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PAGE 14A HERITAGE FLORIDA JEWISH NEWS, JUNE 6, 2014 i Jewish Agency rescues group of immigrants from Donetsk JERUSALEM --A group of six olim (immigrants) from the city of Donetsk in east- ern Ukraine landed in Israel Tuesday, May 27, following a fast-paced operation put into action by The Jewish Agency for Israel due to the battles surrounding the city's airport. Battles between Ukrainian forces and pro-Russian rebels in and around the civilian airport of Donetsk broke out Monday, May 26, following the country's presidential election. Due to the escala- tion, the airport was shut down, all outgoing and incoming flights were can- celled, and the access road was blocked. A group of six immigrants, including a couple with twin baby girls from Donetsk and another couple from the city of Mariupol, was set to depart for Israel lastMonday night. Due to the battles and the airport's closure, The Jewish Agency's Russian-Speaking Jewry Unit decided to evacuate them overland to Dnepropetrovsk and to putthem up in a local hotel until their departure for Israel. On the morning of May 27, they boarded a plane from Dnepropetrovsk to Kiev and then another plane bound for Israel. The group landed at Tel Aviv's Ben-Gurion International Airport a short time later. Chairman of the Execu- tive of The Jewish Agency for Israel Natan Sharan- sky said: "Jewish Agency representatives in Ukraine A rLiving Community where Hospitalityis a Way of Life. iAssisted Ling  Rehabilitation and Skilled Nursing Care J:Va of Artment Suite Selections, some with Lake Views Weekly Hour by the Jewish Pavilion MonthlyShabbat Service Monthly Bagels and Lax luncheon continue to be active in all areas and are prepared for any eventuality, as shown by this latest event in my own city of birth, Donetsk. Due to the current situa- tion in the country, we have significantly expanded our activities, assisting those who wish to immigrate to Israel, bringing young people to experience life in Israel on a variety of Jewish Agency programs, providing Hebrew classes, and so on." According to The Jewish Agency's Russian-Speaking Jewry Unit, approximately 30,000 Jews live in Donetsk Oblast, of whom some 11,000 live in the city of Donetsk. The Russian-Speaking Jewry Unit is now preparing to bring ad- ditional families from the area in a similar manner should the battles not subside and should the airport not reopen. JewishAgency representatives are in close contact with the Jewish communities in the area and are prepared to offer immediate assistance, should the need arise. According to Jewish)gency data, the first four months of 2014 saw a 142 percent , increase in Aliyah (immigra- tion to Israel) compared to the comparable period in 2013. Seven hundred and sixty-two immigrants from Ukraine arrived on Jewish Agency Aliyah flights between January and April, compared to 315 between January and April 2013. During the month of March, 222 Ukrainian im- migrants came to Israel, a200 ;;2STEO LIYI(; ANl SK1Lt.D N1JF.%ING 130t W. Maitland Blvd. Maitland, FL 32751 . www.SavannahCoaittand;com The Urina family from Donetsk at their hotel in Dnepro- petrovsk, ahead of their arrival in Israel. percent increase from March 2013, when there were 74. April saw a dramatic increase in Ukrainian Aliyah, with 383 immigrants arriving, com- pared to 97 in April 2013--a 295 percent increase. Jewish Agency representatives have also noted a dramatic increase in the number of individuals who have started the Aliyah process, as well as in the number of individuals who have contacted The Jewish Agency in order to receive counseling and information regarding Aliyah. The Jewish Agency has some 90 staffers on the ground in Ukraine, strengthening Ukrainian Jews' connections to Israel and the Jewish world and assisting those intere.sted in making Aliyah. 1301 W. Maitland Blvd. Maitland, FL 32751 407-645-3990 www, SavannahCourtMaitland.com Assisted Living Facility License No. 8447 Skilled Nursing Facility License No. 1635096 ]';'.'i0 ,,,, Torah From page 1A Society of America to make a capsule that would keep the Torah safe failed to withstand the moon's temperature swing The team has yet to book a flight to the moon. It had ini- tially intended to join a lander being built by Israel-based SpaceIL, but the partnership failed. Aouizerate and his col- leagues are now calling out to the Spain-based Barcelona Moon Team to see if they will take the artifacts, but there has been no confirmation of an agreement yet. The endeavor to preserve Earth's culture has been considered in the past, with organizations saying hu- manity should create "time capsules" that will preserve Earth's artifacts. NASA's two Voyager spacecraft currently on their way into interstellar space each contain the Golden Record, avinyl of various snip- pets of Earth life and culture, from the sounds of nature to images of humans. The collec- tion is intended to be a lasting legacy of humanity's place in the universe, the Daily Mail noted. Sending sacred texts to space has been done before. NASA stirred outrage among atheists when the Apollo 8 astronauts read from the Book of Genesis as they orbited the moon in 1968. Famed astro- naut Buzz Aldrin took com- munion on the moon before stepping onto the surface in July 1969 and the Apollo 15 astronauts left a bible on their lunar rover when they left the moon in July 1971. Continued from page 44B Haig David West 1 Fixed 5200/5222 46 whole 4468/2969 $4,990.60 $1.55 Elizabeth L David West 1307 Three Rivers E Fort Wayne, IN 46802 Rosana C Araujo 1/2 All Season- 4000/51C 21 even 4468/2972 $788.49 $0.29 Bruno Araujo Float Week/ 940 Jefferson Ave, Apt 1R Float Unit Elizabeth, NJ 07201 Sendra R Gistarb 1/2 Floating 4000/11D 10 odd 4468/2973 $1,575.18 $0.57 Donab R Washington 13045 High Star Dr Houston, TX 77072 Natssi L Zhou 1 All Season- 4000/63A 3 whole 4468/2962 $1,529.58 $0.58 2929 Old Franklin Rd #809 Float Week/ Antioch, TN 37013 Float Unit Michael J Duarte 1 All Season- 400/85C & 23 even & 4468/2963 $936.28 $0.34 Sarah Rose Vadey Float Week/ 4000/85D 23 even 18 Manhattan Ave Float Unit Fairhavan, MA 02719 Patrice C Holowzak 1 All Season- 4000/12C 20 whole 4468/2964 $1,529.58 $0.58 Henry A Holowzak Float WeeW 48 Probst Dr Float Unit Shirley, NY 11967 Glyn Clemson 1/2 All Season- 5300/5358 11 even 4468/2965 $1,359.96 $0.43 Karen Clemson Float Week/ 1650 S W 117th Ave Float Unit Davie, FL 33325 William A Osborn 2 All Season- 6000/11A & 38 odd & 4468/2966 $1,238.34 $0.45 Susan A Osbom Float Week/ 6000/11B & 38 odd & 3440 "ripton Hwy Float Unit 6000/11C & 38 odd & Adrian, MI 49221 6000/11D 38 odd Arletta Ware 2 All Season- 4g00/55A & 16 whole & 4468/2967 $1,564.57 $0.64 300 West Pomerey St Float Week/ 4000/55B 16 whole West Chicago, IL 60185 Float Unit Ben Caidwell Jr 1 All Season- 4000/33A & 35 even & 4468/2968 $678.17 $0.30 Janice Bacon Float Week/ 4000/33B 35 even Attn: John Dembar Float Unit 600 Lawrence Rd Lawrenceville, GA 08648 K:\\;FORECLOSUREk26896.WG Town Center HOA (NJ)kDay.0395kExhibit A-NOS.doc May 30; June 6, 2014 L 110346 NOTICE OF DEFAULT AND INTENT TO FORECLOSE WESTGATE VACATION VILLAS XXIII Pursuant to Section 721.855, Florida Statutes, WESTGATE VACATION VILLAS OWNERS ASSOCIATION, INC. (hereinafter referred to as "Westgate"), has recorded a Claim of lEan-in the amount of (Sea Exhibit "A"), with interest accruing at the rate of (See Exhibit =A") per day, and recorded in O.R. Book (See Exl:libit "A"), at Page (See Exhibit "A"), of the Public Records of Osceola County, Florida, and the undersigned Trustee as appointed by Westgate, hereby formally notifies (See Exhibit "A") that due to your failure to pay the annual assessmant(s) due on (See Exhibit "A") and all assessment(s) thereafter, you are currently in defauR of your obligations to pay assessments due to Westgate on the following described real property located in Oscanla County, Florida: (See Exhibit "A") Time Share Intereat(s) (See Exhibit "A") according to the Time Sharing Plan for the Resort Facility Phase XXIII, recorded in Official Records Book 1202, at Page 71, of the Public Records of Osceola County, Florida (the "Plan"). Together with the right to occupy, pursuant to the Plan, Unit(a) (See ExhibR " "A"), during Unit Week(e) (See Exhibit "A"), during Assigned Year(s), (See Exhibit "A"). 2770 Old Lake Wilson Rd., Kissimmee, FL 34747, Building (See Exhibit "A") (herein "Time Share Plan (Property) Address"). As a result of the aforementioned default, Westgate hereby elects to sell the Property pursuant to Section 721.855, Florida Statutes. Please be advised that in the event that your obligation is not brought current (including the payment of any fees incurred by Westgate in commencing this foreclosure process) within thirty (30) days from the first date of publication, the undersigned Trustee shall proceed with the sale of the Property as provided in Section 721.855, Florida Statutes, in which case, the undersigned Trustee shall: (1) Provide you with written notice of the sale, including the date, time and location thereof; (2) Record the notice of sale in the Public Records of Osceola County, Florida; and (3) Publish a copy of the notice of sale two (2) times, once each week, for two 2 successive weeks, in an Osceola County newspaper, provided such a newspaper exists at the time of publishing. If you fail to cure the default as set forth in this notice or take other appropriate act on w th regard to th s foreclosure matter, you risk losing ownership of your timeshare interest through the trustee foreclosure procedure established in Section 721.855, Florida Statutes. You may chose to sign and send to the undersigned trustee an objection form, exercising your right to object to the use of the trustee foreclosure procedure. Upon the undersigned trustee's receipt of your signed objection form, the foreclosure of the lien with respect to the default specified in this notice shall be subject to the judicial foreclosure procedure only. You have the right to cure your default in the manner set forth in this notice at any time before the undersigned trustee's sale of your timeshare interest. If you do not object to the use of the trustee foreclosure procedure, you will not be subject to a deficiency judgment even if the proceeds from the sale of your timeshare interest are insufficient to offset the amounts secured by the lien. By: GREENSPOON MARDER, P.A., Trustee EXHIBIT "A" - NOTICE OF DEFAULT AND INTENT TO FORECLOSE Owner(s)/Obligor(s) Timeshare Bldg/Unit Week/Assigned Default Date Interest Year Douglas Evangaiista 1/2 J J J/04 29 EVEN 1/2/2010 Enilceia Evangaiista SQN 203 Bloco A Apt #602 Brasilia-DF, 70833-010 Brazil Kriaten K Leonard 1/2 RRR/01 48 EVEN 1/2/2010 4478/226 518 Lincoln Dr Center Point, IA 52213-9384 Spencer E Browne 1/2 RRR/04 22 EVEN 1/2/2010 4478/220 Wlenyano Elliott Browne 8008 NW 113th ST Oklahoma City, OK 73162-2306 Juan A Reyes 1/2 RRR/04 24 EVEN 1/2/2010 4478/209 Lorraine Maldonado 97 Punta Palmas Barcelona, PR 00617-9728 Sam A Bathea 1/2 Fixed RRPJ06 2 EVEN 1/2/2010 4478/210 Sallie L Bethea 1400 Drake Drive Minden, LA 71055 David Pagan 1/2 "vI-r/02 10 EVEN 1/2/2010 4478/214 Maria E Pagan PO Box 382 Patchogue, NY 11772-0382 Phillip A Brown 1/2 "l-Vr/06 31 EVEN 1/2/2010 4478/215 Jean M Constant 5, Durlston Road E5 8RP England, Bobby J Collins 1/2 UUU/01 14 EVEN 1/2/2010 4478/213 Beverly Collins 5813 Quiet Pine Circle, Apt 303 Chester, VA 23831-6806 Betty C Rutherford 1/2 UUU/09 38 EVEN 1/2/2010 4478/224 8524 Troutman Ln Knoxville, TN 37931-4333 Daniel A Oechsnar 1/2 VVV/05 1 EVEN 1/2/2010 4478/222 Susan M Oechsnar 205 E 3rd St Beaver Dam, Wl 53916-1748 Sidney E Lee 1/2 WWW/08 30 EVEN 1/2/2010 4478/227 Nelody J Lee 18 Valley Heights Devonshire, DV05 Bermuda Donald Pease 1 YYY/O3 7 WHOLE 1/2/2011 4478/206 2 N Charles St Ste 600 Baltimore, MD 21201-3723 Kenneth Wiggins 1/2 YYY/08 22 EVEN 1/2/2010 4478/212 Vaierie L Wiggins 24611 Harden Avenue Southfield, MI 48075-6917 Roman L Villaiobos 1/2 Fixed Week/YYY/08 29 EVEN 1/2/2010 4478/216 4114 Lake Bluff Dr Fixed Unit Mascotte, FL 34753 Hans Schifling 1/2 ZZZ/01 29 EVEN 1/2/2010 4478/219 Ussette De Schilling Basques De Santa Elena 2 Senda Jayaqe #24-Antigua Custaclan San Salvador, El Salvador Corey R Thompson 1/2 ZZZ/04 40 EVEN 1/2/2010 4478/221 Monica Thompson 539 Reid St Roopville, GA 30170-2492 k:kforeciosurek27756.wg vacation villas hoa (nj)\\;evangelista.0222knodv2. evangelista pub.dec May 30; June 6, 2014 Book/Page Amount Of Lien 4478/217 Per Diem Amount $2,167.76 $0.66 $2,167.76 $0.66 $2,167.76 $0.66 $1,296.84 $0.40 $1,231.41 $0.38 $2,167.36 $0.66 $2,167.75 $0.66 $1,996.01 $0.66 $2,167.76 $0.66 $2,167.76 $0.66 $2,167.76 $0.66 $3,014.59 $1.03 $1,965.26 $0.63 $2,167.76 $0.66 $2,185.73 $0.66 . $2,167.76 $0.66 Ll10355