
By EDWIN EYTAN
LYON (JTA) Nobel
Peace laureate Eli Wiesel told
a packed courtroom here last
week that the reason for the
trial of Klaus Barbie is not
simply to bring to justice a
Nazi war criminal who had
long evaded it, but to remind a
forgetful world of the
Holocaust.
"This trial is important to
remind us of what happened.
Justice without memory is in-
complete," the 58-year-old
author and Auschwitz survivor
declared from the witness
stand.
He said he came here, the
scene of Barbie's crimes, "to
stop the killer from killing
twice. The killer kills twice.
First, he kills his victim, then
he tries to erase the traces. We
must prevent this second
death. This is why I am here.
This is why this trial is so
important."
HE SPOKE with the same
quiet eloquence that raised his
books to the stature of classics
in his own lifetime, the
definitive documentaries of
the Holocaust, the word he
coined to apply to the exter-
(ontinued on Page 6-A
Supersonic
Lavi Doomed?
Flight Tests Superb,
But Politics Say No
By HUGH ORGEL
TEL AVIV (JTA> A
prototype of the Lavi, Israel's
-tcond-generation jet fighter
plane, broke the sound barrier
for the first time Sunday dur-
ing its 49th test flight. But the
iiuestion remains whether the
Lavi would be able to break
the economic-political barrier
that has put its future in
upardy.
Menachem Shmul. chief test
pilot for Israel Aviation In-
dustries (IAI), went "super-
sonic" with one of the two ex-
tant prototypes. Until now he
put the aircraft through its
paces at subsonic speeds. He
reported that in each test
flight, the plane outperformed
its ground simulator.
Shmul wrote in the current
edition of the IDF Journal that
1,800 test flights will be per
formed with five prototypes
before the Lavi is put into
production.
IT MAY NEVER get that
far. Senior Israel Defense
Force officers have complain-
ed that the Lavi is diverting
funds from other badly needed
weapons systems. The Cabinet
debated the project for the
third time Sunday, but reached
no decision.
Mauri r quoted Defense
Minister Yitzhak Rabin Mon-
day as saying that "Even if a
Cabinet majority decides to
continue the project under cur-
rent conditions. I will not be
able to carry out the decision."
He added, "I will not allow the
Lavi to destroy the IDF."
SOVIET REFUSENIK: Vladimir Vassersh-
teyn hold* hands u-ith his mother. Feign
X'ussrrshtryn. a/lor arriruty nt Miami Inter-
national Airport some two waatM ago aooanv
pmned by his wife and li-year-old son on a
AP/Worldwide Photo
flight that originated in theSoinet Union. Also
meeting Vassershteyn were his father and
other family members. The two families had
tn-en separated for nine years.


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Relations Strained As Justice |wj
Strips Bartesch of Citizenship
FORMER NAZI ARRESTED: Martin
Bartesch. 60 (left), the former Nazi concentra-
tion camp guard, shown in thus photo with his
son, Heinz, a San Francisco businessman, has
been arrested by Austrian police and charged
W U !. U
with being a tormcr samp guard. The elder
Bartesch was a janitor in ('hicag >;/..r. M '7
ed the United States for Austria tn VSftS 000
where this photo was taken.
Austria Incensed
U.S. Boots Former Camp Guard
Bj REINHARD ENGEL
VIENNA (JTA) -
Austria's attempt to return
Martin Bartesch to the United
States was thwarted, at least
temporarily, over the weekend
because no airline would issue
a ticket to the former SS man
who was a guard at the
Mauthausen concentration
camp during World War II.
The Ru man i an-born
Bartesch. 61, has been the
center of a dispute between
Austria and the U.S. since he
arrived here last month with a
valid U.S. passport, only to be
stripped of his American
citizenship as soon as he
landed.
The Austrian authorities
were not informed in advance
that Bartesch was about to be
denaturalized for lying about
his Nazi past when he entered
the U.S. in 1955. They charg.il
the U.S. Justice Department
with high-handedness and
subterfuge. Bartesch vu
.aken into custody pending
deportation.
STRAINS WITH the
Americans worsened when it
became apparent that U.S. of-
ficials had warned all air car-
riers that if they flew Bartesch
Israel Awareness Day
MADISON. Wis. (JTA)
(Jov. Tommy Thompson pro-
claimed May 31 Israel
Awareness Day in Wisconsin.
to New York they would have
to take him back to Vienna at
their expense because he
would not be admitted. It was
a slap in the face for the
Austrian Interior Ministry,
which had ordered a ticket for
Bartesch and brought him to
the airport under police guard
Interior Minister Karl
Blecha complained of "wild
West methods." Bartesch.
who is seeking resident's
status in Austria, was released
from custody in Linz Accor-
ding to the District Attorney
there, he can l>e picked up at
any time either to be deported
or tried for murder. The
District Attorney said
Bartesch has confessed to kill-
ing a camp inmate during an
escape attempt.
He also is accused of killing ;i
resistance fighter in Vienna
wh<> was identified by the
Nazis as a Frenchman, pro
ttahly Jewish.
HE MAY NOT have to stand
trial because of the statute of
limitations and l>ecause he was
a minor at the time
Meanwhile. U.S. Am
bassador Ronald Lauder
apologized Monday t> Vice
Chancellor and Foreign
Minister Alois Mock for (ailing
to inform Austria of the
Justice Department's action
against Bartesch He insisted,
however, that the return of
Bartesch to the U.S is "not
possible."
Austria signed an agree
ment in 1964 which gave the
U.8. the right to deport
refugees to the country they
came from if it w;is determin-
ed that they gained entry ti-
the U.S illegally But the
agreement also required the
U.S. to inform the country of
origin in advance
Mock said after meeting
with Lander that the matter
has been cleared up for the
time being. But he said there
iraa no guarantee that similar
cases would not occur in the
future since Austris does not
require visa- of persona
holding I S passports
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VIENNA (JTA) The
r,.|;t! hetwi en Austria and
the I nited S ere further
strained this week over the
Martin Bartesch, a
Rumanian-bom allege.! former
guard at the Mauthausen con
centration camp who. stripped
of his American citizenship for
war crimes, name here claim
ing the right to reside in
Austria.
Austrian BUthoritit
angered by the I 9 Justice
Department's recent ban on
the entry of President Kurt
Waldheim because of his alk g
ed complicity in Na/i
atrocities, are further incensed
b) the failure of the Americans
to inform them in advance that
they would allow Bartesch to
go to Austria with an
American passport
HE WAS not officially
deported. His IS citizenship
was not revoked until the day
he arrived in Austria. There is
no treaty between the U.S.
and Austria regarding the
deportation of undesirable
aliens. Austria therefore con-
siders Bartesch still an
American citizen and plans to
return him to the 1 S
Bartesch. who is accused of.
among other things, the
murder of a French Jew in
1948) was declared persona
non ijrata hen- A warrant was
issued for his arrest He gave
himself up at a police station
Mondaj and was formally ar-
rested to be held for
depo nation
"Austria dees not want to
get the image of a haven for
Nazi war criminals.'' Interior
Minister Karl Blecha declared.
A spokesman for the Foreign
Nv'"'; *' that
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Friday, June 12, 1987/The Jewish Floridian Page 3-A
?LOCAU8T REMEMBERED: Bluma
merman being consoled l>y her son Harry
mat during the dedication of a memorial
Upture in Skolcie, III., a Chicago suburb.
m. Federman, one of Skokte's 7,000
uocausi survivors, spent overfiw years in a
tentration camp. The it-foot high bronze
ipture is in the form of a freedom-fighter
trding a mother, her murdered infant, a
AJVWida World Photo
nibhi and a child clinging t<> the rabbi's knet t.
The sculpture ten* vandalized less than j,
hours later. Tht word 'Liars' and swastikas
wen emblazoned across the inscription, 'In
Honor of the Ghetto Fighters, the
Underground Resistance and the I'.S. Arnwd
Forces Who Helped Defeat the Scourge of
Nazism.'
Tolocaust Memorial
Suffers Defacement in Skokie Suburb
p SUSAN BIRNBAl M
F\V YORK (JTA) A
Dan Chicago Holocaust
rial, dedicated last week,
defaced with spray-
ited swastikas and
latory phrases before
eak Monday (June 1).
in the suburb, Skokie.
of a confrontation bet-
[Holocaust survivors and
US in 1978, are in-
it inn the crime, hut have
jtects.
vandalism tiMik place
ime between 4 and 6
Monday, according to
?l Kotzin, regional direc-
the Greater Chicago
lal Office of the Anti-
lation League of B'nai
(routine police patrol
Ired it at 6:16. Kotzin
[the perpetrators must
n hiding in hushes and
[quickly. He did not rule
desecration l>eing the
lof teenagers, exhibiting
llity and aggression
these young people
|they can hurt people."
said.
fEVER, he confirmed
Btence of various hate
h operating in the
U area, with splinter
i ranging in size between
id six persons each.
n^ neo-Nazi ideology.
There have l>een a few reports
of anti-Semitic literature and
fliers. But Kotzin said ADL
found a decrease in anti-
Semitic activities in the
Chicago area from 23 in 1985
to 11 in 198*5.
The bronze monument is
located on the village green
between Skokie Village Hall
and the public library. It
features five figures: a mother
holding a child embracing an observant
male Jew, ami above them
with arms spread, a male
resistance fighter. On each
figure, swastikas were
sprayed in silver paint. Over
the words honoring "the
underground resistance and
the U.S. Armed Forces who
helped defeat the scourge of
Nazism" was painted the word
"Liar."
The monument, the work of
Detroit artist Edward
Cheaney, was built after a
three and a-half-year fundrais-
ing effort by the Holocaust
M onument Com mittee,
established by the Holocaust
Survivors of Metropolitan
Chicago. Of Skokie's popula-
tion of 69,000 about half are
Jews, an estimated 7,000 of
w h 0m a r e H 0 IOCa u s t
survivors.
Many of them helped to put
Skokie into the national eye
when they opposed a planned
neo-Nazi march through
Skokie streets in 1978. After
legal challenges to the march
organizers, who were af-
filiated with the National
Socialist Party of America, a
small demonstration was held
instead in a Chicago park.
MAYOR ALBERT SMITH.
who was Mayor in 1978 during
the well-known neo-Nazi inci-
dent, released a statement
about the vandalism, saying:
"I. and the citizens of Skokie.
abhor this criminal act. We
believe that this highlights the
need for us all to never
forget."
A $1,000 reward for infor-
mation leading to the arrest
and conviction of those respon-
sible was offered by the
American Jewish Committee,
the Roman Catholic Ar-
chdiocese of Chicago and the
Church Federation of Greater
Chicago.
The three groups released a
joint statement saying: "This
incident not only represents a
violent assault on public pro-
perty, but it defiles and
trivializes the suffering of the
victims of one of the most
monstrous evils committed
during this century. It is
especially painful for the many
Holocaust survivors who live
in the Skokie area, for it is a
tragic reminder that hate and
bigotry continue to poison our
community."
MONDAY EVENING and
again Tuesday afternoon.
Jewish religious services were
held at the memorial. Clean-up
of the vandalism began
Wednesday.
Kotzin noted that more peo-
ple have seen the memorial
since the vandalism than who
came to the dedication
Sunday.
Mordechai Levy, leader of
the Jewish Defense Organiza-
tion, said that the group has
"several dozen people" in
Chicago who are going to
patrol the nearby synagogue
and Jewish institutions "to
make sure the incident does
not repeat itself."
Zundel Will Get New Trial
Aimed At Restoring Conviction
TORONTO (JTA) The Supreme Court of Canada
rejected last Thursday a request for appeal by the Ontario
government aimed at restoring the conviction against pro-
Nazi propagandist Ernst Zundel. Following the Supreme
Court's decision. Ian Scott, Ontario Attorney General, pro-
mptly announced Zundel will get a new trial on the same
offense.
ZUNDEL WAS found guilty in 1985 of breaching a
"spreading false news" section of the Canadian criminal
code by publishing a booklet denying the truth of the
Holocaust. He was sentenced then to 15 months in prison
and ordered not to publish anything on that subject.
Last January, the Ontario Court of Appeals
unanimously rejected the conviction on grounds of ir-
regularities in jury selection and not permitting certain
items of evidence.
Greenspan To Succeed Volcker
WASHINGTON -(JTA) President Reagan has named
Alan Greenspan a New York economist as chairman of the
Federal Reserve Board, succeeding Paul Volcker.
THE 61-YEAR-OLD Greenspan must be confirmed by
the Senate for the four-year term. He was chairman of
President Ford's Council of Economic Advisors from 1974.
Greenspan is a member of two predominantly Jewish
clubs, the Hillcrest Country Club in Los Angeles* and the
Harmonic Club in New York.
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Page 4 A The Jewish Floridian/Fridav. June 12. 1987
Is Reagan's Gulf 'Policy'
A Mistake?
Just where the Reagan Administration's
policy with reaped to the Persian (iulf ap-
peara to be taking us is as difficult t<> assess
as is Reagan Administration policy m the
nearer Middle East. All of a sudden, the
President wants 11 Kuwaiti oil tankers to be
flying the American flag in their pass
through the Iraq-Iran war zone.
The object is for the American flag to
deter Iran from the kind of target practice
on the Kuwaiti tankers that it engaged in on
the USS Stark several weeks ago. But like
SO much Reagan bluster, this is a pure
charade. Remember the "students" who
seized the U.S. Embassy in Teheran? The
sight of Old Olorv flying above it did not
deter Iran then. Not for Jimmy Carter.
Nor did the presence of U.S. Marines in
Beirut stop anybody or anything from blow
ing up some 260 of them. Not for Ronald
Reagan either. Or how about just plain old.
ordinary, everyday American hostages
whose kidnappings in Beirut have been in-
spired by the Ayatollah?
All of this should give us cause to wonder
if Mr. Reagan is making a mistake when he
believes that a U.S. flag on a Kuwaiti tanker
will make a safety difference to the tanker,
when a U.S. flag on the USS Stark did not.
Our Strange Friends
What is worse, if the President and his
shrewd aides are hell Ix'tit on this dangerous
policy and Mr. Reagan has already
assured America's '"allies" in Venice at an
economic conference this week that he is not
'bluffing'" then the fact is that the
Kuwaiti tankers will have to be protected
without American air power, since tin- Per-
sian Gulf is too small for aircraft carriers.
But not only President Reagan, other
Presidents l>efore him have long known that
the Gulf would be a tough place to protect as
an international waterway. It is precisely for
this reason that Washington has at least for
a decade made a profound effort to win the
right to base U.S. fighter planes and their
support forces in "friendly" countries in the
area.
Among those of our "friends" who have
out-and-out refused US: the very Kuwaitis
whose ll tankers Mr Reagan is now deter
mined to protect against Iranian attack;
and. of course. Saudi Arabia, to which the
Reagan Administration is now attempting
to sell another dozen F-15jet fighters worth
a half-billion dollars on top of the AW ACS
and numerous missile systems of several
years ago.
Biggest Bluff of All
Indeed, it is this very Saudi Arabia which
refused to send up planes to force down the
Iraqi fighter that attacked the USS Stark
and killed 37 of its men.
The Saudis, constantly touted by Presi-
dent Reagan as America's "moderate ally"
among the Arabs in the Middle East, in fact
financially supports the PLO, refuses to
assist Egypt in a normalization of relations
with its Arab peers after the peace treaty
with Israel, and constantly warns away Jor-
dan from joining Israel and Egypt in an ex
tension of peace efforts in the area
As for the Kuwaitis, they taunted the
Reaganites into the President's latest mad
cap policy by bringing the Soviet Union into
the Gulf area as Soviet flag guarantors of
three other Kuwaiti tankers. And with the
I'nited States not to le outdone, and now
determined to guarantee 11 more.
Americans perhaps need reminding that
Kuwait's news media continually attack our
country with a virulence bordering OR the
stunning.
Most recently, Kuwaiti media BCCUSed
President. I of being behind the st-
uck on the USS Stark because lie "par
ticipated directly and indirectly in fomen-
ting, escalating and continuing the (Iran
Iraq) war."
Why do these nations, the Kuwaitis and
the Saudis, get away with this kind of insani-
ty? Because our OWH insanity is to stand by
while tin- President talks to us about them
as if none of their sins against Ufl are real
And also plays his own brand ol taps over
the "heroes" whogave their lives aboard the
Stark to protect America's "national securi-
ty" interests in the Persian Cult' because
our own insanity is to refuse to call it a lie
that these men.'a.- Mr. Reagan has told us.
did not die "in vain."
Surely, they did, and not alone because
their deaths were the result of Amer
naval incompetence more so than ol Iraqi
missile expertise, but bees is* the Ad
ministration continues its polio ol speaking
aggressively while acting illogical!) In
short, of acting without any polic) at all.
When at Venice this week the Presid
said he was not "bluffing." that was perhaps
the biggest bluff of all.
South Beach Jews
Await Next Step in Area's Renewal
B) JIM sitll'l.n
When Menachem Begii
nounced Project R* newa I
gathering of Jewish leaders in
1976, he sprang it on U
unawares The great I
that tie is. bis idea for a ;
nership t" better the live
Jewish j?*- f-i came from him
with ii" preamble and full
Mown, much t> the chagrii
the 1 MA offi.
the meeting
The) too are for the n
nan. dreamers Bui i
lion to the dreamers t!. re an
the "bean counters who have
to deal with the nuts and I
of a program like lv.
Renewal.
They asked f<>r a year's
hiatus t<> organize the p u u I
get it underway Th\ .
asked for a pledge from the
Israel: government thai tl i
matching hinds which Begin
hail promised would be
aside for the new progr
IN THK yean which have
followed, Project Renewal has
had its upa and downs There
are some spectacular succi
stones Miami's (r Aki\
among them and some
flops. Then- are bureaucratic
horror stories and 'ales of
great individual ingenuin and
initiative There are heroes,
funny fellows and villains
Meanwhile, a lot doser to
home, the better than 20,000
Jews still living on South
Beach await the next series of
events in the continuing
revitalization of that area For
some of them it will mean
dislocation and unhappineai
Pet others, the gmtrifica-
tiori of the area will mean a
better way of life for them to
live out their twilight years
There are pros and cons on the
plans and what it means to the
greater communit) as well as
the mostly elderly .lews of the
area
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grab you bj the heart You fly
Israel You are among your
people You see the results of
Jewish monej in a Jewish
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and mortar Emotion runs
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f-'"tions that make the
dynamics of communit)
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Volume 60


'fiyswist Saddened By
Jxodus from Science
Move to Wall Street
Friday, June 12, 1987/The Jewish Floridian Page 5-A
By YITZHAK RABI
Isidor Isaac Rani, the Nobel
jreate physicist and one of
world's most renowned
HitistS, laments the fact the
fa are not as prominent in
world of science today as
ly were a generation ago.
Jews used to Ik' 'he best
blara and scientists. But
young Jews of this genera*
" go to Wall Street. They
e money. Now the best
lars are the Orientals,"
[89-year-old Kal>i said in an
"view in New York.
lut. he noted. Jews are still
kributing to the world of
ice. "All I can say is that I
pleased."
tAKI. who was awarded the
Prize in physics in 194 1
[his work on magnetic pro-
ties of atomic nuclei, was
d to rank Israel's position
le world of science today.
iel is a modern scientific
It is not a world leader,
lit plays a significant role in
(world of science. It is not
{France, the United States
'est Germany, but it can
kinly be compaed to
tria, for instance, or be
fed above Norway or
id when it comes to
|ce," Rabi observed.
bi was born on July 29.
in Rymanow. Galicia,
kh was then part of
ia Hungary, to an Or-
>x Jewish family. He im-
ited to the United States
Ilia family at the age of '_'.
pas ever since been living
fw York.
He has had a M-year associa-
tion with Columbia University,
which in 1985 accorded him
the rare honor of creating a
professorial chair in h's name.
In 1967 he was named Pro-
fessor Emeritus by the
university.
STILL VERY much active
and alert today, he remains a
familiar figure on Columbia's
campus, where he meets with
students, attends seminars
and works in his office almost
daily. He is also a member of
Israel's Bar-Ilan University's
Science Advisory Committee.
Sitting in the living room of
his Riverside Drive apartment
overlooking the Hudson River.
Rabi reflected on the role of
science in modern times.
"Science is the most important
subject in the modern human
world." he said. "Science
gives you power over nature.
but this power implies ethical
responsibility. Therefore,
ethics must also come out of
science."
Does the linkage between
science and ethics mean that
science can be misused?
Rabi replied in the affir-
mative. "Science can Ik- misus-
ed when it is used to kill peo-
ple," he said, "or when the
science of psychology, to give
another example, is used to
manipulate people."
THE P R O F E S S () R .
however, is aware that some
times there are just wars, such
as the war against Nazi Ger-
many, or Israel's wars against
its enemies.
'I was not against the atom bomb during
the war. We were in an emergency then.'
"I was not against the mak-
ing of the atom bomb during
the war. We were in an
emergency then, trying to
save civilization. Rut a just
cause is hard to define You
have to use it (science) in self-
defense. It is a just war to
fight somebody like Hitler or
the Ayatullah Khomeini," Rabi
said, referring to Iran's
fanatical leader.
On the subject of science and
religion, Rabi said: "If you
mean a religion which is found
in the supernatural, it is very
difficult for a scientist to
follow, although some of the
scientists I know are devout
lews and Christians. I am a
religious person in a sense that
I am a Jew. I am glad I am a
Jew. I am not an atheist. I
Continued on Pape 12-A
Kippa, Coptic, Jew
Comfortable Union in Their Traditions
iis frisbee-shape head covering
Ins to attract some, deter others
By I)K AKYEH J. GEIGEB
I remember it quite well. It
was when I was 19 years old
and in corporal's course train-
ing in the Israeli army that I
made the conscious decision to
become a practicing Jew. As I
have learned since, the social
aspect of that decision had lit-
tle to do with putting on
tefillin. observing the Sabbath
and Halacha. instead, the
significant element in becom-
ing observant was wearing a
knitted kippa from then on.
I have learned and observed
since, that this piece of knitted
cloth has become tin- focus of
much attention and especially
projections among persons I
encounter on a dailj bas
This frisbee-shaped h<
COVI
IN ISRAEL, 1 have
, i associated with Gush-
Emunim, a camp on the
political and religious "right."
The fact is that while I believe
Judaea and Samaria are
Jewish land. I also ascribe to
Aryeh Geiger received /h>
PhD degret at Temple Univer-
sity. Hi will / returning to
Jerusalem this summit- to
germ as co-principal of Uu
I'rlich Religious Experimental
High School for a iris.
the notion of territorial com-
promise where there is a viable
peace option. Yet in Israel, I
almost never have the oppor-
tunity to advocate my position
since my kippa immediately
places me in a certain political
camp.
In the United States. I have
often tried to obtain support
for my school, Pelech. It seems
that in encounters with non-
Orthodox Jews, I have to
nd half my time dispelling
i
I
eleel
relig ou ing
ranc< Zionism and cohe-
sion w the Jewish com-
munity. ,et, I am constai
on the defensive.
In interfaith encounters. I
am endowed with the scholarly
knowledge of great rabbis,
with characteristics of a saint
or guru. Why? Because I wear
a kippa.
DOES IT have its benefits?
Most assuredly so. My fellow
.lews and non-Jews as well
ascribe to me the quality of
strict religious practice. They
credit me with a more spiritual
existence and affinity to the
Creator. Literally on a daily
basis, I hear some joke about
my interceding with God for
this, that, or the other. If I
wear a kippa. I am intrinsically
good. Well, thanks but no
thanks.
Too often have I heard the
bitterness and complaints
about the intransigence of the
Orthodox community. True.
the observanl or Fialachic
Jew es|
hich
Jew At the same time, i !on-
e r v a 1 Reform,
Reconstrui misl and other
forms of Judaism are equally
responsible for the walls which
separate us.
Continued on Page 12-A


Page 6-A The Jewish Floridian/Friday. June 12. 1987
HOLOCAUST MEMORIAL IN LYON: Eli*
Wiesel, w iftiu 1986 Nobel Peaa Prize,
is shown isurid* Uu Holocaust Memorial in
I.ynr pointing to *i photo taken by Germans in
th> Bxrkenau camp ,. J9iS Wiesel piekt
w w
his plact insidi a hut >'
in tki* camp. Tht Holocaust M- n
built in -'. hourt and inaugurated May /.'
ri q) '' I
Nai minal, Klaus B i rrj
second and killed it as well.
SHE WANTED to die. but
the killers preferred her alive.
I can see her today as she then
picked up the two small bodies,
drew them close to her chest
and started dancing. How can
I narrate such a scene? How
can I understand the evil
which hurts more than pain?
"Maybe one of the worst
things which happened was to
sec ethers suffer. For a son to
MC his father in pain, for a
father to see his son tortured.
All the victims ere my
brethren. We bear them love
and admiration." Wieael
declared
He added "All the victim*
were nol Jewish, but all the
Jew were the victims For the
n histor) an entire
nation, from the oldest to the
, the richest to
the | rest, were sentenced to
death. The aim of the enen j
was to uproot them.
them I kill their
Being i Jew
was a capital crime for which
capit al pun t was
pr"\ ided
HE RECALLED that
"Even th< (' rn ai realized
Wiesel Warns
Memory Must Keep History Alive
Continued from Page 1-A
mination of six million Jews by
the Nazi.-.
The court listened in rapt at-
tention. The three magistrates
and nine jurors seemed spell-
bound Prosecutor Pierre
Truche shut his thick Barbie
file and leaned forward, intent
not to mis- a word. < mly an oc-
casional sob from the public
gallery broke the silence of the
hushed courtroom.
The entire world knows
Wiesel's histor] Plucked from
;i Hungarian village in 1944
and put aboard a sealed tram
to the Auschwitz death camp
with his family. he alone lives
to tell the tale He told it here
again, 43 years almost to the
day after his deportation and
three days before his son's
15th birthdaj. his own agt
the time
WIKSKI. CONPE88ED
that more than four decades
after the tragedy he fails to
understand its meaning. "1
still cannot understand how
these people, the sons of the
most educated and civilized na
turn m Europe at the time.
could have produced these
killers." he said
"I -nil fail to understand the
members of the Sonderkom-
mandos (the s ned out the tortures and
murders) could have been doc-
tors, lawyers, artists, music-
lovers who had killed by day
and returned to their homes in
the evening to read poetry and
listen to classical music."
The Nazis were obsessed
with killing Jews, Wiesel told
the court. The deportation
trains carrying the victims to
death camps were given priori-
ty over military trains taking
troops, arms and supplies to
the Eastern front where the
German army was then falling
back under the Soviet counter-
offensive.
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"There are some things about
which I cannot speak, like the
death of my little sister, the
suffering of my father, the
Lth of my mother, lest 1
start weeping," lie said.
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all, the barbed wires
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of the welcoming committee.
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high heaven as if to d<-\ oui
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has been abolished in France.
He is 73, reportedly in poor
health. Under French law,
which allows the defendant to
be absent from his trial, Barbie
has boycotted the proceedings
since May 13. two days after
they started.
In his brief appearances in
the dock he personified the ar-
rogant, unrepentant Nazi,
claiming he was being held and
tried illegally. Many feel
outraged that he was not forc-
ed to be confronted by the
testimonies of Wiesel and
other witnesses.
His lawyer, Jacques Verges,
jolted and revolted the court
when he resorted to an ir-
relevancy to challenge Wiesel.
He asked the Holocaust sur-
vivor what he thought of
French collaborators.
"I did not live through that
jK'riod (in France).'" Wiesel
replied. "I knew a generous
France which welcomed me
after the war. The trial of that
(wartime) France must take
place one day. It must confront
its memories, it must go
through a lucid examination of
its past. But not in this con-
text, not in the context of this
trial."
THE PURPOSE of Verges'
question then became ap-
parent. "Do you think that
Israel should in its turn do the
same for the murder of Arab
children in Deir Yassin?" the
lawyer asked,
Wiesel replied, "1 am fully in
solidarity with Israel, and I
find it regrettable that the
lawyer of a man accused of
such horrible crimes as Barbie
is should accuse the Jewish
people. Is it all he has to say?"
Reprimanded by presiding
.ludge Andre Cerdini. who
warned Verges he was "no
longer dealing with the trial,"
the lawyer managed to get in
the last word amid angry
shouts of protest from the
gallery.
"So it is the French alone
who have to cast a lucid look at
their history? What I want is
that all nations be given the
same treatment," he said.
TWO OTHER witnesses
followed Wiesel on the stand:
Ita Halaunbrenner. whose two
daughters were among the 44
Jewish children from the
Holocaust
village of Izieu deported to
Auschwitz by Barbie; and For-
tunee Benguigui, whose three
sons were in the same convoy.
Halaunbrenner, 86, said she
waited 43 years for this mo-
ment. She had even gone to
Bolivia with Nazi-hunter Beat e
Klarsfeld in 1972 to try in vain
to have Barbie deported. On
the witness stand she was
barely able to speak. She shook
her fist at the empty prisoners'
dock. "The name of my misfor-
tune is called Klaus Barbie,"
she said in a trembling voice.
"Justice, all I want is justice."
Friday, June 12, 1987/The Jewish Floridian Page 7-A
Called 'Hoax9
Barbie Trial Spurs Hateful
Anti-Semitic Graffiti in France
By EDWIN EYTAN
PARIS (JTA)- The trial
of Nazi war criminal Klaus
Barbie has produced a flood of
anti-Semitic graffiti and pam-
phleteering all over Prance,
much of it aimed at high school
students in the Paris area.
The most frequent claim is
that the Holocaust was a
Jewish hoax. A synagogue in
Nantes, a city of 223,000 in
northwestern France, had its
walls daubed with the words.
"Free Barbie" and "Hitler will
live for 1,000 years." The graf-
fiti was discovered Sunday
morning by Rabbi David
Azoulay. The local police are
investigating.
Elsewhere, anonymous
tracts have appeared stating
that "No Jews were killed by
the (iermans who deported
them to Eastern Europe
because the Jews were the
enemy of Germany."
The tracts add. "The Jews
opposed Hitler like they op-
pose Waldheim now, but a
thousand times more." The
reference is to President Kurt
Waldheim of Austria, who has
l>een accused of complicity in
Nazi atrocities when he served
in the German army in the
Balkans during World War II.
Barbie, charged with crimes
against humanity, is on trial in
Lyon where he was the war-
time Gestapo chief responsible
for the deportation of
thousands of French Jews to
death camps.
They Review Issues
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New York's Sutton Place Synagogue, Rabbi Dax'id B. Kahane
(left) and his guest, Benjamin Netanyahu. Israel's ambassador to
the United Nations, review issues Co be cm'ered.
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Page 8-A The Jewish Floridian/Friday. June 12, 1987
Soviet Repression Rapped
But Rabbi Urges Peace Efforts
Moshe Arad Named To Succeed
Rosenne As U.S. Ambassador
MOSCOW (JTA) A
leader of American Reform
Jewry strongly condemned
Soviet repression of Jews in
the USSR here Sunday but
warned at the same time that
the efforts for peace between
the world's two superpowers,
the avoidance of nuclear con-
frontation, must not be aban-
doned "in the name of
protest."
Rabbi Alexander Schindler.
president of the Union of
American Hebrew Congrega
tions (UAHC), addressed a
conference of the Interna-
tional Physicians for the
Prevention of Nuclear War.
He and Father Theodore
Hesburgh, former president of
Notre Dame University, were
invited to participate in the
conference by Dr. Bernard
Lown of Boston, president of
the physicians' group which
won the 1986 Nobel Peace
Prize. The theme of the con-
ference is "Religion and
Ethics in the Nuclear Age."
Schindler bore down hard on
the Soviet Union's "severe
strictures on the right of
Jewish emigration" and its
"trampling" on the religion
and culture of Soviet Jews,
"denying them books, the
schools, the teachers and the
language required for its
sustenance."
BUT "having protested
these and other civil rights in-
justices, we must not fall into
the trap of joining the shrill
voices of those who wish to
sink the Soviet Union and
America into incendiary
rhetoric and reciprocal
military confrontation."
Schindler stressed that
"protest and pence art' not
mutually exclusive. If we
swallow OUT protest for the
Panel To Eye
Misconduct
By DAVID LANDAU
JERUSALEM (JTA)- A
three-mail judicial commission
to investigate alleged miscon-
duct by the General Security
Services was appointed by
Supreme (lourt President Meir
Shamgar last week. He acted
at the formal reij lest of
Premier Yitzhak Shamir.
The panel is headed by
Justice Moshe Landau, a
former President of the
Supreme Court Its other
members are State Com
ptroller Judge Yaacov Maltz
and Gen. (Res.) Yitzhak Hofi, a
former head of Mossad.
Israel's external intelligence
agency.
The Cabinet has voted to in-
itiate a judicial inquiry into the
GSS. also known as Shin Bet,
following charges that it
fabricated evidence and ex-
tracted a confession by illegal
means to obtain the conviction
by a military tribunal in 1981
of former Israel Defense Force
officer Izat Nafsu on charges
of treason and espionage.
Nafsu. 32. a Circassian
soldier, was sentenced to 18
years' imprisonment. He was
released on May 24 by order of
the Supreme Court, which
overturned his conviction and
upheld his charges against the
GSS
sake of peace for the sake
perhaps of not offending the
governments of our East
European delegates then
the frail peace will be over-
turned by the writhings of the
injustice itself," Schindler
said.
"But if we abandon the
peace in the name of protest
by becoming cold-war warriors
and urging an acceleration of
the arms race then the pro-
test corrodes into an immoral
threat."
Schindler was critical of both
the U.S. and the USSR. "Each
of the superpowers arrogantly
considers itself to be Jacob,
the one worthy of Isaac's
blessing, the one capable of
carrying the values of the pre-
sent into the future. And each
considers the other one to he
Esau: the hunter, the predator
that would sell his principles
for a bowl of porridge.
"THE WORLD watches us
now as the great powers at-
tempt negotiations, and we
pray for their success yet
there can be no genuine end to
the obscenity that we know as
the arms race until
glasnost" (openness) becomes
a way of life rather than an ex-
traordinary experiment within
the Soviet Union; until the
policy-makers of the United
States realize that the heavens
are themselves a canopy of
peace over our earth," an ap-
parent reference to the U.S.
Strategic Defense Initiative
(SDI) which would deploy-
nuclear weapons in outer
space.
Continuing in the same vein.
Schindler said peace remains
remote "until the spiritual
might rather than the armed
might of the Soviet Union is
proudly displayed in the May
Day parade; until the U a
government understands that
national security cannot Ik* at-
tained by lieing the first
among the countries of the
world in arms sales, even while
we are only 15th in literacy.
llth in doctor-patient ratio.
18th in life expectancy and
19th in infant mortality "
By DAVID LANDAU
JERUSALEM (JTA) -
The Cabinet Sunday confirmed
the nomination of career
diplomat Moshe Arad to be
Israel's next Ambassador to
the United States. Arad. 52.
who is presently Amliassador
to Mexico, was summoned
home last week for meetings
with Premier Yitzhak Shamir
and Foreign Minister Shimon
Peres.
He will succeed Ambassador
Meir Rosenne. whose four
year tour of duty in
Washington expired on May
31. An official announcement
will be made when the U.S.
formally concurs with the
appointment.
ARAD'S NOMINATION
andod months of wrangling
U'tween Shamir and Peres
over who would fill Israel 'i
most important diplomatic
post abroad. Until now. each
man's proposal was vet.mm! by
the Other Shamir consistently
supported Hanan Baron, a
recently retired diplomat.
Peres reportedly rejected him
Oil ground;- he would not fO
over well 00 television. Baron
left the foreign service and is
now vice president of the
Weizman Institute of Science
And served previous!;
comptroller-general of the
Foreign Ministry an.i as
tant director-general in charge
of information. Earlier m his
career, he was an aide to
Justice Minister Yaac >v Shim
shon Shapira
Arad's nomination was op-
posed by only one Cabinet
member Likud I.iU-ral Gi-
deon Patt. who \g Minister of
Science and Technology.
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Friday, June 12, 1987/The Jewish Floridian Page 9-A
Israel Given UN Criminals File of Some 40,000 Names
By YITZHAK RABI
I'NITED NATIONS -
(,1TA) Israel received Mon-
day 489 files on Nazi war
criminals from the confidential
archives of the United Nations
containing the names of
; criminals and their
collaborators.
The files were handed to
Hmyamin Netanyahu. Israel's
Ambassador to the United Na-
tions, who went with his aides
to the UN archives in midtown
Manhattan.
"This initial delivery is part
of the files requested by the
Israel government for the Yad
V ashen Institute for
Holocaust Research in
Jerusalem," Netanyahu told a
press conference here Monday
ifternoon.
THE FILES are in addition
to S49 files that Israel received
; inspected in recent mon-
Netanyahu said the latest
PS contain the names of and
information about senior Nazi
nfficiala, (iestafM> agents, SS
era, death camp doctors,
p commanders and ghetto
-visors.
The information contained
these files can shed impor-
tant new light on the person
el, organisation and crimes of
Nazi extermination
Mine." the Israeli envoy
said.
He said that six countries
were members of the now
defunct United Nations War
mes Commission support
iel's demand that the IN
I ives l>e opened to the
ic. They are Australia.
ind, Yugoslavia. Uenmark.
ece and the United States
Israel government will
' nue its efforts to convince
remaining memU-r states
support opening the files,
ihu Said. "It defies
comprehension why
files should continue to
ised to public inspection.''
(plained
NETANYAHU GAVE the
- conference a sampling of
names contained in the
lie received Monday.
mg them are Martin Bor-
who was secretary of
Yarmulke Law
Wins Support
I W YORK I.1TA)
legislation introduced in Con
to permit religious Jews
' inj; in the military to wear
irmulkea is supported by the
Synagogue Council of
America, an umbrella
mization of U.S. Jewish
Ireligious organizations.
The legislation states that
A member of the Armed
I Forces may wear an item of
Migious apparel if (it is)
part of the religious obser-
vance of the religious faith
[practiced by the member." It
1 sponsored by Sen. Frank
I-lutenberg (D., N.J.), and has
Senate co-sponsors.
|K.presentatives Stephen
Bolars (D., N.Y.). Patricia
Bchroeder (D.. Colo.) and Jim
<>urter (R., N.J.) are co-
S|>"n.soring it in the House.
Last year the U.S. Supreme
-ourt ruled that the Air Force
W not have to make an excep-
P' m to its dress code to allow a
e*i Captain Simcha
'Iman, to wear a yarmulke.
the Nazi Party. Hitler's per-
sonal secretary and signer of a
protocol on October 2, 1940
which launched the Final Solu-
tion. He was sentenced in
absentia to life imprisonment
at Nuremberg on September
30, 1946. If he is alive, he
would be 87.
Another name was Otto
Abetz. the German Am-
bassador to Vichv who
deported 40,000 French Jews
to death camps on July 2,
1942. He was sentenced to life
imprisonment by a Paris court
in 1949 but was released five
years later. He died in an
automobile accident in 1958.
Also among the names was
Dr. Werner Vest, who
represented the Third Reich in
Denmark during the war and
ordered the deportation of
thousands of Danish Jews.
Most were spirited by the
Danes to neutral Sweden. Vest
was sentenced to death in
Copenhagen in 1946 but was
released in August 1951. He
was tried again in 1969 but
released in 1972 for health
reasons. He is still alive.
ANOTHER NAME was Dr.
Otto Dreschler, the Nazi
(Jovernor of Riga. Latvia, who
ordered 15.000 Jews deported
to death camps on November
29-80, 1941 to make room for a
transport of 18,000 Jews from
Vienna, Hamburg and Prague.
His whereabouts are
unknown.
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Page 10-A The Jewish Floridian/Friday, June 12, 1987
Depressed Rabbi
Should Board Readmit Him To Central Conference?
By ALISA KWITNEY
Jmvitk Floridian Staff Writer
Jason Huebsch. an
Evanston. 111. freelance public
relations person, has taken on
a very controversial client
himself. Huebsch, who was or-
dained as a rabbi by the
Hebrew Union College in Cin-
cinnati in 1973. is publicizing
his struggle to gain readmis-
sion into the Central Con-
ference of American Rabbis.
Huebsch. who resigned from
the organization in 1978 and
has tried three times to gain
readmittance since 1980, con-
tends that he has been refused
on the basis of a handicap,
which, he says, is a breach of
Federal law.
HUEBSCH WAS diagnosed
in 1980 as having a condition
known as depressive illness, or
chronic depression. This condi-
tion, often caused by a
chemical iml>alance. can be
treated with medication and
psychoanalysis. Huebsch is
currently >>n medication, under
the supervision of a
psychiatrist whom he sees for
15 minutes every three weeks
Many famous people, among
them prominent politicians,
poets and musicians, have this
condition, according to
Huebsch. "Other members of
the Central Conference of
American Rabbis have the con-
dition as well.*' says Huebsch.
who cites Rabbi Jacob Rader
Marcus, honorary president of
the organization, "as one of
my sources for this
information.*'
So the question of why
Huebsch has been singled out
by the Conference as an unac-
ceptable candidate for
membership remains.
Huebsch. in his article, "Han-
dicaps and Stigmas: The Per-
sistence to Endure and the
Spirit to Excel." answers this
question by calling the Con-
ference's reason for refusing
him admission "a hoax." He
does not say why.
HUEBSCH BECAME a
member of the conference
Sculptor Wins Medal
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National Sculpture Society has
presented the Herbert Adams
Memorial Medal for achieve-
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Publicist Jason Huebsch insists
he has 'ability to serve.'
a bit of a rebel," explains
Huebsch, who fails to identify
what he means by "indepen-
dent" or to describe what he
was "outspoken" or a "rebel"
against. Huebsch wrote a let-
ter seeking readmission into
the Conference. He received
an answer of "categorically
no."
In 1985. Huebsch reapplied.
and at his insistence, met with
the admissions committee. He
sjwike with the committee
Bout his illness, and says
"everyona ni respectful. A
few were empathic." But ten
days later. Huebsch received
telephone call and was told
that "the reason we are not ac-
cepting you is your depressive
illness and handicap. SCOOT
ding to Huebsch.
ON THE advice of Ex
SCUtive Vice President of the
Conference Rabbi Joseph
Glaser, Huebsch says that he
went to do volunteer work at
even different congregations
in tnier to demonstrate his
competency in a synagogue
situation. Then in April of this
year, he wrote the admissions
committee and asked to reapp-
ly for the third time to bsCOOM
a member.
Not content to await the
decision, Huebsch tried to rally
support from his colleagues in
the area and called each
member of the admissions
committee "to lobby and riv.
my perspective." e
The answer that Huehsch
alleges he rece.ved was an un
Signed memo statin* that
The superabundance of mai,
and telephone calls from you
and about you convinced 't|>
members of our committee as
well as many of the m^l
whom you solicited, that m
are unable to demonstrate the
self-control necessary fornm
perly fulfilling the function, (lf
a rabbi.
"As a consequence, your ac-
tions have compelled us to re-
ject your application for
mission to the CCAR."
RABBI GLASER has refus
ed to comment on the issue to
The Jewish Floridian, saying
only that "the p f" th(.
Conference is that this is a con-
fidential matter within the
context of ;. professional
religious org inization.
not a matter for the public.
Due process has beei
through the proper 11 arm
the Conference .,- been
reviewed ai d lered
several tin,.
Asked if currw
undertaking ictio]
against the I
Huebsch n he is
"trying to nej
moment
The
less \ ocst frustrai
than handic&i
In Ins artii
and stigma- Huel
whether m< I i litions
and stigma- .: ;
right t<> serve !' rl aps" he
writes, "it is not a 'right to
serve' so much as an 'ability to
serve.' "
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automatically in 1973 when he
was ordained as a rabbi. From
1973 to 1974, he was spiritual
leader of Temple Berith
Shalom in Troy, N.Y.. but was
formally asked to leave
because, according to
Huebsch, "I followed a saint
(the late Rabbi Julius Gutman)
and was compared un-
favorably. The congregation
said that they wanted dynamic
change, but thev didn't. I mov-
ed too fast. I m not a par-
ticularly patient personality."
Asked about who inherited
his pulpit. Huebsch replies that
Rabbi David Fass served there
for five years, and was suc-
ceeded by a woman rabbi who
has been serving there since
then "for a number of years
now."
The Conference did not give
Huebsch any placements after
he lost his pulpit in Troy. NY.
which was the reason Huebsch
handed in his resignation in
1978.
"THEY HAVE a brokering
resource for finding pulpit,
academic and chaplaincy jobs.
It was a case of blackballing. I
was outspoken, independent
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Friday, June 12, 1987/The Jewish Floridian Page 11-A
Abrams' Administration Post Seems Weakened
By DAVID FRIEDMAN
WASHINGTON (JTA) -
The position of Elliott
Abrams, Assistant Secretary
of State for Inter-American
Affairs and one of the most
outspoken Jewish neo-
conservatives in the Reagan
Administration, appeared
vnuous Thursday (June n
after his two days of testimony
fore the Senate-House Iran
('ontra Committee.
However, Abrams, who ad-
tted he had misled Congress
year about the Ad-
istration's aid to the Con-
tras, indicated at the conclu
n "f his testimon) Wednes-
hat he plans to remain in
job.
SECRETARY of State
<.....rge Shultz "seems to be
etty satisfied with the job
done for him.'* he told the
n mittee. '"That make- me
happy and very proud."
Israel, Shiite
Understanding?
Bj HUGH ORGEL
TEL AVTV (JTA) An
lentified Israeli "senior
urce" urged Israel to reach
.n understanding with
derate Shiite elements iii
Lebanon while waging
ii relenting war aga nst the
extremista.
TSie so wee, quoted by
Haarett OR Sunday, drew a
notion between Amal, the
tream Shiite militia, and
Hezbullah, the pro-Iranian
itants inspired by the
Watollah Ruhollah Khomeini.
don't fight Hezbullah
tl determination and resolu-
tion, we will contribute to the
ince of the Shnte minority
toward this extremist
inization at the expense
d," he said
Hezbullah is an enemy, just
the Palestinian terrorist.-.
source said, claiming that
'.' to attai k sites inside
Amal's targets are in
south Lebai in security
he said.
We must take into
ion the continuing pro-
of erosion of Amal's
*er. In the long tern, Amal
onh chance to reach a
nable agreement or
lerstanding with the
pulation of southern
Lebanon," he said.
Meanwhile, Maariv quoted a
Beirut radio report last Satur-
that a booby-trapped car
n by a woman exploded
r riday enroute to the security
zone. According to Maariv,
the incident is the first time
this year that Syrian-backed
leftist activists in Lebanon
have attempted a car-bomb at-
tack. Hezbullah abandoned
them on orders of the Shiite
religious authorities. Maariv
^aid.
Mezuzah Affixed
SYDNEY (JTA) Before
(Ha rma^ Judicial welcome as
federal court judge recently,
Marcus Einfeld and Rabbi Pin
lhus Feldman affixed a
mezuzah to the judges
Cambers, an event believed
unprecedented in New South
"ales legal history.
This assessment was second-
ed later by State Department
spokesman Charles Redman,
who said Shultz "thinks
Secretary Abrams is doing a
sensational job, and he has full
and total confidence in him."
But several members of the
committee, including some
who praised Abrams. indicated
that the Administration may
have difficulty in getting ap-
proval for continued funds for
the Contras if Abrams is still
at the State Department when
the Administration makes its
request in September.
The 39-year-old Abrams is
the son-in-law of Norman
PodhoretZ, editor of Commen-
tary, the magazine published
by the American Jewish Com-
mittee, that is considered the
intellectual voice of the neo-
conservative movement.
A FORMER aide to the late
Sen. Henry Jackson (I)..
Wash.) and Sen. Daniel
Moynihan (I).. N.Y.). Abrams
campaigned for President
Reagan in 1980, speaking
largely before Jewish
organizations.
When Reagan took office in
1981, Abrams became Assis-
tant Secretary of State for In-
ternational Organizations. But
when Reagan's first choice for
Assistant Secretary for
Human Rights and
Humanitarian Affairs, Ernest
Lefever, could not get Senate
approval, Abrams was named
to that job.
In that post, he frequently
appeared before Jewish
organizations, particularly on
the issue of Soviet Jewry. In
the 1984 presidential cam-
paign. Abrams appeared
regularly before .Jewish au-
diences on Reagan's behalf.
Abrams moved over to the
I nter A merican Affairs
Department m 1985.
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Page 12-A The Jewish Floridian/Friday. June 12. 1987
Kippa, Coptic and Jew Find
A Link of Understanding
Continued from Pftjre .'>-A
The noil-Orthodox Jewish
o>mmunity often makes me
['eel like the Christian notion of
tearing the cross. I have to be
defensive and at timts suffer
in order for others to evaluate
me based on my qualities and
frailities Thus, the object I
wear on my head l**comes not
a matter of my ^rsonal con-
viction and relationship with
God, but at the same time a
focal point for others to pro
j e c t their biases and
projections.
I RKMKMBKR an ex
perience more than a decade
ago. It was pre-Camp David
(Israel-Egyptian peace treaty).
I was in Nicosia, Cyprus and
: met a ('optic Egyptian
university student. The Cop-
tics also wear a head cover, a
'Mercenaries'
Spreading AIDS?
By EDWIN EYTAN
PARIS (JTA) A crude,
anonymous leaflet accusing
"young Israeli mercenaries'
01 introducing and spreading
AIDS in Western Europe and
the rest of the world, is being
widely distributed among
French high school student.v
But there is more serious
concern over a pamphlet
issued by the respected
"French League Against Sex-
ually Transmissible Diseases"
which implies that Jews are
somehow responsible for the
fatal ailment for which no cure
has yet been found.
THE PAMPHLET claims
that Kaposfs sarcoma, one of
the earliest symptoms of
AIDS, is an affliction of elderly
Jewish patients While the lat-
ter are not accused of
spreading AIDS, the inference
has been deplored by civil
rights organizations
The tracts appearing in high
schools are clearly anti-Semitic
in intent. Some handwritten,
others badly typed, they as-
signed by "The Anti AIDS
' ommittee. The students are
urged to "pass on the word."
larger knitted white "kippa"
covering more of his head than
mine. This Coptic Egyptian.
and I got into the usual
rhetoric of blaming each
others' countries for all the
animosity between our
nations.
Since this was getting no
where fast, we decided to walk
through the Nicosia market
place As we strolled through
these narrow streets,
shopkeeper after shopkeeper
peeked out of their respective
Ux.ths to look at the two
strangers in their midst. All
the shoppers seemed to stop
and stare. This bustling
market place had come to a
virtual standstill because of us
Eventually, we realized
what was going on. and U>th of
us broke out into hysterical
laughter. In a matter of a few
minutes, the Cypriote had
managed to do what the two of
us could not manage. They had
bonded us together Since we
were both wearing kippot
we were both strangers from a
similar place the two of us
"together" were a foreign
group. Through their projec-
tions toward our head-
covering (just alx>ut the only
thing we shared in common),
they assumed we were of the
same source.
POSSIBLY, this anecdote
can aptly describe what the
non-Orthodox community is
doing to the kippa-wearing
Jew. You assume we are
uniform when we are not. You
assume we are of the same
political orientation when this
is totally unfounded. And.
more often than not. you fail to
expend the energy to look
beyond or under the kippa. In
conclusion, it is my dream that
wearing a kippa be recognized
aa I personal reflection of my
own religious observance and
not as an object which create!
boundaries between me and
my fellow Jews This would be
a significant step m building
and binding the Jewish com-
munity a priority which I
lelieve vm- all ascribe to and a
challenge for which all .lews
an- squall) responsible
Rabi Feels 'Wonderful, Comfortable'
In Role As American and Jew
< on tin iied from Pajre 5-A
have no objection to the idea of
(lod. the Creator, but I find it
hard to follow the idea of God.
the Administrator. It is less
not**! than the grand idea of
Cod the Creator."
Although he was born to an
Orthodox Jewish family,
whose many members perish-
ed in the Holocaust. Rain says
he does not practice the rituals
Of the Jewian religion Asked if
he attends lynagOffUC ,,n Yom
kippur. he said, "No
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"Yes and no." he replied. "I
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Friday. June 12. 1987/The Jewish Floridian Page 13-A
ROADBLOCK: Thra Israeli soldier* at a roadblock near Elon
\l',nh if Israel check Ik* identification papt rs ofa passing Arab
'i innrhy villagt after Uu body of 8-year-old Ram\ Ckaba
W Wide World Photo
was found murdered in a earn last week. Th, army clamped a
curfew m thret nearby Arab villages in tin n-m oftiu Jewish
West Hunk settlement.
Official Outrage
Jewish Settlers Attack Daheisha Refugee Camp
Bv GIL SEDAN
\nd DAVID LANDAU
JERUSALEM i.ITAi
Israeli political and military
aders have xprea
itrage over the armed attack
.I.'wish settlers on the
Daheisha refugee camp near
hlehem Sunday night.
1 fense Minister Yitzhak
Kabin called the incident "a
I il of top magnitude" and
demned the "lawlessness"
settlers who used arms
.''i for their self-defense
r such purposes.
Foreign Minister Shimon
Peres said the attack on the
; was ''irresponsible and
acceptable." Chief of Staff
1 len I Ian Shomron who visited
Daheisha Monday called it
despicable."
THIRTEEN settlers from
Kiryat Arba, the Jewish
township adjacent to Hebron,
were arraigned before a
Jerusalem magistrate Mondaj
for allegedly participating in
the attack. Judge Aharon
Simhs said they would !
charged initially with "illegal
(tat nering." Additional
charges may he forthcoming
when the investigation is
completed.
According to Palestinian
sources, 70 settlers were in-
volved in the attack Israel
Defense Force officers moke
sbt carloads. The IDF in-
tervened after the settlers
i the camp in the dead
night, firing rifle Bhots
igh windows and damag
property. There were no
..lit lev.
Amram MitXI a, com
r Of the central Sector,
' the assault the most
iistmc ever
perpetrated by .lews in the ad
ministered territories.
RABIN SAID on a Voice of
Israel Radio interview Monday
that the attack was a case in
point not to allow armed
civilians to take the law into
their own hands. "We shall do
our utmost to prevent similar
incidents and to assure that
public order is maintained by
the entire population in the
territories."
Rabin criticized "certain
political elements" who have
been critical of military com-
manders. "This is an un-
precedented development and
all political factions should put
an end to it." the Defense
Minister said.
He was apparently referring
to the sharp attack Monday on
Mit/.na by Vuval Neeman.
leader of the ultra-nationalist
Tehiya Party, who objected to
the general's strong condem-
nation of the settlers. N'eeman
said he accepted the settlers'
version of events that they
happened to be passing the
camp and were st< ned b>
Palestinians.
MITZNA SAID all evidence
pointed to a carefully planned
raid. He called the settlers'
story "a disingenuous had
joke."
Shomron, touring Daheisha
with a small army of reporters
and television camera crews,
supported Mit/.na He said the
general spoke on the basis ol
'fact.-." Camp residents coin
plained of lack of security
Some declared. "No one will
scare us."
Settler- on a Jei
Hebron bus taunted thi
ol Staff as the) passed the
camp "What are you doing
Defense Minister
Yitzhak Rabin
called the incident
a scandal of top
magnitude' and
lawlessness.
here?" they called out
The Knesset's Foreign Af-
fairs and Security Committee
adopted a resolution Monda)
affirming that law and order in
the territories was the sole
responsibility of the IDF. The
resolution was approved by
Labor and Likud members, but
while the former condemned
the settlers. Likud MK's
criticized Mit/.na for his caustic
remarks.
Kahane Ousted
From MK Seat
Bj HUGH ORGEL
TEL AVIV (JTA)-Rabbi
Meir Kahane, leader of the
Kach Party, was ousted Mon-
day from the Knesset for
refusing to take the oath of
allegiance to parliament and
the State as rt quired bj law.
Knesset Speaker Shlomo
Hillel said Kahane would be
barred from entering the
Knesset building as 8 member
and stripped of Ins right to
speak or vote in Knesset
deliberat ions.
The Knesset House Commit-
tee will decide later whether
Kahane will lose other
privileges such as t'rvt'
postage, travel, telephone and
housing allowances. The Com
mittee is waiting for the
Supreme Court to rule on
Kahane.- appeal against his
ouster.
If it stands, his privileges
may be revoked retroactively
to the date of his election to
parliament in 1984. That
means Kahane would have to
reimburse the Knesset for
allowances paid to him since
them.
When Kahane entered the
Knesset chamber Monday he
was summoned to the podium
by Hillel to take the oath.
Holding a Bible open to the
Book of Psalms, he said. "'I do
undertake" the proper
response but added "to ad
mit the supremacy of the
Almighty."
It was the second time
Kahane refused to pledge
allegiance to the State. When
he was sworn in to the Knesset
three years ago. he used the
same formula. The oath at that
time was administt red by
Yosef Burg of the National
Religious Party, who said he
heard the words. "I do SO
undertake" and accepted them
as satisfactory.
But Attorney General Yosef
Harish ruled that if Kahane
again refused to take the pro
per oath he should be removed
from parliament.
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ra^e h*-a ine jewisn rloncnan/rnaay. June u, iy<
Demographic Specter' Cited As Danger To Israel and Zionism
By Ml (.11 OBGBL
HAIFA (JTA) Three
Haifa Universit) academiciani
warned Thursday (June 4) that
if' Israel continues the policies
it adopted in the administered
territories when they were
captured in the Si\ I>a> War
just 20 yean ago, the result
will he a fundamental change
in the nature of Israel ami
abnegation of the beak prin-
ciples of Zionism.
Prof Arnon Sofaer. ipaaJr-
ing at a university sponsored
symposium a day before the
20th anniversary of the out-
break of the war. ipoke
ominously of the
"demographic specter "
THE RATIO between the
Jewish and Aral) populations
in Israel and the territories has
remained constant over the
past two decadei because of
large-scale Arab emigration
from the territories and a
strong Jewish immigration
movement, he said.
But now. Arab emigration
has almost ceased, the Arab
birthrate is rising, and there
has been a growing
phenomenon of Jewish emigra
tion from Israel. Sofaer noted.
If this continues, by the end of
the century Israel will be a bi-
national state, not a Zionist
state, he said.
"It's a nightmare." he said,
as there are already more
Arab than Jewish children in
the territorial. According to
Sofaer. the Jewish settlement
movement in the territorial
proved not to he what was pro
mised "Even if we were to ac-
cept the (lush Emunim claim
Jewish Boy-
Knifed
B> DAVID LANDAU
JERUSALEM (JTA)- A
Jewish hoy was knifed in
Hebron and a bomb exploded
in Kfar Saha Thursday in a
spate of terror-related in-
cidents that observers linked
to the Six >Day War annhrer
sary (June
The hoy. whose family name
was given as Peretz. was not
badly hurt and reached Beit
Hadassah. a Jewish settlement
center in Hebron, by himself.
carrying the knife that
been used in the attack
The Kfar Saha bomb, too,
failed asualties It
wu piacetl alongside a school
bus stop, but the assauints sp
parently forgot that there is no
school the lot
In r ast Jerusalen .t com*
mercia! stl died by na
tionalist Palestinian elements
WBS partially -ful. In
Ramallah ami El Birth. D
stores and offices were dosed
and demonstrators took to the
streets brandiahing PLO flags
and stoning Israeli cars
The Israeli police and SSCUTJ
11 authorities braced
themselves for possibly more
SSrioua trouble Fnday the
actual anniversary day of the
war Among the n-
taken was the arrest Weil-
day night of six alleged ac-
tivists in the Samaria region
They have been placed ur.
administrative reportedly for three months
The \ are r-
lead- Shabiha. a Fatah
linked w>uth movement.
ot 60,000 Jewish settlers in the
West Bank, that was the
Arabs' natural increase there
in two years In the Gaza
Strip, the entire Jewish settle-
ment was offset by one
month's natural increase
among local Arabs." he said.
THESE FIGURES and
trends demand a reconsidera-
tion of how we expend our
capacities whether Israel
has the power to extend its
forces over everything and
everywhere, or to concentrate
our efforts in the Galilee, for
example, where we have inter-
national legitimation." he said.
Prof. Sami Smoucha observ-
ed that the past 20 years of
Israeli rule over West Bank
Arabs has proven that they
cannot be absorbed into Israel
M Israeli citizens. "The option
of their gradual absorption is
not valid." he said.
Dr. Gabriel Ben-I>or. rector
of Haifa I'niversitv. warned of
the effects of the Six Dav War
on Israeli society. "I feel that
the state of affairs in which
there are hundreds of
thousands of hewers of wood
and drawers of water without
political rights in Israel cer-
tainly is not something which
contributes to the health of
Israeli society." he said.
IN NEW YORK meanwhile.
Israel's Ambassador to the
I'nited Nations. Binyamin
Netanyahu, told an overflow
audience of 3.000 attending
the Sutton Place Synagogue's
Jewish Town Hall lector,
series that Israels 1967
tory was "one of the
pivotal events in all
history."
"I'ntil theS,x Daj War the
very existence of Israel
doubt. Today, noonecanques
tionthat Israel is hen
Until the 8ix-Daj
Israel s boundaries were an in'
vitation to the Arab states to
cut Israel in two. Todaj Ur
eastern frontier has beet push
ed back to the Jordl
the Golan Height!
vie-
great
Jewish
l-
inn River,
arc
hands and Israel has defensi
ble borders at last." the.-
said.
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Former U.S. Secretary of State Henry Kiss-
inger's personal destiny has had much in com-
mon with Europe's, according to the citation
vrording him this year's International
i harlemagne Prize. Mayor Kurt Malanqre of
DaD/dpa Photo
Aachen (right) is here seen presenting the
award to Dr. Kissinger, who was born in
Furth. Bavaria, and emigrated to America as
a boy.
Emigre Returns
Kissinger Accepts Charlemagne Prize
By WILHELM LANGE
\ACMKN (DaD) The
erstwhile Imperial city of
< harlemagne. Aachen, award-
ed its 28th International
i 'harlemagne Prize this year in
ai impressive ceremony to the
German-born former U.S.
$< r.'tary of State. Henry A.
Kissinger, who won the Nobel
peace prize in 1973.
l>rmer Federal President
A liter Scheel. who gave the
; ech in the prize-winner's
nor, said I)r Kissinger was
i worthy prize-winner to
in Kurope owed important
stimuli."
THE CHARLEMAGNE
was endowed by an
hen eitizen in memory of
' Holj Roman Emperor who
united Kurope. with
hen aa its capital, ai an
ird in recognition of lar-
es to Kuropean integration,
pn/.e-winners have in-
led Winston Churchill.
Robert Schuman, Konrad
nauer, King Juan Carlos of
Spain and the people of Lux
ourg, represented by
Grand Duke .lean.
\\ the award ceremony, held
in the historic Coronation Hall
When's Rathaus, Dr. Kiss
inger surmized that "domestic
"forms in the Soviet I'nion
might lead to a more con-
ciliatory Soviet foreign
policy." At the same time, he
warned against any softening
of the Atlantic alliance.
"There must be neither covert
neutralism in Europe nor
N.Y. Times
Reporter Cited
NEW YORK (JTA) -
Thomas Friedman, Jerusalem
}'ureau chief for the New York
nines, has been chosen to
[fceive the Second Annual
New Israel Fund Award for
""'standing Reporting for a
'''ree part series on life in
WMl. The prize is $1,000
cash.
covert isolationism in the
United States," he said.
Federal Foreign Minister
Hans-Dietrich Genscher said
Dr. Kissinger was "a man of
moderation and balance who
had made a substantial con-
tribution toward the develop
ment of the military pact with
the I'nited States into a
political alliance.
MANY FELLOW-
Germans," he said, "are pleas
ed with us that the
Charlemagne Prize-winner is a
man who had to leave this
country in the darkest days of
German history as a boy of 15,
sought refuge in America and
went on. from humble beginn-
ings, to become Secretary of
State and architect of the
foreign policy of the world's
leading power."
Genscher called on the West
to pursue a common political
strategy. Improvement in
East-West ties must also be
brought about on a basis of
partnership, he declared.
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Strong Bipartisan Opposition Seeks
To Stop Missile Sale to Saudis
B> JMHTH ('OH'
WASHINGTON -(JTA) -
Strong bipartisan opposition is
Been in Congress to the State
Departments proposal
week to sell 1,600 Maverick
air-to-ground missiles to Saudi
Arabia.
Abou1 ">i| Senators have
written t<> President Reagan
Stating that the sale d'arms to
Saudi Arabia, including the
Mavericks, is "not in our best
interests." The Senators note
the opposition of Saudi Arabia
to any peace initiatives with
Israel, "our best friend in the
region," and ask if "these are
the actions of a friend."
STATE DEPARTMENT
spokesman Charles Redman
said the $360 million Maverick
sale was already approved by
Congress in 1984 but delivery
was delayed at the Saudis'
request.
The arms sale will occur
unless Congress blocks it
within 30 days. The Ad-
ministration, citing the 1984
agreement, refused to give
Congress the 20-day advance
notification of the sale.
"There's no good justifica-
tion anywhere for this sale,"
Rep. Mel Levine (D..Calif), a
member of the House Foreign
Affairs Committee, told the
Jewish Telegraphic Agency.
"It's obviously an Administra-
tion effort to buy back some of
the credibility lost through the
Iranian arms sale."
Levine, who said he would
introduce a resolution to op-
pose the sale, said the
Mavericks sale was 8 case of
the Administration "salami-
slicing" the arms package so
that while each individual sale
was not enormous, its total ef-
fect is significant.
THE AMERICAN Israel
Public Affairs Committee said
that the Mavericks m question
are more lethal and are
significantly more
sophisticated than those ap-
proved for sale by Congress in
1984. The newer version has
never been exported before,
according to AIPAC. "They're
so upgraded, they could be in a
class by themselves," said an
AIPAC spokesperson.
The proposed sale of the
Maverick missiles comes a
week after the Reagan Ad-
ministration announced that it
would postpone the sale of 60
F-15 fighter planes to Saudi
Arabia. The delay came in the
aftermath of the refusal of two
Saudi F-15s to force down the
Iraqi jet that attacked the U.S.
Missile frigate Stark in the
Persian Gulf.
The State Department has
defended the Saudi response,
saying that the pilots didn't
get authorization to stop the
jet. "The Saudis do quite a bit
in terms of providing combat
air patrol support for the
AWACs (surveillance planes)
that are in the (Gulf) region,"
Redman said.
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Page 16-A The Jewish Floridian/Friday. June 12, 1987
Palestinian Editor
Eyes Jerusalem Council or Knesset Seat
B DAVID LANDAU
Amd GIL SEDAN
JERUSALEM (JTA) -
Hanna Seniora. the Palesti-
nian editor who seeded a storm
of controversy with his an-
nouncement last Thursday
that he would seek a seat in
the Jerusalem City Council in
the next elections, appears to
DO saving second thoughts.
He told the English Sunday
edition of his newspaper, the
East Jerusalem Arahic daily
Al-F'ijr. that his decision to
run was not final. He said his
announcement was. in fact, in-
tended to shock the Israeli and
Palestinian communities and
force them "to think.*'
Seniora. 49. a leading in-
tellectual and supporter of the
Palestine Liberation Organiza-
tion though not a member, said
his announcement was not
coordinated with the PLO.
IT DREW fierce criticism
from pro-PLO elements. The
East Jerusalem daily ASkaab.
which reflects the views of the
radical wing of El Fatah, call-
ed Seniora"s plan naive and
simplistic.
At-Fajr published an article
by Fayik Barakat. chairman of
the Arab Chamber of Com-
merce in East Jerusalem, who
accused Seniora of col-
laborating with the annexation
of East Jerusalem by Israel
and said his announcement
was a "bad idea."
Seniora said Thursday that
he intended to organize a
Palestinian list to run in the
Jerusalem election, which is
scheduled for September.
1988. On Friday. Seniora went
a step further, telling an inter-
viewer that he might seek a
Knesset seat in the future.
He said that was not to be
ruled out "if the occupation is
prolonged." Seniora said he
subscribed to the ideas of Dr.
Sari Nusseibeh. a professor at
Bir Zeit University in the West
Bank, who has exhorted
Palestinians to use their
demographic edge in Israel's
democratic processes to
achieve their political aim.
which he said is "national
liberation."
SENIORA SAID this is just
a theory at present, but could
become the blueprint for a
pragmatic political challenge.
Nusseibeh. however, has
New Council
Members
WASHINGTON (JTA) -
President Reagan has chosen
writer. TV interviewer and
producer Barbaralee
Diamonstein-Spielvogel of
New York and attorney
Richard Rosenbaum of
Rochester, N.Y., as members
of the United States Holocaust
Memorial Council. The former
replaces Edward Sanders of
Los Angeles, a former senior
adviser to President Carter.
The latter replaces Terrence
lies Pres. professor of English
literature at Colgate Universi-
ty and author of "The Sur-
vivor." a study of how people
survived the Holocaust.
dissociated himself from
Seniora's initiative, calling it a
"one-man show*" that has not
been sufficiently debated.
Nusseibeh told the
Jerusalem Post Sunday that
the plan could become realistic
if two conditions were met
First is sponsorship of the
PLO as part of a broader de-
mand for political rights for
Palestinians in the ad-
ministered territories M a step
toward the creation of a bi-
national state.
Second, he said, is failure of
the Middle East peace process.
A stalemate could prompt a
new Palestinian strategy
whereby the PLO would be
transformed into something
like the African National Con
gress aspiring for equal rights
under an Israeli
administration
Seniora"s only serious
Palestinian backing came from
Mayor Elias Freij of
Bethlehem, a moderate who
has long urged Palestinian
Israeli cooperation.
THE IDEA was welcomed
bv Israeli moderates, including
Mayor Teddy Kollek of
Jerusalem. who called
Seniora's announcement a
welcome development.
Minister of Immigration and
Absorption Yaacov Tsur. a
Labor Party dove, also saw
merit in Seniora's plans He
said it pinpointed Israel.
future dilemma if it reta.ns
control of the West Bank and
On Strip.
"If we were to annex the ter
ntories, we would have to
choose between bandonii*
the Jewish character of the
state or abandoning ita
democratic character.' T\Ur
said, adding "both are unac-
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Israeli hardliner- d<
Seniora's possible
Hanan Porat f r,,.
Emunim said the editor must
be blocked because
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Federation Annual Meeting
,^ See Page 5-B
Urgent Alert
Against Summer Missionary Activities Issued
By The National Jews For Jews Group
An alert for Jewish com-
munities across the country
I as been issued by the Jews
Jews Organisation here to
counter the expanded program
ummer activities announc-
ed by various missionary
groups in various parts <>f the
U.S.
Rabbi Rubin K. Dobin, na-
onal chairman of the Miami
K;uh based organization, said
that missionary groups make
special effort! "to reach naive
and unsuspecting Jews by of-
fering them inexpensive sum-
mer vacations and camp trips
to programs that are designed
to convert them to
Christianity."
The alert is especially
directed to the leadership of
It-wish communities "so that
the} can inform their const i
tuanciee altout the perils posed
by these manipulative and
deceptive sects," Dobin Said.
IN ADDITION to various
children's camps established
by these missionary groups,
three separate programs pro
moted by missionaries are try-
ing to entrap Jewish men and
women to attend their ses-
sions. According to Rabbi
Dobin, the most dangerous
missionary conferences plann-
ed for summer months, and
word about their risks for the
Jewish community, "should Ik-
forcefully exposed."
The Messiah "87 Conference
is sponsored by the Messianic
Jewish Alliance and will be
held at the Messiah College m
Grantham, Pa., June 27 to July
4. The Messianic Jewish
Alliance claims that you can
not be a complete Jew until
you accept the divinity of
Jesus. Said Rabbi Dobin: "It
seeks to make inroads among
Jews who are not too well
grounded in their faith. It uses
all kind of tricks to lure unin-
formed Jews into their chur-
ches by serving them a mish-
mash of Christian and Jewish
Continued on Page 4-B
Child Abuse
By ALISA KWITNKY
Jmmtk FlaridicM Staff Wnti
In the yard of a small house
on a sunny street, children
ay. Inside the house, other
' ildren are napping during
hours of the early after
"nil. undisturbed by the
"tinds of activity outside.
What makes the scene appear
n more idyllic js the fact
thai the children, who range in
ige from newborn to eight-
.ear olds, represent the rain
how of different racial and
ethnic groups which make up
Miami's population black,
tfhite, Hispanic and Oriental.
Hut this is not just any
>USe, and these are not just
children. This is < Irisis
ery, and these are the
ildren of parent- who are
ther abusive or neglectful,
either felt incapable of
aring for their children for a
"These are the children of drug abusers
they 're not used to real food. They 're used
to junk. The first time they eat a regular
dinner with meat, potatoes, and vegetables,
they throw up. They're not used to taking a
bath or a nap." asserts Rodriguez.
time, or who were court
ordered by the Department of
Health and Rehabilitative Ser-
vices, (HRS, a government
agency) to relinquish their
children to the care of the
state
BECAUSE SOME of the
children are court-ordered, the
location of this Crisis Nursery
in Southwest Dade. as well as
the location of another facility
in North Dade, is kept secret
Many of the people who live,
work and go to school in the
neighborhood probably do not
even know of the nursery's ex-
istence, because there is no
sign to distinguish this par
ticular house from any other.
For the children who live in
the Crisis Nursery for a few
days or a few months, this
house is home.
"Most people would think of
us as a day care center. We're
not day care. We're not trying
to teach these kids the ABC's.
Continued on Page 13-B
Recipients of the 1987
Stanley C. Myers Presidents
Leadership Awards
Adler
Berkowitz
Rose
Judy Adler. Richard
Berkowitz and Ellen Rose
have Ieen named as the reci-
pients of the i;*87 Stanley C.
Myers Presidents' Leadership
Awards announced Aaron
Podhurst, president of the
Greater Miami Jewish
Federation.
The awards will l>e formally
[resented at Federation's 49th
Annual Meeting and Cam-
paign closing celebration on
Tuesday evening, at the Omni
International Hotel.
Established in 1967, the
awards are presented each
year to young leaders who
have shown extraordinary
dedication to Federation, its
beneficiary agencies, the Com-
bined Jewish Appeal and the
overall Jewish community.
The award is named after
Federation's founding presi-
dent, whose ongoing involve-
ment and dedication to the
Greater Miami Jewish com-
munity continue to set an ex-
ample for young leaders.
Judy Adler was a charter
member of Federation's
Young Adult Division in 1973.
This division subsequently
In'came the Young Leadership
Council. An active meml>er of
Federation's Women's Divi-
sion. Adler has been on its ex-
ecutive hoard, and campaign
steering committee. She was
Continued on Page 14-B
Harry B. Smith United Way
Volunteer Of The Year
Harn B. Smith has received
the United Way's highest
honor at its annual meeting
when he was named United
Wa> of Da.ie County's 1987
Volunteer Leader of the Year.
Smith was Agenc\ Relations
Chairman from 1985 to 1987.
He was recognized for his com-
bination of sensitivity, courage
and guts and guided the spen
dmg of United Waj dollars in
this community
The Hearing and Speech
Center, a traditional United
Way Agency, has grown and
expanded during Smith's
leadership years. The agency
entered into an effort with
Deaf Services Bureau and
Jewish Community Centers
which allowed the agency to
reach out to hundreds of bear
ing impaired adults who were
isolated from societ}
Health Crisis Network was
given a vote of confidence by
the leadership of Smith in its
funding of a response pool
grant for a demonstration
home health project for AIDS
patients in collaboration with
Visiting Nurse Association
and Hospice. Inc.
Smith is senior partner of
Ruden, Harriett, McCloskey.
Smith. Schuster and Russell
law firm.
"To say that at moments he
was unpopular, that he bore
the brunt of complaints.
discouragement, even anger
would be understating the
burden he carried." said .lea
quin Blaya. communications
chairman. "But he fielded it all
right there on the front line
with class and courage and
built a reputation for fairness
that won him and United Way
respect from our fiercest
adversaries and the deep ad-
miration of his colleagues."
Our
IT Hill I! I i I
ay
Harry B. Smith 'a family is on hand as Smith
w named United Way's Volunteer Leader of
the Year. Pictured are son David, and *?'.*
wife, Joan; Smith, and son, Joseph
Friday, June 12, 1987 The Jewish Floridian Section B


Page 2-B The Jewish Floridian/Friday, June 12, 1987
A New Life For Liz
With A Kidney
From Her Mother
By ELLEN ANN STEIN
Jrvish Hiir\,1\nn Staff M r^trr
There was a time when Liz
Blumenfeld desperately need-
ed a kidney transplant and
wasn't sure she would make it.
Now. three years later, time
has a different story t I tell.
She received a kidney,
transplanted from her mother,
finished her education and
recently was married. The op-
timism though, was not always
there.
"We all have milestones in
our lives." says Blumenfeld.
the daughter of Ruth and
Howard Klein, executive direc-
tor of Greater Miami Israel
Bonds.
"THIS WAS a thing t<. over
come. There were times when
I felt really down, and I would
never make it through. And I
had to say to myself. 'No. I'm
going to do it.' It could have
been very easy for me to give
up, not to go back to school
and things like that. But I feel
I would have defeated the pur-
pose. So here I am."
Three years ago. The Jewish
Floridian wrote about Mrs.
Blumenfeld. who had been
born with a hereditary disease.
For the most part, she had
been all right until she was
about 17 or 18 and attending
the University of South
Florida in Tampa.
Then she became ill and
dropped out of school in
December. 1982. In 1983. she
was put on dialysis, where she
remained for three months.
THERE HAVE been a lot of
headlines in recent years 100111
people in need of transplants.
There are the unlucky ones
who cannot find a donor.
Blumenfeld considers herself
one of the lucky ones.
"There was never any ques-
tion about who was going to
give me a kidney." she says.
The first people that her doc-
tor. Joshua Miller, went to
were her parents because she
is an only child. Both her
mother and father were mat-
ches, hut her father's kidneys
had produced kidney stones.
"Mother had no hesitation at
all."Blumenfeld says. "I'm her
only daughter, so there was
never any question. She's a
real special lady
On March 31. 1988,
Blumenfeld had the
transplant. She said she and
her mother have both been do-
ing well since the operations.
BLUMENFELD, 24. was
married last July to Mason
Blumenfeld. a banker with Im-
perial Bank in Coral Gables.
They just bought their first
home in Pembroke Pines.
After her operation,
Blumenfeld had moved back
with her parents and began at-
tending Florida International
University in the fall of 1968.
She was graduated in the fall
of 1985 with a degree in early
childhood education
She got her first job teaching
at ( restview Klementarv
School and then moved to Oak
Grove Elementary School in
North Miami Beach when- she
sachet kindergarten
BLI MENFELD still goes
to Jackson Memorial Hospital
once a month for blood tests
and will remain on medication
throughout her life. She said
before the operation her Fallo-
pian tubes were tied. SO she
and her husband are planning
an adoption. But first, she
plans to go back to school to
continue her studies in the
education field.
There still are some ad
justments to bs made in her
lifestyle. It was an area ihe
and her husband Mason had to
work through.
"My husband is kind of new
to this. He met me after it (the
transplant) was over. It's kind
of hard for him to get into it. I
have my routine, and it's real
important that we're patient
with each other. And there are
a lot of things I can't do such
as running around and getting
worked up. Also. I have to
watch my diet."
Yet she says, even though
she tries to work around
everyone else, "the last thing I
want to be is a burden."
BUT LIZ believes "all of us"
have become stronger as a
result of the ordeal. And
dreams have come true that
she wouldn't have imagined.
"I feel very lucky to have a
woman like my mother and |
man like my father and friends
and my family to support me
through it," Blumenfeld Bays.
"I took back on where I wai
before my transplant, and I
never thought I'd have a job
and graduate from school and
be married. I was so
devastated when I found out I
was going to have a
transplant. I had no plans for
anything. Now 1 look back, and
I've done so much over the last
four yean. I'm glad I'm here
Women in Gwemment Sir
vice, an organization of pre-
tent and former public of-
ficials, initialled new officers
for 19H7-HH at a huieA*0fl
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LIZ BLUMENFELD: I'm glad I'm here.'
So. Dade JCC Sets
'Builders Bash' June 20
Saturday, June '-'". the
South Dade Jewish Communi-
ty Center will hold 8
"Builder's Bash" at Flagler
Dog Track beginning ;t >^ p m
honoring individuals who nave
made commitments of $10,10 I
or more to the capital hinds
campaign for the new center
facilities
"Bring your best constriM
tioti clothes." says Barbara
Havenick. who. along wit
Fran Benin, will !* ehainn
the evening "This is our wa
to say thank you to all of the
people who are helping to build
the center "
There will be lots of prizes
and surprises throughout the
evening, she added "w<
guarantee i* is an event .
won't want to mis.- "
The steering committee
the Dave and Mar\ Alper
Jewish Community Center
Sout h Dade has choj
Wolf berg Alvarez and
Associates to design .mil build
the facility, to be located ;it
SW 112th Ave and 112th Si
The new JCC will I*- Miami's
first full service Jewish Com
munity Center
"Instead of individual
buildings, we sre creating
campus that will ha\< a vud
range of uses for the young
and the old." ssyi David
Wolfberg, principal of the
Miami-based firm "Outdoor
space will be just ss important
u indoor space "He likens it
to a shopping center 'not of
-tctres. hut of activities for
everyone
WolfWrg ssyi the new JCC
will capture the style of old
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Israel Diary
A View Of Thinly-Veiled Peace
Friday. June 12, 1987/The Jewish Floridian Page S-B
By ILLEN ANN STEIN
.'. with Floridian Staff Wr
WEST BANK. Israel -
Heading into the Israeli-
occupied area ebon! 20 miles
from Jordan, we pass point
after point where Aral) and
Jewish settlements are side by
side. We were headed to the
settlements <>f Judea and
Samaria, only miles from the
town of Kalkilya where ter-
rorist activity resulted in the
death of a Jewish woman, and
tension flared.
But for the most part, the
areas we passed were at peace,
hut it was thinly veiled. Most
everyone knew that this is the
area that would be the key sub-
ject for negotiation in either
direct talks with Jordan or
through the much-
o.ntroversied Conference for
Peace in the Middle East.
"We know we can never
have peace in that area
without giving back some
land.'" says the tour guide.
Ami Segal.
FOREIGN MINISTER
Shimon Peres and the Labor
Party want an international
peace conference. Premier
Yitzhak Shamir and the Likud
Party favor direct negotiations
with Jordan. The issue has
threatened the stability of the
coalition government which is
led by those two major parties
"Shamir feels that if coun-
tries like the United States
and Russia get involved they
won't understand the needs of
Israel," Segal says
Frozen peace." Segal adds.
is a lot better than active
>..ir That's what we have with
Egypt and hope to have with
Jordan."
\lx>ut one million Arabs and
72.000 Jews in 184 new set
dements live in the West
Bank.
"We have a policy that we
don't need a population in the
"> est Bank. But we need some
of the areas to protect
"urselves, such as land along
the Jordan River and on the
rests of the mountains. Those
two lines we want to keep,"
Segal. "The rest can l*>
k'<'dated.*'
WE PASSED through the
Arab village of Ramallah and
saw young children on their
"ay home from school.
Historically, in Biblical times,
there was no doubt the land
was ours," says Segal.
We were approaching the
'own of Shiloh. which is where
the tal>ernaele used by the
Jews when they were wander-
'"K in the desert, came to rest
The Arab settlements con-
sisted mostly of private homes,
'"mpared to Israelis, of whom
about only 15 percent live in
private homes. "Arabs don't
like to live with strangers, not
*-ven each other." Segal says.
Notice that the Israeli set-
tlements are surrounded by
harbed wire while the Arab
settlements were free-
standing," Segal says. "We
are afraid of them. Arabs don't
have barbed wire, showing
they are not scared of Israeli
terrorists.
'We haw a polity that we don't need a
population in the West Bank. But we
need some of the areas to protect
ourselves, such as land along the Jor-
dan River and on the crests of the
mountains. Those two lines we want
to keep," says Segal. "The rest can be
negotiated.
"UNLIKE the newspaper
stories," Segal continued.
"The Arabs are not living in
poverty."
The Arabs in the West Bank
do not have voting rights. But
if the territory were to be an-
nexed into Israel, th-> Arabs
would have voting rights,
"They (the Arabs) have a
larger birthrate and could be
the majority someday. That
would be the end of Zionism."
Segal said.
There is an open bridges
policy that permits Arabs to go
to Jordan to market their
goods. That same day they
could go to Tel Aviv for a
movie. Israelis don't have that
much freedom. Segal noted.
At this point, we are about
20 miles from Jordan.
Ramallah is a town of some
tiO.OOO people. Unlike Israelis,
who pay a 50 percent income
tax. the Arabs living in the
West Bank do not have to pay
income taxes. Segal said,
answering a question about
why the Arabs appear to be liv-
ing in nice homes. The Arab
homes can be identified
because that have flat roofs,
while the Israeli roofs are
usually red and triangular.
"WHY CANT the area re-
main in its current status of
Israeli occupation?" Segal is
asked. He answers: "Jorda-
nians don't like to be controll-
ed. Israelis don't want to put
OUt money and manpower."
The settlers who came to the
West Bank consist of two
primary types Those who are
ideological and feel this was
their land in biblical times, and
those who found that houses
cost about one-half less than
homes in Jerusalem <>r Tel
Aviv.
Cars are scarce. In Israel, a
simple Volkswagen costs
about $17,000.
ALONG THE way there are
still areas where the Bedouins
live in tents, choosing not to
live in the settlements offered
by the Israelis.
"Near Beersheva. when the
Israelis built houses for the
Bedouins, they moved their
tents close to the house and
put their goats in the houses."
Segal said. Their main income
is derived from selling goat's
milk and sheep skin. They buy
flour and onions and only eat
meat on special holidays or
when guests come. They eat
pita bread with oil and onion
and humus, or chick peas.
"Ask a Bedouin how far to
the nearest town, and he'll say
something like. Oh. five
cigarettes.' In the winter,
says Segal, they put their
animals in their tents. They
are Moslems and can have up
to four wives. That is how
many wives the prophet
Mohammad had. so they don't
have any more.
A Bedouin wife cannot
divorce her husband. Segal
said, but a husband can simply
net two witnesses and Bay
three times. "I divorce you."
He can say it once and then
wait a few years for the next
two times, giving his wife war-
ning that she is on her last leg.
In Bedouin folkore. it is impor-
tant to marry a virgin, so
divorced women have
problems.
WE ARRIVE in Shiloh and
notice that the new homes are
built on mountain crests,
which serve as a protective
measure and lookout point.
The area was nothing but a hill
until 1967. It is 45 minutes
from Jerusalem.
Jonah, secretary or mayor of
the settlement, says there are
90 families that have settled in
the area over the past nine
years. The Shiloh residents
have built their own Yeshiva,
and a synagogue is under
construction.
There are other settlements
nearby, but they sprout out of
the mountains. Jonah is asked
why they didn't just form one
big community. "So on every
crest there will be a Jewish
presence." he answers.
WHAT ABOUT security? he
is asked. "God." he answers.
The relations with Arabs?
"They are very glad we're
here." he cynically replies, ad-
ding that each wants the other
to disappear
Then he speaks about the
highlight of the settlement.
"About 3,600 years ago.
when Jews left Egypt and
wandered in the desert for 40
years, they crossed over Jor-
dan, and for the next 14 years
there was seven years war and
then seven years where the
tribes split up. and the land
was divided.
"All the tribes came to
Shiloh. and lots were drawn.
Shiloh was then what
Jerusalem has been since King
David, the capital.
"DURING 40 years in the
Sinai they didn't have a tem-
ple, but they had a mobile tem-
ple called the Tabernacle. Once
they came to Shiloh, the
Tabernacle was set up here on
stone foundations. It was this
way for 350 years until Shiloh
was destroyed by the
Philistines, who captured the
arc. David came down with his
men and brought the arc back
to Jerusalem."
Archaeologists have since
uncovered what they believe is
the site of the Tabernacle in
Shiloh, and to get there,
tourists have to take an up-
ward hill hike on a very narrow
and rocky path.
As you walk, you g he
distinct awareness that you
are walking on land where,
thousands <>f years ago, much
blood was shed
Carol And Lorraine Greenberg
To Be Honored Wednesday
There will be a Tribute Banquet honoring Carol and Lor-
raine Greenberg on Wednesday. June 17 at the Konover
Hotel, sponsored by Temple Kmanu-KI and Jewish Na-
tional Fund. Judge Irving and Ha/el Cypen will chair the
event, which will feature a reception at 6:30 p.m. and din-
ner at 7:30 p.m. There will also be entertainment and
dancing.
Civic League To Honor
NBA Miami Heat
An update on South I'ointe
redevelopment project in
Miami Beach will be given by
Mayor Alex Daoud and by
Gerald Schwartz, chairman of
the City of Miami Beach
Economic Development Coun-
cil. Monday at a dinner
meeting of the Civic League of
Miami Beach.
The report, including pro-
gress on the refinancing of the
South Pointe Towers con-
dominiums, will be the only
business portion of the
meeting to le held at 6:30 p.m.
at the Eden Roc Hotel.
Highlight of the dinner will
l>e presentation of special
honors to the ownership and
management of the Miami
Heat, the new NBA basketball
franchise, by officials of the
Civic League. Miami Beach
Chamber of Commerce, "The
Neighborhood" and Miami
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Mr. Leonard Luria, head of the 39 store Luria
jewelry and gift chain xn Florida, is seen this
week in Israel, where he spoke on American
jewelry retailing, declaring that diamonds
"are not a luxury but a necessity which will be
in demand as long as there is romance." He
praised the flexibility of Israeli diamond pro-
ducers, and urged them to x-vnt their
American customers to personally determine
their market needs. He addressed Israeli ex
ecutives in a meeting at the Harry Op-
penheimer Diamond Museum in the Israel
Diamond Exchange complex here.
Holocaust Memorial Center
Seventh Annual Meeting
Dr. Abraham S. Fischler,
president of the Southeastern
Florida Holocaust Memorial
Center announces the Center's
Urgent Alert
Continued from Pare IB
symbols and ceremonies. They
have also been known to use
the sex mystique to entice
young Jews to come to their
services and events."
A Missionary conference of
the I'nion of Messianic Jewish
Congregations. It will be held
at the Hvatt Ravina Hotel in
Atlanta. Ga., Aug. 6 to 10.
This group, as well as the Mes-
sianic Jewish Alliance, gets
support from the Assemblies
of the Church of Cod. which
has established a huge special
budget for their messianic ef-
forts among Jews. "The
Assemblies of the Church of
God is the same church which
spawned the Jim and Tami
Bakker PTL church scandal.*'
according to Detain.
The North American Con-
gress of the Holy Spirit and
World Evangelization, which
will be held at the New Orleans
Convention Center July 22 to
26. This conference is shared
by some of the most intensive
missionary groups in the
world. Among them are Bap-
tist Conference of the Holy
Spirit, Catholic Charismatic
Conference. Episcopal Con-
ference of the Holy Spirit. Ho-
ly Spirit Lutheran Conference.
Messianic Jewish Christian
Conference. Pentecostal
Renewal. Presbyterian and
Reformed International Con-
ference and United Methodist
Aldersgate.
Jewish community leaders
are urged to inform their
memberships not to !* lured
by these groups, said Rabbi
in "All groups of thi.-
ire should be carefully
investigated."
seventh annual meeting will be
held Thursday. June 25. at
1:30 p.m. on the North Miami
Campus of Florida Interna-
tional University, in the Stu-
dent Center building.
The Southeastern Florida
Holocaust Memorial Center is
a non-profit, non-sectarian
organization which ac-
cumulates audio and video
testimonies of survivors of the
Nazi Holocaust, their
liberators and protectors.
These testimonies, along with
an award winning tape entitl
ed "In Their Words. are be-
ing used as teaching aids in
private and public schools for
the study of the Holocaust.
In addition, the center spon
sors a children of Holocaust
survivors group. It provides
seminars, lectures and
workshops, both locally and
nationally to instill Holocaust
awareness and sensitivity
Three seminars on prejufliee
were recently conducted by
the center for 700 junior and
senior high students from
public and private schools
The guest speaker at tin an
nual meeting will !* Arthur N
Teitelbaum. southern area
director for the Anti
Defamation League of B'nai
B'rith. He is responsible for
the supervision ot the ADI.'s
multi-faceted human relations
programs in 12 southern
states, which involve the ac-
tivities of eight of the ADL's
31 regional offices. Mr.
Teitelbaum supervises im-
plementation of these
statewide programs in the
fields of interreligious
cooperation, race relations,
education, police community
relations, the resolution of
complaints of discrimination
and the counteraction of as
t re mist activities.
(iratiuate certificate- will
also be presented to t hose
volunteers who have com
pleted the renter's tlo hour in
terviewer s training course. A
special certificate of apprecia-
Robert Billig Installed
As President Of
Beth Torah Congregation
Robert A Billig was install-
ed m president of Beth Torah
Congregation in North Miami
Beach, at their annual installa-
tion ceremony. Mr. Billig me
ceeda Robert A Whitebook
who served as President from
1985-1967.
Mr. Billig. a resident of
Miami for 12 years has served
the Synagogue In various
capacities, including
Treasurer, Financial Vice
President and Kxecutive Vice
President.
He is the Managing Tax
Partner for the International
Accounting and Consulting
Firm of I.aventhol and Hor-
wath. in ('oral Gables.
He is married to Judi Billig
and the father of three
children. Pianne. Andrew and
Michelle.
Beth Torah Congregation is
a Conservative congregation
having a membership ex-
ceeding 1,500 families and has
recently acquired a tract of
land on 203rd Street in Nor-
theast Dade County, for its
new Benny Rok North Campus
and plans to build a Hebrew
school and youth facility to
meet the needs of their grow-
ing membership in the
Skylake. Highland Lakes.
Aventura area
Also installed were Lloyd
Koutman, Kxecutive Vice
President Bonia Hochman.
Education Vice President;
Sheldon Kvans. Financial Vice
President; Milton Swanky,
Mouse Vice President. Lenore
Ettas, Membership Vice Presi
dent. Harold Friedman.
Religious Vice President. Sid
Arthur N. Teitelbaum
tion will be presented to each
survivor, liberator snd protec
tor who has given testimony to
the center in tin- last year
The Southeastern Florida
Holocaust Memorial Center
announces the winners of the
writing and visual arts con
tests which were held for 10th
through 12th grade students in
Dade and Broward Counties.
The contests entitled "The
Holocaust: Can It Happen To
Me?" afforded high school
students an avenue to express
their feelings about the
Holocaust.
The following winners will
receive cash prizes at the
Memorial Center's annual
meeting. At that time the
writing contest winners will
present their winning entries.
The visual arts final as well as
winning entries will be on
display.
Writing contest winners are
First Place: Sara Klein. Nova
High School; Second Place:
.Jonathan Tyson. Culliver
Prepatory School.
Visual arts contest winners
are First Place: Lynn BaiTOW,
South Broward High School;
Second Place Robert
Kimavicus. Hollvwood Hills
High School
Robert Billig
Koslovsky. Ways snd Means
Vice President. Adnenne
Weinstein. Youth Vice Presi-
dent; Craig H Sherman.
Treasurer. Herbert
Hirschberg. Corresponding
Secretary; Sheila Sterner.
Recording Secretary; Sanford
Loff. Chairman of the Hoard of
Directors.
Rabbi Max A LipechitX,
Spiritual Leader of Beta Torah
Congregation pn
the installation si I resents
tnn was made b) Beth T"rah'<
teenage choir undV direc-
torship of Greta Fl<
Special recognition was given
iy outgoing Presidei l R ban
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Friday. June 12, 1987/The Jewish Floridian Page 5-B
At Omni Hotel
Federation To Hold Annual Meeting On Tuesday
Miami attorney Aaron Podhurst
has been nominated to serve a se-
cond year as president of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
and will be installed at the
organizations 49th Annual
Meeting and Campaign Victory
Celebration to be held this Tues-
day 7:30 at the Omni International
Hotel.
In addition to Podhurst. a full
slate of Officers, Trustees and
Board of Directors will be voted
upon by the meeting delegates.
This year's annual meeting will be
unique in that in addition to con-
ducting the business of installing
officers for the coming year, the
meeting will also provide the com-
murity with an opportunity to
oeleb.-ate its achievements of the
past year with a Campaign Vic-
tory Celebration. "The celebration
will not only honor those in-
dividuals who worked diligently
during our 1987 Combined Jewish
Appeal, it will also serve as a spr-
ingboard to launching a successful
Golden Anniversary year that will
k>gin in September, a year in
which our Jewish community will
strive to meet a full range of
urgent Jewish needs," said
I>onald E. Lefton. chairman for
the event.
Representatives from more than
i" Dade County social and human
service agencies, beneficiaries of
the Federation's Combined Jewish
Appeal, which receive more than
$22 million annually, will join an
xpected 300 meeting delegates.
The annual meeting will also in-
volve the presentation of the
Stanley C. Myers Presidents
Leadership Award. The award.
named in honor of Federation's
founding president, is presented
each year to young leaden in the
community who have
lemonstrated outstanding ("Oin-
tment to the Federation cam
the Jewish community and
ommunity-at-large.
.ations arc stiii being ac
d bj phone and the event is
to all memlxTs of the
jreater Miami Jewish Federation,
ffee and dessert will be served
meeting.
Aaron Podhurst
President
Samuel I. Adler
Immediate Past President
Norman Braman
Vice President
Stei Vice President
Donald E. Lefton
Vice President
Nancy Lipoft
Vice President
Forrest Raffel
Vice President
Howard R. Scharlin
Vice President
Max -K f.
Seen
Sch n
/ '
I
Herbt ri Canarick
Associatt Secretary
/
Michael ii
Ul.
l x Halbentein
'ti> Treasurer
.Xominated To
Hoard Of Directors
Chairmen of Standing Committees
' the conclusion of the
Trustees
Leonard L. Abess, Sr.
shepard Broad
Abel J. Harris
Howard Kane
\amn M. Kanner
fcibhi Leon Kronish
Habbi Irving Lehrman
Kalph Levitz
Irving Norry
Muriel Russell
Mendell M. Selig
William D. Singer
,' ay Stein
Carl Weinkle
Helen* Bi
: A Bi rkowitz
Alvin Lloyd Bn > I
Jack Buratem
Am) Dew
tern Drueker
Pa: P Pine
Morns Futernirk
Can, Genoa
Goldie K Gotdsteiii
Jonapn Handleman
Charlotte Held
'Robbie Hankowito
'Roberto Kassin
K/r:i Katz
Shepard King
: Kronguld
a in l .ehinan, -lr
Jack H Levine
l.*'l I
N< >rman Lieberman
"l^uu- Mildenberg
Gail Newman
I ierald Olin
Michael ohn
'Sandi Samole
(ierald K Schwartz
Nornuin Sholk
Elaine Silveratein
Robert Traung
Erie Turetsks
*Norma KipnisWilson
'Hem Board Members
tral
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Community Relations
Federation Agency Relationships
F< mndatk m if Jewish Philanthn pies
Human Resourcm Development
Long Range < 'ampaign Planning
Multiple Appeals
Nominating
Planning and Huii^t-t
Traaiureri
Young Laadcrahip t "ouncil
lsnu-1 Activities
Ra |
i
Donald K Lefl
Dorotl U urst
Botwii -
Nan Rich
lr\ ing Cypen
Martin Kail.
Shepard King
Philip f Warren
Samuel I Adler
Norman I.ipoff
Forrest Raffel
Harvey Friedman
Ellen R..se
(to be appointed later)
Myron J Brodu
Executiri \ id
President
Individuals Who Serve
By Provision of Bylaws
Board Members Appointed
By The President
Jack Bellock
Jeffrey Berkowitz
Sidney Cooperman
Myra Farr
Harry Cam pel
Martin Goodman
Samuel Harte
Melvin I. Kartzmer
Lrmtrd Miller*
Nedra (h-en
David Paul
David Schaecter
Rowland Schaefer
Michael Scheck
Sidney Shneider
Norman Werner
Dr George Wise
New Board Member*
B'nai K nth 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 Service
Miami Beach JCC
Miami Jewish Home and Hospital for the Aged
Michael Ann Russell JCC
Mt Sinai Medical Center
Rabbinical Association
South Dade JCC
Chairman. South Dade Board
Women's Division
Richard M Bacall*
Nan Rich
Barry S. Yarchin
Annie Malka*
(to be appointed later!
Jeffrey Newman
Shirley Spear
Dr Douglas Miller*
Harold Beck
Sherman Canter*
Cal Kovens
Rabbi Haskell Bemat
RozBerrin*
Norman Lieberman
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


Page 6-B THe Jewish Floridian/Friday, June 12, 1987
% 91
Theo Siebenberg discot date to the 10th Century BCB, during the nr- Old City <>f Jerusalem.
Theo Siebenberg:
Determined To Uncover Jewish Past
By ELLEN ANN STEIN
JnixA FUmdtan Staff Writer
JERUSALEM There is
the old saying, "Acres of
diamonds in your own back
yard."
Theo Siebenberg, the son of
a prominent Antwerp diamond
merchant, became obsessed
with what he could find
underneath his home in the
fashionable Jewish quarter in
the Old City of Jerusalem.
For 15 years, at a personal
cost of $3 million, Siebenberg
tunneled into his basement
despite claims from ar-
cheologists that nothing was
there and despite warnings
from engineers that the ex-
cavation could bring down his
and neighboring homes.
SIEBENBERG. a man
determined to uncover more of
the Jewish past, proved them
all wrong and then recently
opened his home as a museum
to show all the world what In-
discovered.
Soil, sifted by hand, revealed
stone that was dated to
periods before the second tem-
pi*'. Clay cooking jars were
found intact and M were
pieces of glass, which was ver>
expensive in those times and a
tribute to the wealth "f the
families who had lived then
Digging still deeper.
Siebenberg, his wife, Miriam.
and alMiut HO workers un-
covered burial caves believed
to have been used for Jewish
royalty during the period of
King Solomon, in the 10th
Century BCE. There were also
tun ancient mikvehs. or ritual
baths.
ARROWHEADS used by
the defenders against the
Roman destruction in 70 AD
were unearthed and are
among the artifacts on display
in the luxurious living room of
Theo and Miriam's four-story
home.
Visitors to the museum walk
on planks in the basement and
behind one railing is a three or
four-story Byzantine water
cistern that looks like a swim-
ming hole dug deep into the
"llv wife and I came here in
For 15 years, at a
personal cost of $3
million,
Siebenberg tunnel-
ed into his base-
ment despite
claims from or-
cheologists that
nothing was there
and despite warn-
i n g s from
engineers that the
excavation could
bring down his
and neighboring
homes.
1970. This whole area WBJ OD I
hillside, fillet! with 2,000 year
of debris I had a hunch then
was something underneath.
but the rcheologists said I
wouldn't find anything. The
engineers Btid the 004188 WOUld
collapse
Finally, the idea surfaced to
build a retaining wall, which
was held down by steel an-
chors to prevent the
neighborhood houses from
slipping away.
"SEVENTEEN years ago
we started to Lake >ut pail
after pail of debris
Siebenberg said. The load wai
packed on t<> the donkeys and
carted away.
Siebenberg said he plans to
donate the house. No. 7
Ha'Sheminit Street, to the Ci-
ty of Jerusalem upon the death
of him and his wife
"I have learned a lot in the
course of the vears, most of all
that you should not give up on
your dreams." Siebenberg
aid, as he served coffee and
cake to a tour group
Siebenberg emigrated t"
Israel from Belgium after
massing fortune in the dia
mond. real estate and invest
merit businesses After he
married Miriam, an Israeli ar-
tist, the Siebenberg'a settled
in a rented villa in Ha I
IMMEDIATELY after the
1967 war, he and his wife car
ried out their desire t<> live in a
reunified Jerusalem.
Tlie Siebenbergs ire
finished digguig yet. Who
knows what is left t" uncover?
Prof. David Samuel, Director of the Center for S'euroscience* and
Behavioral Research at Israel's Weizmann Institute of Science
was the guest speaker at a reception and dinner for Weumann
Institute donors hosted by Jacqueline Simkin. Samuel i$
recognized for his research on the aging process of the brain Pic
turedfrom left are Rahamin Timor, Miami's Consul General for
the State of Israel, Simkin and Prof. Samuel.
Yeshiva University Awards
Dinner Honors Rosenblatt
And Rabbi Lipschitz
Attorneys Stanley M. and
Susan Rosenblatt and Rabbi
Max A. Lipschitz, spiritual
leader of Beth Torah Con-
gregation, will be honored at a
Florida Friends Yeshiva
University Heritage Award
Dinner on Sunday at 6:30 p.m.
at the Konover Hotel.
Mauricio Cluck, a Yeshiva
University alumnus, will be
chairman of the dinner and 1 r
Matthew Zuckerman. another
alumnus and chairman of the
Florida Friends "f Yeshiva
University, will l>e general
chairman
Members of the Dinner Com-
mittee include Philip Belt,
Louis Berkowits, Sue
BerkowitX, I>r Norman
Bloom. Rabbi Jonah R.
Caplan, I>r LawrenceCiment,
I>r. Martm hanzig. Rabbi Ed-
ward Davis, Rabbi Rubin R.
Dobtn, Dorothy Drexler, Rabbi
Meir Felman and Rabbi Sim-
cha Freed man.
Also. I>r Stanley Frohl-
inger, Salomon Garasi, David
Gray, Marilyn Gray, Lao Hack.
Mai Heimowitz. I>r and Mr-
Michael Kanner. Rabbi Barry
Konovitch, Rabhi Irving
l.ehrman. Hap Levy, Harold
Litwin. Harvey A Manu.^
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Miami Beach Region Of Hadassah
Installs Ricki Igra President
The Miami Beach Region of
Hadassah installed Mrs. Ricki
(Stephen) Igra as its new presi-
dent at Hadassah's annual
Regional Conference. The in-
stalling officer was Mrs. Lee
Lobel-Zwang, a member of the
Hadassah National Board.
Mrs. Igra. a mother of two
daughters and a grandmother
of three boys is a survivor of
the Holocaust. She was
educated in Poland after
World War II and received a
degree from Warsaw
Academic of Political Science.
Diplomatic Department.
Mrs. Igra immigrated from
Sweden to Canada in 1964 and
worked with her husband in a
manufacturing business in
Montreal. She served on the
Fashion Council of the Cana-
dian Government.
She was a Hadassh WIZO
member in Montreal before
moving to Bay Harbor in 1975
where she became active in the
Hay Harbor Chapter of
Hadassah. serving as its presi-
dent for two years.
She also served as Area Vice
President and Administrative
Vice President of the Miami
Beach Region of Hadassah.
Region Chairwoman of Project
"2002" and Region ('<>n-
erence Chairwoman. 1986-87.
Mrs. Igra is a member of
temple Beth Moshe. its board
of directors and is a member of
the board of the Sisterhood.
She is active in Jewish Na-
tional Fund and the State of
Israel Bonds.
Also installed at the May 17
Conference were: Mrs. An-
nette (David) Kahn. Ad-
ministrative Vice President;
Mrs. Harriet Cohen. Vice
President; Mrs. Blanche
(Louis) Goldstein, Vice Presi-
dent; Mrs. Lillian Martel. Vice
President; Miss Faye Yarrow.
Vice President; Mrs. Tillie
Yates. Vice President; Mrs.
Esther Boyarin. Treasurer;
Mrs. Svd (Irwin) Wladaver.
Recording Secretary; Mrs.
Irene Cohen. Corresponding
Secretary; and Mrs. Jean
Fetnberg, Mrs. Joseph Kesten-
bsum, Mrs Jean Temkin, Ad-
visory Council Members.


South Dade Friends of Dtmglas Gardens left to right Jill Mark.
Stlma Rappaport, Fred Rauncz. Miekx Cohen. Byron Kruleuntz
Rappaport Installed As President
Of So. Dade Friends
Of Douglas Gardens
South Dade resident Selma
Rappaport was installed on
May 20 as President of the
South Dade Friends of
Douglas Gardens, a support
group of the Miami Jewish
Home and Hospital for the Ag-
ed at Douglas Gardens.
Mrs. Rappaport has been ac-
tive in the organization since
its inception in 1982. "By
creating an awareness of the
special needs of the elderly, we
are advancing an issue that af-
fects us all," said Ms. Rap
I'.iport. "Through the
Friends,' we are letting our
fellow South Dade neighbors
know of the many new services
and programs available at
Douglas Gardens."
Joining Ms. Rappaport as of-
ficers for the 1987/88 year are
Vice Presidents Fred Rawicz.
'ill Mark and Byron
Krulewitz; Corresponding
Secretary, Selma Nurenberg;
Recording Secretary, Micki
Cohen; and Treasurer, Harris
Cohen.
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54 will have a reunion In Spring
1988 and la seeking classmates
Please call or write Leonard
Hollander. 200 South Park Road
Suite 450. Hollywood. FL 33021.
(305) 371 6689 with your location
Ambassador Timor
Israel Bonds
To Honor
Local Activists
Anne Ackerman and Rober-
to and Elizabeth Dorfman,
three prominent local activists
in the community and
numerous philanthropic and
charitable agencies, will
receive the David Ben-Gurion
Centennial Finale Award from
the Greater Miami Israel
Bonds Organization at two
separate receptions on Mon-
day. June 22.
Ackerman is being honored
it the Point East con-
dominium in North Miami
Reach during a cocktail recep-
tion beginning at 4 p.m., while
t he reception for the Dorfmans
is being held at the Hebraica
Miami Community Center,
1200 N.W. 207th St., Miami.
The Hebraica reception begins
at 8 p.m.
Ackerman and the Dorfmans
are being recognized as part of
Israel Bonds' year-long
celebration of the 100th birth-
day of Ben-Gurion, Israel's
first prime minister and
founder of the Israel Bonds
Organization in 1951. The reci-
pients are being honored for
their staunch support of Israel
through the Israel Bonds
Program.
Guest speaker at both recep-
tions will be Ambassador
Rahamim Timor. Israel's Con-
sul General in Miami. The
Nagilah Israeli Folk Dance
Group will give a special per-
formance at the reception for
the Dorfmans.
Friday, June 12, 1987/The Jewish Floridian Page 7-B
Rabbi Schusterman Guest Speaker
At Lubavitch Scholarship Dinner
Rabbi Gersoh Schusterman,
spiritual leader of Friends of
Lubavitch of Orange County in
California will be the guest
speaker at the Florida Friends
of Lubavitch Annual Scholar-
ship Dinner on Sunday at Tem-
ple Moses on Miami Beach.
Cocktails will be served at 6
p.m. with dinner at 7 p.m.
Schusterman, born in Paris
in 1947 while his parents were
enroute from the Soviet Union
to the United States, grew up
in Brooklyn. His studies began
at age five at the United
Lubaviteher Yeshiva and con-
tinued at the Rabbinical Col-
lege of Canada in Montreal
and the Brooklyn-based
Lubaviteher school system. He
joined the staff of the Long
Beach Hebrew Academy in
1971, becoming its director in
1977.
Dinner Chairmen for the
event are Moshe Stein, Dr.
Alvin Stern and Dr. Daniel
Wuensch. Honorary Chairmen
are David Dardashti and Meir
Jungreis.
Dinner Arrangements Com-
mittee include Tzvi Ainsworth,
Frank Bortunk, Aryeh Bosem,
Phillip Brafman. Usher Brynn,
Dov Dunaevsky, Steven Feig,
Joseph Fellig, Mendel Fellig,
Isaac Fryd, Jay Holder,
Richard Kaufler, Baruch
Kramer. Harry (Hap) Levy,
South Dade Council
Of BB Lodges
To Install Officers
South Dade Council of B'nai
B'rith outgoing president
Scott S. Britan said his
farewell to the organization
and announced that the in-
stallation ceremony of new of-
ficers will be held Sunday at 11
a.m. at the Kendall Lakes
Country Club. Andrew
Newman will be installed as
new president.
Britan has served as presi-
dent the past two years. He
said the council's two primary
projects are the annual Dade
County Outstanding Citizen's
Award luncheon and the an-
nual Junior Maccabiah Games.
Rabbi Gersoh Schusterman
Morton Mayberg, Aron
Minkowitz, Henry Percal, Sam
Rand, James Resnick, Norman
Richman. I.D. Silverman,
William Sostchin, Stanley
Weiss and Yaacov Werde.
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.V/r and Afrs. Barfon S. Goldberg con-
gratulate left. Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey A. Gidney
at an Installation Brunch oirm fry ^ )'<>wn<7
Presidents Club of Mount Sxnax Medial
Center Mr Gxdney succeeds Mr Goldberg es
Caatrma* of the group.
Jeffrey Gidney Elected Chairman
Of Young Presidents Club
The Young Presidents Club
of Mount Sinai Medical Center
has elected Jeffrey A. Gidney
as its new chairman. Mr
Gidney. President of T Square
of Miami Blue Print Company,
has been a Young President
for nearly 10 years. Ht- and the
other officers were installed by
Fred D. Hirt. President and
Chief Executive Officer of
Mount Sinai, at a brunch at the
Fontainebleau Hilton Hotel.
Mr Hirt. a Young President
himself, welcomed the new
slate of officers. He remarked.
"To build on our foundation is
to go from strength to
strength."
The leadership of the philan-
thropic group includes A Jef-
frey Barash. Richard A.
Freeman and Stephen Wise
I'nger. MD. Vice Chairmen;
Keith Kovens. Secretary and
Arthur N. Sheppard.
Treasurer Members-at-Lar^-
are Ronnee Abrams. Gerald A.
Albert. DDS. Kip Amazon.
MD. Gail J Atterman. Michael
C Blasberg. Donald A.
Fischer. Jill Furlong. Glad\>
Gelb. Ira D. Giller. Dalia Glott-
man. Gary Marlin. Richard J.
May. William J. Multack. Amy
Rose. Gerald K. Schwartz.
Sheri-Ann Sendzischew.
Leonard M. Toonkel. MD.
Charles Weiss, MD. Teri
Esther Wolofsky. Larry E.
Wynne. DDS and Dave M
Zinn.
Past Chairman Ted S.
Finkel. Robert H. Frehling.
Martin J. Gelb. Barton S.
Goldberg, Fred D.
Rosenbloom. MD and Leonard
H. Schwartz are also on the
Young Presidents' Executive
Board
Now in its 13th year, the
Young Presidents Club
welcomed 78 new members,
bringing the group to 455
strong. The membership is
comprised of young business
and professional men and
women who pledge $10,000 or
more, along with a personal
commitment U> support the
group's special projects which
enhance Mount Sinai's quality
patient care, education and
research. Many >f th- Young
Presidents are second and
third generation Mount Sinai
supporters, while longtime
members often go on to
become Founders and
members of the Board of
Trustees.
New Young Presidents who
received plaques in the
recognition of their enrollment
were: Stanley Angel. Jamie S.
Barkin. Benjamin Paul Baum.
Bill Bieler. Mark A Brooks.
Samuel Dror. Gladys Gelb.
Gail D. Gelvan. Norman
Gel van. Judge David Gersten.
Marc A. Gidney. Itamar J.
Goldenholz. Barry Goldnng.
Jeffrey B. Greenberg. Anita S
Grossman. Ronald J. Herb-
inger. Rik Karchefsky. Alan G.
Kipnis. Howard S. Koch. MD,
Brian E. Kovler. Steven L. Kr
ingold. DPM. Ronald Lavan.
Steven Lederer. Moises
Lichtinger. MD. Gary Matz-
ner, Steven M. Meyers.
Richard P. Morgenstern.
David Parish. Jim Peterson.
Deborah Pollans. Prager
Travel. Inc. represented by
Die Prager. Jeffrey Robinson.
Tony Rodriguez. Hank R<*i~
tein. Barn- Roth. Tracv Roth.
Richard L" Rush. MD. Richard
D. Sage. Andrew Schell. Ar
thur Schinitsky. Diane Schinit
sky. Hy Shapiro. Shelly Shep
pard. Helen Sirkin. Steven D
Sonenreich. Spa Vest Inc
Marc Sporn. Stuart Ltd.
represented by Robert Graver.
Sharon Arison Sueiras.
Jonathan Turk. Betty T.
Villegas. Charles S Wolfe and
Robert A. Zinn.
New Young Presidents who
were not present at the plaque
presentation ceremonies were:
Jonathan Beloff. Catalano's
Nurses Registry. Inc.. Irv
David. Charles B. Ganz. Keith
Allison Gray. Allen
Greenberg. Ella Gelvan
Greenberg. Kenneth
Grossfeld. Barry Kutun. Alan
Levin. MD. Fred Levin.
Ronald C. Levinson. Geoffrey
P. Paskow. Jonathan Politano.
Carolyn Quain. Gerald K.
Schwartz. Jerry Shechtman.
David Spivack. Allen Stein.
DDS. Zee Super. Jack G.
Taphn. Betsy G Weissman.
Arthur Weissmann. MI>. Ra>
Ellen Yarkin. and Brian David
Yusem.
Innovative programs of the
Young Presidents Club include
Avcom: TY-3. a closed circuit
television system throughout
the hospital that provides
health education programs for
patients and staff; TV-3's
viceo visits which make it
possible for patients to com
municate. through the closed
circuit television system and
telephones, with visitors in the
hospital; Scholarship Award-
which provide financial
assistance to deserving
children of Mount Sinai
employees who are continuing
their education beyond high
school; a fitness trail on Mount
Sinai's campus; the Child Care
Center for the children of
hospital employees; Mount
Simi North, located in The
Shoppes at Concorde ( enter, a
facility of multi -specialty
physicians' office.- mated to
better serve patients living in
Northeast dad* and South
Broward and the Sports
Medicine Institute at The Spa,
Fontainebleau Hilton Resort.
to provide evaluation and
research of athletic
performance.
In a toast to the Young
Presidents, outgoing Chair
man Bart Goldberg said. "'We
have topped all previous
membership totals and I con-
gratulate you for a job well
done."
Tel Aviv University
Honors Local
Insurance Agent
Lenny Furer of North Miami
Beach, and an agent of the
American Income Life In-
surance Company, received a
Certificate of Honor from Tel
Aviv University in Israel,
recognizing outstanding par-
ticipation in helping to
establish a Chair in the History
of the American Labor
Movement.
The chair is being establish-
ed in honor of American In-
come Life's Chairman of the
Board. Bernard Rapoport of
Waco. Texas. American In-
come Life Agents from around
the nation fathered in I>allas
ently for the award
ceremom
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Seu- members of the Next Generation left to right. \
Claudia Potamkin. Ellen Belief. Wxllasue Suskxnd and I-.-
Seymtntr Roth.
Robert Frehling Elected President
Of The Next Generation
Robert Frehling was elected
President of the Next Genera
Don during their May iy
meeting The Next Generation
consists of young professionals
who help the elderly through
various programs and cultural
activities at the Miami .Jewish
Home and Hospital for the Ag
ed at Douglas Gardens
Mr Frehling operates a
retail store and import shop in
Bal Harbour. He is a member
of the Board of Trustees at
Mount Sinai Medical Center as
well as a Founding Chairman
of their Young Presidents
Club.
The lysT Kh slate of officers
joining Mr Frehling are Yi.e
Presidents Dr. R
Jacobs. Judi Mai. .,-
Ganz; Secretary, Mart
and Treasurer. Ifichae I <':
The new officers will bt I -
mally installed at 1 $\
event being plan I ed
September.
Six new memU-rs tren
troduced at the meeting biinj
ing total memU-rsh:; ..
Next Generation up *
of whom has pledged $10,000
or more to promote the gr wtl
of Douglas Garden.- >
members are Ellen K
Claudia and Alan I
F.thel and Seymour R tl
Willasue Susskind
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Friday, June 12, 1987/The Jewish Floridian Page 9-B
Judy Drucker
On The Move
When Judy Drucker, president of the Con-
cert Association of Greater Miami, moved in
t.. her new offices at 555 Hank Meyer Blv<
(17th St.). Miami Beach, it was with a
cavalcade of the world's most eminent perfor-
ming artists following closely behind.
This year the Concert Association's Great
Artists Series celebrates its Gala 20th An-
niversary season. Through the wars the
series lias presented such luminaries as
Leonard Bernstein; the Israel Philharmonic
conducted by Zubin Mehta; Isaac Stern: and
Itzhak Perlman, among others.
The Concert Association was formed six
y-ars ago to increase the number of concert
offerings in the area and reach a broader
share of the community. Today it presents the
Great Artists Series, the Prestige Series, and
special programs such as the coming Sept. 4
Pavarotti concert, and the American Mallet
I heat re.
Officers of the I ACM include Judy
Drucker. president; Millie Ser, executive vice
president; I. Stanley Levine, chairman of the
board; Teens Weiss, secretary; and Gary R.
Gerson, treasurer.
The Hoard of Directors consists of the
above officers and Gilbert S. Kahn; Donald E.
Lefton; Herbert D Mendel; Raymond
Morgan; Robert Vincent Olivieri; Dan Paul;
Sherwood Weiser; Norman Lawrence;
Guillermo Martinez. Cynthia Lawrence-
Leonard Abess, .lr.. James S. Knopke; Mrs
Leonard (Sue) Miller; Saul Glottman and
Irene Diamond.
Mt. Sinai Dep't. Of Surgery
To Honor Dr. Rickles
Israel Histadrut Campaign 'Florida Friends
Of Carmel Hospital' Established
The Department of General
Surgery of Mount Sinai
Medical Center will honor Dr.
Julian A. Rickles. at their An-
nual Dinner on Saturday, at
7:30 p.m. at the Omni Interna-
tional Hotel.
Dr. Marc Wallack, Chairman
of the Department of General
Surgery, Mount Sinai Medical
Center, has announced that
the Dr. Julian A. Rickles
Surgical Fellowship has been
established in their parents'
honor by Mr. and Mrs. George
(Liz) Krupp, Mr. and Mrs.
Thomas (Lee) Rickles and Mr.
Richard Rickles. This
fellowship will be held by a
specially selected surgical resi-
dent who, in addition to the
ongoing training, will have
direct contact with Dr.
Rickless.
A distinguished surgeon for
more than 40 years, Dr.
Rickles has been affiliated
with Mount Sinai since its in-
ception and served as Acting
Chief of Surgerv in 1976. He is
a Dipbmate of the American
Hoard of Surgery and a Fellow
(,f the Southeastern Surgical
Congress, the American Col-
lega of Chest Physicians and
We International College of
Surgeons.
Dr. Rickles was named
Ihairman of the Board of
Xrustsjp of the-International
Dr. Julian A. Rickles
College of Surgeons,
American Division, in 1983.
He became Honorary Chair-
man the following year and
has been unanimously re-
elected to this post each year
since that time.
As Medical Director of Civil
Defense for Dade County from
1955 to I960, Dr. Rickles
originated the protocol in com-
mon usage for mass casualty
care by the Medical Directors
of Civil Defense throughout
the country. He was a surgeon
board the Ship of HOPE and
a much published author. He
wrote one of the earliest ar-
ticles to draw attention to car-
oinqma of the thyroid, in
Elliott Engelbaum, Ex-
ecutive Director of the Israel
Histadrut Campaign of South
Florida announced the forma-
tion of the "Florida Friends of
Carmel Hospital." The selec-
tion of a committee is now in
progress to sponsor research
and development of projects
for the Carmel Medical
Hospital in Israel, well known
for its Cardio- Vascular
Thoracic Surgery Department,
as well as sophisticated
facilities in other areas.
Dr. Joshua Furman will
serve as Chairman for the
"Florida Friends of the
Carmel Hospital."
Dr. Furman for many years
has been a member of the
American Board of Internal
Medicine and the American
Board of Cardio-Vascular
Diseases. Israeli born, he has
been practicing in South
Florida for 10 years.
The Florida Friends of
Carmel Hospital will have its
initial meeting this fall.
Elliott Engelbaum. Executive Director and Dr. Joshua Furman,
Chairman.
children.*'
STATE of ISRAEL BONDS
congratulates
MICHAEL and JUDY ADLER
for receiving the David Ben-Gurion Award at the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel
in New York on May 31 for your deep devotion and dedication to Israel
and numerous Jewish causes.
M. Ronald Krongold
Campaign Chairman
Howard Klein
Executive Director
Rabbi Leon Kronish
National Honorary
Chairman
2301 Collins Avenue. Suite M-24. Miami Beach. Florida 33139 Phone(306) 531 6731
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Page 10-B The Jewish Floridian/Friday. June 12, 1987
Wedding
RICHMANFEDER
Jamie Beth Richman. daughter of Dr. Paul
and Elaine Richman of North Miami became
the bride of Scott Jay Feder, son of the
Honorable Richard Yale Feder of Miami and
Ms. Irma Robbins Feder of Gainesville, at
Temple Beth Moshe of North Miami on June
7. Rabbi Israel Jacobs and Rabbi Joseph Gor-
finkel officiated at the ceremony.
Attending the bride as Maid of Honor was
Cathy Richman with Elise Richman, Marsha
Feder. Tracey Katz. Maria Kaufman and Deb-
by Fleisher serving as bridesmaids.
Serving as Best Man was the groom's
father Hon. Richard Yale Feder with Alan
Mandel, Kenny Phillips. Michael Frank and
Alan Fine as ushers.
The bride wore a Priscilla of Boston gown
made of Alonson lace and iridescent tulle.
The bride earned a dental hygiene degree at
the University of Michigan and then con-
tinued her education at the University of
Florida. She is the granddaughter of Morris
and Miriam Stein of Oak Park. Michigan and
Mr Norman Richman of Oak Park. Michigan
and the late Rose Fox Richman.
The groom earned a .ID-MBA degree in law
and business at the University of Florida. He
is the grandson of the late Dr. Harry M. and
Elsie G. Feder of North Miami Beach and the
Karen More
Award Winner
Karen Lisa More, tht
daughter of Zadok and
(*ret>rgianna More, has lieen
named a United States Na-
tional Award winner in
Foreign language. Ilui More,
who attends the Lehrman Day
School on Miami Beach, was
nominated for this prestigious
national award by Ms.
Klizalteth I*atour. her Spanish
teacher. Karen's name,
photograph and biography will
appear in the United States
Achievement Academy Of
final Yearbook, published na
tionally She is the grand
daughter of David and Shirley
Siegel of Albany. NY arx
Shlomo and Shulamit Mizrach
of Jerusalem.
JWVA Makes
Presentation
To Baby House
JWVA Auxiliary No 882
will make a presentation to the
Cerebral Palsy Baby House of
an outside gym. according to
President of the Ladies Aux
iliary. Selma Levine. The
ceremony by the Abe Horowitz
Ladies Auxiliary will be made
j:{<> p.m Sunday Howard
Miller, campaign director for
Cerebral Palsy of Miami will
be at the presentation alonp
with Bernard Massarsky. com
mander of the Abe Horowiti
Post and his officers anc
several post members.
Young Israel Elects
New Officers
Young Israel of Greater
Miami has elected the follow
ing to serve as officers: Oscar
Theil. President; Warren
Berney. First Vice President
Dr. Reynold Stein, Second
Vice President, Ernest Field
Treasurer, Sheldon Gittleson
Financial Secretary; Roslyr
Brody. Recording Secretary
and Yehoshua Brill. Ernesi
Field and Jacob Rosenbaum
Gabboyim
Mr. and Mrs. Scott Jay Feder
late Dr. Bernard S. and Lee F. Bobbins of
New York City. New York.
The groom is employed by the law firm of
Floyd. Pearson, Richman. Creer. Weil. Zack
and Brumbaugh in Miami.
A reception was held at drove Isle.
The couple plan to reside in Coral Gable*
following the honeymoon in England and
Frame
Happening
The Jewish Community Center at HIO hspanola \\a> on
Miami Beach has invited Wilham r Saulson to speak of \,.
meness and Agressiveness at 10 am on luesda)
I athers Day celebration sponsored by Men's Club of I en pit
Beth Raphael IMfi Jefferson Ave Miami Beach on June 21 it
i a m Special breakfast (iifts to all the gentlemen
The installation of South Dade Council of B'nai B'nth I edges
and I nits will hold a brunch with Mai. om Fromberg as guesi
speaker on Sunday. June 14. II am at the Kendall- Lakes
Country Club. Miami Harry Yablin and Arthur Bassman arc m
char-Re
Mrs Rachel Kraus. a second grade teacher ai the Samuel
Scheck Hillel ( ommunil) Da> School, was presented the R
Isaac Simon Award for the t>e\elopmeni of Innovative I !,*
HOB*! Malenals for the Teaching of Chumash at the 31 a) V
I orah F.dueaiors Convention I he convention is sponsor. I the
National ( onfereme of Yeshiva Prtn**>als
Mrs Rachel Kraus a second grade teacher ai tht n
Schcch Hilk-I ( ornrminrn l>a\ Vhool was presenied the H
Isaa. Simon Award for the De\ekpment of bmovattve I In. i
tional Maienals for the leaching of ( humash at ihe 3lsi Vnnual
I orah l.ducaiors ( on\entKn Ihe convention is sponsor, : > th.
National ( onference of Yeshiva Principals
[
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Friday, June 12, 1987/The Jewish Floridian Page 11-B

P
More Consumers
Arc Eating Empire
Kosher Chicken
It's Better Than Good!
A History of Kosher Quality
(>t .ill the beautiful values thai have passed
from generation t" generation since Kibh
cal tiroes, none bettei reflei ts the wisdom
of Jewish heritage than the Jewish Ihetan
Laws, Today, itricl observers ol the ko
sher laws and non observei s ol .ill religious
affiliations have come to equate the word
Kosher" with"Supenoi (Quality."
Empire Koshei Poultr) '-'ko peal
pnde in our reputation as "The Most
Trusted Name hi Koshei Poultry" for .il
most 51 >) eai s. We have alw a) s been dedi
cated to satisfying the toughest customers
m the world the M
thodox Jewish con
suroers who demand
both the highest stand-
ards of Kashruth and
the finest qualit) <>ur
poultry is different It
must Ih- wholesome,
flump, juicy, and lendei
t mist also Ik- guai _____
tcadsthctl) kosher, with ~
out compromise, without excuses
Because ol the koshei laws, Empire
cannot take the same shortcuts that man)
other poultr) processors can. We produce
our own feed, and breed, hatch, and raise
our birds following the most rigid require
menu Out poultr) 's raised slowl) and
humanely, with no artificial ingredients w
growth Umutants. Only completel)
healthv birds tan be processed. Hie ko
shn laws ,iis.. demand thai much ol oui
processmgbedoneb) hand, supervised b)
highlv trained Rabbis as well as the I .S.
Department ol Agriculture.
Empire Kosher poultr) costs a little
more because ol the extra care that is
taken with each hud We are contmuall)
improving and innovating our processing
equipment, however, to keep prices as low
as possible It is oui goal to use the most
modern techniques possible while mam
taming the aru H-ni kosher laws All Empire
Poultry i in. k. us. turkeys, and duck-
lings ppMidK Ik .11 the u symbol of the
Union of Orthodox Jewish
Congregations ol America as
proof that our plant, equip-
ment, and koshering proc-
esses adhere Strictly to
the Jewish Dietar) Laws.
With Umpire Kosher
Poultry. Sou Don't
Have to Worry
lo assure you. our valued, customer, that
our poultry is unquestionably kosher.
every bird bearing the EMPIRE label is
grown and processed under continuous
Rabbinical supervision.
All poultry is hand held at the
moment of slaughtei to assure the
mosl perfect and humane cut that
qualifies a bird as "kosher" accord-
ing to Jewish law.
No hot or heated water is used
at any stage of processing. Ever. < mly
cold watei is acceptable by the Rabbis
supervising our Kashruth.
Ever) bird is inspected tor whole
someness by U.S. Government mspec
tors. However, where most companies
accept this inspection as good enough, we
at Empire do not. Main ol the birds that
pass government inspection do not pass
subsequent inspections by our own
Kabbmical supervisors. We guar-
antee that all poultry bearing
the Empire Kosher label
meets the highest standards
of the Jewish Dietary Laws,
nothing less!
Precisely located inci-
sions are made in each wing
and neck so that the blood
will be fully drained during
s. taking and salting. Each bird
i~ submerged and soaked
completely m fresh, con-
stantly flowing, cold water
for at least one half hour to
loosen all blood parti
cles. The bird is then
hung on a line to dnp
tree of all water and
hand salted internally
and externally and stacked
correctly to dram for one
hour During this time, the salt
loosens and absorbs all remain-
ing blood.
After salting, each bird is
nnsed in three separate vats ol cold run-
ning water to remove all salt and thor-
oughly cleanse the bird.
All poultry is quickly dulled below
10 F and packed to retain its treshness and
quality during the rapid shipment to the
market. Poultry destined to be dressed
and sold frozen or cooked for delicatessen
items is immediately taken to our further
processing rooms. Cutting, cooking, fur-
ther processing, and packaging are also
supervised by Rabbis to guarantee that
every Empire product adheres to the Jew
ish laws.
You Can Taste the Difference
Because of our deep religious convictions,
we can enjoy onlv Strictly kosher products.
S> tor ourselves, and for those individuals
who need kosher products because ol reh
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k the Ix-st poultry on the market tod.n
\Our chickens, turkeys, and duck-
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room and. holiday tables when-
ever they are served.
The same care that ensures
the strictest koshei standards
also produces one of the most
succulent and delicious products
available. Consumers ol all reli-
gions are discovering the differ-
ence between Empire Kosher
Poultry and products that are proc-
essed without the benefit of proper
Kabbmical supervision.
The Laws of Kashruth Consumer Protection for Over 5,000 Years
IV jew,sh D,.a. v.,wso,hun,a,,enes.an^
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Page12-B The Jewish Floridian/Friday, June 12. 1987
Hebrew Academy 1987 Graduates Exceptional Students
By ALISA KWITNKY
Jewish Floridian Staff Writt
When the 49 seniors who are
tfraduatin^ from the Rabbi
Alexander S. dross Hebrew
Academy this year on Tues-
day, June 16 return to their old
school in years to conic
chances are they will be
remembered
According to Rabbi Yoesi
Heber. hi^h school principal,
and Jessica Shultz. assistant
principal, the graduating class
of "87 includes I great numln-r
of outstanding students whoee
achievements and honors have
brought national attention and
recognition to their school
THE SENIORS, who have
been accepted to some of the
most selective colleges in the
country, among them Colum-
bia. MIT. Brown. Johns
Hopkins and the University of
Pennsylvania, include six Na-
tional Merit Scholarship
SINGLES
MALE 42 very profes-
sional, living in the
Aventura-Tumberry area I
enjoy Flea Markets to art
shows, theatre, good
music, movies, dining
Would like to share these
times with you. Box FD c'o
Jewish Floridian. P.O. Box
012973. Miami 33101.
TONY SEGRETO. Sports
Director of Channel 4 TV
will be the guest speaker
at the next meeting of
Singles for ARMDI on
Sunday, June 14 at 7:30
p.m.. discussing "The
Miami Sports Scene
Everything You Want to
Know About the Dolphins,
the NBA Heat, etc." The
meeting, to take place at
The Harbour House North
Auditorium, 10295 Collins
Avenue in Bal Harbour,
will also feature dancing
to the music of Sid
Winston, along with
coffee and dessert, at a
cost of $3 for members
and $5 for nonmembers.
BETH TORAH SINGLES
Ages 21-45 presents
Our "Summer Lovin"'
Dance. This dance will be
held Thursday, June 18,
1987 at Beth Torah
Congregation, Benny Rok
Campus, 1051 North
Miami Beach Boulevard.
North Miami Beach,
Florida, in our Deakter
Hall Ballroom. Time: 7:30
p.m. Admission: $5.00
donation which includes
refreshments. Dance to
the sounds of Disc Jockey
"Cool Lou.'*
HAPPENINGS SINGLES
is having an Outstanding
Singles Party on Friday.
June 19, 1967 at 9:00 p.m.,
at the Diplomat Hotel,
3515 South Ocean Drive,
Hollywood, Florida. There
will be Dancing. Live
Band. Continuous Hors
D'Oeuvres, Gift Drawings
and Surprises. Admission
is $6.00. For more
information call Sharon
Silver 385-1255.
^-s-
Finalists, 15 members of the
National Honor Society and 17
recipients of the Presidential
Academic Fltnan Award
IN ALL SERIOUS-
NESS." says Shultz. the assis
tant principal, "it is prohabK
one of the brightest
graduating classes that we
have had. They have done ex-
ceedingly well on their SAT's.
There are lli students who
have over a 4.0, or A grade
average. (That's about a
quarter of the students.)
"They have also done ex
emplarv work in various types
of community service. There
are community leaders in this
group I just think that they
are I very special bunch of
guys and gals "
"I always knew that they
would be a wonderful class. '
says Eileen Kesser. who
teaches English and
Humanities
"They were my first class at
the Hebrew Academy when I
taught them English in the 7th
grade, and 1 could never have
imagined that the same kids
who would Bay to me 'who is
Emily Dickinson?* and 'who is
Kolx-rt Frost'.'' would DOW !*
able to distinguish a Renoir
from a Monet or a Beethoven
piece from a Mozart dm i
DAVID BRAFMAN. the
class valedictorian, is a case in
point. While maintaining a
"> 18 grade point average he
took almost all honors and ad-
vanced placement courses
Brafman found the time to !
editor-in-chief of the li*H7
Yearbook, a member of the
Student Council, and to teach
a computer class for junior
high students after school for
two years.
If that weren't enough, last
year Brafman received a
scholarship from the American
Heart Association to par-
ticipate in a research project at
the University of Miami's
Physics Department, where he
worked with a cardiologist ap-
plying computer science to
medicine.
Soon to enter Columbia.
Brafman says that he is very
satisfied with the fact that his
high school education incor-
porated Hebrew studies.
"The Hebrew Academy is a
two-faceted school." he says.
"You have a very long school
day, but you learn Judaic
studies and the secular ones,
without one being compromis-
ed for the sake of the other.
"As a Jew, the Judaic
studies are a part of my life.
They can't be separated in a
clinical way. I'll probably join
up with a Jewish study group
in Columbia."
ADDING THAT in the
Hebrew Academy "you get to
know your teachers personally
it's a warm, friendly at-
mosphere," Brafman states
that his class will be the new
leaders.
"That's what everyone tells
us." he explains, "and I think
it's true. We're a very in-
telligent class."
And they're cohesive; Braf-
man contends that there are
no cliques or infighting.
It is in that spirit of
togetherness that the senior
class is going to New York for
a week before their gradua-
tion. There they can visir^he
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centers of art. culture, and
politics that are available to
them, as well as numerous
museums, theatres, and
famous restaurants.
BIT WHEN asked what he
thinks his class will do in New
York. Brafman replied, "tear
the place apart.-' proving that
along with everything else, the
students of the senior class of
'87 aft also teenagers who
want to have a bit of summer
fun.
"This class represents
everything that's good in da)
school education, says the
school's principal. Rabbi YoBSJ
Heln-r "They have succeeded
Dr. Lehrman To Speak At
Synagogue Council Of America
Dr. Irving I^ehrman will ha
the installing officer and prin-
cipal speaker Tuesday, at the
Annual Meeting of the
Synagogue Council of America
in New York City.
Rabbi Lehrman. spiritual
leader of Temple Emanu-El in
Miami Beach, will swear in
Rabbi Gilbert Klapperman of
New York, a national leader of
Orthodox Jewry, as president
of the Synagogue Council.
The Synagogue Council of
America represents all of the
major Orthodox, Conservative
and Reform rabbinical and
synagogal organizations in the
United States.
Rabbi Klapperman will sue
ceed Rabbi Herbert
Baumgard, of Temple Beth
Am as national president.
Hebrew Academy
Scholarship Winner
Shoshana Levitz received
the Young Israel National
Council Scholarship, the
Hebrew Academy announced.
The scholarship is awarded to
students who are academically
qualified and display a commit-
ment to continued Jewish
studies. Shoshana, in the 11th
grade, will be going to Israel
next year to study.
Dr. Ix'hrman was the first
Floridian elected to head the
Synagogue Council of
America, later being elected
honorary president 01 the um-
brella organization of the
American Jewish religious
community.
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We're trying to teach them to
a ij ust,'' says Joan n
Rodriguez, a social worker
employed at the nursery.
"These are the children of
Irug abusers they're not us-
ed to real food. They're used to
junk. The first time they eat a
regular dinner with meat,
potatoes, and vegetables, they
threw up. They're not used to
taking a bath or a nap."
ertl Rodriguez.
The nursery can hold up to
nine children, and has a room
for girls, a room for boys, a kit-
chen and dining room, as well
as an isolation room for
children who are sick.
MANY CHILDREN come
to the Crisis Nursery with
chicken pox, or with other
iiseases less common in
children, such as syphilis and
norrea, according to
Rodriguez. Often they con
tract the sexually-transmitted
aaea from being sexually
abused.
They've learned to
associate violence with love, or
lling with love," says
Rodriguez. "That's the only
time their parents pay any at-
tention to them. Sometimes
they really test you out. The
little girls ask to be fondled by
the people who work here or
bj the other children. That's
all they know."
The trained child care
workers and social workers
staff the nursery try to
h the children that they
ve attention when they
I appropriately, and that is
of the few lessons that the
children receive here.
"I DON'T like creating
-">l-like atmosphere here.
- is the children'a
lence," contends Gloria
v mona, the associate diree
! this Crisis Nursery, and
ther two facilities in Nortl
Dade. Asked to take over tern
irily when the person ir
irge became overwhelmed
with the responsibility. Sim
mons has been with the pro
gram for seven years now,
since its inception in 1980.
This house was donated by
D : and Paula Carter, who
"' it to us for $1 a year, and
just about everything you see
here has been donated/' says
Simmons.
The National Council for
Jewish Women provided the
pil"t money and fegislatve ad-
vocacy for establishing the
Crisis Nurseries, particularly
Nan Rich and Anna Ross,"
two NCJW members, states
Simmons.
"They have been and con-
tinue to be supportive from the
ery beginning. They were one
of the groups that fought for
the idea and saw it as a com-
munity need before the media
attention," she adds.
ALTHOUGH the children
come from every sector of
Miami's populatio.n including
from Jewish families, the pro
Mem is "not as pronounced
with Jewish children." accor-
ding to Simmons, who com-
Mends the Jewish community
",: its global view of social
needs "
One of the stresses that con-
tributes to child abuse and
neglect is social isolation, says
Simmons, who believes that
the Jewish community's close-
knit structure helps" prevent
that kind of isolation in its
members.
Economic deprivation, poor
role models and the loss of sup-
port systems such as church
and synagogue are other con-
tributing factors.
Gloria Simmon* associate director of the Crisis Nursery.
A trained child cure worker helps the children icnsh up after
lunch
\
Joan* Rodriguez a aocial workerai tfc CrimaNwrmry, with two
ni her ekotgti
of all : ins. Son
have poor impulst
trol," says Simmons.
THERE ARK two types i
placement in the Crisis
Nursery, court ordered and
voluntary. Often parents
voluntarily ask the Crisis
Nursery to take care of a child,
either by a direct phone call to
MRS. or through a phone call
to the Switchboard of Miami, a
24-hour hotline for people who
want to report a case of child
abuse or who want to ventilate
their frustrations and prevent
themselves from possibly ven-
ting their anger on a child.
The hotline provides
counseling and can refer
parents to Parenting Skills
Classes or to one of the Crisis
Nurseries.
"If the placement is volun-
tary our goal is to keep the
family together." says Sim
mons. "A lot of parents an
just temporarily overwhelmed
If it's support the family
needs, we supply that. It
however, we suspect that th
home environment will bt
chronically bad. we report that
to the HRS."
ACCORDING TO state law.
HRS must investigate child-
abuse or neglect reports
within 24 hours of receiving
the call, but recent reports
have emerged stating that
almost 5.000 reports of child
abuse in Dade and Monroe
Counties piled up and remain-
ed uninvestigated.
This backlog was discovered
when HRS began to look into a
complaint by Dade Juvenile
Court Judge William
Gladstone that children in
HRS custody as suspected vic-
tims of child abuse were sleep-
ing on the floors of offices in
Dade's Juvenile Justice
Center.
These revelations have pro
mpted HRS to investigate the
situation further and to also in-
stitute a "house cleaning";
Luisa Maurer was brought in
to replace Linda Berkowitz as
district administrator of HRS
in Dade and Monroe Counties,
additional investigators are be-
ing transferred over to help
with the backlog, and a new
center to handle children
awaiting emergency place
ment is being established.
THE PERSON HRS chose
to run the new center is Gloria
Simmor s. who. in her new
capacity as Human Service
Administrator, will help to in-
sure that the children placed in
the care of HRS are properly
handled and assigned to
shelters.
In the Crisis Nursery, the
children who play contentedly
in the sunlit yard have escaped
immediate danger. But they
often reveal that they have
already seen a darker side of
human nature, and some are
defiant and angry.
"We have children trying to
wrap the cord of a Venetian
blind around their necks to
hang themselves." says
Rodriguez. "The biggest set-
back is when new children
come in, and the power struc-
ture changes. In the minds of
some of the children who have
been here longer, they are not
being given as much attention.
They In'gin to misbehave to
get attenton."
The children are often lagg
ing behind by at least a few
months in most every area of
development, especially com-
munications skills, because of
lack of stimulation. But most
tivities with the social woi
and from the rich* i ron-
merit of the nursery, according
to Rodriguez.
SOCIAL WORKERS like
Rodriguez plan out activities
for the children, but the state
of a given child's heaith, and
the level of his or her energy
determines what is done and
what is not. The schedule is
not rigid, and many of the
children need to sleep and rest
more than anything else.
Despite all the difficulties in-
volved with caring for these
children, the hardest part of
working with them may be
watching them leave.
"This is like a home," says
Rodriguez. "They start to call
you 'Mom.' Anyone that feeds
them, bathes them and loves
them is 'Mom.' "
They attach to the person
who cares for them and gives
them a sense of security."
agrees Simmons. "Mothering
isn't determined by bloodlines.
It's difficult sometimes to
detach." she admits.
"The goal is to do what's
right for the child, and you
have to try to be objective, but
love's not something you can
turn on and off."
National Board Of
Advisors Selected For
New World School
Richard Klein, provost of
Miami's New World School of
the Arts, has announced the
selection of a national board of
advisors to assist with the
planning and operating of the
high school and college for the
performing and visual arts set
to open this fall at the high
school level.
The board includes. Yacov
Agam. artist; Kitty Carlisle
Hart, Chairman of the New
York State Council on the
Arts; Bruce Davidson,
photographer; Milton Glaser.
graphic designer; Wolf Kahn
artist; Carson Kanin, author
and director; Hal Linden, ac
tor; Peter Nero, pianist, con
ductor, composer and ar-
ranger; Tony Roberts, actor;
Mark Schubart, director, Lin-
coln Center Institute and
former dean and vice presi-
dent of the Juilliard School;
and Edward Villella. artistic
director of the Miami City
Ballet.
City Of Miami Beach
Fun In The Sun
The city of Miami Beach
Recreation Division announce?
its "Pun in the Sun" summer
program to run from June 22
through Aug. 14. The program
will run Monday through Fri-
day from 8:30 a.m. until 6 p.m.
for all children entering first
through 12th grade.
Activities include swimming,
sports, games, ice skating,
tournaments, crafts and field
trips. For exact fees and loca-
tions, contact the Miami Beach
Parks and Recreation
Department.
Bookkeeper
Needed three *ys a week;
A/RA/P&BA,> "EC Call
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Page 14 B The Jewish Floridian/Friday, June 12, 1987
Recipients of the 1987
Stanley C. Myers Presidents
Leadership Awards
8
Continued froaa Pas* 1-B
vice-chairwoman of the Miami
area for Young Women's
Leadership Cabinet in 1984,
and the organization's Cam-
paign vice-chair for Florida in
1986. Adler is also a member
of the Board of Bet Shira Con-
gregation and is co-chair of the
Capital Funds Campaign for
the South Dade Jewish Com
munity Center, both organiza-
tions beneficiary agencies of
Federation.
Richard Berkowitz, a
member of Federation's Board
of Directors is the incoming
president of Jewish Federa-
tion Television, a beneficiary
agency of Federation. He is
currently a worker in the
Pacesetter Division, a member
of the Westview Federation
committee, chairman of the
Florida Region for UJA's
Young Leadership Cabinet, as
well as treasurer of NACPAC.
the national action committee.
Berkowitz is a member of
the Federation's Foundation
of Jewish Philanthropies Pro-
fessional Advisory Committee
and a member of the Young
Leadership Council's Board of
Directors.
In 1982 he was a leader of
the "Chazak IV" mission to
Israel; in 1984 the Miami area
chairman for the Washingtor
Young Leadership Con
ference; and in 1987 Berkowiti
was a vice chairman of Super
Sunday.
Ellen Rose is also a member
of the Federation board. She is
currently chairing the Young
Leadership Council for a se-
cond consecutive year. Rose is
a member of the UJA
Women's Leadership Cabinet,
a member of Federation's
Planning and Budget Commit-
tee and the Croup Services
Sub-committee, as well as the
Human Resources Develop-
ment Committee.
She is a member of the
American Israel Public Affairs
Committee (AIPAC); and
NACPAC. the National Action
Committee; and has attended
the last three Young Leader-
ship conferences in
Washington, D.C. She was a
vice chairman of Super Sunday
1987 and is a member of the
JCC transition committee.
"'The dedication
demonstrated by Judy.
Richard and Ellen exemplifies
the qualities needed to assure
dynamic and committed
Jewish leadership in years to
come." Podhurst said. "We
are extremely proud of their
achievements, which have
helped strengthen our com-
munity and its future."
In recognition of their ac-
complishments, the Award
recipients will attend the
General Assembly of the Coun-
cil of Jewish Federation
leadership from the United
States and Canada.
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Desir i\omi
For Advice
Dear Nomi. an advice column, will appear regularlv in the
pares of The Jewiah Floridian.
Diana Elson
Jennifer Tescher Elected President
Of HaNegev Region Of USY
High school junior Jennifer
Tescher was elected Regional
President of HaNegev Region,
one of the 17 regions that
make up United Synagogue
Youth (USY). She will preside
over seven states which in-
clude Florida, Georgia.
Alabama. North Carolina.
South Carolina, Mississippi.
Tennessee, and Puerto Rico.
Jennifer is the past presi-
dent of Arvot, one of the three
sub-regions that make up the
region.
A student at Palmetto
Senior High School and an ac-
tive member of Bet Shira Con-
gregation, Jennifer is involved
on the school, synagogue and
community levels.
At school, she is the News
Editor of the Pantktr,
Palmetto's newspaper, amd a
member of National Honor
Society. She was also named
Best Sophomore Journalist
last year.
In the synagogue, Jennifer is
f>ast president of the Bet Shira
U8Y chapter. She attended
the Solomon Schechter Day
School, and was also a member
of the first Confirmation Class
of Bet Shira.
Jennifer has played an active
role in the community as well.
She has volunteered at Miami
Children's Hospital for one
and a half years, and last sum-
mer, she founded a departmen-
tal newsletter of which she is
now editor. Also, she was
awarded the Civitan Citizen-
ship Award, and nominated
for Best Teenage Volunteer in
Dade County during National
Volunteer Week.
This summer, Jennifer was
selected as one of sixty
teenagers from across the
country to attend Poland
Seminar/Israel Pilgrimage, a
USY-sponsored trip in which
the group spends one week in
Poland and five in Israel.
Elson Of Beth Am
Retires From
Hospital Program
After making 13.200
hospital patient visits from
1970 to 1987. Diana Elson will
retire after 17 years as Direc-
tor of the Temple Beth Am
Hospital Visitations program.
"No Rabbi or group of Rab-
bis, however dedicated, would
have the time to do what Mrs.
Elson has done on a profes-
sional level." said Temple Beth
Am spiritual leader. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard. who also
is retiring this summer.
"She has saved our corps of
rabbis considerable time in fin-
ding the patients, she has kept
accurate records covering 17
years and her personal visits
have been made with
understanding and caring."
Mrs. Elson was asked to lead
a workshop on congregational
hospital visitations employing
volunteer assistants at a na-
tional convention of the Union
of American Hebrew Con-
gregations and has been a
resource person for congrega-
tions in this area and around
the country.
The Beth Am Caring pro-
gram began to develop
through Mrs. Elson's efforts,
including the congregation's
annual blood drives, self-help
programs for middle-aged
children of aging parents.
parents and children of
divorce, mastectomy bosom-
buddy relationships, frail-
elderly day programs,
seminars on death and
bereavement and groups for
the newly widowed.
Mrs. Elson volunteerd to
aide Rabbi Baumgard after
years of service as Director of
Patient Relations at Cedars of
Lebanon Hospital.
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Dear Nomi:
As Father's Day approaches
I am thinking how my father
left me when I was about
eight. My mother raised me
and provided for me while my
father left the state without
paying child support. 1 was not
raised in an atmosphere where
I was encouraged to keep in
touch with mv father, and my
father himself never had a per-
manent address of his own
where I could reach him. Still.
I am torn inside. The Torah
says honor thy mother and thy
father. No matter what he has
done, above all. he helped give
me life. Should I send him a
father's day card despite the
fact that he has not been a
responsible father?
Signed.
Half-empty
Dear Half-empty:
Since your father did not
honor his role and respon
sibilities as a parent to you.
I do not think that you owe
him the honor of sending
him a Father's Day card.
But if you would like to make
the gesture, go ahead. The
desire to send him a card
may stem from a deeper im-
pulse to make contact with
him and get to know and
understand him !>etter.
Try to remember that it may
be painful to encounter your
father a^ain. and that it is
doubtful that at this stage of
the game he will be able to
be a real father to you. even
if he wants to correct his
mistakes.
But even if it is not your duty
to honor your father with
cards and letters, it is your
right to try and establish a
relationship with him if you
so desire.
Yours. Nomi
Dear Nomi:
I'm a pretty lady who is lone-
ly and looking for a gentleman
who is also lonely and would
like to meet an honest arid
sincere companion.
Edie
Dear Nomi:
The more I date the more I
want to spend my Saturday
nights alone at home
watch TV!
Although the men I date are
all professionals, it seems they
don't take dating sermi;> .
road towards marriage
I am 33 years old, have ,,
good job I enjoy and am quite
active in the Jewish communi-
ty. I am tired of dating and
would find fulfillment and
satisfaction in m tin] i good
man with marriage and
children in mind and let's -tart
living!
Signed.
Disillusioned But Hopeful
Dear Nomi:
I read Zee's letter in
May 15 issue and think that
she may be just the person I'm
looking for.
Since before Passover I have
been sending out letters todif-
ferent cities in Israel u i
would like to stay there for a
few months and share u
apartment with someone \V
could do our own cooking and
then sight-see for most of the
day.
I am an Orthod x hut
modern lady in her 60's who
eats only kosher I am i a
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hope it turns out <> K
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Synopsis Of The Weekly Torah Portion
. -When thou lightest the lamps, the seven lamps shall mve Itnht
in front of the candlestick p """ *"* ***
(Numbers 8.2).
BEHAALOTEKHA
BEHAALOTEKHA -"And the Lord spoke unto Moses, saying
Speak unto Aaron, and aay unto him: When thou lightest the
lamps, the seven lamps shall give light in front of the candlestick !
. And this was the work of the candlestick, beaten work of gold
unto the base thereof, and unto the flowers thereof it was beaten
work; according unto the pattern which the Lord had shown
Moses, so he made the candlestick" /Numbers 8J.ll After the
Levites had been purified, they who were between their twentv
fifth (Numbers 8.U) and their fiftieth years, came to the tent of
meeting to take the place of the firstborn in the holy service In
the second year after the Israelites had departed from Egypt
they observed the Passover festival on the 14th days of the first
month. Nissan. Those who having touched a corpse were deemed
impure, were required to wait a month to observe the festival ()n
the 20th day of the second month, the cloud rose from the taber-
nacle, and the children of Israel journeyed from mount Sinai eah
tribe grouped around ita standard, three days' distance behind the
\rk At this time, the Israelites began burdening Moses with
their complaints. To ease the burden. 7(1 elders, on whom Ifoses'
spirit rested, were delegated to serve under him.
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will donate all proceeds to the
American Heart Association
"f Greater Miami, will
celebrate his 102nd birthday
this month.
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'hallengrs the \aJMit> of the *i'l
tin- qualifications of the (x-r-xmai
representative. WJHW, Of junsdtr
'ion of the court
ALL CLAIMS AND 0BJEC
riONS NOT SO PILED WILL BE
Ft-KKVEK BARRED
Publication of this Notice has
begun Junr 12, 1SH7
Personal Representative:
EILEEN CHAFETZ
48.S8 Pine Tree Drive
Miami Beach. Florida 33140
Attorney for IVrsonal
representative
CALBIT. (JALBIT 4 BENIN
PA
W9 Washington Avenue
Miami Beach. Florida 3A139
Telephone. (306) 872-310H
1*793 June 12. 19. 19H7
IN THE CIBCUIT COURT FOR
DADE COUNTT. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number M7-2749
Illusion 04
FLA BAR NO. 030112
IN KE ESTATE OF
LOI IS FORER
Deceased
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
l" \I.I. PERSONS HAVING
I UMS "K DEMANDS
tGAINST 111 E ABOVE
ESTATE AND ALL OTHER
PERSONS INTERESTED IN
THE ESTATE
YOI ARE HEREBY NOT!
FIED that the administration of
the -... I LOUIS FORER,
i. eased File Number -7 .
(ending it it I lit < 'ourl for
DADE County, Ronda Pi
Division the addresi of which is
Dade Count) Court Houae, 78 W
Flagier St Miami. El. The per
sonal representatives of the i rtati
- DONALD FORER art*
In h 665 North Avenue Ft
Lee N. Jersej and IRWIN
FOR! R n Lei i Wenue Clif
Neu Jerae) Tin-1 an
drees if Ok pet
forth
All per aving ehun
,- Late are n
WITHIN THREE MON
THS FROM THF DATI OF Tllr
PI HI |i \ IP in OF THIS
NOT1CJ file with tin
, i wnttei itati
ment I u un r demand the)
writing tnd must ind ite
for the daim t nanv ind id
. .., .....
'.
; un i : ..
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II ntingentoi

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deliver

All pet nterested
f Admimatra
are required U I III IN
rHRI r MONTHS FROM 'Hl-
li \ I E OF I'll E E :
li urn sTION OF rHis
\i i| |i y file an) obje I
tr>.-\ mm) havt that i hallengee the
valuta) of the decedent'i will, the
qualificationa of the paraonaJ
representative or the venue or
junsiliction of the court
Ml. CLAIMS, DEMANDS
KHD OBJECTIONS NOT SO FIL
Eh WILL BE POREV1R
BARRED
I late of the first publication ol
this Notice of A.lministration
June 12. 1987
DONALD FORER
IRWIN FORER
As Personal RepresenUtiv.>
of the Estate of
LOI is FORER
Ileceased
ATTi'RNEI FOR PERSONAL
REPRESENTATIVE
MILTON C GOODMAN. Esquire
Suite 500, Biacayne Building
19 West Flagier Street
Miami. Florida MISO
Telephone. (S06> 379-1885
June 12. 19 -
Tyler Elected
Department
Commander
At the State Convention
held in Bal Harbour. Edgar
Tyler, a World War II Veteran
of Miramar, Florida was
reelected Department Com-
mander of the Jewish War
Veterans. Department of
Florida.
Tyler is a Plant Engineer fur
BARCO Chemical of Opa
Locka. He served in the Army
in Europe during World War
II. and was active in Nasau-
Suffolk County, New York
before moving to Florida. His
wife. Pearl Tyler is Senior
Vice President of the Ladies
Auxiliary. Depart ment
Florida.
A member of the Franzblau
Post 177. he was installed by
Past National Commanders,
Irvin Steinberg, of Post iiS2
and Ainslee R. Ferdie. of Post
243. Ainslee R. Ferdie. a Coral
Cables Attorney and .lick Her-
man of Post 613. a Hollywood
Insurance Executive, were
elected to represent Florida on
the National Policy
Committee.
Representing Florida on the
National Executive Commit-
tee in addition to Department
Commander Edgar Tyler, for
this year will be Past National
Commander Ainslee R. Ferdie
and Past National Com-
mander. Irvin Steinberg; Alvin
Rose of South Dade Post 778.
A lie Baker of West Miami Post
223; Jack Berman of
Hollywood Post 613; Alfred
Danheiser of Fort Lauderdale
Post 730 and Nathan Roths-
tein of Williamsburg, Orlando
Post 475.
Others elected were Jack
Malin. Post 196. Pompano
Beach. Florida as Department
Senior Vice Commander;
Lewis Kaiden. Post 265, Deer-
field Beach. Florida. 1st Junior
Vice Commander: Jack
Dashev, Post 440. Boyton
Beach, Florida. 2nd Junior
Vice Commander; and Dade
County Circuit Court Judge
Arthur Snyder. Post 682,
North Miami Beach, Florida.
as bulge Advocate.
Elected Trustees were An-
drew Andreisse Post 199,
Jacksonville, Bill Schoenfeld,
Post 613, Hallandale and
Howard Melnick Post 243 Cor-
al Gables, Florida. Holdover
trustees were Jordan Crosbj
Post 520, Weal Palm Beach.
Abe Rosenfeld Post 677,
Miami Peach and Garold
Sakey. Post 2 46. St.
Petersburg.
NOTM E I NIIEK
Fit TITIOI S NAME LAW
Ni'TKE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, desiring to
. iiMH under the He
tiiio,,- name Flamingo Bone at
l I SW rs Street, South Miami.
El 33143 intend to register sat
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida
Cafe Flamingo. Inc.
S> Chadroff
Attorney fur Cafe Flaming". Inc
15729 May S, 2; June 6,12,1987
NOTICE I'NDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY (JIVEN
that the undersigned, desiring t"
engage in business under the fic-
titmus name Pan American
Finance intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Cinuii
Court of Dade County. E'londa.
Audio Video School
1..7ai June 12. 1. 26.
July 3. 1987
Synagogue Listing Candlelighting Time 7:54 p.m. CUBAN HEBREW CONQREQATION Temple Beth Shmuel 1700 Michigan Ave.. Miami Beach 534-7213 534-7214 Barry J Konovltch. Rabbi /"V Moshe Buryn, Cantor VS? Sergio Grobier, President ^*^ Sholem Epelbaum, President. Religious Committee
BETH YOSEPH CHAIM CONGREGATION 843 Meridian Avenue Miami Beach, Fla 531-2120 Rabbi Dow Rozencwaig Dally 7:20 a.m. ArMmoon S:30 p.m. Sal Sam
TEMPLE EMANU-EL 1701 Washington Avenue /&[% Miami Beach {^) Dr. Irving Lehrman. Rabbi Auxiliary Rabbi Maxwell Berger Yehuda Shifman. Cantor Maurice Klein. Ritual Director Gerald Taub. Executive Director Kabbalat Shabbat at 4 p.m. Sat Sam Or Irving Lahrman will praach Canlor Yahuda Shitman will cha.it
ADATH YESHURUN 1025 NE Miami Gardens Drive North Miami Beach 947 1435 Rabbi Simcha Freedman Cantor Ian Alpern Conservative (fl Minyan 7 30 m 16 p.m Sat t Sun 6 a m a 6 p m Shab>l w> Sal 8 30am Saimwi Sat 8 30 a m
HEBREW ACADEMY BETH-EL CONGREGATION 2400 Pinetree Drive. Miami Beach 532-6421 Cantor. Rabbi Solomon Schiff
TEMPLE BETH AM 5950 N Kendall Dr. S. Miami 667-6667 Dr. Herbert Baumgard. Senior Rabbi Rabbi Leonard Schoolman Frl (tSpm Creative Day School Same* oxiicalad to Rabbi Baumgard D,d Sluan. both whom ara rotinng^ Sal 11 1Sa.m B nai Mitnah Staphama Bina.i 1 Lawianca Brooaa Sotmon "Tha Buroon ol Moaaa
TEMPLE ISRAEL Of Greater Miami Miami i Ptotf^r flafami Congregation 137 NE. 19th St.. Miami. 573-5900 9990 N. Kendall Dr.. 595-5055 Senior Rabbi Haskell Bemat Assistant Rabbi Rex 0. Perimeter Cantor Rachelle F. Nelson Cantor Emeritus: Jacob G. Bomstein Director of Education: And Programming: Jack L Sparks Frt. 4 p.m.
BETH DAVID CONGREGATION 2625 S.W. 3rd Avenue 854-3911 Jack Riemer. Rabbi Robert Albert. ,-fir. Cantor 'v> Rev. Milton Freeman. Ritual Director Sal. ( a.m. Sorrtca Mlnchah al 7 *S p.m. Dally Minyan Sun. la m 4 s 30p.m. Mon t Thur*. 7-30 am i > X p m Tuoa Wad. 4 Frl 7 44 a.m. 4 4:30 p m
TEMPLE JUDEA 5500 Granada Blvd. Reform Coral Gables 667-5657 Michael B. Eisenstat. Rabbi Frt 4 p.m

BETH KODESH Conservative 1101 S.W. 12 Ave. Rabbi Max Shapiro 858-6334 Cantor Joseph Knssel Rose Berlin: Executive Secretary SmcM Monday a Thursday 'Mm Sat 445am TEMPLE KING SOLOMON 910 Lincoln Rd. Tel 534-9776 Rabbi Marvin Rose Shoshanah Raab. Cantor SarvtcaaFrt. 7:S0p.m Sat 4-30 ajn Onag Shabbat win lollow
TEMPLE MENORAH 620-75th St.. Miami Beach 33141 Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz safJJb. An Fridkis. Assoc. Rabbi Sb j Cantor Murray Yavnah SX.' Sal am Sabbathaanrtca. Dally Mlnchah Sunday Fnda, 4 a.m and 4 p.m. Sat Sam andS 15p.m
TEMPLE BETH MOSHE 2225 NE 121 St.. N. Miami. FL 33181 891-5508 Conservative Dr. Israel Jacobs. Rabbi Dr. Joseph A. Gorfinkel. (ftS\ Rabbi Emeritus \ V / Moshe Friedler. Cantor Frt 7 p m Sal S 4S a m Wa*day ao, Mon Fnlini Mon Thura 5pm Sun S 30 a m
TEMPLE NERTAMID 866-8345 7902 Carlyle Ave.. 866-9833 Miami Beach 33141 Consanativa Rabbi Eugene Labovitz ^r Cantor Edward Klein ^38*) DaHyaarv Mon Fn 4 am 4 415 p.m Sat Mmcha4t5pm Sun 4 30 am 4 4:15 p.m
TEMPLE BETH RAPHAEL 1545 Jefferson Ave.. M.B.. FL 33139 Tel. 538-4112 Cantor Nissim Benyamini Eva ton 4p m Sal t IS am SHAARAY TEFILLAH of North Miami Beach 971 Northeast 172nd St. North Miami Beach 651 1562 Yaakov Sprung
BET SHIRA CONGREGATION 7500 S.W. 120th Street 238-2601 /C-Rabbi Oavid H. Auerbach \Q) Cantor Stephen Freedman Fn Somicaatpm Sat aan 9 30am Bar Mitnah Danny Kraman SHAARE TEFILLAH OF KENDALL 232-6833 Modam Orihodo Rabbi Hershel Becker Sal 4:30 a.m. aanrlca at Tampla SamuEl 9353 W 152 In S ot N Kandaii Or
TEMPLE SINAI 18801 NE 22 Ave North Dade s Reform Congregation Ralph P Kingsley, Rabbi 932-9010 Julian I. Cook. Associate Rabbi Irving Shulkes. Cantor Barbara S. Ramsay. Administrator Frt 4 pm. Honoring graduating ntgti school asnlora. Sarvtcaa conductad by Rabbi Ralph Klngslay 4 Cantor lonng ShuRujs 4 RabN Julian I Cook Sat aan B'nal Mit/veh Evan Mahlman 4 Enn lortida Baby naming Alison Nicola Wandar
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM 538-7231 Chase A**. A 41 st St. uaavai Da LEON KMONISH. Founding Ssn*or Rabb. GARY A. OLICKSTEIN. Rabbi HARRY XXT, uaiar. Rabbi CANTON DAVID CON VISE B Frt 4:15 p.m
BETH TORAH CONSERVATIVE CONGREGATION 9477528 1051 N. Miami Beech Blvd. ^>, Dr. Max A. Llpschltz. Rabbi lf| Zvee Aroni. Cantor x-3a> Harvey L. Brown, Exec. Director Da*> Sanrtoaa Men Frt. 7:90 am 4 4 30 p.m. Sal 4Mb m 47 14pm Sam.4am 4 S 30pm TEMPLE ZION ISRAELITE CENTER 8000 Millar Or. Conservative 271-2311 ... Dr Norman N Shapiro. Rabbi fS?) Benjamin Adler. Cantor V-S-David Rosenthal, Auxiliary Cantor Minyan 7 a.m. Monday 4 Thairaday Sunday 9am Frt. 4:1s pm Sanrtcaa conductad by Dr Norman N Shapiro.
Sarmon ChaRanga 4 Raaponaa Sat am Bat Mltrrah Rarvdl WrutMa


Page 16-B The Jewish Froridian/Friday. June 12, 1987
OBITUARIES
Nathan Rapoport, Sculptor
Of Holocaust Memorials
Worldwide, Passes at 76
NEW YORK (JTA) -
Nathan Rapoport, a sculptor
whose monument to the War-
saw Ghetto Uprising is pro-
bably the best known work of
its kind, died here last Thurs-
day night of an apparent heart
attack. He was 76.
Funeral services were held
Monday at the Magen David
Adorn Blood Center in Ramat
Gan, Israel. There, his latest
work. "Brotherhood of Man."
a nine-foot-high bronze statue,
was dedicated May 7.
Rapoport received the Polish
government's Polonia
Restituta Medal for his "War
saw Ghetto Uprising" monu-
ment erected in 1948 on
Zamenhoff Street in the Polish
capital where the doomed
struggle began in 1943.
He was named Officer
d'Academie by the French
government and awarded the
Joseph Handleman Prize in the
Arts of the Jewish Academy of
Arts and Sciences in New
York. On May 12. he received
the Herbert Adams Memorial
Medal for Achievement in
American Sculpture from the
National Sculpture Society.
His work has been exhibited in
12 countries.
It includes a "Memorial to
Jewish Fighters of World War
II," erected in Paris in 1950;
"Job." at the Yad Vashem
Holocaust Memorial in
Jerusalem: "Scroll of Fire." in
the Judaean hills near
Jerusalem; "Monument to the
Six Million Jewish Martyrs."
in Philadelphia; and "Jacob
Wrestling with the Angel.*" in
Toronto
One of his recent works.
"Liberation," depicting an
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freedom, stands at Liberty
State Park in New Jersey.
Rapoport was born in War-
saw in 1911 and began to study
sculpture at the age of 14. He
survived World War II at a
labor camp in Siberia and went
to Israel in 1948. He came to
the United States in 1959 and
was naturalized in 1965. He
made his home in New York
and Ramat Gan.
B'nai Raphael
Early Childhood
Graduation
B'nai Raphael Early Educa
tion Program of Adath
Yeshurun held its Senior
graduation at the Synagogue.
Senior graduates are. Brent
Begerow, Annie Bonner, Mat-
thew Friedman, Erica
Graubart, Marshall Grodzien-
ski, Jennifer Hernandez.
Micky Hervitz, Veronica Hor-
milla, Ryna Kahn. Illsa Lieber-
man. Hillary Offenberg. Jamis
Potash. Jeffrey Robbins and
Barry Sharek. Mrs. Fran Sar-
row Kindergarten teacher.
Graduates will be attending
local public schools and
Yeshivot schools.
SC'HANTZ
(Kle.nhergl on June 9 Bora October 14.
1900 Originally from New Jersey had been
a resident of Miami Batch niter 1973 Sur
vived by ton. Lawrence, president of Tern
pie Emanu El of Miami Beach, ion Norman
of New Jersey, brother Paul Kleinberg of
New Jersey and Boca Raton Six grandsons.
1 grant grandson She wai the Custodian of
Record* for the I'nited Jewtah Appeal of
Eases County for 27 years A member of
Temple Emanu El and iU Sisterhood, and
numerous other organisations Funeral ser
vires were conducted in New Jersey on June
10 by Rabbi Irving Lehrman of Temple
Emanu El The family will receive viators
at the ruidenc* of Lawrence Schantt. 710
Lakeview Dnve. Miami Beach, starting
Thursday. June 11 at 5 p m through Sunday
June 14 In lieu of flowers, piease make
donations to Temple Emanu El. Greater
Miami Jewish Federation or Miami Jewish
Home and Hospital for the Aged
KATZ. Jack, ft, of North Miami Beach
June 8 Services were held
WI1.KINS. Anna. 92. of Miami Reach. June
7 Services and interment were held at
Mt Nebo Cemetery
SHOFRON. Sidney *W of Miami Beach.
June 9 Levitt Weinstein
I'l.ATT Sadie Rubin Zilhert
REI8B Havl. June 4
H \NKIN. Philip. 73 <>f North Miami Beach
Menorah Chapels
MKKNHEKC. Allan J (Utsd* All. of Pern
broke Pines. June 7 Levitt W-instein
SCHWARTZ. Edward. 76. June 6 Services
were held
FI.ATOW Diana, of North Miami June 2
Services held in New York
PRANK. Ruth Apte. 77. of Miami Beach
June 3 Interment at Mt Nebo Cemetery
SAEWITZ. Toby. 64. June 1 Services held
in Ne Jersey The Riverside
B1XKK. Bernard. 70 of North Miami
Beach June 2 l>e%itt Weinsuin
BRODSKY. Aaron (HarryI. S3 of Miam.
June 4 Service* were held
KKII'MAN Elian of Miami RuNn Zilbrrt
HYMOWrrZ. Helen of Miami Beach June
1 Rubin Zilbert
I.H.ETI Madeleine 7S of Miami Beach.
May 28 Interment at Star of Ilavid
Memorial Park
STOLOWILdXY C4bsb.1I .f Miami June
I Interment at Star of Hbvki Memorial
Park The Riverside
KAITMAN. Ham aft, of La.. Vegas
formerly of Miami Services held in Las
Vegas
HYAMS FV.ren.-r. Of Bal Harbour. June 7
The Riverside
LKFKOWrrZ. Max HI. of North Miami
Beach June 7 The Riverside
N'KEOELMAN. JeraM Iff, of North Miami
Beach. June 6 LavKl Weinsu in
VOILER. l-niise L of Miami Beach
Klasberg Chapri
(iARTENBERC. C.uaaw. M. uf Nona
Miami Beach Junr 4 The Riverside In
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MIRSKY Jissrph H 77 ,.f Miami June I
The Riverside
SCHOEN Morton 76 M> The
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Foreclosure Sales Public Not
Friday, June 12. 1987/The Jewish Floridian Page 17-B
ices
, THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
' DADB OOWtTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
pita Number 87 3104
Division 04
ESTATE l l
i NTJOLYN BEINFIELD
I <..
NOTICE OF
\DMINISTR\TION
,dministnition of thi
dWENDOLYN BEINFIELD
. i PUt Number 871|04, i-
H :n the < ircuit Court for
i ouotjr, Florida. Prolate
the eddrosi of which it 79
Magicr Burnt, Boon 307.
M in Florida 33130 The names
atdrsaaai of the |n
.ntative and the personal
.ntative's attorney are set
baton
All interested persons are re
to file with this OOUft,
WITHIN THREE MONTHS OF
THE F1BST PUBLICATION OF
:ill> NOTICI (II all claims
the estate and (2) an) oh
by an interested person on
his notice was served that
hallenges the validity of the will.
. ilifications of the personal
.ntative. venue, or juns.li.
the court
ILL CLAIMS AND OBJEC
n< INS NOT SO FILED WILL HE
FOREVER BARRED
Publication of this Notice has
begun on June 12. 1987
IVrsonal Representative
VICTOR H BEINFIELD
". Collins Avenue. No 633
Kal Harbour. Florida S3154
.) for Personal
K.-j-r.-senUUve:
VS avne A Cypen
OPEN A CYPEN
l'i. Bo 402099
M:rm Beach FI.on ne (305)532-3200
: June 12. 19. 1987
IN THE CIBCUIT COUBT OF
THK KLEVENTH JUDICIAL
( IR< tIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
i.ENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
"7-2137* 2
FLORIDA BAR NO: 01*448
NOTICI OP SUIT
\i .IN KOBNKj and
'.FRAI.DINE KOENIG. his wife
i' aintiffs "
I FERRER1
'lant.
!"" SARA J FERRERI
WARTMENTB
IREENWOOD
WKNTE NASHVILLE
1 NNESSEE STUM
SARAH J FERRERI.are
notified that a Not I
. been filed against >.hj. an.1
.- reo^rirod to aarvo a copy of
tnswer on Plaintiff- Ahnn
K and lieraldirw Koenig. bit
Ronald 1. Davis. P A
tt n > : r Plaintiff's, Surti I
State Bank Buildir,,
N I Miami Garden.- Drive. N>rth
in Beach, Klon.ia :UIT'.<
I I 106) Mm J.t.r.2. and lilt
' gtnal Answer .r Heading in
f the CMrt of the Or
' n t bafbro the 19 'lav
7 |f y.Hj fail t.
' b) ilefault will ha I .
' you f.ir Ihr relief .leinand
. Nod,.- (If Suit
mis NOTICE -hall.be p .
a.li week for four | l
.-ek in TDK JEWISH
K1DIAN
- 1*17
HI' HARDP BRINKER Cwrk
t ircuit l ourt
Dade Count). Florvla
"V T CASAMAYOR
Deput) Clerk
. t Court Seal)
Ma) 22. 29, June :,. 12. 1987
h-kventh circuit court
dade county. Florida
fc cam no: 87-u
IN RE The Marriage of
:>y 's EDUARD0 RUSINQI IE,
Petitioner Husband.
" ZOkUIRA RUSINQUE.
I >>n< lent/Wife
"' I-I ZOMAIRA RU8INQUE
1 'Ivguros Norte.
Bloijue 16. Apt 503
Bucaramnfra.. Santander
1 olomlmi
"''*" ***** '""Py of your Answ.-r to
"' '"titionfor Dissolution of Mar
pon GEORGE NICHOLAS.
' 611 N W ll!!h Avenue.
Florida. 33136. an.1 fiU-
"iginal ,th Court Clerk on or
' d> lllth. 1987 other* is. .
' 00! ) enter.-!

RICHARD BRISKER
Bj Barbara Rodriguez
.bine II II.26.
Jaj) 3. 1987
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
TUB ELEVENTH JUDICIAI
CIRCUIT. IS ASH FOB
DADE COUNTY. FLORID \
GENERAL
JURISDICTION
DIVISIION
CASK NO I4VSSM] ( \ os
NOTK E OF ACTION
FLAGLER FEDERAL
SAVINGS AND LOAN
0CIATION 01 MIAMI
I nited States I i rprn .
Plaintiff.
JORGE RODRIGUEZ, el al.
Dofandanti
To MARIA II RICCI J06E D
BICCI. CABMEN GOMEZ and
A NIETO, resi.ien.e an.I
whercatmut.- unknown, being
all of the members ..f the l^ast
Board of Directors of EXPI KT
MARKETING CORP
dasjorved Florida corporation,
as Trustees of *ai,i dbaorvod
corporation
JAY RICCI and M H RICCI,
residence and wherebouts
unknown. heinK all '>f the
members of the I,ast Board of
Dirocton of marine
MARKETING INTERNA
TIONAI. CHRP 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
I>ade 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
tgajror's undivided interest in
the common elements ap-
purtenant to said unit
together with the parking
*[ace assigned to said unit
has been file.) against you ami you
are required to serve a 000) of
y>ur written defenses, if any. to it
on Keith. Mack. Lewis A Allison
llaintiffs attorneys whose ad
dress is 111 NE First Street
Miami. Florida SS132, on >r before
June 19th. 1987. and file the
"nginal with the Clerk of this
Court either before service on
Haintiff s attorneys or immediate-
ly thereafter Otherwise a default
will be entered against you for the
relief demanded in the complaint
WITNESS m) hand
i Court on the 13th day of May.
: -
RICHARD P BBINKEB
clerk of the Court
B) Barbara BodhgUei
Depot) cierk
Ma> S^ 29
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT,
IN \ND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA
Case No H7-155J9 CA-24
NOTICE OF VCTION
NORWES1 FINANCIAL
\Mr Rll V IN<
Plaintiff
\ -
MABV HAWKINS .t til
Di
111 Mar) Hawaii ifk/a Mar)
Hawkins
207 Race Street
I- rera an I ria r6I40
,'.- hereb) notified that the
foregoing action t. forecJoae a
mortgage on the following deacrib
.si property in I bide Countg
Honda
I^.t Sixteen (16) in Bl''k
Thirty Eight (S8) of FIRST
ADDITION It) MYRTLE
GROVE acconling to the llat
thereof as recorded m Plat
Hook Fifty Seven (BT) at
Page Two (2) of th' Public
Re<-ords of Dado County,
Florida
also known as SS9I N W 172 Tar
race, Miami Florida S8064
You are re^uire.1 to am s nop)
of y.mr written defenaoi if any. to
and on Elliot I. Miller. Plaintiffs
attorney at 960 Arthur GodfrO)
Road. Suite 116. Miami Beach.
Florida 33140 on or before Juhj 10
1987 and file the original with the
Clerk Of This Court, olhenn-e >
default will be entered against you
for the reliet b) Haintiff
111 It- suit
mortgage
Dated tins l' daj fJuni
Richard P Brinker
H. Barlmra BodrigUM
DepUt) Clerk
15774 June It, 19. 26. 1987
NOTICE OF SALE
PI RSI ANT TO CHAPTER M
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
IMF ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
< IRCITT. IN AND FOR DADE
" "I NTY. FLORIDA
liENER \l. Jl KISDK TION
Ul\ l>Ki\
< \SE NO K6-|6(lls
-I I 10
FEDERAL NATIONAL MOR-
rGAGE IS80C1ATION. a
I nited Mate- corporation.
Plaintil
MARIANO RECTOR
SALAZAR. et al..
Defendantft)
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
U Order or Final
Judgment entered in this caae
now pending in said Court, the
I which i- indicated above, l
will -ell to the highest and beat
bidder for rash on THE SOUTH
STEPS of the Dad. County Cour-
thouse in Miami. Dade County.
Florida at II 00 o'clock AM on
the 22nd lay of June. 1987. the
following described property:
I'nit No 67-G. of WOODS LAN
DING. PHASE VIII. a Con
dominium. according to the
Declaration thereof, as recorded
in Official Records' Book 10749. at
Page 972. as amended by Amend
moot 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 the 2nd day of June.
1987.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
Clerk of Circait Coart
(Circuit Court Seal)
by Maria Sama
Deputy Clerk
Attorney for Plaintiff
Rosenthal & Yarchin. PA.
Suite 800
SOU Biscayne Boulevard
Miami. Florida 33131
Published 6/5-12
IN THE CIRCUIT (OURT
OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
CASE NO. 86-28275 (CA2I)
NOTICE OF ACTION
NEW METROPOLITAN
FEDERAL SAVINGS AND
LOAN ASSOCIATION,
Plaintiff
I -
MARIA J PARRA DEL RIEGO
B if .-he is sjive and if she is
ill of the unknown heirs
isaignueOi
lienholdera creditors, trustei
otherwise, claiming by, through.
under or against MARI \ J
PARRA DEL RIEGO B and all
ither parties having or churning
.- right, title or interest
to the foreclosure herein.
el al
1 iefendants
I" \l \KI.\ PARRA DEL RIEGO
H residence unknown, it
alivi u lead to all of the
unknown heir-, .lev:-, i
x r.. i issigneei
lienholders, creditori
' laim
ing by, through under or
, ri-t the said MARIA
PARBA DEL RIEGO B u
all other partiea having w
claiming to have an) right, ti
tie ,>r intere-1 in and to th<
propert) under foredoaun
herein
VOI ABf NOTIFIED, that ai
action to foreclose a mortgage on
the following described propert) ii
I i.i.l.- 'ount>. Florida
Lot 7. less th. Ka--t 12 feet of
v..Minis BLUEBIRD
LAKE PARK according to
the Plat thereof, ai recorded
in Plat Booh 64, al Page 116,
of the Pubh. ReoordaofDade
County, Florida
has been filel against you and you
are r.sjuir.sl to serve a copy of
your written defense* if any. 10 it
M Keith. Mack. LaWtl & Allison
Plaintiffs attorneys, whoaa ad
i 111 NJ 1st Street,
Miami. Florida SS182, on or before
July 17. 1987 and file the original
with the Clerk of this Court either
before larrice on Plaintiffs at
torneyi or imm.sliately thereafter
otherwiee, a default will ( anterad
against you for the relief demand
.-I in the complaint
WITNESS m) hand and -
this Court on the 'lay of June
RICHARD 1' BRINKER
Clerk ol thi I ui
B) BARBARA RODBIGI EZ
Deput) Cl.rk
Wvt-ionr
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAI.
CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERAL
JURISDICTION
DIVISIION
i kSE NO. 80-51072 Oil
NOTICE OF A< TION
FLAGLER FEDEBAI
8A\ INGS AND l.o.AN
VSSOCI \TK>\ OF MIAMI, i
I lllt.sl State- I rp '
Plaintiff
v -
\MAVR.A G I.OPEZ. et al .
Defendant-
TO AMAYRAG LOPEZ former
ly known as Amayra < Couto.
individually, and as Trustee for
IVAN J. 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 G
LOPEZ formerly known as
Amayra G Couto. individually.
and as Trustee for IVAN J
COUTO; IVAN J COUTO. in
lividually; and GUILLERMO
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
dominium thereof, filed for
record July 13. 1977, under
Clerks 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
dress is in N.E. 1st Street,
Miami. Florida SS1SZ, on or before
June 19th. 1987, and file the
original with the Clerk of this
Court either In-fore .service on
Plaintiffs attorneys or immediate
ly thereafter, otherwise, a Default
will be entered against you for the
relief demanded in the CompLunt
WITNESS my hand and seal of
this Court on the 12th day of May
1987
RICHARD P. BRINKER
Clerk of the Court
B) Barbara Rodriguez
Deput) Clerk
15726 May 22,29
JuneS, 12, 1987
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAI.
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
Civil Action
No. 87-21998(26)
FL BAR NO, 604437
IN RE THE MARRIAGE OF
FRANCINE II SCURRY
i-
ROBERTC SCURRY
Huaband
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO Robert C Scurrj
(Addreaa unknown)
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that a
petition for dissolution of marriage
has been filed against you b) rour
wife and you are required to file a
copy of your written defenses, if
any. with the clerk of this court,
with a copy to your wife's at
torney, Jack Werner. Esq. 1850
NE 190 Terr N Miami Beach.
PL SS179, on or before July 10th.
1987. or a default will he entered
against you for the relief demand
.d in this petition.
Dated. June 4th 1987
RICHARD P BRISKER
As Clerk of Said Court
By: Barbara Rodriguez
As Depot) Clerk
15779 June 12,19.26
Julvo. 1987
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the un.lersign.-d. desiring to
engage in business under the He
him-ii- name Cash For ("hex m
lends to register -ifl MUM with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
ounty, Florida
Shervl Newman
M.,> 22, 29;
-June .MI, 1987
NOTICE I NDEH
FICTITIOI S NAME LAW
: II E IS HEREBY GIVEN
that thi ring to
engagi he fir
.
H LEASING n
. n the i
''
said nan..- with the Clerk thi
1 .- id. I
Florida
Dated il Mia la this itl
da) June, 198 i
F1GUEREDO SOI 111 INI
B\ Francisi o Figueredo,
I'r.'-ident
1601 S W 107th Avenue
Miami. Florida 33134
SHEA & GOULD
Attorney for Applicant
I'M I. M MARMISII PA
I 128 Unckell Avenue. Suite 700
Miami Florida 33131
16783 June 12, 19, 26;
July:!. 1987
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITKHS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, desiring to
engage in business under the fie
titious name MIAMI MEDICAL
SUPPLY at 7108 SW 47th Street,
Miami. Florida intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County.
Honda
MIAMI MEDICAL
ELECTRONICS, INC
7108 SW 47th Street
Miami. Florida 33155
15784 June 12. 19. 26,
^^^ July 3. 1987
IN THE CIRCUIT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
GENERAL
JURISDICTION
DIVISION
CASE NO. 87-25002(11)
NOTICE OF ACTION
GMAC MORTGAGE CORPORA
TION OF PA. f/k/a COLONIAL.
MORTGAGE SERVICE
COMPANY.
Plaintiff
vs
CYNTHIA BUTLER, at al..
Defendants.
TOROSS B KBNZIE, ai nrrh
ing Director/Trustee of Steed
Mortgage Company a dissolv
*ii Florida Corporation
545 Main Street
Buffalo. New York
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an
action for Foreclosure of Mortgage
on the following described
propert)
l.ot 24, Block A. LESLIE
ESTATES SECTION I ac-
cording to the Plat thereof.
x- recorded in Plat B.>k 93,
Page 64, of the Public
Records of Dade County,
Florida
has been filial against you and you
are r.i|uired to serve a COD) of
your written defenses, if any ',, it
on Stuart II Gitlilt/. Attorney for
Plaintiff, whose addreaa is Suit.-
1!I4. 1570 Madniga \w Coral
' iables. Florida. 331 l,; Ml or before
July 17 I'.1K7 and file the original
with the Clerk of this Court either
before service on Plaintiff- at
torney or immediately thereafter
otherwise a default will lie entered
against you for the relief demand
*-d in the complaint
WITNESS m) hand and the seal of
thi.- Court this 9th dav of June
1987
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk of the Court
B) E Seidl
Al Deput) Clerk
15790 "June 12, 19,26;
Jul) :t. 1987
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, desiring to
engage in business under the fie
litmus names of Development
Assistance Group, Dominion Ap-
praisal Services. Dominion Mor
tgage Corp South; Dominion
Management Services, Dominion
Mortgage Corporation, Dominion
Insurance, Dominion l.and & Title,
Dominion Construction Corp ,
IVomimon Export Company at
1000 Ponce de I-eon Boulevard.
Coral Gables. Florida 33134 intend
to register said names with the
t lerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
DOMINION COMPANIES. INC
By Howard R Downes. President
Bruce M B.nko. Bag,
I \w OFFICES OF
BRUCE M BOIKO
Attorneys for Dominion Com
panics. In.-
Iimhi Ponce D- Leon Blvd
Coral Cables, Florida 33134
f306) 445-6454
1STM *TBnfirT2. 19. 2fi. 197
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
\M> FOR DADE(OUNTY
< roll \rtion No B7-25127 08
WTION eor DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE THE MARRIAGE OF
JULIA RIVERON
Petitioner/Wife,
and
Jl AN RAIL RIVERON
GONZALEZ,
Respondent/Husband.
TO: JUAN RAIL RIVERON
GONZALEZ
Cerrada No y e'Vigia
y San Ramon
Havana. Culw
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 LUIS
VTDAL. ESO, attorney for Peti-
tioner, whose address is 1840 West
49th Street. Suite 105. Hiaieah.
Florida, and file the original with
the clerk of the above styled court
on or before July 17, 1987; other
wise a default will be entered
against you for the relief demand
ed in the complaint or petition.
This notice shall be published
once each week for four con-
secutive weeks in THE JEWISH
FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of said court at Miami, Florida on
this 9 day of June. 1987
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By T CASAMAYOR
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
LUIS VIDAL. ESQ.
1840 West 49th Street. Suite 105
Hiaieah. Florida
Attorney for Petitioner
15788 June 12. 19. 26;
July 3. 1987
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. 87-2512S (19)
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN BE: THE MARRIAGE OF
YADIRA I.OAIZA.
Petitioner/Wife,
and
CARLOS RODRIGUEZ
RET.AN \
Respondent Husband.
TO Carlo- Kodriguez-Rclana
Apartado No 4806 1000
San lo.se. Costa Rica
YOU ARK HEREBY NOTI
FIED thai an action for Riannln
tioti of Marriage has beet) Sad
gains) you and you arc required
to serve a COD) of your written
defenses, if any. to it on LUIS
VIDAL. ESQ., attorney for Peti
tioner. whose address is 1840 West
4!th Street, Suite 106, Hiaieah
Florida, and file the original with
the clerk of th.- above styled court
on or before July 17. 1987; other
wise a default will he enter.-.!
against you for the relief demand
ed in thi- complaint or petition
This notice shall be published
once each w.s-k for four con
secutive weeks in THE JEWISH
FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the seal
ol -aid COUII at Miami, Florida on
this^th day of June. 1987
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Daiie County, Florida
By: T Casamayor
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
LUIS VIDAL. ESQ.
1840 West 4;h Street
Suite 105
Hiaieah. Honda 33012
Attorney for Petitioner
15789 June 12. ly. 2*
July 3. 1987
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undcrsigni'd. desiring to
engage in business under the Be
titious name Archie's at .r>HMi SU
78 Street, Miami FL :i i:i intends
to register said name with th.
'lerk of the Circuit Court of Dad.
ount\ Florida
Flamingo. Inc.
S> (hadroff
Attorn. \ t,,r Cafe Flamingo. In,-
16788 June 12, in. lv,
July 3. 1987


Pane 18-B The Jewish Kloridian/Friday. June 12. 1987
Foreclosure Sales Public Notices
in the cncurrourtor
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN
AND FOB DADE COUNT!
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
CASE NO. 87-208M CA-24
NOTICE OF ACTION
SHADOW LAWN SAVINGS
\M> LOAN ASSOCIATION,
PlainUff
H
EUGENE C SMITH
ft ux .
I *efc ndants
TO El GEN1 I SMITH
and ROSALIA SMITH
his wife
J \ illage Court
Elgin. DMnoatOlZO
VOL ARE NOTIFIED that an
action for Foreclosure of Mortgage
on the following described
property
Lot 10. in Block >. "f PARK
VILLAS TOWNHOUSB9
SECTION TWO. according
to the Plat thereof, as record
ed in Plat Book 109. at Page
68. of the Public Record* of
Dad* County. Florida
has been filed against you and you
arc required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any, to it.
on Sheppard Fsber. Attorney for
Plaintiff, whose address is Suite
214. 1570 Madruga Avenue. Coral
Cables, Florida, 33146 on or before
June 26. 1967 and file the original
with the Clerk of this Court either
before service on Plaintiffs at
torney or immediately thereafter,
otherwise a default will be entered
against you for the relief demand-
ed in the complaint
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of this Court this 22 day of May,
1987
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk of the Court
By BARBARA RODRIGt'EZ
As Deputy Clerk
15756 Mav 29: June 5. 12. 19. 1987
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OP FLORIDA. IN
AND rOR DADE COUNTY
CASE NO. 87-318M (251
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE FOR DISSOLUTION
Or MARRIAGE
IN RE The Marriage of
OLGA MEJ1A. a/k/a
OLGA RIVERA RIVERA
Petitioner.
and
CESAR O MEJIA
Respondent
TO CESAR O MEJIA
Bam.' San Ramon
8 y 9 Calle. 6 Avemda
CaaaNo 967
Puerto Cortes Honduras
YOU ARE HEREBY
NOTIFIED that a Petition for
Dissolution of your Marriage has
been filed and commenced in this
Court and you are required to
serve a copy of your written
defenses, if any. to it. on CARLOS
M MENDEZ, ESO. Attorney for
Petitioner, whose address is 200
West 49th Street Hialeah. Florida
33012. and file the original with
the Clerk of the styled Court on or
twfore June 26. 1987. otherwise a
default will be entered against you
for the relief prayed for in the com
plaint or petition
This notice shall be published
once each week, for 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. Honda
By T CASAMAYOR
As Deputy Clark
< 'ARM'S M MENDEZ. Eaq
200 West 49th Street
Hialeah. Florida 33012
Attorney for Petitoner
15738 May 22. 29. June 5. 12. 1987
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, desiring to
engage in Isaansss under the ftc
UUous name HOTEL PROMO
TION SERVICES at 7330 N W
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. INK
VEGA AND PEREZ
Attorneys for Hotel Management
and Marketing. Inc
15751 May 2*
June5. 12. 19. 1987
NOTICE Or SALE
PURSUANT TO CHAPTER 45
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
CASE NO. H4-4640*
SEC 05
STATEWIDE SAVINGS AND
LOAN ASSOCIATION, a New
Jerser saiings and loan associa-
tion fa a THE FIRST SAVINGS
AMI LOAN ASSOCIATION OV
JERSEY CUT. NEW JERSEY.
Plaintiff!*!
THE ESTATE OF EFF1E
ARLINE a/k/a EFFIE ARLINE
MORRIS, deceased, et al..
I S-f.-ti.Untl s I
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
pursuant to an < >rd'r or Final
Judgment entered in this case
now pending in said Court, the
-:\l.' af which is indicated above. I
will sell to the highest and best
tmider for cash on THE SOITH
STEPS of the Hade County-Cour-
thouse in Miami, Dade County.
Florida at 11 00 o'clock AM on
the 22nd day of Juae. 1987. the
fellewiag described property:
Lot 21. Block 22. of FLORAL
PARK, according to the First
Amended Plat thereof, as record-
ed in Plat Book 8. at Page 5. of
the Public Records of Dade Coun-
ty. Florida, a/k/a Lot 21. Block
22. of FLORAL PARK, according
to the Plat thereof, as recorded in
Plat Book 8. at Page 5. of the
Public Records of Dade County.
Florida
DATED the lad day of Jaae.
1967.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
Clerk of Cirrait Court
(Circuit Court Seal)
* Maria Sam.
Deputy Clerk
Attorney for Plaintiff
Rosenthal A Yarchin. PA
Suite 800
3050 Biscayne Boulevard
Miami. Florida 33137
Published* 5-12
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
CASE NO. 87-1646
SEC 08
STOCKTON. WHATLEY.
DAVIN A COMPANY, s Fionas
rorporatioa.
llainUfftsl
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
Kile Nasaber 87-31 IS
Diviaioa(Ol)
IN RE ESTATE OF
ELIZABETH CALU.ER
I hwaaed
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING
CLAIMS or DIMAN08
AGAINST THE ABOVE
ESTATE AND ALL OTHER
PERSONS INTERESTED IN
THE ESTATE
YOU ARE HEREBY NOT!
FIED that the administration of
the eaUU of ELIZABETH
(AUGER JiCiaaid. File Number
91 SI IS, is pending in the Circuit
Court for Ihule CotHg*, Flornla.
I'rotate Division, the address of
which is Tl West FTagicr Street.
Miami. Florida 33130 The per
sonal representative of the estate
is Raul Vaides, whose address is
6918 N I M Avenue. Miami.
Florida 33138 The name and ad
dress of the personal rcpresen
taUve's attorney are set forth
heiow
All persons having claims or
demands against the estate are re
quired. WITHIN THREE MON-
THS FROM THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE, to file with the clerk of
the above court a written state-
ment of any claim or demand they
may have. Each daim must be in
writing and must indicate the basis
for the claim, the name and ad-
dress of the creditor or his agent or
attorney, and the amount churned
If the daim is not yet due. the date
when it will become due shall be
stated If the claim is contingent or
unliquidated the nature of the
uncertainty shall be stated. If the
claim is secured the security shall
be described The claimant shall
deliver sufficient copies of the
daim to the clerk to enable the
clerk to mail one copy to each per
sonal representative
All persons interested in the
estate to whom a copy of this
Notice of Administration has been
mailed are required. WITHIN
THREE MONTHS FROM THE
DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE, to file any objections
they may have that challenge the
validity of the decedent's will, the
qualifications of the personal
representative, or the venue or
jurisdiction of the court
ALL CLAIMS. DEMANDS
AND OBJECTIONS NOT SO EIL
ED WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED
Date of the first publication of
this Notice of Administration
June 12. 1987
RAIL VALUES
As Perstmal Representative
of the Estate of
ELIZABETH CALMER
Increased
MARIE CELIE MOLEON aad -
MOLEON. her husband, if
married et al..
Defendant!*)
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN SILVER A SILVER
pursuant to an Order or Final By Max R Silver
Judgment entered in this case
now pending in said Court, the
style of which is indicated above. I
will sell u> the highest and best
bidder for cash on THE SOUTH
STEPS of the Dade County Cour-
thouse in Miami. Dade County.
Florida at 11 00 o clock AM on
the 22ad day of Jaae. 1M7. the
followiag described property.
Ix>t 16. in Block 2. of CUTLER
.KEEK CLUB SECTION ONE.
according U> the Plat thereof, as
ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL
REPRESENTATIVE
Suite 1326
150 S E 2nd Avenue
Miami Florida 33131
Telephone (306) 374-48H*
15775 June 12. IS, 19K7
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
"NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, desiring to
engage in business under the fie
recorded in Mat Book 114. at Page UUous name Midirtiom intends to
.'to of the Public Records of Dade register said name with the Clerk
(-ounty. Florida I "' ne Circuit Court of Dade Coun
DATED Use 2nd day of June. ty. Florida
1*87. I
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk of Circuit Court
(Circuit Court Seal)
ay Maria Sama
Deputy Clerk
Attoraey for Plaintiff
Rosenthal A Yarchin. P A
Suite 800
3050 Biscayne Boulevard
Miami. Florida 33137
Published 6 5-12
NOTICE UNDER
FMTITIOI S NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, deainng to,
engage in bus in ass under the fir-'
uuous name LEJEUNE TIRE at I
1350 N W Leyeune Rd Miami.
Florida intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida
G R TIRE No 1. Corp
ARMANDO GUTIERREZ
ESQUIRE
Attorney for
G R TIRE No 1 Corp
2153 Coral Way. Suite 400. Miami.
Florida 33145
15725 May 22. 29; June 5. 12. 1987
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT COURT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
CASE NO. 86-44678 CA 22
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
PROPERTY
Florida Bar No. 316271
NEW METROPOLITAN
FEDERAL SAVINGS AND
MIAN ASSOCIATION
PlainUff.
vs.
INTERNACIONAl. I>E
INVERSIONES
CORPORATION, et al .
IVfendanU
TO JOSE A VASyUEZ. the only
member of the last Board of
Directors of INTERNA
CI0NAL DE INVER
SIONES CORPORATION, s
dissolved Florida corporation,
as Trustee of said dissolved
corporation
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 PlainUff and which
said unknown parties may claim
assigns successors in interest,
trustees or other parties claim
ing by. through, under or against
JOSE A. VASQl'EZ. the only
member of the last Board of
Directors of INTERNACIONAL
DE INVERSIONES CORPORA
TION. a dissolved Florida cor
poratton. as Trustee of said
dissolved corporation.
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an
action to foreclose a mortgage on
the following property in Dade
County. Florida, to wit:
LOT 4. BLOCK 8. UNIVER-
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 written defenses, if any. to it
on ROBERT A COHEN ES
QUIRE. Plaintiffs attorney,
whose address n KEITH. MACK
LEWIS* ALLISON, ill N E 1st
Street. Miami Florida 33132. on
or before June 26. 1987. and file
the original with the Clerk of this
Court either before service upon
PlainUff 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 on this 22 day of May
1987
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk of the Court
BY BARBARA RODRIGUEZ
15756 May 29. June 5. 12. 19. 1987
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, deainng to
,-ngage in business under the fir
UUous name A Able Moving A
Suirage. Inc at 12555 SW 130
Street. Miami. Fl intends u>
register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade Coun
ty. Florida
A 1 AA Moving A St.-ragr Inc
Marvin I Moss. P A
Attorney for A 1 AA Moving and
Storage. Inc
15741
May 29.
June 5. 12. 19. 1987
Jorge Lope*. President
15758 May 29. June 5. 12. 19. 1987
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, deainng to
engage in business under the fir
UUous name PEDRO ROOFING at
1801 S W 140 Ave Miami Ffav
33175 intends to register awd
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida
PEDRO PERERA
1801 SW 140 Ave
Miami. Fla 33175
15753 May 29.
June 5. 12. 19. 1987
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, deainng to
engage in business under the fie
UUous name Walky Sports at 303
E Flagtcr St Miami. Fla 33132
intends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida.
Valty Beigel President
Elva Sports. Inc
303 E Ftagiar St
Miami. Fla. 33132
15743 May
June 5. 12. 19. 1987
NOTICE UNDER
riCTTTIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, deainng toj
engage in business under the fir i
litmus 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
FICTmUB NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, deainng to
engage in buwnssa under the fir-
uuous name Ecuatonal Tropical
Fish at 18525 NW 79 Ct Miami. FL
33016 intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida
Madeleine Gonaalet
(Writer
15731 May 22. 29. June 5. 12. 1987
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERAL
JURISDICTION
DIVISION
CASE NO. 87-24225 (23)
Fla. Bar No. 275530
NOTICE OF ACTION
BRYAN PATRICK DAY and
KATHLEEN S DAY his wif.
Plaintiffs
vs
MARGARET N MrRAE and E 1.
McRAI her huslouid. if they are
living, and if they are .lead, all of
the unknown heirs. OwvIm
grantee- assignee-.. ln-nho|,i,r
I n-lilor- IfuaanH, or otherwise
i-Uuming by. through, under or
against said MARGARET N
MrRAE and I I. MrRAE her
husband, and all other parties hav-
ing or claiming to have any rights.
Utle or interest in and to the pro-
perty herein.
Defendants
TO MARGARET N MrRAE and
E I. MrRAE her husband,
residence unknown, if living
and if dead, to all parties
claiming interest by. through
under or against the said
MARGARET N McRAE and
E L McRAE. her husband,
and all other parties havitig I >
claiming to have any right, ti
tie. or interest in the property
herein desenbed
YOU ARE NOT! Fl E D that a com
plaint for reformation of a deed to
North 188 63 fort of the
south 565 89 feet of the
following property. The east
130 fort of the west W of the
east W of the southwest of
the northwest of section
13. township 55 south, range
40 east, lying south of the
center line of Chapman FVId
Drive and the east 130 feet of
the west ". northeast V nor
thweat V of the southwest '
of section 13. township 56
south, range 40 east, and the
east "i of the northeast V of
the northwest southwest ;- of section 13.
township 55 south, range 40
east, and the north 58 feet of
the east 130 feet of the west
W of the southeast of the
northwest of the
Miuthwest ** of secton 13
township 56 south, range 40
east, and the north 58 feet of
the east "i of the southeast Vj
of the northwest of the
southwest V section 13.
township 56 south range 40
east
ias been filed in the Circuit Court
of the 11th Judicial Circuit In and
For Dade County. F'tonda. and you
are required to serve a ropy >f
your written defenses, if any. to it
on Michael P liable. Esq.. plain
tiffs attorney whose address is
Keith. Mack. l-cwis A Allison. Ill
N E F"irst Street Fifth Floor
Miami Florida MM OS Of before
July 10. 1987. ami file the original
ith the clerk of this court either
hefore service .n plaintiffs at
torney or immediately thereafter,
otherwise s default will he entered
against you for the relief demand
ed in the complaint
Dated June 3. 1987
Richard P Bnnker
Clerk of Curt
By E Seidl
Deputy Clerk
June 12 II M
July 3. 1987
HTM
ELEVENTH CIRCUIT COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
CASE NO 87-10044 (20)
IN RE The Marriage of:
ALFREDS CLAUDION. a/k/a
CIAUDION ALFREIS
Petitioner,
and
VERA ANN CLAUDION.
a/k/a
VERA ANN ROBINSON
ALFREDS
Respondent
TO VERA ANN CLAUDION.
a/k/a
VERA ANN
ROBINSON ALFREIS
Residence unknown,
you shall serve copy of your
Answer to the PeUUon for Dtasoni
Uon of Marriage upon GEORGE
NICHOLAS. Attorney. 612 Nor
thweat 12th Ave Miami. Flonda.
33136. and file original with Court
Clerk on or before July 10th. 1987.
otherwise a default will he entered
June 4th. 1987
RICHARD BRINKER
BY Barbara Rodnguei
15777 June 12. 19.26
July 3. 1987
NOTICE Or ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVK r
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT! ill KT OF
THE ELEVENTH Ji DICIAI
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA I\
AND FOR DADE COUNT!
Civil Artioa No. 87-22273 (it
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE THE MARRIAGE Of
MARCO ANTONIO
CONSENTING
Petition, r I! .
i r.. 1
NII.UA CHAVIANO
CONSENTING
RaOHndcnt/Wifc
TO NII.D.A CHAVIANO
I ONSENTINO
RESIDENI r NKNOWN
Y o I A R E H E R I
NOTIFIED thai u id
Dissolution of M:.r' ,.-, ....
filed against you U I
quired to lorn rwnl
ten defenses, if u .
DAVIDS BERGEri ittorm -
PeUUoner. whom iddreM \
1707. loi N Biscayrti
Miami. FL BUS ind s
original with th.
styled court on ..r bj '. n lune Jii
1987. otherwise a dofault *
enured against you for the relief
liemanded in the cotnpkuj I r
peUUon
This noUce shall be (ut-tisned
once each week for four
secuuve weeks in THE JEWISH
FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the ea)
of said court at Miami Ftondl >n
this 21 day of Mav l'.'7
RICHARD P BRINKKR
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By JOHN BRANDA
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
DAVIDS BEKCKR
100 N Biscayne Bftd No 1701
Miami. FL 33132
Telephone (305) 371 4555
Attorney for PeUtioner
15744 May 29. June'. 1.' 19 1981
IN THE CIRCUIT (OIRT
OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
CASE NO. 86-52285 CA 15
NOTICE OF ACTION n
NEW METROPOLITAN
FEDERAL SAVINGS AND
U)AN ASSOCIATION
PlainUff
Vs
08VALD0 I' CASTILLO
is alive and if
the unknown heir lenseel
grantees, assignee
creditors, trusu-e- I iherwM
claiming by Ihl .
against 08VALD0 I
CASTILLO et al
Defendant*
To OBVALDO I' as:
residence mkl
and if doad I I
unknown h<
grantee* >- ."'
ilonaoldon
trustees or 41 mm
ing by. thn-ugf
against the ai.t "-' Al.l'1'
CASTILLO and ail tnrrpar
ties having
have any nghl Hue or :r
tercet in and
under tofcfcwm ''
YOI" ARE NOTiriEl -"<
.-t>..n to forevi. -
the following dot "'
Dade County r"1ond*
Condominium Unit N
of KINGS CREST CON
DOMINIUM. nceorAnf,
the Declarator.
domimum thereof I
ed in Official Rev r 1- B *
10214. at Page MS < *>
Public Records of Dad. I -un-
ty Florida. s stm"'*!
tugwther with an und.-
mterest in the eom0"
elements sppurtcn.nt
tfirrftn
has been filed sgainst you *nd T
are roqiured to serve W *
your wntten defenses, if sny-^t
on Korth. Mack. Le*> */^
PuunUfT. attorney.. *%?
drsaa is 111 NE 1" "J*
rth the Clerk of thij, 'f''^
brfore servKe 00 ****\
tornrys or immedisteK t"**^
.Xw^e.sdef^t^ll^^
against you for the relief d"^""
ed in the complaint ^j
WITNESS my hnn.lndf
oftttoGoWtonutoSl dW-*r.
"*7KICHARD P BWNKE-
Clerk of the Court
By-BARBARA R0lR''lf/
fl 15740 May 29. June H


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Foreclosure Sales Public Notices
Friday, June 12, 1987/The Jewish Floridian Page 19-B
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NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IV THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No. 87-22003
M TION FOR DISSOLUTION
OK MARRIAGE
l\ KE I HE MARRIAGE OF
WIRE ANNELI ANGEU8
rier.
i uNSTANTINE ANASTASIO
i.is
i I.TlI
Mr CONSTANTWE
\NASTASI<> ANGELIS
Bucd,
.'..- Mam Street
, *. i.
\, a leraej 070668311
IRE HEREBY N<>TI
OKI' thai an action for Diaeolu
M ,-riage has 1-een filed
and you an' required
; \ of your i
u i to it on EDWIN
All.LINGER, attorn. .
w\ DM address is
209 Lincoln Drexel
1666 Dnnl Avenue.
M i Beach Florida 88189 u I
nginal with the dark of
,-.. ttyled Court oh or before
!"th. 1987. Utbwwhnl a
It-fault ill !* entered agair
rebel demanded in the com
r petit
iction shall lie published
, *.-?, for four consecutive
..... ; n the JEWISH
'IAN
S K SS my hand ami th- seal
1 'ourt at Miami, Florida on
" ia\ of June. 1987
HARD P BROKER
i- i Jerk. Cirruit Court
. Barbara Rodriguez
\ DaOUt) Clerk
I ourt Seal!
'. \ wiu.lNGER.
me) f.r 1'i-tjtionrr
I I>rexel Building
Beach. Florida 88189
- 6756
June 12. 19 86
July 3. 1987
NOTICE OF ACTION
I "INSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
i IK( I IT OF FLORIDA. IN
LVD FOR DADE COUNTY'
< oil Artioa No. 87-23300
I WIII.Y DIVISION 21
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
Rr
Marriage of
S \ PELAJH

i EDI Akl-i
lent
ONIO EDUARDO
RIGI BZ
B .-
KB ING
Martii Di Porrai
. Peru
Mir HEREBY NOTl
petition for Dtaaola
IgO DM been fii.
-I in this court and you
Narva a eon
a tu Wenses. if any. to it
KELVIN J tSHER ESQ. at
- Petitiooar, whose ad
- > South Ravshore Drive
Miami. FL 33131. and
"k-nai with tht- dark of
.I.-1 ooorl on or before
187 otherwise a default
lend against you for the
' for in the i-ompUint
' -
WITS E SS my hand and the seal
Jft at Miami. Elonda on
' >iav of May, 1987
Hit HARD P BRISKER
\- Clark, Circuit Court
Ihvie County, Florida
BJ John H ran.la
A Deputy Clerk
WtUlt Court Seal I
June 5. 12. 19.26 1987
NOTUEUNDER
HtTITIOUS NAME LAW
E IS HEREBY GIVEN
"designed, desiring to
-mess under the fie
Professional Travel
' 8988 Alu.n Road
i 88140 totandi to
: name with tht- I
l ourt of Dado Coun
' .tiorialTr,
berg
I
; ais9

>al Travel
June12 :
I !<-..
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. 87-24431 (05)
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
Of MARRIAGE
IN RE THE MARRIAGE OF
BRESULIANE IMBRESENA
TARVER
Petitioner W fi
and
JAMES E TARVER
i.
To JAMES E rARVER
RESIDENCE i N'KNOWN
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTl
l- IED thai an action for Diaeolu
A Marriage haa been filed
required
u
o ,i ,, DAVIDS
BERGER, attome) for Petit
Mi
Blvd. N v ui | :
nginal with tht ert
ii- ..
'- I July 10, I -. therwiae i
default will be entered igainat) ,
forth,, relief dernanded in th<
plaint or petition
hall i- pub
once each a-eek for f.,Ur i-on
r weet THE Jewish
FLORIDIAN
WITNESS m> hand ,
of aaid court at Miami Floe
-lav "f Jut 1987
RICHARD P BRINKER
Ai Clark Circuit Court
Da County, Florida
Bj E SMdl
\- Deput) lark
Dt Court Seail
DAVIDS BERGER
100 N Biacayne Blvd No 1707
Miami. FL 88132
Attorna} for Petitioner
"'"so June 12, 19, 86;
JuryS. I9C "
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
DADE COUNTY, F'LORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 87-2880
Division 04
in RE ESTATE OF
BEN E WARNER

I laoaaaed
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
The administration of th,- estate
of HEN E W vRNER lacaaaad
File Number M pending it
irt for Dade i 'ounty,
Florida. Prohate Ihvision th,' ail
ai Weal Flayer
Miami FL 88130 The
*t.nal ind the pel
tonal repreeentative's attorn, in
et I ba
v -, -.. ire re
|Uire WITHIN THREE MONTHS OF
rHI FIRS1 l" BLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE (1) .UI .-bums
'. the aatati u I (1 anj ob
(action by an interested pan
whom this notice was served that
rhattingi rattdity of the will,
the quahficationa of the pei
rapraaaDtative venue, or juriadk
uon of the court
ALL CLAIMS AND OBJEC
riONS NOT SO FILED WILL BE
FOREVER BARRED
Publication of this Notice has
begun OB June 5 1*87
Paraonal Repreaantative
THEODORE R NELSON. ESQ
! 188 Kane Concourse
Hay Harbor Islands FL 88154
Attorney for Personal
Representative
NELSON I FELDMAN, PA
1135 Kane Concourse
Bay Harbor Islands. FL 33154
Telephone 8684716
15770 June 5, 12. 1987
NOTICE UNDER
FKTIOIIS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN
that the underside.! daairmg ti
,-in^me in buainaai under the nc
titious narm- Laat Tang I '' '
\ -r.ue. Miami
Fla 88141 ntand
ragiatat aaid name with the t'lt-rk
,.f th,- CvcuH Court I DadeCoun
tj Florida
Miami M.-'fi i '-at* In*
A !
Paul hoitm \
Kwitnej Kro t
P \
I
Mia
Miami Mooi
M
IN THE CIRCl IT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERAL
JURISDICTION
DIVISION
CaaeNo. 87-12516 CA 06
NOTICE OF ACTION
FEDERAL NATIONAL MOR
TGAGE ASSOCIATION
States corporation.
Plaintiff.
niUtl
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA
IN AND FOR DADE (OUNTY
GENERAL
JURISDICTION
DIVISION
CASE NO. 87-12875 CA 21
NOTICE OF ACTION
SAN JACINTO SAVINGS
ASSOCIATION
Plaintiff
KATHLEEN DALTON. a/k/a
KATHLEEN DALTON
GRONBERG a/k KATHLEEN
DALTON CASPER, el al .
IL fen i..
TO KATHLEEN DALTON.aA/a
KATHLEEN DALTON
GRONBERG, a k'a
KATHLEEN DALTON
1 \SPER
N W 62nd Court
; r 8011
VOI ARE NOTIFIED that an
action for ForecJoeure of Mor
tagage on the following deacribed
property
UNIT 403 So\ VIDA con
DOMINIL'M. ACCORDING
TO THE DECLARATION
"I CONDOMINIUM
rHEREOF, AS RKt oRD
ED I N OFFICIAL
RECORDS BOOK 9466 AT
PAGE 1820 OF THE
PUBLIC RECORDS OF
D A D E C 0 I N T Y
FLORIDA TOGETHER
W ITU A I. I. A P
IT R T E N A N C E 8
THERETO. INCH dim;
AN UNDIVIDED IN-
TEREST IN THE COMMON
ELEMENTS OP SAID
CONDOMINIUM
has been filed against ami you are
required to serve a copy of your
written defenses, if any. to it. on
Sheppard Faber. Attorn,> for
Plaintiff whose .nldrtss is Suite
i 1670 Madruga Avenue Coral
Gables. Florida, 14* on or before
June L'rtth, 1987, and file the
original with the Clerk of this
Court either before servuv on
Plaintiffs attorney or immediately
thereafter; otherwise a default will
if entered against you for the
lemanded in the complaint
WITNESS mj hand and the seal of
tha Curt this 20th .lay of May.
1987
RICHARD P BRINKER
\ Clerk of the Court
By Hartura R.-inguei
As Deput) Clerk
15742 Ma) 29;
June.". 18, 19 1987
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(Propertv)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
Civil Wtion No 87-3532
ICTION FOR FORECLOSURE
OF MORTGAGE
EQUITABLE HANK N A
! EONARD DESIR
Defend u I
PO I EONARD DESIR
Pri lence I Inknoum
Laat \ i-ir.---
1871 i S.V1 I6tl Avenui
Miami. Flor b
y O 1 \ R E HEREBY
NOTIFIED that an action to
foredoae i mortgage on the lotto*
ing propert) in llade County,
Florida, to wit
Lot 1 Block I, RiK'KMiHiR
VIUA TRACT, according to
tha I'lat thereof, a- r,vord in Plat B...k 4. Page 188 of
the Public Records of I>ade
( ounty Honda
has been filfl againat you and you
are requireti |0 serve a COD) of
your written defenses, if any, to
Silver & Silver Attorney for the
Plaintiff whose address is: 150
S E 2nd Avenue. Suite I8S6,
Miami. Florida $8181, and file the
original with the Clerk of the
abovt Itytad Court on or before Ju
I) t 1^87. otherwise a default will
l. entered against you for the
relief demanded in the Complaint
Tins notice shall published
each v.fk for four ron
aaaitiva areaki in THE JEWISH
FLORIDIAN
WITNESS n > hand and tl
of aaid court at Miami. Flor
this May. 1987
RICHARD P BRINKER
\. c ui Court
la
H BARBARA RODRIGI E2
\ Deput
Ira S
T.'l.-; '
for R A F Bu
1131 Enterpriw
JOHN W WARREN, IK a/k .
JOHN WILSON WARREN, JR
ami the unknown ipouee, heirs.
wviaaoi, granteei craditora, ir
ither parties claiming by, through,
under or igi n'. him.
CHRISTINE warren Ma
CHRISTINE K WARREN
TRAVELERS INSURANCE
1 OMPAhn i Connecticut cor
poration SCOTT C DONAI S
PRISCILLA I. DONALS and II.
EANA MARTINEZ
Defendai I
TO: John W Warren. ,lr | h ,
John Wilson Warren, .Ir
whoae reaidenoa is unknown.
and the unknown partial who
may be spouses, heirs
doviiasi, grantee-. aaaigneei
henors. craditora, trustee!
and all parties claiming m
terest by, through, under or
against aaid Defendant, who
are not known to be dead or
alive, and all jiarties having or
claiming to have any right ti
tie, or interest in the propert)
herein deacribed.
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an
action to foredoae a mortgage on
the following property in Dade
'"ounty. Honda:
Ix>t 8, in Block B. of MYR-
TLE GROVE, according to
the Plat thereof, as recorded
in Plat Book 68, at Page JHi
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
OK Mindy C Funk. Esquire, of
R<*enthal & Yarchin. PA.. At
tornejn for Plaintiff. Suite 800.
3U50 Biscayne Boulevard. Miami.
Florida 33137. on or liefore July
3rd, 1987, and to file the original
with the Clerk of this Court either
before service on Plaintiffs at
tnrneys or immediately thereafter,
otherwise, a default will be entered
Jgainst you for the relief demand
ed in the Complaint.
WITNESS my hand and teal of
this Court on 27th May. DW7
RICHARD P, BRINKER
Clerk
B) Barbara Rodriguez
Deputy Clerk
16767 JuneS, 12, 19, 26, 1987
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN
hat the undersign,1,!, iesinng to
engage in busineaa under the fie
titious name SOUTH POINTE
PHARMACY intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade Count)
Florida.
MARCOS BURGOS
PRESIDENT
South Point.- Pharmac)
15768 June:.. 12. 19, 26, 1987
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, desinng to
engage in business under the fie
titious name I.igi Trading at fi.S!*f>
NW 86 Si Room 800, Miami. Fla
t.'tltio intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida
Patricia I.ondono
8880 Indian Creek Dr
Apt 806
Miami Beach, F"la 33141
15758 May 29;
June 5. 12. 19, 1987
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, desiring to
engage in buaUMaa under the fie
titious name KARESS SHOES at
m.'H'. S.W 124th Street, Miami.
Florida SSI56 intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dad) I
Florida
K ,^ I
In.
B) Jeaui C Fen ai k
nberg
San Remo \. i
('.,-. 146
IN THE CIRCUIT (OURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
GENERAL JURISDK TION
DIVISION
CASE NO. 87-1123 (A 02
NOTICE OF ACTION
FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK
OF MIAMI, AS TRUSTEE FOR
THE HOUSING FINANCE
AUTHORITY OF HADE
COUNTY FLORIDA. UNDER \
TRUST INDENTURE DATED
DECEMBER I, 1981
Plaintiff
n
ELBA M COEGO el al
Defendants
TO: ELBA M COEGO
3426 Live Oak Street
Apt No C
Huntingdon Park CA 9025S
VOI ARE NOTIFIED
action for Foreclosure of Mortgagi
on the follow ing desi i
propert)
Condominium Par N
34-18 in ROZLAND
CONDOMINIUM according
to the Declaration of
Condominium then
recorded September 17.
1981, m official Recordi
B.K.k 11216 at Page I IS of
the Public Records of Dado
County. Florida
has been filed against you and ;,ou
are required to serve a copy of
your arrittan defenses, if any, to it,
on Shepjiard Faber, Attorne) for
Plaintiff, whose address is Suite
214. 1570 Madruga Avenue, (oral
Gabiea, Florida. 38146 on or before
.lul> .'!. 187 and file the original
with the Clerk of this Court either
before service on Plaintiffs
attorney or immediately
thereafter, otherwise a default will
he entered against you for the
relief demanded in the complaint
WITNESS my hand and the Mai
of this Court this 26 day of May
1987
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk of the Court
By BARBARA RODRIGUEZ
As Deputy Clerk
15765 May 29; June f. 12. 19. 19X7
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, desiring to
engage in business under the
fictitious name MIAMI
DELIVERY st 275 East 15th
Street. Hialeah. Florida intends to
register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dad.
County, Florida
LAZARO PEGUERO
Harvey D Friedman Esq
Attorney for Laaaro Peguero
:<*u". West Flagier Street
Miami. Florida 38135
15766 Mm 29; June 5 12, 19, 1987
, i--
M Ma


Ji
12, 19
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
I NO PROPERTY!
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
\ND FOR DADE (OUNTY
Civil Action No. 87-21476 PC IS
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR DI880LI TION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE
JOHN RHODEN
Petitioner/Husband,
..rid
ISLYN RHODEN.
Respondent Wife
PO Islyn Rh.tden
3886 0unviUc Avenue
Bronx. New Y'ork
Viil' A R E H E R E B Y
NOTIFIED that an action for
Dissolution of Marriage has been
filed against you ami you are re
quired t" serve a copy of your writ
ten defenses, if any, to it on
Harvey D Friedman, attorney for
Petitioner, whose address is 3636
West Flagier Street. Miami.
Florida 33135, and file the original
with the clerk of the above itjrted
court on or before June 19 1987;
otherwise a default will be entered
against you for the relief demand
id in the complaint or petition
This notice shall IK- published
once each week for four con
secutive weeks in THE JEWISH
FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the -eal
of said court at Miami. Florida on
this 18 da) of Ma) 198
RICH tRD P BRINKER
\ Jerk. CirCU
I lade Count) '
B) <; STEWART
\- Deput) Clerk
i ut ( iurt Seal
BY HARVEY D FRIEDM n
ESQUIRE
-. Flagier Strei
Mian I ridi 13135
(305) 14
15732 M 29 lum
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
(IRCUIT 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.
ind
VIRGINIA MILLS SABBAGH,
Respondent
Ii' Virginia Mills Sabbagti
Quivers Dauphine Island
Dauphme Island,
Alabama 86528
YOU ARE HEREBY
NOTIFIED that an action for
Dissolution of Marriage has beei
''Uti against you and you are re-
quired to serve a COD) ofyoUT writ
ten defenses, if any. to it on A
Norman Drucker. attorney for
Petitioner, arhoae addraaa is ho;
N K 167th Street, Suite 308,
North Miami Beach, Florida
13162, and file the original with
the clerk of the above styled court
on or before June 26. 1987. other
i default will bo entered
againat you for the relief demand
ed in the complaint or petition
This notice shall be published
.ach week for four con-
secutive vreeki in THE JEWISH
FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal
if laid court at Miami. Fiona on
tins 21 ilav of May. 1987
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk Cirnit Court
Dade County. Florida
By JOHN BRANDA
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
A Norman Drucker
HOI N E. 167th Street Suite 308
No Miami Beach, Florida 331C2
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
FLAGLER FEDERAL
SAVINGS AND LOAN
ASSOCIATION OF MIAMI, a
United States Corporation.
Plaintiff
HANS BREISIGand MARY
BREISIG, his wife, et al .
Defendants
TO HANS BREISIGand MARY
BREISIG, his wife
\partado 27
La I'ruca
San Jos,-, i !oata Rica
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an
action To foreclose a mortgn
the following deacribed propert) in
Dadi ount) Florida
Condominium I nit 441 6,
141 N W 109th Avenue, of
LAGUNA CLUB CON
DOMINI! M according to
the Declaration of Cor;
domimum thereof, recorded
June 5, 1975, in official
Recordi B.-.k mm*. Page
- of the Public Records of
Dad,- 'ounty, Florida, at
amended, together with all
improvements, appliances
and fixtures located thereon
has been filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any. to it
on Keith. Mack. Lewis & Allison.
Plaintiffs attorneys, whose a.i
dress is in NE 1st Street,
Miami. Florida 33132. on or before
July 8, 1987, and file the original
with the Clerk of this Court either
before service on Plaintiffs at
torneyi or immediately thereafter.
otherwise a Defa.ill will be
entered against you for the relief
demanded in the Complaint
WITNESS my hand and seal of
tin- Court on the 1 dav of June.
1987
RICHARD P. BRINKER
Clerk of the < ourt
By BARBARA RODRIGUEZ
Deputy l Jerk
15778 JuneS, 12, 19 26. 1987
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN
1 it tht indersigned
in l.usin.
RODRIGUEZ
BODY Sllop at 1081 E 47th
1 HIALEAH Florida
lilt, lids tO
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
i 'ourt ol i'ii. ( .lint \. Florida
i \\ I RODRIGI EZ OWNI R
15722 JuneS, 12. 19, Jo. 1987


Page 20-B The Jewish Floridian/Friday, June 12, 1987
Mount Sinai
Brain Bank
Mount Sinai Medical Center
of Greater Miami has been
awarded a contract by the
State's Office of Aging and
Adult Services, Department of
Health and Rehabilitative Ser-
vices, to administer the
statewide brain bank.
Alzheimer's disease is the
fourth leading cause of
American adults death in the
I 'nited States, yet an accurate
diagnosis of this disease and
other memory related
disorders can only be confirm-
*d by an autopsy of the brain.
The purpose of the statewide
brain bank is three-fold: to pro-
vide families of Alzheimer's
patients with a confirmed
diagnosis; to provide brain
tissue for research; and to
establish a diagnosis for use in
clinical and pathological
studies. It will be expanding to
other areas in the state, in-
cluding Tampa. Orlando, and
Gainesville, within the next
year.
Staff members from Mount
Sinai's Wien Center for
Alzheimer's Disease and
Memory Disorders are actively
speaking to community groups
to encourage involvement in
this program. "We are aware
that this is a very emotional
and sensitive issue ami we are
encouraging families of
Alzheimer's patients to talk
with our social work staff."
said Barbara Black. Brain
Bank coordinator and Director
for the Wein Center. "We are
also encouraging families to
discuss their decision with
their family physician and
clergy." Legally, the autopsy
must be requested by the next
of kin or guardian.
Ophthalmologist
Is First Polish
Jew To Study
Medicine In Israel
JERUSALEM (JTA) -
Dr. Leopold Glasner,
32-year-oM Jewish pediatric
ophthalmologist from Poland,
is studying here with Dr.
David Ben Ezra, world
authority on I IB mil no
ophthalmology at the
Hadaeaah-Hebrew I Fnhwsity
Medical ''enter. According to
Polish and Israeli authorities,
he is the first Polish physician
permitted to visit Israel forad-
I ancsd training since the State
rh bunded in 1948.
Clasner. who was born in
(idansk and works at the Eye
Hospital there, said he started
a correspondence with Ben
Kzra aftf r reading his articles
in American medical journals.
"We wrote one another often
because I wished to learn more
from him about treating pa-
tients in our eye hospital in
(idansk," he said.
"I applied to the Polish
Ministry of Health and they
agreed that I could go to
Hadassah. The Hadassah
Hospital receives patients
from many lands and we see
eye diseases we do not see in
Poland," Glasner explained.
He will study here for three
months before returning
home.
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Page 2-B The Jewish Floridian/Friday. June 12. 1987
A New Life For Liz
With A Kidney
From Her Mother
But Liz believes "all of us" have
become stronger as a result of the
ordeal. And dreams have come true
that she wouldn't have imagined.
By F.1.LKN ANN STEIN
Jru W^trr
There was time when Liz
Blumenfeld desperate]) need-
ed a kidney transplant and
wasn't surf she would make it.
Now. three yean later, time
has a different story I > tell.
She received a kidney,
transplanted from her mother.
finished her education and
recently was married The op-
timism though, was not always
there
"We ail have miles'..>r i
our lives.' says Blumenfeld.
the daughter of Ruth and
Howard Klein, executive direc-
tor of Greater Miami brad
Bonds.
-THIS WAS a thing to over-
come. There were times when
I felt really down, and I would
never make it through. And I
had to say to myself. 'No. I'm
going to do it.' It could have
been very easy for me to give
up. not to go back to school
and things like that. But I feel
I would have defeated the pur
pose. So here I am."
Three years ago. The Jew ish
Flondian wrote about Mrs.
Blumenfeld. who had been
born with a hereditary disease
For the most part, she had
been all right until she was
about 17 or 18 and attending
the University of South
Florida in Tampa.
Then she became ill and
dropped out of school in
December. 1982. In 1983. she
was put on dialysis, where she
remained for three months
THERE HAVE been a lot of
headlines in recent years about
people in need of transplants.
There are the unlucky ones
who cannot find a donor.
Blumenfeld considers herself
one of the luck\ ones
"There was never any ques-
tion about wh<> was going to
give me kidney," she s
The first ft--'pie that her doc-
tor, Joshua Miller, vent
were her parents hccailBC >he
is an only child Both her
mother and father were mat-
ches, but her father's kidneys
had produced kidney stones
M 'ther had no hesitation at
all."Blumenfeld sayi I'm her
only daughter, so there was
never any question She's a
real special lady
On March 31. 1983,
Blumenfeld had the
transplant She said she and
her mother have both been do-
ing well since the operations
BLIMENFELD. 24. was
married last July to Mason
Blumenfeld. a hanker with Im-
perial Bank in Coral Gables
They just bought their first
home in Pembroke Pines.
After her operation.
Blumenfeld had moved back
with her parents and began at-
tending Florida International
University in the fall of 1
She was graduated in the fall
of 1985 irith a degree in early
childhood education
rst job teaching
at Crestvie* Clemen tart
School and then m>\ei to < >ak
mentarv School in
Iiami Beach where
.eaches kindergarten.
BLIMENFELD ftfl goes
to Jackson Memorial Hospital
once a month for blood tests
and will remain on medication
throughout her life She said
before the operation her Fallo-
pian tubes were tied, so she
and her husband are planning
an adoption. But first, she
plans to go back to school to
Continue her studies in the
education field.
There still are some ad*
justments to In- made in her
lifestyle. It was an area she
and her husband Mason hsd '
work through.
"My husband :s kind of new
to this. He met me after it (the
transplant! was over. It's kind
of hard for him to get into it. I
have my routine, and it's real
important that we're patient
with each other And there are
a lot of things I cant do such
as running around and getting
' worked up. Also. I have to
watch my diet."
Yet she says, even though
she tries to work around
everyone else, "the last thing I
want to be is a burden."
BIT LIZ believes "all of us"
have become stronger as a
result of the ordeal. And
dreams have come true that
she wouldn't have imagined.
"I feel very lucky to hav.- |
woman like my mother and a
man like my father and friends
and my family to support me
through it." Blumenfeld says
"I took back on where I was
before my transplant, and I
never thought I'd have a job
and graduate from school and
be married. I was
devastated when I found out I
was going to have
transplant. I had no plans for
anything Now [loot and
I've done so much over the
four years. I'm glad I'm her.
/ -
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....
W-rmen m Got rice, an organization of pre-
sent and former public
tu-ial*. installed new officer*
l9TSt at a luncheon
recently held at Embers
Restaurant on Miami Brack
'' Belle Basis, "~ignti installed
Sur ner.Mickey
\ ; '-nt and
.,T-msr f>'.|. //.ir'.-ur <'oun-
cilunnuin. Phyllis President.
YOUTH DIRECTOR
lrg synagogu* right
person Judaic* background
roouirod Sond rosumc to:
CSJSoorc*
S401 Douglas
Dallas Tt.aa7S22S
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LIZ BLUMENFELD: I'm glad I'm here.'
So. Dade JCC Sets
'Builders Bash' June 20
Saturday, June 20, the
South Dade .Jewish Communi-
ty Center will hold I
"Builders Bash" at Flag It r
Dog Track If ginning at ,^ p ni
honoring individuals who nave
made commitments of $1<>. 0 I
or more to the capital furds
campaign for the nev center
facilities
"'Bnng your best constru
tion clothes." says Barbar.
Havenick. who. along wit
Fran Berrin. will be chairin
the evening "This is our wa
to say thank you to ail of the
people who are helping to build
the center "
There will be Iota of prizea
and surprises throughout the
evei ing -he added "we
guarantee N is an event you
won't want to r;
The iteering committee
the Dai Man Alper
Jewish Community ('enter of
S ith Dad< i- chosei
Wol fbe r g A Ivai i nd
Is* au did
the facility, to It- located H
SW 112th Ave ai I I12tl St
The new .!('(' Drill \h- Miami's
first full-service, Jewish Com
munity Center
"Instead of individual
buildings, we are creating a
campus that will havt a wid
range of uses for the young
and the old," Bays David
Wolfberg, principal of the
Miami-based firm "Outdoor
pacs will be just as important
SS indoor space "He likens it
to a shopping center "not of
stores, but of activities for
everyone."
Wolfberg says the new JCC
will capture the style of old
Jerusalem "with a
character to the build I g
This style will re*
sense of time and feeling
are uniquely re tied
Jewish community." he
A locally and I il
0 g n i z e d f i r n
Wolfberg AI van
A-><-nates is hesdou u
Miami. Fla. with brand
in Fort Lauderdale
and Washington. I C
United Cerebral Palsy
New Officers Elected
United Cerebral I'
Associstion of Miami has
elected its new officers for
88 The) are Ro) l.u.-tig.
(re-elected) president si I
Southeast District director;
Hal Nolan, im mediate p
snd Southesst
District vice president; Ja< k
Schillinger, honorar) chair
and national dire- tor St
large; Fred K Stanton Ea
quire, honorary vice-chsirmai
Domingo Eaear and Tonj
> Jsnnestro ice presidenta Ed
Whittlesey. secretary; Harold
Malm, treasurer; Jsi
fer snd A And
ecutive commits
Frederick C Asl M
. Henr) Hi-.' ti
Berghuis, .ir ..
1 mmiss ner
S'sl Cvn.tr-
bara Konecny, K V
Pat Papuu '
Ronderos, Josepl R
: S i asar, Msrj
r, Ruth S| -
I>wight Stephei
directora
t* My great-
grandfather
invented
Guldens Mustard
ISgatsMa Fritter.
* r*ia" oao*
*> na fr* -*m' T : n ->ot
It's his recipe
that makes
these recipes
so delicious!**
Sftewcb Sltaflcrf Mushrooaas
in o I Han rM .*-


Israel Diary
A View Of Thinly-Veiled Peace
Friday, June 12, 1987/The Jewish Floridian Page 8-B
By ELLEN ANN STEIN
Jtwuk Floridian Staff Writer
WEST BANK. Israel -
Heading into the Israeli
.K-cupied area about 20 miles
from .Ionian, we pass point
after point where Arab and
Jewish settlements are side by
side. We were headed to the
settlement* of Judea and
Samaria, only miles from the
town of Kalkilya where ter-
rorist activity resulted in the
death of a Jewish woman, and
tension flared.
Hut for the most part, the
areas we passed were at peace,
hut it was thinly veiled. Most
everyone knew that this is the
area that would be the key sub-
ject for negotiation in either
direct talks with Jordan or
through the much-
eontroversied Conference for
Peace in the Middle East.
"We know we can never
have peace in that area
without giving back some
land," says the tour guide.
Ami Segal.
FOREIGN MINISTER
Shimon Peres and the Labor
I'arty want an international
peace conference. Premier
Yitzhak Shamir and the Likud
I'arty favor direct negotiations
with Jordan. The issue has
threatened the stability of the
coalition government which is
let! by those two major parties.
"Shamir feels that if coun-
tries like the I'nited States
and Russia get involved they
won't understand the needs of
Israel." Segal says.
Frozen peace."' Segal adds.
is a lot better than active
war. That's what we have with
Egypt and hope to have with
Jordan."
About one million Arabs and
72.000 Jews in 134 new set
tiements live in the West
Bank,
"We have a policy that we
lon't need a population in the
West Bank. Hut we need some
"! the areas to protect
irselves. such as land along
Jordan River and on the
rests of the mountains. Those
two lines we want to keep,"
Segal. "The rest can be
egotiatad."
WE PASSED through the
Arab village of Ramallah and
saw young children on their
way home from school.
Historically, in Biblical times.
there was no doubt the land
was ours," says Segal.
We were approaching the
town of Shiloh, which is where
the tabernacle used by the
Jews when they were wander-
"ig in the desert, came to rest.
The Arab settlements con-
sisted mostly of private homes,
compared to Israelis, of whom
about only 15 percent live in
private homes. "Arabs don't
like to live with strangers, not
even each other," Segal says.
"Notice that the Israeli set-
tlements are surrounded by
barbed wire while the Arab
s'ttlements were free-
BtanoW," Segal says. "We
are afraid of them. Arabs don't
have barbed wire, showing
they are not scared of Israeli
terrorists.
"UNLIKE the newspaper
stories." Segal continued.
The Arabs are not living in
poverty."
We ham a polity that we don % need a
population in the West Bank. But we
need some of the areas to protect
ourselves, such as land along the Jor-
dan River and on the crests of the
mountains. Those two lines we want
to keep," says Segal. "The rest can be
negotiated. "
The Arabs in the West Hank
do not have voting rights. Hut
if the territory were to be an-
nexed into Israel, th-- Arabs
would have voting rights.
"They (the Arabs) have a
larger birthrate and could be
the majority someday. That
would be the end of Zionism."
Segal said.
There is an open bridges
policy that permits Arabs to go
to Jordan to market their
goods. That same day they
could go to Tel Aviv for a
movie. Israelis don't have that
much freedom, Segal noted.
At this point, we are about
20 miles from Jordan.
Ramallah is a town of some
60.000 people. Unlike Israelis,
who pay a 50 percent income
tax. the Arabs living in the
West Bank do not have to pay
income taxes. Segal said,
answering a question about
why the Arabs appear to be liv-
ing in nice homes. The Arab
homes can be identified
because that have flat roofs,
while the Israeli roofs are
usually red and triangular.
-WHY CANT the area re-
main in its current status of
Israeli occupation?" Segal is
asked. He answers: "Jorda-
nians don't like to Ie controll-
ed. Israelis don't want to put
out money and manpower."
The settlers who came to the
West Hank consist of two
primary types. Those who are
ideological and feel this was
their land in biblical times, and
those who found that houses
cost about one-half less than
homes in Jerusalem or Tel
Aviv.
Cars are scarce In Israel, a
simple Volkswagen costs
about $17.(hm>.
ALONG THE way there are
still areas where the Bedouins
live in tents, choosing not to
live in the settlements offend
by the Israelis.
"Near Beersheva, when the
Israelis built houses for the
Bedouins, they moved their
tents close to the house and
put their goats in the houses,"
Segal said. Their main income
is derived from selling goat's
milk and sheep skin. They buy
flour and onions and only eat
meat on special holidays or
when guests come. They eat
pita bread with oil and onion
and humus, or chick peas.
"Ask a Bedouin how far to
the nearest town, and he'll say
something like, 'Oh, five
cigarettes.' In the winter,
says Segal, they put their
animals in their tents. They
are .Moslems and can have up
to four wives. That is how
many wives the prophet
Mohammad had. so they don't
have any more.
A Bedouin wife cannot
divorce her husband, Segal
said, but a husband can simply
get two witnesses and Bay
three times. "I divorce you."
He can say it once and* then
wait a few years for the next
two times, giving his wife war-
ning that she is on her last leg.
In Bedouin folkore. it is impor-
tant to marry a virgin, so
divorced women have
problems.
WE ARRIVE in Shiloh and
notice that the new homes are
built on mountain crests,
which serve as a protective
measure and lookout point.
The area was nothing but a hill
until 1967. It is 45 minutes
from Jerusalem.
Jonah, secretary or mayor of
the settlement, says there are
90 families that have settled in
the area over the past nine
years. The Shiloh residents
have built their own Yeshiva,
and a synagogue is under
construction.
There are other settlements
nearby, but they sprout out of
the mountains. Jonah is asked
why they didn't just form one
big community. "So on every
crest there will be a Jewish
presence." he answers.
WHAT ABOUT security? he
is asked. "God," he answers.
The relations with Arabs?
"They are very glad we're
here." he cynically replies, ad-
ding that each wants the other
to disappear.
Then he speaks about the
highlight of the settlement.
"About .'{.500 years ago.
when Jews left Egypt and
wandered in the desert for 40
years, they crossed over Jor-
dan, and for the next 14 years
there was seven years war and
then seven years where the
tribes split up, and the land
was divided.
"All the tribes came to
Shiloh, and lots were drawn.
Shiloh was then what
Jerusalem has been since King
David, the capital.
"DURING 40 years in the
Sinai they didn't have a tem-
ple, but they had a mobile tem-
ple called the Tabernacle. Once
they came to Shiloh. the
Tabernacle was set up here on
stone foundations. It was this
way for 350 years until Shiloh
was destroyed by the
Philistines, who captured the
arc. David came down with his
men and brought the arc back
to Jerusalem."
Archaeologists have since
uncovered what they believe is
the site of the Tabernacle in
Shiloh. and to get there,
tourists have to take an up-
ward hill hike on a very narrow
and rocky path.
As you walk, you g he
distinct awareness thai you
are walking on land where,
thousands of years ago. much
blood was shetl.
Carol And Lorraine Greenberg
To Be Honored Wednesday
There will be a Tribute Banquel honoring Carol and Lor-
raine Greenberg on Wednesday. June 17 at the Konover
Hotel, sponsored by Temple Kmanu-KI and Jewish Na-
tional Fund. Judge Irving and Hazel Cypen will chair the
event, which will feature a reception at 6:30 p.m. and din-
ner at 7:.'i(l p.m. There will also be entertainment and
dancing.
Civic League To Honor
NBA Miami Heat
An update on South Point*'
redevelopment project in
Miami Beach will be given by
Mayor Alex Daoud and by
Gerald Schwartz, chairman of
the City of Miami Beach
Economic Development Coun-
cil, Monday at a dinner
meeting of the Civic League of
Miami Beach.
The report, including pro-
gress on the refinancing of the
South Pointe Towers con-
dominiums, will be the only
business portion of the
meeting to be held at 6:30p.m.
at the Eden Roc Hotel.
Highlight of the dinner will
be presentation of special
honors to the ownership and
management of the Miami
Heat, the new NBA basketball
franchise, by officials of the
Civic League. Miami Beach
Chamber of Commerce. "The
Neighborhood" and Miami
Beach Magazine.
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