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Italian Politicos
By RITH E. GRIBER
ROME in A) Palestine
Liberation Organization
chairman Yasir Arafat
thanked Italian Socialist Party
ieader Bettino Craxi for his
support, as Craxi met with
Arafat and other PLO leaders
r. Tunisia-
According to the Socialist
Party organ Avanti. Arafat
praised Craxi for his backing
of a Palestinian state, and said
he hoped for greater and more
direct Italian humanitarian aid
alestinians living in terri-
tories "militarily occupied by
Israel."
nri reportedly told Arafat
the human rights situation in
the West Bank and Gaza Strip
absolutely intolerable."
Craxi. a long-time supporter
of the Palestinian cause, has
met several times previously
with the PLO head. His visit in
Tunisia, described as a "vaca-
tion," also included meetings
with PLO "foreign minister"
Farouk Kadoumi.
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Prime Minister Yitzhak
Shamir, accusing Shamir of
"fanaticism."
With the exception of the
Republicans, most of Italy's
political parties tend to
support the Palestinians.
Republican official
Gugbelmo Castagnetti sharply
criticized Craxi for displaying
to the PLO "solidarity and
friendship that far too indiffer-
ently forgets the tremendous
responsibility that PLO
terrorism carries with it."
Polish Defector
Seeks Asylum
TEL AVIV UTA) -
Sygmond Ereneusz. the Polish
dancer who defected at a folk
dance :'- Haifa, has
applied for political asvhim in
Israel.
Ereneusz gave himself up to
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Kibbutz Ayeiet Hashahar.
Appearing with Lapid at a
press conference in Tiberias.
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defected to be with an Israeli
woman and fellow folk dancer
he met in Canada last year.
He indicated, however, that
he and the Jerusalem woman
may indeed get married.
Ereneusz explained that he
had been brought up a strict
Catholic, but some years age
his grandfather informed him
that his grandmother had been
Jewish. Since then he had
come to love Israel, and now
wished to remain h<
Ereneusz said he had run
afoul of the Polish authorities
when he took part in a student
demonstration at Krakow
University, where be studied.
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Red Cross Admits Holocaust Failure
By HUGH ORGEL
TEL AVIV (JTA) The
iternational Committee of
lie Red Cross has admitted, in
[special communication to The
trusalem Post, that it could
ive saved more Jews from
Nazis.
I The statement was issued in
leneva and signed by its
Jrector general, Jacques
loreillon.
[it was released especially for
iblication in the Post in
lse to a report by the
raeli daily's London corre-
[ondent, David Horowitz,
alished under the headline
ted Cross knew in '42 of
kssacre of Jews, but kept
knt."
The ICRC admits for the
gt time that it could prob-
have save more Jewish
es than it did, particularly in
intries where the Nazis did
maintain total control,
^h as Hungary and Romania.
The Post reported that the
|RC itself hired Swiss
jfessor Jean-Claude Favez
investigate the matter.
[lowing a six-year study of
),000 Red Cross documents,
irez wrote, "The ICRC knew
it was happening that is
te clear. (But) it did not
confront the Germans."
The ICRC's failure to
pect Nazi concentration
ips has been reported
tore, including one inspec-
tn for which the Nazis
Dpped up a false front at
eresienstadt, in Czechoslo-
ia.
ie camp was presented as
fing healthful conditions,
the Red Cross fulfilled the
i\ illusion by only visiting
I camp's orchestra and care-
prepared children's facil-
^oreover, vans used by the
Bis for the mobile extermin-
p of Jews were painted
\ a red cross on the side,
treby leading people to
leve that the vans were
aally Red Cross vehicles.
favez has written a book on
subject of the ICRC's
ilure, titled "Silent
tness," and has appeared in
p3BC documentary on the
ftject seen in England.
Inclusion Challenged
plowever, Favez's conclusion
challenged by Moreillon,
^o hired him, prior to the
lication in the Post of the
kt article. At the time,
Vreillon had said he did not
an appeal would have
sd Jews.
'he Simon Wiesenthal
[nter in Los Angeles criti-
ed Moreillon for defending
Red Cross in the BBC
cumentary.
Jut the ICRC statement,
led "First Lessons Drawn
the ICRC," admits for the
Bt time that it could prob-
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APPEAL REJECTED. Palestinian activist Feisal
Husseini is led from the Supreme Court building in
Jerusalem after the court rejected his appeal to open
hearings to the public and make prosecution documents
available to his attorney. The activist still is jaitedfor sue
months without a trial. APIWide World Photo.
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Palestinians Lose on Appeal
By GIL SEDAN
JERUSALEM (JTA) -
Israel's supreme court
rejected an appeal by a Pales-
tinian activist under adminis-
trative detention, foiling
another attempt to use Israel's
legal system to counter
security measures.
The High Court of Justice
ruled against Feisal al-
Husseini, 48, who was
detained a month ago under an
administrative arrest order,
after being identified by the
authorities as a key leader of
Al Fatah in Jerusalem. Fatah
is the military arm of the
Palestine Liberation Organiza-
tion controlled by Yasir
Arafat.
Husseini demanded that he
be allowed to view a secret file
in his case, saying that he was
unable to present a defense as
long as he was unclear about
the charges against him. He
also asked that the legal
proceedings be held openly,
and not "in camera," as has
been the practice until now.
But the court rejected both
appeals, citing "security
reasons."
The court then met to review
a separate appeal against the
six-month detention itself, the
third Husseini has been under
in 18 months. The court has
not issued its decision, but it
has never annulled an order of
administrative arrest.
Administrative detention
orders have become one of the
major tools in the authorities'
attempts to curb the Pales-
tinian uprising. Since the
beginning of the unrest, more
than 3,000 Palestinians have
been put in detention camps
without trial.
Administrative detainees
have limited means to chal-
lenge the arrest orders, short
of appealing to the High
Court. Each arrest order must
be approved by a military
judge, and in very few cases
have the judges reversed
them.
Likewise, Palestinians who
received deportation orders
have been reluctant to work
within the Israeli legal system,
arguing that it is biased
against them.
Only recently, with the mass
deportation order against the
25 Palestinians, did this tactic
change. Earlier, lawyers on
behalf of the 25 vowed to press
their appeals to the High
Court.
In response to this change of
strategy, some politicians have
proposed enacting legislation
that would render the High
Court of Justice off-limits to
residents of the administered
territories.
But Defense Minister
Yitzhak Rabin told the
Knesset Foreign Affairs and
Defense Committee that he is
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Friday, September 9, 1988/The Jewish Floridian Page 5
.Of Tranquility, Austerity And Mideast Peace,
By MITCHELL BARD
To judge from the American press,
one would think that Israel was on
the verge of collapse. The Palestinian
[uprising, we are told, has severely
[damaged not only the Israeli
(economy, but also Israel's image
[around the world.
The reality is quite different,
[however, and the new year seems an
[appropriate time to reflect on the
[Jewish state's accomplishments since
last Rosh Hashanah.
The unity government has repeat-
dly come under fire for its apparent
Inability to make decisions, but the
present coalition was formed
primarily for two purposes: to facili-
tate the withdrawal from Lebanon
ind to take steps to prevent the
collapse of the economy. Both of
these objectives have been accom-
blished.
Although there are still Israeli
roops patrolling a security zone in
juthern Lebanon, the bulk of the
ny was withdrawn. There are still
>radic attacks, but, for the most
irt, the tranquility of northern
Israel has been restored.
[The economy has also made a
emarkable recovery, largely as a
kult of austerity measures and the
nllingness of the Israeli people to
jidure a decline in their standard of
Hving.
I After years of triple-digit inflation,
Be 1987 inflation rate fell to 16
fcrcent, the lowest figure in fifteen
years.
The most recent figure for this
year, in June, shows the smallest
price increase in 10 years and repre-
sents an annual rate of around 18
percent.
Tourism enjoyed a record year,
increasing by 25 percent in 1987.

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AND IT WAS WRITTEN: Then-72-year-old Yemenite scribe
Ezri Sharabi at work last year restoring a Torah scroll. WZPS
Photo.
Unfortunately, the uprising has
scared many tourists away this year
and the number has fallen off.
The economy is still far from robust
because of Israel's enormous foreign
debt and trade deficit, but it is far
from the collapse that was feared five
years ago.
Israel's international position also
has rebounded. Up until the recent
unrest, the United Nations had
devoted considerably less time to its
ritual condemnation of Israel than in
the past.
Much of the credit for this must go
to the Reagan administration, which
proved that determined leadership
such as that exhibited by Jeane
Kirkpatrick and Vernon Walters can
prevent the degeneration of UN
debates into anti-Israel diatribes.
Even more important has been
Israel's success in improving bilateral
relations with other nations. For
years Israel enjoyed good relations
with much of Black Africa. That
changed as a result of Arab pressure
in 1973, which forced most of those
nations to sever ties with Israel.
In the past few years, several of
those nations have restored relations
and a number of others are on the
verge of doing so. Prime Minister
Shamir deserves much of the credit
for this development.
Similarly, Foreign Minister Shimon
Peres deserves credit for improving
relations with Western Europe,
particularly France, where Peres and
Francois Mitterand have had a long
personal friendship.
Last November, in fact, Jacques
Chirac became the first French
premier to visit Israel.
Worth mentioning also is the
improvement in Israel's traditionally
frosty relations in Asia. Israeli offi-
cials hope that Japanese Foreign
Minister Sosuke Uno's July visit (also
a first) will signal to the Japanese
business community, which largely
adheres to the Arab boycott, that
contacts with Israel are now permis-
sible.
In Review:
Anti-Israel Year at UN
iy YITZHAK RABI
lg known for its obses-
i preoccupation with Israel
the Middle East conflict,
United Nations virtually
Id itself in the year 5748.
lardly a month passed
without either the Security
i exists with its synagogue
Uewish cemetery. A few of
_J friends are still living
there. Many of our former
Sosua settlers are now living
Florida and we arrange
every year a successful
reunion party.
To Mr. Meyerhoff, the
writer about this "Evian
Jerence" I am sure, it is
resting to you, to be
rmed about the only
Itry that was willing to
[Jews in.
HERBERT BAUM
| Bay Harbor Islands, FL
Editor's Note: It has been
noted historically, that the
Dominican Republic, indeed,
Kited attempts to receive
bers of immigrants from
fid War II, the island
blic even accepted refugees
iid not possess passports.
rr an international agree-
I the Dominican Republic
fitted those with travel
wits.
Council or the General
Assembly or both being
asked to convene and
denounce Israel for its actions
or inactions.
The year began with a sort
of victory for Israel and the
Jewish people, when the
United Nations opened its war
crimes archives to the public.
Nevertheless, Israel was
under continuous attack at the
United Nations after the start
of the uprising in the West
Bank and Gaza on Dec. 9.
Following is a list of the
major events that took place at
the United Nations in 5748.
NOVEMBER
Secretary General Javier
Perez de Cuellar announces
the opening of the UN's war
crimes archives in New York,
containing files on more than
40,000 suspected Nazi war
criminals and their collabor-
ators. The announcement
follows an 18-month campaign
by Israel to allow free access
to the archives for govern-
ments and individuals wishing
to scrutinize the files.
DECEMBER
Israel casts the sole vote
in the General Assembly
against an amendment resolu-
tion on international
terrorism. Syria, which spon-
sors the resolution, initially
calls on the United Nations to
convene an international
conference to define the differ-
ences between terrorism and
national liberation struggle.
But Syria caves in to pressure
and agrees to a watered-down
resolution which condemns
terrorism, yet leaves open the
possibility of calling an inter-
national conference on
terrorism. The United States
abstains from the vote, while
128 countries support the reso-
lution.
The United Nations
opposes a congressional move
to close the Palestine Libera-
tion Organization's observer
mission in New York. In a
letter to U.S. Ambassador
Vernon Walters, Perez de
Cuellar claims the PLO
mission cannot be closed under
present international agree-
ments.
The U.S. abstains on a
Security Council resolution
deploring Israel's handling of
the disturbances in the Gaza
Strip and the West Bank. The
vote is 14-0, with no objec-
tions. Israeli diplomats say
they regret that the U.S. did
not veto "this one-sided reso-
lution."
JANUARY
The U.S. supports a
Security Council resolution
demanding that Israel refrain
from deporting Palestinians
from the administered terri-
tories. Israel says that it is
"deeply disappointed" by the
American vote. The resolution
also demands that Israel
rescind the deportation orders
issued against nine Palestinian
leaders in the territories.
Israel deports four Pales-
tinian activists from the West
Bank and is promptly con-
demned by the Security
Council, which also calls upon
Israel "to ensure the safe and
immediate return" of those
deported. The vote is 14-0; the
United States is the sole
abstention. Israeli UN Ambas-
sador Benjamin Netanyahu
says Israel does not accept the
resolution.
The U.S. vetoes a Security
Council resolution deploring
Israel for its Jan. 2 raid on
terrorist targets in Lebanon.
Netanyahu charges that the
Security Council is being
abused by the Arabs by repeat-
edly convening it "to a point of
irrelevance."
MARCH
The General Assembly
votes overwhelmingly against
a U.S. order to close the PLO's
UN observer mission in New
York. Israel is the only
country opposing the resolu-
tion (the U.S. does not partici-
pate in the vote), and 143
countries vote for it. Zehdi
Terzi, the PLO representative
at the United Nations, says the
PLO does not intend to leave
New York.
For the second time in a
month, the General Assembly
votes on the issue of the
closure of the PLO mission.
The Assembly votes 148-2 for
a resolution deploring the U.S.
order to close the PLO head-
quarters in New York. The
U.S. and Israel cast the nega-
tive votes.
APRIL
The U.S. vetoes a
Security Council resolution
that condemns Israel's incur-
sion into southern Lebanon on
April 2 and 3. Ambassador
Walters says the draft resolu-
tion is "one-sided." The vote in
the 15-member Council is 14-1.
The UN welcomes the
World Court ruling that the
U.S. must submit to arbitra-
tion over its decision to close
the PLO's observer mission in
New York.
The U.S. abstains on a
Security Council resolution
condemning the assassination
of Khalil al-Wazir, the PLO's
No. 2 man, who was gunned
down by a hit squad in his villa
in suburban Tunis on April 16.
The PLO charges Israel with
the killing.
JULY
Secretary General Perez
de Cuellar says he is "grati-
fied" by a federal judge's
ruling in New York that the
U.S. cannot close the PLO's
mission to the UN. The ruling
is issued by U.S. District Court
Judge Edmund Palmieri and it
represents a setback to the
U.S. Justice Department and a
victory to the PLO.


Page 6 The Jewish Floridian/Friday, September 9, 1988
_Palestinians Up Ante:_
Deportations Challenged
UN Secretary General
Urges Pressure on IstqA
By GIL SEDAN
JERUSALEM (JTA) -
Speculation that the Palestine
Liberation Organization may
declare an independent state
and establish a government in
exile appears to have raised
the expectations of Palestin-
ians and emboldened them to
challenge Israel's military
administration of the terri-
tories.
Palestinian lawyers are
pursuing all legal means to
prevent the deportation of 25
Palestinian activists, appar-
ently following outside instruc-
tions.
The unprecedented legal
campaign is fueled by the
apparent success of the Pales-
tinians at winning political
points on the issue abroad. The
U.S. government's angry reac-
tion to the planned deporta-
tions is the latest victory in the
propaganda war.
Israel's political echelons
have rejected the American
protests against what would
be the largest deportation of
Palestinians since 1967. Israeli
leaders have reiterated their
conviction that the deporta-
tions are justified and in
accordance with all national
and international laws.
But Palestinian lawyers
have vowed to take authorities
to the mat over the deporta-
tions. Whereas in the past
fotential deportees refrained
rom appeals, or withdrew
them in the middle of the
Srocess, now all 25 of them
ave decided to exhaust all
legal means.
The reason for this change of
approach, according to Pale-
stinian sources, is an aware-
ness that never before has the
Palestinian uprising enjoyed
such widespread international
popularity.
According to this school of
thought, the declaration of an
independent Palestinian state
that would recognize Israel
would create an international
atmosphere that would make it
more difficult for the Israelis
to go ahead with the deporta-
tions.
For the moment, the appeals
process against the deporta-
tions has been delayed,
because Arab lawyers refuse
to travel to the central prison
in Nablus, where some of the
potential deportees are being
detained, while the city is
under curfew.
But even if the military advi-
sory boards in Gaza and
Nablus reject the appeals of
the accused, as they have in
almost all previous deportation
cases, the potential deportees
still have the option of
appealing to the High Court of
Justice, Israel's supreme
court.
Israeli Cabinet ministers
exchanged accusations at their
weekly session over who
leaked news of the deporta-
tions in the first place. Likud
Minister Moshe Arens accused
Foreign Minister Shimon
Peres' office for the leak, while
Peres blamed Arens.
Despite the threat of depor-
tations, the situation in the
territories has changed little.
A quarter of the residents of
the West Bank and Gaza Strip
spent last weekend under
curfew.
Party Pushes Transfer
By HUGH ORGEL the transfer of the Arabs out
TEL AVIV (JTA) Res. f e c,** and Presented it
Major General Rehavam to the pub he view for their
(Gandhi) Zeevi, a confirmed consideration and accep-
right-wing hawk, launched his tance; ms supporters say.
new Moledet (Motherland) Meir Kahane's Kach party
political party at its inaugural also openly promotes the idea
meeting, firmly nailing the of the forced transfer of Arabs
motto "transfer" to his mast- from Israel to the Arab states.
head as the main plank in the The right-wing Tehiya party
party's political platform. also supports the idea, but is
The meeting was attended less b,atant in pressing for it
by several hundred people, M an Pen P0"^-
mainly older citizens, who According to a Modiin
applauded wildly every time Ezrachi public opinion poll
Zeevi mentioned the world published in Maariv there has
"transfer." been a marked political shift to
Zeevi, presently director of S16."**!1 ?ince the start of the
Tel Aviv's Land of Israel Palestinian uprising nine
Museum at Ramat Aviv, months ago.
insists he plans to remove the While 53 percent of the
Arabs from Israel only by 1,278 people questioned said
agreement with them, and not they had not changed their
by force. political position since the
He told the gathering that he u"rest \*&n< 32 percent said
dares to say aloud that the ?h*7. uhadL become more
Arabs should be removed from *. while 14 percent said
ISrael what many Israelis they had shlfted to the left and
feel in their hearts. were more dovish today than
"He has brought the idea of Prev,ouslv'
TOP CASH PAID
GENEVA (JTA) The
secretary-general of the
United Nations has called on
non-governmental organiza-
tions to exert international
pressure on Israel to "promote
an effective negotiating
process and to help create the
conditions necessary for it to
succeed."
Javier Perez de Cuellar also
recommended that the inter-
national community make a
concerted effort to persuade
Israel to accept the applica-
bility of the Fourth Geneva
Convention of 1949 to the
administered territories.
The convention prohibits the
expulsion "for any reasons
whatsoever" of civilians from
an area under military occupa-
tion. Israel insists that the
convention does not apply to
the territories, since it has not
extended Israeli law to the
areas it administers.
Perez de Cuellar was
addressing the fifth interna-
tional meeting of Non-
Governmental Organizations
at UN European headquarters
here.
The secretary-general
referred to the NGOs as a
"network of organizations"
devoted to "the achievement
of the inalienable rights of the
Palestinian people in ^
mity with UN rhS
described the NGO ,.i L
"pivotal." W rolt'
While describing Ce,
measures taken to deal
the emergency situation
territories, iVrez de (V
also strongly emphasized'
measures to enhance
safety and p-tection0
Palestinian pt pie in the
pied territories thi
urgently nee.:.< will,*
remove the auses of
recent tragic events nor
peace to the region."
He emphasi/.ed the need
a political settlement!
problem, "which respo
both to the refusal of
Palestinian peculation
territories to accept a
under Israeli occupational
Israel's determination
ensure its security and
well-being of ita people."
The secretary-genen-^j
statement followed by \
days his meeting with %
Arafat, the Palestine lie j
tion Organization chain*
Arafat told the UN leaders
establishing a Palest::;
government in exile is out
the ideas he plans to proa,
next month at a meeting of i''
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Sanctions Against
I Syria Stand
Friday, September 9, 1988/The Jewish Floridian Page 7
howard rosenberg
Washington (jta> -
Reagan administration
[not remove current sanc-
against Syria as long as
>rist groups, most notably
Nidal's militant Pales-
in organization, are
zed to operate from
ion's Bekaa Valley, State
irtment officials said.
^st recently, Abu Nidal
led responsibility for a
ide attack in Haifa that
^ded 25 people.
possibility of repealing
ictions was raised after
department's 1987
ism report linked Syria
Bt one major terrorism
fnt in 1987, as compared
rec in 1986.
department source said,
Hirer, that "there are no
plans" to remove them,
although some "could be lifted
at trnie point."
Be Department spokes-
woman Phyllis Oakley praised
eduction in direct Syrian
ement in terrorism" in
I But Oakley said the
Bion would not lead to
Wb removal from the
Knent's list of state spon-
sors of terrorism.
lyria has been on the list
t was first drawn up in
1979. Listed countries cannot
receive U.S. foreign aid or
goods and technology that
would improve their military
or terrorist support capabil-
ities.
As long as there are
"terrorist groups training in
Syrian-controlled areas,"
Oakley said, "Syria remains on
the list."
Yosef Gal, spokesman for
the Israeli Embassy here,
refused to praise Syria for any
recent improvement in its
stance on terrorism.
"We have not seen anything
to indicate that Syria has
changed its policy on support
for terrorism," he said."
Sanctions against Syria
were imposed in 1986 after a
British court implicated Syria
in the attempted bombing of
an El Al Airlines plane in
London, which had more than
230 U.S. citizens aboard.
The sanctions include
barring Syria from partici-
pating in Export-Import Bank
loans or programs and from
receiving subsidized wheat
from the Department of Agri-
culture.
They also bar Syrian Arab
Airlines from selling airline
tickets in the United States.
The sanctions have a
"symbolic significance," the
source said. He said that the
United States is not a main
trading partner of Syria, so
that the volume of trade
"would not rise much" if they
were removed.
In a related development,
while Syria has not had an
ambassador to the United
States since 1986, a new U.S.
ambassador to Syria, Edward
Djerejian, was sworn in
replacing William Eagleton,
Jr.
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Hebrew U.
Hawaiian Cross Ordered Dow
On Recovery Track
By YITZHAK RABI
NEW YORK (JTA) After
a long struggle to overcome a
deep financial crisis, the
Hebrew University of Jeru-
salem is on the path to reco-
very.
"We are now in the midst of
a process taking us out of the
crisis," said Professor Amnon
Pazy, the president of the
university, in an interview
with the Jewish Telegraphic
Agency. "We are beginning to
see the light at the end of the
tunnel, and at the same time
we are also growing and devel-
oping new faculties and new
fields of research."
The financial crisis at
Israel's oldest and most pres-
tigious university is a
symptom of the general finan-
cial crises at all of Israel's
higher education institutions,
a fiscal problem that mirrors
the volatile Israeli economy.
The 52-year-old Pazy. a
professor of mathematics who
was elected president of the
university last year, explained
that all of Israel's universities
are having difficulties
balancing their budgets.
According to Pazy, Hebrew
University has accumulated
deficits of tens of millions of
dollars in recent years. "The
worse crisis was in 1985, with
a $30 million deficit," Pazy
disclosed.
Last year, he said, the
university managed to finish
the year with only a $17
million deficit, and the same
deficit is projected for this
year.
The 63-year old university
has a yearly budget of $150
million. 50 percent of which is
provided by the government.
Only 10 percent of the budget,
or $15 million, comes from
tuition. There are approxi-
mately 18,000 students who
attend the university.
The rest of the budget is
derived from money raised by
friends of the university
around the world, and from
investments and other
sources.
According to Pazy, the
university's economic woes
have multiple sources. To
begin with, the Israeli govern-
ment has drastically reduced
its financial support of all
universities, from paying 80
percent of its budget to only 50
percent.
At the same time. Pazy
pointed out, the universities
were not allowed to raise
tuition, which is also regulated
by the government.
A student's yearly tuition in
an Israeli university is $1,400,
which hardly covers tne real
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cost, especially in the science
and medicine faculties where
laboratories and state-of-the
art equipment are a must.
"In order to balance our
budget, we were forced to
borrow money from the banks.
And in Israel, the interest rate
is very high, about 15 percent
per year," Pazy said, noting
that last year alone, Hebrew
University paid about $10
million in interest on its debts.
In February, the university
embarked on a five-year "reco-
very plan," which calls for
reducing the academic staff by
15 percent and the administra-
tive staff by 20 percent.
The plan also calls for
raising about $100 million in
the next five years from
friends of the university in the
United States and elsewhere.
By
ANDREW SILOW CARROLL
NEW YORK (JTA) A
federal district court judge ir
Washington ordered the
removal of a 65-foot illumii.
ated cross that has dominated
the night sky over a U.S.
Marine base in Hawaii for
more than 20 years.
Judge Thomas Hogan's deci-
sion was a victory for the
Jewish War Veterans of the
USA, which contended in a
lawsuit that the cross, as a
religious symbol erected on
government property and
maintained by public funds,
violated the constitutional
prohibition against govern-
ment-established religion.
The cross was erected in
1966 for a sunrise Easter
service at Camp H.M. Smith
on Oahu, not from from Pearl
Harbor. Hogan's decision
rejected the government's
argument that the cross had
since become a non-sectarian
monument to prisoners of war
and those listed as missing in
action in Southeast Asia.
"The principal symbol of
Christianity, this nation's
dominant religion, simply is
too laden with religious
meaning to be appropriate to a
government memorial assert-
edly free of any religious
message." Hogan said in his
decision.
The judge's decision repre-
sents the second time that the
cross has been ordered
removed from the base.
Following complaints by the
Hawaiian Jewish community,
Navy Judge Advocate General
Admiral T.E. Flynn concluded
in 1985 that the cross violated
the constitution and should be
removed.
But Marine Corps
Commandant General P.X.
Kelley overruled Flynn's deci-
HI
sion in 1986, after an.
* >4:d
Kelley and former \J
Secretary James Webb
named in the suit.
Herbert Greff nati0|
commander of the JWV hL
the federal court's decisbj
statement, saying
missing in Southea<
represent all races and'3
gions.
Ronald Koerner, lawyer J
the veterans group, saidS
decision is significant, beoj
it helps define what is an]
priate for a war monumaJ[l
The government has 60 J
in which to appeal the nil
order. A spokeswoman forj
Justice Department -m
government lawyers iM
reviewing the judge's derj
and would take a few wJ
before deciding whether!
appeal.
Con
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Ifies start of a year
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iules Out
Separate
Talks
Friday, September 9, 1988/The Jewish Floridian Page 9
By GIL SEDAN
X'SALEM (JTA) -
ise Minister Yitzhak
[ruled out separate peace
irith the local Palestinian
^ship from the adminis-
jrritories.
briefing to the Knesset
rn Affairs and Defense
ttee, Rabin said negoti-
on the future status of
^rritories could only be
ted with a joint Pales-
ordanian delegation.
with local Palestinian
, the defense minister
)uld cover a variety of
ts, but not the overall
>f peace. He also indi-
that he would not rule
ture talks with Arab
kts now under adminis-
[detention.
's remarks were seen
Attempt to clarify state-
he has made since
In's King Hussein
iced he was severing
[the West Bank.
of his statements have
^nstrued as encouraging
rvelopment of a local
inian leadership that
Iserve as an alternative
the Palestine Libera-
ganization and Jordan.
W. Germany
,' Rechannels
By DAVID KANTOR
BONN (JTA) West
Germany is studying the
possibility of channeling its
economic assistance to the
West Bank and the Gaza Strip
through independent Pales-
tinian institutions, a
spokesman for the Ministry of
Economic Cooperation here
said.
The ministry handles Bonn's
aid programs to developing
countries around the globe.
The spokesman said that a
ministry official has been sent
to Amman, the Jordanian
1 capital, to study the matter.
Up to now, West Germany
has channeled its assistance to
the territoriess held by
Israel since 1967 either
directly through Jordan or in
consent with Jordanian offi-
cials.
le last 20 years, Bonn
Bd the territories with
million worth of econ-
aid. Jordan annually
res about $26.5 million
of financial and tech-
assistance from West
my.
>vernment spokesman in
stressed that West
^any will continue to
|>rt economic or educa-
projects in the terri-
even in the aftermath of
l's decision to abandon
with the West Bank.
It he added that it
^ined to be seen how
ly the assistance will be
Jeled.
like a number of other
^ern countries, West
iny does not maintain a
rate consulate in Jeru-
Greetings: Sen. Graham
Dear Friends:
Adele and I send special greetings to you and your family
during these High Holy days.
As we reflect on the past year and look forward to the
year 5749, our thoughts return to Leningrad and the
moving Passover Seder we shared last Spring with Alik
and Galina Zelichonok, refuseniks who have been forbidden
to emigrate for ten years. We will not rest until the
Zelichonoks and people like them can live how and where
they choose. We must continue our efforts for human
rights in the Soviet Union and elsewhere.
One of our happiest days this year was June 28, when an
American-Soviet couple was reunited after long separa-
tion. Dr. Galina Vileshina of Boca Raton, who worked eight
years to get her husband out of the Soviet Union, is an
inspiration to us all. We share in her joy because her family
can be together.
May your new year be blessed with health, happpiness
and peace.
With warm regards,
Happy New Year,
BOB GRAHAM
United States Senator
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Is War with Syria Inevitable?
By HUGH ORGEL
TEL AVIV (JTA) Two
Israeli experts on the Middle
East, speaking at a public
meeting here, have come to
the conclusion that Syria is
preparing for an eventual
confrontation with Israel.
Brig. Gen. (Res.) Aharon
Levran, editor of Middle East
{Military Balance, a publica-
I tion of the Jaffee Center for
1 Strategic Studies at Tel Aviv
lUniversity, and Dr. Yossi
loimert, head of the Syrian and
|Lebanese desk at the univer-
y's Dayan Center for Middle
.Cast and African Studies, both
estimated that although the
chances of a Syrian-initiated
var with Israel in the near
iture is slight, Syria is none-
theless bent on some stage of
var with the Jewish state in
he future.
Levran, a former deputy
lommander at the National
Defense College, said that the
lyrians "are doing everything
> prepare themselves for war,
at I would risk saying that I
bubt they will initiate a war
hth Israel so long as they are
lone and without an Arab
|>alition partner, particularly
and Jordan."
|He said that "while Syria is
)t planning to embark on a
temeditated war with Israel
j the short term, this does not
san that a circumstantial
ir cannot occur between
el and Syria."
jevran pointed out several
iction points" in
aanon, in regard to Syria's
>port for terrorism, and in
Golan Heights.
In fact, while leaders of the
mainstream Palestine Libera-
tion Organization were
iineeting at their headquarters
iina-Israel
Meet
By YITZHAK RABI
-IITED NATIONS (JTA)
Avraham Tamir, director
^eral of Israel's Foreign
iistry, met here with
la's ambassador to the
ed Nations, Li Lu Ye.
Iiina does not have diplo-
.', relations with Israel and
tings between officials of
Jtwo countries are rare.
[According to sources here,
meeting lasted more than
linutes and focused on the
ent situation in the Middle
Die Chinese ambassador
Tamir that his country is
rested in bringing about a
lement to the Middle East
lict, and that China will
stand in the way of any
jiprehensive settlement in
j region.
imir later told the Confer-
of Presidents of Major
Jerican Jewish Organiza-
that despite the decision
[ing Hussein of Jordan to
; ties with the West Bank,
nal solution of the Pales-
in issue cannot be found
bout the participation of
Ian.
imir contended that
ein acted out of "frustra-
i that the high expectations
lting from his talks in
don with then premier
ion Peres two years ago
[led only to a stalemate.'
in Tunis to consider plans to
establish a Palestinian state in
the West Bank and Gaza, the
Syrian press was dismissing
such an attempt as "a big
conspiracy against the Pales-
tinian cause' because such a
move would lead to a recogni-
tion of Israel.
Arafat Backers Tossed Out
Syria and its Palestinian
allies have systematically
thrown adherents of PLO
leader Yasir Arafat out of
their Lebanese enclaves. The
guerrilla alliance opposed to
Arafat is based in Damascus.
Olmert told questioners
during the question-and-
answer session that "Syria
would prefer quiet in the area
until the upcoming Lebanese
elections, so as not to give
Israel an excuse to intervene
in them."
Levran voiced concern over
Syria's possible deployment
for a future war, because Syria
has made numerous improve-
ments in the sphere of conven-
tional warfare, he said, partic-
ularly in enhancing its ground-
to-air forces.
Levran added, however, that
Damascus has yet to draw
even with Israel's military
strength. He noted that
Syria's decision to equip its
Scud surface-to-surface
missiles with chemical
warheads was prompted by
the Syrian air force's inability
to contend with the Israeli air
force.
Levran said the Syrians
have emphasized unconven-
tional means of warfare
because "they know that
Israel is much more advanced
in nuclear potential.
Friday, September 9,1988/The Jewish Floridian Page 11
Statement Prompts Protest
NEW YORK (JTA) An influential American Jewish
leader has written to President Reagan to express deep
concern over the tone of U.S. objections to Israel's policy of
expelling Palestinians accused of instigating riots in the
West Bank and Gaza Strip.
In a telegram Morris Abram, chairman of the Conference
of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations,
said that the United States should not lose sight of the fact
that the individuals being deported are harming their own
people.
Copies of the telegram were also sent to Secretary of
State George Shultz and Vice President George Bush. The
Conference of Presidents represents the heads of 46 major
American Jewish Organizations.
Abram's telegram refers to an unusually harsh state-
ment made by Deputy Secretary of State John Whitehead
that "damage to our bilateral relations will occur" unless
Israel reconsiders its recent decision to deport 25 Palestin-
ians.
The statement was made in confidence to Oded Eran,
deputy chief of mission at the Israeli Embassy in Wash-
ington. U.S. officials later said they regretted that the
statement had been made public.
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freedom for all mankind. Living our tradition is what makes us Jewish.
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Pearl Berger. left, dean or the Yeshiva University Libraries and
Sylvia Herskou-itz. director of the Yeshii-a University, u-ith the
rare Trent Manuscript.
Manuscript Documents
Ritual Murder Trail
A rare loth century transcript of the trial of the Jews accused
of the ritual murder of a Christian infant in Trent. Italy, was
donated to Yeshiva University by New York philanthropists
Ludwig and Erica Jesselson.
Known as the "Trent Manuscript." the document is the only
known record to exist in German of the Middle Ages trial of the
northern Italy Jewish community accused of the ritual murder of
Simon of Trent. Only two other shorter versions, written in
Latin, exist, according to Yeshiva University authorities.
Written in 1948 for Eberhardt the Bearded. First Duke of
Wurttemberg. Germany, the manuscript contains the testimony
of the entire Jewish community.
After the infant's body was discovered near the house of the
head of the Jewish community shortly before Easter of 1475. the
confessions of 17 of the Jews were extracted after 15 days of
torture, according to Yeshiva authorities.
Of the 17 Jews accused and tortured, one died in prison, six
were burned at the stake and two were strangled.
A papal emissary was run out of town when he arrived and
announced that the results of his inquiry were contradictory to
the local trial.
Proceedings reopened in 1476 under the court of Pope Sixtus
IV. which upheld the libel. By the end of the year, five more Jews
were executed; the property of the remaining Jews was
confiscated.
Additionally, the infant Simon was beatified, an authorization
not overturned until 1965. almost five centuries later.
Fatah Cells Found
By HUGH ORGEL
TEL AVIV (JTA) Israeli
security forces have recently
uncovered Fatah cells in the
villages of Silat e-Dhahr and
Attara. in the Jenin region,
and in the Jalazoun refugee
camp, the Israel Defense
Force spokesman announced.
The Jenin-region squad
consisted of six members who
are suspected of having
carried out the following
attacks:
Throwing a petrol bomb at
an Egged bus near the settle-
ment of Homesh. on Feb. 25.
1988.
Throwing a petrol bomb at
the home of a local resident
from Silat e-Dhahr. on March
2. 1988.
Throwing a petrol bomb at
an Egged bus near the settle-
ment of Homesh on March 8.
1988.
Throwing a makeshift
explosive device at an Egged
bus near the settlement of
Homesh. on June 25, 1988.
Members of the squad
turned over a makeshift explo-
sive device that was ready for
use. and chemical materials
that were to be used in an
explosive device.
The Jalazoun terrorists were
part of the "shock forces'"
which act as the operative
arms of the popular commit-
tees, the IDF statement said.
The detainees are accused of
organizing to carry out violent
investigations of local resi-
dents whom they had
suspected of cooperating with
Israel.
During one such investiga-
tion, a local resident was
struck repeatedly and killed.
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JTA Staff Report
NEW YORK (JTA) Pales-
tine Liberation Organization
leader Yasir Arafat is
embarking on a diplomatic
offensive that includes a heavy
schedule of meetings with top
European leaders and plans to
address the United Nations
General Assembly in New
York.
Sources in Brussels
disclosed that Arafat will meet
with top European
Community officials during his
visit to the European Parlia-
ment in Strasbourg on Sept.
13. The visit will mark the first
time the PLO leader has been
received by the European
parliamentary institution.
Arafat is scheduled to confer
with Lord Plumb, a British
conservative who is president
of the European Parliament,
and Greek Foreign Minister
Karolos Papoulias, current
chairman of the E.C. Council
of Ministers.
PLO officials have circulated
reports in recent weeks that
Arafat also plans to address
the UN General Assembly
after the Palestine National
Council discusses plans to
declare an independent Pales-
tinian state and set up a
government in exile. The
council is scheduled to meet in
Algiers sometime in
September.
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talk about Arafat visiting the
United Nations. They said UN
Secretary-General Javier
Perez de Cuellar has not yet
invited Arafat to address the
General Assembly, which offi-
cially opens Sept. 20.
The two men met at UN
headquarters in Geneva and
were scheduled to meet again
to discuss a General Assembly
appearance by the PLO leader.
One diplomat also pointed
out that an Arafat address will
depend on the outcome of the
meeting in Algiers. "Without a
mandate from the PNC,
Arafat cannot come to New
York," the diplomat said.
Sign-Language
Videotape
LOS ANGELES (JTA) -
The first sign-language video-
cassette with a Jewish reli-
gious message had its
premiere at the Disneyland
Hotel earlier this month, in
front of approximately 600-
700 hearing-impaired individ-
uals and educators sensitized
to the needs of the deaf.
The video, entitled
"Someone Is Listening,"
features the story of a deaf
teenager played by a deaf
boy who meets a "signing
rabbi," while recovering from
a basketball accident. Through
the guidance and inspiration of
the rabbi, the boy becomes a
Bar Mitzvah.
Included in the 40-minute
video are thirty signs with
Jewish religious terminology.
Some of these signs are newly
developed, such as the sign for
tefillin, Torah, Bar-Mitzvah,
Israel and shabbat.
So that non-signers can
understand the video as well,
and so that the hearing
impaired can understand the
new signs, there are people
talking normally and subtitles
on the screen. Also, there is a
ten-minute segment at the end
of the program with a teacher
demonstrating selected words.
The project was sponsored
by the Special Education
Committee of the United
Synagogue of America
Commission on Jewish Educa-
tion, who arranged the script
writing, the production and
secured the funding of the
video.
Final Taba
Arbitration
GENEVA (JTA) A panel
of international arbitrators
convened here to conclude
their delibrations over Taba,
the Red Sea beachfront strip
claimed by both Israel and
Egypt.
The five arbitrators opened
a final session to formulate
their judgement on the
dispute, known as an award. It
will be binding on Israel and
Egypt, unless the two nations
first reach a separate compro-
mise on the matter. Concilia-
tion talks in Cairo earlier
failed to produce a compro-
mise.
Barring no further delay, the
judges are scheduled to hand
down their award Sept. 29 or
30.
Arafat also has been invited
to address the National Press
Club in Washington, which
regularly holds "newsmaker"
luncheons. He has never
before appeared in the U.S.
capital.
But it is unclear at this time
whether the PLO leader would
be allowed to enter the United
States for the purpose of
addressing either the General
Assembly or the press club.
Under U.S. immigration
laws, the U.S. government
may bar individuals belonging
to terrorist organizations from
entering the United States.
The government has used the
provision on many occasions to
prevent foreign officials from
visiting the United Nations, a
State Department source said
in Washington.
"It has been United States
policy, sanctioned by the
Congress as recently as 1979,
to deny visas to members of
the PLO," State Department
spokesman Charles Redman
said in 1986, when a UN visit
by Arafat was being consid-
ered.
Even if Arafat is issued an
entry visa, it will likely contain
a restriction that bars him
from traveling further than 25
miles from UN headquarters
in New York. That would
make it impossible for Arafat
to address the press club.
U.S. Jewish groups have
expressed disappointment in
the press club invitation, which
was issued Aug. 17.
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Friday, September 9,1988/The Jewish Floridian Page 15
Exchanging One Diaspora for Another
By SUSAN BIRNBAUM
NEW YORK (JTA) -
ormer refusenik Lev
Jhapiro, who now lives in Tel
U'iv, has come to the United
States to thank those who
kelped make his story a
priority case.
He is also here to warn
Igainst those helping Soviet
lews emigrate to America,
lelp that he perceives as
(angerous because it takes
;ws away from Israel.
Shapiro, who arrived in
srael in March after a particu-
irly harrowing 18-year
Raiting period in the Soviet
fnion, contended that "the
ct that they can come here to
be United States increases
ssimilation in the Soviet
don.
["Look, the fact that Soviet
)wry is assimilated is not
;ir fault. But the fact that
lerican Jews help them
similate is a shame. It is a
fcry high price to pay."
(Currently, as many as 90
>rcent 0f the Soviet Jewish
jigres who arrive in the
lenna transfer point "drop
\t," or opt to travel to the
lited States rather than
rael.
"It's immoral of those who
don't want to go to Israel to
use the tickets of those who
really do. The ones who get out
and leave in Vienna for the
United States are just
changing one Diaspora for
another," Shapiro said.
Israel, he continued, "is not
only our hope. It is the hope of
all Jews."
THe Lev Shapiro inter-
viewed in the offices of the
Jewish Telegraphic Agency
earlier this month is not the
same man visitors encoun-
tered in Leningrad.
His sad eyes have bright-
ened and his drooping posture
has been clearly buoyed by his
long-sought aliyah.
It was something of which
even his parents dreamt.
Shapiro, who described his
family as "always very reli-
gious," remembered
preparing for his bar mitzvah
during the period of Stalin.
"My mother stood in the
corridor to make sure no one
heard the Hebrew."
Shapiro remembers the anti-
Semitic era the infamous
Doctors' Plot in the early
1950s, when Stalin went on a
rampage and ordered the
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executions of Jewish doctors
he imagined were plotting to
kill him.
Beaten In Classroom
"I was beaten in the class-
room, and the teacher
pretended not to see."
For his children, things were
only marginally better.
Shapiro recalled reading in
Izvestia in 1976 that all
national minorities have the
right to teach their own
language and culture.
Testing this, he wrote a
letter to the department of
education of the Jewish Auton-
omous Region in Birobidjan,
asking for material to teach
Yiddish to his children.
Shapiro pulled from his
briefcase the reply he received
and saved, translating it word
by word. It said there was no
Yiddish school in Birobidjan,
the Jewish language was not
taught, and "therefore we
cannot send you books."
When his accomplished
daughter Naomi was rejected
by the special school her
brother, Israel, already
attended, Shapiro brought a
civil action in court.
He was told that she could
not have been rejected because
of anti-Semitism, because
"anti-Semitism is outlawed in
the Soviet Union."
At this point he was bent on
an unremitting course to look
for the truth. In Moscow, he
approached Samuil Zivs,
Jewish member of the Soviet
Anti-Zionist Public
Committee. He spoke to him
"as a lawyer."
Shapiro asked Zivs to
explain legally how a country
that outlawed anti-Semitism
could practice anti-Semitism,
after having signed the United
Nations International Conven-
tion on the Elimination of All
Forms of Racial Discrimina-
tion.
As Shapiro recalls, Zivs
replied, "Yes. it is a law, but
the fact that they refused to
hear your case is because
every law protects only good
citizens. If you want to leave
the country, you are a bad
citizen."
Things became especially
rough after "the film."
Shapiro speaks about it with a
shudder even today.
Unindicted Witness
Shapiro was an unindicted
witness in the 1970 Leningrad
trials of a group who had tried
to steal .a plane to fly their way
to freedom via Sweden.
Never charged, Shapiro
ironically became the one left
behind, the last Leningrad
witness to leave the Soviet
Union.
In 1982, Shapiro was inter-
viewed by French television.
Two years later, the KGB,
using footage from this inter-
view, produced a film called
"Hirelings and Accomplices,"
which cast Shapiro as a
"Zionist agent in the Western
conspiracy against the Soviet
state."
Several weeks after the
broadcast, Shapiro was
featured on the evening news,
his home referred to as central
headquarters for "Zionist
conspirators" in Leningrad.
He was forced out of his posi-
tion as an electronics engineer.
Shapiro waited seven years
after the trial before applying
to emigrate in 1977. He was
refused on grounds of "state
secrets." His parents,
however, were permitted to go
to Israel.
Naomi sent a letter to Soviet
leader Mikhail Gorbachev, in
which she asked, "Why can't I
go to Israel to see my grand-
parents, whom I have never
seen?"
Naomi's letter was reprinted
in The Jerusalem Post, The
Jewish Chronicle of London
and The Atlanta Constitution.
She started receiving letters
of support from schoolchi.dren
in Atlanta, in which they
"wished her to have such a life
as they have," and described a
life of freedom in America,
said Shapiro.
An eight-year-old boy sent a
letter to Gorbachev, saying,
"Please, Mr. Gorbachev, let
Naomi go to see her grandpar-
ents in Israel, or you will never
be re-elected as president."
In Israel:
Shapiro believes it was this
kind of help, coupled with
Gorbachev's popular theme of
"glasnost" that finally won the
Shapiros their freedom to
leave the Soviet Union this
March.
Shapiro does not believe in
the number system currently
in use for citing how many
Soviet Jews wish to leave. "I
think it is not so much as
400,000, but on the other
hand, I think it could be much
more."
Shapiro back.- the Israeli
Cabinet's rect lecision to
restrict Israeli ,as only for
those bound directly to Israel
via Bucharest.
Why? "The supermarket,"
he explained.
After years of anti-Israel
propaganda, Soviets are
astounded to see the plentiful
supply of food in Israel, espe-
cially the fresh vegetables.
"They will see the super-
market and they will see the
rest. And they will say, 'It's
like in the United States.'
Even I was surprised."
Church/State Separation
JERUSALEM (JTA) The Labor party issued a statement
calling on rabbis and rabbinical court judges to "abstain from
political activity."
The statement, issued by the party's Platform Committee for
Religious Affairs, surprised many who had expected a statement
more conciliatory towards the religious community.
However, campaign spokesman Avraham Burg son of
former National Religious Party leadtr Yosef Burg, and himself
religious said that "it represents a new style and therefore a
new approach as well."
The statement also reaffirmed several Labor Party positions,
including opposition to "religious coercion," promotion of
"Jewish unity among all streams of Judaism" and opposition to
the "Who is a Jew?" amendment to the Law of Return.
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Page 16 The Jewish Floridian/Friday, September 9,1988
Sweetening the New Year
By NAOMI ARBIT
Each Jewish holiday has its
own characteristics and its
own traditional foods. In the
celebration in the home, there
are many foods which are
important because of what
they symbolize.
At Rosh Hashanah, the
traditional braided Shabbat
challah loaf is baked in a round
form and is dotted with
raisins. This challah, along
with slices of apple, are dipped
in honey, symbolizing the
hopes for a full, wholesome
and sweet New Year.
CHALLAH
(New, quicker method;
produces fail-proof loaf in 90
minutes)
4 1/2 cups bread flour
2 packages quick rise yeast
(Instant Blend Dry Yeast)
2 tablespoons sugar
2 teaspoons salt
1 cup water
2 tablespoons oil
3 eggs, slightly beaten;
reserve 1 tablespoon for glaze
1/4 cup white raisins
Combine 2 cups flour, yeast,
sugar, and salt in large bowl of
an electric mixer; beat with
dough hook if available.
Heat water to a temperature
of 120 degrees; add to flour
mixture. Add eggs and beat at
high speed for three minutes.
Stir in 2 1/2 cups flour and the
raisins, mixing by hand until
the dough leaves the sides of
the bowl.
Place dough on a floured
surface and knead until
smooth and elastic; about five
minutes. Place in a greased
bowl; turning to grease the
top. Cover and let rise in a
warm place until double in
size; 30 minutes. (You can turn
your electric oven on to 150
degrees for one minute, turn it
off, place bowl of dough on
rack with door closed). Poke
two fingers in the center of the
dough. If holes remain, raising
is complete.
Shape dough into an elon-
gated baseball bat about 34
inches long. On a greased
baking sheet, circle rope
around itself (large end under
center), until a round dome-
shaped Challah is formed.
Cover and let raise in a warm
place 15 minutes.
Combine 1 tablespoon egg
with 1 tablespoon water; brush
over the surface of the
Challah. Sprinkle with sesame
seeds if desired. Bake in a 375
degree oven for 55-60 minutes
or until golden brown. Cool on
a rack.
TZIMMES
(Traditional side-dish; a
meatless variety)
2 pounds carrots
3 pounds sweet potatoes or
yams
12-16 ounces pitted prunes
1/2 cup sugar
1/2 cup firmly packed brown
sugar
1/2 teaspoon salt
1-2 tablespoons margarine
2 cups water
Slice carrots 1/2 inch thick.
Peel and slice sweet potatoes
into 1 1/2 x 1/2 inch chunks.
Combine all ingredients in a
large casserole. Cover and
bake in a 425 degree oven for
one hour.
Uncover; bake one hour
longer, stirring occasionally
until carrots and potatoes are
tender and water has evapor-
ated.
HONEY PECAN CAKE
(A modern adaptation of the
traditional Honey Lekach)
1 tablespoon vinegar and
enough milk to make 1 cup
1 cup vegetable oil
1 1/2 cups sugar
3 eggs
1 teaspoon vanilla
2 cups flour
3 teaspoons baking powder
1/2 teaspoon baking soda
1 teaspoon cinnamon
1/4 teaspoon cloves
1/2 cup chopped pecans
Honey glaze:
1/4 cup honey
1 tablespoon water
1 tablespoon lemon juice
In a large mixing bowl, stir
oil into the sugar; add eggs and
vanilla. Beat one minute at
medium speed with an electric
mixer.
In another bowl combine
flour, baking powder, baking
soda and spices. Add to
creamed mixture alternately
with the sour milk. Beat one
minute more. Stir in the
pecans.
Pour into a well greased
10-inch fluted tube pan. Bake
in a 350 degree oven for 40
minutes.
Let stand 10 minutes.
Remove from pan.
In a small saucepan, bring
honey, water and lemon juice
to a boil. Prtek holes in hot
cake; drizzle with Honey
Syrup. Cool on a rack.
LOW-CHOLESTEROL
LOW-FAT HONEY CAKE
(Lipid Research Clinic,
University of Iowa)
2 tablespoons vegetable oil
1 cup honey
2 egg whites, lightly beaten
2 cups flour
2 teaspoons baking powder
Pinch of salt
1 cup bran
1 cup pineapple juice
1/2 cup chopped pecans
In a large mixing bowl, blend
together oil, honey, and egg
whites. In a separate bowl, stir
flour, baking powder, salt and
bran together. Add flour
mixture and pineapple juice all
at once to honey mixture.
Stir until dry ingredients are
just moistened. Fold in the
nuts. Spoon batter into an
oiled 9x5x3-inch loaf pan.
Bake in a 350 degree oven
for 50-60 minutes or until cake
pulls away from the sides of
the pan.
Naomi Arbit teaches cooking and is
the author of seven cookbooks.
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Senesh Film Gets
Warm Canadian Reception
iy MICHAEL SOLOMON
[ONTREAL (JTA) A
rm ovation was given to the
[miere here of "Hannah's
lr," a Him about Hannah
kesh. the young Hungarian-
h Jewish woman who was
[lured and executed by
iganan Nazis after para-
ting into wartime Eastern
rope to try to save the lives
lowned British airmen.
Ibout 1,500 spectators
[nded the screening at this
's Montreal International
Festival. They gave a
applause to the film's
tor and director, Israeli
srican producer Menahem
in, who said he repre-
ted not only the United
les but the Israeli film
stry as well.
\e two-and-a-half-hour film
cts the life and death-by-
lution of Senesh, the
tpest native who
tated to Palestine at the
age of 17, and who at the age
of 22 was sent on a mission by
the British Royal Air Force to
help British airmen escape out
of occupied Europe.
Together with other Jewish
volunteers from Palestine,
Senesh managed to evade Nazi
troops in occupied Yugoslavia
and re-enter Hungary, where
her mother, Catherine, had
avoided deportation.
Senesh was unaware of her
mother's disposition at the
time she smuggled herself
back to Hungary. She had a
personal dream of somehow
saving her mother and other
Jews to escape the Nazis.
In the film, Hanna is port-
rayed by Dutch actress
Maruschka Detmers. Amer-
ican actress Ellen Burstyn
plays Hanna's mother. Other
members of the cast include
British actors David Warner,
and
Bar
Donald Pleasence
\nthony Andrews.
In an interview with the
Jewish Telegraphic Agency,
Golan, whose Cannon Films is
based in Los Angeles, said that
the Israeli media gave positive
marks to his movie. He said
the film remains "90 percent
true to fact."
Golan said he refrained from
depicting Senesh with her
teeth missing after the torture
and beatings she received in
prison in Budapest. He said he
felt the audiences would have
recoiled from such vivid
portrayal, although biogra-
phies of Senesh include this
detail.
Several Jewish women were
interviewed in the United
States for the part, Golan said,
but he chose a non-Jew
because "I was struck by
Maruschka's serenity and
beauty."
Friday, September 9, 1988/The Jewish Floridian Page 17
Dutch to Aid Children of Nazis
_ AMSTERDAM (JTA) The Netherlands Ministry of Social
Welfare has awarded a modest subsidy to a group that deals with
the special psychological needs of children of former Dutch
Nazis.
The ministry granted the funds to the Herkenning ("recogni-
tion ') organization, which claims the offspring of Nazis suffer
psychological problems because they are seen by others as the
children of traitors.
The money will be used to train professional psychotherapists
to help these people cope with their specific problem. These
children will not, however, qualify as first- or second-generation
victims, as do such children of Nazi victims, who are in certain
cases entitled to permanent or temporary government benefits.
The director of the Jewish mental health foundation here has
stated that he does not object to this subsidv.
Happy New Year
Hazel and Irving Cypen
and Family
Igineers Unveil
Personnel
Carrier
By HIGH ORGEL
1L AVIV (JTA) The
leering corps of the Israel
ise Forces, celebrating
ineers Day" has unveiled
Israeli-designed, heavy-
eight armored personnel
Tr (APC).
f new Israel APC is based
le chassis of the British-
Centurion tank, which
tits gun removed and
laced with a turret
aced by Israeli industries.
imanding officer of the
(leering corps, Brig. Gen.
if Ayal, told military
^spondents that the IDF is
iring itself for any battle-
[possibilities, including the
! to have to perform front-
battle duties in areas
iminated by gas or chem-
fctft'IltS.
w newsmen were shown
Kisticated anti-chemical
fare equipment, including
illy-made desktop detec-
ievice which analyzes the
kical content of the air.
^al, who described it as
|Dng the best in the world,"
the unit cost about
)00 and is intended for
chemical warfare units,
ses and hospitals.
UN Forces
lecure Golan
.RUSALEM (JTAi -
tnse Minister Yitzhak
expressed satisfaction
the role of the United
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olan Heights in the area
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^m meeting with Mai. Gen.
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Page 18 The Jewish Floridian/Friday, September 9,1988
Women Help Elect
Tel Aviv Chief Rabbi
By HUGH ORGEL
TEL AVIV (JTA) Rabbi
Yisrael Lau, for the past nine
vears chief rabbi of Netanya,
was elected Tel Aviv's seventh
Ashkenazic chief rabbi by a
30-member electoral panel
that for the first time included
four women members.
Lau's election ended a hard-
fought campaign by the local
religious council to prevent the
four women from participating
in the vote.
The election of a new chief
rabbi was delayed for two
years, following the death of
Rabbi Yedidya Frankel.
because of the Labor Align-
ment's insistence on having
women members on the elec-
toral panel.
One of the appointees,
lawyer Haviva Aviguy, sued
the city with assistance from
NA'AMAT, the women's
Labor Zionist organization,
and won..The religious council
was compelled to give in to a
Supreme Court ruling in May
that barring women from the
panel which has no religious
functions was discrimina-
tory.
The electoral panel includes
10 City Council representa-
tives, 10 religious council
representatives and 10 repre-
sentatives of the city's syna-
gogues. Of these, 21 members
voted for Lau and five voted
for his only competitor, Or
Akiva Chief Rabbi Menahem
Haham. One ballot was
spoiled, two panel members
were abroad, and the
remaining vote could not
immediately be accounted for.
Several of the rabbis entered
the hall to cast their ballots
only after the women members
had voted and had left the
room.
Lau, regarded as a liberal in
philosophy, indicated after his
election that the largely
secular character of Tel Aviv
would not be changed, and
cafes and cinemas would
remain open on Friday nights.
"I am no Don Quixote, and I
won't attempt to tilt against
windmills." he said. "In the
long run I will attempt to
influence people using expla-
nation and education."
He added, "Tel aviv is no
ordinary city it needs some
Judaism."
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Koch and Jackson
Rapprochement
Friday, September 9,1988/The Jewish Floridian Page 19
By
(DREW SI LOW CARROLL
few \ I >RK (JTA) New
K City Mayor Edward
lh ami the Rev. Jesse
\>llU si ok hands briefly
a two liour meeting and
fct.,j to pursue a "common
n,ia' that would include
Hang urban problems and
il the vote for Demo-
ijc j rsidential nominee
hae! Dukakis.
fhi- grandsons and grand-
jrhters of slaves and the
and daughters of the
bcaust must sit down and
common ground,"
its. m said at a news confer-
ring the meeting.
ight to deflect atten-
from events in April,
n tensions flared during
New York Democratic
wy following remarks by
ho said Jews and other
> of Israel would
to be crazy" to vote for
bon, and that Jackson had
about his participation in
the events following the assas-
sination of Dr. Martin Luther
King Jr.
The news conference was
held at New York Gov. Mario
Cuomo's Manhattan office at 2
World Trade Center. Cuomo
said the meeting, initiated by
Koch, "was not an attempt to
go back into history, to April
1988, or forward into April
1989."
Jackson and Koch did agree,
according to Cuomo, that it
was "important when we do
come to differ that we concen-
trate on judgments or policy
rather than on people's integ-
rity."
Cuomo spoke first, followed
by Koch, then Jackson.
Koch's remarks in April
stung the city's black
community, and at the
meeting, Jackson mentioned
them in the same breath as
other recent racially divisive
events in New York City.
In particular, he mentioned
the death of a black man at the
hands of a white gang in
Howard Beach, and the
ongoing defiance by the
Yonker's City Council of a
federal judge's order to agree
to a desegregation plan for the
suburb.
No Apology
But Jackson said he neither
sought nor-received an
apology from Koch for the
remarks. "I bear no animosity
in my heart toward anyone,"
he said.
Koch said that apologies
"were not the purpose of this
meeting. The purpose was to
forge ahead, not to look back-
ward."
Koch said that in months
past, he had already apolo-
gized for the stridency, if not
the substance, of his remarks.
Those accompanying
Jackson at the closed meeting
were Manhattan Borough
President David Dinkins, Rep.
Charles Rangel (D-N.Y.), labor
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Page 20 The Jewish Floridian/Friday, September 9,1988
Pollards to Get
Better Prison Treatment
Pollard Prison Transfer Still Possible
By HOWARD ROSENBERG
WASHINGTON (JTA) -
Bureau of Prisons Director J.
Michael Quinlan assured a
group of religious leaders that
Anne Henderson Pollard, wife
of convicted spy Jonathan Jay
Pollard, will receive certain
improvements in her treat-
ment in prison, bureau spokes-
woman Kathryn Morse said.
She said that Quinlan agreed
to allow rabbis to visit Anne
and Jonathan privately. Also,
he promised to allow two of
Anne Pollard's doctors to visit
her.
But Morse disputed a claim
by one member of the group.
Rev. William Harter of Cham-
bersburg. Pa., that Pollard
would also be allowed to take
certain medications currently
being denied to her. Morse
said Quinlan simply agreed to
'look at" the medicine issue.
The drug in question, Domper-
idone, would help her digest
food.
Morse could not be reached
to confirm or deny Harter's
statements that Quinlan also
agreed to lift media restric-
tions on Anne Pollard, and to
consider transferring her to a
prison closer to her hometown.
She is currently at the Federal
Medical Center in Rochester,
Minn.
Anne Pollard, who is serving
a five-year sentence with no
parole for being an accessory
to her husband's crime, suffers
from a debilitating disorder
called biliary dyskinesia, and
has had difficulty digesting
food.
Jonathan Pollard, who was
sentenced to life imprisonment
without parole, is incarcered
at the U.S. Penitentiary in
Marion, 111., which Morse said
is the highest security U.S.
prison.
Quinlan met with an ad hoc
group called the Ecumenical
Coalition to Save Anne
Pollard's Life, represented by
Bernard Henderson, Anne
Pollard's father; Rev. Frank
Eiklor, president of Shalom
International; Rabbi Richard
Yellin, of Congregation
Mishkan Tefila of Chestnut
Hill, Mass.; Sister Rose
Koch and
Jackson
Continued from Page 19
leader Stanley Hill and
Jackson's son Jonathan. Koch
was accompanied by busi-
nessman Peter Strauss, who is
Jewish.
Black leaders and the city's
black-run newspapers objected
when the meeting was
announced earlier this month.
Those opposing Koch in next
April's Democratic primary
for mayor felt a reconciliation
between Koch and Jackson
would thwart their attempts to
launch a "Stop Koch"
campaign.
Jackson countered those
complains by saying the
meeting was about launching a
massive voter registration
drive with Koch's help, in
order to help elect Dukakis as
president in November.
Thering, professor of educa-
tion at Seton Hall University;
and Harter.
After the meeting, the group
held a rally for more than an
hour near the Bureau of
Prisons here. Henderson, one
of the last speakers, said "to
come here and hear promises
made after months and
months of struggle, is truly
heartwarming and has made a
difference."
By HOWARD ROSENBERG
WASHINGTON (JTA) A
Bureau of Prisons official
termed as premature reports
that Anne Henderson Pollard
is being transferred to a
federal prison near her
father's home in
Secaucus, N.J.
The official, responding to a
Washington Post report, said a
decision has "not been final-
ized," but is expected this
week.
John Chreno, executive
assistant to the warden at the
Federal Medical Center in
Rochester, Minn., where
Pollard is incarcerated, said he
could not comment on the
medical condition of a specific
patient.
He said that no changes have
yet occurred in her situation terms for assistingtfie
since a meeting at the Federal onage activities
Bureau of Prisons here
between J. Michael Quinlan,
the bureau director, and reli-
gious leaders seeking
improved treatment for
Pollard.
Among the assurances
reached were that two of
Anne's doctors \
allowed to visit her and i
the bureau was to strom
consider moving her t3
prison in New Jersey.
Pollard is serving
concurrent five-year pri
husband, Jonathan, on I
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quate medical treatment]
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Friday, September 9,1988/The Jewish Floridian Page 21
Bed
By BEN GALLOB
There are 147 Christian
issionary groups in the
nited States that are organ-
mainly to try to induce
ews to convert. But the end
esult of their efforts,
,ccording to an expert in the
eld, is that they spend large
urns of money for small gains.
According to Philip Abram-
witz, director of the Task
orce on Missionaries and
ults of the New York Jewish
ommunity Relations Council
?RC). the missionary groups
ent a total of more than $150
ion during the past five
ears.
Ahramowitz told the Jewish
raphic Agency that his
tat estimate of the effective-
M 11 such huge expenditures
;is roughly 25,000 Jews
diverted to Christianity
iring the past 10 years. "I
ish we could do a comprehen-
Ire study of just exactly how
any Jews do convert, but we
l't have the funds," he said.
Ibramowitz said a "sister
ranization" to the JCRC
force, which was founded
1977, is the Cult Line and
inic formed by the Jewish
kard of Family and Child-
Services.
[That program, which is
jlded by a special grant from
New York Federation of
pish Philanthropies, main-
iis a 24-hour hot-line. It also
Brs help to individuals who
i in or who have left a cult,
jell as to family and friends
lews involved in cult or
sionary activities.
le program also helps indi-
jals and organizations who
it to know more about cults
missionary groups
>w to recognize them and
to avoid them."
the Jewish board provides
Itial consultation, with
Iphasis on improving
rental communication with
|dren, as well as long- and
)rt-term counseling for
ler cult members and their
lilies.
kbramowitz told the JTA
it task forces opposing
^version efforts are main-
tied by Federations in Los
reles, Philadelphia and
li, who all work with the
York Task Force.
missionary agency partic-
Reclaiming Victims of Evangelism
ularly active in the New York
area is Jews for Jesus, which
regularly distributes thou-
sands of skillfully designed
pamphlets.
Abramowitz said the major
missionary group is the Amer-
ican Board of Missions to the
Jews, but such groups as Jews
for Jesus get their funds from
a variety of Christian evangel-
ical sources.
Groups like Jews for Jesus
and B'nai Yeshua seek to form
a kind of bridge. The process
starts with efforts to persuade
Jews they can be "Hebrew
Christians," who can then be
targets of outright conversion
efforts. Exact figures on their
successes are not available,
only estimates, such as those
of Abramowitz.
As a counterforce to Jews
for Jesus, Jews for Judaism
was organized about five years
ago in Baltimore. Its current
director is Larry Levey,
himself a former Hebrew
Christian. He became director
in 1985.
In an interview with the
JTA, Levey, 33, said that any
Jew who does not have strong
personal, family or spiritual
roots is susceptible to
missionary appeals at a time of
transition or vulnerability.
He cited as examples of
transition entering college,
loss of a loved one, divorce,
involvement in drugs and
leaving the sheltered college
world to make one's way in the
real world of work.
After the Baltimore office
began operations, similar
groups were organized succes-
sively in Los Angeles, Harris-
burg, Pa., and, then, in
Brooklyn. He said the four
Jews for Judaism offices have
attracted many volunteers to
help carry out their anti-
missionary programs.
Missionaries are encouraged
to reach out, to go where Jews
are, particularly college
campuses. They go through
telephone directories, looking
for Jewish-sounding names to
use in mailing lists. They are
encouraged to strike
personal friendships
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IMMEDIATE
PAST PRESIDENT
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VICE PRESIDENTS
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Howard R Scharlin
Maxine E Schwartz
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Jack Bellock
Helene Berger
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Page 22 The Jewish Floridian/Friday. September 9,1988
PLO Urges Boycott
By TAMAR LEVY
GENEVA (JTA) Farouk
Kaddoumi, head of the Pales-
tine Liberation Organization's
political department, called on
the international community
to boycott Israel.
Addressing a conference of
non-governmental organiza-
tions meeting at the United
Nations headquarters here on
the issue of Palestine, the PLO
official charged that both
major political parties in
Israel, the Likud and Labor,
do not intend to return to the
Palestinians the territories
captured in the Six-Day War
of 1967.
Kaddoumi said that while
the political platform of the
Evangelism
Continued from Page 21
According to a report in
Coalition, the Agudath Israel
newsletter, Jews for Judaism
has reclaimed 70 Jews who had
already converted, and
prevented countless others
from taking that step.
Each Jews for Judaism
office has a speakers bureau,
Levey said, but the speakers
bureau in the Baltimore office
operates at the national level.
He said Jews for Judaism is
a privately financed, tax-
exempt non-profit agency
independent of any national
Jewish organization or of any
Jewish denominational group.
After passing the bar in
Washington, Levey worked
for a law firm in Washington,
then was transferred to the
firm's Los Angeles office.
Aimless in his personal life, he
drifted into a group called
Beth Messiah. The Bronx-born
attorney attended services of
Beth Messiah regularly.
After 18 months, Levey
became disillusioned with the
Beth Messiah "theology,"
after seeing that Beth Messiah
"spiritual" leaders taught
members that conversion to
Christianity would give them
close ties to God and solve all
their problems.
Levey had noticed that many
of his fellow members
remained unhappy and were
obviously not getting the inner
peace and happiness promised
them.
He moved back to Rockland
County, N.Y.. where he had
grown up, and went to work
for a law firm. Pondering his
experiences as a "Hebrew-
Christian," he wrote an article
which was published in the
B'nai B'rith Jewish Monthly in
April 1984.
He said he received a flood of
mail, including letters from
parents who wrote they had
lost children to the cults and
that his article had given them
hope.
He began to work with Jews
who had become victims of
"Hebrew-Christian" groups
and who had left the groups.
He also became steadily more
responsive to appeals from
parents of cult victims.
Levey told the JTA that not
all Christian church organiza-
tions support Christian
missionary work aimed at
Jews. He said Episcopalian
bishops in Washington issued a
statement in May 1987, urging
all Christian churches to have
nothing to do with Jews for
Jesus.
Likud block states that Israel
should annex the territories,
the Labor Alignment's plat-
form says the Jordan River
should be established as the
permanent border of Israel in
any settlement with Jordan.
In view of the uprising in the
territories and Israel's treat-
ment of Palestinians there, the
international community
"should find ways and means
to protect the population of the
occupied territories," the PLO
official said.
He said that the imposition
of sanctions against Israel by
the international community
would serve as a warning to
Israel "to stop its criminal
practices."
Israel continued to be the
target of sharp condemnations
bv various speakers at the
NGO conference here.
Summer Vacation Extended
For School Kids
By HUGH ORGEL
TEL AVIV (JTA) Some
1.3 million Israeli school chil-
dren got an extended summer
vacation as their teachers
went on strike for an indefinite
period.
Only kindergarten and first-
grade pupils started school last
week, while all second to 12th-
graders had to stay home.
The Histadrut teachers
union and the Independent
Secondary School Teachers
Association joined forces to
call the work stoppage, to
protest the Finance Ministry's
last-minute rejection of
teachers' wage demands,
following four months of nego-
tiations.
The teachers have asked for
a seven percent salary hike, on
top of the 11 percent increase
to be given throughout the
public sector over a two-year
period.
The teachers said the
Finance Ministry had ample
time during the last four
months to indicate it would not
agree to the teachers' demand
for an extra raise.
They say this raise is due
them to compensate many
years in which they were paid
salaries lower than the
average income in Israel.
The Education Ministry is
backing the teachers'
demands. Education Minister
Yitzhak Navon met with
Finance Minister Moshe
Nissim in an effort to find a
compromise that would enable
all students to return to their
classes.
The teachers union agreed t I
make an exception for kinder
garteners and first-grade^
going to school for the firsj
time, to avoid great disaJ
pointment after months oil
anticipation.
An exception was also made
in Kiryat Tivon, where eight.
year-old Hanan Zaguri WJ
brutally murdered. The
teachers felt that the you*,.
sters should return to school
where their fears could be
talked out under the guidance
of teachers and psychologists.!
Jerusalem Mayor Teddvl
Kollek demonstrative^
returned his Histadru'l
membership card to protest!
the teachers' strike and thJ
failure of the Histadrut labor!
federation to stop it.
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^ Jppalina in Hungary
Medical Miracles
Friday, September 9,1988/The Jewish Floridian Page 23
By SUSAN BIRNBAUM
BUDAPEST (JTA) Two
jedical facilities here are
Offering completely disparate
ervices to Jews, and while the
Lfference between the two
lospitals is vast, the inspira-
|(in they provide ailing Jews is
nifying.
I One is the Jewish Nursing
lome, built in 1914, the sole
imaining Jewish hospital of
lur that once belonged to the
Wish community here.
[In another part of Budapest,
an unadorned seven-story
Bilding, children from all over
le world come to learn to
and, to walk, and to function
a level previously thought
ppossible.
The 200-bed nursing home is
a sufficient facility to serve
aging Jewish population,
of whom are Holocaust
fivors.
tut there is hope. The
Bpital has received funds
\m the American Jewish
it Distribution Committee
I construction of a new wing
accommodate 50 new beds.
["he Emanuel Foundation
Hungarian Culture, which
also indicated its desire to
^port the hospital, spon-
ed avisit to the facility in
|v July.
le hospital's director, Dr.
Iras Losonci, led the tour,
fwing the hospital's
?arent needs to an
lourage that included
Jcha Dinitz, chairman of the
frld Zionist Organization-
rish Agency Executive.
ie's Dire Needs
Losonci is both director of
hospital and president of
)K (the National Associa-
of Hungarian Jews), the
fcial Jewish community
j. With two hats tipping
pariously from his head as
ans from one obligation to
fcher, Losonci tries his best
[rever he goes to impress
lis listeners the nursing
?'s dire need.
sonci said the money will
r construction expenses,
hat afterward the hospital
still need all the basics,
bandages and equipment
eds, robes and medical
onnel. At present, said
nci, eight doctors care for
1200 patients.
ilph Goldman, JDC
ttrary executive vice presi-
t, said the hospital's needs
tnd building the wing will
met by the JDC as they
)wever, Losonci appeared
worried that the aging
litants will not have their
met in the short time
many of them have.
Banwhile, across town, the
Institute formally
vn as the Andras Peto
Institute for the Motor
led, Conductors College
is established after World
II by a Jewish doctor who
?ved in miracles.
Andras Peto felt sure
children with motor
inction could overcome
Wities.
Peto's form of therapy is
unique, yet simple.
Known as Conductive
Education, this therapy
employs only one teacher-
therapist, called a
"conductor," for each step of
the therapeutic process, in lieu
of a string of specialists.
The method works. Udi
Leon of Jerusalem said Israeli
doctors had told him that his
son, Yoel, who has cerebral
palsy, would always need a
wheelchair.
Yoel first came to Peto in
February 1987, unable to
move his legs. Now Yoel
stands for short periods of
time.
Talia Kushnir, nine, of Jeru-
salem, has cerebral palsy, but
her mother, Joanna, is optim-
istic that Talia will be walking.
Ma'ayan and Ayelet Chazut,
six-year-old twins, weren't
previously able to walk. In
Israel, Ma'ayan was diagnosed
as unable to write. She learned
to write in Hebrew in
Hungary.
A study of independent func-
tioning among Peto's
graduates shows 85 percent
able to learn or work, and 60
percent functioning unaided.
Seventy Percent Success
Leon also made an aston-
ishing claim, that the Peto
Institute has a 70 percent
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Near Medical Miracles
I
Continued from Ptf 23
success rate with children born
with spina bifida, the disease
remembered for the legal case
of the infant girl "Baby Doe,"
and the right to withhold
feeding her because she would
"never be anything more than
a vegetable."
Leon said that spina bifida
children leave Peto walking
and functioning. His asser-
tions about Conductive Educa-
tion have been corroborated b;
written testimony from Israe
experts, of whom several
visited Peto in October 1987.
Professor Reuven Feuer-
stein of Bar-Ilan University
and the Hadassah-WIZO-
Canada Research Institute
wrote, "I am now more than
ever convinced that the results
obtained through this method
are not only significant, but
they bear great promise."
THe result of Feuerstein's
letter and others from Israeli
medical and education experts
resulted first in the planning of
an Israeli home in Budapest to
house the children and fami-
lies, as well as a long-sighted,
permanent solution: to bring
Conductive Education back to
Israel.
They call the group the Asso-
ciation for Advancement of
Conductive Education in
Israel, known in Israel simply
as Kadima. Their specific
intentions are to instruct
skilled Israeli personnel in
Budapest in a four-year
training period, while Israeli
children continue their
learning process.
Special Commitment
Peto's director, Dr. Maria
Hari, told Kadima of a special
commitment to help introduce
Conductive Education in
Israel, "in keeping with the
expressed interest of its
founder, Dr. Andras Peto,
himself a Jew."
Hungarian authorities
approved the Israeli training
program although other coun-
tries offered more financially
remunerative proposals.
Israeli authorities have also
approved the program, and
recommended 25 percent
funding from government
sources.
Kadima said that the Jewish
Agency and the Joint Distribu-
tion Committee are in the final
stages of adopting the training
program, which will initially
comprise 10 students.
Kadima intends to send
YOUR CAR IN ISRAEL
more children beginning this
September, but estimates it
needs at least $80,000 more
funding.
Several foundations have
committed to helping the insti-
tute, including the Emanuel
Foundation and P.E.F. Israel
Endowment Funds, Inc., both
located in New York.
The Kadima logo on the
group's letterhead begins with
a child in a wheelchair and
ends with a running child.
Leon said this was not merely
wishful thinking.
"Almost all the children who
came here have made incred-
ible improvement," he said.
"You cannot change the phys-
ical problem, but you can teach
how to cope with it."
MONTREAL (JTA) Cana-
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not to attend a second meeting
with leaders of the Canadian
Arab community.
The decision not to attend
the meeting followed weeks of
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'raternal Fallout:
Defense Attorney Booted
In Aftermath of Cop-Killing
By ELLEN ANN STEIN
| Jewish Floridian Staff Writer
LTTORNEY Milt Hirsch
asked to represent a man
tused of killing a cop. Hirsch
cepted and it cost him his
^mbership in the Shomrim
ciety, a fraternal organiza-
of Jewish law enforce-
knt officials.
lirsch will represent Freddy
irade, 23, one of two men
irged in the slaying of
imi Beach Police Detective
)tt Rakow. On June 29,
kow, a husband and father
. six-month-old baby girl,
from a bullet wound to the
lin in a reverse cocaine
Rakow also was a member of
Shomrim.
There are about 200
members of the South Florida
Shomrim Society, including
some judges, prosecutors,
police officers and probation
officers. About 30 members
held a meeting last week and
voted to boot Hirsch from the
society.
"Some people are treating
this as a Jewish issue," said
David Waksman, second vice
president of Shomrim and a
Dade County assistant state
attorney. "Some are saying a
Jewish lawyer should not
defend someone accused of
killing a Jewish policeman.
Folk Art Calendar
in art calendar for the
/ish year 5749, featuring
work of a Jewish papercut
iist specializing in tradi-
|nal themes, is available
the National Federation
Temple Sisterhoods
TS).
TFTS is the women's
bncy of the Union of Amer-
Hebrew Congregations,
itral body of Reform
iaism in North America.
The calendar is illustrated by
^mar Fishman of Bethesda,
iryland, an artist whose
fginal papercut, "American
idscape," was presented by
jsident Ronald Reagan to
;n-Israeli Prime Minister
^nachem Begin in 1981.
nhe NFTS art calendar
ters the period September
}8 through August 1989.
Tamar Fishman's work is a
celebration of the Jewish folk
tradition of papercutting,
which flourished among Jews
in Central and Eastern Europe
in the 19th century and also
appeared in Jewish communi-
ties in North Africa and the
Middle East.
The most popular form of
papercut was the mizrach,
which depicted mystical
kabbalistic inscriptions
designed to ward off evil
spirits and which often
adorned the eastern wall of
synagogues. Other traditional
papercuts included the
ushpizin, lines of poetry
welcoming the patriarchs
which were strung with harvest
fruits over the entrance to the
sukkah during the autumn
Feast of the Tabernacles, and
ketubot (marriage contracts).
apercut by Tamar Fishman, one of eight papercuts illustrating
>e new 571>9 art calendar just published by the National
Yi- ration of Temple Sisterhoods.
That is not what Shomrim is
saying. We're saying a frater-
nity brother should not repre-
sent someone accused of
killing another fraternity
brother."
The Rakow family declined
to publicly comment on the
Shomrim action, which has
since been subject to wide
media coverage and radio talk
show debates. Asked not to be
identified, one family member
said, "We were not part of the
decision."
HIRSCH said he feels a
"little tarred and feathered."
"My feeling is very much a
feeling of being hurt," said
Hirsch. "I'm very sad and I'm
very disappointed."
The trial is set for Nov. 7
before Dade Circuit Judge
Martin Kahn.
Shomrim president Robert
Singer, a homicide detective
with Metro Dade, conceded
that Shomrim members did
discuss more than the effect
Hirsch's mingling with the
Rakows at future Shomrim
gatherings may have.
"It was discussed that at
some point down the road, if
he (Andrade) is found guilty,
another attorney could pick up
the case on appeal and imply
because Milt was an attorney
and fraternal brother of
Scott's,he didn't bring out
the best defense," said Singer.
"My performance in this
case will surely put those fears
aside," contended Hirsch, who
said his client has pleaded "not
guilty."
"Because I'm going to give
the State Attorney's Office a
trial of a lifetime in this case.
I'm going to put on a tremen-
dous defense in this case."
The case is already pitched
with emotion. Rakow's death
followed those of other law
enforcement officers killed in
the line of duty. In Rakow's
case, the 28-year-old detective
had been devoted to athletics
in the community where he
was born and raised and spent
endless nours coaching neigh-
borhood children in the same
parks he played in as a youth.
WAKSMAN said he brought
the Hirsch/Rakow issue to the
Shomrim membership because
he was familiar with court-
house proceedings. According
to Waksman, a lawyer can
decline to take a case if he is
too busy or has a personal
problem with the case.
"My only disappointment,
apart from not being included
in Shomrim anymore, is that I
think the highest tradition of
Jewish morality and American
law is the defense of the
outcast and the pariah,"
lamented Hirsch. "By
excluding me from the organi-
zation, Shomrim has lost an
opportunity to exhibit a great
Friday, September 9, 1988/The Jewish Floridian Page 25
Museum Gets
Temple Relic
By HUGH ORGEL
TEL AVIV (JTA) A small
ivory pomegranate verified to
be the first known relic from
the First Temple has gone on
display at the Israel Museum.
The thumb-sized pome-
granate a rimon clearly
bears the inscription
"Belonging to the Temple of
the Lord, Holy to the Priests."
The rimon, which was
acquired by the Israel Museum
in Jerusalem for $550,000, is
less than two inches tall and
one inch wide. Carved from a
believed to be the oldest
known inscription with the
Hebrew name of God.
The only other relic of the
First Temple is said to be
silver scrolls bearing the bene-
diction of Kohanim, the high
priests. The scrolls were
recently found in a burial cave
overlooking Jerusalem's
Hinnom Valley, outside the
Old City.
The rimon is believed to be
at least 100 years older.
The ivory pomegranate's
acquisition by the Israel
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THE ONLY RELIC said to be recovered from King
Solomon's Temple is t his ivory Pomegranate presently on
display in the Israel Museum. The musem paid $550,000
into a secret Swiss bank account for this thumb-sized
antiquity. APIWide World Photo
single piece of ivory, it has a
flat base through which is cut a
small hole.
The rimon may have topped
the scepter of a high priest,
according to instructions laid
down in Exodus and Kings I.
Rimonim were also used to
adorn the high priests' robes.
The rimon is the first arti-
fact to be attributed to the
First Temple built by King
Solomon. Scientists who
analyzed the small object have
dated it to around the 8th
century B.C.E.
Solomon's Temple was dest-
royed by the Babylonians in
586 B.C.E.
The 2,800-year-old object is
badly chipped on one side. The
validating inscription is
written in ancient Hebrew in
completely legible script. It is
Museum marks the end of an
international journey that
began nine years ago, when
the rimon was bought in Israel
by an unknown party and
smuggled out of the country.
The buyer in turn sold the
object to an anonymous party
in Switzerland, who bought it
for the museum.
An Israeli archaelogist
examined the rimon in Swit-
zerland and verified its authen-
ticity.
Israeli newspapers specu-
lated that the rimon might
have been purchased by an
Israeli for a few hundred
dollars from a local dealer and
smuggled to Europe, where it
was placed on display in
France. The object's value was
estimated when the exhibition
curator sought advice for
insurance purposes.
moral transcendency. I think
that the organization should
have said we are proud, that
this defendant is being repre-
sented, not merely by one of
the many prominent Jewish
attorneys in town but, by one
of our own."
Meanwhile, talk about the
theory of "presumed inno-
cence" and the drama masking
a case where the reality is
death, loss and grieving, is not
Continued on Page 48


Page 26 The Jewish Floridian/Friday, September 9,1988
'Bonds' Synagogues
Nineteen synagogues in the
Greater Miami area will partic-
ipate in the annual Rosh
Hashanah and Yom Kippur
Appeals for the State of Israel
Bonds during the High
Holyday services this year.
Synagogues which will be
taking part in the holiday Bond
effort include: in Miami
Beth Tov and Temple Israel; in
Miami Beach Beth Israel,
Beth Raphael, Beth Sholom.
the Cuban Hebrew Congrega-
tion, Temple Emanu-El,
Hebrew Academy, Temple
Menorah, Temple Moses and
Temple Ner Tamid; in North
Dade Adath Yeshurun, The
Aventura Turnberry Jewish
Center, Beth Moshe, Beth
Torah and Young Israel of
Skylake; in South Dade Bet
Breira, Beth Am and Temple
Judea.
The participating congrega-
tions will be joining some 1,100
synagogues across the United
States and Canada in a
massive campaign to continue
the increases in High Holy Day
Israel Bonds subscriptions
which have been recorded
during the past five years.
A record $59.8 million in
holiday Bond subscriptions
were enrolled in 1987, setting
a new standard for this phase
of the Bond campaign and
helping the Bond Organization
to achieve more than $604
million in world-wide sales last
year, topping the previous
high of $603 million set in
1986.
Special emphasis is being
placed this year by rabbis and
other synagogue leaders who
will be conducting Bond
Appeals on the Individual
Variable Rate Issue (1VRI)
Bond, a $5,000 minimum
Israel security which pays a
competitive interest rate.
IVRI Bond interest is a base
rate of five percent plus half
the difference to the average
prime rate as determined by
three major U.S. banks. The
IVRI is currently paying 6.75
percent. The IVRI Bond is also
available in denominations of
$2,000 for IRA accounts only.
Noting this year's High Holy
Day Appeal theme of "Vote
Yes for Israel," Greater Miami
General Campaign Chairman
M. Ronald Krongold said that
a special "election' will take
place when the congregants
gather at their synagogues.
"The issue of the economy of
Israel and what we in the
Greater Miami area will do to
strengthen it," said Krongold.
"This is a time of crucial deci-
sions for the people of Israel.
A record Israel Bonds Appeal,
with special emphasis on a
maximum number of IVRI
Bond subscriptions, will be our
clearest declaration that we
stand in unity with Israel as it
grapples with its difficulties.
We must stand solidly
together with Israel and
declare proudly to the world
that we support the nation in
its search for peace from a
position of economic
strength."
Since the inception of the
Israel Bonds campaign in
1951, High Holy Day Appeals
in North American syna-
gogues have been a major
source of low-cost loan funds
for Israel and have made poss-
ible the remarkable growth in
the nation's economy.
Miami Beach artist Fred Albert has been commis-
sioned to create an illustrated "collage" for the 41st
Street office opening of City National Bank of Florida
showing the people and landmarks of Miami Beach
surrounding the actual site. Albert's works appear
regularly as covers for Miami Beach Magazine.
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an occasion for remembering
that the miracle of renewed
Jewish statehood was neither
achieved nor sustained
without profound commit-
ment.
North American Jews have
reason to be proud of their
record of commitment to the
well-being of the State of
Israel, particularly in the area
of economic development.
They have channeled monies
through" State of Israel Bonds
that have translated into
water systems and power
lines, highways and airports,
fields and factories.
In the ongoing enterprise of
building the State of Israel,
priorities do not arrange them-
selves conveniently. Security
tops the list, but economic
development runs a close
second. The two are closely
linked. An economically strong
Israel is an Israel strength-
ened in its search for peace.
To this end, economic
growth is a goal close to the
hearts of all of Israel's friends.
It means the wherewithal for
Israel to expand its telecom-
munications and high-tech
sectors, to continue to develop
the Negev and expand its
highway and power station
systems, to promote new
industry and thereby provide
jobs and increase exports.
These are goals which are
facilitated by loan proceeds
from sales of Israel Bonds in
Jewish communities
throughout the free world.
"Vote Yes for Israel" is the
timely theme of this year's
State of Israel Bonds High
Holy Day Appeal in syna-
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Conservative
Certification
Restored
By CATHRINE GERSON
JERUSALEM (JTA) The
Jerusalem Religious Council
has ruled to restore kashrut
certification to a youth hostel
operated by the Conservative
movement, in a move
prompted, ind part, by persua-
sion from American Orthodox
groups.
The rabbinate's decision
overturns a June ruling that
withdrew the 15-year-old certi-
fication of the popular hostel.
Rabbi Yehoshua Pollak, head
of kashrut supervision at the
rabbinate, likened the hostel at
the time to a "monastery" that
"destroys the Jewish reli-
gion."
This week's ruling resolves
for the time being a bitter
dispute between the Jerusalem
rabbinate and the Conserva-
tive movement, which filed
suit against the rabbinate in
July.
In welcoming the decision,
Rabbi Pesach Schindler,
director of the Center of
Conservative Judaism in Jeru-
salem referred thankfully to
consultations between the
rabbinate and representatives
of American Orthodox groups
including the Rabbinicai
Council of America, that acted
as moderators in the dispute.
Vote Yes for Israel
States and Canada.
As in previous years, ushers
in each congregation will be
distributing Israel Bonds
'ballot boxes" into which
congregants will be asked to
deposit bond tab cards.
Rosh Hashanah and Yom
Kippur appeals for Israel
Bonds give each membe.
the Jewish community *
opportunity to "vote'-n
Israel in a highly meaning
way with a maximum Isg
Bonds subscription f0r ,T
High Holy Days. r tk
M. Ronald Krong-M is ,.
chairman of Greater .Miami ^1
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MDA Wins Volunteer Award
Magen David Adorn in Israel has been honored with the
"Outstanding Volunteer Activity Award," presented bv
the Israel Minister of Labour and Social Welfare. Tbl
annual award also granted this year to the Israel
Defense Forces and other outstanding organizations and
individuals was presented to Prof. Arieh Harell, presj.
dent of MDA in Israel at a special ceremony held in
Jerusalem.
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fplit Decisions
Friday, September 9,1988/The Jewish Floridian Page 27
Primary Races
In a split-decision, barely a
barter of Dade voters ended,
owever temporarily, the long-
|me political tenures of two
nunty commissioners and
breed another into a runoff.
[James Redford, who had
en reprimanded by the Fair
lampaign Practices
lommittee, lost to former
ate Sen. Joe Gersten. Clara
Iseterle, also 14 years on the
lounty' Commission, lost to
hallenger, former State Rep.
terry Hawkins. Beverly Phil-
bs will face Miriam Alonso in
le Oct. 4. runoff.
[in other county races, Mayor
keve Clark handily beat his
wo opponents and Commis-
loner Harvey Ruvin's seat
las secure with 56 percent of
le vote in the District 5 race.
[in the Dade County School
oard Democratic primary,
ktsy Kaplan will face George
pox to fill the seat of retiring
ard member Paul Cejas. Oct.
nill also see incumbent Rosa
Lstro Fineberg pitted against
Jwcomer Jeff Tucker. On the
Bpublican ticket, Clinton
town defeated Howard
feiziss.
In the Circuit Court races,
Inners were incumbents
irtin Kahn and S. Peter
Capua. Henry Ferro won
outright over incumbent Ted
Mastos and Meek Robinette.
Attorney Phillip Davis will
face former assistant U.S.
Attorney Frederick Mann for
the Group 61 seat while
County Judge Roy Gelber and
Calvin Fox will face each other
in the runoff.
Over in the County Court
primaries, incumbents Jack
Martin Coe and Morton Lee
Perry each won easily in
Groups 6 and 27, respectively.
Assistant State Attorney
Gerald Hubbart won with a
simple majority for the Group
33 seat. In Groups 9 and 21,
challengers Robert Jones and
Nancy Pollock and Ana-Maria
Carnesoltas and Norman
Edwards will face each other,
respectively.
In other local matters, Dade
voters approved the first step
in the creation of a Juvenile
Welfare Board. In the
November general election,
the issue of granting taxing
power to the board will be
posed on the ballot. Miami's
charter will be amended to
reflect that city's approval of
an expanded four-year term
for the mayor.
In Democratic State House
races, outright winners were
incumbents Elaine Gordon,
Mike Friedman, Jim Burke,
Willie Logan and Susan
Guber. In District 114, Fran
Bohnsack and Scott Britan will
face one another in the runoff.
With the exception of
Districts 113 and 115 where
winners were Republicans
Mario Diaz-Balart and incum-
bent Luis Morse, Districts 109,
111,112, 114 and 117 will have
Republican runoffs: Christian
MacKenzie-Maranon vs. Luis
Rojas; Jorge Lopez vs. Nilo
Juri; Carlos Valdes vs. Miguel
DeGrandy; Mack Gilstrap vs.
Bruce Hoffman; and Frank
Jenkins vs. Scott McPherson,
respectively.
In the State Sentate races,
Democratic incumbents Jack
Gordon and Gwen Margolis
easily bested their opponents
for the election. Republicans
Rep. Roberto Casas and
former Rep. Javier Souto will
face Democrats Nick Ventura
and Dick Anderson, respec-
tively.
In the congressional races,
incumbent Dante Fascell won
a large plurality over chal-
lenger Wesley White for an
18th consecutive teerm.
In other U.S. House races,
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Page 28 The Jewish Floridian/Friday, September 9,1988
Canada Excludes Jews, Arabs
From Peacekeeping Force
By BEN KAYFETZ
TORONTO (JTA) The
Canadian Jewish Congress has
denounced as "discrimina-
tory" the acquiescence of the
Canadian government to a
request to exclude Jews,
women and those of Arab
extraction from the Canadian
military contingent sent to
Canadian
Charged With
Holocaust Crime
TORONTO (JTA) -
Canada's Attorney General
Ramon Hnatyshyn has signed
a preferred indictment against
Imre Finta, the first person to
be charged under Canadian
law with crimes against
humanity.
The preferred indictment
means that Finta will not face
a preliminary hearing, but will
go directly to trial.
Finta. 77. appeared in
Ontario Supreme Court before
Judge Archie Campbell. He
will appear again in court on
Sept. 15. when a trial date will
be set.
The eight-point indictment
charges Finta with committing
both war crimes and crimes
against humanitv during
World War II.
It alleges that in 1944, he
unlawfully confined 8,617
Jews at Szeged in Hungary
and stole jewelry, money and
other valuables from them
while using threat of violence.
Another charge relates to
incidents at a railway station
in Rocus, Hungary, where it is
alleged that Finta, then a
captain in the gendarmerie,
kidnapped Jews and had them
sent out of the country.
He is further charged with
being responsible for the
deaths of Jews during trans-
port through Hungary,
Austria, Czechoslovakia and
Poland.
Workers' Bus
Bombed
JERUSALEM (JTA) -
Firebombs were thrown at a
bus earning Arab and Jewish
workers near the Arab village
of Azarya on the eastern
outskirts of Jerusalem. No
serious injuries were reported
but the bus was severely
damaged.
The bus, operated by the
Gershon Tours Company,
makes the run daily, picking
up Jewish workers
from Ma'aleh Adumim and
Arab workers from neigh-
boring Azarya to their places
of work in Jerusalem.
Just as the bus was about to
stop in Azarya for Arab
workers to get on, two boys
appeared, their heads covered
with the traditional keffiyeh
headdress, and threw two
Molotov cocktails at the bus.
The bus immediately burst
into flames. Several workers
seated at the front rushed out
of the bus. One man was
slightly injured as he stepped
from the burning bus.
This is the first time since
the uprising began last
December that a bus carrying
passengers was attacked with
a petrol bomb.
monitor the cease-fire between
Iran and Iraq.
Dorothy Reitman, president
of the CJC, said in a statement
issued here that while Cana-
dian participation is "laud-
able," it is unfortunate that
conditions not acceptable and
"illegal" would be acceded to
by Canada.
A total of 500 Canadian
personnel will be sent to the
Gulf region as part of Canada's
contingent to monitor the
truce between the two coun-
tries.
Captain Don Ryan of the
Department of Defense
confirmed that Canada will not
send Jews, women or persons
of Arab origin to the region.
"There are sensitivities in
that area, so we don't want to
jeopardize peacekeeping
efforts by putting someone in
who could inflame the situa-
tion," he said.
"This whole approach is
discriminatory by definition
and is un-Canadian," Reitman
stated. "If these conditions
were insisted upon by Iranian
and Iraqi protagonists, it is a
sad but not unexpected
commentary on the undemo-
cratic nature of their regimes,
which have a long history of
human rights violations."
Reitman added that if
Canada wishes to exclude
certain personnel for their own
safety, "that would be an
internal decision, but to openly
cooperate with measures that
violate the Canadian Human
Rights Code and the Charter
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Friday, September 9,1988/The Jewish Floridian Page 29
IWASHINGTON (JTA) -
|e Senate will not likely vote
[the remaining months of the
Lagan administration to
Infirm William Brown as
Ibassador to Israel, know-
Igeahle sources said.
rhe current ambassador,
lomas Pickering, has served
that post since Aug. 1,1985,
ti is the most senior member
the State Department's
Ireip: Service.
decisions
tinued from Page 27
p. Larry Smith will face
publican Joseh Smith in
1st rut 16 and in District 15,
Bp. E. Clay Shaw will face
mocrat Michael Kuhle. Rep.
[illiam Lehman and Rep.
laude Pepper are unopposed.
|Fr the U.S. Senate seat
jsing vacated by Lawton
liles, Insurance Commis-
>ner Bill Gunter will face
p. Kenneth "Buddy"
icKay in the October runoff
|d the winner will oppose
kp. Connie Mack III in the
bvember general election.
In the Secretary of State
ce, incumbent Jim Smith will
ire former state Rep. Tom
jore and the second leader
illiam Key or Jim Taft. (The
loff position was still too
(>se to call at press time.)
lepublican Tom Gallagher
race either Ken Jenne or
^hn Vogt after the October
loff in the race for treas-
sr-insurance commissioner.
Brown, the U.S. ambassador
to Thailand, was second in
command at the U.S. Embassy
in Tel Aviv under Pickering's
predecessor, Samuel Lewis.
He was nominated in May to
replace Pickering.
It is up to Sen. Claiborne
Pell (D-R.I.), chairman of the
Senate Foreign Relations
Committee, to schedule nomi-
nation hearings.
While a committee staffer
said that Brown's paperwork
for the nomination "is
complete," his nomination is
not on the agenda of the
committee's sole planned
hearing before the targeted
Oct. 4 recess. In addition, no
"lame duck" session of
Congress is planned for
November or December,
following Election Day.
The Washington Post
reported that one reason for
not confirming Brown, along
with other proposed ambassa-
dors, is that they might not be
serving for very long, with a
new president being 8worn in
next January.
A pro-Israel source added
that Brown probably will not
be confirmed, because his
nomination is part of a chain of
job swaps, one of which the
USA Youth to Israel
JERUSALEM (JTA) The largest group of American
teen-agers ever to participate in a single Youth Aliyah program
arrived in Israel for a year of study.
The group of 60 youngsters, ranging in age from 15 to 17, will
undertake an intensive study program. They will live in Youth
Aliyah villages throughout Israel and will study Hebrew and
Jewish and Israeli history. They also will tour the country
extensively.
At the end of the year, the American youth will be eligible to
receive a year's academic credit in their home school systems.
Finland to Sell Soviet Oil to Israel
TEL AVIV (JTA) Finland may soon begin selling excess
Soviet oil to Israel, according to a report in the Israeli dailv
Haaretz.
According to the paper, an agreement to this effect has
already been signed between the two countries, though the
subject is being blacked out by both sides due to the sensitivities
involved.
Israel's Energy Minister Moshe Shahal visited Finland last
year and met with his Finnish counterpart in order to discuss the
issue.
The paper wrote that a commercial agreement has now been
signed between Finland and the Soviet Union, by which Finland
will obtain 4.5 million tons of Soviet oil in excess of its own
needs. The USSR will in turn permit the Finns to sell the excess
oil on the free market.
committee opposes. Members
of the panel are said to be
against confirming Ronald
Spiers, currently underse-
cretary of state for manage-
ment, as ambassador to
Canada.
The administration's plan
calls for Pickering to get
Spier's job and Brown to take
Pickering's post in Israel.
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Neither Comfortable
Nor Complacent
Rosh Hashana Message
From The
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
"All Jews are responsible, one for the. other."
Talmud
Rosh Hashanah marks the beginning of the New Year
5749, on the Jewish calendar. Traditionally, it is a time of
introspection and assessment of the past year and a time to
make resolutions for the upcoming year.
During the past year we have come a long way and
accomplished a great deal toward meeting our communal
responsibilities. But so much more remains to be done!
You and your neighbors, whether contributors to the
Federation Campaign or recipients of its beneficiary
agencies' services, or both, look to the Federation as the
"Central Address of the Jewish Community." Through the
efforts of thousands of dedicated volunteers, Federated
dollars were allocated and resources made available, so
those in need would be served.
Your support of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation
Campaign provided almost half a million hot kosher meals
for our Jewish elderly. It provided educational resources to
develop our Jewish youth from pre-school to college;
through Jewish day schools, high school programs and
Hillel College programs. Together, with our 35 local
agencies and programs we made a difference in the lives of
Jews in Miami. Many of these programs are also mirrored
in Israel and overseas. Wherever Jews are in need we have
been reaching out to help
During our reflection on our accomplishments let us not
forget our fellow Jews in the Soviet Union. Although we
take great pride in having helped such noted Soviet
former-refuseniks as Vladimir Slepak, Natan Sharansky,
Ida Nudel, Dr. Alexander Lerner, Aleksander Kholmi-
ansky and many others reach freedom in Israel, too few are
being released and too many more seek their freedom. As
Jews living in the freest nation in the world, we must
continue our work to help secure their release. We must
never give up this struggle until the last Soviet Jew who
wishes to leave has been allowed to do so.
Our accomplishments must never let us become too
comfortable and complacent. In Florida, anti-Semitic acts
against our religious institutions have become more preva-
lent over the past year. The Greater Miami Jewish
Federation is committed to safeguarding and insuring the
health and welfare of our fellow Jews through our
Community Relations Committee and our support of the
Anti Defamation League of B'nai B'rith.
Collectively, we must continue to work for the day when
there are no longer any needs in our Jewish community
which are unmet. Let us look forward to the New Year as a
time when we will have even more reason to celebrate.
On behalf of the officers, board of directors and staff of
the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, we wish you and
your family a year of health and happiness. May we all be
inscribed in the Book of Life and may 5749 be a year of
unity, peace and fulfillment for the Jewish people.
Donald E. Lefton, President
Myron J. Brodie, Executive Vice President
Sinai's
Schools
The children of Temple Sinai
of North Dade will return to
their Sunday School classes on
Sunday, Sept. 11, at 9:30 a.m.
Under the direction of Jan
Goldman, the Temple Sinai
school has classes from kinder-
garten through sixth grade
Sunday mornings. Junior high
and high school departments
meet Mondays. 7-9 p.m.. in
cooperation with the Central
Agency for Jewish Education;
while Hebrew classes are
generally held both or.
Tuesday and Thursday after-
noons for children in fourth
grade and up
Sinai Academy, a day school
sponsored by Temple Sinai, is
now in its eighth year with an
enrollment of 110. Children, a
maximum of 20 per class, are
offered a Jewish program inte-
grated into a secular curric-
ulum. There are still openings
in selected classes.
Information about any of the
education programs can be
obtained from 932-9010.
Greater Miami Section, National Council of jP
Women, will hold its opening Board Meetinn
Wednesday, Sept. 14 at 10 a.m. at the Greater JLS
Jewish Federation. Adah Passeltiner, chairwoman
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17 and 24, and Oct. 1. ^
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Bolshoi Ballet to Israel
By HUGH ORGEL
TEL AVIV (JTA) The Bolshoi Ballet will send its world-
famous dancers to Israel next year, and the Red Army Chorus is
to tour the Jewish state the following year, under an agreement
Reached in Moscow.
The plan to bring two of the Soviet Union's most prestigious
irts ensembles to Israel was reportedly approved at the highest
ivel of the Soviet government.
It appears to be further evidence that relations between
erusalem and Moscow are at their warmest since the Kremlin
Severed ties 21 years ago.
Last month, the Soviets authorized a group of Australian
lewish singers to tour the Soviet Unioriln November, under the
kuspices of the Soviet Ministry of Culture. They will be the first
oreign Jews to perform in the Soviet Union in recent memory.
. In addition, the Soviets and Israelis have agreed to cooperate
pr a binational Chamber of Commerce.
In August, an agreement was made in Leningrad between
soviet officials and the visiting president of the Israeli Chamber
\i Commerce in Tel aviv, Dan Gillerman.
Colonel Quits After Reprimand
It was impossible to estab-
lish who killed Zeidat as
several soldiers fired shots.
The family removed the body
and buried it secretly before a
post-mortem examination
could be carried out.
Friday, September 9, 1988/The Jewish Floridian Page 33
TEL AVIV (JTA) An
sraeli Defense Force colonel
iplicated in the killing of an
^rab youth during a helicopter
earch near Hebron has been
jverely reprimanded by
>uty Chief of Staff Ehud
irak and has retired from the
[The brigade commander,
sntified only as "Col. G.,"
not accused of murder or
inslaughter but only of using
weapon illegally and not
feting in a manner befitting a
nior officer.
|ln deciding that the colonel
i given a disciplinary hearing
stead of a court-martial,
lief of Staff Dan Shomron
I'erruled IDF Judge Advo-
kte General Amnon
shnov.
jie family of the dead Pales-
lian youth is planning to
etition the Supreme Court for
Mill court-martial.
[The incident took place while
G. led an extensive heli-
ter search and ground
je after a demonstration in
West Bank village of Bani
dm, near Hebron.
ICol. G. and soldiers under
command opened fire as
ned Zeidat fled the patrol,
lie shots, which killed the
kuth, were directed from the
round and not from a heli-
pter, as first reported.
[Terrorism
At Sea
TEL AVIV (JTA) Israel
^vy Major General Avraham
l-Shoshan said on the eve of
Day, that 53 terrorists
been killed in Israeli
actions during the past
ree years, and more than
I have been captured at sea.
le said that the terrorists
! now using a wide variety of
^val vessels, including cargo
dps sailing under the registry
"straw companies," which
Israeli sailors have to iden-
with accuracy.
[Ben-Shoshan said he hoped
Navy's new equipment
irchase program would be
led by the end of this year,
the new vessels would be
commission in the mid-
90s.
le navy commander said
^at both Iraq and Iran have
pdated their war equipment
ith Western technology,
lich will probably spread to
^rrorist activities in the Medi-
srranean. This might also
^clude sea mining and could
Bpresent a real threat to
krael.
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JAY-PANOFF
Susan R. Panoff and Lawrence A. Jay were married Sunday,
August 14 at Beth David Congregation. Rabbi Jack Kiemer
officiated at the double ring ceremony.
The bride who is the daughter of Elsa Silk Eisenberg and the
late Leo Eisenberg of Belleaire Bluffs, Florida, received her
bachelor of art degree from Brandeis University, and her
masters from Simmons College. Formerly director of public
relations for Grand Bay Hotel and Mayfair Shops in the Grove
she is now director of community relations, education and
programming at Beth David Congregation.
Jay son of Paul and the late Regina Jay of Miami Beach, is a
graduate of the University of Miami. He is president of Seacoast
International, Inc.
The couple who now make their home in Coconut Grove,
honeymooned in Aspen.
The Kendall Area Singles, ages 35 and over, and the New New
Beginnings will celebrate the new social season with a "Let's Fall
In Love Dance'' for singles on Sunday. Sept. 18. 7:30 p.m.. at
the Calusa Country Club.
The Mid/Life Services Foundation will hold a free introductory
meeting of a support group for men and women dealing with
interpersonal relationships at midlife on Tuesday. Sept 27. 7
p.m. in the Conference Room on the eleventh floor of One Datran
Center. 9100 South Dadeland Blvd.
The New Dade County chapter of the International Association
of Cancer Victors and Friends will meet Monday. Sept. 26. 8
p.m.. at Coral Gables First United Methodist Church. John Fink,
author of Third Opinion.' will speak on non-toxic therapies for
degenerative diseases.
Amit Women
The Hatikvah-Miami Beach
Chapter will have a luncheon
meeeting on Thursday, Sept.
15, noon, in the Morris and
Anna Eisenberg Social Hall,
1415 Euclid Avenue, Miami
Beach. A film, "The Life of
Will Rogers," will be shown.
The Florida Council of Amit
Women Executive Board will
meet on Monday, Sept. 19,
10:30 a.m. in the Council
office.
The Amit Women's Charity
Thrift Shop is located at 8362
Bird Road, South Miami.
Hadassah
Hatikvah Hadassah will hold
its Chapter Meeting Sept. 22,
7:30 p.m. at the South Dade
JCC. The speaker for the
evening is Pat Winter from
Baptist Hospital. Hatikvah
holds its chapter meetings the
fourth Thursday of every
month.
Business Note
John D. Graff, vice presi-
dent/director of Corporate
Services for County Bank, has
been promoted to the position
of vice president/branch
administrator, according to
George M. Apelian, president
and chief executive officer.
Bar Mitzvah
KENNETH ROSEN
Kenneth Elliott Rosen, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Boris Rosen,
will be called to the Torah on
the occasion of his Bar
Mitzvah, on Saturday
morning, Sept. 10, at Temple
Emanu-El, Miami Beach.
Kenneth Rosen
Kenny has attended tk
Lehrman Day School for 1
past 12 years and present^
an eighth grade honor student
He was past president of I
Kadima.
Mr. and Mrs. Rosen will ho-
a reception and dinner Z i
evening at Temple EmanuJ
in honor of the occasion 0m
of-town guests will include M, i
and Mrs. Leon Bigio, Mr ani
Mrs. Victor Bigio, Mr.'aJ
Mrs. Howard Simons, and!(r
and Mrs. Emory Daugherty
PABLO MARKELIS
Pablo Andres Markelis sod I
of Dr. and Mrs. Mario Markelis
will be called to the Torah as
Bar Mitzvah on Saturday
Sept. 10, 8:30 a.m. at Adatt
Yeshurun Synagogue.
The celebrant is a student i,
the Adath Yeshurun Religi^
School. He attends Pine Crea
Preparatory School and is j I
the eighth grade. Pablo ij
proficient in tennis and ha
won many trophies. Raft I
Simcha Freedman and Cantor
Zvi Rozen will officiate.
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ieth Raphael
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Friday, September 9,1988/The Jewish Floridian Page 35
ibbi Ralph Carmi
ifax Wagman, preseident of
pmple Beth Raphael, Miami
bach, has announced the elec-
Bii of Rabbi Y. Carmi as Beth
aphael's new spiritual leader.
Rabbi Carmi is the former
bbi of Tifereth Israel Syna-
Lme. Miami, and passt chap-
lin of the Greater Miami
[wish Federation. He has
t- served as director of ritual
_ Temple Emanu-El, Miami
bach.
deviously, in Massachusetts
Irmi was spiritual leader of
^ngregation Agudas Achim
Fitchburg, and Congrega-
^n Anshai Sfard, Lynn. He
served as president of the
Inisterial Association of
tchburg, and served as an
ecutive board member of the
rah Federation of Greater
in. Carmi served on many
imittees and projects
iroted to the welfare of the
Bple of the State of Israel.
)rdained at Yeshiva Univer-
y in 1950, Carmi is a
nber of the Rabbinical
incil of America, Yeshiva
iversity Rabbinical Alumni,
the local Rabbinical Asso-
tion of Greater Miami. He
fved as delegate to the
Kid Council of Mizrachi in
isalem and is listed in the
55 edition of "Who in World
irry." He has been inter-
red on radio and has
eared on television both in
ssachusetts and in Miami.
Uarmi is also well known in
field of pastoral coun-
ng.
Phe Rabbi and his wife,
die, are the parents of five
ighters.
U Temple Beth Raphael,
irmi will conduct all
bbath, High Holy Days, and
fctival services and will also
ture in the new adult educa-
bn program throughout the
Torah
^dedication At
facob C.Cohen
|The recently desecrated
orah Scroll of the Jacob C.
ohen Community Synagogue
i Miami Beach will be rededi-
ited at a special ritualistic
fervice on Rosh Hashanah and
rill be read from again on
pom Kippur.
All Jewish families within
talking distance of the syna-
ogue are invited to be guests
f the congregation. No tickets
re needed and no admission
ee will be charged.
Rabbi Shamuel T. Stern,
ssisted by Rabbi Joseph Korf,
rill officiate at the services.
DEMONSTRATION: Two hundred residents of the Jewish
settlement ofRinav in the occupied West Bank demonstrate
in front of Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Shamir's office
demanding tougher measures against Palestinian stone-
throwers. Two residents of the UO-family settlement were
recent victims of head injuries. APIWide World Photo.
The first annual Scott Rakow Sportathon, a 24-hour,
all-night series of sports events to raise funds for the
widow and infant daughter of the slain Miami Beach
police detective, will be held Oct. 15 at the Miami
Beach Youth Center and the Flamingo Park softball
field.
The sportathon is being presented by the Miami
Beach Jaycees, the City of Miami Beach and the Miami
Beach Lions. Teams men, women or co-ed, can
either donate or recruit sponsors to raise the registra-
tion costs for the sports. Activities will be held in
softball, basketball, volleyball, bowling, swimming and
ping-pong. Fees are due by Oct. 1.
For information: Marty Cohen, 931-9632; or Helen
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MR. aid MRS. DONALD BERKOWITZ aid Family
MR. aid MRS. AL BERKOWITZ aid Family
MR. aid MRS. ABE BERKOWITZ aid Family
MR. aid MRS. HAROLD BERKOWITZ aid Family
DR. aid MRS. LEO BRAVERMAN aid Family
MR. WALTER MACKAUF aid Family
Captain John Callai Of Tie Helen C"
16375 Collins Ave. Miami Beach 947-4081
HAPPY NEW YEAR
Dr. and Mrs. Maxwell Dauer
Mr. and Mrs. Roger Dauer
Dr. and Mrs. Edward Dauer
Wish All Their Friends A Happy New Year
Mr. aid Mrs. Mai Matter
aid Family
Wish To All A Happy New Year
Mr. aid Mrs. Gabriel Deitsci
aid Family
Wish Friends A Happy and Healthy New Year
Dr. aid Mrs. George Feldeakreis aid Family
Wish All Our Friends A Happy New Year
MR. and MRS. AINSLEE FERDIE And Their Children
Wish The Entire Jewish Community,
Friends and Family
A Happy and Healthy New Year
Dr. and Mrs. M.S. Fox
Wish The Entire Jewish Community And
Patients, Friends and Family
A Happy and Healthy New Year
Mr. & Mrs. Gabriel
Deutsch
HAPPY NEW YEAR
MR. AND MRS. GARY GERSON
Wish Friends and Family
A Happy and Healthy New Year
Mrs. Myriam Gingold
Wishes All Friends And Family
A Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Barton S. Goldberg
Wish Family and Friends
A Happy New Year
DR. ROBERT GOLDBERG
Podiatrist
1205 Drexel Ave., Miami Beach 534-1271
Wishes Patients and Friends A Happy and Healthy New Year
Mrs. Harry Gompers
Wishes All A Happy
And Healthy New Year
MR. and MRS. HOWARD GORDON
Wish Family and Friends
A Happy and Healthy New Year
HAPPY *
NEW
YEAR
Dr. & Mrs. Alan S. Graubert
Dr & Mrs. Edward Goldman
Dr. & Mrs. Bryon Zallis
Dr. & Mrs. Richard Koby
HARRIET and MILT GREEN
Nisi Friends aid Family A Happy aid Healthy Nm year
Happy New Year to all our
Family & Friends
Carol and Lorraine Greenberg
I
^_____________
Dr. & Mrs. H. Korenvaes
Wish all a Happy ^Healthy New Year
MRS. PAUL GAIER
Wishes Friends and Family
A Happy and Healthy New Year
MR. AND MRS. JERRY ISAN
Wish Friends and Family
A Happy and Healthy New Year


Friday, September 9,1988/The Jewish Floridian Page 37
SB SrAevna &<&&&
MRS. JOSEPH LANDSMAN
Nisi Friwds. Flly art
TIM Eitlrt JMlSfe CMBHitT
A Happr AMI NMlttf Nra Year
Mr. & Mrs. Sheldon Lelchuk
Wish a Happy and Healthy
New Year to Our Family "3? Friends
MR. and MRS. EDWARD UISTIC and FAMILY
Wish Family and Friends
A Happy and Healthy New Year
Wishing You Health, Happiness and Peace
Throughout the New Year
Kenneth M. Myers
Wishing Everybody A Happy New Year
Mr. & Mrs. Stanley C. Myers
and Family
Councilman and Mrs. Ted Nelson
Happy Nra Year To Everyone
DR. and MRS. SOL NUSSBAUM
Wish The Entire Jewish Community,
Friends, Patients and Family
A Happy New Year
Mr. Lester Rogers
Wishes Clients and Friends
A Happy and Healthy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Pelzner
Wish Their Friends, Family
And The Entire Jewish Community
A Happy and Healthy New Year
Norma and Michael Orovitz and family
extend to family and friends wishes for a
New Year filled with health and peace
and peace of mind.
Dr. Julien and Dr. Schatz
1680 Meridian Ave.
Miami Beach
We Wish All
A Happy New Year
531-5476
Happy New Year from
Bob and Nancy Shapiro
MR. AND MRS. LEONARD SCHWALB
Wish Friends and Family
A Happy and Healthy New Year
Clara and Seymour Smoller
New Year's
Greetings To
All Our Friends
MR. AND MRS. JOSEPH SURES
Wish Friends and Family
A Happy and Healthy New Year
Happy New Year
Joan C. Teglas
Dr. and Mrs. Hugh linger
Wish Patients and Friends
A Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Weitzer
With Friends, Family And The Entire Jewish Community
A Happy And Healthy New Year
Ms. Rosalind Cettis aid Mr. Les Wlistoi
Wish All Their Relatives and Friends
A Happy and Healthy New Year
SOL and ELEANOR ROSENKRANZ
And Family
Wish All Their Friends and Family
A Happy New Year
.


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g'SPAwn* &cw
Temple Tifereth Jacob
of HLA-MIA Springs
951 East 4th Ave.
Hialeah
887-9595
Rabbi Dr. Nathan H. Zwimman
Conservative Service
Fr 8:15 p.m. & Sat 9:30 a.m.
MOGAN DAVID CONGREGATION
of Surfside Will Hold
HIGH HOLY DAY SERVICES
AT THE
SURFSIDE COMMUNITY CENTER
9301 COLLINS AVE., SURFSIDE
RABBI STUART GRANT WILL OFFICIATE
CANTOR ALEX MEISTER WILL CHANT THE PRAYERS
FOR RESERVATIONS CALL 865-9714
Temple Israel
of Greater Miami
Miami's Pioneer Reform Congregation
137 N.E. 19th St., Miami 573-5900
9990 N. Kendall Dr., 595-5055
Rabbi Rex D. Perimeter
Cantor Rachelle F. Nelson
Cantor Emeritus Jacob Bornstein
Wishing the Entire Jewish Community
A Happy and Healthy New Year
Leonard A. Schoolman
Senior Rabbi
Herbert M. Baumgard
Rabbi Emeritus
Temple Beth Am
5950 N. Kendall Dr.
Miami 667-6667
Wishes The Jewish Community
A Healthy New Year
Mark S. Kram
Associate Rabbi
Lynn H. Goldstein
Assistant Rabbi
TEMPLE BNAI ZION < *SUNN" 1SI-ES
200 178th Street MIAMI BEACH FLORIDA Telephone: 935-6360
A HEALTHY AND JOYOUS NEW YEAR TO ALL
RABBI STANLEY BURSTEIN HARRY Z. GIBER, PRES.
Best Wishes
From
Temple Judea
5500 Granada Blvd.
Coral Gables
667-5657
Rabbi B. Eisenstat
YIDDISH CULTURE WINKLE """>?
New Year
Menashe Feldstein, President Sarah Kaufman, Honorary Vice President
Joseph Bernhaut, Vice President Sheva Berland, Financial Secretary
Rose Lusky, Recording Secretary
THE AMERICAN TECHNION SOCIETY
ISRAEL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
WISHES
ALL ITS FRIENDS
AND SUPPORTERS
A HEALTHY AND HAPPY NEW YEAR
SAM B. TOPF
SOUTHERN REGION CHAIRMAN
HOWARD KLEIN
SOUTHERN REGIONAL DIRECTOR
Amit Women
(Formerly American Mizrachi Women)
633 NE 167th St., Suite 815, North Miami Beach, 651-1444
A Happy & Healthy New Year
B^lbi^CoNa^ECAnoN
Bt>nyRdkC>mu
1051 North Miami Beach Boulevard
North Miami Beach, FL 33162
(305)947-7528
"A conservative Synagogue That Cares"
Wishes The Entire Community and Members
A Happy and Healthy New Year
Dr. Mai A. upstiiti, laoM
zwt Aroal, Caotor, Mi. lllltMl M*. wtwi O'f^tw
Uarvo* L. Broom, ElKltiW Director
Dr. Rlu ScMnrtzMN, RHlqlois stfcool Director
SMIaalt Glttttsoi, Earn CIIMiooi Director
David Brook, toot* Director
stepiam* Eogelbero, Acttvo Molts Director
Robert BUIIi, Preside*
HAPPY
NEW
YEAR
Temple Solel
5100 Sheridan Street
Hollywood, Florida
989-0205
m
A Happy New Year To All
Temple Beth Moshe
2225 NE 121 St., N. Miami, Fla. 33181
MELVINTRUTE
President
BARBARA SHULMAN
ECDC, Director
ISRAEL JACOBS
Rabbi
IRVING JARET
Executive Director
DAVID OSBORN
Principal
Hadassah
Wishes The Entire Jewish Community A Happy and Healthy New Year
MIAMI BEACH REGION
RICKIIGRA, President
MIAMI REGION
MILDRED RIESENBERG. President
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New Years Greetings From
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Pearl Tyler, President
Our warmest greetings to all our Friends
May the New Year bring peace
throughout the world
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tor
NEW YORK A ground-
reaking study of young
ewish business executives has
oumi no evidence that wide-
ead discrimination against
ews prevails today in the
xecutive suites of corporate
merica. This contrasts
.arkedly with the situation of
nly a generation ago, when
atterns of exclusion were
mmon.
Despite these findings,
owever, both the chief
searcher and the sponsor of
.e study caution that compla-
ence about corporate anti-
mitism is unwarranted, both
ecause the research deals
ly with a specific population
d because no one can predict
w long the gains found by
e study will persist.
The study, sponsored by the
merican Jewish Committee,
s also found that most of the
MBA Executive Suite Study
Friday, September 9,1988/The Jewish Floridian Page 39
Jewish executives surveyed do
not have strong ties to Jewish
life and culture.
The study, titled "Succeeding
in Corporate America: The
Experience of Jewish MBA's,"
was conducted by Samuel Z.
Klausner, a professor of soci-
were women, four percent
were blacks, and 19 percent
were Jewish. Together the 444
MBA's had, over the course of
their careers, worked in a total
of 666 firms.
Among the study's key find-
ings were that although Jews
ology at the University of and non-Jews earned similar
Pennsylvania. The survey
dealt with the career experi-
ences of 444 men and women
who had received the MBA
degree in either 1974 or 1979.
All the respondents were
graduates of either the Drexel
University School of Business,
the Columbia University
Graduate School of Business,
or Harvard Business School.
Twenty-seven percent of them
salaries at the start of their
careers, after five or ten years
Jews' earnings were higher
than those of non-Jews; Jews
tended to concentrate less in
the manufacturing and service
sectors of the economy and
more in the commercial sector,
which is growing more rapidly;
during their undergraduate
years Jews were more likely
than non-Jews to major in
liberal arts fields rather than
in technical or vocational
areas, and to attend those
colleges considered the most
competitive, and women and
blacks, on average, had lower
salaries and lower positions
than did white males.
The study gathered its infor-
mation through mailed ques-
tionnaires. Among the find-
ings reported were these:
There is no evidence of
widespread discrimination
against Jews in the executive
suite. This conclusion is based
on the failure to find these
conditions: a notable absence
of Jews in particular classes of
firms; Jews clustered in a
narrow range of positions
within firms; Jews occupying
positions of lower authority
and earning lower salaries
than Protestants and
Catholics; a refusal by Chris-
tian senior executives to act as
mentors for Jewish junior
executives; a belief on the part
of the respondents that reli-
gious discrimination is prac-
ticed in their companies."
. Jews changed jobs more
frequently than did non-Jews,
and there was no evidence that
their job moves were the result
of discrimination. Moreover,
the firms that Jews joined
tended to experience a high
degree of growth.
Five to 10 years after
starting out as junior execu-
tives, 83 percent of the Jews in
the sample held administrative
positions, as compared to 69
percent of the Protestants and
53 percent of the Catholics.
3i/i/iy> JVew ^va/i
Golden West Tours
6626 West Atlantic Ave.
Delray Beach
Wishes Clients, Friends and Family
A Happy and Healthy New Year
And Many Happy Trips To American West
496-1898
800-824-3088
Renee de Paris
6608 Collins Avenue
Miami Beach 865-7631
Happy
New Year
Nature's Garden Bakery
600 Collins Ave. Miami Beach 534-1877
Salt & Sugar Free Wheat Free
Hi-Fiber Bread, Rolls & Cake
Mr. Carmen Beauty Shop
|1604 Washington Ave. HAPPY
[Miami Beach NEW YEAR
554-2900
Linen Chest of Florida
18703 Biscayne Blvd. HAPPY
Miami NEW YEAR
931-8530
Hi-Grade Food Co.
240 NE 71 Street
Miami
HAPPY
NEW YEAR
758-0516
HERE'S GIFT CENTER
607 Lincoln Rd. Mall Happy Aid
jMiami Beach Healthy New Year
673-1706
Biscayne Miracle Mile Cafeteria
147 Miracle Mile
Coral Gables
Happy
New Year
444-9005
$
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Wishes Their Clients & Friends
A Happy & Healthy New Year
Gino's Italian Restaurant
1906 Collins Avenue Miami Beach, Florida
532-6426 Sam Gino
HAPPY NEW YEAR
Coconut Grove Flower Shop
3137 Commodore Plaza 446-9656
Coconut Grove We Wish All Our Jewish Friends
A Happy & Healthy New Year
Rand Income Tax
HAPPY
27 N.W. 37 Ave. NEW YEAR
445-7948
The Palette Happy New Year
125 NE 26 St., Miami
573-0980
Reliatex Inc.
2201 NW 72 AVE. HAPPY
MIAMI NEW YEAR
592-3220
DADE PIPE & PLUMBING
975 N.E. 163 St. HAPPY
No. Miami Beach NEW YEAR
949-0801
Southern Wine & Spirits, inc.
1600 NW 163 St. A JOYOUS
Miami NEW YEAR TO ALL
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Happy
New
Year
Rex Three
2S91 N.W. 20th St
Miami, Florida
635-5308
The Pavlow Company
4006 Aurora Street
coral Gabies Happy New Year 444-8Z21
Allen Malschick Photographers
Publicity & Conventions
2935 Collins Ave., M.B., 672-5363
Happy New Year To The Jewish Community
Farr Tours & Travel
2323 Collins Ave. Miami Beach
Happy New Year
531-5327
Juvenile Centers Inc.
2031 N.E. 163rd St. 18844 So. Dixie Hwy.
947-1771
No. Miami Beach
Happy New Year
235-6531
Miami
Florida Lace and Braid Inc.
575 NW 24 St. Miami 573-8020
Happy New Year
County Club Dry Cleaners
436 N.E. 125 St. No. Miami, FL 893-6181
HAPPY NEW YEAR
Atlas Metal Industries
1135 NW 159 Dr. Miami
Wishes All Their Clients & Friends A Happy & Healthy New Year
Joseph Custom Tailor
220 Miracle Mile, Suite 206 Coral Gables
Happy nm Year
443-8893
American Electric of Miami Inc.
11371 SW208 Dr.
Miami
253-9131
Happy New Year
Rolfes Optical Dispensary
81 Merrick Way Coral Gables
445-7959
Happy Nw Year
Specter's & Sons Realty
575 SW 22nd Ave. Miami 642-3155
Happy New Year
555 West 18 St.
ACME INDUSTRIAL
Sheet Metal Inc.
Hialeah
HAPPY NEW VI
885-4943
$
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Gordon Roofing & Sheet Metal Products
1450 NW 21 St.
Miami
325-828?.
Wishes A Happy Jewish New Year
To All Our Friends & Customers
Dade Dental Assoc.
1225 Washington Ave., Miami Beach
532-4009 532-3300
New Year Greetings
New Chinatown Restaurant
5958 SOtttl Dill* N*T. "''
Happy New Year
662-5HI
Jeanette'8 Dresses
423 Arthur Godfrey Rd. Miami Beach 531-7562
Wish Friends and Customers
A Happy and Healthy New Year
Dor win's Men's & Boy's Clothing
1574 Washington Ave. Miami Beach 532-4061
Happy New Year
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
Arkln Construction Co.
1827 Purdy Ave., Miami Beach
538-8721
Federal Discount Pharmacy
Miami A Happy and Healthy New Year 358-51*1
Fox's Sherron Inn
666-22M
60S0 So. Dixie Hwy.
Miami
A Happy and Healthy New \u\
La Salle Cleaners
2341 LeJeune Rd.
corai Gabies A Happy and Healthy New Year 414-7376
American Plumbing And Electrical Supply
1735 Alton Road, Miami Bch. 532-3446
Happy New Year To Our Friends and Customers
Associated Photographer
19 SW 6th St., Miami, 373-4774
Happy New Year
14801 NE 20 Ave.
Hearne Electric
No. Miami Beach
Happy New Year
944-7799
Holbert Electric Co.
nw Mtoe rom llai( UKM pmn
Happy New Year To All Our Friends & Clients


Area Deaths
RAAB. Anna, beloved mother of Leah
i,., g rii Silovitz, Sara Weisberg,
Rabbi Uenacbam, Deborah Poplack, and
,.,iiil sister of Ephraim and
Yudah Soffer Loving grandmother of 17
Ijrandchildr.-ii. great -grandmother of 34,
great grcai grandmother. Burial in
Israel. Shiva in Israel,
phi i and Passaic, N.J.
JEBKOWITZ, Jeanne (Srolovitz), of
I Atlantic :y. N.J.. died Sept. 6. Mrs.
Hritz. who formerly lived in Phila-
delphia wag the mother of Suzanne Fine
and tin' 1 randmother of Ellen Stein, both
of Bal Harbour. Wife of the late Nathan
L. Berkowitx, she was also the mother of
Irving Berkowitt and Doris Brooks and
ihe tuti I of Edward Schall, and is also
wrvived by five other grandchildren and
one gro: grandchild. Graveside services
n Roosevelt Memorial Park,
being observed in Bal Harbour.
I 71, Miami, Aug. 30, Star of
Memorial Park
TI.KN Marie P.. 92, Surfside, Aug. 29,
'. Lakeside Memorial Park.
bNSKY Louis. 72. Miami Beach, Aug. 29,
(Star "f David Memorial Park.
; Mrs Sidney (Madame Shishi),
Beach, Rubin-Zilbert.
K. N, Irving, 80, formerly of Miami
I Aug. 30, Menorah, Mt. Nebo
Cemetery.
pi:1 \n Alberto. 65, No. Miami Beach,
luu 31, Riverside, Lakeside Memorial
I
INK. Jennie. 86, Miami Beach, Aug. 29,
i Lakeside Memorial Park.
FENCHEL, Herbert H 87. Bay Harbor,
Aug. 31, Blasberg, Lakeside Memorial
Park.
TEMKIN, Bertha. 92, Miami Beach, Sept.
1, Eternal Light, Lakeside Memorial
Park Mausoleum.
WELLEN, Irving. 78, Miami Beach, Sept.
1, Blasberg.
BURMAN. Ruth, 68, Miami, Aug. 31, Mt.
Nebo Cemetery.
DOSSICK, Harold, 94, Miami. Aug. 31. Mt.
Sinai Cemetery.
MONES, Anna, 73, No. Miami Beach, Sept.
2, Levitt-Weinstein.
SOLOVE, Sam J. (Capt. U.S. Army, ret),
77, No. Miami Beach, Sept. 2, Levitt-
Weinstein.
MEYERSON, Sam, Miami Beach, Rubin-
Zilbert, Lakeside Memorial Park.
RATNER, Lola, Riverside.
YOUNG, Edward B 89, Miami Beach,
Eternal Light. Lakeside Memorial Park.
HESS, David, 64, No. Miami Beach, Sept. 4,
Levitt-Weinstein, Menorah Gardens.
O'MARA, Peter B., 43, No. Miami Beach,
Sept. 4, Menorah, Menorah Gardens.
ROBBINS, Nat, Miami. Riverside. Star of
David Cemetery.
KOPPEL, Louis. No. Miami Beach.
Gutterman-Musicant.
DREBEN, Robert, Sept. 5.
FINER, Fay. Miami Beach, Sept. 6. Blas-
berg, Lakeside Memorial Park.
ROTH, Margaret, 85, No. Miami Beach,
Sept. 5, Star of David Memorial Park.
RUBIN, Nettie, No. Miami Beach. Rubin-
Zilbert, Lakeside Memorial Park.
VON ZAMFT, Saul T., Miami. Sept. 5,
Riverside, Star of David Memorial Park.
Barry's Rev. Messick
I Rev. William J. Messick,
ISFS, vice president of insti-
Itional advancement at Barry
[Diversity, died unexpectedly
home Sept. 3, at the age of
Known as "Father Bill,"
had also worked closely as
lison to the President's
>uncil on Jewish Studies
since its inception.
Ordained in 1971, Father
Messick spent his entire career
in education, having earned
multiple doctoral degrees, and
then served at high schools
and Georgetown University
until he came to Barry Univer-
sity in 1982.
When a loss occurs
away from home.
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Sister
Synagogues
Kneseth Israel Congrega-
tion of Miami Beach has estab-
lished a "sister" relationship
with the First Orthodox
Congregation to be established
in the settlement town of Neve
Aliza, in the West Bank
District of Karnei Shomron.
The relationship was estab-
lished when Kneseth Israel
delivered a Torah scroll to
David Romanov of Neve Aliza
upon his visit to the U.S.
Romanov was the synagogue's
first president. This scroll was
the first available to the
settlers in Neve Aliza, a town
that bears the name of Aliza
Begin, the late wife of the
former prime minister Mena-
chem Begin.
A Torah cover has been
designed and delivered that
indicates the relationship of
the two synagogues, and will
also serve as a memorial to
Rabbi Josef Heber, rabbi of
Kneseth Israel Congregation,
who died on a visit to Israel in
December, 1987. When
Romanov delivered the Torah
in late August, there was a
celebration in the village
streets. Romanov is a
grandson of 104-year-old
Kneseth Israel member
Charles Zemel.
Friday, September 9, 1988/The Jewish Floridian Page 41
Newman With
Levitt-Weinstein
Edward T. Newman, who
has had over 50 years expe-
rience in the funeral home
industry, recently associ-
ated with Levitt-Weinstein
Memorial Chapels.
In making the announce-
ment, Arthur Grossberg,
Levitt-Weinstein's vice-
president, said "Edward
Newman was the first
Jewish funeral director in
the State of Florida. He
brings a most significant
level of professional experi-
ence to Levitt-Weinstein."
Newman, who formerly
operated Newman Funeral
Home on Miami Beach for
33 years, is currently presi-
dent of Beth Jacob Congre-
gation of Miami Beach, past
Exaulted Ruler of Elks
Lodge (Miami Beach), and
past president of Jewish
Funeral Directors of
America and Miami Beach
Chamber of Commerce. A
founding member of Temple
Edward Newman
Emanu-El and a member of
The 100 Club of Miami
Beach, Newman also served
for 16 years on the Miami
Beach City Planning Board.
SLA Thwarts Infiltrators
TEL AVIV (JTA) Two terrorists planning to infiltrate
Israel and attack civilian targets in Galilee were captured
alive by soldiers of the Israeli-backed South Lebanon
Army. The gunmen were believed to be members of the
Syrian-backed Popular Struggle Front.
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Rare Outbreak of Polio
By HUGH ORGEL
TEL AVIV (JTA) Two
cases of polio, in a 26-year-old
woman and a baby, have been
diagnosed in Israel.
Both are from the town of Or
Akiva, near Caesarea.
The outbreak is reportedly
the highest incidence 6f infan-
tile paralysis to be found in one
place within a short time in
many years. Health Ministry
sources said that one or two,
but no more than four, cases of
polio are still found in Israel
each year.
Otherwise, the disease has
been virtually wiped out in
Israel as well as throughout
the Western world.
The two polio victims are not
related and were never in
contact. The adult patient is an
immigrant born abroad.
The Health Ministry has
already begun vaccinations for
all residents, workers and visi-
tors to Or Akiva.
All children from birth up to
age 18 are to be given oral
vaccinations at special centers
set up in schools, infant care
clinics and community centers.
Adults between the ages of
18 and 40 will receive booster
injection shots.
Or Akiva officials said the
outbreak could probably be
traced to a sewage farm some
miles north of the town.
Tourist Pledge Card
At Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur services in hundreds
of Conservative, Orthodox, Reconstructionist and Reform
synagogues throughout the country next week, worship-
pers will be handed a different kind of pledge card one
calling for their commitment to visit Israel during the
Jewish year 4759.
The project is part of a nationwide effort launched earlier
this month by the National Committee on Tourism for
Israel to restore American Jewish tourism to the high
levels reached in previous years. The National Committee
functions under the aegis of the Conference of Presidents
of Major American Jewish Organizations, in partnership
with the Israel Ministry of Tourism and El Al Israel
Airlines.
Titled "Arise, Walk About the Land", the pledge card is
addressed to the people of Israel, via President Chaim
Herzog. Synagogue-goers and others will be asked to turn
down a tab on the card indicating in which month of the
new Jewish year they will visit Israel.
(Time in a Capsule
In a monument to time, Lakeside Memorial Park will
inter a time capsule on Sunday Oct. 9, 10 a.m., in a
ceremony to be held in its Garden of Heroes Chapel.
Barbara Lehrman, development coordinator for Lake-
side Memorial Park, said that present-day records
including synagogue charters, tape recordings of youth
choirs and anglo-Jewish newspapers on microfilm will be
secreted in the capsule.
Rabbi Norman Lispon, of the Central Agency for Jewish
Education, is the project's coordinator. Plans call for
communitywide participation. The capsule will be reopened
in 2088.
"Part of our goal," Lehrman said, "is that we want
everyone to feel a link with our Jewish heritage and, then
again, with our future."
A SHOT AGAINST POLIO: An unidentified resident of Or Akiva, Israel receimt
vaccination against polio during a speedily implemented program in which more than 1,800
residents of Or Akiva, located near Tel Aviv, received the shots, after only two eases oftb
disease were found there. APIWide World Photo
Letters
Ioffe in Miami
EDITOR:
The Floridian should recog-
nize the passing of Father Bill
Messick, a real friend of the
Jewish community.
Many of us remember
working closely with him on
the Barry Unviersity Presi-
dent's Advisory Council on
Jewish Studies.
JESSE CASSELHOFF
Immediate Past Chairman
President's Advisory Council
Barry University
Tit North Dade Vaati Ha-Kashruth wishes tht titlre community a healthy
happy aid peaceful New Year.
As the New Year Is aboit to begli allow is to remlid yoi that tie foiiowim
establ.slw.ets aid oily these establishes are wwdtr o.r sp^sS" 9
ENDELSON & SONS KOSHER
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NEW DEAL KOSHER
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1362 N.E. issrd Street
NORMANDY KOSHER
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1112 Norwaidy Drive
Rabbi wax Lipschltz,
President
Rabbi Beth Torah Congregation
BAYSHORE CONVALESCENT CENTER
16650 W. Dixie Highway
EXECUTIVE CATERERS OF BETH TORAH
CONGREGATION
1051 North Miami Beach Boulevard
CHOCOLATE POT
15150 w. Dixie Highway
HAMIFGASH RESTAURANT
17044 w. DIXIE HIGHWAY
Rabbi stncha Freedwai,
Vice President and Secretary"
Rabbi Temple Adath Yeshurun
Former refusenik Prof.
Alexander Ioffe is spending
two days in the Miami area
this week during a visit to the
United States. His stops
include a lecture at Temple
Adath Yeshurun, breakfasts
with the South Florida Council
of Soviet Jewry and the
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion, and luncheon and dinners
with community leaders.
Ioffe, who waited 12 years
for Soviet authorities to allow
him and his family to emigrate
to Israel, is now a member of
the Mathematics Faculty at
Technion-Israel Institute of
Technology.
An internationally acclaimed
mathematician, he had been
appointed in absentia to Tech-
nion in 1978, two years after
he applied to leave Russia and
after he was fired from his
position at the University o
Moscow.
Technion became involved!
Ioffe's case when the
dean of the Department i
Mathematics. Prof. H
Ziegler, learned of Ioffe's s
ation. Ioffe's papers wj
carried out of the Soraj
Union, published by Te
and widely distributed in I
West.
In 1987, Ioffe went i
hunger strike and more]
sure was exerted on his 1
by Technion. the Union I
Concerned Scientists iaf
United States, and
academic group in France
Following a I.'-day hu
strike, Alexander Ioffe andi
family were free to lewj
Russia and on January fl
arrived at Ben Gurion Airpor.f
NOW WITH "THE
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... because the grief is enough
to handle later.
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Friday, September 9,1988/The Jewish Floridian Page 43
"TEGLACH"
(Honey Pastry)
[Dough:
|4eggs
14 tbsp. oil
|2 cups flour
1 tbsp. sugar
1/2 tsp. baking soda
ioney:
1/4 pounds honey
tbsp. sugar
tsp. powdered ginger
tsp. cinnamon
1/2 cup water
1/2 cup candied cherries
Sift sugar, flour, and baking
jowder; add eggs and oil to
[iake soft dough. Break off
pieces of dough and roll into
jencil-thick strips. Cut into
small pieces and place on
lightly greased cookie sheet.
Bake in shallow dish in 375
degrees 10 minutes or until
brown.
Heat honey and rest of
ingredients (except cherries)
until they come to a boil. Drop
dough into boiling syrup, cover
and simmer for about 10
minutes, then uncover.
Simmer slowly and keep stir-
ring until all the honey is
absorbed. Turn out onto a wet
board and let cool. Then shape
into 3-inch balls. Decorate with
candied cherries.
"TZIMMES"
(CANDIED CARROTS)
4 large carrots
1/2 tsp. salt
1/3 cup brown sugar
1/2 stick margarine
3 tsp. honey
Scrape and cut carrots into
thin rounds and cook them in a
small amount of salted water.
Drain and save water. Add
brown sugar, honey and
margarine to the water and
cook over low heat till
margarine melts. Pour syrup
over carrots and serve.
BRISKET WITH FIGS,
CARROTS AND POTATOES
1 lb. California Dried Figs,
chopped
4 cups water
2 onions chopped
2 garlic cloves minced
2 tablespoons oil
4 lb. brisket
1 1/2 teaspoons salt
2 bay leaves
2 tablespoons lemon juice
1/4 cup packed brown sugar
1/2 teaspoon cinnamon
1/2 cup tomato sauce or
ketchup
1 lb. carrots cut into rounds
1 sweet potatoes or yams,
peeled and cut into quarters
2 russet potatoes, peeled and
cut into quarters
1. Soak dried chopped figs in
4 cups water while preparing
remaining ingredients.
2. Fry the chopped onion and
garlic in oil for 15 minutes in
large pot.
3. Remove onion and garlic
from the pot and brown
brisket on both sides.
4. Mix together the dried
figs, water, salt, bay leaves,
lemon juice, brown sugar,
cinnamon and tomato sauce or
ketchup.
5. Put brisket in pot and
coyer with fig mixture, fried
onion mixture and cut carrots.
6. Cover pot and cook over
low heat for 2 and 1/2 hours.
Turn meat over a few times
while it is cooking.
7. Add the cut up potatoes
and cook for another 1/2 hr. or
until potatoes are tender.
8. Remove bay leaves and
cut brisket against grain.
Note: If you have time, cook
the meat a day ahead and
refrigerate it. Remove the
hardened fat the next day and
slice the meat when it is cold,
against the grain. Reheat in
the gravy. Serves 8.
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Rabbi Gary A. Glickstein
Page 44 The Jewish Floridian/Friday. September 9.1988
Rabbinical Association Message:
Guidance, Growth and Reaching Out
By Rabbi Gary A. Glickstein
Rabbi Solomon Schiff
It is our privilege, on behalf of the Rabbinical Association
of Greater Miami, to extend warmest wishes to our fellow
Jews for the year 5749. May the new year bring Israel and
mankind closer to peace by "all fellowship to do His will
with a perfect heart."
As spokesmen fo'r the rabbinate, the fourth largest
Jewish community in the United States, we are particularly
sensitive to the deep spiritual scars that need to be healed
on the body organism of our society to make our hopes, our
aspirations and our prayers for the New Year more than
poetic expressions.
Above all. the Rabbinical Association attempts to fulfill
its sacred task by serving as the religious information and
coordination center of the Jewish community. In the
closest relationship with the Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion, and the leadership of the total community, the
Association analyzes and guides the total development and
growth of its people.
Our rabbinic organization is comprised of colleagues of
all branches of American Judaism Orthodox, Conserva-
tive. Reform and Reconstructionist and meets on a
monthly basis for a discussion of current problems. Rabbis
represent the Association in many community bodies,
agencies, and institutions spanning the spectrum from
Jewish education, Israel, youth, chaplaincy, through
community relations. Thus, the rabbis have their contin-
uous input into the shaping of our community programs
and, in turn, are kept informed of the lay points of view on
all issues.
The Rabbinical Association also sponsors educational
programs through the communication media. Among those
programs are the "Still Small Voice"; the "Jewish Worship
Hour"; "View-point", an interfaith program; and special
educational material that appears regularly in The Jewish
Floridian. From time to time, special programs are
prepared and presented by the Association on other
television and radio stations.
The Community Chaplaincy Service, sponsored by the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation in association with the
Rabbinical Association of Greater Miami, provides visita-
tion and spiritual counseling to unaffiliated Jews in
hospitals, nursing homes, homes for retarded, Hospice,
correctional and other institutions.
This representative rabbinate works with all major
Jewish organizations for important causes. At the same
time, it is in close contact with the school authorities from
elementary to university, providing them with calendars of
Jewish holidays so as to avoid conflicting events.
The Rabbinical Association works closely in the area of
inter-faith activities and many projects in cooperation with
the Catholic Archdiocese of Miami and with the Metropol-
itan Fellowship of Churches, the Ministerial Association,
the National Conference of Christians and Jews, the Miami
Citizens Against Crime, the Religious Leaders Coalition of
Greater Miami, and other appropriate organizations.
We hope that in the New Year we will be able to further
extend and deepen our activities for an even more
committed and more dynamic Jewish life in our South
Florida community.
Rabtn Gary A. Glickstein is president of the Rabbinical Association of
I'lrniter Miami. Rabbi Solomon Schiff is the organization's executive vice
president.
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Rabbi Solomon Schiff
Chaplaincy
Conducts
Services
The Greater Miami Jewish
Federation's Community
Chaplaincy Service is
conducting High Holy Day
Services in more than 30 insti-
tutions in the Miami area this
holiday season.
According to Irving Cypen,
chairman of the Chaplaincy
Advisory Committee, "The
Community Chaplaincy
Service serves the spiritual
needs of some 15,000 persons
each year who are unaffiliated
with a synagogue and who are
confined to hospitals, nursing
homes, Hospice, correctional
institutions, or homes for the
retarded."
The Service, sponsored by
the Federation in association
with the Rabbinical Associa-
tion of Greater Miami, offers
pastoral care, counseling,
friendly visits, and religious
material to those in need. The
Service also serves as a
referral agency for other
Federation services as well as
social welfare agencies of the
State and County.
Assisting Rabbi Solomon
Schiff, the director, in the
Chaplaincy Service are Rabbis
warren Kasztl, Jehuda Melber,
Allan Mirvis, and Marvin
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843 Meridian Avenue
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CUBAN HEBREW CONG REG AT**
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1700 Michigan Ave.. Miami Beach
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Daniel Kaizler. Cantor
Miguel Karpel, President
531-2120
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1025 NE Miami Gardens Drive
North Miami Beach 947 1435
Rabbi Simcha Freedman
Cantor Zvl Roxen Conservative
Executive Director
Harry J. Sllverman
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Jack Riemer. Rabbi
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Tashlich. 6 pm Minchah; Tues. 8:15 am
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17274 Collins Avenue
Miami Beach Fl. 33160 947 1198
Hillel Price, President
Rubin R. Dobin. Rabbi
Fn 7 am Penttiential Service, 8:30 pm
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Serv Sun 7 am Penitential Serv 6:15 pm
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am Blowing of the Shofar 4 sermon. 6.15
pm Serv Wed 6 Thurs 7 am Penitential
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891 5508 Conservative
Dr. Israel Jacobs, Rabbi
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Sat 8.45 a.m Services
Rosh Hsshsnth Sun. 6:15 pm. Mon. 4 Tues.
8 am 6 6 pm
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1545 Jefferson Ave.. M.B., FL 33139
Tel. 5384112
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Cantor Moshe Buryn
Daily Service 8am and 7 p.m.
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7500 S.W 120th Street
2382601 .
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7 p.m. Dinner
Sun Rosh Hashanah 7 30 pm Family
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Torah Reading at 9:35 am Shofar at 1020
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Mon at 68 Ct 4 120 St, 5 30 pm. Tashlich
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,reclosure Sales Public Notices
Friday, September 9, 1988/The Jewish Floridian Page 45
Miami Beach, Florida 33140
Attorney for
Personal Representative:
WAYNE A. CYPEN
CYPEN & CYPEN
P.O. Box 402099
Miami Beach, Florida 33140
Telephone: (305) 532-3200
19807
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 88-4957
Division (04)
IE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
DE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 88-4284
Division (01)
BE: ESTATE OF
fcX HABER
lassd
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
TO AI.L PERSONS
IN(i CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
IrogT I UK ABOVE ESTATE
Vd all other persons
(rested in the estate: jn re: estate of
\KK HEREBY NOTIFIED SHIRLEY STEIL a/k/a
the administration of the SHIRLEY FLIEGLER STEIL
of ETHEL HABER. f/k/a SHIRLEY FLIEGLER
d. File Number 88-4284, is Deceased
g in the Circuit Court for NOTICE OF
County, Florida, Probate ADMINISTRATION
^,h,. address of which is 73 ^ ^^^ of th estale
"t, i of SHIRLEY STEIL, a/k/a
I '/''T, inf^ SHIRLEY FLIEGLER
the estate is LOUIS STEIL f/k/a SHIRLEY FIIE.
address to 8045 <. ^ Fj,e N ^
I, u 331,,(. The name Cmn fop DADE c Flor
' : ;,u' l*"' P" Probate Division, the address of
ittomey are set forth wnjfh .g 3rd F)oor Da(Je County
Courthouse Miami, Florida 33130.
n8 having claims or The names anii ad(iresses of the
' w?ile^M perSonal ^P^n^ive and the
riK!kHM TIF n*TF OF 9m0Ul, reP^nUtives attorney
HIS FROM THE DATE OF art. st,t forth M
'STKS A" hitmrtrt persons are
file with the requjred t fi|e wj thjs court
WITHIN THREE MONTHS OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE:
(1) all claims against the estate and
HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS 18763
AGAINST THE ABOVE ESTATE
AND ALL OTHER PERSONS
INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE:
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that the administration of the
August 19,26; Franklin StreetTampa. Florida
September 2, 9, 1988. 33602 Published 9/2-9
estate of Nicholas W. Sokoloff. THAT BY
deceased. File Number 88-1928, is CHAPTER
NOTICE NOTICE UNDER
WAREHOUSEMAN'S SALE FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
if VIRTUE OF that the undersigned, desiring to
678, FLORIDA engage in business under the ficti-
September9,16, 1988. pending in the Circuit Court for STATUTES ANNOTATED (1941) tious name(s) TICO AUTO SALES
Dade County, Florida, Probate WAREHOUSEMAN AND at 3785 N.W. 28th Street/Miami,
Division, the address of which is 73 WAREHOUSE RECEIPTS Florida 33142 intend(8) to register
West Flagler Street, Miami, WHEREIN. A.B. VAN LINES. A wid name<8) with the Clerk of the
Florida 33130 The personal repre- FL0R'DA CORPORATION BY circuit Court of Dade County,
senutive of the estate is Marilyn VIRTlJE OF ITS WAREHOUSE Florida.
._ Marilyn
Bookchin, whose address is 112 LIENS HAS IN ITS POSSES
Iden Avenue. Pelham Manor, New SION THE FOLLOWING
York 10803. The name and
address of the personal represen-
tative's attorney are set forth
below.
All persons having claims or
DESCRIBED PROPERTY: LOT
#1064 BOX #330
HOUSEHOLD GOODS AS THE
PROPERTY OF:
PAUL W. TURNQUEST, last
ibove court a written
h i any claim or demand
have. Each claim must be
fi .id must indicate the
I daim, the name and
if the creditor or his agent (2) an> o^**110" bY an interested
and the amount Person ,on "nm thls no"'1' '
Claim is not yet due. sryed that challenges the validity
when it will become due of the will, the qualifications of the estate to whom a copy of this
1 If the claim is Persona' representative, venue, or Notice of Administration has been
Or unliquidated, the jurisdiction of the court.
of the uncertainty shall be ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS
If the claim to secured, the NOT SO FILED WILL BE
t. shall he described. The FOREVER BARRED.
nt shall deliver sufficient Publication of this Notice has
e claim to the clerk to liegun on September 9, 1988.
I he clerk to mail one copy to Personal Representative
rsonal representative. BETTY HIRSCHMANN
pi runs interested in the River Drive. P.O. Box 194
to whom a copy of this Titusville. N.J. 08560
of Administration has been Attorney for
are required, WITHIN Personal Representative:
E MONTHS FROM THE Morris Cohen (Fla. Bar #0014625)
OF THE FIRST PUBLICA- 207 American Savings Bldg.
THIS NOTICE, to file 16300 N.E. 19th Avenue
tions they may have that N.M.B., Fla. 33162-4891
the validity of the dece- Telephone: (305) 945-0811
19808 September 9, 16. 1988.
demands against the estate are known address: 2343 N.W. 71
required. WITHIN THREE
MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE, to file with the
clerk of the above court a written
statement of any claim or demand
they may have. Each claim must be
in writing and must indicate the
basis for the claim, the name and
address of the creditor or his agent
or attorney, and the amount
claimed. If the claim is not yet due,
the date when it will become due
shall be stated. If the claim is
contingent or unliquidated, the
nature of the uncertainty shall be
stated. If the claim is secured, the
security shall be described. The
claimant shall deliver sufficient
copies of the claim to the clerk to
enable the clerk to mail one copy to
each personal representative.
All persons interested in the
c ill. the qualifications of the
nal representative, or the
jurisdiction of the court.
[CLAIMS, DEMANDS. AND
SCTIONS NOT SO FILED
1 BE FOREVER BARRED
of the first publication of
otice of Administration:
nber 9, 1988.
LOUIS HABER
rsonal Representative of the
Sstate of Ethel Haber
Deceased
IRNEY FOR PERSONAL
ESENTATTVE:
SAKOWITZ
urtheast 125 Street
117
I Miami. Florida 33161
(806) 895-9444
September II, 16. 1988
IE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
)E COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
|File Number 88-4899
Division (01)
ESTATE OF
PE S1I.VERMAN,
Ml
NOTICE OF
I ADMINISTRATION
I administration of the estate
loi.LIE SILVERMAN.
A File Number 88-4899. is
ng in the Circuit Court for
County, Florida, Probate
on. the address of which is 73
Flagler Street, Miami,
la 83180. The names and
if the personal repre-
tive and the personal repre-
ve'l attorney are set forth
interested persons are
ed to file with this court,
UN THREE MONTHS OF
FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE:
|claims against the estate and
objection by an interested
on whom this notice is
I that challenges the validity
I will, the qualifications of the
pal representative, venue, or
ction of the court.
CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS
T SO FILED WILL BE
I FOREVER BARRED.
iication of this Notice has
on September, 1988.
ersonal Representative:
IRVING CYPEN
P.O. Box 402099
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 88-4958
Division (04)
IN RE: ESTATE OF
GEORGE STEIL
Deceased
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
The administration of the estate
of GEORGE STEIL, deceased,
File Number 88-4958, is pending in
the Circuit Court for DADE
County, Florida, Probate Division,
the address of which is 3rd Floor,
Dade County Courthouse Miami,
Fla. 33130. The names and
addresses of the personal repre-
sentative and the personal repre-
sentative's attorney are set forth
below.
All interested persons are
required to file with this court,
WITHIN THREE MONTHS OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE:
(1) all claims against the estate and
(2) any objection by an interested
person on whom this notice is
served that challenges the validity
of the will, the qualifications of the
personal representative, venue, or
jurisdiction of the court.
ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS
NOT SO FILED WILL BE
FOREVER BARRED.
Publication of this Notice has
begun on September 9, 1988.
Personal Representative:
MURRAY GREENBERG
8-203 Plantation Drive
Vero Beach, Fla. 32966-7920
Attorney for
Personal Representative:
Morris Cohen (Fla. Bar #0014625)
207 American Savings Bldg.
16300 N.E. 19th Avenue
N.M.B.. Fla. 33162-4891
Telephone: (305) 945-0811
19805
mailed are required, WITHIN
THREE MONTHS FROM THE
DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICA-
TION OF THIS NOTICE, to file
any objections they may have that
challenge the validity of the dece-
dent's will, the qualifications of the
personal representative, or the
venue or jurisdiction of the court.
ALL CLAIMS. DEMANDS. AND
OBJECTIONS NOT SO FILED
WILL BE FOREVER BARRED
Date of the first publication of
this Notice of Administration:
September 2. 1988.
Marilyn Bookchin
As Personal Representative of the
Estate of Nicholas W. Sokoloff
Deceased
ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL
REPRESENTATIVE:
Richard I. Kroop (128023)
Kwitney, Kroop &Scheinberg, PA.
420 Lincoln Road. Suite 512
Miami Beach. Florida 33139
Telephone: (305) 538-7575
18786 September 2,9, 1988.
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA,
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No. 88-34475-18
ACTION FOR
DISSOLUTION OF
MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF
JESUS A. GONZALEZ,
Petitioner/Husband,
and
FLORENTINA ZORETA.
Respondent/Wife
TO: FLORENTINA ZORETA
Respondent.
Residence: UNKNOWN
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
Terrace, Miami. Florida 33142;
and that on the 17th DAY OF
SEPTEMBER. 1988 DURING
THE LEGAL HOURS OF SALE
MAINLY BETWEEN 10:00
FORENOON AND 2:00 IN THE
AFTERNOON AT 2136 NW 24
AVE.. MIAMI. FLA. THE
I' N 11 E R SIG N E D SHALL
OFFER For SALE TO THE
HIGHEST BIDDER FOR CASH
IN HAND THE ABOVE
DESCRIBED PROPERTY.
DATED THIS 2nd DAY OF
SEITEMBER. 1988.
18785 Septemlier 2. 9. 1988.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 88-4492
Division 01
IN RE:ESTATE OF
THEODORE SCHEINBERG.
Deceased
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
The aclministratic.il of the estate
of THEODORE SCHE1NHERG.
deceased. File Number 88-4492, is
pending in the Circuit Court for
Dade County. Florida, Probate
Division, the address of which is l'-\
West Flagler Street. Miami.
Florida 38180. The names and
addresses of the personal repre-
sentative and the personal repre
sentative's attorney are set forth
below.
All interested persons are
required to file with this Court,
WITHIN THRKK MONTHS OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE:
(1) all claims against the estate and
(2) any objection by an interested
person on whom this notice is
served that challenges the validity
J.D. ASSAMBLY
OF MIAMI INC,
3785 N.W. 28th Street
Miami. Florida 33142
JACINTO HERRERA-
PRESIDENT
J.D. ASSAMBLY
OF MIAMI INC.
18798
September 9, 16, 23. 30. 1988.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, desiring to
engage in business under the ficti
tious name of Rl'MBI.K
AIK. INC.. of 13501 S.W. 128th
Street, No. 114, Miami. Florida
33116 intends to register the said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
Dated this 2nd day of September,
1988.
By: Ed Lamb. Jr.
.lames Hellman
Daniel A. Rumhlcy
Ronald A Johnston
Attorneys for Applicant
LAMCHICK, GLUCKSMAN &
JOHNSTON l'.\
10725 S.W. 104th Street
Miami. Florida 88176
(306) 6954888
18800
September 9, 16, 23, 30. 1988.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, desiring to
engage in busJIWSS under the ficti-
tious name(s) EXOTIQUE
SOURCE at 8ir.(i s.w. 8th
STREET #120 MIAMI, Fl. 88144
mtend(s) to register said name(s)
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County, Florida.
NANCY CONCEPCION
793& S.W. 12 STREET
MIAMI FL 33155
19801
September 9, 16, 23. 30. 1988.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
described property:LOT 16.
BLOCK 1. TIMBERWOOD
MANORS. ACCORDING TO
THE PLAT THEREOF. AS
RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK
120. AT PAGE 66. OF THE
PUBLIC RECORDS OF DADE
COUNTY. FLORIDA The
Defendant, the United States of
America, shall have the right of
redemption provided by U.S.C.
Sec. 2410(c) for the period
provided therein, running from
the date of the Certificate of
Title issued herein. DATED the
7TH dav of September. 1988
RICHARD P. BRINKEK Clerk
of Circuit CourUCircuit Court
Seal) by Maria Sams Deputy
ClerkAttomey for Plaintiff Joseph
M. Paniello, EsquireOne Tampa
City Center. Suite 2720.201
North Franklin Street.Tampa.
Florida 33602 Published 9/9-1602
Published 9/9-16
NOTICE OF SALE OF
SALEPURSUANT TO CHAP-
TER 45IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE ELEVENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR-
IDAGENERAI. JURISDICTION
DIVISION!'ASE NO. 86-52105
SEC. 13 FEDERAL HOME
LOAN MORTGAGE CORPORA-
TION. I'laintiffls) vs JEFFREY
M. FEUER. Trustee, et
al..Defendant^) NOTICE IS
HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to an
Order or Final Judgment entered
in this case now pending in said
Court, the style of which is indi-
cated above, I will sell to the
highest and best bidder for cash on
THE SOUTH STEPS of the Dade
County Courthouse in Miami.
Dade County. Florida at 1 I 00
o'clock A.M., on the 27th da
September. 1988, the following
described property Condominium
Parcel No. BI-608 of BRAVURA
I CONDOMINIUM, according to
the Declaration of Condominium
thereof, recorded November 17.
1972. under Clerk's File No. 72It
259613 of the Public Records of
Dade County. Florida. DATED
the 7TH dav of September. 1988
RICHARD P BRINKER Clerk
of Circuit CourUCircuit (Hurt
Seal) by Maria Santa Deputy
ClerkAttomey for Plaintiff Joseph
M. Paniello. EsquireOne Tampa
City CenterSuiU 2720201 North
Franklin StreetTampa, Florida
33602 Published 9/9-16 ne Tampa
City CenterSuite 2720201 North
Franklin StreetTampa, Florida
33602 Published 9/9-16
NOTICE OF SALE OF
SALEPURSUANT TO CHAP-
NOT SO FILED WILL BE at 6447 Miami Lakes Drive. Suite
FOREVER BARRED. 105, Miami Lakes. Fl. 33014
Publication of this Notice has '"*"*<> J regls,fr S*SSS
begun on September 2, 1988.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
of the will, the qualffications of the that the undersigned, desiring to
nersonal representative, venue, or engage in business under the ficti- TER 45IN THE CIRCUIT
jurisdiction of the court. tious name(s) FLORIDA COURT OF THE ELEVENTH
ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS SPECIALTY^UNDERWRITERS J^CU^CI^JjIT^IN AND
IDAGENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISIONCASE NO. 87-47960
SEC. 24 BANCBOSTON MORT-
GAGE CORPORATION, a Flor-
ida corporation, successor by
merger to STOCKTON. WHAT-
LEY. DAVIN &
COMPANY.Plaintiff(s)
vs.GEORGE ROBINSON, et
al.,Defendant HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to an
Order or Final Judgment entered
in this case now pending in said
Court, the style of which is indi-
cated above, I will sell to the
highest and best bidder for cash on
THE SOUTH STEPS of the Dade
County Courthouse in Miami.
Dade County, Florida at 11:00
o'clock A.M., on the 27th day of
September, 1988. the following
described property:Lot 17, Block
4. of GOLDEN HIGHLAND
ESTATES, according to the Plat
thereof, as recorded in Plat Book
53, Page 55. of the Public
Records of Dade County. Flor-
ida. DATED the 7TH day of
September. 1988. RICHARD P
BRINKER Clerk of Cir uit
CourUCircuit Court Seal) by
Maria Sams Deputy
ClerkAttomey for PlaintiffRosen-
thal & YarchinSuite 2300.
Personal Representative:
HAROLD J. COHEN
7570 S.W. 60th St.
Miami, FL 33143
Attorney for
Personal Representative:
HAROLD J. COHEN
4651 S.W. 72nd Ave.
Miami, FL 33155
Telephone: 305- 665-3725
18792 September 2,9. 1988.
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County, Florida.
WELGO. Inc.
a Florida corporation
Richard W. Wasserman
Attorney for
WELGO, Inc.
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Fl. 33139
18799
September 9, 16, 23, 30. 1988.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, desiring to
engage in business under the ficti-
tious name(s) CASCO-CLINIC
AND DIAGNOSTIC
CENTER, INC. D.B.A. CASCO
CLINIC DIAGNOSTIC CENTER
at 16921 NW 57th AVENUE
MIAMI, FLORIDA 33055
NOTICE OF SALE OF
SALEPURSUANT TO CHAP-
TER 45IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE ELEVENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORI-
that an action for Dissolution of DAGENERAL JURISDICTION
Marriage has been filed against DIVISIONCASE NO. 88-15861
you and you are required to serve BEG 24 FIREMAN'S FUND
a copy of your written defenses, if MORTGAGE CORPORATION, jntend,s) to register said name(s)
any, to it on HAROLD CEASE, formerly known as Manufactur- wjth the Clerk of the Circuit Court
attorney for Petitioner, whose ers Hanover Mortgage Corpora-
address is 2720 West Flagler ti0n.Plaintiff(s) vs.JESSIE L.
Street, Miami, Florida 33135. and JONES and BOBBIE R. JONES,
file the original with the clerk of his wife.DefendanUs) NOTICE
the above styled court on or is HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to
before September 16, 1988, other- Order or Final Judgment en-
wise a default will be entered tered in this case now pending in
against you for the relief ^d Court, the style of winch is ^''^^.Tpr 11 it IN AND Centrust Financial CenterlOO
>mp.aintor Seated above, I will sell to. the ^*^^ tSSSSSSSSAm-
of Dade County, Florida.
19803
September 9, 16, 23. 30. 1988.
NOTICE OF SALE OF
SALEPURSUANT TO CHAP-
TER 45IN THE CIRCUIT
demanded in the complaint
TOs notice shall be published once THE SOUTH STEPS of theDade ^^RJ^K
Courthouse
o'clock A.M.. on the 20th day
my hand and the SEPTEMBER, 1988. the follow-
Miami, ing described property:Lot 16, in
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR according to the Plat thereof. a. I
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 88-1928
Division 04
IN RE: ESTATE OF
NICHOLAS W. SOKOLOFF
Deceased
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
TO ALL PERSONS
each week for^r consecutive County C^< m\*XS> ^~^
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN. o'cl^A.^on the 20th day of S%?
MARIA LOPEZ, his wife, et
NOTICE IS
according to the Plat t lereof. a. .0JGIVEN pursuant to an
recorded in Plat Book 53. Page Order or Final Judgment entered
90. of the Public Records of Dade in this case now pending
County. Florida. DATED the
31STday of AUGUST. 1988. RI-
CHARD P. BRINKER Clerk of
Circuit CourKCircuit Court Seal)
by MARIA SAMA Deputy
ClerkAttomey for PlaintiffJoseph
M. Paniello. EsquireOne Tampa
16 Suite 2300, Centrust Financial
CenterlOO Southeast 2nd
StreetMiami. Florida 33131-2198
Published 9/9-16
RICHARD P. BRINKER
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By K. Seifried
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
HAROLD CEASE
Attorney for Petitioner
2720 West Flagler Street
Miami. Florida 33135
Court, the style of which is indi-
cated above. 1 will sell to the
highest and best bidder for cash on
THE SOUTH STEPS of the Dade
County Courthouse in Miami,
Dade County, Florida at 11:00
o'clock A.M., on the 27th day of
atyCenu7.S^e2720201 NTrti; September. 1988. the following
For
Legal
Forms
Call
373-4605


Page 46 The Jewish Floridian/Friday, September 9,1988
Foreclosure Sales Public Notices
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
Cue No. 88-28416 CA 30
NOTICE OF ACTION
FEDERAL HOME LOAN
MORTGAGE CORPORATION.
Plaintiff
vs
LUIS A CARDENAS,
et ux.. et ai..
Defendants.
TO: LUIS A. CARDENAS
5900 S.W. 127 Avenue. #3114
Miami. Florida 33183
and
MARIA VICTOR CARDENAS
5900 S.W. IS1 Avenue. #3114
Miami. Florida 33183
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an
action for Foreclosure of Mortgage
on the following described prop-
erty:
Unit No. 3114. of MILLER
GARDENS CONDO-
MINIUM a Condominium
according to the Declaration
of Condominium thereof,
recorded in Official Records
Book 11076. at Page 1796. of
the Public Records of Dade
Countv. Florida, ak a 5900
S.W 127 Avenue. Unit 3114.
Miami, Florida 88183
has been filed against you and you
are required to serve a COD) of
your written defenses, if any. to it.
00 Sheppard Faber, Attorney for
Plaintiff, whose address is Suite
214, 1570 Madruga Avenue. Coral
Gables. Florida. 33146 on or before
Oct. 7. 190 and file the original
with the Clerk of this Court either
before service on Plaintiff's
attorney or immediately there-
after: 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 31 dav of Aug.
1988
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk of the Court
By Barbara Rodriguez
As Deputy Clerk
187M
September 9. 16. 23. 30. 1988.
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
iNO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA.
IN .AND FOR DADE COUNTY
CM Action No. 88 37157 (061
ACTION FOR
DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE
#003473
IN RE
AL P SINGLETON
and
VANESSA SINGLETON
TO VANESSA SINGLETON
804 Frank Cochran Dr
6'. North date
Hinesv-ille. Ga 31313
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE ELEVENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
Case No.: 88 37014
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN RE: CHANGE OF NAME
FROM
JAMIE JO RAYDON TO
JAMIE JO NOGUEIRAS
K) DAVID SANTIAGO
Residence Unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Petition for Change of Name
has been filed against you. and you
are required to serve a copy of
your Answer or pleading to the
Petition to the Mother's Attorney,
MILTON C. GOODMAN. ESQ.,
Suite 907 Biscayne Building. 19
West Flagler Street. Miami.
Florida 33130. and file the original
Answer or pleading in the office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
before the 7th day of October,
1988. If you fail to do so. Default
Judgment will be taken against
you for the relief demanded in the
Petition.
DONE ANDORDERED'at Miami,
Florida, this 31 dav of August.
1968
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By. JENNIS 1. RUSSELL
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
18788
September 9. 16. 23. 30. 1988.
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA.
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No. 88-37391 (07)
ACTION FOR
DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: The Marriage of
JANICE SARA STEELE.
Petitioner,
and
ROBERT BARRETT STEELE
Respondent.
TO
ROBERT BARRETT STEELE
RESIDENCE UNKNOWN
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of
Marriage has been filed against
you and you are required to serve a
copy of your written defenses. If
any. to it on Philip A Turtletaub.
attorney for Petitioner, whose
address is 9995 Sunset Drive.
Suite 108. Miami. Florida 33173.
and file the original with the clerk
of the above styled court on or
before October 7th, 1968; other
wise a default will be entered
against you for the relief
demanded in the complaint or pet:
tion
Tail notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive *,, N >
in THE JEWISH FLORID1AN
WITNESS my hand and the seal
that an action for Dissolution of of and art at Miami. Florida on
Marriage has been filed against this 2 day of Sept 1981
RICHARD P BRINKER
Al Clark Cweorl
you and you are required to serve a
eopj ,>' yow r.:ter. defenses, if
any. to it on JOY BARKAN
ttornt) for Petitioner. *t -,
address is 2020 N E 163rd Street.
- Miami Beach. Florida.
Dade Count) Florida
B> John Branda
As Deputy Clerk
33162 and file the original with the Phlhp f*. ?T **
clerk of the aba* stvled court on A T^lUuh-
baferaOetate Llw* other- K"1
wise a default will be entered '
against yoa for the relief
demanded in the complair:
Oon.
This notice shall he puhi-jhed once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the seai
of saw court at Muur.i. FVnda or.
this 1 day of Sept IMS
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By Jenrus L Russell
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
Sewernber 9. 16. 23. 30
IMS
NOTICE I NDER
Fiermoi s name lav
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, dessnng to
engage :- business under the fico-
LI1 MEDICAL
CENTER INC DBA SANTA
v MEDICAL CENTER at
881 E 2rxi AVENUE HIALEAH
RIDA SMI
star said aa It the
tlark of she jrt of Dade
County. FVnda.
ignacio morales
mm
September 9. 16. 23. 90 19SS
{71-4000
ay for Petitioner
September 9. :6. 23 30.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigneo Mr
engage in bus^-*- e Srti-
tious nametsi THE SOFTWARE
PROFESSOR i- NSET
DRIVE SUITE 604 S MIAMI
FL 33143 intends,:. register said
narr.. | :-t
f Dade C
Flood*.
Sey.er.ber 9 .= 2.- .V
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, aeair
engage in bussneee under the fjco-
-.ameis' OROSUN COIN
intents, si *c register said r-
with the CVrk of the Circuit Caarl
of Dade Count; Florida.
EVELYN PINEDA
1138 West 40 PL
Haaeah FL 33012
:?
September 16. 23. 90. 1988
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA.
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No: 88 36382
FAMILY DIVISION
FLORIDA BAR #252751
MOTION OF
ADOPTION PROCEEDING
IN THE MATTER OF
THE ADOPTION OF:
A MINOR CHILD by-
Petitioners
MARIO STAGNARO and
DIANE STAGNARO. his wife
TO: JEFFREY DOE
RESIDENCE UNKNOWN
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a petition for the adoption of
your minor child has been filed and
commenced in this court and you
are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any. to it
on BRUCE N. CROWN.
ESQUIRE, attorney for the Peti-
tioners, whose address is 15490
N.W. 7th Avenue, Suite #205.
Miami. Florida 33169. and file the
original with the clerk of the above
styled court on or before Oct. 7,
1988: otherwise a default will be
entered against you for the relief
prayed for in the complaint or
petition.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in the Jewish Floridian Newspaper.
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of said Court at Miami, Florida on
this 26 day of Aug.. 1988.
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By: B. J. Foy
Deputy Clerk 1032
(Circuit Court Seal)
Attorney for Petitioners:
BRUCE N CROWN. ESQUIRE
1549(i N.W. 7th Avenue
Suite 1806
Miami. Florida 33169
(305) 6S7-3900
18781
September 2. 9. 16. 23. 1988.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA
IN AND FOB DADE COUNTY
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
Case No. 86-32174 CA 03
NOTICE OF ACTION
FEDERAL NATIONAL
MORTGAGE ASSOCIATION, an
association organized and e\ -
under the laws of the United
States of America.
Plaintiff
vs
CLARENCE L De PASS, et al..
Defendants.
TV CLARENCE L. De PASS and
JESSICA A MIRILLO
'.'' N.W B Avenue
Miami. Flonda 33150
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an
' reclosure of Mortgage
on the following ieacrttw I
art)
Beginning 25 fee: West of
the Northeast comer of the
South 1/1 ( :-, Southeast
l 4 of the North weal I :
the Soulhaaal I ; I Section
1. Township 55 South. Range
41 East, thence ran West 146
feet, thence run South 110.1
: thence rur. Baal '.46 feet.
thence run North 110.6 (eel
'-'
B Dade
la l/k a 9156
N.W 5 Avenue, Mini
Florida 331
. I a
are *< serve .. .
-- rrittet trftiMei fai
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Sept. 30 IMS and 5Je the ngmal
otherwise a default will be
- the rebef
daaaaaW
WTTNE SS ind the seal
* no of km
RICHARD P BRINKER
Ai Clark of the
By Barbara Rodnguet
' -
I8T8S
Septt-.vr y _
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE ELEVENTH
JUDICUL CIRCUIT.
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
Case No. 88-35053 (CA 02)
NOTICE OF ACTION
F.P.G. WHOLESALE. INC.. a
Florida corporation.
Plaintiff.
vs.
ARCH R. McKAY. et al.,
Defendants.
TO: UNITED BANK AND
TRUST COMPANY.
formerly known as NEW
BRITAIN NATIONAL
BANK. Trustee, under a
Certain Trust Agreement
between Olga V. Irons. Settler
and said New Britain National
Bank. Trustee, dated March 3,
1970
Corporate Service Center
25 Holly Drive
Newington. Connecticut 06111
LAWRENCE AXELSON
13 Harding Street
New Britain. CT 06052
MARY AXELSON CROPPER
222 East 75th Street
Apartment LE
New York. New York 10021
YOU ARE NOTIFIED, that an
action to quiet title on the
following described property in
Dade County. Florida:
That portion of Tract 41.
lying southerly of the
southerly right-of-way line of
Tamiami Trail, of Miami
Everglades Land Co., Ltd.. a
subdivision of the west one
half of Section 4. Township
54 South. Range 39 East,
according to the Plat thereof,
as recorded in Plat Book 3. at
Page 129. of the Public
Records of Dade County.
Florida, less and except the
West 330.00 feet of said
Tract 41
has been filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any, to it
on Keith. Mack. Lewis. Allison &
Cohen, Plaintiff's attorneys,
whose address is 111 N.E. 1st
Street. Miami. Florida 33132. on
or before Sept. 30. 1988 and file
the original with the Clerk of this
Court either before service on
Plaint.ffs attorneys or immedi-
ately thereafter; otherwise a
Default will be entered against you
for the relief demanded in the
Complaint.
WITNESS my hand and seal of
this Court on the 24 dav of August.
1988.
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk of the Court
By E Le Sueur
Deputy Clerk
18778
September 2. 9 16. 23. 1988.
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
ADOPTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE ELEVENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
Civil Action No: 87-39949 FC 07
FAMILY DIVISION"
FLORIDA BAR IB6275I
NOTICE OF ADOPTION
IN RE THE ADOPTION OF
a minor by MARIE WILLIAMS
and WINSTON WILLIAMS
Petit.
TO MARIE DENISE
DESAMOURS
i natural rr. -
RESIDENCE UNKNOR N
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Petition for Adoption has
(Bed and commenced in this
an I j rr -
'"<>;. J .." *r::tcr
defense* .:' anj :. : on BRUCE
N CROWN. ESQUIRE, attorney
raooners. whose address is
'
r- V an F h BIOS, and
file the original with the eh
the above sryied Court on or -
Sept. 30. 1988; otherwise a i
will be entered BganM a |
rebef demanded in the complaint
rpetn -
This notice shall be published once
each aeekf -:' ..- \ an
-
eseal
Mourn. Flonda or.
-v.
JKER
-^rt
'
By B ; r
ay for Petitioner*
BRUCE N >, IRE
rj
Nauru. Florida 31
- ..
18779
September 2, 9, 16. 23. 1988.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE ELEVENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
Case No. 88-13204 CA 29
NOTICE OF ACTION
ALLIANCE MORTGAGE
COMPANY, a Florida corporation.
Plaintiff,
vs.
DAVID PRINCE; WILHEMENA
PRINCE; SARAH BLUM.
Individually and as Trustee;
STATE OF FLORIDA.
DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE;
COMMERCIAL BANK & TRUST
COMPANY', a Florida corporation;
ZELMA SINGER, and the
unknown spouse, heirs, devisees,
grantees, creditors, or other
parties claiming by, through,
under or against her, CHRISTIAN
BELLAMY; WILSON
MATTHEW; ARNOLD CHERY;
DOMINIQUE LAWRENCE;
MELANIE BELLAMY; MAUD
MATTHEW. FORTUNE JEAN;
and KELLY LAROCHELLE;
Defendants.
TO: Zelma Singer, whose resi-
dence is unknown, and the
unknown parties who may be
spouses, heirs, devisees, gran-
tees, assignees, lienors. credi-
tors, trustees and all parties
claiming interest by. through,
under or against said
Defendant, who are not
known to be dead or alive, and
all parties having or claiming
to have any right, title, or
interest in the property herein
described.
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an
action to foreclosure a mortgage
on the following property in Dade
County. Flonda:
Lot 7. Block 6. of BUENA
VISTA HEIGHTS ADDI-
TION, according to the
Amended Plat thereof, as
recorded in Plat Book 3. at
Page 22. of the Public
Records of Dade County.
Florida,
has been filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any, to it.
on Albert C. Galloway. Jr.,
Esquire. Rosenthal k Y'archin.
Suite 2300. CenTrust Financial
Center. 100 Southeast 2nd Street.
Miami. Fiona 33131-2198. on or
before Sept. 30. 1988 and file the
original with the Clerk of this
Court either before service on
Plaintiffs attorneys or immedi-
ately thereafter; otherwise, a
default will be entered against you
for the relief demanded in the
complaint.
WITNESS my hand and seal of
this Court on 26 Aug.. 1988.
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk
By Barbara Rodriguez
Deputy Clerk
Albert C. Galloway. Jr.. Esquire
Rosenthal & Y'archin
Suit. .
r'.nancial Center
Southeast 2nd Street
Miami. Florida 33131 -.: -
Telephone (306] 374-6600
AMC NO 035865-200
FHA NO 0U 14162O-203
September 2. y. 16. 23. 1988.
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
ADOPTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE ELEVENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY FLORIDA
Civil Action No: 87-39949 FC 07
FAMILY DIVISION
RIDA BAR #252751
NOTICE OF ADOPTION
IN RE THE ADOPTION OF
a minor r. MARIE WILLIAMS
WILLIAMS.
Petitioners.
AN SERGE MAYAS
i natural father >
RESIDENCE UNKNOWN
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Petition for Adoption has
-ed and commenced in this
in and you are required to
^r written
i BRUCE
N CROWN ESQUIRE attorney
tiooners. whose address is
S W Tth Avenue. Suite
Miami. Flonda 33169. and
file the original with the clerk of
the above styled Court on or before
*pt- 30. 1988: otherwise a default
*fl be entered against you for the
relief prayed for u ,
complaint or ,.t|tjon '"
This notice .ha]| be wu
each week for fuur (71
weeks mtl..-JEWISHFl/S
WITNESS .,,^7
of .aid Court at H^H
this 24 day of AUg Jf^
RICHARD P. BRlN|tf I
Ai Deputy Clerks
(Circuit Court SeT
Attorney for I etWoBa*
BRUCE N CWWNlto
15490 N.W. 7th AveijT
Suite #205
Miami. Florida 33169
(305) 887-89
18777
September 2. 9.16 a,
noticfTundeT
FICTITIOUS NAME L
NOTICE IS HEREBYffli
that the un iersigned, l_'
engage in busineai under ]9
tious name)si Kobv's DerJ
Messinger Service at SaiT
235 Lincoln Road, Mi
FL 33137 intendfsl tor
nameis) with the
Circuit Court of Dd,"(
Florida.
Koby Berger Sr>l0nj|
Paul Kwitney. P A
Kwitney. Kr ; i SchnsJ
420 Lincoln P..ad. SuiteTaf
Miami Beach [ I. 33139
Attorney :' K by Berra '
lS7h2
September 2, V. 16. aj
IN THECIR(IITC(
THE ELEVENTH JIT*
CIRCUIT IN ANDF
DADE COUNTY. PI
Case No -.3693WTI
FAMIL1 HIVISIOSI
FL BAR 3(8011
In re the marr^e of
JEWEL W GREEK
Petitioner
and
THOMAS GREEN
Responder:
NOTICE OFAOIOSl
TO: Thoma* Green,
residence inkaon
YOU ARE NOTIFIED :aB
action for :-- unonofsaH
has been filed a^&iut yoca^|^
are requ:-' : I -erve it
your writtei nses astl
GRAFF. ES i
tioner. a J
167 St. N.M.1 I
before Oct 1988, and 3
original w,:r i \
otherwise ri
againal
RICHARI P BRIXKBl
Cler.
By '
Ai Di Ck
18791
Septer.:- r 2. 9.16,1
NOTK E INDEE
FICTITIOl NAMEUIL
NOTI' r > :i
that bV 'i
tious narr.e
\W m
Jewelry a:
Miami.' FL
NW
register s..
Clerk of the
Count-, r
Dora Vao^-r>oalajj
New Y rt -
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18781
Se;
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITlol- NAME U'I
NOTICl ivi that the -
engage n bus:'.<
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at 13.
33185
namei-
Circnit
Flonda
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,reclosure Sales Public Notices
Friday, September 9, 1988/The Jewish Floridian Page 47
CIRCUIT COURT
MJ'COUNTY, FLORIDA
,',. \ K8-26024 FC 01
[family division
E- The Marriage of
tY JEAN-LOUIS.
Petitioner,
; JEAN-LOUIS,
Respondent.
WIE JEAN-LOUIS
I Unknown
erve a copy of your Answer
Petition for Dissolution of
jage upon ANTHONY
feONE. FA.. 612 N.W. 12th
ur. Miami, Florida 33136,
i original with the Clerk of
ourt on or before Sept. 23.
otherwise a default will be
|l", 1988.
chard P. Brinker, Clerk
Barbara Rodriguez,
Deputy Clerk
August 26;
eptember 2, 9, 16, 1988.
| THE CIRCUIT COURT
)F THE ELEVENTH
Jl I'll I Al. CIRCUIT.
IN AND FOR
OE COUNTY. FLORIDA
ERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
se No. 88-04844 CA 28
NOTICE OF ACTION
\\'-t. MORTGAGE
(ANY, a Florida corporation.
CHARTER MORTGAGE
r\\NY
Plaintiff,
v.
8> MILLER. SR.;
MILLER;
f] FINANCE, INC.,
da corporation, f/k/a
fllERN DISCOUNT
FHA No. 092-280266-321
iottc c.. .' ~u""~~Z\" "'*" "*uwi, oaiini at wieaerKener,
^".B SL^rVJ-^Sfr address of attorneys; 656 Yonkers
your written defenses, if any, to it Jutkowitz. Balint & Wiederkehe
on Stuart H.Gitlitz, Esq., address of attorneys; 656 Yonkers
September 2, 9, 16, 1988. Attorney for Plaintiff, whose Ave, Yonkers New York 10704
m j iS SuUe 214' 1570 Telephone no 914-965-9000 This
!?, rJUBaAvenue' Coral Gables' citation is served upon you as
t7o^ ic,nL0rbef0reSept- re U. 1988, and file the original with obliged to appear in person, If you
the clerk of this court either before fail to appear it will be assumed
service on Plaintiffs attorney or that you do not object to the relief
immediately thereafter, otherwise requested. You have a right to
a default will be entered against have ah attorney-at-law appear for
you for the relief-demanded in the you.
complaint.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
Caa* No. 88-25331 CA 11
NOTICE OF ACTION
ADMINISTRATOR OF
VETERANS AFFAIRS,
Plaintiff
ROBERT McKENZIE, et al,
Defendants.
TO: ROBERT MCKENZIE
Residence Unknown
If alive, and if dead, all parties
claiming interest by, through,
under or against ROBERT
MCKENZIE, and all parties
having or claiming to have any
right, title or interest in the
property herein described.
You are hereby notified that an
action to foreclose a mortgage on
the following property in DADE
County, Florida:
Lot 24, Block 5, of NORTH
MIAMI ESTATES THIRD
ADDITION, according to the
Plat thereof, as recorded in
Plat Book 6, Page 139, of the
Public Records of Dade
County, Florida a/k/a 4700
N.W. 15th Court, Miami
Florida 33142
has been filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any, to it
on Sheppard Faber, Attorney for
Plaintiff, whose address is Suite
214, 1570 Madruga Avenue, Coral
Gables, Florida, 33146 on or before
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of this court this 17 day of Aug.,
1988.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
As Clerk of the Court
By Barbara Rodriguez
As Deputy Clerk
18770 August 26;
September 2, 9, 16, 1988.
18766
August 19, 26;
September 2, 9, 1988.
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA,
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No. 88 345*9
ACTION FOR
DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE
Florida Bar # 067860
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF
VILMA A. PEREZ
Petitioner/Wife
and
ODILIO PEREZ
Respondent/Husband
TO: Mr. Odilio Perez
5 Calle s. 019Y20 Ave
* 148
Rio Piedras,
San Pedros Sulaca Honduras
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
ELEVENTH CIRCUIT COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
Case No.: 88-34122
IN RE: The Marriage of:
WILNER ELOISSAINT,
Petitioner,
and
SONYA L. SCOTT ELOISSAINT.
Respondent.
TO:
SONYA SCOTT ELOISSAINT,
Residence Unknown, you shall
serve a copy of your Answer to the
Petition for Dissolution of
Marriage upon: ANTHONY
CARBONE, P.A., 612 N.W. 12th
Avenue, Miami, Florida 33136,
and file original with the Clerk of
the Court on or before September
23, 1988, otherwise a default will
be entered.
Aug. 17, 1988.
RICHARD P. BRINKER, Clerk
By: C.P. Copeland
18767 August 19, 26;
^_______September 2, 9 1988.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE ELEVENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
Case No.: 88-34313
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
Bar No. 014496
Suite #205
Miami, Florida 33169
(305) 687-3900
Attorney for Petitioner
18760 August 19.26;
September 2, 9, 1988.
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
W THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA.
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No. 88-34427
that an action for Dissolution of
&t730. WM.and'fiTefte'original MarriaKe has been filed against
ANY; CITIBANK. N.A.. a with the clerk of this court either y" andyou are required to serve a
banking association; before service on Plaintiffs ~Py of your written defenses, if
10X SOLAR. INC., a attorney or immediately there- !^l to ,l on LESTER ROGERS. IN RE: The Marriage of:
corporation; SOLARMAR after, otherwise a default will be ES^- attorney for Petitioner, BIEN-AIME EUGENE.
EMS CORPORATION, a entered against you for the relief *no8e "ddress 1*M Nw- 17th Petitioner/husband
demanded in the complaint. Avenue. Miami. Florida 33125, ^d
WITNESS my hand and the seal d. e ** onPn*l with ** clerk N0RMA EUGENE
. corporation; JOSEPH P.
)Y. TIMOTHY BRADY, and
known spouses, heirs,
es, grantees, creditors, or
parties claiming by, through,
Tor against them; FORD
, CREDIT COMPANY, a
re corporation; THE
pC HEALTH TRUST OF
COUNTY, FLORIDA, an
and instrumentality of
(County, Florida, which
es JACKSON MEMORIAL
PITAL; GUY T. RIZZO;
UP BRASS. M.D.; JOHN
In/k/a JEFF BROWN and
DOE n/k/a ALICE
TO;
Defendants.
of this court this 23 day of Aug.,
1988.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
As Clerk of the Court
By Barbara Rodriguez
As Deputy Clerk
18775 August 26;
September 2. 9. 16. 1988.
of the above styled court on or
Respondent/wife
this 16 day of August, 1988.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By Barbara Rodrigues
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, desiring to
engage in business under the ficti-
tious name of Interstate Lands-
capes at number 6700 N. Kendall
Dr. #A201, in the City of Miami.
,seph P. Brady and.Timothy Florida. 33156 intends to register TESTER ROGERS. ESQ.
rady, whose residences are the said name with the Clerk of the "i*~
nknown, and the unknown Circuit Court of Dade County, MM N.W^ 17th Avenue
rties who may be spouses. Florida. M-ami, Florida 33125
lira, devisees, grantees. Dated at Coral Gables. Florida. Attorney for Petitioner
signees, lienors, creditors, this 15 day of August, 1988. August 19,26;
rustees and all parties McWeston Yacht, Inc.
iming interest by, through, By: Michael L. Weston
der or against said Defend- President
ts, who are not known to be JOHN KIRK McDONALD P.A.
ad or alive, and all parties Attorney for Applicant
ving or claiming to have any The Law Center
tit, title or interest in the 370 Minorca Avenue
petty herein described. Coral Gables, Fla. 33134
ARE NOTIFIED that an 444-0815
to foreclose a mortgage on 18772 Augi
Following property in Dade_____
before Sept. 23, 1988; otherwise a -,. M____"
default will be entered against you SnceTnown
mz^^sr",n the u' rMA *"*
_ ~ .% .... dence unknown, are required to
This notice shall be published once fi,e angwer to ^ UUon for
T^SSt^mmmu^SM dissolution f marriae with the
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN. C|erk of ^ -bove Court mnd 8erve
WITNESS my hand and the seal a copy thereof upon the peti-
of said court at Miami, Florida on tioner's attorneys, COHEN.
September 2, 9, 1988.
Florida:
: 12, less the South 4.6 feet
[the East 12 feet, Block 1,
URHAVEN GARDENS,
ording to the Plat thereof,
recorded in Plat Book 6,
ge 76, of the Public
ecords of Dade County,
Norida.
SUPPLEMENTAL CITATION
file number 1987/88
THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF
NEW YORK, By The Grace of God
Free and Independent, TO
HAROLD MARKOWITZ, who's
where abouts are unknown, and if
deceased, to all next of kin of
. HAROLD MARKOWITZ, their
September I, 9, lb, ia guardians, committees or assig
COHEN & COHEN. 622 S.W. 1st.
Street, Miami, Florida, 33130, on
or before September 16, 1988, or
else petition will be confessed.
WITNESS my hand and seal of
this Court, at Miami, Dade County,
Florida, this Aug. 11, 1988.
Richard P. Brinker
Clerk. Circuit Court
By C.P. Copeland
Deputy Clerk
18761 August 19.26;
September 2, 9, 1988.
NOTICE OF ACTION"
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
W THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA.
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No. 88-34128 26
ACTION FOR
DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
Case No. 88-32565 CA 28
NOTICE OF ACTION
FEDERAL HOME LOAN
ISHS T*!! .*" MORTGAGE CORPORATION.
Plaintiff
nees, and if any of them survived in RE: THE MARRIAGE OF
the decedent but have since died or JOHN T. ARNOLD,
become incompetent, their succes-
sors in interest, executors, admini-
strators, legal representatives,
devisees, legatees, spouses, distri-
butees, heirs-at-law, next of kin,
Petitioner, Husband
and
CEMENTROY ARNOLD,
Respondent, Wife
TO: CEMENTROY ARNOLD
committees, guardians or any RESIDENCE UNKNOWN
person having any claim or
interest through them by
purchase, inheritance or other-
wise. YOU ARE HEREBY CITED
TO SHOW CAUSE before the
Surrogate's Court, Westchester
County,
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution ol
Marriage has been filed against
you and you are required to serve a
copy of your written defenses, if
any, to it on Bruce N. Crown,
| required to serve a copy of
' written defenses, if any, to it
Albert C. Galloway, Jr.. vs
Hire, Rosenthal & Yarchin, PEDRO BLANCO, et al.,
2300, CenTrust Financial Defendants.
er, 100 Southeast 2nd Street, TO: PEDRO BLANCO
ni, Florida 33131-2198, on or Residence Unknown
ire Sept. 23, 1988, and file the
[inal with the Clerk of this
rt either before service on
lintiff's attorneys or immedi-
ly thereafter; otherwise, a
ault will be entered against you
the relief demanded in the
nplaint.
her death a resident of Hudson <*HiSr.lS2!2;
i Court on 22 Aug., 1988.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
Clerk of the Court
By Barbara Rodriguez
Deputy Clerk
ert C. Galloway. Jr.. Esquire
enthal & Yarchin
2300
nTrust Financial Center
i Southeast 2nd Street
ni, Florida 33131-2198
phone: (305) 374-6600
tC, No. 610066-400
y, at the County Court Egquire attorney for Petitioner,
House in the City of White Plains, whoac tAdnaB 1M9o N.W. 7th
New York on September 20, 1988 Avenue Suite ,205, Miami, FL
Deceased, and all parties at 9:30 A.M. why a certain writing 33169 and file the original with
claiming interest by, through, dated September 7 1972 and ** derK 0f the above styled court
under or against him, and all Codicil dated August 21. 1972. Qn or Mon September 16. 1988;
parties having or claiming tc *"'<;" h*8"Loffered.f^. %*** otherwise a default will be entered
have any right, title 01 by Herman B. Fine and El, B. Fine ag.jngt you for the relief
interestin the property herein -siding J.Wj M^Ave j,^ in the complaint or peti-
Yon hereby notified that an Ave, Y"k" N?"Yo!* T^T' 8 notice ** P""*8^ "<*
Y0U f^^L .? lively should not be probated as ^ week for four costive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal
GROVE, according to the
Plat thereof, as recorded in
Plat Book 8, at Page 49. of
the Public Records of Dade
County, Florida, a/k/a 1540
N.W. 120th Street, North
Miami, Florida 33167.
View Nursing Home, City of
Yonkers New York in the County
of Westchester, New York. Dated,
Attested and Sealed August 5,
1988 HON. Evans V Brewster,
Surrogate of Westchester County,
has been filed against you and you phjljp E pugsiey, Chief Clerk. Bruce N. Crown, Esquire
are required to serve a copy of Name of Attorney's Farley. 15490 N.W. 7th Avenue
RICHARD P. BRINKER
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By Jennis L. Russell
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
ACTION FOR
DISSOLUTION OF
MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF
MARIE DENISE LUSCAR,
Petitioner,
and
MOLERE LUSCAR,
Respondent
TO: MR. MOLERE LUSCAR
RESIDENCE UNKNOWN
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of
Marriage has been filed against
you and you are required to serve
a copy of your written defenses, if
any, to it on HOWARD N.
GALBUT. ESQUIRE, attorney
for Petitioner, whose address is
999 Washington Avenue, Miami
Beach, Florida 33139, and file the
original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before
September 16, 1988; otherwise a
default will be entered against
you for the relief demanded in the
complaint or petition.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami,
Florida on this 15 day of August,
1988.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By Clarinda Brown
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
HOWARD N. GALBUT.
ESQUIRE
GALBUT. GALBUT & MENIN
999 Washington Avenue
Miami Beach, Florida 33139
Attorney for Petitioner
18764 August 19, 26;
September 2, 9, 1988.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, desiring to
engage in business under the ficti-
tious name Empire Plumbing at
Dade County, FL intend(s) to
register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
Albert Elbaz
Richard Kroop.
Attorney
18773 August 26;
September 2, 9, 16, 1988.
NOTICE OF SALE
PURSUANT TO CHAPTER 45
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY, FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
CASE NO. 87-21765
SEC. 14
METMOR FINANCIAL. INC..
formerly known as Croasland Ca-
pital Corporation.
Plaintifffs)
vs.
MIGUEL FERNANDEZ, if liv-
ing, and CARMEN J. FERNAN-
DEZ, his wife, if living, includ-
ing any unknown spouse of said
Defendants, if either has remar-
ried, etc., et al.,
Defendants)
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
pursuant to an Order or Final
Judgment entered in this case now
pending in said Court, the style of
which is indicated above, I will sell
to the highest and best bidder for
cash on THE SOUTH STEPS of
the Dade County Courthouse in
Miami, Dade County, Florida at
11:00 o'clock A.M., on the ltth day
of SEPTEMBER. 1988. the fol-
lowing described property:
Lot 19. Block 1. BENT TREE
LAKESIDE, according to the
Plat thereof as recorded in Plat
Book 105. at Page 17 of the
Public Records of Dade County.
Florida.
The Defendant. The United
States of America shall have the
right of redemption provided by
28 U.S.C. Sec. 2410(e) for the
period provided therein, ranning
from the date of the Certificate
of Title isaued herein.
DATED the 31ST day of AU-
GUST. 1988.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
Clerk of Circuit Court
(Circuit Court Seal)
by MARIA SAMA
Deputy Clerk
Attorney for Plaintiff
Joseph M. Paniello
Suite 2720, One Tampa City Cen-
ter
201 North Franklin Street
Tampa. Florida 33601
Published 9/2-9
NOTICE OF SALE
PURSUANT TO CHAPTER 45
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
CASE NO. 88-5593
SEC. 21
KNUTSON MORTGAGE COR-
PORATION,
Plaintifffs)
vs.
CARLOS ORTEGA, and, JU-
DITH ORTEGA, his wife, et al..
Defendants)
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
pursuant to an Order or Final
Judgment entered in this case now
pending in said Court, the style of
which is indicated above, I will sell
to the highest and best bidder for
cash on THE SOUTH STEPS of
the Dade County Courthouse in
Miami, Dade County, Florida at
11:00 o'clock A.M., on the 20th day
of SEPTEMBER, 1988. the fol
lowing described property:
Lot 3, Block 9. PALM LAKES
SECTION TWO, according to the
Plat thereof, recorded in Plat Book
73, Page 20, of the Public Records
of Dade County, Florida.
The Defendant. The United States
of America, shall have the right of
redemption provided by 28 U.S.C.
Sec.2410(c) for the period provided
therein, running from the date of
the Certificate of Title issued her-
ein.
DATED the 31ST day of
AUGUST. 1988.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
Clerk of Circuit Court
(Circuit Court Seal)
by MARIA SAMA
Depatv Clerk
Attorney tor Plaintiff
Joseph M. Paniello, Esquire
Suite 2720. One Tampa City Cen-
ter
201 North Franklin Street
Tampa, Florida 33602
Published 9/2-9
NOTICE OF SALE
PURSUANT TO CHAPTER 45
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY, FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
CASE NO. 88-15026
SEC. 02
FEDERAL NATIONAL MORT-
GAGE ASSOCIATION, A Unit-
ed States corporation,
Plaintiff(s)
vs.
HENRY C.G. YEE; STEPHEN
J. WASIOLEK. JR., DEBORAH
J. WASIOLEK, and the un-
known spouses, et al..
Defendant^)
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
pursuant to an Order or Final
Judgment entered in this case now
pending in said Court, the style of
which is indicated above, I will sell
to the highest and best bidder for
cash on THE SOUTH STEPS of
the Dade County Courthouse in
Miami, Dade County, Florida at
11:00 o'clock A.M., on the 19th day
of SEPTEMBER, 1988, the fol-
lowing described property:
Lot 3, Block 3. of BEACH PLA-
ZA, according to the Plat ther-
eof, as recorded in Plat Book 59,
Page 86, of the Public Records of
Dade County, Florida.
DATED the 31ST day of .AU-
GUST. 1988.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
Clerk of Circuit Court
(Circuit Court Seal)
by MARIA SAMA
Deputy Clerk
Attorney for Plaintiff
Rosenthal & Yarchin
Suite 2300. Centrust Financial
Center
100 Southeast 2nd Street
Miami. Florida 33131-2198
Published 9/2-9
For
Legal Forms
Call 373-4605


Page 48 The Jewish FTohdian, "Friday. September 9.1
Defense Attorney Booted
exclusive of mutual respect
between Hirsch and Shomrim.
"Please understand some-
thing." interjected Hirsch. 'I
have the most profound
respect for the genuineness of
their feelings and I share in
the sense of tragedy.
I've been a loyal and
faithful member of the'organi-
ration for some years." Hirsch
explained. "It does wonderful
and good work and I will miss
it very much. For example, on
Hanukkah. some of the offi-
cers will take candles and stuff
around to the homes of the
elderly who might not
get out."
WAKSMAN called the inci-
dent an academic dispute"
the organization is having with
Hirsch. "He's still my friend.
He's a good lawyer and a fine
person."
There is a bit more skepti-
cism spoken amongst the
camps, however.
One Dade law enforcement
official cast the lone vote to
keep Hirsch in. Waksman
admits he has received some
calls from Shomrim members
who were not at that meeting
who spoke in support of
Hirsch.
"If someone makes a motion
to open (the issue) up. we'll
consider it. At this point,
nothing's happened,"
Waksman said.
One of the Shomrim
members who did vote to oust
Hirsch is Rabbi Pinchas
Weberman. spiritual leader of
Orthodox Oher Shalon
Congregation and a chaplain
at the Miami Beach Police
Department. Weberman made
a motion to have Hirsch come
in to explain his perspective to
the group. Hirsch did; the
group listened; and then, he
was ousted.
"I heard Mr. Hirsch and I
don't question that he's
committed to upholding the
Constitution and upholding his
profession." Weterman said.
"I don't question his state-
ments. Still, I voted that he be
asked to resign. Shomrim is
not a professional society;
Shomrim is a social and frat-
ernal society. That means you
consider even- member of that
society like your own brother
and sister and that means you
have an emotional bond to
remember."
"Now Mr. Hirsch said that
he could effectively defend the
accused murderer of Scott
Rakow, who was a Shomrim
Hirsch explained; the
group listened; and,
then, he was ousted.
member. Accepting that state-
ment as true is the strongest
argument to vote him out of
the society."
PART of the problem.
Shomrim members say, is that
Shomrim societies are almost
exclusively composed of police
officers. But because there
were not that many Jewish
police officers in the area.
other Jewish law enforcement
officials joined. The group is
not open to lawyers in private
practice, but because Hirsch
had joined the organization as
a prosecutor, he was allowed
to remain in Shomrim as an
associate member when he
went into private practice.
"Some people are saying we
did the wrong thing." said
Waksman. "Everyone is enti-
tled to their opinion."
Hirsch views the case bibli-
cally. He refers to the story of
Sodom and Gemorrah in
Genesis and notes how Moses
asked if God would spare the
towns from destruction if
there was just one innocent
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take the case. There are plenty
of good attorneys in South
Florida, they say.
We wholeheartedly support
these principles that everyone
is presumed innocent, ever-
vone is entitled to the very
best attorney they could get
and everyone is entitled to a
fair trial." said Waksman.
We just don't think the
Community Cornei
Jewish War Veterans, Harry H. Cohen Auxiliary i* I
will hold its monthly meeting Sunday, Sept. 25,10, *
at Surfside Community Center.
Waksman: "We're saving a fraternity
brother should not defend someone accused
ofkiUing another fraternity brother.''
person amidst the multitudes
of evildoers.
Referring to his client.
Hirsch declared. "If there is
one respect in which he is
innocent, one mote of inno-
cence in him. if there is one
particular in which he is good
and not evil, if he is wrongly
accused, then I assure you I
will do everything in my power
to save him."
Shomrim members admit
Hirsch's view may be noble.
But let another good attorney
:a-yer providing these legal
>erv".ces should be a fraternity
brother of the man who is
lolled, regardless of what the
fraternity is."
SINGER said he will not feel
awkward when he sees Hirsch
in the future. "We're going to
agree to disagree." he said.
"But what would be awkward
is for Mr. and Mrs. Rakow to
come to our meetings and eat
bagels and lox with the man
defending the (alleged
murderer of their son."
Jajftl
An Aish Hatorah 'Discovery' Weekend is schduJ
for young professionals seeking to learn more abo
their Jewish heritage beginning on Oct. 14 in conju^l
tion with the Bob Russel Community Retreat Centers
CAJE.
Mount Sinai Medical Center will sponsor a matem*
fashion show on Thursday, Sept. 29, 1:00 p.m. in the
hospital's Wolfson Auditorium. The latest in matemn,
wear will be spotlighted, along with infa-t fashion
accessories and an exercise demonstration. forpr&J
nant women by pregnant women.
one-hour documentary film about 'efusenij
limir and Masha Slepak's 17-year battle to leavettj
A
Vladimir and Masha Slepak's 17-year battle to leavethtl
Soviet Union will be aired on WPBS Channel:
Wednesday. September 14. Produced by David L^,
berg and WHYY-TV of Philadelphia, the film inctu
exclusive footage of an interview with the "
Moscow before their release.
RoseJ
Beth Torah Singles, ages 35-50. will hold its J
dance Thursday, Sept. 29, 8 p.m. at Eeth TwJ
Congregation. Benny Rok Campus, North
Beach. Dancing will be to the sounds of Disc Jc
"Cool Lou."
L' Shana Tovah
BEST WISHES
FOR
A HAPPY
& HEALTHY
NEW YEAR
Dr. Robert & Betsy Kaplan
5749
1988
Pd. Pol. Adv.


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