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Miami Mix
Most Believe Jews Shouldn't Shun Meet With Pope
"eJTewlsjri Floridliaim
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Vol. 60 No. 26
Miami Friday, Juna 26.1967
Price 50 Cants
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Bishops Join Anti-Waldheim Stance
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tround th*' world.
Bj ELLIN ANN STKIN
iiA r'limtiuin Stajff' Wrxtrr
I .ulers of Miami's Jewish
unity had mixed reac
about whether they
N d meet with Pope John
11 in the wake of his deci-
t<> meet this week with
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alleged Nazi warcnmrial Kurt
WaJdheim. yet the Jewish
leaders were also sensitive to
the need to maintain health;
Catholic-Jewish relations in
general
"The Jewish community has
had very gx>d relations with
the Archdiocese of Miami."
I id K a h hi Leonard
Schoolman, spiritual leader of
Temple Beth Am in South
Miami.
"A FEW weeks ago Ar
chhishop Edward McCarthy
-poke at Temple Beth Am. and
priests and parishoners from
all over came to be with him.
< 'atholic-Jewish relations ;irc
so good now that we are deter-
mined to make sun- that
whatever happens m Rome
and New York does not hap
pen in Miami."
Several Jewish leaders told
Continued on Page 8-A
Inside Rabbi Bernat Resigns
Jews Worldwide
Express Shock. .
Vatican Feels
Grieved". 6-A
2A *
Cites Differences in Ideology
Miami Urges Cool
Consideration 10-A

\
O'Connor Asked
To intercede. 11A
Rabbi Haskell Bernat has
resigned as spiritual leader of
Temple Israel of Greater
Miami. In a letter to his con
gregants this week, he said
that his decision to resign "h
one that I have been laboring
with and sharing with leaders
of the synagogue."
Kabbi Bernat assured
members of Temple Israel that
his leaving "is in no way a lack
i >f caring or love for this sacred
institution or for all of you
whom it has been my precious
joy to serve."
IN A STATEMENT to The
Jewish Flondian, the Rabbi ex-
plained his decision by declar-
ing that "I am of the most
traditionalist persuasion
within the Reform movement,
and Temple Israel and a large
segment of Temple Israel's
members remain, and ap-
( outlined on Pa** 1S-A
Support
Jewish
Leaders
WASHINGTON Ar
chbishop John May of St
Louis, president of the Na
tional Conference of Catholic
Bishops, said in a statement
issued here Monday that "the
motivations of (Pope John Paul
Hi need to !* clarified" regar
ding Ins audience with
Austria's President Kurt
WaJdheim in the Vatican on
Thursday
The Pope's decision has rais-
ed b storm of controversy
among Jewish leaden and
'organizations across America
and internationally, who con-
sider Waldheim to be "an
unrepentant Nazi."
IN HIS statement, Ar
chbishop Mai appeared to be
giving t h e s e Jewish
spokesmen support in their de
mand last rndaj that the
Pope meet with them for a
"substant discussion
before his Sept. II meeting in
Miami as part of a papal .toss
country American tour
"I am aware of the >cnsitivi
tv of this (the papal audience
with President Waldheiml and
related issues for the Jewish
community in the United
States and throughout the
world Ma> said in his suite
ment, thus throwing the sup-
port of i S atholu- bishops
behind American Jew s.
Despite protests from Israel
and Jews around the world.
the Vatican insisted Tuesday
that the papal audience with
WaJdheim would take place as
scheduled
Continued on 1'nr* 15-A
Rabbi Bernat


Page 2-A The Jewish Floridian/Friday. June 26, 1987
MEETS JEWISH < VMMl XITY Pope John
1'iiul II speaks with memhers f the Jewish
Community of Warsaw m a nutting lout
week. It was the Pope's last day of his sei day pilgrimage to his htrnie country and
W \\.i. W d 1
sei that dei that he would meet with ,4u.fnn's President
Kurt Waldhnm this week on Thursday
Leaders Shocked
Audience Stuns Jews Everywhere
By JTA Bureaus
Jewish leaders continued to
express shock and anger last
Thursday (June 18) over the
decision by Pope John Paul II
to grant an audience to Presi-
dent Kurt Waldheim of
Austria, whose alleged com-
plicity in Nazi atrocities during
World War II has made him
unwelcome in most of the
world.
In Rome. Tullia Zevi. presi-
dent of the Federation of
Italian Jewish Communities,
said the meeting "could have
negative consequences on rela-
tions between Catholics and
Jews."
Chief Rabbi Rene Sirat of
France called it an "in-
tolerable* "insult to the memory
of Nazi victims. In New York.
Theodore Mann, president of
the American Jewish (On
gress. urged the Pope to
rtO insider.
THE VATICAN announced
last Wednesday (June 16) that
the Pope would receive
Waldheim there on Thursday
(.June 26). Waldheim. a practic-
ing Catholic, was tO be accom-
panied by Austrian Foreign
Minister Allis Mock on what
would be Waldheim's first trip
abroad since his controversial
election last July.
A spokesman for the Italian
government said that Presi-
dent Pietro Cossiga will not
meet with the Austrian Presi-
dent "because of the internal
political situation." But
Foreign Minister Giulio An-
dreotti will confer with Mock
while he is in Rome, the
spokesman said. He added that
Waldheim would be greeted at
the airport with "all the
courtesy due a foreign
President."
The only reaction from
Israel was a brief statement by
a Foreign Ministry spokesman
who said the Vatican's invita-
tion "surprised the Jewish
world and the State of Israel."
He added. "We wonder what
were its motives, and we con-
demn the decision."
REACTIONS WERE
especially strong in the United
States, where the Justice
Department recently placed
Waldheim on its Watch List of
undesirable foreigners tiarred
from entering the country.
Several American Jewish
groups hinted that it could af
feet Jewish attitudes toward
the Pope when he visits the
IS. next September. The
American Jewish Congress
has said it will boycott the
September meeting with the
Pope in Miami.
Mann said the Pontiffs
meeting with Waldheim
"would temper the enthusiasm
with which leadership an-
ticipates the Pope's forthcom-
ing visit to the Lnited States."
The Synagogue Council of
America, which represents the
rabbinic and congregational
organizations of Reform. Con
servative and Orthodox
Judaism, warned that "These
developments cast a dark
cloud on Jewish-Vatican rela-
tions and on the scheduled
meeting of the Pope with
leaders of the American
Jewish community in Miami on
September 11."
Theodore Kllenoff, president
of the American Jewish Com
mittee. said the Pope's ded
sion to receive Waldheim
"with full "state honors' is
morally and politically incom-
prehensible EUenoff obeerv
ed that. "It would be
altogether a matter (if per
BOnsl Conscience were the
Pope to receive Dr Waldheim
as a private < 'ath<>li<- .omnium
cant weiring pastoral lolace"
but "for the supreme Pontiff
as head of the Hoi) See to
receive Kurt Waldheim u
President of state tnakea
mock) rv of truth and justice
!n urging the Pope to recon
aider, Mann pointed to "the
revulsion felt bi the rest of the
World over Waldheim's post
Nazi associations and ac-
tivities" which "is reflected in
the decision of leading nations,
including our own. to ban, or
at least discourage visits by
Waldheim."
In Paris. Cardinal Jean
Marie Lustiger declined to
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FINAL ARGUMENTS French lawyer Ber
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By EDWIN EYTAN
PARIS (JTA) The
mystery deepened over the
fate of Eke srour, one of six
Lebanese Jews kidnapped in
West Beirut on March 30.
1965. A terrorist group, call-
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the Oppressed of the Earth,"
claimed last Friday that it had
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"reprisal" for recent Israeli
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Srour was seized more than
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burial society in Beirut.
Ten Lebanese Jews have
l>een kidnapped during the
past two-and-a-half years
Their captors claimed that
seven were "executed," Only
three bodies were found. No
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Srour or the others.
The Jewish community here
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missing men. so far without
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UX months, each time for dif-
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IN NEW YORK Sunday,
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Srour.
Coupled with the kidnapping
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Charles Class, this latest
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their mindless nihilism."
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will and the strength to crush
those who challenge the rule of
law and the moral values of
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Page4-A The Jewish Floridian/Friday, June 26. 1987
Papal Audience
Shouldn't Be Debated
From all indications. Pope John Paul II
was at the beginning of the week absolutely
unrepentant about his audience with
Austria's President Kurt Waldheim in the
Vatican on Thursday. Certainly, by now,
there is no point in debating the issue of the
audience any further.
From our point of view, there was little
purpose in debating the issue at the very
outset. American Jews, Jews elsewhere
throughout the world, and Jews in Israel
have their own agenda. But so does the
Vatican.
As a political entity, the Vatican pursues
that agenda with the same vigor and. often,
the same greet! ai does any other duly
instituted country, whether the country be
the United States, the Soviet Union or even
Israel.
But the still-scheduled meeting lietween
American Jewish leaders and Pope John
Paul in Miami on Sept. 11 has fur the past
week raised the question of whether Jews
committed to the meeting should in fact par-
ticipate, especially now that the audience
with Kurt Waldheim is a seeming fait
accompli.
Conserving Jewish Energy
As we see it. the question should not be
raised at all. A special assistant to Sen. Carl
Levin (D.. Mich), former editor of the
American Israel Public Affairs Committee's
publication. "Near East RefK.rt.*' last week
told a symposium at B'nai B'rith's Interna-
tional headquarters in Washington that
American Jews ought to quit feeling the
"obligation" to get into SO many of the inter-
nal political debates that art- a part of
Israel's nalpoliHk.
In effect, spiritual, historic, religious and
economic identification with Israel are one
thing. Political participation is quite another
unless those BO motivated make aliya
there, and earn that right.
However infuriating to us the Vatican's
decision al>out President Waldheim may be,
that decision is after all an internal political
matter aix>ut which, as .lews, we ought to
learn to be more pragmatic.
Understood in these terms, equating Pope
John Paul's audience with Waldheim with
President Reagan's visit to Bitburg last year
is an absurdity. In the former, we violate the
principle of conservation of Jewish minority
energy applied to an issue over which we
have little control and less right to speak. In
the latter, as American citizens, we were en-
titled, and did, give the President bell.
What all of this means is that the conser-
vation of Jewish minority energy ought now
to focus that energy with an even greater
sharpness than before on the Sept. 11
meeting with the Pope in Miami.
The Greater Truths
If as .lews in that forum we would to raise
the question of the Pope's failure to
recognize the State of Israel's national
sovereignty or even Israel's capital as
Jerusalem, then we can do that as an inter-
nal American political matter within the
context of our relationship to the legislative
and executive branches of our federal
government in Washington. To raise these
questions directly with the Pope in Miami is
wasted time. And worse, wasted
opportunity.
Then what ought we to focus on? Since the
Council of Nicea in 325 CE, the Roman
Catholic Church has built an international
institution which, by its theological nature,
held Jews in contempt, tortured and
massacred them for what its prelates called
"their great refusal." and isolated Jews into
the ghettoes of the living world experience.
Much has happened between then and
now. Especially so in America. The National
Conference of Catholic Bishops' statement
.JT5\<;
in Washington this week is a case in point in
which U.S. Catholics take a stand, albeit and
understandably a careful one, against the
Pope's decision to meet with President
Waldheim and in support "of tin- sensitivity
of this and related issues for the .Jewish coin
munity in the I'nited States and throughout
the world." They do this as Catholics but
even more so ;i> Americans
It is uniquely American that Archbishop
John May's Statement spoke these and other
words in sympathetic defense of American
Jewish outrage. It is uniquely the quality of
America, in fact, which manifests itself in
the highest offices of the American < !atholic
Church these days, that motivated Pope
John Paul's visit to the United States in
September in the first place. His brief visit
with Jews in Miami will be but a bump i
far larger log.
In reality, the Papal visit will be an at
tempt to begin a reconciliation of
democratized, middle class and higher
American Catholics with tin- realities of a
far more conservative Catholicism practiced
elsewhere in the world. Whether the
American Catholic Church moves forward
or backward will be its own choice We are
betting that it will continue to n
forward
But as long as this American Catholic
spin: prevails, as long as Amei
Catholics are unmuely and incrsasil .
cerned about what their Jewisl
Americana think and feel, and as
the) seek dialogue with them on
matters, l*>th similar and spiritual, it w
be absurd to turn our hacks on that -; rit
on that genuine desire for friendship w\
has been such a long time in coming v I
which is still hundreds of years shea
spirit in other Catholic Church instil
elsewhere in the world.
It would !* absurd to turn our bai -
that potent arena where, as Wii
chill taught us. "it i> better to jaw
war war For it is in that arena I
greatest hope lies for friend!) '
Christian world's most powerful
We have no right to make the
turning our backs, eepeciall) wl
istincation" is rooted in polit
siderations which must pla) rv
Besides, politics are tranaitor) The h<
their moment dissipates into history Ai
is there, in history, in the tale of the .
that mar,'- deetin) ii n
Biederman's Travels
He Has A Nose For What's Happening
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B ederman gets around I
mean, yes, he travels a lot. Hut
beyond that, he n
pretty good and een to havt
a real nOSC for what is
happening.
This particular evening In-
waved me over to his table
which has mat scows to the
free Italian hors cj'oeuvres and
comes up with his usual wan;.
greeting.
"Life is good?"
"Life II always good," I rep
ly. "If not to me. then to
somebody."
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Friday. June 26, 1987/The Jewish Floridian Page 5-A
hinder 'Cause Celebre' Because He Was A Jew
By GORDON ZACK8
The case of Benjamin
Under, the first American kill
ed in the fighting nf
Nicaragua's civil war. has
become something of a eauss
,-,l,hrs for the media and.
beeaUM he was a Jew for the
Jewish community. In Jewish
and secular news reports.
I.inder has been eulogized as a
.ir saint.
He was. we are told, a young
-.' idealistic so commit-
ted to peace ami just iv. thai
. gave up lucrative career
an engineer t<> help the
araguan people
IN THKIK ruah to judg
the media and the
iah community, prompt* I
American friends of
irag la'i Sandini
.emment, have overlooked
. important facts relating
the nature of Linder's ser
. in Nicaragua
\mi. perhaps more impor
.int. th-y have overlooked the
iture of the Sandinista
regime itself, a regime that is
only brutal and repressive,
also anti-Semitic and
el> allied with the
Palestine Liberation Orgai
fPLO) and other terrorist
ipa
First, let us clarify the situa-
surrounding Linder's
nCe in norther n
iragua. Linder has been
: described as a bright
dealistic civilian wl
fortune it eras to \*- work
an area where the anti-
S ii linista resistance the
were active
NO MENTION is made,
r. ..f the fact that the
istas frequently forcibly
civilians awa) from
areas Indaed, on the
la) that Linder eras kill
I the) removed thousands of
'>r peasant.--, aw l)
areas in the south vrhere
(roj .ire active
' Linder" The answer is
the forced-resettlement
IITI has little to do with
afety of those whom the
itai fores from their
Rather, it assks to
the etmtrus the support
the rastpssiSMM often
de
Daniel Ortega
Attended Linder's
funeral but
conveniently forgot
An article about Jews
and how they
crucify with prices.'
f.

-John and Miriam Linder. brother
and sister of American engineer
Benjamin Linder slain in Nicaragua
April 2H. were in Miami last week
calling for help for Benjamin's cause
which, they said, was deeply commit-
ted to the Sandinista revolution. In
this article. Gordon Zacks suggests
that Linder was anything but the
idealistic man so committed to peace
and justice, a description which
\l' \\ !. World Photo
characterizes him in some of the
media Mr. Zacks is a national co-
chairman of the National Jewish
Coalition, vice chairman of the
American Jewish Committee, and a
past national chairman of the United
Jewish Appeal. In photo above. Ben-
jamin Linder. of Portland. Ore is
shown wearing a sidearm as he was
taking measurements on a
hydroelectric project in Nicaragua
His funeral was ironic for Nicaragua's
Jews who know the enmity toward Israel.
Since Linder sras apparently
considered "loyal"' to the San
dinista cause, the government
felt frev to place his life at risk
bj allowing him to continue
working in war tone.
This action should coins as
no surprise Like many of the
iniernanonatisUu or "San
aaJisi ai the* foreign
worker- in Nkaragus are call
ed, Linder sras considered an
active participant in the San-
dinista revolution.
AS Sl'CH, Linder received
i Sandinista army uniform.
Although not wealing it at the
time he was killed, he was in
the Company Of others who
were But, more important, he
was carrying ;i Sandinista
issue \K 17 sub-machine gun
hard!) the kind of equip
men! Iikeh t> com ince contra
attackers that Linder's sole
function was that of a civilian
engineer.
It would seem. then, that
Linder was not quite the inno-
cent by -slander to the civil war
that hi- American friends
claim hini to be.
But then, these lame frit I
have often demonstrated that
their view of Nicaragua is in
tended to show the Sandinistas
in the best possible light,
whatever the facts may
suggest
IN FACT. Linder's ad-
mirers in the I'nited States
such as the innocuously-nsmed
New Jewish Agenda, with
which Linder himself was in-
volved have been active in
support of the Sandinistas and
of other pro-Soviet forces in
Central America and beyond.
These same people also turn a
blind eye to the increasing
repression m Nicaragua, even
though the Sandinistas have
turned ten percent of the coun-
try's population into refugees
They also ignore the San
dinistas' support for terrorist
Linder's U.S.
.admirers are mostly
supporters of the
Sandinistas and
other pro-Soviet
causes.
groups m varied as Spain's
ETA Basque separatists, the
Irish Republican Army, and
the PLO.
Linder's funeral in
Nicaragua provided a scene of
bitter irony to .lews who are
aware of the Sandinistas' en-
mit) towards Israel and the
Jewish people The Sandinista
president, Daniel Ortega, who
attended the funeral, heard
the participants sing oseA
"i a Hebrew Bong call-
ing for peace on Karth.
BOTH ORTEGA and the
mourners found it convenient
to forget that, just days earlier
on April 21, 1987 the
Sandinista-controlled
newspaper, El Nuevo Diario,
had published an article about
tlie black-market entitled:
Like .lews. They Crucify
With Prices "
Such blatant anti Semitism
is only the latest example of
the hostility that the San-
dinistas harbor against .lews
So deep was this hostility, and
systematic the intimidation,
that the entire Nicaraguan
Jewish community was forced
to flee the country after the
Sandinistas seized fower.
Yet it is not surprising that
such persecution should be ig-
nored by Linder's supporters
for they, particularly the New
.Jewish Agenda, sought to
apologize for the harassment
and attacks that Nicaragua's
.lews endured at the hands of
the Sandinista government.
THE FUNERAL'S par
ticipants and their American
sympathizers also chose to ig-
nore renewed reports that
PLO pilots have flown mis-
sions for the Sandinistas.
These reports, raised during
the Iran-c Rep. Jim Courter (R., N.J.),
are only the latest albeit the
most alarming examples of
the 20-year-old M fraternal"
relationship between the San
dinistas and the PLO.
Linder's death was. indeed.
tragic. But another, less-
puhlicized tragedy, is tin- will-
ingness of Americans. Jew and
non-Jew alike, to ignore the
truth alM.ut his death, and to
allow themselves to !* used to
deflect attention from the
cruelty at ruthlessness of a
brutau) repressive regime.


Page 6-A The Jewish Floridian/Friday. June 26. 1987
Vatican Says
It Is 'Surprised' And 'Grieved'
Bt EDWIN EYTAN Paris
LISA BULK. Komr
YITZHAK RABI New York
The Vatican said Saturday
that it is "surprised and pro-
foundly grieved" that the plan-
ned meeting of Pope John Paul
II with President Kurt
WaJdheim of Austria at the
Vatican June 25 has raised
doubts about "The Holy
Father's respect for the
Jewish people."
The Vatican statement,
which quoted extensively from
the Pope's speeches on his re-
cent visits to West Germany
and Poland strongly condemn-
ing the Holocaust and anti-
Semitism in all its forms, left
no doubt that the Pontiff is
determined to receive
Waldheim in audience next
Thursday regardless of ac-
cumulated evidence of his com-
plicity in Nazi atrocities and
persecution? during World
War II.
THE ANNOUNCEMENT
last week that Waldheim will
be granted a papal audience
shocked and outraged Jews all
over the world. They have
been urging the Pope to recoti
shier ImO Klein, president of
the Prencfa Jewish community.
Stated in a letter to the
Vatican Secretary of State.
Cardinal Caaeroli, that if the
meeting take.- place. "Euro-
pean Jewry will apeak out
al*ut the Catholic church's
silence during the Second
World War while Jewish
iliea wen- annihilated."
Tullia Zevi, president of the
Union of Italian .1. a si I Jom-
munities, u ted widely in
the ita u media the
ekend as pen arking that
the Pope "is honoring ;i man
ufxin whom a war crimes in-
quiry ia pending."
The Italian government has
repudiated Waldheun'a visit
In the United States.
representatives of major
Jewish organizations called
Friday for an early meeting
with the Pope to clarify his
decision to receive Waldheim.
At tlie same time, the
American Jewish Congress an-
nounced withdrawal of its
sponsorship of a meeting
American Jewish leaders had
scheduled with the Pope in
Miami next Sept 11.
SIX OTHER organizations
released a statement asserting
that the scheduled meeting has
become '"an inappropriate
forum to discuss this
(WsJdheam-Pope meeting) and
other urgent issues of
Catholic-Jewish relations "
The statement added, "In
the light of these cir
cum>tances, we urge that an
etfly meeting with the Pope
take place to clarify for us. ami
all those who share our
dismay, the motivation for im-
parting the honor of Papal au
dience to Kurt Waldheim."
Golden
Honored
NEW YORK (JTA) -
Yeshivs University has
presented its Centennial
Medallion, morating its
100th ani rersary, to
Brooklyn (N.Y.) Morough
ident Howard I
The statement was signed by
the Synagogue Council of
America; the Anti-Defamation
League of B'nai B'rith; the
American Jewish Committee;
the World Jewish Congress;
B'nai B'rith; and the National
Jewish Community Relations
Advisory Council.
In a separate statement.
Ruth Popkin, president of
Hadassah. called on the Pope
to cancel the audience. "We
urge you to join with the
government of Italy in rejec-
ting Waldheim's proposed visit
and to heed the protests of the
Jewish community in Rome
which speaks eloquently for
those who survived the crimes
of the Holocaust." Popkin
said.
THE ITALIAN govern
ment. which said last week
that Waldheim would be
received with all of the
ceremony accorded a visiting
head of state, issued a State'
ment Friday distancing itself
from Vatican policy on the
issue.
The statement noted that
"The only government official
ly proclaiming its willingness
to receive Waldheim is that of
Tripoli (I'iKva). Italy will cer-
tainly not be the country to
follow this example There
are no longer any historical
necessities for foreign heads of
state to have contacts with Ita
ly during their visits to the Ho-
ly See."
The statement apparently
referred to the revised Concor-
dat between the Vatican State
and Italy, signed last year,
which defines distinct and in-
dependent relations between
Italy and the Vatican.
The Vatican, for its part.
denied that an invitation had
been extended to Waldheim
"It is against Vatican polio
invite heads of state." a
spokesman said.
ACCORDING TO informed
sources. Waldheim's audiei
with the Pope was requested
by the new Archbishop of
Vienna, Cardinal Hans Her
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Said To Round Up Terrorist Gang
Friday, June 26, 1987/The Jewish Floridian Page 7-A
By hk.h orgel
TEL AVIV (JTA) The
terrorist jran^ believed respon-
sible for the murders and at-
tempted murders of Arab
moderates in the West Bank
h.is l*-en rounded up by Shin
Bet, the internal security ser-
vices. Gen. Amram Mit/na.
commander of the CCfltnJ BCJC
tor who snnoanced the capture
l preM conference hist Fri-
day, described the nanx u
"one of the most dangerous to
Bve operated on the Weal
Hank in recent years" and had
I igh praise for the work of
Shin Bet.
The sang is believed tobs af-
iated with George Habaah'i
Sv nan based Popular Front
'the Liberation of Palestine
(PFLP) which raoently rejoin
ed Yaan* Arafat's mainstream
Palestine Liberation or^aniza-
>n from which Habash had
split many years ago.
THE NUMBER of ter-
rorists arrested was not
tisdoeed by MiUna. All are
resident! of the Samaria
Swiss Oust
Self-Styled
Nazi
GENEVA (JTA) Ernst
Kim self-proclaimed Nazi
who expressed racist views in
an interview with a West Ger
an newspaper, was ousted
ha isial "ii the Bern City
< oundl last week ami frt>m the
ttreme riffhtwint; National
\ lion Party which he
: resented
i'"iitical drctss and the
wen outraged bj the in
iee m the newspaper
i. which quoted Kim aa
| 1 Na/.i. All .lark
i ed people should be as
rland. n
images pn.hihit.-il and
i ra not allowed to par
in demonstrations in
i and "
Markus Ruf. kBSjdsBJ of the
nal Action Part]. ap-
I .i.i no choice hut to
Kim The Swiss daily
Swuai said in an editorial
did so beoauaa the par
wanted to rtainoiislrala it is
i Nazi part)
If SO, why is Ruf always ac
paniad by shaven-headed
guards who have been ar-
i several times in Basel
Zurich for attacking
igeea from Sri Lanka"" the
torial asked.
Synagogues
To Combine
, AMSTERDAM (JTA) -
v least 10 small Ashkenazic
RTegstions will besbsorbed
"ger ones in their vicinity.
rding to a decision an-
adSuodai by the central
ttee of the Netherlands
kenaak <-<>ngr*gat.ons.
are about 40
enaak eorigregations in
Holland. The decision applies
' with fewer than 86
which are no longer
' provide thsusehres
-MUired facilities
region of the West Bank and
operated in .lenm and Nahlus.
They are suspected of the
assassination ofZafr Al Masri,
the Israel-appointed Mayor of
Nahlus in March 1986, the si
tempted murder of Jenin
Mayor Abdallah Lahluh last
month, during which his driver
was wounded, and the murder
of Afula resilient Albert
Bukhris, in 1888
Their other victims include
border policeman Jamil Fans
who was killed and another
border policeman wounded in
Nahlus m January, 1986; I'ri
Ki.i an Israeli from Tiberias
who was wounded in the .lenin
marketplace m August. 1986
and Haim Tanami, an Israeli
from Massur, wounded in
Nahlus in June. 1986.
The linkage of Al-Maari's
munler to the PFLP gang rais-
ed tensions in the W. si Bank
where BOOM members of the
slam mayor's family have
sworn revenge. But his
brother. Hikmat Al-Masri. a
former Speaker of the Jorda-
nian parliament, was quoted as
saying the family is grateful to
the Israeli authorities for solv-
ing the murder. He rejected
the idea of revenge, saying
"vengeance will come from
Allah."
NEVERTHELESS,
observers here believe resent-
ment is likely to mount against
the FLO and Arafat who
received the PFLP back into
the fold. It was noted that Al-
Masn's murder immediately
followed the break-off of talks
between Arafat and King Hus-
sein of .Ionian on Palestinian
participation in the peace pn i
cess It was apparently a warn-
ing to other public figures not
to cooperate with .Ionian ..r
Israel
Peri gave brief outline <>f
the Israeli view of this issue
He said the founding genera
lion of Israelis believed "the
lily place for all Jews was in
Israel." .lews who did not
make aliya should support
I.-rael economically and
politically "and must not
disagree with Israel." he said.
Their Israeli-born children
held the diaspora in contempt
and also agreed that .lews out
side Israel had "a secondary
role." Pen said
But, he added, the next
generation, now in their 30s
and 40s, have come to realize
thai Israel is not always right
and that .lews both inside and
outside Israel "have a right to
criticize and dissent."
He said that while Israel is
the center of Jewish life and
only through the exercise of
political sovereignty can .lews
live a full Jewish "life, other
Jewish communities are
"legitimate "'American
Jewry is not heading toward
annihilation by anti-Semitism
OT by assimilation.' he added
He said Jews in Israel and
the diaspora "influence each
other whether we want it or
not," he said this means not
only the right to dissent, but
also that "we have an obliga-
tion to assist each other."
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Page 8-A The Jewish Floridian/Friday. June 26. 1987
Arthur Hertz
Jeffrey Berkowitz Rep. Maine Bloom Kabbi Schoolman
Norma Orovitz
Sen. Jack Gordon Louia Stein
Miami Mix
Most Believe Jews Shouldn't Shun Meet With Pope in September
Continued from Pag* 1-A
The Jewish Floridian they
would consider meeting with
the Pope during his Septeml>er
visit to Miami only under cer-
tain circumstances.
"I think a meeting still will
be in order, but a different
agenda would be required
under the current cir-
cumstances." said Arthur H.
Hertz, chairman of the board
and chief executive officer of
Wometco Enterprises.
"TO DEAL with it in a very
cold, impersonal manner
would be the wrong way to go.
I think the groundwork has
been laid, and 1 think also to
deal with it through the press
is the wrong way to go."
Other leaders want nothing
short of Waldheim's
repentance.
"I would object to a meeting
unless Waldheim would admit
his guilt and renege on his
former position on the Nazi
question. You can forgive
when he acknowledges that he
is wrong. You cannot forgive
when he has not renounced his
previous mistakes." said Louis
Stein, former president of the
national Food Fair super-
market chain, and distinguish-
ed philanthropist.
Sen. Jack Gordon (D., Miami
Beach) said if it were not for
the Waldheim incident he
would have been "honored" to
meet with the Pope. Now Gor-
don has changed his tune. Gor-
don is national vice president
of the American Jewish Con-
gress, the first major organiza-
tion to say it would boycott the
Sept. 11 meeting with the
Pops.
"I FEEL that the Waldheim
incident is in effect reducing
the Holocaust to a sort of pass
ing aberration that they would
just as soon forget ar.d that's
not the way I look at it at all."
said Gordon.
It's not the Jewish cons
cience that is at issue. Gordon
said.
"We're not to consider
ourselves to blame for the
Holocaust or the very long
history of persecution by
Christians. The Crusades,
pogroms they're all part of
the same pattern. So if there
isn't enough understanding to-
day of the historic Jewish feel-
ings on the part of Catholics,
we'll just have to wait until the
time does come.
"But the Catholic Churcr
has moved 'quite strongly' in
the direction of recognizing
the need to change its attitude,
so I'm not unmindful of the
fact that certainly the Catholic
position is different today than
it was 50 years ago." Gordon
said.
JEFFREY BERKOWITZ.
a developer and chairman of
the Community Relations
Committee of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation said
it "is critical" to keep the
dialogue open between
Catholics and Jews. Berkowitz
was critical of the Pope's deci-
sion to meet with Waldheim.
however.
"I don't think it's much dif-
ferent than the lack of
forethought that motivated
President Reagan to go to Bit
burg. I think the Pope, like the
president, is entitled to lapse
of judgement on an occasional
basis." Berkowitz said
"And yet." he added, "he
(the Pope) is the spiritual
leader of millions of people,
and I think it's important that
we look to continue to build
bridges between the
communities."
STATE REP. Elaine Bloom
(I).. Miami Beach) said her at-
tending the meeting with the
Pope will depend on how the
Pope handles the situation,
presuming he does go through
with this week's Thursday
meeting
"I think it (the meeting bet-
ween the Pope and Waldheim)
is offensive to Jews and Chris-
tians everywhere who
recognize that the reason the
visit was requested by Mr.
Waldheim was in order to
whitewash his image, and I
sincerely regret the fact that
the Pope is providing this kind
of an opportunity."
Bloom added that she was
glad to see Jewish leaders rais-
ing a public protest of the
Pope's decision. "The time for
Jews to accept everything
quietly has obviously long
since passed." Bloom said.
"There is nothing to be gained
by allowing the rest of the
world to forget what took
place 45 years ago."
NORMA OROVITZ is presi
dent of the southeast region of
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Friday, June 26, 1987/The Jewish Floridian Page 9-A
By HAVIVA KKASNKK
NEW YORK (JTA) -
Hebrew National Kosher
Foods Inc. of New York is de
,mg a charge by the New
V'.irk Stat- Depart m-nt of
\griculture and Markets, ac-
..mpanied by a $39>oo fin.-.
thai the company sold n<>n
kosher meat under a kosher
abel m June 1985.
Isidor Pines, president of the
SI year old company. Mid in a
- conftrenot tad week
the company has (Had suit
Ntw York State Supreme
I'ourl here against the Depart
t for ''altering an official
iment and seeking to pro
.,. ute an alleged violation on
an alteration We further
irge that the Dapartroenl
acted irresponsibly by
taing feist information,
iting misleading innuendo
attempting to convict
Hebrew Nati(nal in the
is."
THE DISPLTK began with
. routine, unannouncfi inapec-
of the Hebrew National
m New York Citv on
19, 1986. One of the in
tors wrote in a report that
and "boneless meat soak
in hot water." which the
Department now aayi
n Icred the meat non-kosher
Hut while at Hebrew Na-
rial, the inspt-ctor wrote
it he and the plants night-
kaahrut supervisor oust
ed an employee aU>ut the
water, and were told "ao
Kabhi Tib meone fooled with the water."
The Department allowed the
meat to \- processed and sold,
and the plant was found to be
in compliance with state
kaahrut regulations
BIT ALMOST two yean
later, on May 8, 1987, the
Department of Agriculture
sent a letter to Hebrew Na-
tional Stating that two years
previously the company "'had.
in a stainless steel Link, ap-
proximately KM) pieces of
boneless meat snaking in hot
water, therein rendering the
meat n<>nkosher "
Hebrew National was fined
$39,800 to be paid within 10
days or else "evidence of the
alleged violation would !* for-
warded to the Attorney
General of the State of New
York for the recovery of the
maximum penalty allowed by
law. or for such Other action as
he may conclude the facts war
rant." Hebrew National refus-
ed to pay. and the letter is now
in the hands of the Attorney
General
Hebrew National's attorney.
David EUenhorn, plans to
argue in Court that the
Department altered the report
of its inspectors by crossing
out a check mark in the "In
Compliance'' column and
writing in s new check in the
"Out of Compliance" column.
Kabhi Schulem Kuhin. director
of the Kosher Law Enforce
merit Division of the Depart
merit. Said the document is
"inconsequential to the case."
IN ITS STIT. Hebrew Na
tional is also claiming thai the
charge is "designed to
retaliate against Hebrew Na-
tional" for relocating its
operations from its plant in
New York to one in In-
dianapolis, causing Kuhin a
'loss of jurisdiction.*'
However. Rubin asserts that
the Department has control
over all products sold in New-
York.
Pines said that Hebrew Na-
tional received no indication
from the Department as to
why the report was changed,
and it is beyond comprehen-
sion He added that during
the course of the two years
between the inspection and the
current accusation, the com-
pany was never informed of
any doubts as to its reliability.
In a press release issued Fri-
day. Donald Butcher, Commis-
sioner of the Department.
stated that despite these
issues altout "check marks and
the time to process the allega
tions, the central fact remains
we believe s violation of
kosher laws occurred
The Department's Kosher
Advisory Board comprising
members of the Jewish com
munity including six rabbis, all
of whom are experts in
kaahrut decided unanimous
ly last Thursday (June IK) that
meat found soaking in hot
water In-fore it is deveined and
salted is not kosher.
KABBI TIBOR STERN, of
Miami Beach, national rabbinic
chairman of Hebrew National,
argues that even if the water
was too hot. the meat would
still Ik- kosher because the
meat was soaking in a secon-
dary vessel, not the one in
which the water was heated in.
Stern stated at the press
conference that "kosher law
should Ik' decided by Torah
law, not state law." In fact.
Stern subsequently had Kuhin
summoned In-fore a rabbinical
tribunal of the Orthodox Rab-
bis of the United States and
Canada to challenge the
kaahrut laws of the State of
New York.
Hebrew National is still con
sidering filing a libel suit
against the Department. "Any
time a company is accused of
lining something wrong it will
hurt business." Pines said.
"Thank God we have loyal
customers "
Officials of the Department
of Agriculture and Markets
refused to speak about the
Case, even about the two year
lapse between the inspection
and the accusation, because its
report is in the hands of the
Attorney < Seneral.
Jewish Cemetery in E. Berlin,
Destroyed by Nazis, To Be Rebuilt
By DAVID KA.NTOR
BONN (JTA) The Adaas Israel cemetery in East
Berlin almost completely destroyed by the Nazis, will be
rebuilt at the direct orders of East German leader. Eric
Honecker.
MORE THAN KM) persons, including survivors of the
original Adass Israel congregation, attended ceremonies
this week rededicating the burial ground. They were told
by Klaus (list, the minister in charge of religious affairs,
that his government is committed to perpetuating the
memory of Jewish life in (Germany.
Honecker's attention was drawn to the cemetery by
Mario Offenl>erg. an Israeli who has recorded the history of
the local Jewish community.
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Frank Maprath
Kahbi Kaumpard
Arrhbiiihop McCarthy Arthur Teitelhaum
Mark Frcrdman
Kahbi Sol Schiff
William <;ralnirk
Top Community Pros
Trying To Balance Proposed Boycott With Harm To Friendly Ties
By ELLEN ANN STEIN
Jewish Florxdxan Staff Wmtrr
The eyes of the world art-
focused on Miami as it
prepares for the visit of Pope
John Paul II in September.
But this week, critical atten-
tion turned to the Vatican and
the Pope's decision to meet
with Austrian President Kurt
Waldheim. a move that has of-
fended and outraged Jewish
leaders, caught Catholic
leaders off guard, and put a
heavy damper on the
September affair.
Jewish leaders, while saying
they are offended by the
Pope's decision to meet with
Waldheim. are trying to
balance a boycott of a planned
September meeting with the
Pope with the harm that this
incident may have caused
overall Catholic-Jewish
relations.
Waldheim, whom Jewish
leaders last week called "an
unrepentant Nazi." will not
only meet with the Pope this
week. He will, according to of-
ficial accounts, be accorded full
state honors for visiting
leaders.
THE MEETING with
Waldheim has called attention
to the rift that exists between
the Vatican and the State of
Israel, which still has not been
recognized with full diplomatic
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John Paul is scheduled to meet
with national Jewish leaders
for approximately 30 to 4fi
minutes. The meeting is not in
tended to be a free-for-all
discussion of issues but rather
will be confined to a format.
Jewish leaders are expected
to draft a statement that will
be sent to the Pope, and the
Pope will then respond to that
position paper in a formal
statement on his arrival in
Miami.
But the Vatican's decision to
welcome Waldheim is not only
viewed as a royal slap to Jews
Some Miami Jewish leaders
are concerned that the inci
dent may widen a gap between
local Catholics and Jews that
they say was being narrowed
through dialogues and improv-
ed rapport.
TM HOPEFUL that the
controversy over the Pupal
visit with Waldheim will not
adversely affect the good rela-
tionships that have been built
up between the Catholic Slid
Jewish communities in our
South Florida area.' BSid Rab-
bi Solomon Schiff. executive
vice president, Rabbinical
\ '-nation of Greater Miami
"If anything," Schiff
"the results of this issue de
mand that the dialogue ion
tinue but with a deeper and
more nibstantive level
According to Schiff. tin- posJ
tion paper that was to DC
drafted for the Pens was to is
elude "a very strong State
merit requesting that the
Vatican recognize the State of
Israel."
THE POSITION paper may
also have included an explana
tion of what the Holocaust
means for the .Jewish people
and why the Jewish communi-
ty feels that the Vatican's posi-
tion or the Pope's position
on the Holocaust does not
reflect the sensitive feelings
on the Holocaust, Schiff said.
Some local Jewish leaders
are hoping that "a little cool-
ing off period" will take place
before Jewish leaders make a
decision to attend or not to at-
tend the planned Sept 11
meeting in Miami.
"You've got a more than
20-year process that's in
Slace." said William Gralnick.
harm's regional director of
the American Jewish Commit
tee. "It's a process which has
had its ups and downs, and
there's going to be more pro
gress made by sitting down
and dealing honestly with each
other than turning our ha
and walking a v.
MIAMI Archbishop Edward
McCarthy, in a statement
issued last week, said that
leaden of the Catholic com
munity were "equally distress
ed over the situation" as art-
Jewish leaders.
"Thank God there is a grow
ing. cordial relationship bet-
ween the people of our com-
munity." McCarthy said.
Saving he was not aware of
the Vatican's thinking at this
point. McCarthy did
acknowledge that the Holy-
Father "has an open door
policy to dialogue with friends
or foe in his interest for
peacemaking and promoting
righteousness.
"The Vatican would perhaps
feel that it would he inap-
propriate to rebuff the
Austrian people by rejecting
the request of their leader for
a state visit."
IT MAY be helpful to
understand. McCarthy added,
that perhaps the "Holy Father
is attempting to be faithful to
the Gospel which tells us we
need to love OUT enemies arxl
'do good to those who
perstculs you.' He (the Pope)
has demonstrated thii by
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At least one local Jew
leader, the AJCommittei
Cralnick. is able to see meril
the papal Waldheim sudiei
"Waldheim is Catholic, and
the POM is I priest." (Iran
said. "It is my hop*' that if he
meets with Waldheim. he ads
with him as a priest and m |
him to confess his sins and re
pent. Such a tack would :*
very consistant with the
Pope's visit to ooncentrat
camps and with his stater-.. |
that a n 11 S e m 11 l s rr, is
unChnstian."
THE RIFT with the \ at:..,
may have an impact greater
than whether or not Jewish
leaders attend the plant i
mal meeting with Pope J I
Paul on Sept. 11
"The night before I '.. : k] .
meeting there was going to be
a dinner and also a privati
meeting with several rank i .
Catholic officials both Iron th
Vatican and the An i
Catholic establishment
you would have a roun
give-and-take between Ji *
and Catholic officials


(Iralnick.
"By opting out of the pro-
cess, you are missing much
more than a ceremony. You
art- missing all the things that
have gone into this process of
, .lucation."
WHETHER THE meeting
in Miami takes place, may
hinge on whether the Pope
agrees to meet with Jewish
leaders to discuss WaJdheim
ind other issues before the
,-duled September meeting.
Leaders of major Jewish
organizations met in New
York last week and emerged
with the following position
: iper that was to be sent to
. Vatican. The statement in-
,id a consensus of opinions
rr->tti organizations including
Synagogue Council of
America, the American Jewish
i igress. American Jewish
mittee, Anti-Defamation
League of B'nai B*rith. the
Wond Jewish ('ongress and
. National Jewish Communi
Relation! Advisory Council.
statement says
-.rcsentatives of major
Jewish agencies meeting this
rning joined in expressing
profound shock and
.i> at the announcement
i Papal audience has been
'l to Kurt W;ildheim. an
tant N;i/i. who has
:.arril (by the I S
Department) from I s
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and Ral>bi Haskell Bernat
president of the RahbinicaJ
Association of Greater Miami.
"Although he has not been
convicted. Mr. WaJdheim is
suspected of complicity in
some of the world's most
heinous crimes of civilian
slaughter under Germany's
Nazi regime. So overwhelming
is the evidence, that the IS
government has excluded him
from setting foot on this na-
tion's soil, a-s have other na-
tion's as well." the Federation
letter said
If the Pope does not cancel
his meeting with Waldheim.
the Federation suggested, it
may "damage his reputation
I a man of compassion and
pence and place a heavy pall on
his pilgrimage to the I'nited
States
RABBI Herbert Baumgard.
retiring spiritual leader of
Temple Beth Am. and outgo-
ing president of the
Synagogue Council of
America, which represents the
I S Orthodox, Conservative
and Reform movements, said
it appears that the Miami
meeting "is not cancelled but
sort of held in abeyance in
the hope that an earlier discus
sion will be forthcoming on the
immediab
Baumgard, like other Jewish
organization leader-, said his
phone ha> been swamped since
the \ atican's announcement
was made last week
"I think that the general
feeling on the t feverj one
is wonder thai this would
lible." Bs m gard
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the site of the Maidanek con
centration camp where near!)
one million Jew were put to
death When the Pope spoki
Maidanek, he amed 11 na
tionalities i- victims ol the
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in Europe that dad been unck
Nazi occupation, as he did
recenth during his visit to
West ai -. he singles out
for celebration ai d tribute in
dividual Roman Catholics who
behaved ii s bei innei
"The impression
that this heroism in oppos
the Nans a
the itl t the R i
Catholv
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theological justification for
their persecution."
The Pope's visit was to take
place at the Miami Fine Arts
Center, where a display of
Judaica will begin its national
tour next month.
"The Vatican has probably
the largest display of Judaica
artifacts in the world," said
Gralnick.
ALSO EXPRESSING deep
concern about the effect that
the Waldheim visit will have
on Jewish-Catholic relations is
the National Conference of
Christians and Jews.
"Potential damage to sound
Catholic-Jewish relations
could result from the con-
troversy." said NCCJ regional
director Frank J. Magrath.
"In the past 20 years, im-
proved Catholic-Jewish rela-
tions have been advanced in
the South Florida area, and
NCCJ is committed to continu-
ing this process in the years
ahead through the great local
Jewish an and lay leadership which we
have in this community."
Magrath said
Statements continue to pour
forth from local and national
Jewish leaders.
Arthur T e i t e 1 t. a U m .
Southern area director of the
Anti-Defamation League of
B'nai B'rith, agrees that the
September meeting is in
pardy.
"It is our hope," Teitelbaum
said, "that perhaps the Pope
will use the meeting with
Waldheim, if it does occur, to
come forth with the whole
ith aboul Waldheim's hid
den N'a/i past
TWO ADDITIONAL
need to U- made.
idded "No one
. : lr i'. comfort from the
that Kurt Waldheim
perverse victory bj
en the world's
it lews Secondly,
nduring impor-
itholic-Ji
ternationallj ind in-
ere in Miami which
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Friday. June 26. 1987/The Jewish Floridian Page 11-A
allow constructive relation-
ships between Catholics and
Jews to 1k damaged. The foun-
dation of those relationships
must l>e built upon integrity,
sensitivity and mutual
respect.''
Meanwhile. Miami remains
in a precarious position, accor-
ding to the AJCommittee's
Gralnick.
"As much as it was an honor
that Miami was chosen, and
the meeting is supposed to
take place here, we as hosts
have very little control over it.
"It is going to take a lot of
people working very hard
together to pull this thing
Lack. To put it prosaically, it's
a question of whether Humptv
Dumpty can be put back
together again."
BB Int'l. President Asked O'Connor
To Help Stop Papal Audience
NEW YORK (JTA) Seymour Reich, president of
B'nai B'rith International, suggested that John Cardinal
O'Connor, the Archbishop of New York, urge Pope John
Paul II to cancel his audience with Austrian President Kurt
Waldheim. scheduled to take place at the Vatican
Thursday.
IN A STATEMENT issued here. Reich said it was in-
credulous that Waldheim would be received at the Vatican
became of his persistence in seeing an audience with the
Pope.
"That is hardly a reason to l>estow upon an unrepen-
tant Nazi who lied for 4(1 years about his wartime activity
the honor of l>eing received by the Pope." Reich said.
"I believe it would l>e appropriate for John Cardinal
('(lonnor to suggest that tht- audience be cancelled in view
of the sense of outrage that the Jewish community feels at
this invitation.
"CARDINAL O'CONNOR might also wish to advise
tlu- Vatican that because our government has barred
Waldheim from these shores, the granting of an audience
will U- soon by man) Americans as a slap in tin- face to the
I'nited States.
"We trust thai Cardinal O'Connor will exhibit no less
insistence in urging the Pope to withdraw this incom-
prehensible invitation than those who sought it." Reich
said
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Friday, June 26, 1987/The Jewish Floridian Page 13-A
Shamir Says He Raised Ethiopian
Jewish Question on Africa Tour
T\ \ W/N Nwi l'h..t..
'.' > of Stuttgart Manfred Rommel, ton oj
r,rrman u nt-l. being awarded ,i 'Guardiaa o)
item midal by Mayor Teddy KolL
a ceremony 'it City Hall, Jutu / Manfred
Rommel it on* of the few European politicians
to publicly support Israel sovereignty
UHlU d ./< rusolem.
Son of 'Desert Fox'
Rommel 'Guardian' of Jerusalem
rEL AVIV (JTA) Manfred Rommel.
I Field Marshal Erwin Rommel, the
Desert Fox" of World War II. whose Afrika
i rpa once posed threat to the Jewish com-
ii ty in Palestine, iras designated "Guar
I Jerusalem" at i ceremonm at City
in the capital Sunday
W Manfred Rommel. Mayor of
West German) ison his third visit
r ..-l Honored for his activities on behalf
iltural institutions in Jerusalem, he is the
igner to be maoV i -. ..,- |
Jem and the second West German n
I The first was publisher Axe
"IK THK At'nka Corp I in
the Sues anal, it would have
: fficult t"'>r this ci intn I th< lew I
population." Rommel said, adding, "the ma-
jority "f Germans know todaj that it was
much iH-tt.T to lose tin- war than to win it
with Hitler "
Rommel's famous Esther, regarded by
military historians as perhaps the most
brilliant general on either side during the
war. was forced to take his own life after he
w i- implicated in the German officer's plot to
kill Hitler in 1944
V>rth At'ru-an Jews believe it was Rommel
who prevented the "Final Solution" from be-
ing carried out against them when German
d m inated North Africa from Egypt to
\! p ico i
Mayor Teddj Kollek of Jerusalem noted
that if the German arm) had been able to in-
vade Palestine, the fate of the population
.1-1 not have been in Rommel's hands
By HIGH ORGEL
TEL AVIV (JTA) -
Premier Yitzhak Shamir said
on his return from West Africa
Sunday that he had raised the
plight of Ethiopian Jews with
the African leaders he met and
urjjed them "to try to exert
their influence on Ethiopia so
that this problem will be
resolved." There are U-tween
7,000-15,000 .lew.- remaining
m Ethiopia m dire cir-
cumstances hut unable to
leave
Shamir said Israel s ready
to solve the problem "in an)
possible way to put an end to
this tragedy." He -aid of his
hosts, "i found considerable
response among all of
them. ... I spoke with heads
of State, I asked them to in-
tervene with the Ethiopian
authorities. Whether and ho*
far this will help, no one yet
knows. We are trying."
SHAMIR, who visited Togo,
i Cameroon and Liberia, said his
trip "generated tremendous
reverberations on the African
continent" an.) "a manlier of
African state- which had not
yet renewed relations with us
arc showing an interest and
are acting in the most suitable
manner to renew relations "
The countries Shamir visited
have restored diplomatic rela-
tions with Israel which they
broke during the 1973 Yom
Kippur War So have Zaire
and Ivor) ('oast. Hut 24 other
Black African states -till have
no ties with Israel
Maariv reported Sunda)
that Israel's eagerness to
make progress in negotiations
with African countries to
renew diplomatic tie.-, |k.--il.lv
during Shamir'- trip, pro-
mpted some of them to 'raise
their price." Moan quoted an
expert on Africa who accom-
panied Shamir as saying that
negotiations with certain
African states "became a mat-
ter of bargaining and. in some
cases, even extortion."
According to Maariv
reporters Tamar (Jolan and
Rafael Mann, the expert was
referring to Equatorial
Guinea, African Republic. The Presi-
dent of Gabon was particularly
blatant, demanding heft)
monetary credit either directly
from Israel or from
Washington via Israel, in addi-
tion to the standard request
for economic aid from Israel.
they reported.
SHAMIR TOLD reporters
on his return that he has "no
doubt that we will see further
renewals of diplomatic rela
tions in the wake of the visit."
He -aid. "In general, the heads
of the African states are
satisfied with their relations
with Israel They are grateful
for everything we are doing
for them. Naturally, they
would like to see more aid, hut
they are well aware of Israel's
limitations and I also stressed
these limitations: Israel is not
an economic power."
Shamir said he made clear
that what Israel has to offer is
"experience and proficiency
and expertise in various
area.- which "we are
read) to share with our friends
in all sincerity and in all
seriousness and with concern
f>r their interests
The Premier conceded that
"There are Arab pressures
and there arc negative reac
tions by the Soviets Hut
despite these pressures. I
thmk that a number of coun-
tries have resolved to over
come and disregard these
pressures and form tie- with
Israel "
West Bank IDF Reservists
To Wage Propaganda War
Bj III (.11 ORGEL
W1V (JTA)
\
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... .,.-
unim md its allii
: thei
resen ista will
' la counter .'-
!!>F -o|,i,-rs and of
have critii
ttlen for violent and
igainsf A rat.
rttaof the territory, par-
iri) the armed attack on
'' Daheiaha refuser camp
Bethlehem during the
of June |
-\f -lit Ho reservist.- have
l Statement protesting
a situation in which senior
>ris and the media cast all
' blaiM on the Jewish
'f the area while
the) are consUnth being
murdered and attacked b)
USD Holers."
ling to Davar, the
was organized by
it Aryeh Vudka at the
of M-ttlers in Kiryat
idjacent to Hebron, a
Emunini stronghold
contributor to the
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- Israeli sovereignt)
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the central sector, who de
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Settlers
Supported
TEL AVIV (JTAi A
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or lesser degree with the
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the West Rank who have been
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Page 14-A The Jewish Floridian/Friday. June 26. 1987
Peres in Europe
Seeks To Revitalize His Flagging Peace Initiative
By EDWIN EYTAN
PARIS (JTA) Israeli
Foreign Minister Shimon
Peres arrived in l^ondon Mon-
day to begin an eight-day
round of meetings with
Western European leaden t<>
consolidate their support for
an international conference for
Middle Fast peace.
Perea and lua Labor Party
colleagues favor such a forum
as a step to direct negotiations
between Israel and thi- Arab
States. But Premier Yitzhak
Shamir and Likud are fiercely
opposed. Peres hopes to obtain
public backing from European
leaders who seem inclined to
favor the plan.
DURING HIS two day sta>
in London. Peres conferred
with Prime Minister Margaret
Thatcher. Foreign Secretary
Sir Geoffrey Howe and Tory
and opposition leaders in
Parliament.
He was due in Paris Wednes-
day for meetings with Presi-
dent Francois Mitterrand.
Premier Jacques Chirac and
Foreign Minister Jean-
Bernard Raymond. Raymond
visited Israel a week ago and
supported the conference idea.
Peres will arrive in Bonn on
Sunday to meet with
Chancellor Helmut Kohl and
Foreign Minister Hans-
Dietrich (lenscher. He will also
visit Switzerland, mainly for a
rest, but he has a meeting
Compassionate
Policy Urged
NF.W YORK (JTA) The
United Synagogue of America,
the congregational organisa-
tion of Conservative Judaism,
has called for ;i compaesionaU
policj toward noti-.Iewish
spouses in mixed marriages
out of principle ami as
response to the Reform move-
ment's adoption of patrilineal
descent ai valid proof of
Jewish identity
The position was suited in a
resolution approved at the
quarterly International Board
Meeting of the United
Synagogue hen- June 7 and
released the following week. It
urged "the arms of the Con-
servative Movement to adopt
sj aggresi ive, active and com
passionate conversion policy
directed toward non Jewish
spouses, to Ik- implemented
and executed on regional and
local level, and thai an accom-
panying outreach program be
simultaneously initiated within
the bounds of Conservative
halacha. to deal with the mi
marriage issue."
Franklin Kreutzer. interna-
tional president of the
1 f>-million-member Conser
vative Movement, said: "Stem
ming the tide of mixed mar
nages as we enter the 21st
century is a major priority of
the United Synagogue of
America and Conservative
Jews Only through a caring.
concerned, committed comer
Ofl policy which isaggresMve
ly and actively pursued and
compassionate in nature can
we meet head on the Reform
Movement's abrogation of
Jewish law and Jewish
history." he said
scheduled in Bern with
Foreign Minister Pierre
Auhert.
Whatever support he may-
get for the international con-
ference scenario, diplomat it-
observers expect no movement
on the plan for the next six
months.
One reason is that the
rotating chairmanship of the
European Economic Com-
munity's (EEC) Council of
Ministers will be taken over on
July 1 by Denmark, which is
considered the most pro-Israel
of the 12 EEC member states
and not likely to act unless
there is a consensus in Israel.
THE OUTGOING chairman.
Foreign Minister Leo
Tindemans of Belgium, has
been a major advocate of an in-
ternational conference. He
told a meeting of the Parlia-
ment of Europe in Strasbourg
a week ago that the EEC I
support for a conference was
one of the major achievements
of his six-month tenure.
The EEC decided last
February to back a conference
as the best means to achieve
peace in the Middle East
"With this initiative, Europe
has a voice in the Middle East
for the first time since ].i-
Tindemans said. The Belgian
diplomat visited leaders of
Saudi Arabia, Jordan. Egypt
and Israel last April and May
on behalf of the EEC to
discuss the peace process 11,
has also conferred with senior
American and Soviet offii
But since then he was .
no mandate to continue his, \
ploratory mission. The EE<
moreover is presently pn
CUpied with the situation in tl
Persian Oulf. the observ* r
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Rabbi Bernat Resigns
Cites Differences in Ideology
Friday. June 26. 1987/The Jewish Floridian Page 15-A
Continued from Page 1 \
j.nipriately for them, staunch
, lassical Reform."
Said Rabhi Bernat: "I
. n fore believe that I have
impacted religiously on the
onvrretfation as much ai I can
and, therefore in that sense
rorfc is finished."
But Temple Israel President
i,.Tald K Schwartz sa:d that it
.1 dispute between the
Temple*i Board of Directors
: Rabbi Bernat over the sale
tl .Temple's facility at 9990
N Kendall Dr. which led to the
nation.
rhe l>ard voted Monda\
to sell the facility, in-
. ling the daaarooaai there
ACCORDING TO Schwartz,
Temple Israel will continue its
M and education COUfiai
it the Kendall site until the etv
faeility is mid "After
lhat, we will rent other
ities in that area for the
educational programs,"
S.hwartz explained.
Schwartz added that Rabbi
Hernat. on the contrary.
i intsd to expand the Kendall
lr site and continue U> main-
tain a South Dads County
; resenes. He conceded,
however, that there were
other differences between the
rabbi and the congregation.
1 Klf ideas were different
tl in his." he said. "When he
r ffinaly came here from
Bishops
Support Jews
( on tinned from Page 1 A
WALDHEIM WAS ex
pected to meet with Pope John
Paul in the Vatican for approx
ktelv one-half hour ami bs
-n full honors.
Ilowiag his statement in
Washington, Arx'hbishop May
saisod that the I' S
iic Church has little in-
> on the Vatican's
matic decisions. -*(>b
isly, I have no competence
ik" for it. he declared
' he added "1 do want to
mj hop*- that plans for
ting in Miami bstsrasii
ih leaders and the Hol>
er will continue dsspftc
nous concerns niesd bj
that the intention of the
Psther to receive Prsai
Wal.Jheun will impact
rely on the Miami
" ling."
emphaaisad that Thurs
papal audience "dni not
ite" with the POM and
niet'tingis "in Keeping
the standard practice of
Holy Boa tO receive iluly
elected political leaders."
Citation To
AJCommittee
N>WY()RK-(JTA)-The
* Ork Association for
' Americans has presented
**V0* of Honor to the U S
ute Department and the
?niTican Jewish Committee
'r their commitment to a
ynenais and humanitanan
^?'r'can immigration
Hollywood, Calif., one of the
major rsaaons be choas Tem-
ple Israel was that we bad two
facilities. But the Kendall
presence was not a major
direction that a substantial
number of Temple Israel
leaders wanted to pursue Me
did
"He (Rabbi Bernat. wasn't
going to COms around to our
way of thinking, and we
weren't going to come around
to his way of thinking I
think he felt that at his present
Sge it would Ik- easier to go out
and find a position that would
take him through retirement.'
RABBI BBBNAT will
resign from Temple Israel at
the end of this month, three
in before the expiration
date of his contract But he
will go on a Temple sabbatical
beginning in the Fall, with the
difference now remaining bet-
ween Eternal and the con-
gregation over how long the
sabbatical will be whether
avail or eight months
The 62 year -old spiritual
leader, who came to Temple
Israel some seven years ago, in
his letter to the congregation
declared that "The heady ex-
hilaration and exchange on
pulpit and lecture rostrum
have engendered my reaped
and admiration for the way
you listen eloquently and res-
pond enthusiastically. You
have been a singular part of
my life, and I pray that in some
measure you reciprocate this.
"WK HAVE shared much of
these past seven years." he
wrote "This is important to
acknowledge, hut it is equally
important to know that there
are tunes that relationships
come to their natural conclu-
sion. I believe poignantly that
this is the tune "
Rabbi Bernat came to Miami
from Hollywood, Calif, where
he served from 1974 tO 1981 B*
senior rabbi of Temple Israel
there Prior to that, he wai
regional director for the I'nion
of American Hebrew Con-
gregations in Chicago and the
(!reat Lake-area At the same
time, he served SI executive
secretary of the Platform
Committee of the Reform
movement and director of the
I'AHC's National Commission
on Worship
He i> the author of numerous
rabbinic publications For tour
years, he taught courses in
chtssical Jewish thought and
Talmud at Boston Hebrew Col
lege He was also on I le I icul-
ty at the Hebrew Union
College-Jewish Institute ol
Religion in Los Angeles, lee
turing m hturgy For two
he was a teaching
Fellow in Talmud at the HUC
.MR in Cincinnati
Rabbi Mernat holds degrees
from Columbia University,
HLCJ1R in New York, and
has done sdvsncad work in
Jewiab mysticism at Brandeia
University
IN HIS Temple Israel con
gregation letter. Ral>bi Bernat
cites hi> "2t> years of rah
bimcal service without panes
or interruption" and that he
will welcome "a sabbatical
period for study and recrea
tion of spirit before once
again, under the guidance of
i;."i. begin to serve Jaws and
Torah afresh "
Associate Rabhi Rex
Perimeter will beCOOM interim
spiritual leader until the Tem-
ple Board of Trustees finds a
successor.
SCHWARTZ meanwhile ax-
plained that the Temple's deci-
sion to sell the Kendall I>r
facility resulted from its pro-
blems raising money
Schwartz said that these pro-
blems COUld Ih' attributed to I
membership decline caused by
population shifts away from
Temple Israel's main sanc-
tuary at 187 NK 19th St. in
downtown Miami.
A collateral decision, and as
a result of the same monetary
concerns, has also been made
to Stop Temple Israel's Friday
night services broadcasts over
WTMI-FM. While these broad-
casts will be resumed on Aug.
14, WTMI officials have
declared that Temple Israel
has not yet made a commit-
ment to air its Rosh Hashanah.
Vom Kippur and Passover
holiday services over the sta-
tion's facilities, which cost
some $500 per hour.
Jerusalem Mayor Teddu KoUtk i left i joins Burton G. GntnbiaO,
prssioeai, American FVtsnds <( Jerusalem Mental Health
Center, who presents the group's \'ew Frontiers Award for
humanitarian achievements to Charlotte Jacobson. treasurer,
Jewish National Fund. The presentation took place at a recent
luncheon in New York organized to raise funds for the establish-
ment of a geriatric wing at the Ezrath Nashim Hospital in
Jerusalem. The Jewish National Fund us- the agency responsible
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Latin Americans:
Do They Speak Easy In Miami?
Bj M.ISA KWITNKY
\nd KLLKN ANN STKIN
.h FtonHmm Sfc%0 n rik
easier fi>r nn Jewish
rants from Spanish
. iking eouiiliiti to learn
ish ami acclimate into
tread) American life
hey arrive ir. Miami
18 for their non-Jewish
rpartsl
qn Roberto I>rf
chairman of Hehraica. a
Jewish community
enter in Miami.
HOKFMAN. originaily from
. .vuela. speaks Spanish at
hut speaks English
ijfhly 50 percent of the time
. rork.
lon't know of anybody
doesn't speak English."
tends Dorfman who. when
first arrive*! in Houston.
from Venezuela five
go, immediately looked
the Jewish community
i i meeting ami socializing
\mcncan .lews who ilnl
peek Spanish play an im
iiit role in learning
t'.>r him'
olutery," across Dorf
whose daughter*, speak
. !: sddition to English
Spanish.
n Amor wans prefer
t>ut they try to learn
.-. English. We ir. in an
iking country," he
wnillER FACTOR
i ilitate Ihs at .juiMtmn
lea '
a new to Miami
tradition of wandei
v (ron
.
fluent!)
....
M
/eloper and col
who moved froni
I
Jewish eommunit)
[sniied to
outside and d
thing! to help new
.';ts "
peaks more Spanish
it work, and
pc ik Spanish .it
with his wife. Rei
Re nee also ipeaka
-i. and two of the
- three daughters ipeak
' better than Spanish
ung*r one. one Bve,
peala mainly Spanish
ihs has not vet begun
"I IM)NT speak English."
Violeta C'havin
'1 logetienUl ia Spanish.
K,rn in Lithuania, the 90-year
W Chavin moved to Cuba
hen (astro came to power
'" addition to Spanish, she
k* Rumanian, Russian.
Wrnian and Yiddish.
fs important for the
g to learn English." she
Spanish, adding that
'rstands a little bit of
enough to read and
end most of the Miami
'hich she reci\.
ea .nt seek
the Herald thai
point of view
Rahhi Konovitrh
Miguel Karpel
Lea Freund
fered, suggesting that
English speakers would he
well ;ulvised to learn Spanish
if they desire to further
themselves in their careers in
the Miami area A new. painful
tact of life for manj grxngot a
the growing numl>er of jobs
here which count proficiency
in Spanish among their re-
quirements for prospective
employees, the Herald
warned.
THE IMPORTANCE of
Michel KesKO
English-speaking skills for the
Latin-Spanish speaker was
hardly an issue.
Mario Golobowich, who ar
rived in Miami in 1980. with
the Manel boat lift, disagrees
Currently working in
Regina Brand way n
maintenance at the Cuban-
Hebrew Synagogue,
Golobowich can speak English
only with difficulty.
He can understand, read,
and write English with more
Continued on Page lli-B
Despite AIDS, A Golden Age Of Openness
For Gay And Lesbian Jews In South Florida
B> AI.ISA KWITNKY
Jr. Sla .!'.
V\. i ,.i\ and Lesbian Jem -
have come together to
strengthen our bonds with our
pe<", l
" the prayers
which op Fr da) night
ii i 'ongregation hit/
known
Met muni
Syi Miami

i
m.
either
i ii w y
c pa r a 11 i \
womai
sional a I bat
. print.
I, >nal
Ik>uI
mj religion, in
..lit .ll- ..el
'.:
mov< d ewl ere if nol
M> 'othei lift
i) because I have thi
She does not want to "
from South Florida bei B
she says, she baa famil) here
.\ person's love of Judaisn
and desire to OS part of Israel
has nothing to do with his or
her sexuality." says Jay F .
one of the original founders t>f
Congregation F.tz Chaim. His
stepfather WSJ rabbi who
had a pulpit here in Miami, ami
he recalls the discomfort of
people trying to introduce him
to women after service-
"WHEN I first came to
South Florida, it was prett>
much at the same time as I
came "lit .is I Gay man I was
leaking to meet other Gay men
outside of a bar. he
rememb. At that time the
onlj place svailab
Christian church with
ll!'
There i- a kindred spirit
among all Jews, Gaj or riot
"< me Wednesday night din-
it the church was the first
nighl of Passover, so we
changed the dinner into a
er."
That iras how the >iea of
agogue with an outreach to
' ia> and Lesbian .-..11111111111
tj in South Flor da as born,
! 1. I-
the
1 -
ment in

t ith an .-ntreach
'
to be admitted to the
I 'ni<
"IN THE late 1970's, the
I 'nn conclusion
that because bomosexualit)
1 matter of choice, it is
'. e\ il."
\1 cl ael < I reenspan. t he
> nagogue's president.
"How u something be
nth good or e\ il it" it in
. Vour affectional orienta
tion is what it is," contends
Greenspan, who aaya thai he
dislikes the term 'sexual
preference
"Saying 'sexual' reduces it
to an animal level, and Saying
preference' sounds like we're
choosing dishes at a buffet."
be explains
Some people ask. if the
Reform movement accepts
you, why do you need your
own synagogue? The answer is
that the official stance does
not reflect the si*ial mores,
the way things are.-' says
Greenspan.
-IT WILL be a long time
before straight people accept
even limited forms of affection
between homosexual* Here
know that if 'I'
1 r, you be
1 ..ntinued <>n Pag* -K
"How can something be inherently
good or evil if it's innate? Your affec-
tional orientation is what it is," con-
tends Greenspan, who says that he
dislikes the term "sexual preference."
Sylvia Murphy. w of the founding members of'Congregation h'tz
Chaim. or the Metropolitan Community Synagogue, with Mwhael
(ireenspan, the temple's president.
On r
Community
Friday, June 26, 1987 The Jewish Floridlan Section B


Page 2-B The Jewish Floridian/Friday. June 26. 1987
Marvin Stonberg Installed As
President Of Temple Beth Sholom
Marvin Stonberg was install-
ed as President of Temple
Beth Sholom by Rabbi Gary
Glickstein at Shabbat Services
on June 5.
Stonberg, who has been ac-
tive in the financial affairs of
the Temple for the past three
years, is a graduate of Temple
University, Philadelphia and is
a senior partner of Wilson,
Stonberg, Rathen and
Wolfson. PA.
In addition to the
synagogue, Stonberg has serv-
ed as past chairman of the Ac-
counting Division of the
Jewish Federation as active
with Israel Bonds.
Serving with Stonberg as of-
ficers are: Neal 0. Amdur,
Chairman of the Board; Vice
Presidents: A. Jeffrey Barash.
Helen Kotler, Morris Marder,
Sue Miller, Stuart Simon, Mor-
ton Steele, Dr. Stephen
linger, Manuel Zaiac;
Treasurer: William Multack;
Associate Treasurer: Martin
(lelb; General Secretary:
David Miller; Financial
Secretary: Edward Levinson;
Recording Secretary: Donna
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Friday, June 2tf. 1987/The Jewish Floridian Page 3-B
Portrait Of Dante B. Fascell Unveiled
In House Of Representatives
ConfTcuBu Daate B. Faacell
Local Students
Excel In
Test On Israel
More than 752 students from
16 synagogues and day schools
in South Florida participated
in the annual Knowledge of
Israel Quiz organized by the
Department of Education and
Culture of the World Zionist
Organization and coordinated
locally by the Central Agency
for Jewish Education.
The examination focuses on
two main areas Jerusalem
> i the life of David Ben
lunon. Students in grades
fiv to seven studied the
istory, culture, religious
significance and present day
fV of the City of Jerusalem
rhe 8th-12th graders reviewed
' < life and accomplishments
f David Ben-Gunon and the
frits leading up to the
-tablishment of the State of
Israel.
The knowledge of Israel Quiz
is conducted on a national
baai each year, with students
*'ho achieve outstanding
^Trades in the test eligible for a
:>< trip to Israel. In South
Florida 227 students achieved
the high grade level and have
teen entered into the lottery
that determines the winner of
a free trip to Israel
Serving to coordinate the
"ntest on a local basis are
Kfrat Afek, Representative of
the Department of Education
and Culture of the WZO. and
Dr. Abraham J. Gittelson. CA-
'E Associate Director.
NEW YORK (JTA) Ac
tor Hal Linden received here
Wednesday the Distinguished
Achievement Award from
Writers and Artists for Peace
>n the Middle East.
A portrait of l.S. Con-
greaanuu) Dante B. Fascell (I)..
Miami) was unveiled on April 7
and now hangs in the main
committee hearing room of the
House of Representatives on
Capitol Hill in Washington.
Fascell has served as chair-
man of the Committee on
Foreign Affairs of the House
for more than three years. He
is the most recent of chairmen
of other standing commitees in
having his portrait permanent-
ly being on the Hill.
Portrait painter Robert
Bruce Williams was selected
as the artist for the project,
and Portrait Committee
members from Miami included
W. Sloan McCrea, Mrs.
Michael Weintraub and Mrs.
Edwin F. Russo.
Fascell is the 49th chairman
of the Committee on Foreign
Affairs. He has served in the
Congress for 33 years, during
which he has served as chair-
man of the Subcommittees on
International Organizations
and Movements (1961-68),
Inter-American Affairs
(1969-74). International
Political and Military Affairs
(1975-76) and International
Operations (1977-83). He
became chairman of the House
Foreign Affairs Committee in
January 1984.
Among guests at the unveil-
Fascell is the 49th chairman of the
Committee on Foreign Affairs. He has
served in the Congress for SS years.
ing ceremony were Secretary
of State George Shultz; James
A. Baker III. Secretary of the
Treasury; Caspar A.
Weinberger. Secretary of
Defense; several House and
Senate leaders, and Mrs.
Dante Fascell. who unveiled
the portrait.
Speaker of the House Jim
Wright (I).. Tex.) accepted the
portrait on behalf of the House
of Representatives.
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Despite AIDS, A Golden Age Of
Openness For Gay And Lesbian Jews
Continued from Pa*e IK
not going to find that in a stan-
dard syna^o^u,. "
GrcttnSfMUD and his partner
helped conduct services last
Friday Short on spacv and
money, th- congregation
bmwa up aad tha mi vices, act u can
tors, and jive s'rnion>
They hope eventually to find
;i larger facility and have their
own rabbi, at which point,
Greenspan said, he and his
partner would lik* to formalize
their committment to each
other.
" \- it is. anyone who wants
to can Stand In-for*' his or her
peers and have a commitment
service," says Greenspan, who
would prefer a mor formal
Service for himself and his
partner, even though his
parents "alreaih accept hil
I son-in-law
THE HETEROSEXUAL
families and friends of the con-
gregants often attend ssr
vices, sometimes to witness
the Bar or Hat Mit/vah of their
grown children.
Not all parents are SI
understanding of their
children's choices
"My father told me he loved
me and then told me that he
S*w me as ;i sinner in the eyes
of < ;.hJ. all in one breath." sa\ -
the 28-year old woman who
fears that her job will In-
forfeit if she reveal- that she is
.i Lesbian.
"M> contract says that they
can't fire me t-ecause I'm a
Lesbian, but they'd find a
wa> ." she say.-
"It's theft of identity."
< rreenapan points out.
"This synagogue is my
escape." says the woman who.
along with many of the other
women who lelong to the
syna^ouge. is part of the new
Women's (iroup which meets
for brunch once a month at dif-
ferent memlier's houses
THE WOMEN'S (Iroup will
help bnn^r more women to ser-
vices, it is hoped, for at Con-
gregation Etz Chaim. si in the
larger (lay community, there
are more men involved than
there are women.
At present, al*>ut 80 people
attend Services on a given Fn-
day night, with the majority
iK'ing male
But the women who are in-
volved with the synagogue are
among its stsunchesl
supporters
"I went to a Keconstruc
tionist temple for a while, hut
it was so family oriented."
recalls Phyllis FishU-rg a
realtor. "We have to make our
own family here." she ssjgnj
Services at Congregation
Ets Chaim are basically
Reform, hut have been
adapted to suit the different
backgrounds of the con-
gregants, some of whom stem
from Conservative and even
Orthodox households.
OF COtHSE. the services
reflect the nature of the con-
gregation. The prayerbook
carefully avoids calling God
"He." and the prayer for the
sick is recited for victims of
AIDS.
No one remains seated or
silent during the mourner's
k..<: iish. no one has not lost
someone dear to him or her to
AIDS, the disease which has
stricken the homosexual com
munity with great severity
What does the congregation
feel about people who sa>
AIDS is a punishment sent
down by God to stop
homosexuality"
"It's a disease, not a retrihu
tion. If anyone's spearheading
the correct U-havior. it's the
< Ireenspan
"IF ITS retribution, then
God is Kr''tin^ sloppy," points
OUl Stephen I Jerome, an at-
torney "He's getting children
and all kinds of innocents. In
the old days a plague used only
to tap the sinners." adds
Jerome ironically
The congregation has
spearheaded a program
designed to .leal with the
issues of death and dying for
the Reform movement
"AIDS has taken some of
the energj and emphasis off of
>e\ and switched them onto
community involvement,
now there is m o r >
cohesiveness, interest in
religion and social interac
tion," ssys .lay F.
"We're rising from the
ashes. Like the Jewish com
munity. the Gay community
come.- together in crisis After
all. who else is ^omj; to taki
car.- of u.-'.'" lie ask>
VET DESPITE the tear
and distrust caused bj AIIs.
the Gsy community is es
periencing a kind of 'Golden
Age" of openness, according
to (Ireenspan.
Pounding member of the
synagogue, Sylvia Murphy,
honored at the congregation s
Bar Hat Mitzvah services.
sgieea,
"It's easier for youngsters
today." says Murphy, who has
been a resident of Miami since
1989. "There are places to
meet now." says the woman
who made tents for the IS
army during World War II.
Herman Silver, who. at the
age of almost 90, still enter
tains audiences with his piano
playing, says that his "U-ing
Gaj didn't bother people
Uvause I was quiet sboul it."
SILVER, who was lom m
London and has been making
music since the age of 16,
when he hit the road, allows
that he doesn't know "what
was said l>ehind rm back about
my being Gay or Jewish."
"People want to reduce this
to a sexual thing: but it's
your whole life." lay8
(ireenspan.
"Many think that to live raj
is to preclude tradition We've
brought man) people back into
Judaism.
"We love to eat mat/oh balls
on Friday nights, latkes on
Chanukah and sing the t--
tional son^> as much as anyone
else." he affirms.
Members of Congregai
Etz Chaim will be among tl
ittending the World < 'ongn
of Gay and Lesbian Jews in
Amsterdam which is soon to
take place Jay F >ng
the founding members >( the
organization, which was
hosted by the congregation
when it met in Mian few
years back
YFT DESPITE the increas
til acceptance which tl
Jewish Gsy and !. mei
and women hav< I u d, their
prayers reflect how far the)
have yet to go I .. pr I
reads a.- follow -
A-1 rays, we hsve often : I
forced to pretend to bt tl
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have to tell untruths t.. You .i-
we are often forced to do in the
straight World. We know we
cannot he in Your presence
During the Friday servici
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encircling the flames in ;i
gesture performed f thousands of years by Jewish
women the world over
Some Would say that a man.
particularly a (lay man. should
not perform this rite
At tins synagogue, the con
gregation seems, to rest -ecure
in the belief that Cod will
understand and approve, CVt I
if other .lews do not
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Memkswt of the Rabbinical Association of
Greater Miami gathered for 'i breakfast at thr
Konovtr Hotel in Si\nm\ Beach '< discuss
rarmus items concerning how their
MMMD0MM can hil}> Israel thruuyh thi Israel
Bonds oampaign. Rabbis attending th*
breakfast, sponsored by Uu Greater Miami
Israel Bonds Organization, were, from lit}
standing Sol Sck\ff, Greater Miami Jewish
Federation; Simrfni Freedman of A'iuth
Yeshurun in North Miami; Hurry Shapiro;
David Saltxman of th> Aventura Jewish
(enter in North Miami Beach; David Shapx ro
mil Richard Margolis of Tempi* Sinai of
Hollywood; andJehuda Mslber ofTempU Hi'h
R'ljihii,! m Miami Beach, Seated, from left,
art Haskell Bernat, TempL Israel in Miami
and newly-elected president of thi Rabbinical
Association of Greater Miami; Mayer
Abramowitz of Tempi* Menorah in Miamx
Beach, GaryGlickstein of Tempi* BethSholom
in Miami Beach; Hurry Tabachnikoff of Bet
Breira in Miami, and H'tlfh Kingsley ofTem-
pi* Sinai of North Dad* Not pictured art
Carl Klein of thi HaUandaU Jewish Center;
Samuel Jaffi of Beth El in Hollywood and
Hurry Konovitch of th* Cuban Hebrew Con-
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Rabbi Theodore
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twice as often
Whether you use our super spreadable soft
package or the regular Philly cream cheese.
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Inter generational Education
For the past 13 years. Laurie Julia has been
teaching art to students both young and old.
It was only recently, however, that she
brought the two groups together and
discovered the value of intergenerational
education.
"The idea of senior adults studying with
classmates 60 years their junior is a novel ap-
proach to education." said Ms. Julia. Artist
in-Residence at the Miami Jewish Home and
Hospital for the Aged (MJHHA). "Students
in the same age group tend to concentrate
less on the subject and more on each other,
but when different generations interact,
there are fewer distractions and a greater
emphasis on learning."
Three students from North Miami Beach
High School visited Ms. Julia's hand-building
ceramics class for senior adults at Irving
Cypen Tower. MJHHA's adult congregate
living facility. They were accompanied by Dr.
Jacob Feinman, an MJHHA volunteer who
became their Senior Mentor through a pro-
gram sponsored by the Dade County Public
schools,
Whenever he would visit his sister, an ICT
tenant. Dr. Feinman would drop in on Ms.
Julia"s class. She was so impressed with his
enthusiasm ami knowledge of ceramics that
Teaching Art To Students
Young And Old
Roby* (i"hiberg. a witior of \'>rth Miami Beach High School,
obssrvss rltiu-m< Hospital for tht Age she recommended him for the Senior Mentor
Program. The program was established
through a grant from Chevron to identify
talented, creative older-Americans and match
them with students displaying similar talent,-
and interests.
In this case 80-year-old Dr. Feinman. a
former surgeon who developed a passion fur
ceramics in his retirement years, was paire-i
with Levenda James. 17. Robyn Goldberg 17
and Ashleigh Burnette. 18. He helped nurture
their talents by extending their interest
beyond the classroom.
"Dr. Feinman is a great man." said I..
da James. "Not only is he a talented ceran
but he tells the most wonderful stories while
he teaches. Working with him has ban ;i i
sfxvial expenen-''
"I thought I would be the teacher, but I
ended up learning more from them and ^
in^ ao much from the experience." said Ir
Feinman "I highly recommend that >..-.
adoptl more intergenerational activitie-
The Artist in Residence program, a dr.
of the Florida IV'partment of Cultural \-
fairs, is one of many creative art.- ;\c>.-.
brought to MJHHA residents and lei
through the Mitchell Wolfeot) > I
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Write
Dear \omi
For Advice
Dear No-L a. advice colunui. will .pp.*, ragalarlj i ,he
pr* o' The Jewish Floridian. .
Dear Nomi:
My next door neighlior keeps
complaining about my teenag-
ed son. saying that he plays his
music too loud, walks around
in the yard on weekends wear-
ing boxer shorts, and drives in-
to the driveway too fast.
I have told her that if my
son's, music is not too loud for
us. it should not he too loud for
her. and that boxer shorts are
the same as a bathing suit. As
fi >r his driving too fast, he does
not drive any faster than my
husband or I do.
The neighbor is an old
a-11man who hates teenagers.
hut I am afraid that she will
eventually complain to the
police. I know that my son is a
good person, and think that
this neighbor is too nosy and
too nasty for words
Yours Truly.
Not Loving My Neighbor
Dear Not Loving Neighbor:
If your son is plaving his music
loud enough for an elderly
woman living next door to
hear, it probably is "too
loud," unless the woman
has exceptional bearing or
your walls are exceptionally
thin.
If your son is driving fast
riough into the driveway to
be unable to brake and avoid
killing a neighborhood cat
driving too f;4st and
* you ami your huaband are
g the MOM, s<> are you
ur son's boxer ihorta l<>k
athing suit, they arc
ernhlv immodest, but if
look like underwear
which is gaping (as boxer
' ta can do) the) are pro
hably best kept m
a rape
Youth. Nomi
Dear Nomi:
Whenever I have an argu
with m\ wife, I alwa) -
I up losing, even when it
ma who got mad first No
er what iba doom, it
ijrs ends up being me who
ised it by something 1 did
It I have htoppeo trying
work things out with her.
iUte I know that if we talk.
I will end up having to
apologise.
She tends to serean when
' is mal. while I have a
quieter style and wind up mut
tering under my breath What
-hould I do?
Sincerely.
Losing Kvery Battle
l>ear Lowing:
r irst of all. in a calm moment
tell your wif- that you are
Oping a lot of anger inside
because you feel unable tfl
express yourself when the
two of you have an
argument.
Secondly, prepare for your
argument! as if you were
lawyer. List, enter mental
ly or on paper, the things
which bother you Then, if
(TOUT Wife tries tO overrule
you or change the aubjet
shouting, tell her that
Mil discuss her complaint*
r yu ; .>
which you have railed
Finally, perhaps your silent
muttering is part of what is
making your wife yell. You
might consider yelling back
for a change, in order to see
what happens.
Yours. Nomi
Dear Nomi:
My hushand never wants to
make love when 1 want to. and
it is killing all my desire for
him. He says that he feels
pressured when I make the
first move, and that it is
harder for the man to perform
"on command" than it is for
the woman.
Also, he doesn't like to touch
me when it is my time of the
month, which makes me feel
unattractive and unwanted.
Yours.
I nhappy
Dear I'nhappy:
Tell your husband that nobody,
male or female, performs
well "on command.'1 Com
pare sex to some other
pleasurable activity, such as
dining out. Just because one
person suggests dining out
does not mean that the
other person is under an
obligation to agree if they
are not in the mood
Also, not every sexual over-
ture need to Ik- consumated
to be enjoyed. If your hus-
band realises that he does
not need to "perform," but
can .-imply enjoy some
touching, he might find it
ier to respond.
This also applies to when it is
your "time of month." Im-
press upon him that it is
possible to give bsckr
cuddle and Id 'bout
necessarily going further
ami he may relax
Also, consider going t > a mar
riage counselor There art
lot of things in life which
men ami women have to
grin and bear, but lex
should not be one of them.
Yours. Nomi
Write Nomi for advice in care
of The Jewish Floridian. P.O.
Box 012973. Miami. Fla. 33101
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TEMPLE SINAI Young
Singles (ages 20-35) will be
holding a picnic on
Sunday. June 28 at 11 a m
at West Lake Park. 1200
Sheridan St., Hollywood.
There will be a Bar Be Cue.
Softball. Volleyball and
other activities to enioy
Admission $5 For furtl
information call Temple
Smai 920 1577
Berlin To Serve
Again As
President Of
Temple Sinai
Temple Sinai of North Dade
approved the recommenda-
tions of its Nominating Com-
mittee and elected officers and
trustees to serve during the
next year.
George J. Berlin, who has
been President of Temple
Sinai since 1984 will again
servo as President of North
Dade's reform congregation.
Serving with him as Vice
Presidents will be Dr. Robert
Lay ton, Robert Sugarman.
Barry Podolsky. Norman
Leopold and Peter Gelbwaks.
Newly elected to serve on
the Board of Trustees are
Howard Gordon. Irene Schatz.
Murray Swift. Brian Tarasuk.
Richard Bergman. Allen Levi,
Rosalyn Kaplus and Joan
Leader. Continuing to serve
are David Parish. Cliff
Schulman. Marvin Dorn. Irv-
ing Leopold, Dr. Martin
Mendelssohn. Judy Silverman.
Dan Supon. Dr. Paul Fass.
Jack Gel I man and Dr. Peter
Segal 1.
Temple Sinai, which has
commemorated its 31st an-
niversary as a Reform Con-
gregation in North Miami
Beach, boasts a membership of
close to 800 families.
The Rabbi of the congrega-
tion is Ralph P. Kingsley. Can
tor is Irving Shulkes and Rabbi
Julian I Cook serves as Direc-
tor of Kducation and Youth
.and heads the congregation's
Liberal Day School. Sinai
Academy.
Pmnf Z. Marlm SOI 6sea 'i/>
pointed director o/tas Founda
turn of Jewish rkilan&ropim
q/ the Greater Miami Jewish
f-'tit-rut inn
Hadassah Events
The Miami Beach Region of
Hadassah will have an open
House for all Hadassah
memlters to visit its new head
quarters at 800 71st St.,
Suite 430, Miami Beach Mon-
la> through Thursday from 10
a r] to tlOOB, announced Mrs.
Ricki Ignt. president of the
Miami Beach Region.
RABBI Conservative
congregation in South-
eastern Pennsylvsnis
requires services of Rabbi.
Duties include tesching.
Csntorial snd Basl Koreh
Detsiled resume to: Dr.
Jeffrey Klein. Chairman
Rabbi Search Committee.
2880 Forrest Lane. York.
Pa. 17402.
The Raleigh Hotel is proud to announce that Sunday.
June 28. 1987 will mark the official inauguration of the
"Golden Age Quality Living'* program. "A full day of
activities has been planned to mark the start of our
program.'' said Asher Zwebner. owner/manager of the
Raleigh. "Entertainment, a barbecue and appearances by
local dignitaries will highlight the festivities that are
planned."
"Golden Age Quality Living'' at the Raleigh Hotel
is a program of residential living designed for the person
who no longer wants the responsibility of home or apart-
ment living, but enjoys an independent lifestyle.
"This is a great day for the elderly population of
Miami Beach," Ira Eisenman, Program Director, says.
"Not only is a new residential program beginning here,
but we are opening our doors to all senior citizens in the
community. For too long our older people have been
relegated to a secondary position, after the departure of
the winter season guests. The Raleigh is opening its
doors so that all area residents can participate in our
activities. We will offer "Games" and classes in arts &
crafts, current events, exercise and music at the Hotel.
The senior population in the area is invited and urged to
take advantage of the classes we are hosting. All can
attend, and we are offering these programs free of charge."
Eisenman concluded.
The Raleigh Hotel is located at 1777 Collins Avenue,
on the ocean at the corner of 18th Street in Miami Beach.
For more information on "Golden Age Quality
Living", or for a schedule of the classes being offered,
which begin on Monday. July 6th. call the hotel at (305)
534-7025 or. out of Florida, call Toll Free (8001 327-3166.
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Opti-Mrs. Women Install Officers
Ida Mae Glickstein was in-
President of the
< rpti Mrs I -lub of lliai li Bead
bj past president Muriel
Weston at the Sheraton Hal
Harbour Hotel on June IS
Dorothj William president, was chairperson for
the afternoon, other officers
installed were Kstelle
Renkoff, Rose Ruth man. Betty
Gottlief and Beverly Hor-
nreich, Mimi Sperling, Norma
Kur. Bdith Le boa its and
Dorothy Miller The Board of
Directors installed ai i
Lucille Brande, Dorothy
Carmel, Evette Fiur, Gail
Hauptman, Bea Hirsch,
Helene Jackson, Edith k
Carol Levenson, Barbara
Miller. Jeff Olkin. Gen Peters,
Irene Pilzer. Anne Pines
Helen Segal, Esther Steiner,
Mitzie Webster and Muriel
Weston.
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Mindlins At Home
After Honeymoon
GENUNGMINDLIN
Mr and Mrs Jereim laa* Mn now
at hoi ton, fi "**
tendi M,n in Ma i u K i
Thecou| eei I u
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followe I at the Grand Hoti
The former Miss Karei Olivia G
the daughter I M M Johi P Di
Bradentoi !' i SI
ti,. Houston Me lie i i
(lompTex
The jfTOOm IS the BOI ol M
Mindlin, of South Miami.
The couple spoke their \
traditional rhupah Tl
Milad eath gown witl i iffl<
and beaded neck The gov
broidered with iridescent beads and
pearls and trimmed with AJencon lace as was
her Side veil.
The regal-length tram wa
broidered, and the bride carried bouquet of
white roses and baby's breath
The gnM>m'.- best men were In.- brother.
Jacob Saul Mindlin. also of Houston, and
Joseph Trusheim Groomsmen included John
Reichling and Neil HirachfekJ
Ushers were Richard Higgins, John
Speoce, Craig Roll and Roberto Koeales
Maid of honor for the new Mrs Mindlll
I
Jeremv Mindlin
er sister, Jodie Genung Bride
Tamra Truaheun arwl Marilyn ESa ti
Rin^r bearer was Ian Williamson
Mr Mindlin is a graduate of Florida St
I'niveraitj and president of Divert fi<
vestment Consultants f Houston
Schwartz Keynoter At Na'amat Luncheon
Gerald Schwartz, asaoci
national chairman of Fri(
of Na'amat ISA. was the prin-
cipal sneaker at the annual
Donor Luncheon of the N. w
York Council of Na'amat IS \
in New York.
Schwartz, a Miami Men I
public relations executive who
also is national vice president
of the American Zionist
Federation, addressed the
leaders of the Manhatt
Bronx and West Chester
chapters and dubs of the
Women's Labor Zionist
Organization of America
He said the ongoing political
and ecOOOtnic pressure.- con
fronting the State of Israel
"make the assistance <>f
American units of Na'amat
essential to carrying on the
work of the more than 1.000
installations in Israel offering
educational, medical, cultural
and welfare assistance to the
women and youth of the
Jewisl Si
Na'amat SA must take
the lead in the Zionist Ml I
merit :ri reaching the ikw
generations of American Jews
who have begui lake Ism
for granted The late Da>
Ben Gurion <* ho founded the
Labor Zionist Movement in
Israel, wan
r be tal
E it h ga ne r I
establish its owt
the land and peop
Schwartz also d
upcoming 31st /.. i
grass, the United x'
tervention in the Pei
n Mil -'
Peres' peace prop
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WmMnm
GOLDFISHER
Harriet Rebe Gold .m ID
Sunday, June 21 at no-
M .ir!,: I. unuel Rud. ,
.. (lantor WTUlian
Stanley Meiviri and I
<*"................. ... i. .,, lenta "i Miami. Six
: Lena Ii
mi.

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' B 11 N .1 md th<
n ii..it.-- al grai In I i Mr \ i-
: rdale Along with guesl
n Haas l.".> Angei< and
ithei catioi Jong
ttendants included M ud ii ;
the Bride, Mian u I Br v v helle
Merola, Belleville \ .' I.-.. '.;. iourne
.. ich Fla !'
.r.w, Boati and < Iheryl < 'olton Schenholm, Ft

Baal Ma- Michai \- iihei B m. N(
Beach, and Ushera Sti Zirelli. > i ottage,
\ V Ralph Horowitx, 1 Ni Sunkin,
Dallas, Tea Joq Fl I I ile; A:
Krauas, Dalraj Beach, Fla Junior I'shera were Vdam and
Bryan Mittler, Orlando, Fla cousins of the bride Flower
i iirls included Shira Beth Teperoa. Boston, M isi and Sara
Beth Belew. Jacqueline Fletcher and Alison Fi.t. her all of
Miami and all oousins of the bride
After a boneymoon trip to Montreal and Quebec City,
i anada, the couple will reside in Ft Lauderdale
Ilillel Graduates
29 Students
Samuel Scheck Hill-
init) Day School, N i
Beach, graduated 29
tin- year in the
il'i Friedman Uh
ini
\ musical ami dramatM i ai
aras prasented by the
. ites under th- directioi
Mr- Mariana Tuchinsky,
aachar.
graduates are
rnard Allooche, Eliaabath
ler, Bather Bansabat,
' til Davidovic. Ranana
'.' nnia, Jennifer Elbrand, rli
-mttaum. Daniel From
Kyal (iilad. Stephank
1.....Iberg, iH'vomh Gowatain,
Jeffrej Klein. Jonathan
K iMvitrh, Deborah Margohs.
Jenny Milner. David
M ichniek, Brooke Paras,
Nikki Ravitz. Alan Reselhach.
Diana Rodriguez. Kari
Bogoxinaki, Mint Steiger,
Shalom Stein. Milka Tapper,
Anetta Trojecki. Karrnit Tzur,
Garret! Weinstein. Joy
Wrishlum. Lisa Wolgin.
1 General Studies and Judaic
Studies is Jonathan Konovitch.
The Salutatorian of the class
Mint Steiger in General
Studies, and Brooke Perez in
Judaic Studies
The Year Book was
i-dicated to Marilyn Brown.
Administrative Assistant at
Hillel since the first year of the
school. Diplomas were
presented by Dr. Jerome Levj
l>irector of Secondary Educa-
tion and Rabbi Jay Neufeld.
Director of Judaic Studies
The graduates and guests
Were welcomed by Michael
Schack, President
Awards were presente inn the evening's festivities by
Marshall Baltu.h. Executive
A farewell party for "ol\
Florida to iw in Israt was recently held at
On Greater Miamx Jewish Federation. Pie
tured (standing, left to right) are "olim"Amy
Meyers, Saul Morgan, Esther Enu rgu Sam
Aseh, Sid Kulitk, Rat Roberta, /v.ir/r.i
Kondell, I>orul Kotxen, Amir Kaflco, Hrmu'
Roberta, Victor Cohen, Loretta Cohen, Elayen
h riedman, co-chairman of the South Finn/in
Chug 1 /''. \center ro i frrm left) Thelma
Braunstein, Morrit FutemicJc, pn lent "j
ihi Aliyah < 'ouneil of South Florida, and
Emanuel Braunett mrsi r.m. from left)
l'n Cohen, Aliyah Shaliach, Eliaa Torna,
Joseph Cohen, and Guina <'<>h*-v Thi party
was co-eponsored '"/ r'" Aliyah Council oj
South Florida, Israel Aliyah Center and thr
South Florida Chug Aliyah Center
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Page 10-B The Jewish Floridian/Friday, June 26, 1987
Latin Americans: Do They Speak Easy In Miami?
Coatiaaed froai Pag* IB
success, though, and his wife,
who went to school to learn
English, speaks the language
well.
Golobowich, who is studying
English, says that "it's easier
for Jews. The tradition of
speaking Hebrew and Yiddish
(in addition to the language of
the country) and of traveling
and relating to different
cultures and people helps.
Wherever Jews go they com-
municate with other people
and Jews from other places."
Golbowich had a childhood
friend in Miami who already
knew English, which, he says,
made it easier for him to
socialize and meet with people
from the area's Jewish
community.
DOES THE desire to blend
in and not appear different so
as to avoid anti-Semitism in-
fluence Jews, specifically
Latin Jews to learn English
more rapidly?
"Jewish people are always
distinguished, wherever they
go," replies Golobowich, who
says that "it is possible" that
in ten or 20 years, the Jewish
Latin immigrants may be more
successful than their non-
Jewish counterparts, because
of their greater facility with
the English language.
Asked if he thinks this might
cause a rift between the
Jewish and non-Jewish Latin -
American communities.
Golobowich says, "it is
possible."
CLARA EPSTEIN was nine
years old when she left Cuba in
1961. and she recalls the dif-
ficulty of trying to learn
English at school.
"It was very hard for me to
get along with the other kids,
who laughed and made fun of
me." recalls Epstein, who is
now the head secretary at
Temple Moses. "One time, I
;iksed someone next to me how
to ask the teacher to go to the
t-athroom. and he said a curs*'
word. So I raised my hand and
said that to the teacher."
Despite the obstacles. Eps-
tein learned English in six
months, aided by a tutor and
the impetus of a youthful in-
fatuation with an English-
speaking boy in her school.
YET EPSTEIN speaks
mostly Spanish at her job at
Temple Moses, and translaes
for the rabbi, who came from
Venezuela six years ago and
still has difficulty speaking
English.
"When you get to a certain
age. it's very hard to learn a
language Your mind is not
like a child's mind. When
you're an adult, there are
other problems involved."
Epstein recognizes other
factors which may contribute
to the reluctance of some new
Miami residents to learn
English.
"In New York." she says,
"everything is English. In
Miami, everything is Spanish.
No matter where you go here,
you can always find someone
who speaks Spanish. If you
know a little English, you can
find a job.
"In Miami, more so than
other places. latins feel they
don't have I go out of their
wa\ (to It English)." Eps-
tein com.
"THE NEW Cubans, the
Man<
terested in learning. They
always have the idea that
they 11 eventually go back to
Cuba, so why learn English?
But that's their way of think
ing," says Epstein, whose
children understand Spanish
but speak English.
"We're in America, and we
should all know how to speak
English." concludes Epstein,
"just as Americans, if they
went to Cuba, should learn
Spanish."
Aron Kelton, the ad-
ministrator and past president
of the Cuban-Hebrew Con-
regation. Temple Beth
hmuel, came to Miami from
Cuba in 1961 with his wife and
daughter, along with many
other members of his
community.
Kelton came to the U.S.
already speaking English,
which he had learned in high
school (it was mandatory) and
had practiced in his business
dealings with U.S. investors in
pre-Castro Cuba.
KELTON. who speaks
Spanish in the office and at
home, says that he "didn't
have any trouble getting used
to English." His wife. Lucia,
went to night school to learn
the language when she first ar-
rived in Miami.
"My daughter was four
years old when she came to the
U.S. She's now a doctor of
psychology and speaks
English. Hebrew, and
Spanish," Kelton points out
with pride.
"I would say that most of re-
generation communicates easi-
ly in both Spanish and
English." contends Kelton.
"We had a rabbi who was born
in Poland and lived in Cuba in
our synagogue, when we swit
chad to an English-speaking.
Brooklyn-born rabbi, many of
the members realized they
wouldn't understand 100 per
cent of the sermons. But they
went along with it."
The English Language
Amendment is unnecessary,
argues Kelton. because
English is the language of the
land.
"Learning English isn't |
bother." he attests. "It's a
necessity."
HAS THE Jewish history of
wandering and adapting made
it any easier for the Jewish
Latin Americans to learn
English?
"It's hard to tell, replies
Kelton. "I really don't know.
My mother was born in
Rumania, my father in
Lithuania. They went to Cuba
and learned Spanish. I think
it's a very natural thing. It's a
matter of convenience, learn-
ing the language of the com-
munity you're going to live
in."
Rabbi Barry Konovitch is the
Brooklyn-born spiritual leader
at the Cuban-Hebrew
Congregation.
"I feel that my congregation
was more inclined to choose
me because I was a native
English-speaker." he says "I
represent to them the balance
between the two cultures that
they live in."
KONOVITCH. whoM hb
ntly re.-rived an A in Wh
It Spanish. Spanish himself, although he is
not fluent.
"I'm working on it." he says
of his Spanish skills.
"Essentially. I think that
there are two major cultural
blocs in the South Florida
area. The Anglo and the
Hispanic," states Konovitch.
"The main vehicle for bringing
them together as a community
is the appreciation of each
other's culture, and the way to
enter into each other's culture
and demonstrate that ap
Ereciation is through
inguage.
"In other words, if you're in-
terested in making an impres-
sion, you should try to learn
the other culture's language,
to be on an equal footing."
Konovitch, who says that his
congregation's "primary iden-
tification is as Jews," believes
that Jews traditionally have
"understood the necessity of
entering into a new country
via the language. You must
remember that when the Euro-
pean Jews came to Cuba, they
had to learn Spanish in order
to survive."
Anti-Semitism mav he an ad-
ditional motivation for Jews to
try to learn English quickly
and integrate into American
society, Konovitch agrees.
REGINA BRANDWAYN.
who moved to Miami from Col-
ombia three years ago. says.
like Konovitch, that both the
English-speaking and the
Spanish-speaking com-
munities here could benefit
from learning each other -
language.
"There is a lot of Latin
American influence here."
says B r a n d w a y n 'and
anyway, it is good to learn
another language We try to
learn Knglish Most of my
I>atin friends know Knglish.
not perfect, hut like me. they
try their beet."
Brandwayn does not think,
she says, that there dif-
foresee between Latin .lew-
ami non-Jews in learning
Knglish
NEITHER DOES Ke.na C
Maya president of the \K
tona Adouth Women's Com
mittee of Temple Ifoeee, who
says that she employs U.th
Jewish and non-Jewish I .at in
Americans in her two garment
fat-tones and can detect DO dif
ference in their facility with
learning the English language
"The younger generation,
you can hardly tell the dif-
ference whether they are
latins or Americans." says
Maya. "The children, in fact,
cannot speak Spanish as
fluently as they speak
English."
Lea Kreund. vice president
of WI/.( MSA and state WIZ< I
chairperson, like others inter
viewed, says that she feels that
it is mainly the older I^ttin
American immigrants who
have not adapted to Knglish.
often because they assumed
they would return to their
country of origin.
At WI/.O. where the
members are comprised of
about 40 percent Latin
Americans, the meetings are
held in Knglish
"Americans have more of an
advantage over other na-
tionalities" contends Preund,
who arrived in Miami from Bl
Salvador in 1979 "When
they go, people
English."
Miami, more and more people
are also speaking Spanish.
"IT IS a fact, it is a reality,
that a great majority of people
here speak Spanish," admits
Kreund. "Whether it is good or
not. I am not discussing that.
It is a reality
"Whether (the native-
Knglish speakers) like it or
not. they are being surrounded
more by Latins It won't harm
the I^atin Americans to learn
some Knglish. and it won't
hurt the Americans to learn
some Spanish." contends
Kreund
"I respect that this is an
American countrv. and the
language is Knglish. People
should learn the local
language." she adds.
But is English being replac-
ed by Spanish as the local
language of Miami*
MIGUEL KARPEL. a (TA
and president of the Cuban-
Hebrew Congregation, says he
believes that "it is in the'best
interest of Americans to have
Spanish as a second language"
because in addition to ( uhans.
"... a continuing wave of
Nicaraguans. Salvadoreans.
Venezuelans and Argentinians
are finding that Miami is the
place for them is to emigrate
to "
This should not dismay
native-English speak.-rs. ac-
cording to Karpel. who con
tends that "the cost involved
in the duality of language is
more than compensated in that
this is an area that thrive! on
tourism which is coming in
free! numben from I^atm
countries
"From my knowledge and
experience of the people in our
community, those who cai
her.- in the '60" pursued the
I Knglish i language M much ai
the prior Jewish immigrant*.
Karpel
"I believe that the new
waves of Latin immigrants
coming in the '80*8 maj not
pursue it enough because the\
have already found a comp ,
structure here that can n
their native language I
isn't a need for them to g
and learn English." Rarpj
points out.
HOWEVER. Jewish I
Americans may be m r<
motivated to learn English
once they arrive in Miami thai
their non-Jewish counterpart
according to Karpel
"I think that the Jewish irr.
migrants were more ahie t' .
cept the fact that this is
more move in their continuing
travels, and knew they were
going to make this a plact I
stay in." he explains
"I believe a lot of Cuban non
Jewish immigrants bad a much
greater belief in a quick return
to Cuba, and the necessity to
go out and learn the (English)
language right away was not
apparent."
Karpel. who wishes that his
children were as fluent in
Spanish as they are in English,
also says that he feels "that
the people who are insisting
Knglish are not being patient
It will take one generation to
disappear liefore evervom
fluent in Knglish."
YET IT IS not clear thai Lh.
UBS of Spanish in Mian..
diminish when the childrei
the new I^tin Amer:>
migrants grow up. b
many of these childn i
growing up with Spanish si
the principal language Bp
at home
And if Spanish contin
play an important role
lives of mam Mismiani then
may soon be qtu
who is more diaadvai ti
the jx-rs-'ti whi' can sp -
Knglish. or the persoi w '
speak only English?
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Bat Mitzvah
Friday. June 26. 1987/The Jewish Floridian Page 11-B
Synopsis Of The Weekly Torah Portion
Andtke earth opened her numth. and nvilLnied them up
,md all the men that appertained unt.< Korah"
iSumhrra 16.St)
KORAH
KORAH Koran, son of Ithar. and Dathan and Abiram. sons of
El tab. 11 a rebellion of 250 men who refused to accept the leader
hip <>f Moaea and Aaron. Moaes tried in vain to persuade them
that all was being done according to God's will Finally. God
Himself acted "And it came to pass that the ground did
cleave asunder that was under them And the earth opened her
mouth, and swallowed them up. and their households, and all the
men that appertained unto Korah. and all their goods. So they
went down alive into the pit; and the earth closed uj-m them, and
they [>erisned from among the assembly And fire came forth
from the Lord, and devoured the two hundreds and fifty men"
Sumbtra I6.31-SS). To prove that Aaron had indeed been chosen
bj (Jod for his priestly function. Moses instructed even' tribe to
f.'lace its rod near the Ark of the < ..venant. miraculously' Aaron's
- -i sprouted Thus ended the controversy over the priesthood
portion proceeds to describe the various emolument* that the
ts and Invites received
'n* recounting o th Weekly Portion o the l* attracted and Dasad
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SABKINA PATTERSON
Sabrina Leslie Pattanon,
laughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Lawrence Pattanon of Tam-
pa, was called to the Torah as a
Bat Mitzvah on Saturday June
20 at 9:80 a.m. at Congrega-
tion Kol Ami Rabbi H. David
Rose and Cantor Sam Isaak
officiated.
The celebrant is a student in
the Hey Class of the Kol Ami
Religious s.ho.d and
member of Kadima. She is a
past sergeant of arms and past
vice president of Boneem She
:- Oil the High Honor Roll. She
enjoys playing baseball, swim-
ming, cheerleading and plays
the piano .and clarinet.
Mr. and Mrs Irving Littman
Miami hosted the Oneg
n Friday evening
K Idush luncheon on
rag the
' Sabrina. Mr.
I Mr La i Patter i
eption and dinner
Saturda .ening at the T u
" Marriott Hotel in
Sal"- mor
Sp i gu< nciuded
rina's grandparents Mr.
Mr Irving Littman of
Mar:;:. Mr and Mrs Greg Lit-
m, Adam and Shayna and
Mrs Estelle m.*>m* all of
Miami, and other relatives and
friend.- from out of town.
NICOLE MALLARD
Nicole Mallard, daughter of
Mr and Mrs. S.K. Mallard will
l>e called to the Torah a* Bat
Mitzvah on Saturday at 9:30
a m at B e U S h i r a
Congregation.
The celebrant ia student in
the Hay Class at Bet Shira.
She attends Cutler Ridge
Junior High School where she
if in the seventh grade
Mr and Mrs Milliard will
host the Kiddush following the
services in honor of the occa-
sion and a reception will be
held at Kings Bav Country
Club
Special guests will include
Mrs Clarice Murick of
Hollywood and Ms Ceraldine
Eckstein of Fayetteville, N.C.
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Stejtken \f Sperling SMS mttalM OS jrrerxdent <>/ fA** Corn!
liable* Bar Association at the Country Club qf Coral GaMes
Florida Supn-nu Court Justice Raymond F.hrhch ten.- th* SMSS*
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Jackson Announces Appointments
Gerard A. Kaiser. MD. chief
of the Division of Thoracic and
Cardiovascular Surgery at the
I'niversity of Miami/Jackson
Memorial Medical Center, has
been reelected president of the
Executive Committee of the
Jackson Memorial Hospital
Medical Staff. I>r. Kaiser, who
will be serving his fourth term
as president, is also deputy
dean for medical affairs at the
CM School of Medicine.
Other officers reflected
were vice president, Axoridet
Monies, MI>. who is chairman
<>f the Department
Pathology and secretary-
treasurer. Edward Russell,
MI. who is director of the
[>ivision of Diagnostic
Radiolog)
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OFFICE
Road Union N J
800^437-5151
Rudolph M Kind*!. MGR
DRKKER
Ben. Tf.. of Miami. |aa*d awa> June i\ Mr
I>rucker had heen a rewdent here for the
pact S2 yeam ixwninj from N V < Kalher i <{
Michael I>rucaer Miami Beach Maxine
Murt.""! Miami brother ..f I>avid Irucaer.
Miami, gramlfather of Ilavid Milcrom. Aliaa
Enaley I'aula Boater and Marr l>rucer
Servicea were heid with interment at Mt
Nr*. Cemetery
HKKNSTKIN Mm. SS wt Miami Bea.h
June Jl The Rivernde
ENGELHAR0T Katkat Ktemal Uht
(M>LDENBERG Kan Rae ..f North Miami
Beach June In Blaaherv i "haf*
STERN Minna Adler June ||
held in New York
TYNN1 Ixieraine June lfi Ktoraal | ,.
RAYMOND. I^wm 77. ,.f sUr
IS l.evitt WeinMein
KRKKI'MAN Dw> K> f v....
June IS Servim and interrr.f
^tar ..f Ilavid Memorial I'ark
KIRKSTDNK J.eph. M Jr,r
held in New York The River**le
-M M.I Harry K of Miami Beach I
Zilhert
EISENBERG Sherry JUn. ,
Riveraidr
.tiMtK.reenfieid Kd
(ak Park Moh,.n BH31
i.lI.Ii 543-l6^J
Hebrew Memorial Chapel
of (Ireater Detroit
Kffirirnl. Krliahlr. Tradilinnal
with
l>inii\ and I 'SMlerstaSMliaSJ
( ioii[>u-ir Shippins Srrvio Kritm Khmda v-' i
Your First Call lo Ub anil
HandlP All Funeral Arrang.'menls
Menorah Speaks Out
Menorah Pre-Need Planning
Geared To "Special People"
v VI K i \< i bunih "I '**; .
\u vidrpraii if aw*J jnd ufcinuit* \
iv > nun a mdrnsatod ihi
Ls llrn i i x *. tt* knx: ind
it ttxii nc .kMriN aahiajl mn
in
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SPECIAI LIMITED lRI -Nl-H) (HH K
FUNERAL AND BURIAL
IN THE BEST OF JEWISH TRADITION
$1,595
I akexje Memorial Park nd licrn.l I ghi runeral l>irelw are priHol I"
f-*\M lhi unique program ahull omhinrt xwnrnhip o4 a r4. at inir
hrautilul Metexwial I'ark anj a plan l.w pre raid funeral woun
Thi exceptional lue iwum thai rnui iwvr call will pul uni in Iihm h with
ihe pr>p4e who hrlior ihere n mxhing Jignilied ahoul pating nwwe J
traditional (rwith funeral lhal uhi hoi lo
MrSr is WHAT Wt INt. I I l>l
ererna I
I Prompt Transfer frum Place ol
rVath
> I are and Preparation at I V>raced
' L aakel and Heane
1 Arrangarmrnc Dir*xtnn .*
l.rormW Srrvwri
Permit, and Henetn AaaaMance
I 24 hour emrnjrn>\ arriKr
> Shla t arvilr. I ard. and Ken. he.
J- lakeside
l-ra.r.llc
a Pa.ed Pri.atr \ MitatMWi Path
a Strel Rrinloe.rxl Concrete \ ault
a Oprmnt *" CtBatafJ w (.rae
a Perpetual (ra.eaite* Can
a No maintenance o* wnkr fee.
a A |cwih Tradition nun l"*^s
TOTAL: $1,595
No Interest Payment Plan* Available
r.w tiwnplrte mliirmalkin iwt tvur ploi and funeral anmr packiflT pUn
call tour lakeatde rirrnal I ighi repriatntati.e toda.
In lime of need, one tall will handle all the detail.
DADE:
592-0690
BROWARD:
525-9339
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Friday. June 26. 1987/The Jewish FloridlMl Page 13-B
Foreclosure Sales Public Notices
notice Of IALI
i| KSl\.NT TO CHAPTER 45
l\ THE ('IM'I IT COl RT OP
I UK ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
, IKCI IT. IN AM) FOR DADS
,OI NTY.fLOWDA
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DIVISION
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NOTK | III SALE
PI RSI ANT TO CHAFTBB U
IN THE t IRt I IT < Ol RT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
UR< I IT. IN \Nli FOB DADI
GENERAL Jl RISHK TIiin
DIVISION
( kSE No -. .
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corporation
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Kli h\rii p BRINREB
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it irruit I ourt Seall
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Vttornrt fur Plaintiff
Puhh.hrd .'. 7 .1
NOTK I nl SALE
Pi k>i vni rn i inn ik is
IN THE ( IKt I IT I Ol KT 01
mi i ii VRNTH ji mi i \i
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i.l NIK \l Jl KISHK TIUN
DIVISION
i kSE SO M MBit
SE( ui
FEDEBAL NATIONAL MOR.
M. M.I \SSIM I \TION. a
I mlrd Slatr* i-orporation.
M A BI A N 0 HECTOR
SALAZAB. n al .
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NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
.ant t.i ai I Irdef r EinaJ
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I. i. .' I irtl ar in
Florida at
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dominium, arrording lo (he
llerlaralion thrrriif. an rrrordrd
in llffinal Krrord Hook 11)749.
al Pajr 972. a* amrndrd b<
Mn.-minimi rrrordrd in Official
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that thr u' ',r* '"
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tiuout name VIDEO WES1 I LI H
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B INVESTMENT COBP
a IT.n.ta corporal
H\ Gratone I Ha. Pn
Jun.
JaJj
IN THE ( IRt I IT COl RT0E
THE ELEVENTH Jl UK I M
(IRt I IT IN AND EOK
DADB COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERAL
Jl KISDK TION
DIVISION
CASE No I7-S4BM (23|
Fla Bar No ITSBSt
NOTICE Of ICTION
BRi \N PATRICK DAY and
HLEENS DAi I
-iff>
MARGARI I N M KAI and l I.
MrRAE.
living ;ind if all of
inknowi
. lianhoktan
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dain or
MARi \KK I N
McRAi .'ill McRAE her
partaet ha\
mi: ..r claiming to have any rv
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ltd Judicial 'irruit K
For Dade County. Florida u .
ire ';.' I
anttei lefei .- it
Michael P I labie Eaq plain
a ~. ..Mr.-.
Keitl Maca Leam I \ In i Ml
SI. Fir* Fifth Floor
u I :(j on r ht
md file th) ririnal
with tlw- dark
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IN THE ( IR( I IT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH Jt DK l\l
i IRCI IT IN \NH FOR
DADB COl STY, FLORIDA
I ml trtion
n.i BT-SISWfMI
EL BAR NO 604t.IT
S Kl Mil M \KK1 \i,I 01
I RAN< INI H SCI KK"i
BERT I BRi
NiiTK E OP V( THIN
hart Scurrj
inki
YOI IRE NOTtFIl D that a
. ... .JUTUUP-
ha.H ban Mad arain>t yon bj four
rifa and jrou ar.- rr.ju!r.M '.. fil. .i
ajr wntt.-n ilrfrnaea. if
an), with thr clerk of thin court.
with a cop) t.i four arife'i at
. ) .lai-k Werner Eaq II
Nl IH l'-rr N Miami Ht-rnch.
FLSS179 on or before .lul> Kth
1W<7 i* a .lefault will he .-nterrd
ufain>t VOB for the relief .leman.l
i^l in this petition
Oate.1 June 4th
Kli'HARD P BRINREB
\ Clara "f Said Court
B> Barhara Rodrurue?
Ai le|Kjt> Clerk
June IE IS
JuK :i 19H7
IN THE CIRCl'IT COIRT EOK
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number Mi-HM
Ditiaion 112
IN RE ESTATE OF
-\M MKK.MEI.STI IN
Den i~.-.:
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING
I \ I \1 B 0B DEMANDS
LGAINST THE \Ho\|
ESTATI \N|. \! i OTHER
PERSONS INTERESTED IN
Mil I -1 Ml
V O I IRE HEREBI
NOTIPIED it it th. In n
tioi at SAM
MERMELSTEIN Fil.
Nun n :- pending
i Ircuit i our for l'.ni.- i lountj
Florida Probata 11
' W Flakier
str.. Mian PL SS1SI The per
.. tab
.- PERRi \ MERMf LSI E IN
who iddn 100 Ho"
Ivenu) Apartment S Crai
Kd.-l. Ii
addreai tl
- A
III pel .
quired WITHIN rHREI RON
TH.- FROM Mil DATEOI Mil
FIRST PI BLICATION 'I THIS
nci
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n it will .-
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rd If tin
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maaV w II TUN
rHRI I MONTHS 1- ROM Mil
DATl "I TH I 111.
BLU ITION Of THIS
NOTICI
the) ma) ha. ..-"
A
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r tha ..
IT -In-tioti rd
ILI I l IIMS DEM INDS
INDOBJECTIi iNS NO! St I I'll.
ED WILL HI FOREVER
BARRED
11, f the I .'
thi Notice of Administration
...
PERRi \ MERMELSTEIN
\ PeraonaJ Repreaai tativc
of
SAM Ml RMELSTEIN
: taea i"--i
ITTORNEY IUK PI BSON \I
KEPKI M- NTAT1VI
LAW OFPIl I -
1 I GENI J WEISS
101 Uncoln k..i
M in lt.-a.-ii l i
I hone JoJ) 3 -
NOTICE I NDEK
Fit TIT KM S N \MI I \M
Ni iTK I IS HI RI B\ GIV in
that th.
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Richard < Wi
.lul.
NOTICB l NHEK
Fit TITIOI S NAME LAW
NOT* I 18 HEREBY GIV I N
that th- undaratgned h*airin|
'iraaf in buaai i Ht
SOUTH li'lN
PHARMACY intend- to laglf
said name with thr Cl.-rk aj th.
Circuit Court of Iha.tr Count)
llorvla
MARCOS HI RGOS
PRESIDENT
South Point. Pharma.>
June.'.. IS, IH M lneT
NOTICE DNDBR
FKT1TKH S NAME LAW
NOTHK is HEBEBV GIV1 N
that the undenurnct daaniag to
''lUPUrr in busi- (he fir
tltioui name Pan American
Finance intend-- t. najMar said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
C.Mirt of Iaii' Counts Florida
Audio Video Schi>l
ISTil June 12 II
July S, 1987
ELEVENTH CIRCITT CO! RT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
CASE NO: 87-10544 (20)
in RE The Marriage of
ALPREU8 CLAUDION a/k CLAUDION HLPRE1 S
Petiti
VERA INN CLAI DION
.i k
VERA \N.N ROBINSON
ILPR1
Reap leni
TO V ERA ann CLAUDION
.i K ;i
\ ERA INN
ROBINSON II IKI US
K.-siile'ir. unkl
~hall >er\. cop) of .our
> .-r t.. tha PatiOoi for I tin
Marriage u|" GEORGE
N|i HOLAS Attorne)
thwest 12th Aw- Miami Floi
33136, and file original with Curt
i llark on or baforc Jul) 10th, I -
Jum 4th ISB7
RICHARD BRINREB
HV Barbara Kiln>rue7
15777 June 12 I
Jul)
NOTICE I NHER
Fit TITIOI S N IME LAV.
I I IS III l;l Bi GIV l N
nder the I
N I \
I Nl lli\ LA GORDA ii
ER SI : I
. ntei
r with th.
, .. i in
I NEIDA GARl I \ OWNER
i
: '-
NOTICE I M)ER
Fit TITIOI B NAME LAW
I I- HI RI BV GIVI N
in buime inder th<
- BE/
CENTEI HK.i
ntei

\ Fl
MUM H \ Si HILLACI
lOWNKRl
.lu'
IN THE ( IR( I IT (DIRT FOR
Ii till ( Ol NTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
FILE NO M7-.1045
DIVISION 04
(Florida Bar N 0322301
IN ki ESTATI i 'l
BETn SHEPLOTT
I K^-eax^i
NOTK B OF
ADMINISTRATION
To ALL PERSONS HAVING
I 1. \ I MS 0B DEMANDS
AGAI N8T THE A Bov i:
ESTATE AND ALL OTHEB
PERSONS INTERESTED IN
SAID ESTATE
> i' I A KI HIREB1
NOTIPIED tha immntra
tl..n of the .-UN .1 BBTTl
SHi FLOn iu .f
Florida File
Numb.-rK7.to4'. hi pending ".
.ii 1 Hirt and for I hide
. Fkmda Pn .iwat. I in m
1. i. i oun
. I airthouac f3 Waal Pkt|
Street Miami
. >i addi
.
h-IoW
\ll !-
v
WITHIN M1KII. MON
HIS OF THE F IKS 1 PI HI I. \
: ION OP THIS NOTICE (1| all
' and 121
. rated pat
... .
.I thai i hattei
th.- will th. qualil the
paraonal rapn nmai i .r
lu-tiori ..I -
IU CLAIMS DEMANDS
INDOBJEi TIONS Nol SOFTL
ED WILL HI PORBVIB
HARKED
Perxinal Biiiwaariilalira
MOSES J GBI NDWEBG
44 W r'lajrler S(r-t Suite blMI
Miami. Florida 83130
First publication of this notice of
admimstratHm HI the 'J6 day of
June 1BS7
Moaes J (ruralweri:
Of I-aw Offices of
Moses.I i;ki NDWEBG, P A
II West Flatrler St Suite Mm
Miami, ETonda SS1S0
(SOB) S71-4419
Attorney for I ...-aortal
Kepreaentativr
lfihiy June 26. July 3. 1987


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Foreclosure Salem Public Notices
NO ^'i OK ACTION
COtaVa. CT1VI SERVICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH Jl'DHTAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Artioa No 87-23300
FAMILY DIVISION 21
NOTICE BY PCBLICATION
IN RE: The Marriage of
ADR1ANA PELAES,
Petitioner
and
ANTONIO EDUARDO
RODRIGUEZ.
Respondent
TO ANTONIO EDCARDO
RODRIGUEZ
IsmaeJ Bueno
S61 URB ING
San Martin Dc Porrea
Lima. Peru
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that a petition for Diasolu
tton of Marnafe ha* been filed and
commenced in thi* court and you
are required to aerve a copy of.
your written defenaea. if any. to it
on MELVTN J ASHER. ESQ. at
torney for Petitioner, whoee ad- (
draaa i 825 South Bayahore Drive. !
Suite 543. Miami. FL 33131. and
file the original with the derk of
the above styled court on or before
July 3rd. 1987. otherwise a default
will be entered against you for the
relief prayed for in the complaint
or petition
WITNESS my hand and the teal
of maid court at Miami Florida on
thi* 29th day of May. 1987
RICHARD P BRINKER
Aa Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade i 'ounty. Florida
By John Branda
Aa Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal) ,
15769 June 5. 12. 19. 26. 1987'
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OP FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Artiaa Na. 87-27211 06
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE THE MARRIAGE OF
USA TAMAYO.
Petitioner ^WuV.
and
ANGEL TAMAYO.
Raapondant/H uaband
TO, ANGEL TAMAYO
Raadanrr. Unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY
NOTIFIED that an action for|
Daaohitioti of Marnage baa been
filed against you and you are re-
quired to aerve a copy of your writ-
ten dfanaea, if any, to it on LUIS
VIDAL. ESQ.. attorney for Peb-
uonar. whoee address 1840 Waat
49* Street Suite 106 Hialaah
Florida 23012. and file the original
with the dark of the above atyied
court on or before Jury 24. 1987
otharwiM a default will be entered
agaanat you for the relief demand
ad in the complaint or petition.
Thai notice ahall be pubhahed
one* each week for four con-
aacutive week* in THE JEWISH
FLORID1AN
WITNESS my hand and the asai
of laid court at Miami. Florida on
thai 22 day of June. 1987
RICHARD P BRINKER
A. Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. ftonda
By E SEIDI.
Aa Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
LUIS VIDAI. ESQ
1840 Weat 49th Street Suite 105
Hialaah. Ftonda 33012
By mm vidai.. nq
Attorney for Petitioner
16816
July 3. 10. 17. 198
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
GENERAL
JURISDICTION
DIVISION
CASE NO. 87-21187(17)
NOTICE OF ACTION
FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK OF
MIAMI. AS TRUSTEE FOR THE
DADE COUNTY HOUSING
FINANCE AITHORITY.
Plaintiff
ODELL GOODMAN. JR.. and
BRENDA GOODMAN, his wife.
Defendant*
TO BRENDA GOODMAN
Residence Unknown
You are hereby notified that an
action to foredoae a mortgage on
the following property in Dade
County. FWida
Lot 19. Block 5. of the
BROADMOOR MANOR, ac
cording to the Plat thereof.
a* recorded in Plat Book 10,
Page 29. of the Public
Records of Dade County.
Florida.
ha> been filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any. to it
on Sheppard Faber. Attorney for
Plaintiff, whose address is Suite
214. 1570 Madmga Avenue. Coral
Gablea. Florida. 33146 on or before
Jury 17th. 1987. and file the
original with the derk of this court
either before service on Plaintiffs
attorney or immediately
thereafter, otherwise a default will
be entered against you for the
relief demanded in the complaint
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of this court this 10th day of June.
1987
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clark of the Court
By Barbara Rodnguet
Aa Deputy Clark
15796 June 19. 26.
JuryS. 10. 1987
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, desiring t"
t-ngagv in business under the fie
tiuous name I.igi Trading at I
NW 36 St Room 300. Miami. Fla
33166 intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida
Patricia Londono
6820 Indian Creek Dr
Apt 205 .
Miami Beach. Fla 33141
15752 May 29.
June 5. 12. 19. 1987
NOTICE UNDER
picrmous name law
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the laiiawaajiiirl. Jawing to
engage in buauieas under the ftc-
tiuou* names Modem Investment*
Limited Underwriters In
veatmeaU Dominion Realty at
1000 Pone* de Leon Boulevard
Coral Gable*. Florida 33134 in
tends to register said name* with
the Clark of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida S31S4.
DOMINION COMPANIES. INC
By* Howard R Downee. President
Bruce M. Boiko. Eaq
LAW OFFICES OF BRUCE M
BOIKO
Attorney* for Dominion Com
paniea. Inc.
1000 Pone* d* Leon Boulevard
Suite 212
Coral Gabla*. Florida 33134
(305)446-6464
15799 June 19. 26;
JuryS. 10. 1987
DM THE CIRCUIT COURT.
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA
Case N*. 87-ISUt CA-24
NOTICE OF ACTION
NORWEST FINANCIAL
AMERICA. INC .
Plaintiff.
ELEVENTH CIRCUIT COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PC CASE NO: 87-21966
IN RE The Marriage of
JESUS EDUARDO RUSINQUE
Petitioner 'II uaband
v*.
LUZOMAIKA RUSINQUE
Raapondent/Wife
TO LUZ OMAIRA RUSINQUE
Coiaaguro* Norte.
Btoque 16. Apt 608
Buearamnga. Santander
Cotorr-bia
shall aerve copy of your Answer tof
the Petition for IWaohiOon of Mar
nage upon GEORGE NICHOLAS
Attorney. 612 N W. 12th Avenue
Mara Florida. SS1S6. and file
orkrmal with Court Clerk on or
before Jury 10th. 1987. otherwise a
default will be entered
June 4th. 1987
RICHARD BRINKER
y Barbara Rodngtn
June 12 19.26
JuryS. 1987
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, desiring to
engage in business under the fic-
titious name La Salamandre in
tends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida
TKP Associate*. Inc
16800 June 19. 26.
July 3. 10. 1987
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, desiring to
engage in business under the fie
titious name FIGUEREDO
SOUTH LEASING at 1601 S.W
107th Avenue, in the City of
Miami. Florida, intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County
Florida
Dated at Miami. Florida this 4th
day of June. 1987
FIGUEREDO SOUTH. INC
BY Francisco Figueredo.
President
1601 S W 107th Avenue
Miami. Florida 33174
SHEA A GOLD
Attorney for Applicant
PAUL M MARMISH. PA
1428 Hrvkeil Avenue. Suite 700
Miami. Ftonda SS131
15783 June 12 19. 26.
JuryS. 1987
MARY HAWKINS, et al*.
Defendants
TO Mary Hawkins, a. a a Mary A
Hawkins
207 Race Street
Everman. Texas 76140
You are hereby notified that the
foregoing action to foredoae a
.-"T^ mortgage on the following deacnb
ed property in Dade Cojnty
Florida
Lot Sixteen (16) in Block
Thirty Eight (S8> of FIRST
ADDITION TO MYRTLE
GROVE according to the Plat
thereof aa recorded in Plat
Book Fifty Seven (57) at
Page Two (2) of the Public
Record* of Dade County.
Florida
also known aa 3291 N W 172 Ter
race. Miami. Florida 33064
You are required to aerve a copy
of your written defenses if any. to
and on Elbe* L Miller. Plaintiff.
attorney at 980 Arthur Godfrey
Road. Suite 116. Miami Beach.
Florida 33140 on or before July 10.
1987 and file the original with the
Clerk of that Court, otherwise
default will be entered against you
for the relief demanded by plaintiff
in iU suit te foredoae and
mortgage
Dated thai 2 day of June. 1987
Rirhan. P Bnnker
By: Barbara Rodnguet
Deputy Clark
15774 June 5. 12 19 26 1987
DM THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
CASE NO. 8*-28271 (CA21)
NOTICE OF ACTION
NEW METROPOLITAN
FEDERAL SAVINGS AND
LOAN ASSOCIATION.
Plaintiff
MARIA J PARRA DEL RIEGO
B if she is alive and if ah* i
dead, all of the unknown beirs.
devisee*, grantees *aiign***.
Iienholderv creditors, trustees or
otherwise, dainung by. through.
under or against MARIA J
PARRA DEL RIEGO B and all
other parties having or claiming
to have any right, title or interest
m and to the foredoaure herein,
et at.
Defendants
TO. MARIA PARRA DEL RIEGO
B.. reaidence unknown, it
alive, and if dead, to all of the
unknown heirs, devisees
grantee*, assignees
lienholders. creditors.
trustees or otherwise, claim
ing by. through, under or
against the said MARIA
PARRA DEL RIEGO B and
all other parties having or
claiming to have any right, ti
tie or interest in and to th
property under forerloaurt
herein
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an
action to foredoae a mortgage on
the following deaenbed property ir
Dade County, Flonda
Lot 7. leas the East 12 feet of
McCAHILLS BLUEBIRD
IAKE PARK according to
the Plat thereof as recorded
in Plat Book 64. at Page 116.
of the Public Record* of Dade
County. Flonda
ha* been filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any, to it
on Keith. Mack. Lewi* a Allison
Plaintiffs attorneys, whoee ad
draaa is HI N.E 1st Street
Miami Flonda S31S2. on or before
July 17. 1987. and file the original
with the Clerk of this Court either
before service on Plaintiff i 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 seal of
this Court on the 9 day of June
1987
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk of the Court
By BARBARA RODRIGUEZ
Deputy Clerk
15787 June 12. 19.26.
JulyS 19T7
IN THE CIRCUIT CO! RTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRC TIT OF FLORIDA
IN AND FOR DADE COUMTl
GENERAL
JURISDICTION
DIMSION
CASE NO. 87-20040 CA-24
NOTICE OF ACTION
PROFESSIONAL SAVINGS
BANK fV. DIXIE
NATIONAL BANK
Plaintiff.
MABEL C.ILDA
WTII.l.EUMIF.R. et al.
Defendants
TO MABEL C.ILDA
WUILLLEI M1ER
Residence Unknown
If alive, and if dead, all parties
claiming interest by through
under or against MAH1 I.
C.ILDA WriLLEUMIER
and all parties having or
claiming to have any right, ti
tie or interest in the property
herein deaenbed
You are hereby notified that ar
action to forrvlov a mortgage
the Mow lug property ,r> DAM
Cuntv Flonda
Lot I Block 1" AL' -V
It UNT aco>r.tmg to the list
thereof, a* recorded ir. Plat
Book 116 at Page 4.' /the
PuUir Record* of I ade ('nun
t> Florida
has'heen filed against yon and rov
are required to serve a OOP]
your wntten defenses if any to it
on Sheppard Faber Attorney tor
Plaintiff, whose address i Suite
214 1570 Madruga Avenue ("oral
Cable* Flonda. 33 |4toa or before
Julv 17th 1987 and file the
original with the cierk at this court
either before service on Plaintiff l
attorney or immediately
u^ereafter otherwise a default will
be entered against you for the
relief demanded in the complaint
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of this court thi* 10th day of June
1987
RICHARD P BRINKER
A* Clark of the Court
By Barbara Rodnguet
Aa Deputy Cterk
15794 June 19. 26
JuryS 10 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 Artiea
Na. 87-24431 (06)
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE THE MARRIAGE <>F
BRESUUANE AMBRE8SNA
TARVER
Petitioner "Wife
and
JAMES E TARVER
Reepnndenlrl uaband
TO JAMES E TARVER
RESIDENCE UNKNOWN
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that an action for Duaohi
uon of Marriage has been filed
against you and you are required
to serve a ropy of your wntter,
defenses if any t" it on DAVID S
BERGER stu-rnev fBJ Petitioner
whose addrea* is 100 N Hiacayn*
Blvd v. Miami FL 33132
and file the original with the clerk
of the above styled court < or
before July 10, 1*<7 otherwise a
default will he entered against you
for the relief demanded in the com
plaint or petition
This notice shall t puN.sne.1
nce each aeet f,,r f.sir oM
seculive wee* m THE JEWISH
FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand arl the teal
of said csjrt at Miami Florvla i
this 4 of June ISEI
RICHARD I' BRISKER
As Clerk Circuit Coarl
lade Cuntv Florvta
H. 1 Nesdl
Al Ileputy Osfa
Circuit Cowl Sean
DAVID B BERGER
100 N Biscay ne Bred N
Miami. FL 3
Attorney for Petitioner
IBIM June 12 1 #,
July 3 1987
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
engage in business under the fir
tiuous name Tama's Shoes and
HaiKlhag, D>, and Reftrush at
2615 Ponce de Leon Blvd Muuru
FL 33134 intend* U. register *aid
lame with the Clerk of the I
ourt of Dade County. Florida
Tania Oropea*
li77 June 19.26
Juh 3. 10. 1987
NOTICE UNDER
Fit TITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY QTVEN
that the undersigned, desinng to
engage in buainea* under the fir
titioui name FIGUEREDO
1H LEASING at ISM I W
|07ta Avenue in the City of
Miami Florida, intends U> register
said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County.
Flonda
Dated at Miami. Flonda. this 4th
lay of June. 1987
FrGUEREDO SOUTH. INC
BY Francisco Figueredo.
President
1601 S W 107th Avenue
Miami. Flonda 3S1S4
SHEA A GOULD
Attorney for Applicant
PAULM MARMISH PA
142* Rnckeil Avenue Suite 700
Miami. Florida 33131
June 12. 19,26.
JuryS. 1987
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, desinng M
engage in husmea* under the fir
Mm name MIAMI MEDICAL
PLY t IltM SW 47th Street
Miami Flonda intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit ('ourt "f lade Cotnty
Florida
MIAMI MIDI' M
ELECTRONM I IN
7If* SW 47th Street
Miami Florida S3155
M June 12. 19. 2*.
July 3 1987
IN THE CIRCUIT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRC ITT OF FLORIDA
IN AND FOE DADE COUNTY
GENERAL
JURISDICTION
DIVISION
CASE NO S7.2SM(II)
NOTICE OF ACTION
<;MAC MORTGAGE CORPORA
TION OF PA f/kva COLONIAL.
MORTGAGE SERVICE
COMPANY
PlainbfT
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SrKyM
(NO PROPERn
WTHE CIRCUIT COURT m
THE ELEVENTH j, M,T. ?
CIRCUIT OF rlOR, 'V
AND FOR da UK,,;,!' ,N
Civil Acttea N -7-25127 I
ACTION FOR mssoLUTION
OF MARRIai.F
IN RE THE MARRIAGE 01
JULIA RTVEEON
Petitioner'Wif,
and
JUAN RAUL RUKRiiV
(X1NZAI.E7.
Respondent. H jshaM
TO JUAN RAUL KIMRms
GONZALEZ
Cerrada S la/VkMa
y San Ramon
Havana CUr*
YOU ARE H R R f R \
NOTIFIED that ar *-,.-.
iHsaolutmn of Marriage ka
filed against you and v., ^ ^
quired U. serve > ...
ten defense* If an, to rt a
VIDAI. uq .
tioner wtwwe addres..
49th Street 9
Flonda and file the ......
the derk of the ab .
on hef.^e J. ,
wa a default .
against (naj
ed in the compla." ,.
Thi* notice sn*. .
.wee each wee, -
erutive weeki A ...
FLORnHAN
WITNESS Bjq u ... w^
4 said court at M*- | ^.u .
this 9 day of June -'
RI'HARD L BRINKER
As Clerk I -
Dade County r a
By T CASAMA0
A I>eput i r
(Cwcutt Court Sea.
LUIS VIDAI. ESsi
1840 Waat 49th Street la* \<*
Hialaah. Flonda
Attorney far Petittoner
15798 June 12 '. H
JurjJ Itfl
CYNTHIA BUTLER et al.
DafendanU
TO ROSS B KENZIE a* arm
sag DwwetorrTrttata* of Steed
M.etgage Company a daanrv
ed Flonda Corporation
545 Mair Street
Buffalo New York
rOU ARE NOTinED that an
aruon far Foredoaure of Mortgage
on the following described
property
Lot 24 Block 4. LESLIE
ESTATES SECTION 1 ac
cordmg to the Plat thereof
as recorded m Plat Book M.
Page 64 of the Public
Record* of Dad* County.
Flonda
has been ftssd again** you and you
are required u aerve a copy of
your written defenaea if any. 'o it.
on Stuart H CritaJU. Attorney for
Plaintiff whoa* addria* a Suite
-14 1570 Madruga Av* Coral
(.able* FWida. S3144 on or before
Jury 17 ir and file the orartnaJ
witr the ("lerk of thi* Court either
heforr avrae on llaintiffs al
torney aj immediatery thereafter
therwaw a default will he entered
against aaj '..* the rebef demand
ed in the nenplaint
WTTNI >nd and the seal of
this t ourt this Wi day RICHARD P BRINKER
Ai '"lerk .f the Court
B> 1 SewS
^ Iwputi Clerk
June 12. 19 26
JulyS 1987
NOTICE UNDER
FICTTTIOl S NAME LAW
NOTrCI IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned daanng to
engage in Nannea* under the At
titMNis name* of I leveiupment
Aaawtance (;roup Itoaauaon Ap
pnuaal Servirea, Domauoa Mor
dagv Corp S,mth Doaunson
Management Servirea Doaainton
Mortgage ( orporabon. Dominion
Inauranre Hueauuun Land A True
Dominion Construction Corp .
Domuon Eiport Company at
1000 Ponce a* Leon Boulevard
*J 'iabiaa. Flonda SSIS4 sntend
U> register said name* with taw
<"k*rk of the Circuit Court of Dade
I "'MINION COMPANIES. INC
H. Howard R Downe* V mini
Bruce M Boako Eaq
1-AW OFFICES OF
BRUCE M BOIKo
Attorney* for Dotaaaoa Coa>
inie* Inr
1000 Ponce De Leon Bred
oral Gabksa. Ftonda SS1S4
'106I445 54&4
15H1 Aawa.lS.lS.Sa.IM7
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRIXTIVE SEIVia
(NO PRoriETTl
in the ciHcurr ccxet or
THE ELEVENTHJUWCUL
CTRCITTOF FlOUDt I>
AND FOR DADE OSawfl
(ml Artiea
Na. 17-21::t :
ACTION FOB DI8S0LITK*
OF MARRIAGI
IN RE THE MAKKJAi.E (>f
Y ADIRA LOAIZA
Petitioner "W '.,
and
CARLOS k DRICl'EI
RET ANA.
Reapoodent. H -.>:
TO Carlos Rodra-jet kXam
Apart** K ISM
Saa Joe* I aW Ra
YOU AR1 HERXB1 NCm
FIED that ar afl for las.
uon of Marruurr aaj Ceec Me!
against you arl | r -vowc
to aarve a ajaj >"-' ^"*,
g4JMaaa if ar
VIDAI. B8%] naj h* cit-
tioner whu*e aAlrrw ls4v *
49th Street I **
Florida, and Bm Ih* rgaa
the derk afaW lb Bradawl
on or before J. .
snae a aataaJt *,rt
against you sal UN ft J*aal
ed in the c f ;
This notice awJ J"^***
once each --
aajaaw aaaai -
FlJiRIDIAN
wnvi ^
.^aud aj
that 9th Ja. "'
RXHARI "*ff-
AaCaai
Dade Gouat) u
H. :
v
(Circuit Court -
his vidai I g
1M0 West I
Suite 106
Haueah. t\-r*U
Attornev'
15799
ii
7
i.
NOTICE I M>E
FVirnotmNAMEiAV
NOTR-i: a HFRIH> '""
thai the under**-"*! ^Ty
engage businew ^ j.
tiuous name Ar I '^i__
;3 street a-
to rarater sa f
lerk of the r sirtof^
'oaaty FV*la
C|t Flaming' i
Sy caadroT ,
A'oarw, for CV. Pj-f, "


Foreclosure Sale* Public Notices
Friday. June 26, 1987/The Jewish Floridian Page 15-B
IN THK CIRCUIT COURT
OK THE 11TH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT. IN AND KOR
DADE COUNTY. KLORIDA
(.KNERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
CASE NO. 07-10040 ICA 121
NOTICE OK ACTION
KI.AOLER KEDERAL
SAVINGS AND LOAM
\>S.m IATION OF MIAMI.
i Mtad Statea Corporation
PUinUfT
VNTONIOCARDET. et al .
IWntluiU
It) ANTONIO CARDET.
as Trust**
30 Shore Drift North
Miami. Klonda 33133
YOU ARK: NOTIFIED that an
.-U"n to foredoee a mortgage on
. Ml..wingderrihed property in
,-^.u- i ounty. Florida
VISTA DEL LAGO
CONDOMINIUM
PHASE V
\ portion of Tract "A"
\ISTA PASEoS" according
plat thereof, as recorded
it Ho.* 111 at I'airr HI of
. IjNk- Records of [kadr
Klonda. being more
ularly described as
-
IMBH at the Northeast
of said Tract "A".
. .south 63 degree* 01
-.- I feet, thence S.jth t*
> minute* 54 seconds
far 150 00 feet, thence
Nsjtr. *7 .legrees (XI minutes
.*.*>ds Wrat f'W 299 54
n.'m-r South 57 .legrees
l minutes 00 seconds West '. *
" fret to the Point >(
S.-ginning of the following
-ihel parrel .>f land, thence
1 ORaTaai 06 minutes
anoaatj West for 166 71
said last mentioned five
,rse being coinodcnl with
Northerly boundary ',n of
awd Trart A ". thence South
legree* 54 minutes 00
i Ant for 13* 51 feet
I South 44 degree* 59
-% .'4 second* West for
- feet, thence South IK
17 minutes 49 seconds
f..r 99 89 fart, thence
45 JafTsts 00 minutes
.-unds Kaat fur lilt _-i>
fax -hence South 0 dtgrna) 00
itaa 36 second* East for
feet, thence North I
V*rr.*rs S9 minutes 24 second*
alone the Southerly
. Ur> hne of a>l Trart
V 467 51 feet thence
Wree 00 minute-* 36
nest lot 00 feet.
N r*.h MV de-gree-.
I d* Kast '
fa**] thence North 0
minutes 36 second.
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,-h 14 legrees
I ..< I H
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sjumstai n Baa
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21 !- East
thence
10 mnutr* |
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: Bagu raag rjra***| anil
factm If Township
Itll K.iaWKul Dad.
>da
VISTA I'M. I Ai.o
I 'IMMIMIM1 M
prase vi
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lai thereof a. reor.le.1
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( I >a.tt-
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' as
A
ma at the Northeast
' .aid T- .
^uth 63 degree, ul
nda West for
M South 00
"*VT"" Itaa 54 seor.1*
S- feet, thervv
k*frwi 00 minute.
Waal f.f :'. ..
ith 57 degree*
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'*> miutes 1*) seconds
1 feet to the
; fWmrung ol the
I* dearnbad parrel of
I 'hence .-..ntinue North To
' mmutea 00 second*
1 feet, thence
* Wgre*, .16 m.nu'e.
"da Weat for 220 47
1 last mentioned arvan
'ng c-ncsdent wtth
harty b,Hin.Wy line of
*1 Tract A |. thence South
< ciegrees 24 minutes 00
seconds East for 203 II f.t-t
trn-nce South 45 .legr,*, 00
minutes 36 seconds Ka.it far
178 00 feet, thence South 44
West for 13 3;, fw., thmer
South 45 .legrees 00 minutes
3> seconds Eaat for 106 79
feet, thence South 0 degrees 00
minutes 36 seconds Eaat for
13 75 feet, thence South K9
degrees 59 minutes 24 accords
West for 40 75 feet, thence
South 0 degrees 00 minutes 36
eronds East for 43 00 feet
thence North H9 .legrees 59
minutes 24 second. East, along
the Southerly boundary line of
sa*i Tract A., for 126 00 feet
trnc North 0 degrees 00
minutes .36 seconds Weat fur
~* 73 feet, thence North 4.'.
degrees 00 minute* 36 seconds
West f, lOSIO fe,.t thence
North 18 .legrees 37 minute.
49 seconds Kast for 99 89 feet
thence North 44 .iegrw-
minutes 24 se.-on.ls Kast for
90 00 feet, thence North |0
t>rrees 54 minutes mi asjeonll
Ka-.t for IMftl faM to tn.-
I'oint of Beginning lying u^
brinj( in Section |_\ Township
4 SoHtk, Rang* so Baal Dad*
I ounty Klorvla
VISTA DEI. LAfiO
CONDOMINIUM
I'HASK VII
\ portion of Tract -A"
VI8TA/PA8EOS" v-ronling
to the plat ther..,f r***ardad
in ITat B.* II.'. at Pgga g| ,(
the Public ttaaardi 4 \H.ic
t -Kinty rlonda being man
particularly de.rrit.ed as
follows
("ommence at the Northeast
aaraar >f ) tract A".
thence South 6.1 legr.^~i 01
minutes 09 seconds West f.>r
74 19 feet thence South 86
degrees 56 minutes ,'>4 se.
West for 150 00 feet, thence
South 67 'tcgrr*-* .> minutes
00 sreoodr W.-st far U*M
feet, thence .South 57 degrees
45 minutes 00 vc.in.ts Weat for
OH feet, thence North 70
legrees '*> minutes 00 seconds
"l for 111 fast; them-e
Snjth 54 degree. 36 minuses
i* seconds West for BO I
feet, to the PaM >f Beginning
of the following .lescnbrd
par<-el .if land U.en.e eoatanoji
S.uth Ml ia*sjra*M M n-.m .'.
00 vcorsts We-- f r B3.64
fc-t (saul Last mentionnl -
.-.Kirv. heinif etaaodaM with
the Northerly t*in.tar> line of
sa>-l Tr.-t A I. thence .South
1 legrees 0"l minute*
da h.' I 01 I
thencr Saudi 10 sssjraai "1
minutes .14 aacDada Kast I -
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PBASI vill
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to the piat there-.f '
in Put Bonk lit Bl Pig" -
the PulJi. RaiMWii ( Ia.le
t'.Hjnty H-imla. boaMJ I
particular!) as
falowa
I'.wmiwr at the Northeast
comer of sai-l Tract \
then.-e South 01 .U-grees o|
minute* .> *> fct
I feet theno- S>uth M
.tegree* .">6 minute- >4 *.**.nls
West for I 10 00 faH thence
S.*jth 67 degrees .si minutes
00 seconds Weat fa> M
fet them-e .South II ilegrisrs
I nunuteaOO aecon-U West f.r
202 00 feet -hen.. North 70
tegree* 06 minutes tW seconds
Weat for 4IL' fret, thence
South 54 degree* 36 minute*
00 sarunds Weat f.* 461101
faM to the PoiM of Beginning
of the following descril.*!
parcel of land, thence continue
Boat* 54 degrees 36 minutes
00 seconds West for 192 99
feet, thence South 46 degrees
11 minute* 02 seconds Weat.
radial to the next described
.^.urse for 40 51 feet, thence
Southeasterly along a circular
curve to the left having a
radius of 2360 00 feet and a
central angle of 14 degrees 12
minutes 36 seconds for an arc
distance of 586 31 feet, thence
North 31 degree* 58 minutes
26 seconds Kaat. radial to the
last described curve, for 200 00
faM (said last mentioned ten
courses bring coincident with
the boundary line of Tract
"A"). thence North 58 degrees
01 minute* 34 seconds West for
107 47 feet, thence North 45
.legrees 00 minutes 36 seconds
Waal for 397 89 feet to the
Point of Beginning, lying and
being in Section 12. Township
4 South Range 39 Kast, Da.It-
County. Florida
ha* been filed against you and y. u
are required to serve a copy of
your written defense if any. to it
.n Koith Mark. Lawfej 4 Allison.
Plaintiffs attorneys, whose ad
dress is 111 N.I 1st Street.
Miami. Ktdhda SSItt, on or before
July .'4. 1987, and file the original
with the ( 3ark of this Court either
-re -rv1(..... Plaintiffs at
torney. ,.r immediately thereafter.
therw ise a tlefault will he entcr.sl
against you for the relief .lemand
.-.) in the ..niplainl
WITNESS my nan.1 and seal of
this Court on the 16 day of June
1987
RICHARD P BUNKER
Clerk of the Court
By BARBARA RODRIOUEZ
Deputy Clerk
"^^ June 19. .'6
July 3 10. 1987
NOTICE OK ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY 1
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OK
THK ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF KLORIDA. IN
AND KOR DADE COUNTY
Ctrl Artioa No 87-10740 FT 18
AtTlON FOR DISSOLUTION
OK MARRIAGE
IN RE The Marriage of
MARGARITA DALDO
Petitioner
and
LADI8LA0 DAL 18)
Kespomlent
in I.AIUSI.AO DALDO
Kesxl.-n.-e Inknown
YOU ARE HEREBY
NOTIFIED that an action for
Ihvtolution .f Marriage has baafl
filtsl against you an.1 jrtN are re
.juiri.i:.. aarva aoopj of your writ
lafanaaa if any. u> it ob
9HER BKVN ESQUIRE, at
tome} for peti'ioner arhoae a.1
2301 CoOin* Kit Suite
M .- V in Baadl Honda SSI B
Bjlnal with the clerk
:. u- styled curt on or
r July 04 1081 otherwise a
. .it will t- entered against you
el l.-manded in thecom
plamt or petition
|U ptiblishtsl
each wwk for f.Kir con
aaaka in 1MK JEWISH
KLORIDI \N
WtTNl SS my hatv.1 and the seal
rt at M Florida on
- : ,. I u
RICH VRD P BRINEBR
\. -. I ourt
Iks.!.- County, Klontla
!.. BARBARA RODRIGUEZ
\- Deput) Clark
irt s.-ii
SHI R BRYN ESQUIRE
\.. 3aMa M
Mian Bead rlonda S81S0
\o ner
l I June SO
July 1 1" 17
soTIi E UNDER
rTCTTTIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the un.lersigntsl desiring to
isisinesa un Uttous i*n>e lomputer l*rei-am
Nl I Street. North
Mian,. Bl ? BIOS intends to
regi*tcr said name snttl the ('lerk
,.f the Circuit Court of DadaCaan
t> Klontla
lira Tamir Ihiwr
Paul hwi"
Karttaaj Kiaaa Schemberg.
I- A
Attorney for Ora Tamir
4.ii Lincoln R.a.l
Miami Beach flontU MISO
1081 Ju'
July I 10 IT, 1907
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OK
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT. IN AND KOR
DADE COUNTY. KLORIDA
GENERAL
JURISDICTION
DIVISION
CaaeNa. 87-12010 CA 00
NOTICE OF ACTION
FEDERAL NATIONAL MOR
TCiAGE ASSIXMATION. a United
State* corporation.
Plaintiff
v
JOHN W WARREN. JR a/k/a
JOHN WILSON WARREN. JR..
and the unknown spouse heirs,
ieviaeea. grantee*, creditors, or
>ther parties claiming by. through,
under or against him.
CHRISTINE WARREN a/k/a
CHRISTINE R WARREN.
TRAVELERS INSURANCE
COMPANY, a Connecticut cor
poration. SCOTT C DONALS.
PRISCILLA L DONALS; and IL
EANA MARTINEZ.
Defendanta
TO John W Warren. Jr a/k/a
John Wilson Warren, Jr .
whoee residence is unknown,
and the unknown parties who
may be spouses, heirs,
devisees, grantees, assignees.
Iienors. creditor*, trustees
and all parties claiming in
terest by. through, uader or
against said Defendant, who
are not known to he dead or
alive, and all parties having or
claiming to have any right, ti
tie. or interest in the pn>perty
herein de*cnl>ed
YOU ABE NOTIKIEI) that an
action to forecloae a mortgage on
the following property in Dadr
County. Kl.mda
Lot 3. in Block 8. of MYR
TLB GROVE, according to
the Plat thereof, as recorded
in Plat Book 53. at Page 00,
of the Public Records of Dade
County. Florida
has been filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of
your wntten defenses, if any. to it
on Mindy C Funk. Eaquire. of
BoaenthaJ A Yarchin. PA. At
lomeys for Plaintiff. Suite 800.
3060 Biacayne Boulevard. Miami.
rlonda 33137. on or before July
3rd. 1987. and to file the original
with the Clerk of this Court either
before service on Plaintiff at
torneys or immediately thereafter.
otherwise, a default will be entered
sgatnst yni for the relief demand
ed in the ('omplaint
WITNESS my hand and seal of
this Court on 27th May. 1987
RICHARD P BRINKER.
Clerk
By Barbara Kodnguez
Deputy Clerk
15767 June 5. 12. 19. 26. 1987
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OK I
THE ELEVENTH Jl DICIAL
* CIRCUIT OP KLORIDA IN
AND KOR DADE COUNTY
GENERAL
JURISDICTION
DIVISION
(ASK NO 87-24461 CA-23
NOTICE OF ACTION
NKWOKI.D BANK KoR
SAVINGS f/k i
CHARLESTOWN SAVINGS
HANK
itiff
\-
ROBERT I. Ii NKAR.
at ai
Defendanta
To GEORGIA HIGHER
EDUCATION
ASSISTANCE
CORPORATION
' E Exdtarare Plan
Suite BM
Tucker GA I00S4
YOU ARK NOTIFIED that an
action for Foractoaura of Mortgaga
on the following daacf
prtspartj
Lot SO Block 1
LA KE WOOD ESTATES, ac
or.iing to the Plat thensof
raaorOad in Plat Book 75. t
Page 84 of the Public
Racank of Dada Coaatj
H..n.U
has aaaa fii~l again-.t vi! ^ind fan
are rtsjuirt*! to HTN .1 copy ,,f
your wntten defenses, if any. to it
OK Stuart H Citliti. Attorney for
Plaintiff, whose atltlr.-. i- SuiU-
214. 1610 Madruga Avenue. Coral
(iaitles Florida SSIOOonor hafnia
July 17th. 1987 and file the original
with the I lerk of thi> i ourt either
before x-ryicc ,.n Plaintiffs at
tnmey or imimshately thereafter,
otherwise a default will ba entered
against y.m for the relief .lemarMl
tsl in the complaint
WITNESS my hand ami the seal
of this Court this 12th day of June
1987
Rl' HARD P BRINKKR
A* Clerk 4 the Court
By Barbara R.-lnguci
As IVputy Clerk
"W"8 June 19. 26.
July :v 10 1981
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT KOR
DADE COUNTY. KLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
Kile Namber 87 27S1
Diviaion 03
IN RE KSTATE OP
BERTHA STALLMAN
Deeeasetl
NOTICE OK
ADMINISTRATION
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING
CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
AGAINST THE ABOVE
ESTATE AND ALL OTHER
PERSONS INTERESTED IN
THK ESTATE
YOU ARE HEREBY
NOTIFIED that the administra
tion of the estate of Bertha
Stall man. deceased. Kile Number
87 2751, is pending in the Circuit
Court for Dade County. Klonda.
Probate Division, the address of
which is 73 W Klagier Street,
Miami, PL 33130 The personal
representative of the estate is
Mildred S Sherer. whose address
i* 18041 Biscayne Blvd No 602,
N Miami Beach PL 33160 The
name and address of the personal
representative's attorney are set
forth below
All persons having claims or
tlcmands against the estate are re
quired. WITHIN THREE M')N
TH8 KROMTHK DATE OP THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OP THIS
NOTICE, to file with the clerk of
the above court a written state
ment of any claim or demand they
may have Each claim must In- in
wnting ami must indicate the basis
for the claim, the name and ad
dn^s* of the creditor or his agent or
attorney, ami the amount claim.-1
If the claim is not yet due. the .late
when it will become due shall he
stated If the claim is contingent or
unliquidated, the nature of the
uncertainty shall be stated If the
claim is secured, the secunty shall
be deaenbed The claimant shall
deliver sufficient copies of the
claim 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 ha lrn
mailed are required WITHIN
THREE MONTHS KROM THK
DATE OP THK FIRST
PUBLICATION OP THIS
NOTICE, to file any objection*
they may have that challenge the
validity of the decedent's will the
qualifications of the personal
representative, or the venue or
junsdictn.n of the tsnirt
ALL CLAIMS DEMANDS
AND OBJECTIONS NOT SO PIL
BD WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED
Data of the first publication of
this Notice of Administration
June SB, ISO
Miktrad s Sharai
As Personal Representative
of the Batata of
Bertha Stallman
I kwaaaad
ATTORNEY For PERSON II
REPRSENTATI\ (
Henry M Wmt/.kin
twin 71at Stree-
PO Bo. 41 4i.'tl
Miami Beach. PL SS14I
Telephone fSOfi.) M
10812 Jim.
NOTICE UNDER
KICTITIOl s NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERI B> GIVEN
that the undersign.*! .lesiring to
engage in Imsm.-. imler the fir
uttoui i*am riofaaaaiiial Travel
Natasari Uton R.m1
Miami Beach PI SSI44) intends to
ragiater sanl name with the i lerk
of the Circuit < "urt of llatle I OUD
I) Homla
Pacific Intern.itional Travel
Paul Kwttnaj
Kwitaaj Kroop A Sohrarnberg
ISO I.inch, i
MiHfni Bench IH SSI IS
Attarnej for
Pacific Irternational Traval
I "'"I June IS 10 80
July S. ISO
AFFIDAVIT UNDER
KHTITIOl S NAME STATI TK
STATE OF KLORIDA)
COUNTY OF DADE I
The undersigned untk-r oath
It is the inU-ntion of the
undersigned to engage m a
btaafMM enterjm.se umh-r the fk
titloai name of Mem..* T..
Manuscripts Itw-atetl at .'too II
Street Suite 204 in the city of
Miami Beach. Hade County,
Florida
Those intcrestisl in *;nd enter
priae. and the extent of the in
terest of each, is a* follows
Lesley T Schuchman
Inten'St 100 percent
15706 June |y. 2fi.
July3. 10. 1987
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OK
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OK KLORIDA. IN
AND KOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No. 87-20731
ACTION KOR DISSOLUTION
OK MARRIAGE
IN RE The Marriage of
DORA ALVARINO
HERNANDEZ
Wife Petitioner
and
PABU) HERNANDEZ.
Hust>and Respondent.e
TO PABLO HERNANDEZ
Yor ARE HEREBY NOTI-
KIEI) that an action for Diaaolu
tion of Marriage has been filed
against you and you are required
to serve a copy of your wntten
defenaea. if any. to it on DAVID M
SOSTCHIN. EStjllRE. attorney
for Petitioner, whose address is
1800 W 4th Street. Suite 21H
Hialeah. Honda 33012. and file
the original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before Ju
ly 17th. 187 otherwise a default
will be entered against you for the
relief demanded in the complaint
Of petition
This notice shall be published
once each week for four con
secutive weeks in THK JEWISH
KI.ORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand ami the seal
of *aid court at Miami Florida on
this if,th .lav of June, I0S7
RICHARD P BRINKKR
fa Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County Klonda
Bj Barbara R.tdnguez
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
I.AW OFFICE OP
DAVID M SOSTCHIN
1800 W 4" St No SIS
Hialeah. PI
Telephone (305)364^)162
Attorney for Petitioner
IfBOl June 19. 26,
July 3. 10.1987
IN THE CIBCUIT COURT
OF THE I ITH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
CASE NO. 87-10030 (CA 13)
NOTICE OF ACTION
FLAGLEB FEDERAL
SAVINGS AND LOAN
ASSOCIATION OP MIAMI, a
United States Corporation.
Plaintiff,
vs
HANS BREISIG and MARY
RRKISIC his wife, et al .
Defendants
To hans BREISIGaad MARY
BREISIG. his wife
Apartado _'7
I-. I'ruca
San Jose. Cota Rica
YOU ARK NOTIKIKD. that an
action to faradoaa a mortgnge on
the following .leacrihed property in
D:idc County Klonda
Condominium Unit 441 S
til N v. lOOtti Avaaoa, of
LAGUNA CLUB CON
DOMINIUM, according to
the Declaration of Con
Jominium thert*,: rrBprrkil
June .1. 1075 in Official
K.s-ord* Bnok 0000 Pagi
1000 ofthel-ui.ii, Racordaof
Ihuie County. Florida, as
ameo.lt*! together with nil
improvements applia-
ami future* located thcrtsm
has been filed against you and you
an required to serve a COBJ
rour written defenses if any to it
on Keith Mack Lewis A Allison.
Plaintiff* attorneys
dram is in n k
Mumi Klon.la 33132
I d) S li7. and fil,
with the Clark of thi* Court either
*ervit-e on Plaintiffs at
torneys or imm.siiately thereafter
otherwise, a D-fault will he
d against you for the relief
demanded in the Complaint
WITNESS my hand and seal of
thi. C.Hirt on the I day of June

RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk of ihe Court
B) BARBARA RODRIGUEZ
Deputy Clerk
15773 June.'.. 12. 19. OJ, 1-.W7
NOTICE UNDER
KICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, desiring to
engage in business under the fie
titious name RODRKiUKZ AUTO
BOD> SHOP at I0BI | 47th
STREET HIALEAH. FLORIDA
SB0I3 intend* to register said
name with the Clerk of the Cn.-uit
i 'Hirt of Dade County. Florida
JUAN L RODRI<;UKZ OWNER
15722 June 5, 12, 10. 20. 1007
shift. i,i
1st Street
on or ) ...r.
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