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THIS is an AW ACS. At Outgoing Year's end, President Reagan was still pressing Congress to
sell Saudi Arabia five of these super sophisticated planes as part of a huge Saudi military
package, which Israel has strongly opposed on the basis that the AW ACS would represent a
severe threat to Israeli security. The House of Representatives was already on record as re-
jecting the sale, but President Reagan remained hard at work still finding 'soft spots' among
the 50 U.S. Senators and more who had lined up with the House in saying 'no'. The Congress
had until Oct. 30 to vote their approval or disapproval. The sale of the A WACS to the Saudis,
along with Israel's bombing on June 7 of the Osirak reactor built by France for the Iraqis out-
side of Baghdad, was one of the year's major news events.
Biggest Story of the Year
Why Israel Borneed the Osmak ReactOR In lcaq I
THE DARING Israeli raid
vhich destroyed Iraq's Osirak
ir reactor on June 7 has sig-
nificantly reduced if not removed
a grave danger to Middle East
and stability posed by the
il revolutionary Iraqi
regime. The assessment that
Iraq's nuclear program was in-
ed for the production of
atomic weapons, together with
evidence of the terrorist and
aggressive nature of the Iraqi
regime, led Israel to launch a pre-
emptive strike on the French-
supplied facility.
It was the judgment of numer
ous analysts, including Sen. Alan
Cranston Hen Martin of the University of
Missouri, that the nuclear reactor
would become operational in a
wry short time a matter of
weeks or months. Iraq had made
it clear that it was intended for
use against Israel. In view of this
clear and present danger, the
Israel government "decided to
act without further delay to
insure the safety of our people."
"nly by acting before the reactor
was operational could Israel
prevent the spread of deadly ra-
diation through Baghdad.
loncern not to harm innocent
Iraqi civilians thus required
action now.
MILITARY ACTION to
remove the threat of Iraqi pro-
duction of an atomic bomb was
dictated by the inefficacy of
international agreements to
Prevent the spread of nuclear
weapons and the reckless actions
of certain European nations who,
'or the sake of Iraqi oil. turned a
blind eye to Baghdad's aggres-
sive intentions.
In 1975. France agreed to sup-
ply Iraq with nuclear reactors
andla three years' supply of
"ighly enriched, weapons-grade
uranium. France also agreed to
By Lois Gottesman
And George E. Gruen
The authors are members of the Foreign Affairs
Department of the American Jewish Committee.
train 600 Iraqi nuclear scientists
'ench technicians were sent
In exchange, Iraqagro
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to sell a guaranteed amount of oil
to France. Mounting concern in
France and on the part of the
Carter Administration that the
93 percent enriched uranium
originally scheduled for use in the
reactor could be diverted to
produce nuclear weapons
prompted the French Govern-
ment in 1979 to offer to substi-
tute a low grade uranium oxide,
called Caramel, which was suit-
able for the reactor and also met
non-proliferation requirements.
The Iraqis, however, rejected
this offer and insisted on the
supply of the weapons-grade
uranium originally specified. The
French finally agreed to supply
the enriched fuel, up to 70 to 80
kilos' worth, enough to manufac-
ture several atomic bombs.
ITALY TOO entered into
agreements with Iraq that would
help give that country the
capability to produce weapons.
In exchange for Iraqi oil and
Iraq's purchase of $2 billion
worth of warships, Italy agreed
to provide four nuclear research
installations, including a "Hot
Cell" a lead-shielded
laboratory that makes it possible
to manipulate deadly radioactive
materials. The "Hoi Cell" would
enable the Iraqis to separate plu-
tonium from spent reactor fuel,
for use in atomic bombs. Brazil,
Portugal and Somalia have con-
i to supply Iraq with
IUD Brazil has also offered
to help Iraq prospecl tor uranium
and is supplying technical
assistance.
With these facilities and sup-
plies of uranium, experts
estimated that Iraq was just a
few years away from producing a
bomb.
The absence of any commercial
nuclear power program, which
was not needed in oil-rich Iraq, as
well as Iraq's refusal to allow in-
spection of its nuclear reactor
"during the current war situa-
tion," lent credence to these
fears. With the international
community unwilling or unable
to curtail Iraq's acquisition of a
nuclear weapons capability,
Israel had no choice but to act as
it did to remove the Iraqi nuclear
threat.
The danger of nuclear prolifer-
ation is a global problem not
limited to Iraq. But there is a sig-
nificant difference for world peace
whether the possessor of nuclear
weapons is a stable democratic
country such as the United
States, on the one hand, or a
radical, military dictatorship
such as Iraq, Libya or Pakistan.
HOW DOES Iraq Threaten
Middle East Stability?
Iraq is one of the four coun-
tries identified by the U.S. State
Department as a supporter of
international terrorism.
Iraq is a radical revolutionary
regime which is dedicated to Is-
raeli's destruction.
Iraq's record of human rights
\ iolations is one of the worst in
the world.
Iraq's ambitions to dominate
the Persian Gulf and the Arab
world threaten the national
security of its neighbors.
Iraq is a Soviet ally and
client, bound by a twenty-year
treaty of friendship and coopera-
tion signed in 1972. and support-
ed by massive Soviet arms sales
and economic aid.
AS A SUPPORTER of revolu-
tionaries the world over. Iraq has
operated training camps, sup-
plied weapons and provided
financial backing to radical Pal-
estinian groups and Marxist op-
position movements. In addition.
Iraq has carried out a policy of
terror and assassination against
political rivals and enemies
abroad. In 1979 and 1980. several
Iraqi diplomats were arrested
and expelled from Western
Europe after being discovered
carrying bombs and orders to
attack Iraqi dissidents.
Iraqi diplomats have also been
involved in plots to overthrow
foreign governments. In April.
1979, for example, the Iraqi am-
bassador to Khartoum was ex-
pelled for taking part in an at-
tempt to overthrow Sudanese
President Numeiri. Iraq also re-
portedly supports various sub-
versive movements in Africa,
Asia and Latin America with
funds. arms and technical
assistance.
Because of this record, the U.S.
State Department in 1979 listed
Iraq among the main supporters
of international terrorism, along
with Libya. Syria and South
Yemen. Under existing U.S. law.
all substantial sales of goods or
technology to countries sup-
porting terrorism must have
Congressional review The Secre-
tary of State, before approving
any sale, must make a determi-
nation that the sale would not in
crease the country's military
potential or enhance its ability to
support international terrorism
Thus, Iraqi plans to purchase h\ a
Hoeing passenger aircraft for its
government-owned airline have
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P*ge*& The, Jewish Floridian Friday, September 25. 1961
Why ispael Boirraeo the Qsipak Reactcm
CoatiMcd from Page ID
so far been held up because of the
planes' potential use as troop
transports.
IRAQ IS ONE of the Arab
states most implacably hostile to
Israel. In the wake of the
American-sponsored Camp
David accords, Iraq took the lead
in the formation of the Steadfast-
ness and Confrontation Front.
Baghdad boated two conferences
in which the rejectionists moved
to suspend Egypt from the Arab
League and vowed to fight
against the Egyptian-Israeli
peace treaty.
In addition. Iraq is known for
its support of Palestinian
terrorist groups that have carried
out attacks on Israeli civilians.
The attack on the children's
home of Kibbutz Misgav Am in
April. 1990 was carried out by the
Arab Liberation Front, a
terrorist arm of the Iraqi Ba'ath
Party. Al-Thawm, the party's
official paper, published articles
in praise of the attack on Misgav
Am and declared that it had been
carried out on instructions from
Iraqi President Saddam Hussein
himself.
President Hussein has openly
called for the destruction of the
"Zionist entity" as a usurper of
the territory of Palestine and of
the other Arab territories, as
well is a threat to "the Arab
nation's future, sovereignty and I
prospects." (Radio Bagddad.
August 20. 1980) Iraq's army
has actively participated in wars
against Israel since 1948. In
1973. three Iraqi armored divi-
sions were sent to bolster Syrian
forces.
INDICATIVE OF this con-
tinuing hostility to Israel's very
existence is the fact that Iraq's
official statement on the Israeli
attack on the Osirak nucW
reactor consistently referred tab
to "the Zionist entity 2
omitted any reference T
"Israel." After the reactor
been slightly damaged during Z
IraQiTn,W.a8,Uat faU- Hu'*
assured the Iranians that the
reactor was "not intended to hi
used against Iran but against the
Zionist enemy." lAl-Thaura n,
tober4. 1980) m
The Iraqi regime is a particu
larly brutal and bloody dictator
ship President Saddam Hussein
al-Takriti. long a leading figure
Iraqi politics and since the
Ba'ath takeover in 1968 the
regime's strongman, is known u
the Butcher of Baghdad
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AND MRS. JACK ABBOTT
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JORDAN. BARRY aad MARCIA
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and FAMILY
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and FAMILY
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and FAMILY
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and FAMILY
WALTER MACKAUF aad FAMILY
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aad ARLENE BRUMMER
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Foe
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JUDY aad IRA BLITT
DIANE, STUART. JERILYN and
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ANDREW KORENVAES
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HERMAN ASNESS
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and SONS
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aad FAMILY
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L Shonah Tovah
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from
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JUDGE and MRS. HARVEY BAXTER
and Sana
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ABBA PESACH. ZEY MORDECH AI
and ELIEZOR
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A Happy New Yi
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> MRS. BERNARD BERGER
ind Sew GEORGE
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and CHILDREN
PHYLLIS. LARRY, ANDREW, BRUCE
LINDA aad AARON
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MR. end MRS. RUBIN BOTT
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MR. and MRS. WILLIAM CARMEL
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MR. and MRS. ALLAN (BARBARAi CARMEL
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DAVID and BETH
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(ANDREA) CARMEL
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RHONDA. ANDREW JORDEN and DEANNA
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New Year To Their Relatives and Friends
DR. LAWRENCE I. BRANT
aad SHIRLEY BRANT
aad CHILDREN
DANA. ROBERT, STEVE and BEN
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HAROLD CEASE
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DR. end MRS. JACK H. BRENNER
Daughter MICHELLE
Sons JEFFREY aad GREGORY
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THECHASINS
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aad FAMILY
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Dianas aad Lauri
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ad FAMILY
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and FAMILY
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and FAMILY
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Friday, September 25,1981 /The Jewish Floridian Page 3-D /
Since the overthrow of the pro-
Western Iraqi monarchy by a
military coup in 1958, there have
been at least 10 coups or at-
tempted coups, two armed rebel-
lions, and a full-scale civil war.
Saddam Hussein's rise to power
followed this Iraqi practice. Im-
mediately after taking over from
President Bakr in July, 1979,
Hussein purged and summarily
executed 21 high government and
Ba'ath party officials.
This was followed by a wide-
spread purge of Ba'ath Party
members and the armed forces,
resulting in further arrests and
executions. Amnesty Interna-
tional reports that "114 people
(were) executed between May,
1979 and April. 1980 (over and
above the officially reported exe-
cutiona). These include Kurds
charged with political or military
involvement in the Kurdish
resistance, members of the armed
forces charged with anti-
Ba'athist political activity and
those suspected of membership in
or affiliation with the Shi'ite
Muslim opposition group Al-
Da'awa."
Saddam Hussein is particular-
ly vulnerable because, as a mem-
ber of the Sunni Arab minority of
Iraq, he governs a country with a
majority of Shi'ites and a large,
active Kurdish minority. Both
these groups have been singled
out for special repressive
measures. In 1979 and 1960, Sad-
dam Hussein expelled some
60,000 Iraqi Shi'ites of Iranian
origin. The spiritual leader of the
Shi'ites, Imam Bakr al-Sadr, has
"disappeared" and is believed to
have been executed.
SADDAM HUSSEIN'S brutal
violation of the human rights of
minorities is not a new phenome-
non. Already in 1969, as head of
the secret police, he w w largely
responsible for the public
hangings of 11 Jews and 45 Mus-
lim and Christian civilians on
trumped-up charges.
By virtue of its strategic posi-
tion and oil wealth, Iraq has long
aspired to hegemony in the Gulf
area and leadership of the Arab
world. Iraq now possesses the
strongest army in the Gulf
egion. Iraq's attack on Iran, in
violation of the 1975 agreement
>etween the two, was launched to
gain control of the Shatt al-Arab
waterway which lies at the head
of the Persian Gulf. The long-
standing Iraqi claims for sover-
eignty over all of Kuwait, and
portions of Bahrain and the Gulf
sheikhdoms, backed by Iraq's
willingness to use force, have en-
dangered stability in this vital
region.
Hussein's blatant disregard of
treaty obligations and the United
Nations Charter obligation to
peaceful settlement of disputes is
typified by his recent justifica-
tion for attacking Iran to regain
territory formally ceded in the
Continued on Page 4-D
MR. BEN CUTLER
and Son PHILIP
New Year Greetings To All Our Friends
DR. and MRS. MAXWELL DAUER
MR. and MRS. ROGER A. DAUER
EDWARD A. DAUER, M.D.
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(Commissioner Mildred S. Falk
City of Miami Beach)
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ROBERTA FOX
and HUSBAND
MIKE GOLD
Extend To The Entire Jewish Community
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Happy New Year
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CITY OF MIAMI COMMISSIONER
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197S treaty: "Rights that cannot
be obtained by peace can be ob->
lained by the gun." ("Saddam
Hussein Addresses the Nineveh
Masses." FBIS. March 30. 1961.
cited by Daria Fane in "Osiris,
God of the Underworld,
Resurfaces in Iraq: A Case Study
in Nuclear Proliferation," un-
published Columbia University
Graduate Seminar Paper, May
1961.)
IRAQ SINCE 1972 has been
an ally and military client of the
Soviet Union. Iraq is still
dependent on Moscow for 90 per
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cent of its military hardware,
notwithstanding all its recent
attempts at diversification.
Among Iraq's trading partners
the Soviet Union ranks sixth, and
in exchange for Iraqi oil Moscow
provides technological expertise
and investment capital for Iraq's
development plans. In return
Iraq has granted port services to
the Soviet fleet at its naval base
at Umm Qasr. as well as
diplomatic support for Soviet
foreign policy, such as the Soviet
invasion of Afghanistan.
Iraq's military dependence on
the Soviet Union continues
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despite the billions spent r^*011?
on arms purchases in the West,
and despite the outbreak of war
with Iran. Soviet spare parts and
ammunition have continued to
find their way to Iraq from
Eastern European satellites such
as Bulgaria and Romania as well
as from Soviet stockpiles in
Libya and South Yemen. Some
6.000 Soviet military advisers are
currently stationed in Iraq, and
top Iraqi government officials
still visit and consult with Mos-
cow regularly.
Given the nature of the Iraqi
regime and its links with the So-
viet Union and international
terrorism, R seems strange that
the West should want closer ts
with Iraq. But Iraq can offer two
things that Western Europe
urgently needs: oil and markets.
Since the fall of the Shah (and be-
fore the current war with Iran
crippled both countries
production) Iraq became the
world's second largest oil ex-
porter, after Saudi Arabia. Oil
provides more than half of Iraq s
gross national product (GNP).
and an income of 130 bOhon.
year. Cash reserves amount '
about *35 billion. The Bagniy I
regime needs to import foodscS
for Iraq's 13 million peoplTj
well as manufactured goods J!|
high technology products far?
development plans. Iraq has tk
become a major focus i
Western business. Iraq's njJ
trading partners include Frn
Italy. West Germany, the Uniw
States (in fourth place) *J
Brazil. Western business.
account for billions in Iraqi cot- i
BARTON S. GOLDBERG
and FAMILY
Best Wishes
for
A Happy and Healthy New Year
MR. and MRS. MAX GOLDSTEIN
and FAMILY
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Very Happy New Year
MICHAEL and NANCI GOLDSTEIN
and FAMILY
New Year's Greetings
MR. and MRS. ELEAZER L. GREENSTEIN
and FAMILY
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A Very Happy New Year
MR. and MRS. JOHN GUTERMAN
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
MR. and MRS. JERRY ISAN
and FAMILY
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A Very Happy New Year
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A Very Happy and Prosperous New Year
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AND JONATHAN
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and FAMILY
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A Very Happy and Prosperous
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oc
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Happy New Year Holiday
To All
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A Very Happy New Year
4...
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and FAMILY
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A Very Happy New Year
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JERET
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A Very Happy New Year
BRUCEA.JULIEN, M.D
ARTHUR J. SCHATZ. M.D.
New Year Greetings To All
DRS. JOSEPH and JOAN HARRIS
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HARRY and JEAN HARRISON
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Best Wishes For
A Happy Rosh Hashanah
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and FAMILY
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A Very Happy New Year
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and DAVID KAFENHAUS
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A Happy New Year
THE
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A Very Happy New Year
IRENE and NATHERA
JASON and SERENA
OF RAND ACCOUNTING
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New Years Greetings to All
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and CHILDREN
JILL and MARTIN HERSHBIEN and BRAD
GRANDCHILDREN
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MARC, MICHAEL and DANIEL
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MRS. LINDA BRICKMAN
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MR. and MRS. EDWIN GINSBERG
LYNN, SUSAN and DONALD
MR. and MRS. STANLEY M KAPLAN
KATY LEE and JONATHAN
A Happv New Year To All_______
MR. and MRS. MURRAY KAYE
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
MR. and MRS. PETER HORNIK
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
MR. and MRS. LOUIS HYMSON
SHERYL. STUART and SUAN
Wiah All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
L'ShanaTova
from
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and FAMILY
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and FAMILY
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A Very Happy New Year
MR. and MRS. WILLIAM KESSELMAN
and CHILDREN
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A Happy and Prosperous New Year
IN HONOR OF OUR GRANDCHILDREN
STEVEN, BARBARA. HEIDI. BEBE ARW
NANCY and GREAT GRANDCHILDREN
ALERIC and GLEN
SAMUEL KLEINMAN
__________Happy New Year To All
NATHAN KOLIN
Wishes His Relatives and Friends
In Miami Beach and Israel
A Very Happy New Year
v.v.\'jez


mercial purchases, and soon will
be competing for contracts to re-
build the oil facilities and
economic infrastructure damaged
in the wax with Iran.
WHILE IRAQ presented the
most immediate danger, there are
other countries pushing ahead to
acquire a nuclear capability that
could prove equally dangerous.
Libyan leader Muammar Qaddafi
has for years been seeking his
own nuclear capability, even at
one time offering to buy an
atomic bomb ready-made from
China. Unable to acquire one of
his own, Qaddafi has been
helping Pakistan with funds and
supplies to develop its own
nuclear program. (Libya's incur-
sion into Chad has given Qaddafi
access to sizable deposits or ura-
Friday, September 25,1981 / The Jewish Floridian Page5-D
COL. QADDAFI: for years, in search of his own nuclear
capability
nium, which could be transferred
to Pakistan.)
In a speech to the American
Jewish Committee on May 16,
1981, Sen. Cranston declared:
"I believe it makes a very real
difference who has the bomb and
how many nations are existing on
a nuclear hair-trigger. And it is
men like Saddam Hussein of Iraq
who routinely employs terror-
ism as an instrument of state-
' craft and General Zia of Paki-
stan who chairs the anti-Israel
Moslem Conference and whose
nation has thrice gone to war
with neighboring India in the
past 30 years who I believe we
should do all in our power to
prevent from (retting a nuclear
Continued on Page 6-D
DR. and MRS. HERMAN KORENVAES
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
MRS. JACOB KOTLER
and FAMILY
A Very Happy New Year
To All Our Friends
THE KRAMERS
Harvey and Ann
Gordon, Sally, Joshua and David
Wish All Their Friends
A Happy New Year
MR. and MRS. RAFAEL KRAVEC
and CHILDREN
,AUL. ROSALIND, DEBORAH and BRENDA
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A Very Happy New Year
DR. and MRS. GARY KREITMAN
and FAMILY
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A Very Happy New Year
MR. and MRS. GEORGE KRONENGOLD
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A Very Happy New Year
|MR. and MRS. KENNETH G. KRONOWITZ
DEBBIE, STEVE and TRACY
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A Very Happy New Year
DR. MAXM. KULVIN
and FAMILY
New Year Greetings To All
DR. and MRS. MILES E. KUTTLER
and FAMILY
Wish AU Their Friends
A Happy and Healthy New Year
CYNTHIA and NORMAN LAWRENCE
and Sona, Jeffrey, Eric, Adam
and Howard Rosenberg
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A Very Happy New Year
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and FAMILY
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A Very Happy New Year
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and FAMILY
Wish Their Friends a Happy New Year
MR. and MRS. AL LEIBERT
and FAMILY
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MR. and MRS. BENJAMIN LEIGH
AND FAMILY
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A Very Happy New Year
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A Very Happy New Year
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and Son, IRA
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A Happy and Healthy New Year
CAROLYN and HARRY LEVY
Wish Everyone A Very Happy New Year
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and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
MR. SOL MEG DELL
Wishes All His Friends
A Very Happy New Year
MRS. EM ANUEL MENTZ
Wishes Her Many Friends and Neighbors
A Very Happy and Healthy New Year
FRANCES MILLER
Extends Holiday Greetings To Everyone
Especially to Itzik and Ronnie Britton
who are here from Israel
PAULA, JOEL, ROBIN and ADAM
LEVY
Happy New Year To All
MRS. SAMUEL LIPTON
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
PETER M. LOPEZ
A Happy New Year To All
PHYLLIS and DAVID MILLER
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A Very Happy New Year
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DANNY, ROBBIE, KENNY,
SUZY and PAMMY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
LShanaTova
from
ALAN and YON AT AN MINTZ
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and FAMILY
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Very Happy New Year
MR. and MRS. WALLACE N. MAER
and FAMILY
and G. MIRIAM MAER, ESQ.
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Very Happy New Year
New Year Greetings
from
MR. and MRS. JOSEPH W. MALEK
ADAM and ROBYN
DR. and MRS. IRWIN H. MAKOVSKY
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
GWEN MARGOLIS
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Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
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and FAMILY
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A Very Happy New Year
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A Very Happy and Healthy New Year
GREETINGS
TED NELSON
and FAMILY
Bay Harbor Islands
Florida
MR. and MRS. OSCAR NEUMANN
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Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
SANDI and ALLAN NIRENBERG
JODI
STEVE and LISA
BRUCE and J AN IS
Granddaughters DAWN and AMY
Wish All Their Friends a Very Happy New Year
MR. and MRS. HARRY NISSEL
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Relatives and Friends
A Very Happy and Healthy New Year


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The Jewish Floridian / FViday, September 25, 1961 1
isRael 6omB6 OsiRak
Why
Continued from Page 5-D
capability. The same goes for Col.
Qaddafi of Libya, who seeks a
nuclear capability to back his
hostility towards Sadat of Egypt
and the nation of Israel."
The best way to avert this
threat would be to focus interna-
tional efforts on limiting the
spread of nuclear technology and
fuel and enacting effective safe-
guards against the misuse of
such technology.
Israel has supported UN ef-
forts to prevent nuclear prolifera-
tion. It ratified the Partial Test
Ban Treaty in January, 1954 and
the treaty banning nuclear
weapons in outer space in Febru-1
ary. 1977. Israel voted for UN
General Assembly resolution
2373 on June 10, 1968, endorsing
the text of the-Non-Proliferation
Treaty (NPT).
ISRAEL HAS not adhered to
the treaty because two basic con-
ditions have not been met by its
neighbors. The first is the
requirement in the preamble of
the NPT that aU states abide by
the UN Charter requirements to
live in peace with other member
states and refrain from threaten-
ing them. Yet moat Arab states,
with the notable exception of
Egypt, still consider themselves
in a state of war with Israel.
Thus, when Syria Rifled the*
NPT on September U,.1969 it.
included a reservation that ac
Stance of the treaty/shall*[j
way signify recognition of Israel
or entail entry into relations with
Israel thereunder." On Septem
ber 18 1972 when Iraq signed a
treaty prohibiting nuclear weap-
ons on the seabed it included a
similar anti-Israeli reservation.
The second major problem is
the ineffectiveness of the
International Atomic Energy
Agency (IAEA) to deal with de-
termined efforts to evade and
violate the treaty. The Stockholm
International Peace Research In-
stitute (SIPRII in a publication
prepared for the Second Review
Conference of the Non-
Proliferation Treaty in Geneva in
August-September 1960 warned
that new and advanced tech
oologies will outpace the safe-
guards systems needed to control
them." The SIPRI report also
notes that since nuclear materials
were being stored under national
control in non-nuclear weapons
states, this "would make it im
possible to rely on IAEA safe-
guards to detect its diversion to
weapon production." An IAEA
report, submitted to the UN last
year, noted that more countries
were acquiring "unsafeguarded
enrichment capacitv.''
In his speech to the UN Gener-
al Assembly on September 29.
1980 Israeli Foreign Minister
Yitzhak Shamir reiterated

DR. and MRS. SOL NUSSBAUM
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Happy and Prosperous
New Year
MR. and MRS. FRED OBER
and HEIDI LEE
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A Happy and Prosperous New Year
MRS. EDWIN B. OPPENHEIM
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A Very Happy and Prosperous New Year
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and FAMILY
Wish AU Their Friends
A Veiy Happy New Year
MR. and MRS. LOUIS PILZER
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A Very Happy New Year
LEO AND VERA PLOTKIN
and Daughter AMY
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A Happy and Prosperous New Year
MRS. DAVID POST
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New Year Greetings
MRS. JACK P ALLOT
MR. and MRS. RICHARD J. HORWICH
Mitchell and Sherry. Francine and Ronald
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MR. and MRS.
SAMUEL PASCOE
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A Very Happy New Year
MR. and MRS. LAWRENCE PATTERSON
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ROBBIE and SABRINA
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Happy New Year
PHIL, RANDY, JEFFREY and GARY
PAUL
Wish AU Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
MR. and MRS. HOWARD N. PELZNER
and FAMILY
Wish AU Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
DR. and MRS.
MARSHALL A. PEPPER
and Family
Extend Best Wishes For A Happy New Year
To AU Their Friends and Relatives
MR. and MRS. LESTER J. PERLE
and Family
Wish AU Their Friends A Happy New Year
MR. and MRS. EARL PERTNOY
and FAMILY
Wish AU Their Friends
A Very Happy New Y<
MICHAEL aad MARY ELLEN PEYTON
and Son MICHAEL JOHN
Wish AU Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
-T "
P.D.C. COMMANDER and MRS.
SIDNEY POTLOCK
Happy New Year Greetings
To AU Their Friends
MR. ROBERT P. RAPCHIK
and
DAUGHTER MICHELLE
Wish AU Their Friends
A Happy and Healthy New Year
MRS. SAMRAUCH
and FAMILY
Wish AU Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
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and FAMILY
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A Very Happy New Year
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A Very Happy New Year
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A Very Happy New Year
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and FAMILY
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A Very Happy New Year
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A Very Happy New Year
MR. and MRS. ISIDOR ROSA
and FAMILY
Wish AU Their Friends A Happy New Year
BOB. GLORIA. RENEE SHARI,
and TODD ALAN ROSEN
of 9242 SW 78th Place
Pepperwood. Miami
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Happy and Healthy New Year
MR. and MRS. ALBERT ROSENBERG
and FAMILY
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Very Happy New Year
MR. and MRS. LESTER M. ROSENBERG
and FAMILY
Wish A11 Their Friends
A Vew Haonv N*w Yr
DR
and MRS. MORTON ROSENBLUTH
and FAMILY
Wish AU Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
MR. and MRS. ALBERT ROSENFELD
and FAMILY
Wish AII Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
DR. and MRS. HYMAN ROSENKRANZ
DR. and MRS. BRUCE ROSENKRANZ
and FAMILY
and the ENTIRE STAFF
Wish You AU A Happy. Healthy New Year
Happy New Year
To AU Our Family and Friends
THE ROSS FAMILY
BARRY. ELAINE. SHERI and MARC
MR. and MRS. SAM SACKS
and FAMILY
Wish AII Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
DR. and MRS. WALTER G. SALL
and FAMILY
A Happy New Year Wish
To AU Their Friends
MR. and MRS. NORMAN SANDMAN
and FAMILY
A Very Happy New Year
To A11 Our Friends
MR. and MRS. WILLIAM SANES
and FAMILY
Wish AU Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
MR. and MRS. NATHAN SARA
and Children
Serena Esther aad Janon Joel
Wish AU their Friends A Happy New Year
DR. and MRS. MELVYN SARNOW
AMY and ANDY
Wish AU Their Friends
A Very Happv New Year
MR. and MRS. LAWRENCE SCHANTZ
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
\f


Friday. September 25, 1981 / The Jewish Floridian Page 7-D
y()REIGNMINISTER SHAMIR: we wont be the first
Middle East into a nuclear
weapon-free zone along the model
developed for Latin America:
"Israel believes that an inter-
national conference of all the
States in the region and adjacent
to our region should be held
leading to the conclusion of a
formal, contractual, multilateral
Convention between all States of
the region ... In the meantime I
should like to reiterate my Gov-
ernment's position, which is that
Israel will not be the first to in-
troduce nuclear weapons into the
Arab-Israel dispute."
\^ might have been expected.
Israel's constructive proposal
was rejected by the Arab states.
The continuing threat of nuclear
proliferation underscores the
Israel has not adhered to the treaty because two basic con-
ditions have not been met by its neighbors. The first is the
requirement in the preamble of the NPT that all states abide by
the UN Charter requirements to live in peace with other mem-
ber states and refrain from threatening them The second
major problem is the ineffectiveness of the International
Atomic Energy Agency to deal with determined efforts to
evade and violate the treaty.
need for the United States to
press forward with its efforts to
promote the Camp David peace
process and to oppose those who
foster terrorism and aggression.
Only when the Arab states finally
accept Israel as a neighbor
among them will it be possible to
harness the awesome power of
the atom for peace.
MR. and MRS. HOWARD SCHARLIN
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Relatives and Friends
A Very Happy and Prosperous New Year
MR. and MRS PHILLIP BCHIFP
of 9130 SW 78th Court. Miami
JUDI. RICHARD, ERIN and NOAH
PAWLIOER
LORI and JIM SCHIFF and ERICA
\ Happy New Year ______
MR.and MRS LEONARDE. SCHWALB
and PAMILY
h All Tl
\ \ New "i i
MR. and MRS. CHARLES SIMON
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
REBEL SOLLOWAY
and
BENES and ALAN GLACKMAN
Wish AH Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
III E ALBERT SOLO FA MIIV
wv Relatives and Friends
\ Verj Hapj N'
.
MR and MRS i
. and I
DR. and MRS. RODNEY L. TEICHNER
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
MR. and MRS.
JAYM.T1SCHENKEL
and Family
Wish All Their Friends
A Happy New Year


Happy New Year Greetings
and Peace For All
JUDGE and MRS DAVID L 1KASK
MR and MRS. DAVID PHI1
and FAMILY


MR.and MRS JOSH SIRKIN
and FAMILY
w ish All Their Friends
\ Verj Happj New V ear
MR MILTON SIRKIN
Wishes All His Friends
A Very Happy New Year
MR. and MRS. BEN SHAPIRO
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Happy New Year
DR. and MRS. BERT SHAPIRO
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
MR. and MRS. ROBERT I. SHAPIRO
and CHILDREN
DANIEL. JONATHAN and ADAM
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year________
MR. and MRS. ISAAC SILBERBERG
and FAMILY
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A Very Happy New Year
MR. and MRS. MORTON SILBERM AN
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
\ Very 11
MR. and MRS BENJAMIN SPECTOR
and FAMILY
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Very Happy New Year
MR. and MRS. JACOB STEFIN
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
MR. and MRS. IRVIN STEINBERG
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Relatives and Friends
A Very Happy New Year
DR and MRS. JEROME SUMMERS
and CHILDREN
VICKIE and LESLIE
Wish Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
MR. and MRS. JOSEPH SURES
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
SANDY and BETTY SUSMAN
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
MR and MRS. EDWARD SWERDLIN
and FAMILY
Wish Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year



MR andMRS.SAMl ELTRAURIG
and FAMILY
\\ ish All Their Friends
\ Very Ha] w Year
MR. and MRS. JEROME UFFNER
and FAMILY
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Very Happy and Prosperous New Year
MR. and MRS. HAROLD C. UHR
and Family
Wish All Their Friends
A Happy New Year
DR and MRS. HUGH UNGER
JEFFREY. ADRIANNE and RICHARD
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
HAROLD and ALICE VINIK
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
JOEL and SYLVIA VOGEL
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Relatives and Friends
A Very Happy New Year
COMMISSIONER
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ONE HAS to be frank: dipUv
matically this has not been a
bumper year for Israel. The steps
which have had to be taken in de-
fense of Israel's security have not
been well received by govern-
ments or public opinion else-
where. Even friendly foreigners
have been outspoken in their
criticism, and sometimes con-
demnation, of what has seemed
to them to be lack of sensitivity
or excessive harshness on Israel's
part.
Israel has found itself faced
with the agonizing choice be-
tween safeguarding its security
and currying favor abroad.
Clearly the former has had to
take precedence over the latter.'
The result has been a decline in
Israel's "popularity," as recorded
these days by the pollsters.
Jewish leaders throughout the
world, however, usually under-
stood the perils which weigh on
Israel and the inescapability of
its preventive strikes.
In one instance, the destruc-
tion of Iraq's atomic reactor,
world opinion, on second
thoughts, has begun to grasp
that Israel may have rendered a
service to all. It has shown up the
inadequacy, even hypocrisy, of
most measures taken interna-
tionally up to now to ensure the
non-proliferation of nuclear arms.
However much Israel's action
may have been officially
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"deplored," it has brought about
some general recognition that
people must take more seriously
this threat to humanity's very
existence.
ON THE DEBIT side there
MR. EUGENE J. WEISS
and Family
of 3 Island Avenue
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
MR. and MRS. NATHAN WEISS
and Family
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
MR. and MRS. SIGMUND ZILBER
and Son MARTIN
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A Very Happy New Year
DR. and MRS. LAWRENCE A. WESTON
and Their Children
PATRICIA WESTON
MR. and MRS. DAVID (Meryl) SCHOENFIELD*
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Prosperous New Year
To Their Relatives and All Their Friends
MR. and MRS. LEONARD ZILBERT
nd Family
MR. and MRS. MURRAY RUBIN
and Family
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A Very Happy New Year
Happy New Year To All
MR. and MRS. STANLEY C. MYERS
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A Very Happy and Prosperous New Year
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and Family
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and Children
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A Very Happy and Prosperous
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DR. PAULGUTLOHN
DR. LEONARD ZIMMERMAN
DR. MARK A.ZAGER
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A Very Happy New Year
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Happy New Year
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Friday, September 25,1981 / The Jewish Floridian Page 9-D
/
has also been the Knesset's "Je-
rusalem Law" which led to the
transfer of all foreign embassies
from Israel's capital to Tel Aviv.
This consequence, lamentable as
it was, had not been foreseen. It
would be disingenuous to gloss
over the setback this has repre-
sented in the diplomatic sphere.
One day Jerusalem is bound to
house all the embassies, even
those which never were there be-
fore, but it seems clear now that
this will not be for many years.
After the bad news, the good.
The process of "normalization"
in Israel's relations with Egypt
has proceeded smoothly, even if
not always as fast as many may
have hoped. Every provision of
the 1979 peace treaty has been
carried out with scrupulous at-
tention by both sides. A difficult
moment, however, lies ahead.
Israel has undertaken to
evacuate the rest of Sinai by
April 25, 1982: this means with-
drawing not only the army but
also the civilian populations of
Sharm el-Sheikh (Ophira) and
Rafiah salient, including Yamit.
This for Israelis, has from the
first been the least acceptable
Continued on Page 10-D
Leaanese Ceasefire: pop how long?
Edgar Bronfman (center), president of the World Jew-
ish Congress, meets with Maj. Sa 'ad Haddad, (right)
leader of the Christian phaiangist forces in Lebanon.
'Haddadiand,' as his Palestinian opponents call his
force, is supplied and trained by Israel, which sees a
major threat in Syria's growing takeover of Lebanon.
The current ceasefire, arranged by the U.S., conceals
only slightly a renewed PLO buildup of men and war
materiel on Israel's northern border.
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part of the peace settlement, so
much so that it would be close to
miraculous if next year's early
spring passed off without some
domestic upheaval. "Yamit" has
become a war-cry and a symbol,
specially for those who suspect
that Egypt's whole attitude may
change once all Sinai is back in
its hands.
ISRAEL HAS PLACED great
hopes in President Ronald
Reagan and the new U.S. Admin-
istration. For all his predeces-
sor's historic role in achieving the
Camp Daivd "frameworks,'
Israel had never felt too comfor-
a vaunted "strategic asset" to
the free world, it seemed likely
that Israel would be more posi-
tively assessed by a President
who had a more realistic, down-
to-earth approach to the Soviet
menace. If July's fighting
against the PLO in Lebanon, and
specially the bombing of Beirut,
imposed strains on Israel-U.S.
relations, with the supended
delivery of vital American air-
craft this is probably a passing
phase, though likely to leave
some more lasting scars.
The U.S.. under President
Reagan, has more than ever be-
fore seen Saudi Arabia as an
Temple Emanu-El
of Greater Miami
7
essential partner in defending the
Middle East against Soviet ag-
gression.
On the one hand. Saudi Arabia
has played a leading part in
declaring all-Moslem "Tioly war"
against Israel, which naturally
views this more seriously than
the U.S.. yet on the other its anti-
Soviet credentials appear, for the
moment, impeccable. By and
large, while not seeking to under-
mine further U.S.-Saudi rap-
prochement. Israel eyes the
process with scepticism and no
small degree of apprehension.
THE MORE EAGERLY
Europe, as organized in the EEC
(European Economic Com-
munity!, has been striving to
play a political role in world
affairs, the less firm has been
Israel's trust in its motives. Eu-
r
rope's "initiative" of lggn
formulated in ten points of which
nine favored the Arabs, has lain
somewhat in abeyance, but the
impulse which produced it is still
there. In particular, the
Europeans are working for a
dialogue with the PLO and for
satisfaction of its demands. Since
the PLO has never retreated one
inch from its unbending hostility
towards Israel, whose utter de-
struction is its only aim
European softness on this score
is unacceptable and will continue
to be implacably fought.
At the same time, there is more
than a suspicion that the EEC's
policy may have its effect on the
U.S.. which has been longing for
some kind of accommodation
with the PLO. The PLO has al
ways tended to look more im-
pressive to the world outside
Dr. Irving Lehman. Rabbi
Samuel Friedland Carol Greenberg
Chairman of the Board President
A Joyous > Yomr to All
The Sisterhood The Men s Club The P T.A.
Tm
And AUAffiliated Youth Groups
v:v.m ins
Young Israel of
Greater Miami
990NE lTUiS, North Miami Beach
for Orthodox Judaism
Meaningful New ^
reater Miami
Leff, Ral
lr< rl.Preskfc
American Mizrachi
Women
Pioneer Women
Council of
South Florida
AND ITS CHAPTERS
VIII) QOLOA MEIR
AVIVA HIRISETIKVAH
BEBAIDELSON ILANA
CHAI KADIMAH
CLUB] KINNERET
CLUB II MASADA
COR VLGABLES MIR \MAR
DIMON \ BET S VBRA
111 \l SHALOM
SHARON
The Greater Miami
Jewish Cemetery Assoc
Mt. Sinai Memorial
Park Cemetery
1125 \\V 137 Street, Miami. Fla.
& Jewish Section of
Woodlawn Park Cemetery
3260 SW 8 Street, Miami. Fla.
Hyman Chabner
President
Fredric Rosenthal
1st V.P.
Sr/fMt/t. \,,r. &eai tflssfliyi
A Rabbi will be available
for private services
each Sunday for the month of
Elul preceding the
High Holy Holidays
Beth Kodesh
Congregation
Rabbi M
Sisterhood and Men's Club
k Shapiro Cantor Leon Segal
Extend To AHA Happy New Year
1101 SW 12th Avenue Mismi
The Israelite Center
Temple
3175 SW 26th Street
The Rabbi, Cantor, Officers and Members
Extend Their Greetings
To All Their Members and Friends
For A Happy New Year
Chester Letter. President
Albert Zismsn, Chairman of the Board
Membership Inquiries Invited
Temple Beth Sholom
I>H I K<;.\ KRONISH
H \KK> JOLT. Auxiliarj Rabbi
DAVID CON\ ISER.( antor
HAROLD B. VINIK. President
EXPRESSES HOPE FOB PEACE
FOR Ol B PEOPLE F\ Kin \\ HERE
A Happy Sen Year To All
Temple Beth Moshe
2225 NE 121 St.. N. Miami. Fla. 33181
Loum M Lederman MoHne treiaitr
Rabbi ,. .
I antor
Joseph A Corfinkel. Ph.D.
Rabbi Emeritus
Klliot Bsssms ,rvinK Jmret
President
Executive Director
National Council
Of Jewish Women
GREATER MIAMI SECTION
Extends Best Wishes for
A Happy and Healthy New Year
Temple Sinai
1201 Johnson Street. Hollywood
iwtSh.FriedlMn- R*bbi Robert Un"- C-ntor
Kabbi Emeritus ..
i oi. m ~v. ^resident
L Snana Tova Tikavu
May the New Year be a bountiful one and brina
a fuU measure of happiness to our members and
the entire Jewish community
TEMPLE NERTAM1D
SISTERHOOD
Mrs. Cariton /Mildred) Rlake. President

Miami Chapter
American
Jewish Committee
King, President
William itheaat Regional Director
LorrieT Blank Vssistant Area Directoi
tLi*'0
Hadassah
Extends /,. The Entire Jewish Commumit)
Best Withes for a Happy Net Year to ell
IMF MIAMI REGION
Mrs Jules Minkes. President
IMF \11\MI BEACH REGION
Mrs Joseph Kestenbaum
May the imi ail* of lost years nourish wisdom for
thi* IMS. and aspirations.
BeaasIB Hsaastat, Rabbi
Temple Judea
OfToral (iablea
A Reform Congregation
5SOO Granada RUd. pA .....
President Phone t
BARRY I m-vi.-u Cantonal Soloist
1 SB LAUREL N. SWEHDIN
Executive Director
p., _, '-EEJUHELIRER
RAYBKRMAN^ NJ-2 Sch1 D<*
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Our warmest greetings to all our Friends
May the \ew Year bnng peace throughout the world
American Friends of
The Hebrew University
Ottostieber Dowld E. Lefton
t hairman. state of Florida President. Or. Miami Chapter
Stanley Rosenberg Florence D Feldman
uirecior.Sh Kegicn Director. Women's Division



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Friday, September 25,1981 / The Jewish Floridian Page 11-D
President Reagan and Prime Minister Begin meet in Washington at the
end of the Outgoing Year to discuss, among other items, a new U S
Israel 'strategic arrangement'
than it does in the Middle East.
Arab states may have few
illusions about it, but Europeans
and others further afield certainly
have.
For all the fading of Israel's
image in Europe politically,
economic relations with the EEC
have been strengthened. The
main danger in this field lies in
the future acceptance of Spain as
an EEC member. This could spell
ruin for Israel's main agricultural
export, its citrus crop.
THERE IS LITTLE console
tion in the fact that other coun-
tries, notably Tunisia and
Morocco, would suffer similarly,
but at least, for once, Israel and
some Arab states would find
themselves on the same side of
the barricade.
Israel has had to wage an up-
hill struggle diplomatically from
the very start. If this hill this
year has seemed steeper and
rockier than ever, this simply
means we shall have to struggle
harder to get tc the top. Strong in
its knowledge of the support of
Jews everywhere, Israel will be
pursuing its ascent undaunted
despite all the obstacles in its
way. If the obstacles cannot be
removed, at least they can be.,
surmounted and all Israelis
are determined that they shall be.
The
abbi Alexander S. Gross
Hebrew Academy
Announces
New and Exciting After-School Program
eginning October 26, 4:00-5:30 P.M.
For Children Of All Ages
nin,c Magic Karate
iic Dancing Folk Dancing
Hebrew Songs Guitar
Modern Dance
Classes Conducted by Miami Dade
Community College Instructors
Registration Open
r132 Per
I Week Session
Until October 5th
2400 Pine Tree Drive
Miami Beach. Florida 33140
532-6421
Hon. Hirsh Schpoont
ties a Happy and Peaceful Year
II men of good will and best wishes
he following organizations
1st Organization of America,
ph National Fund,
Lodge B'naiB'rith.
[ssah Associates.
Issah Associates,
fh War Veterans.
I Jewish Appeal.
1 Way.
)nal Council of Jewish Women.
pw Academy
in County Club of New Jersey in Florida.
Plaza Social Club.
|>e Social Service Commission
Imi Beach.
Beth Torah
Congregation
1061 N Miami Beach Blvd.
North Miami Beach, Fla.
Dr. Max A. Upschitx, Rabbi
Marshall P. Baltuch. President
L'Shana Tota Tikatevu
From the Officers. Directors and Membership
I Z/empie i&oh
* CARING CONSERVATIVE CONGREGATION
Wishes Our People Everywhere
A Healthy Happy A Peaceful'New Year
an N. Shapiro. Rabbi Joseph S. Zipper. President
I Dickson. Cantor Dorothy H. Grant. Exec. Dir.
L'SHANA TOVA
>I LIE KAHANER SISTERHOOD
IETH TORAH CONGREGATION
liami Beach Blvd. North Miami Beach
rs. Robert (Ellen) Weiner, President
New Fear's Greetings from
Temple Solel
(LIBERAL REFORM)
5100 Sheridan St Hollywood 9890205
Robert P. Frazin, Rabbi
Michael Kyrr, Cantor
Yiddish Culture
Winkle
Happy New Year
Menashe Feldstein. President
Sarah Kaufman, Vice President
Shevs Berland, Financial Secretary
Eli Altman. Recording Secretary
Temple Samu-El
9353 SW 152nd Ave.. Miami
"A Conservative Synagogue
Serving South Dade"
Edwin Farber, Rabbi
Dr. Stephen M. Fain, President
Addie Unterlack, Sisterhood President
Arthur Goldman, Men's Club President
Hap,iy New Year
To the Entire Jewish Community
HEBREW EDUCATORS ALLIANCE
OF GREATER MIAMI
Extends Best Wishes to All Jewish Educators, to the
Leaders and Directors of the Central Agency for Jewish
Education, to the Jewish Federation of Greater Miami and
to the Entire Jewish Community
A Happy and Healthy New Year
Mrs. Julius Snkenik, President
Rabbi Shimon Axulay, Honorary President
Mrs. Jack Diamond, 1st Vice President
Shula Ben David. 2nd Vice President
Michael Aahbal, Secretary
TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN
1025 NE Miami Gardena Drive 947-1436
Rabbi Simcha Freedman Cantor Ian Alpern
CongnaatlOa PraaMient. Morrti N .tail
SuUrhood Praaidant. Trudy
Man's Club PwaMaat, Robert Young
Chairman of Uw Board. Mai Haaan
EcacuUn Diracior Norman S. Pollack
Educational Dirartor Norman J Flachar
Early Childhood Director Joan Barfman
Happy New Year To All
*bbi Alexander S. Gross Hebrew
Academy of Greater Miami
is a Happy and Healthy New Year
ISouth Florida Jewish Community
Young Israel of Sky Lake
1850 NE 183 St. N. Miami Beach. Fla 9453712
Mel Grabina. President Rabbi Dov Bidnick
He Wish The Entire Community A K Siva V'Chasima Tova
Zamora
Coral Gables
44 Zamora
nly Conservative Synagogue
Coral Gables
RabbiDr. Akiva Brilliant
CantorLouis Hershman
President Florence Boss
New Year Greetings
To The Entire Community
Temple Israel
of Miramar
Happy New Year To Members and Friends
Paul Plot kin. Rabbi
Joseph Wichelewski, Cantor
Jack Shurack, President
The Frank D. Kreutzer Family
Frank Judy Renee and Jay
Wish AU Members of
The South East Region of the
United Synagogue of America /Conservative!
And All Members of Temple lion
A Happy and Healthy New Year
THE BETH DAVID CONGREGATION
Miami, Florida
Celebrating Our 70th Year
Extends Best Wishes For
A Happy, Healthy and Peaceful New Year
To Its Members and to The Entire Jewish Community
RAMAT SHALOM
The Reconstructionist Synagogue
7473 Northwest 4th Street
Plantation. Florida 583-7770
A Happy and Healthy New Year
HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTER
(BETH TEFILAH)
416 NE 8th Ave. Hallandale. FU. 33009
Rabbi, Dr. Carl Klein Cantor, Jacob Danziger
Myer A. PriUker. President
Holiday Greetings From
Temple Beth Am
RABBI HERBERT M. BAUMG ARD. DHL.. D.D.
RABBI MORTON HOFFMAN. ASSOCIATE RABBI
RABBI STUART WEI NBLATT. ASSOC TE RABBI
DR. W1I.1 IAM SILVER. PRES DEN 1
DAVID STUART. ADMINISTRATOR
JOANSCHWART/M
ASSOCIATE ADM1NISTRA iR
Cuban Hebrew
Congregation
1700 Michigan Ave.,
Miami Beach
A Happy New Year
To The
Entire Jewish
Community


Page 12-D The Jewish Floridian / Friday, September 25, 1981
THE SECOND TEMPLE had
been built, and the walls of Jeru-
salem had been fortified under
the leadership of Nehemiah. A
call went out to all the people, the
returned exiles, to assemble as
"one" on the first of Tishri in the
open area in Jerusalem near the
water gate. Of one mind and spir-
it they gathered there and
listened to the words of the
Torah, as read by Ezra and ex-
plained by the Levites.
Moved by God's Law, a Law
they had not heard for very many
years, they began to weep. Ezra
bolstered their spirits, counseling
them to eat what was sweet and
to have no remorse, for as he said
"the joy of the Lord is your
strength." This striking incident
described in the eighth chapter of
MlfflMIIHIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIiy!
Of the Sweetness
Of Rosh hashanah
By RABBI DAVID GEFFEN
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Nehemiah is, according to the
Maharil of Prague, the source of
the beautiful Rosh Hashanah
as we are told, is ever to be the
apple of God's eye.
This delicious fruit captures
custom ot eating an apple dipped
in honey and praying for a year
which will be good and sweet.
THE TWO INGREDIENTS
of this particular ceremony cap-
ture, in their own way, many of
the themes of the holiday itself.
In the Bible the apple appears
frequently and in particular in
the Song of Songs. There in
chapter 2 the apple is the special
gift given to one's beloved.
Understood metaphorically,
the Song of Songs is referring
here to God's gift of the Torah to
His beloved, the Jewish people.
On Rosh Hashanah. a season of
return, we are expected to recast
ourselves anew to continue to
practice and study the precepts
of God's Law The Jewish people.
Happy New Year
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Nutrition & Applied Kinesiology
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c
Dade Dental Center
1225 Washington Ave., Miami Beach
Dr. I.GREBBINS Dr. N. BERRSAIN
532-4009 532-3300
A Happy New Year To All
Dan Miller
Construction
9459 SW 76 St.
Miami-596-0633
Happy New Year
The Olde Tyme
Shoppe
156 Alcazar Ave.443-0930
Holiday Greetings To All
American Pet Centers
8807 SW 107 Avenue274-1051
Wishes Everybody A Very Happy New Year
B lay lock Oil Co.
124 S. Flsgler Street-247-7249
To All Our Friends A Customers
A Happy New Year
Caramba's
Restaurant & Lounge
1559 Sunset Drive 665-6217
Wishes Everyone A Happy New Year
Neil Basil's
Galleries
2935 Collins Ave.
Miami Beach534-2250
Happy New Year
Calusa Country Club
We Specialize In Luncheons, Weddings,
Bar And Bas Mitzvahs And All Banquets
Beautiful Clubhouse & Dining Room
9400 SW 130th Avenue 271-5533
A Very Happy New Year To Everyone
Willard Shutter
Co., Inc.
Wishes A Happy New Year To All
4420 NW 35th Court633-0162
Broward 761-7234 South Dade 2354139
Happy New Year
Le Papillon Cafe
1104 W. Okeachobee Rd.
Hialeah. Fla.- 883-8565
Tom Palmer's
Roof-Rite Co.
15 NE 17 Terr.
Miami374-5125
Happy New Year
Rainbow
Tile Inc.
12974 SW 89th Ave., 33176 2334500
New Years Greetings
To All The Jewish Community
Carmel Bakery
847 Washington Ave.
Miami Beach538-7592
Happy New Year
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Alvarez-Miranda &
Associates
40 NE 26 Street3244029
Free Decorator Service
Interior Designed Furniture And Accessories
Happy New Year To All
Carousel
HAIR DESIGNS
8563 Coral Way264-7722
Holiday Greetings To All
Axelrod's Dairy
1625 NW 20th St. Miami 324-6305
New Year Greetings
To The Entire Jewish Community
Dr. Sturart A. Kalan
And Family
Specializing in Low Back and Neck Pain
945-5530-386 NE 167 Street
One Art, Inc.
After School Ballet Arts Program
9300 S. Dixie Hwy666-9214
A Happy New Year To All
A.A.A.Air
Conditioning Inc.
Extends A Very Happy new Year
To The Entire Jewish Community
1203-71 Street, Miami Beach
Phone: 866-0202
Giant Auto Service
18300 Collins Ave.-Sunny Isle931-8256
Happy New Year
Golden Touch Beauty Salon
Happy New Year
Unisex Haircutting
Complete Beauty Service
6961 Collins Ave.. Miami Beach865-6428
Gaff in Store
Equipment Inc.
2500 N.Miami Ave.
Miami, Fla. 33127 576-2520
New Years Greetings
Miami
Domestic Services
175 Foatainbleau Blvd.
Miami, Fla. 33172 552-0628
New Years Greetings
The Gift Grame
Wishes A Very Happy New Year
To The Entire Jewish Community
255-3788
Happy New Year
Dan's Paint &
Body Shop
6515 NW 7 Ave Miami, FU.
Holiday Greetings
Miami Welding
Supply, Inc. .
We RentWe RepairWe Export
3026 N. Miami Ave. 573-5423 Miami
Enchanted Gardens
Of North Miami Inc.
11740 NE 2nd Ave. 754 1fifi.
Wished The Jewish Community
A Ve Happy New Year
Fantasy Gram
Wishes A Very Happy New Year To All
Their Friends And Customers
253-3495
Sawadee Thai
Restaurant
Wishes A Very Happy New Year
To The Entire Jewish Community
14520 W. Dixie Hwy.940-1000
Gary Martyn's
Prime Meats
12588 N. KendaU. Miami-595-4903
New Years Greetings
To The Jewish Community
Rivera Courts
Family Motel
5100 Rivera Dr.665-3528
New Years Greetings
To The Jewish Community
Happy New Year
Cardinal Fence Co.
AU Types of FenceChain Link
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10731 NW 7th Ave.757-4181
10731 NW 7th Ave. Miami, Hollywood
922-4455
Allen Crawford &
Associates, Inc.
Security System* CoaaultaaU For Architects ft Developer*
HOB Giralda. Coral Gables4454644
Happy New Year
Jose Luis Hernandez
NOTARY PUBLIC
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Withe* A Hippy New Yemr
Morton D.
Weiner & Co.
Insurance & Bonds
150 SE Third Ave., Miami 33131 577-5492
________ Happy New Year
Rhodes Furniture
12 Flamingo Plaza
Hialeah 885 9581
Happy New Yi-ar
Sara's Kosher
Pizza Shop
2214 NE 123 Street
N. Miami, FU. 33181 891-3312
Happy New Year*-Greetings


Friday, September 2b', iyl/ 1 he Jewish" F'loftc
are bidden on Rosh Hashanah to
face up to our inadequacies and
to renew and renovate ourselves
On Rosh Hashanah the Jewish
people, indeed all mankind, are
called before God for an inspec-
tion of their deeds during the
past year.
THE ANCIENT HISTORIAN
Josephus notes in his volume
"Antiquities" that whenever
King Herod felt faint he would
peel an apple and eat it. Further-
more in the Tosefta of Baba
Metzia it is pointed out that ap-
ples are sent to those who are ail-
ing, and in the Zohar on Leviticus
the apple is described as being
Kol Nidre. Al Chel. Avoda
and Neila.
\ayview Real Estate Inc.
170SE14 Street 371-5890
Wishes A Happy New Year To All Their
Friends and Customers
Cosmic Waves Inc.
More Than
48 Auto Stereo Systems On Display
In Kendall Market Place
11609 North Kendall-279-3460
Happy Xeu Year
Mr. Chips Of 41
Street, Inc.
519 Arthur Godfrey Road 534-3320
Wishes Everyone A Happy New Year
\etro Sandwich Shop
152 NE 1 Ave.. Miami-371-3859
Happy New Year To All
Big Al's Lounge
9001 Bird Lounge. Miami-226-1941
Happy Neil Year
Corset Corner
263 Miracle Mile. Coral Gables-444-6643
Wishes The Entire Jewish Community
A Happy Sew Year
good for illnesses of the "body
and soul."
Yehuda Halevi wrote in one of
his poems:
"Lovely apple,
noble work of God,
To delight the sense
of taste and smell."
The second ingredient in this
ceremony is the honey. Ezekiel
tells us in chapter 16 that honey
represents all those benefits
bestowed on us by God. In fact
when David was in exile, having
fled from Saul's wrath, honey
was sent to nourish him and his
followers. Honey, therefore, is
symbolic of all the sweetness of
the divine blessing on mankind.
The Talmud picks up this
theme specifying in berachot
that honey is one ot the "seven
healing substances." On Rosh
Hashanah the potency of the
honey with its curative, restora-
tive and reiuvenative powers
combines with the apple to pro-
duce a really dynamic duo for
humanity.
FROM AN ISRAELI perspec
tive the apple and the honey em-
phasize the theme of return and
generation, two other themes of
Rosh Hashanah. Throughout the
centuries, while Eretz Yisrael was
under foreign rule, apples were
not grown in the country and
some said that they would not
have survived even if they had
been planted. Similary, the only
honey available in Palestine was
that taken from the hives of wild
bees in the cleft of the rocks or in
Continued on Page 15-1)
Happy New Year
Embers Restaurant
245 22nd St.. Miami Beach538-4345
Ming Auto Beauty Center
Rust Proofing And Undercoating
Ming Mirror Finish $95.00
Rust Profing And Undercoating
Ten Year Guarantee $150.00
1800 NE 151 Street 944-1222
A Very Happy New Year To All
Our Friends and Customers
Brickell Emporium
Delicatessen Restaurant
Bread & Bagel Bakery
1100 Brickell Plaza
Miami. Fla. Phone:377-3354
Happy New Year
Oscar's Restaurant
5713 Sunset Drive. Miami-667-5158
Happy New Year To All
Creative Doors &
Window Corp.
7371 SW 8th St.. Miami-264-6057
Happy New Year
Cumberland
Discount Drugs
330 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach-534-3525
Happy New Year
Copy's
Uniforms Boutique
> V Kendall Dr. Kendall Lakes Mall595-4851
Happy New Year
Continental Tailoring
1220 NE 163rd St. 940-1129
Happy New Year
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we have it.Free Parking
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Puntervold
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'Don't wrestle with Insurance Problems
Call Suerre or Ed."
134 E. 49th St.. Hialeah-822-1621
Happy New Year
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Holiday Greetings To All
happy new yean
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Happy New Year
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be a reminder of our well wishes
to you and yours
for a New Year of many blessings
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UNDER NEW OWNERSHIP
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A Happy New Year
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yoim Rosh hashanah holi6ay iq
By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
Why does the Jewish New
Year Holiday Rosh Haahanah
fall on, what the Bible says is, the
seventh month?
In the Pentateuch, it is not
mentioned that Rosh Haahanah
is the name of the holiday that
occurs on the first day of the
seventh month. The term Rosh
Haahanah does not appear in the
Bible until the Book of Ezekiel
(40:1). Actually, it is the Pass-
over holiday that occurs during
the first month (the 15th of the
month).
Talmud (Masseket Rosh
Haahanah 2a) speaks of four New
Years occasions in the Jewish
year. It has been explained that,
if the idea of Rosh Haahanah is to
commemorate the beginning of
some phenomenon, then the first
month (the holiday season of
Passover) and the seventh month
(the holiday season of Rosh
Haahanah) both commemorate a
specific beginning. It was during
the first month (the month of
Passover) that the Exodus oc-
cured and it was then that the
Jewish nation was inaugurated.
Jews were just a collection of
tribal families before that. It was
in the seventh month (the month
when Rosh Haahanah occurs)
that man was created and thus it
was the beginning of mankind,
which is then commemorated.
The Jew, being both a member of
a specific people as well as a
member of the human race in
general, is thus asked to com-
memorate the beginning of both
of these phenomena in his
calendar of observances
. Why is the Rosh Hashanah
season regarded as the season of
judgment above all other
seasons?
Actually, the Talmud tells us
that there are four seasons of
judgment during the year. A
number of reasons are offered to
explain why our liturgy and style
of observance stress the Rosh
Haahanah season as the aon of
judgment above all other times of
the year.
Some claim that the season of
Rosh Hashanah was chosen be-
cause it is during this month that
Jews observe many religious
practices which would give them
an advantage at the bar of judg-
ment sukkah, shofar, lulav,
Fast of Yom Kippur. In this same
vein, some also claim that this
time of the year is a great harvest
season when Jews used to offer
their tithes to the Levites and the
poor, and used to begin the ob-
servance of the Shemittah
(seventh and Jubilee year), thus
creating s time when many good
deeds were performed which
would tend to turn the judgment
in their favor.
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the zodiac sign attri-
this month is that of a
i symbolizes the "scale
nent." It is furthermore
i that since this is the
[when Adam was created,
he time to pray to the Al-
to convince him that
is still worth while and
>e preserved, especially
tie human race is the
fthe Almightly.
the shofar kept under
tn not being used on
shanah?
illy speaking, the practi-
is so that one would
shofar on Rosh Hash
ppt for the purpose of
the ritual shofar note
I by Jewish tradition. If
uncovered for the
one might forget him
: self and use it for some other pur-
pose. It is forbidden to blow any
musical instrument on a Jewish
holiday.
The mystics also claim that
keeping the shofar covered is to
hide the identify of the day from
Friday, September 25, 1981 / The Jewish Floridian Page 15-D
the Satan who longs to bring ac-
cusations against the people on
this day of judgment. Keeping
the shofar covered does not let
the Satan discover the identity of
the day and thus it might pass
without his accusations. The
the Apple: Sweetness PC Rosh hashanah
mystics also state that should he
try to bring his accusations to
bear while the shofar is being
sounded, the notes of the shofar
would confuse him or dull his ex-
pressions, or at least drown out
his arguments.
Continued from Page 111 I)
the forests.
The production of honey re-
commenced in Eretz Y Israel on
Mount Zion by the Balden
sperger family and in the 19th
century taken up by the settlers
of Nee Ziona, who purchased the
primitive hives used by the Jeru-
salem family. Today several hun-
dred thousand tons of honey are
produced in Israel each year.
The double blessing of "good-
ness" and sweetness which the
apple and honey engender is
especially pertinent to the begin-
ning of a new year. "Goodness"
stems from the Hebrew word
"tov" whose literal meaning is
hitting the mark obtaining
one's objective.
THE HONEY IS of course the
Sweetness; while it cannot re-
move all the bitterness, it does
encourage us to move forward
with head held high and with
'' sweetness under our tongue.
Hence, on Rosh Hashanah
when we eat the apple, "The
noble work of God" dipped in the
honey whose sweetness is "One
sixteenth that of manna," the
heavenly food rained down in the
time of the desert wandering, we
are renewed by these unique ele-
ments in God's creation.
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
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pitas uc hope '-hat the Wtoanag year would see a
Jewish State a Patesuae free of Bnust ruie The
hope becasne a reausy c le1 When Pnnce
Chance aad the Princess of '* ates received taar
recec: weocaa grit froac Mrs Bentow-su. 33
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'Thunder of Zion'
JDL Denies Ties to Militant Faction
By BEN GALLOB
NEW YORK-(JTA)-
fhe director of the Jewish
defense League has denied
here are any militant fac-
j in the JDL, after an
nonymous group, calling
self "Thunder of Zion,"
nd claiming to be "a
Million faction" of the JDL,
Limed responsibility for
vo firebomb incidents in
lanhattan.
|Arno V\'ein9tein. the JDL Di-
ctor. told the Jewish Tele-
iphic Agency there are no
actions" in the JDL. But. he
|ded. in the routine JDL re-
turn to such reports, that the
I. applauded" the actions of
group in the hope they would
lul attention on Soviet sup-
uion of Jews.
SEVEN FIREBOMBS, in-
Tiding one that detonated, were
ted in the area of the Soviet
bsion to the United Nations.
leading police officials to increase
security precautions in the area
on Manhattan's upper East Side.
In the other incident, police re-
ported that a small bomb ex-
ploded at 1:40 a.m. at the Four
Continent Book Store on lower
Fifth Avenue, causing minor
damage to the front window of
the bookstore which sells books
published in the Soviet Union. A
caller told news agencies that
"Thunder of Zion" claimed
responsibility. The caller said the
group was demanding the release
of Soviet Jewish dissident Ana-
toly Sharansky and "all Soviet
Jews."
Like the JDL. local law en-
forcement officials said they had
nver hear of the group. A spokes-
man identified the group, in tele-
phone calls as the "Thunder of
Zion" wing of the JDL.
THE BOMB that went off in
the Soviet Mission area had been
placed under an empty car with
diplomatic license plates,
producing minor damage. The
car, however was registered to
. German Politicos Agree
'o Loosen Arms Restraints
Bj DAVID KANTOR
|0NN (JTA) The ruling
linl Democratic Party (SPDl
iti junior coalition partner.
Free Democratic Party
JV). have apparently reached
| agreement to modify West
many g self-imposed re-
ints on arms sales abroad
rh could pave the way for a
ive arms deal with Saudi
Ma. it was indicated by SPD
CM here.
Invcrnmpnt spokesman
lar Ruel said the Cabinet
make a binding decision on
[matter after the parliamen-
coalition makes its final
nmendations, expected in
i'\t few weeks.
IM II. NOW the government
declined to comment on this
boversial issue. West
pan policy has been to refuse
pli .inns to countries at war or
p f tension such as the
He East, But last week, a
committee of the SPD and
1!' recommended that some
-' restrictions be dropped
and that future arms sales be
predicated on the "vital foreign
and security interests" of West
Germany.
Should the recommendation be
adopted by the government, it
could open the way to possible
arms sales to Saudi Arabia,
notably West Germany's power-
ful Leopard II tanks and other
armored wehicles. Chancellor
Helmut Schmidt strongly fa-
vored such a deal earlier this year
but was deterred by opposition in
the Bundestag, including mem-
bers of his own coalition.
Observers here say that Sch-
midt is likely to wait and see
whetherthe Reagan Administra-
tion goes through with its plans
to sell the Saudis AWACS
reconnaissance aircraft and en-
hancement equipment for the
Saudis' 62 P-15 fighterbombers.
Only if such a development oc-
curs, would the Chancellor be in a
position to proceed with the pro-
jected sale of sophisticated
German weaponry to the Saudis,
observers said.
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the Nigerian Mission to the UN.
Two of the six firebombs had
been placed under unoccupied
Soviet Mission cars parked near
the mission building. They had
failed to go off because their
lighted fuses went out, police
said. The four other bombs were
found in a litter basket near the
mission building and were re-
moved without incident by the
police bomb squad.
Patrick Murphy, police depart-
ment chief of operations, said
after the bombs were found that
the regular around-the-clock four-
man security detail for the Sov-
iet Mission was being expanded
by three more officers on each
Friday, September 25,1981 / The Jewish Floridian Page 3-A
He said the bombings in-
dicated "a step up from the MM I
harrasment" of abusive tele-
phone calls, including bomb
threats, to the Soviet Mission
Joseph Valiquette, a specia:
agent of the New York office of
the Federal Bureau of Investiga-
tion, said his agency was con-
shift. He also said unspecified
anti-crime measures were being
increased.
ducting "a very active" inves-
tigation of the bomb incidents.

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Our New Year's Priorities
Shofar Must be Our Clarion Call to United Action
The sound of the New Year as heard in
the ancient call of the shofar Monday night
will commit us to greater efforts in our own
cause as we pray for inclusion in the Book of
Life. Having expressed our penitential
feelings during the midnight Selichot service
last Saturday, we can do no less than commit
ourselves on Rosh Hashanah to better ways
in 5742 than those we confessed to as lacking
in our penitential prayers a week ago.
But Rosh Hashanah must also commit
us to pledges of service in the cause of the
community and of Jews throughout the
world, as well. This is no generalized con-
clusion from a specific religious Jewish
reality. For historically, the shofar even in
ancient time served a much wider role than
the one to which we reserve it on the occasion
of the High Holy Days today.
IN ANCIENT times, the sound of the
shofar alerted the Jewish community to
danger. It aroused and warned. It was used in
battle, as well as in prayer. In this sense, the
shofar today must commit us to action during
the year ahead no less than to spiritual
reflection in the synagogue on the High Holy
Days.
As a social, political and economic com-
munity in America, we must make our wishes
known, loud and clear, so far as local,
national and international issues are con-
cerned. In short, we must be prepared to
exercise more pressure, not less; more stern
demand, not a lower profile than before, as for
example when the growing fearful among us
break ranks to join the critics of the Jewish
community for their support of Israel without
reservation.
Or as we criticize our government's in-
creasing tendency to intrude on the privacy of
our nation's citizens through wire-tapping. Or
as we say "no" to those who would happily
violate the long-standing American tradition
of separation of church and state. Or as we re-
mind our country's leaders that sexual
privacy and family planning are precisely that
private that these things are no one
else's business other than that of the individ-
uals involved. Or as we declare that social
needs are as keen as our military needs, or
what in the end will our military forces be de-
fending in America that is genuinely Ameri-
can without a free and contented citizenry?
INTERNATIONALLY, the issues con
fronting diaspora Jewry and Israelis are ent-
wined, yet different. The people of Israel face
the enormous task of making certain that
their enemies are prevented from destroying
them. And as we commit ourselves to join
ranks with the people of Israel in this monu-
mental cause, we must also be aware that
there are enemies facing us outside of Israel
just as surely.
We. for example, face the forces of assi-
milation and intermarriage that can destroy
us by attrition in the same way that Israel can
be destroyed by planes, tanks and bombs.
Israel, which is isolated on the interna-
tional arena, is limited to conducting
diplomatic campaigns in its own behalf. It
can not go beyond the boundary lines of this
isolation. And so, the task of presenting
Israel's cause must increasingly fall upon us
it only can be done by the Jewish people
outside Israel in the countries where they live.
IT IS A fact of life that the safer people
feel physically, the more prone they are to
neglect themselves spiritually. For Jews, this
means a sort of ethnic amnesia, neglecting of
their Jewish values and heritage.
On Rosh Hashanah, we must commit
ourselves to the principle that we will not fall
prey to this kind of forgetfulness. Or become
victimized by assimilation or intermarriage.
For if we do. how will we face the tasks to
which we dedicate ourselves in our prayers?
Ho* will we hope to achieve the improvement
in ourselves that we promised would occur
when we expressed our penitence during the
Slichot service? How will we voice our local
and national concerns with conviction and
dedication to the principles we hold dear.
How will we assist Israel in its ongoing battle
against enemies at its borders and enemies in
distant lands the Lord Carrmgtons in
England, the Bruno Kreiskys in Austria? 1 he
McCloskeys and Percys in America?
Or the Brezhnevs entrenched in the
Soviet Empire, who have placed an iron cur
tain of prison bars around Jewish men ami
women today languishing in Russiani,ii.
simply because they would opt for freedom1
WHEN THE shofar sounds on Ro,i
Hashanah. let it be our clarion call to action
all these spheres. Let each of us commit our
selves to be counted, so that when the Cam*
stretches himself upon the Bimah and cria
Hineni, we can pray with him: Here I am j
am ready.
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What If AWACS Fell into Soviets Hands?
,
If Menachem Begin is having
nightmares about the U.S.
Administration's determination
to sell $8.5 billion worth of
destructive military air power to
Saudi Arabia-the AWAC
packagesuch disturbing
dreams must include the scene in
which the sophisticated weapons
fall into the hands of both the
USSR and the Palestine Libera-
tion Organization.
Of course. Moscow already has
a surplus of up-to-date lethal
armaments, both on the ground,
in the sea. and up in the air. But
think of the PLO's rejoicing if
such instruments of terror as the
AWACS become its property.
Five airborne warning and con-
trol system planes and 1177
AIM 9L Sidewinder missiles like
those used by the U.S. to shoot
down two Libyan jets over the
Mediterranean a few days ago!
Impossible scenario? How
many who worry over Middle
East potential for a bloody con-
flict know that the Saudis not
long ago shipped to the PLO
20.000 riflea. including American-
made M 16s and G-s and FN
weapons built in Western
Europe: 500 0.5 machine guns;
20 anti-tank guns with 1000
shells: and heaps of small-arms
ammunition? This bundle of
bangs came not long after the
Saudis had made an $85 million
cash payment to the PLO.
IN THESE parlous times,
government people can't be sure
about such ins and outs of way-
ward sinews of war. Think back
to what happened to some of that
pile of menacing weapons the
United States placed in the hands
of its great and good friend, the
late Shah Mohamed Reza
Pahlevi We got a refresher
course in boomerangs fro"1 Irtt
Think, too. of Saudi Arab*'
Public Relations strenfU
bubbling up form iU oil *j
to convince the 1'0U*ltal
Representatives and *enat* i
Riyadh just has to have
AWACS. Newspaper and imf
rine articles and television *-
radio interviews are poppiW
over the nation Hack in Ju
for instance. Saudi Arabian^
Minister Ahmed Zaki U*
convinced many in an audien
oil men that "Israel is a grw
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Our Readers Write

Labor Party Debates
krgentine Report Was Mistaken Wether t0 Permit
HTOR: The Jewish Floridian:
lamar Levy errs when she
ps that Jacobo Timerman
, held in jail for several
1< He was arrested in April,
fl and was in jail for only four
j a half months. He was under
,. arrest for two years. His
toe was in one of the most ex-
jive condominiums in Buenos
I was permitted to receive
tors and among those who
Jed him were prominent
,lis including Yigal Allon and
JbiCIraetz.
(imerman admitted last July
he was not arrested
luse he was a Jew. He was
Bted because he was a Leftist.
iid not belong to any syna-
iii according to Eli Wiesel in
nh Magazine not even
the Asociacion Mutual
elita Argentina, known as
IA the Ashkenazi kehila.
gentina, known as AMIA, the
Ashkenazi kehila.
I have been a four-time visitor
to Argentina, and I have inter-
viewed not only the various
leaders of the communities, Ash-
kenazi and Sephardi, but also
Jews in the educational field.
Argentine President General
Viola is a good friend of Dr. Neh-
emias Reznitzky, the former
president of Delegacion Argen-
tina Israelite (DAIA), and the
pictures of both have appeared in
the press.
SEYMOUR B. LIEBMAN
Miami
EDITOR. The Jewish Floridian:
My two sons would be pleased
to have pen-pals with similar in-
terests. They are Mark. 12; and
Jonathan, 14.
Both my sons are interested in
Jews, Ukrainians in Rally
o Demand Prisoners' Release
sports, including golf and Judo,
as well as in stamp-collecting.
Perhaps some of your young
readers would be interested in
corresponding with them. Our
address is 7 Doune Crescent,
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land.
J. I. ROSS
Glasgow
EDITOR: The Jewish Floridian.
The editorials on Page 4-A are
getting more ridiculous with each
issue.
Why doesn't the writer stop
second-guessing the President?
So far. nothing he has pro-
posed has come to pass. Let
President Reagan at least have
the courtesy given him of seeing
if his proposals will work.
I have not noticed a thing that
he has done to worry about the
fortune of Israel so far. Give the
President a chance before con-
demning him.
MAX KORMAN
Delray Beach
Return ofDayan
By HUGH ORGEL
TEL AVIV (JTA) The
Labor Party, rent by internal
dissension and personal quarrels
since its narrow defeat in the
Knesset elections last June, now
faces another divisive issue
whether to readmit former For-
eign Minister Moshe Dayan to its
fold. Dayan, who built his politi-
cal career in the Labor Party,
defected shortly before the 1977
elections and joined Premier
Menachem Begin's first coalition
government but never joined
Likud.
He quit Begin's Cabinet in Oc-
tober, 1979 because of sharp
policy differences with the
Premier and presently heads the
new Telem faction which hoids
only two seats in the Knesset.
General Dayan's mercurial
nature has earned him the dis-
trust of many of his former Labor
colleagues and his moderately
hawkish views are anathema to
Labor doves and Mapam,
bur's Alignment partner.
La-
BUT PARTY Chairman Shim-
on Peres reportedly supports
efforts to bring Dayan back to
Labor. The two Telem mandates
would give his party 50 Knesset
seats, one more than Likud.
Being the largest single parlia-
mentary faction might gain some
key committee chairmanships for
Labor but it would still be 11
votes short of the majority
necessary to govern should the
Likud government fall on a no-
confidence motion.
The Dayan issue has been the
subject of heated discussion in
the party's political bureau which
would have to make a recommen-
dation. But the bureau itself is in
disarray because it election and
composition are a matter for dis-
pute at the moment. Mapam has
served notice, meanwhile, that it
might leave the Labor Alignment
if Dayan is readmitted to the
party, thereby strengthening its
hawkish wine.
IN KRANCISCO (JTA),
than 100 Jews and
linian-- assembled in an
cedented joint human
rally outside the Soviet
late here to demand the re-
of three prisoners of con-
pi -. r\ ing long sentences in
t\ i ills Anatoly
knsky, Yuri Kederoz and
|i> Murzhenko. the latter
Dn-Jewi
demonstration, organized
Ihe Hay \re,i Council on
11 wry and the northern
)rnia branch of the
lan Congress Committee
erica was the first in which
Wo groups joined forces to
It the violation of human
I in the USSR
l()KIMN(i tu it-, spoapore,
luld purpose was to DfUM
release of the prisoners
lovi rconk1 cultural barriers
|n the Jewish and Ukrai-
loinmunitiva
eroz, a Ukrainian, and
enko. a Russian Orthodox
an, were the two non-Jews
in the 1970 attempt to
I from the Soviet Union in a
plane, which led to the
Leningrad trials. The
I defendants have been re-
[ after serving all or part of
entences and are now in
Federoz and Murzhenko
in prison. Sharansky, a
I Soviet Jewish activist, is
fourth year of a 13-year
for alleged treason. All
have been reported
>'y ill in recent months.
"y Schapira. president of
py Area Council, called for
pediate cut-off of all U.S.
gy sales to the Soviet
[if the prisoners are not re-
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UNITED NATIONS -
(JTA) Israel will come
under fire on nuclear issues
during the 36th session of
the UN General Assembly
which opened last week. Is-
rael's Ambassador to the
UN, Yehuda Blum, told Is-
raeli reporters at a briefing
here. He disclosed that
more than 40 countries are
presently sponsoring a res-
olution to discuss IsraeTs
air attack on Iraq's nuclear
reactor last June 7.
The nuclear issue, insofar as
Israel is involved, will come be-
fore the General Assembly when
a group of nuclear experts
present a document on Israel a
nuclear ability and its alleged
nuclear cooperation with South
Africa. Blum said- He noted that
this amounts to singling Israel
out inasmuch as no other country
rumored to have a nuclear
potential has been accorded
similar treatment.
BLUM SAID Israel wij also
come under .tuck in the fbjte
on Palestinian and Middle East
Ssues. already a tradOjon.the
UN. He said this would occur"
the end of November in the
General Assembly and m if
various committeee. Bhim pre-
dSed that the anti-Israel reaolu-
SET will be even more extreme
Zn in the past but thuhe said,
rmght reduce support for them
He said that Israel's Foreign
Minister. Yitxliak Shamir, will be
in New York beginning this
weekend until Yom Kippur, Oct.
Israel Denounces Election
Of Iraqi as President
UNITED NATIONS (JTAt -
The election of an Iraqi diplomat.
Ismat Kittani. as President of the
36th session of the General
Assembly was sharply
denounced by Israel. Kittani.
Iraq's Undersecretary for
Foreign Affairs, was selected by
lottery after two secret ballots
failed' to produce the required
majority for any one of the three
candidates for the office.
In a statement issued im-
mediately after the election.
Yehuda' Blum. Israel's
Ambassador to the United
Nations.declared: "It is a mea-
sure of the regretable decline of
the United Nations' standards
that the UN General Assembly
should have elected as its Presi-
dent the representative of a
country which, as a result of mul-
tiple and ongoing acts of aggres-
sion, is in a state of war with a
number of countries in the
Middle East." Iraq is actively
engaged in war with Iran and re-
mains officially in a state of war
with Israel.
'Strategic9 Tie
Won't Solve AU
KIAMESHA LAKE,
N.Y. (JTA) A mem-
ber of the House Foreign
Affairs Committee warned
that the U.S. promise of
"strategic cooperation"
with Israel does not offset
the threat to Israel's secu-
rity posed by the Adminis-
tration's proposed $8.5 bil-
lion arms package to Saudi
Arabia.
Speaking before 700 members
of Pioneer Women at a dinner
opening the organisation's 27th
biennial convention here, Rep
Michael Barnes (D.. Md.) de-
clared that the sale of AW ACS
iwnmiiiiaaanrci planaa and en-
hancement equipment lor F-16
fighter planes would create a
threat to Israel "that cannot be
overstated" and that Israel
"should not take too much com
fort" from any offer of strategic
cooperation. The actual ingredi
ante of aocfa a policy "remain to
HE A86ERTED that the arm*
aaie "would be against the
fotereeta of the U S He
that given the "on
character of the Saudi govern
there would be a serious
_ of the American equip-
JSjTJjjj into the "wrong
Blum added. "It is incon-
ceivable that the League of
Nations would have rewarded
Italian aggression against
Ethiopia by the election of the
representative of Mussolini as
president of its assembly in 1936
and now. strangely enough, the
aggression of Saddam Hussein
(President of Iraqi is being re-
warded with the election of his
representative to the presidency
of the General Assembly of the
United Nations."
Kittani. a Kurd, said in his
inaugural speech immediately af-
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Assembly must implement its re-
solutions of past years, including
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Mitterrand Adviser in Israel for Talks
By EDWIN EYTAN
PARIS (JATI One of
President Francois Mitterrand's
top advisers. Jacques Attali. left
Sunday for Israel for talks with
government members and op-
position leaders. French officials
say Attali. a 36-year-old Jewish
professor of economy, would ex-
plain the French policy in the
Middle East and lay the ground-
work for Mitterrand's visit to
Israel earlv next year.
Foreign Minister Claude
Cheyseon is due to viait Israel
later this month or early October
and will confer with Israeli
Foreign Minister Yitzhak Shamir
in New York. Diplomatic source*
say. however, that Attali is a
close personal confidante of
Mitterrand who considers him as
his main adviser on Jewish and
Israeli affairs.
ATTALI"S TRIP to Israel
where he will lecture at tin
Hebrew University, had \*1
planned for some time He *
entrusted with his special mu.
sion in the wake of a growm
misunderstanding between
France and Israel. Attali. who
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Enhanced F-15s More
Dangerous Than AW ACS,
Pioneer Women Told
K1AMESHA LAKE -
(JTA) The offensive ca-
pability of the enhanced F-
15 fighter planes makes
them even more of a threat
to Israel than the AWACS
involved in the Reagan Ad-
ministration's proposed
arms sale to Saudi Arabia,
according to Chaim Her-
zog. former Israeli Ambas-
sador to the United Na-
tions, and one-time director
of Israel's military- intelli
gence.
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member of the Knesset, ex-
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biennial convention of Pioneer
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Court Rebuffs Rabbinate
Told They Must Not Meddle in Policy
JERUSALEM (JTA)
_ In a move that could
have far-reaching conse-
quences for the future of
[state and religious relations
in Israel and on the stand-
ling of the Chief Rabbinate,
[the Supreme Curt has ruled
M that the rabbinate has
io legal right to determine
state policy. The ruling
stemmed from the contro-
versy between religious and
secular groups over the ar-
phaeological excavations at
[he City of David.
Some three weeks ago, the
court issued an interim in-
junction overturning Education
linister Zevuhin Hammer's sua-
ension of the dig. Hammer was
reused by some political and
ademic circles as having capi
iilated to the Chief Rabbinate.
rhich had demanded that the dig
halted permanently. Hammer
Jered the dig be halted for two
reeks, pending the outcome of
Supreme Court ruling. Ash-
enazic Chief Rabbi Shlomo
Soren had warned that unless
lammer ordered a permanent
lit to the dig he would be ex
Dmmunicated.
IN MAKING public the basis
^r the court's ruling. Supreme
Durt President Justice Moshe
indau said that according to
law of the land and Israel's
tmocratic and non-theocratic
baractfr. the halachic rulings of
k< Chief Rabbinate are not
riding in any way regarding
ate officials fulfilling their legal
Ithority The court ruled:
"Whatever the importance of a
rabbinical halachic ruling to a re-
ligious person, the Chief Rabbis
and the Supreme Rabbinical
Council are not by law empow-
ered to determine facts necessary
to the implementation of the law
. nor is the enforcer of that law
. (properly) subordinate to the
rabbinical rulings."
The halachic ruling referred to
by the three-justice court was
handed down by Goren and Se-
phardic Chief Rabbi Ovadia
Yosef Aug. 19. They proclaimed
the dig area as the site of an
ancient Jewish cemetery and
prohibited archaeological ex-
cavations there. Their ruling was
subsequently reinforced by a res-
olution issued at a joint session of
the Supreme Rabbinical Council
and the Supreme Rabbinical
Council Court Aug. 26.
IN ITS DECISION, the Su-
preme Court strongly criticized
Hammer's suspension of the dig.
Religious pressure and "demon-
strations by ultra-Orthodox
elements who do not recognize
the State" should not have been
taken into account by Hammer,
an observant Jew. in his decision
to suspend the dig, the justices
said. Hammer is a leader of the
National Religious Party.
The justices added, howevor,
that if a halachic ruling is based
on proven facts, it could serve as
material in the framework of
considerations by a government
policy maker. But, they said,
under no condition should such a
ruling serve as a binding guide-
line for decision making. Al-
though Hammer did not state
that his ruling was influenced by
the rabbinate's prohibition, it is
apparent that the rabbinate's
stand did influence Hammer's
consideration, the court said.
The justices pointed to what
they said were some of the con-
siderations in Hammer's
decision. On July 16 his Minis-
try's director wrote a letter su-
porting the continuation of the
dig "as it has been clarified that
there is no cemetery at the site."
But on Sept. 1 Hammer
suspended the dig before he even
received the opinion of the
Attorney General whose view he
sought and without consulting
the responsible archaeological
authorities. Therefore, the court
ruled. Hammer had no legitimate
basis for suspending the dig.
THE COURT majority ruling
was issued by Justices Landau
and Shlomo Levin. Justice Yitz-
hak Kahan. while supporting the
interim injunction overturning
Hammer's suspension order,
submitted a minority view
stating that he "had doubts"
about the majority's reasoning.
He said that in his view there was
room for consideration of the be-
lief of part of the public since this
is a subject of special sensitivity
in this country.
Goren would not comment on
the court's ruling and Hammer
was unavailable for comment.
But Assistant Attorney General
Yoran Bar Sola, who represented
the State in this case, was quoted
as hailing the court's ruling as an
"important precedent for the
State." It may serve as a future
guideline regarding the legal
standing of the chief rabbis in
relation to actions and policies of
! the State, he added.
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Were Talks Orchestrated?
Haig Predicted What Would be Said
NEW YORK Secre-
tary of State Alexander
Haig said discussion of the
proposed U.S. sale of
\WACS reconnaissance
ircraft to Saudi Arabia
would come on probably
ariy in the meeting" be-
*reen President Reagan
:?nd Israeli Premier Mena-
.hem Begin in Washington
and will be disposed of
ipidly." It did.
He said he thought "The Pres-
dent will understand Israel's
latural concerns about any en-
ancement of Arab capabilities,
especially in a neighboring Arab
ate'- but that the AW ACS sale
'is in America's strategic in-
erest" and "although difficult
>r Israel to accept, we feel it
neets their interests as well."
That's exactly how it happened.
Haig made his remarks in the
course of an exclusive interview
with the New York Times, pub-
shed coincidentallv with Begin "s
.nival in New York with a large
entourage of aides, including
Foreign Minister Yitzhak Sha-
mir. Defense Minister Ariel
Sharon, and his chief autonomy
negotiator. Interior Minister
Vosef Burg. It was almost as if
J-thing had been orchestrated
vance.
"veryl
in adv
i
IN REPLY to questions,
Haig stress ad that the U.S. con
nues to pursue a "strategic con
-<>nsus" in the Middle East and
iat it recognized "there have
een some fundamental changes
nee Camp David in the whole
iddle East environment and
uation."
He said that "one of those
anges is now an interrelation-
ip which has developed be-
een the situation in Lebanon
d the peace process, which
lile on totally separate tracks.
s increasingly interrelated, and
aihire or a collapse of one can
ve a senous impact on the
her; whereas progress in one
ntributes to an atmosphere of
igress in the other."
Haig said that the strategic
nsensus in the Middle East,
till in embryo but nonetheless
istent," was saved from "col-
tae" by the efforts of U.S.
ecial envoy Philip Habib to
wive the Syrian missile crisis.
hat involved harnessing
tdership and support from the
ab League, and with consider
le help from Saudi Arabia not
ly in leadership and diplomacy
t in resources which catalyzed
rtain processes," he said.
HAIG ADDED that "the
lole process was severely
Ited" when Israel bombed
aq's nuclear reactor last June
id by "the subsequent in-
eased violence along the border
Israel which involved Palestin-
ns. the PLO and the Israeli
rces." Nevertheless the con-
nsus "managed to sustain itself
a very shaky way by some very
illful work by Phil (Habib) to
oduce a cessation of
sulkies." Haig said.
Haig said the nature and
tent of U.S. participation in the
tonomy talks which Israel and
rypt have agreed to resume
-*. 23 on the ministerial level
I not yet been decided. "There
still some uncertainty about
a meeting in terms of location.
d will participate, in any event,
whatever appropriate level we
cide upon, and that should not
done until we have a little
>re information from both
rties." Haig said. Ha added.
ne of the outcomes of the Be-
i visit, we hope, is for a sharp-
ing of our thinking on that
iject."
Haig said there were two
aspects to the Begin visit. "We
would want to discuss the peace
process under the Camp David
framework and specifically the
autonomy talks And the
second part, clearly, will be on
the Lebanon process, which is far
more complex because of the mul-
tiplicity of interest in parties in-
volved." That's how it happened.
HAIG SAID that "another
final point" on the agenda of the
Begin meeting would be "a dis-
cussion of the bilateral relation-
ships in the sense of the period
ahead in a changing situation
strategic concerns and
whether or not we are going to re-
affirm. There's been a lot of
rhetoric in the past and I think
both sides are interested in put-
ting some meat on the bone for
that rhetoric with respect to our
bilateral strategic relationship."
Haig said.
He said in reply to questions
that he was not talking about a
defense treaty with Israel but
"about practical cooperation .
that will contribute to regional
security." It was almost as if
Haig foreaw the conclusion of the
Begin-Reagan talks word-ford-
word.
Asked how Israel could be con-
vinced that the AW ACS sale
would be in its own as well as
American interest. Haig said,
"'First and foremost, it brings
America's presence" In that
connection he observed that
Israel has been "the bastion, and
a rather lonely bastion historical-
ly, toward Soviet inroads in the
Middle East. Historically, the
United States has been some
what less than that, and so in
that context, this AW ACS, the
American presence with respect
to it even though being in a
sovereign nation (Saudi Arabia)
should be owned with sover-
eignty in mind. It couldn't expect
to be otherwise "
TrouWome
HE ADDED: It is manifes-
tation of. among a number of
other steps that we are consider-
ing with the RDF (Rapid Deply
ment Force) and not bases but
facilities. That's a very important
argument
"Another very important
argument is that it is in Israel's
interest tor someone else to
provide Saudi Arabia with
assistance, and we don't think
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the year
5742
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Israel Bonds Studies Priorities for New Year
By GARY R. GERSON
General Campaign Chairman
Greater Miami Israel Bonds
Organization
Three years have passed since
the Camp David agreements.
The peace process moves forward
slowly in Wahington, Jerusalem
and Cairo.
At Kiryat Shmona and
Nahariya, there is still the
possibility that some
inhabitants may have to spend
the New Year or part of it in
underground shelters. The
terrorist threat remains alive.
As we observe the New Year,
we must assume a greater
responsibility and a deeper per-
sonal involvement in helping
Israel solve its major problems.
THE ECONOMY is in difficul-
ty because of the heavy demands
Maw
Gory R. Gerson
of defense and triple-digit infla-
tion. Relieving these pressures is
a task of the highest priority, for
an improved economic situation,
like peace, is the key to reducing
emigration and increasing immi-
gration from Soviet Russia and
elsewhere.
The development of new areas
of economic growth is a central _
purpose of the Israel Bond pro-
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nomic horizons for the past thirty
years.
In the New Year, Israel Bonds
will face the challenge of
providing the seed money for one
of the most ambitious develop-
ment projects in Israel's history.
Prime Minister Begin has asked
the Bond Organization to bring
to realization Theodor Herd's vi-
sion of a canal from the
Mediterranean to the Dead Sea to
help meet Israels energy needs.
OUR PRAYERS for peace in
the Year 5742 must be ae
companied by the resolve to give
achieve a better life for its citi
zens and for all those who come
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centuries the observance of Rosh
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occasion. Nancy and I express
our warmest greetings to the
Jewish people and joint with you
in your prayers for the New Year.
The High Holy Days are a time
for introspection, atonement, and
renewal a time when those of
the Jewish Faith pause to reflect
upon the year which has passed
and pray for the year which lies
ahead. We join with you in the
President Reagan
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by seeking the truth within our
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that we may, in the words of your
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You have our every good wish
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Bv HARRY A. LEVY
President
And MYRON J. BRODIE
Executive Vice President
reater Miami Jewish Federation
Each year during the High
jly Days, Jews everywhere
iuse for a time of solemn reflec-
jn, self-searching and prayer.
J\t is the time to reflect on the
ting of our precious Jewish
ntage. and a lime make re-
dutions for the future.
As wo embark on New Year
42. it is fitting to look back
rer the landmark year just
pded a year that saw the
reatcr Miami Jewish com-
unity continue its rapid
owth yet maintain the high
mmunal standards which have
*|ys characterized it in the
i It was a year in which we
ive for Jewish renewal; for our
ii communtiy, for the people of
Qrael and for Jews throughout
world And it was a year in
nch the Jews of Greater Miami
ew closer together, with an
arenews that only by standing
ited will we be able to reach our
ils.
WE HAVE a sense of enor-
us pride and satisfaction that
deration s 1981 Combined
*i-h Appeal Israel Emergency
nd Campaign was the most
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community's history. This
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eater Miami Jewish com
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w helming response to
Jan 18, Super Sunday, dur-
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hmuKhout the past year.
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In- success of the
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FEDERATION HAS con-
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improve the lives of Jews in
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special effort to meet the needs of
single parent families and bring
them closer to the community.
We have also continued our
efforts to assist our fellow Jews
seeking new lives in freedom,
absorbing more than 100 Soviet
Jewish emigres into our com-
muntiy during the last year.
We have continued our efforts
to bring the message of Jewish
identity and unity across to large
segments of the Jewish com-
muntiy. The widely attended ob-
servance of Holocaust Day 1981
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Rabbinical Best Wishes
A Prayer for World Peace
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By RABBI NORMAN N.
SHAPIRO. President
And
RABBI SOLOMON SCHIFF,
Executive Vice President
Greater Miami Rabbinical Assn.
It i9 our privilege, on behalf of
the Rabbinical Association of
Greater Miami, to extend
warmest wishes to our fellow
Jews for the Year 5742. May the
New Year bring Israel and man-
kind closer to peace by "all Hi9
children uniting in one fellowship
to do His Will with a perfect
heart. "
As spokesman for the rab-
binate of this, the fifth largest
Jewish community in the United
States, we are particularly sensi-
tive of 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 Ney Year
more than poetic expressions.
Above all. the Rabbinical
Association attempts to fulfill its
sacred task by serving as the
religious information and co-
ordination center of the Jewish
community. In the closest
relationship with the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation and the
leadership of the total com-
muntiy. the Association analyzes
and guides the total development
and growth of its people.
OUR RABBINIC organization
is comprised of colleagues of all
interpretations of American
Judaism 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 continuous input into the
shapirg of our community pro-
grams and. in turn, are kept in-
formed of the lay points of view
on all issues.
The Rabbinical Association
also sponsors educational pro-
grams through the communica-
tion media. Among those pro-
grams are the "Still Small Voice"
on Channel seven; the "Jewish
Worship Hour" on Channel ten;
Kreisku Trying to Convince
Bonn to Recognize PLO I
BONN (JTA) Chancellor Bruno Kreisky of Aus-
tria is trying to convince the West German government
that it should recognize the Palestine Liberation Organi-
zation, sources in the ruling Social Democratic Party
(SPD) said. Kreisky. visiting West Berlin last week, ap-
peared on state television to explain his friendly attitude
toward the PLO and his belief that PLO Chief Yasir Araf-
at has shown moderation." %.
Affording to Kreisky. former West German Chancellor
Willy Brandt shares his opinion of Arafat. "If you do not
believe me. ask Brandt." the Austrian leader told German
viewers. SPD sources here said their party is in regular
consultation with Kreisky on the Middle Kast and other
issues.
Rabbi S'orman Shapiro
"Interfaith Forum" on Channel
two; and special educational
material that appears regularly in
The Jewish Floridian. From time
to time, special programs are pre-
pared and presented by the
Association on other television
stations and on radio.
The Community Chaplaincy
Service, sponsored by the
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion in association with the
Rabbinical Association of
Greater Miami, provides visita-
tion and spiritual counseling to
unaffiliated Jews in hospitals,
nursing homes, homes for retard-
ed, correctional and other institu-
tions.
The representative rabbinate
works with all major Jewish
organizations and for important
causes. At the same time, it is in
close contact with the school
authorities from elementary to
university, to keep them in-
formed of the sacred days of the
Jewish calendar and help
eliminate possible conflicts on
examinations, graduations and
other related matters.
Rabbi Solomon Schiff
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
Kreisky is pressing Bonn to take a more active role in
mediating the Arab-Israeli conflict, the sources said, and
their consultations often find expression in initiatives by
the Socialist International, currently headed by Brandt.
Brandt is presently in Vienna for meetings with Kreisky
and West German Chancellor Helmut Schmidt is ex-
pec-ted to go there in a few days.
Former SS
Officer on Trial
By DAVID KANTOR
PONN (JTA) A former
SS fficial accused of complicity
in tie deportation and murder of
Rumanian Jews during World
War II has gone on trial in
Frankenthal. According to the
State Prosecutor. Gustav
Richter, 69. contributed to the
"final solution" when he served
as an aide to the official responsi-
ble for the "Jewsih question" in
Rumania.
According to the prosecution,
the Reich Foreign Ministry
assigned Richter to Bucharest in
August. 1942 to convince the
Rumanian authorities to accept a
plan that would treat Rumanian
Jews in the same manner as Jswa
were treated in Germany. As a
result of Richter's activities, twr
transports were organized and a
total of 1,323 Rumanian Jew-
were rounded up and deported ir
September 1942. Of this group,
646 perished in Auschwitz.
Richter. who joined the Nazi
Party in 1934 and belonged to the
SS, was taken prisoner by the
Russians in 1944 and sentenced
to 25 years imprisonment. Rut
he was freed in 1955 and returned
to West Germany where he
worked for a Ludwigshafen firm
until his retirement in 1974. His
trial is expected to last a
minimum of six days and a ver-
dict is expected in Novermber
THF RABBINICAL Associa-
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interfaith activities and many
projects in cooperation with the
Catholic Archdiocese of Miami
and with the Metropolitan
Fellowship of Churches, the
Ministerial Association. the
National Conference of
Christians and Jews, the Inter-
faith Commission, and other
appropriate organizations.
The Association further pro-
vides opportunity for its own
membership to learn of special
programs and hear outstanding
lectures at its monthly meetings
and holds educational seminars
from time to time.
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Page 16-A The Jewish Floridian / Friday, September 25, 1981
Strategic Tie Okay
But It Must be 'Broad-Based'
JERUSALEM (JTA)
Defense Minister Ariel
Sharon declared that Israel
was prepared to accept a
"broad based" strategic re-
lationship with the United
States "across a wide
front," and if such a rela-
tionship was not offered, it
would prefer to forego the
idea of strategic coopera-
tion altogether.
Sharon made his remarks in
the course of a detailed briefing
to reporters on the meetings be-
tween Premier Menachem Begin
and President Reagan and other
U.S. Administration officials in
Washington.
The Israeli defense chief, who
accompanied Begin and waa
present at most of the sesions,
emphatically denied that Israel
had "reconciled itself" to the
American proposal to sell
AWACS reconnaissance planes
and other sophisticated
weaponry to Saudi Arabia as the
price for its closer strategic
relationship with the U.S.
SHARON, who returned to Is-
rael last weekend, fiercely de-
nounced the opposition Labor
Party for claiming that Begin
had abandoned his objections to
the AWACS deal and had agreed,
without consultation with the
Knesset, to place Israel's armed
forces at the disposal of the U.S.
Sharon accused Labor of making
false charges either out of
ignorance or a deliberate desire to
harm the government in the
midst of delicate negotiations.
Sharon lauded the Reagan Ad-
ministration and Begins conduct
in the talks. But he insisted that
Israel is "not interested in a nar-
row, limited cooperation." He
said a broad relationship must
inevitably "tie Israel's hands to a
certain extent" but Israel was
ready and eager for such a rela-
tionship and would undertake all
of the "responsibilities" implied
by it.
His remarks seemed to be
directed at statement and leaks
emanating from some Adminis-
tration quarters in Washington
that the proposed strategic coop-
eration with Israel would be
severely limited and restricted in
scope. This has been the cause of
some concern in official circles
here inasmuch as Begin did not
secure a written memorandum on
the subject while he was in
Washington.
BUT A U.S. official briefing
reporters here tried to allay fears
that the U.S. regarded strategic
cooperation with Israel as little
more than symbolic. The official,
not publicly identified, said the
Reagan Administration's readi-
ness for closer strategic ties with
Israel represented "a major shift
in perspective for the U.S."
He said that previous Admin-
istrations had been "ideologically
reluctant to recognize that Israel
and the U.S. have a lot to offer
each other." He noted that in the
weeks ahead, defense planning
teams from the two countries
would review in detail all of the
many and varied possibilities for
strategic cooperation.
Sharon will go to Washington
in November for meetings with
Defense Secretary Caspar Wein-
berger who, hopefully, wil be pre-
pared to sign a memorandum of
understanding formalizing the
arrangements worked out by the
defense planning teams, the
official said.
HE WAS reluctant, at this
juncture, to list the likely areas of
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plained in Washington about
continuing attacks by the Pales-
tine Liberation Organization on
the Christian forces of Maj. Saad
Haddad in southern Lebanon.
The US. official said that while
these were not formal violations
of the ceasefire, they were of
deep concern to the U.S. "We
hope, through third parties, to
have some influence on that
problem." he said.
Sharon added, on the subject
of Lebanon, that Israel bad
stressed to the American
leadership Lebanon's role today
as the main center of world-wide
terrorism.
cooperation but he appeared to
reflect positive American
reaction to the idea of Israeli
aerial "cover" for U.S. air and sea
transportation of strategic
material in an emergency.
Much of Sharon's briefing was
devoted to how Israel, by virtue
of its geographical location, its
stable government and its
sharing of the American Admin-
istration's view that Soviet ex-
pansionism represents the
greatest threat to the security of
the region, could be of immense
value to the U.S. in time of crisis.
In that connection, he mentioned
that Israel could facilitate Amer-
ican military operations directed
toward southern Europe or
toward the Persian Gulf area.
Sharon said an "understanding
in principle" had been reached
with the U.S. in aerial and sea
operations, the holding of joint
exercises and the stockpiling of
emergency military stores and
medical equipment and facilities
for the use of American forces in
the region.
HE SAID that in reaching that
understanding, Israel stressed
that its own industries must be
utilized wherever possible. He
explained that if the U.S. decided
to store military equipment here,
the ammunition in that store
would be manufactured in Israel
and. similarly, medical equip-
ment for American field hospitals
would be Israel-produced.
Sharon dwelt at length on the
Soviet manace which he said was
not solely a problem for the U.S.
on the superpower level but
constituted a real and direct se-
curity threat to Israel. Therefore,
he said, the Labor opposition
contention that the government
sacrificed Israel's strategic in-
terests to those of the U.S. was
unfounded. The aim was to dove-
tail the Reagan Administration's
global determination to restrain
the Soviets with Israel's prime
security concerns, he said.
The U.S. official who briefed
Israeli reporters disclosed that
the Begin-Reagan talks in Wash-
ington included a thorough re-
view of the situation in Lebanon
and that the two sides had
reached a measure of agreement
on an overall approach to that
complex issue.
HE INDICATED that Ameri-
can policy in the months ahead
would seek to foster efforts
toward political reconciliation in
Lebanon which were already un-
derway. At the same time, Wash-
ington would seek to bolster the
scope and power of the United
Nations Interim Force in Leba-
non (UNIFIL) and eventually
achieve a mutual scaling down of
heavy weaponry on both sides of
the Israel-Lebanon border.
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Page 1I8-A The Jewish Floridian / Friday, September 25. 1981
On Eve of Holy Days
U.S. Armed Forces Set to Hold Services
NEW YORK Jews in
the U.S. armed forces, their
families around the world
and patients in Veterans
Administration hospitals
will mark the Jewish New
Year (Rosh Hashanahl and
the Day of Atonement
(Yom Kippur) with help
from Jewish chaplains and
JWB's Commission on
Jewish Chaplaincy, accord-
ing to Rabbi Herschel
Schacter.
Rabbi Schacter. chairman of
the JWB Commission on Jewish
Chaplaincy, noted. "Since there
are only 44 full-time Jewish mili-
tary chaplains on active duty
with American forces and 11
more at Veterans Administration
hospitals, the commission will
help mobilize 246 civilian and
reserve rabbis as well as 172 lay
religious leaders to conduct Rosh
Hashanah and Yom Kippur serv-
ices at every base where Jews
serve.
"Services." Rabbi Schacter
said, "will take place in Europe at
bases in such countries as Spain.
Germany. Greece and Turkey. In
the Far East, there will be serv-
ices in Korea. Japan, the Philip-
pines and Okinawa."
THIS YEAR Rosh Hashanah
begins at sundown on Monday.
Sept. 28. and ends at dark on
Wednesday. Sept. 30. Yom Kip-
pur begins with the chanting of
Kol Nidre on the evening of
Wednesday. Oct. 7 and concludes
at nightfall the next day.
In accordance with the tradi-
tion of full support to the field,
the JWB Commission on Jewish
Chaplaincy provides JWB
calendars 1981-82. inspirational
literature. Selihoi (penitential
prayers) cassettes, and, as
needed, ram's horns (shofarim).
prayer shawls Italiotl and skull
caps Ikipot), according to Rabbi
Joseph B. Messing, director of
JWB's Armed Forces and Veter-
ans Services and the Commission
on Jewish Chaplaincy.
Traditionally, the first of the
services will occur on the island
of Guam in the South Pacific,
just east of the International
Date Line and since services
follow the sun. Pearl Harbor in
Hawaii will be the last base to
sound the shofar blast trumpet-
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Personnel at Ft. Wainwright
and Eielson Air Force Base will
hold services at Ft. Wainwright
with Rabbi Klein conducting.
The Jewish civilian community
at Fairbanks will be invited to
take part.
Personnel at other bases will
attempt to travel to either Fair-
banks or Anchorage, where the
military will be the guests of the
civilian community. Often this
will not be possible. In such cases
JWB and the Chaplaincy will
provide some supplies to outlying
personnel at bases across the
entire state. Some lonely out-
posts are above the Arctic Circle.
Others are closer to Siberia than
the "Lower 48." They represent
air force, army. navy, marine and
coast guard units.
Capt. Joel Messing, son of the
JWB's Rabbi Messing, serves as
lay leader at Ft. Wainwright.
The full-time and part-time
Jewish chaplains covering the
VA hospitals have made plans to
provide religious services for all
hospitalized veterans.
Ambulatory patients will be pro-
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services in the hospital chapels
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for you and uours in 5742
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Israel Reports Good Progress at Normalization Talks
By GILL SEDAN
JERUSALEM Israeli officials reported good
progress in negotiations between
Israeli and Egyptian specialists
to speed up and expand the nor-
malization process between the
two countries. The talks closed
here with the establishment of
joint committees among the 100
participants, each dealing with a
specific aspect of normalization.
According to Zvi Kedar, head
of the Foreign Ministry's Egyp-
tian division, agreement already
has been reached on the
establishment of direct telephone
and telex links between Israel
and Egypt and overland postal
deliveries on a daily basis.
FLIGHTS BETWEEN the
two countries will be increased
from four to five a week. It was
agreed to continue direct flights
form Israel to Sharm el-Sheikh
and to the Santa Catherine
Monastery after Israel completes
its withdrawal from Sinai next
April, Kedar reported. Both are
tourist attractions.
He said the Egyptians have
also agreed that trw Etzion air
base could be used as an interna-
tional airport to serve civilian
traffic to and from Eilat after
Israel evacuates. Israeli officials
said, however, that many details
have yet to be worked out
regarding air and land routes,
visas and other procedures re-
quired for crossing the border.
The progress made in the nor-
malization negotiations was
shadowed somewhat when it was
learned that Egyptian Agricul-
ture Minister Dr. Mahmoud
Daoud unexpectedly postponed
his visit. He was scheduled to
attend the Agritech agricultural
exhibit and to meet with officials
of Israel's Ministry of
Agriculture.
NO EXPLANATIONS were
available of the sudden change in
plans, but speculation was raised
that Egypt was expressing its
annoyance over the recent re-
marks by Israeli Chief of Staff
Gen. Rafael Eitan expressing
doubt about the stability of Pre-
sident Anwar Sadat's regime.
A spokesman for the Egyptian
Ministry said Daoud was forced
to postpone his visit because of
pressing business but would not
elaborate.
More Flexibility NeededDay an
If Autonomy is to Become Successful
MONTREAL Israel and
Egypt will each have to be more
flexible if the automony talks, re-
sumed Sept. 23 and 24, are to
succeed, former Foreign Minister
Moshe Dayan said here.
The Israeli diplomat also said
he welcomed the idea of joint
military exercises between Israel
and the U.S. and American use of
Israeli ports, airfields and
maintenance services which may
come about as a result of the
strategic cooperation agreed to
during Premier Menachem
Begin s meetings with President
Reagan in Washington.
Dayan, speaking to reporters
at a 1981 Combined Jewish
Appeal luncheon at the Shaar
Hashamayim synagogue,
covered a wide range of topics re-
lated to the Middle East. With
respect to the Reagan Admini-
stration's proposed sale of
AWACS reconnaissance aircraft
to Saudi Arabia, he warned: "If
at any time the AWACS in Saudi
hands spy on Israel and transmit
their intelligence to other Arab
nations, we would shoot them
down and go to war wtih them."
DAYAN SAID he detected "a
sign of maturity" in the Palestine
Liberation Organization's obser-
vance of the cease-fire on the
Lebanese border, although they
contimue to stockpile more
weapons and prepare for war. He
warned that "If they don't re-
spect the cease-fire we (Israel)
will enter the area they control
and clear it of all tanks and heavy
weapons." Dayan insisted that
Israel could never hold a dialogue
A First: Arab Delegates Fail
To Attack Israel at Confab
RIO DE JANEIRO For the
first time in many years, Israel
was not attacked by Arab dele-
gations at an international
gathering, this one the 10th
Congress of International Law in
Sao Paulo.
By unanimous vote of the 97
participating countries, some
4,000 delegates, resolutions
offered by the Israel delegation
were adopted. Among them that
oil should not be a tool of interna-
tional pressure; that terrorist
groups must be fought; that
human rights must be respected,
and free emigration guaranteed
from all countries.
The Arab delegations, in-
cluding that of Egypt, did not
participate in the voting. Their
delegations disappeared from the
meeting before the voting.
Jerusalem attorney Yitzhak
Menner, president of the Israel
Bar Association's council and
leader of the Israeli delegation to
the congress, was one of the nine
members of the resolutions com-
mittee. Prof. Amos Shapiro, dean
of Tel Aviv University's Law
School, was chairman of the
panel on human rights. Meir
Gabai, director general of Israel's
Ministry of Justice, was the
chairman of the technological and
economic committees.
with the PLO because its one aim
is the destruction of Israel by
terrorist means.
On the upcoming autonomy
talks, he cautioned that "unless
all parties, including Israel, show
more flexibility there will be no
result but another conference
followed by another conference."
Dayan implied criticism of
President Anwar Sadat's me-
thods of dealing with his oppo-
nents in Egypt. "Putting 1.500
people in jail is no solution."
But. he added. "Sadat is a strong
man and has the confidence of the
ordinary people and of his army
commanders in particular
ASKED ABOUT the chances
of Begin's narrowly-based coali
tion government staying in office
for a full four year term. Dayan
replied: "Theoretically, yes. I
can't think of any of his consti-
tuents breaking the coalition.
The people of Israel will judge
Begin on the way he acts in the
best interests of I srael ''
Alexander Mayer, chairman of
the Combined Jewish Appeal,
said that despite the tremendous
financial difficulties encountered
by the Jewish communtiy. the re-
sults of this year's campaign will
surpass last year's by about 16
percent.
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mes Up 50 Senators Against AWACS
DAVID FRIEDMAN
ISHINGTON -
- Sen. Bob Pack-
(R., Ore.) has in-
L>d a sharp resolu-
reject the Reagan
listration's proposed
|f AWACS reconnais-
jircraft and other so-
cated mihtary equip -
[to Saudi Arabia. The
resolution has 51 co-
sponsors, a majority of the
Senate. Pack wood and Sen.
Henry Jackson (D., Wash.)
said that six other Senators
would also vote for the res-
olution.
They told a press conference
that it would be impossible now
for President Reagan to turn that
many votes around and warned
that if the President insists on
Disturbing Dream: What If
[WACS Fell into Soviets Hands?
itinued from Page 4-A
Saudi Arabia than the
Poor, defenseless Saudi
it is 100 times as big as
ite of Israel (873.000
liles to Israel's8.200)and
s as populous (10,000,000
s rot quite 4,000.000).
lespite all the vast acreage
1st expanse of oil wells,
Vrabia has a regular army
^r 60.000, supplemented by
of only 35.000 para-mili-
roops. Are there techni-
nong them, one wonders.
ftuld get the hang of the
CS and made use of the
J air machines to defend
lArabia? Apparently not.
bough it already possesses
VCS thanks to earlier U.S.
cence, our current AW AC
klLs for Americans to be on
khts of the AWACS from
ar of delivery, 1985. until
IN WHILE, the debate
le projected AW AC trans-
heats up in Congress.
Dstitution has until Oct. 30
ppt a resolution disap-
! (he sale. Senator Daniel
an of New York has
a filibuster against the
1'iH ol ihe AWACS from
to Saudi Arabia He re-
Ihe deal as misconceived
and likely to contribute to Middle
East instability.
Fearing escalation of arms for
both Israel and Saudi Arabia,
Sen. Claiborne Pell of Rhode Is-
land is co-sponsoring a resolution
of disapproval of the AWAC
deal. And Congressman Stephen
Solar/ of New York has scored a
strong point in reminding the de-
bating lawmakers that 'he value
of the new proposed equipment to
Saudi Arabia is almost two-
thirds that of all the military
equipment Washington has sold
Israel these past 30 years of non-
peace.
President Reagon has posted a
set of four objectives to convince
Congress that the AWAC sale is
an American must: 1 the deal
is calculated to continue stable
and secure access to much-needed
oil: 2 the deal will pin a clamp
on Soviet influence: 3 the pro-
ject in the President's judgment,
will bolster the security of friend-
ly states in the Middle East,
Israel included: 4 movement of
the flock of air weapons to Saudi
Arabia will demonstrate U.S.
constancy and resolve in sup-
porting overall regional security.
Keep the Congressional debate
in mind. You'll be sorry if you
miss it.
the arms package aa proposed, he
will be rebuffed.
JACKSON SAID he would
consider changes that would pro-
vide the AWACS to Saudi
Arabia under the same conditions
they are provided to NATO,
meaning under complete Ameri-
can control.
But Packwood said he would
vote for no arms to the Saudis
because "I see no evidence that
Saudi Arabia wants to further
the peace process." He contended
that if the Saudis wanted to they
could move the peace process for-
ward.
Jackson said that if the Reag-
an Administration was to deny
Israel the strategic cooperation
announced last week because the
AWACS deal is rejected, the U.S.
would have to be "absolute
fools." According to Jackson, if
the Soviet Union threatened the
region, Israel could have 700,000
troops ready immediately while
the Saudis couldn't manage to
field a regiment.
PACKWOOD noted that last
June he initiated a letter signed
by 55 Senators urging the Reag-
an Administration to withdraw
the Saudi arms package. He said
he heard nothing from the Ad-
ministration until it submitted
its proposal which was the same
that the 55 Senators told it they
didn't want.
The Senate has already re-
ceived informal notification of the
proposed sale and is expected to
receive formal notification before
the end of this month. It will then
have 30 days to reject the deal. A
vote on Packwood's resolution is
not expected until the Senate
Foreign Relations Committee
completes its hearings on the
arms package scheduled to begin
later this month.
Brailowsky Flown to Internal
Exile from Moscow Prison
NEW YORK -'(JTAfc-Dr. Viktor Brailovsky, held in
a Moscow prison since his June trial for "anti-Soviet defa-
mation," has been flown out to internal exile in an area
notorious in Czarist times as a place where political
prisoners were sent to expire by slow death, according to
the Student Struggle for Soviet Jewry and Union of
Councils for Soviet Jews. The 46-year-old unofficial Jew-
ish cultural leader and cyberneticist was taken to the town
of Beindinen Gosdinidsa, in Kazakastan, near the Iranian
border on the Caspian Sea.
The unusual fact that Brailovsky was flown into
exile, rather than taken by very slow prisoner railway
convoy, may indicate a serious deterioration in his health,
the SSSJ and UCSJ said.
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Page 22-A The Jewish Floridian / Friday. September 25,1981
A Rabbinic View
Law Forbids Selling Guns to Criminals
By BEN GALLOB
A Yeshiva University
scholar, in an open letter to
the Jewish owner of a
Dallas pawnshop where the
handgun used in the at-
tempt to assassinate Presi-
dent Reagan was pur-
chased, has declared that
Jewish law forbids pro-
viding criminals "with the
tools of their trade."
The open letter, which ap-
peared in a recent issue of Sh'mo,
was prompted by a report in
Time magazine that Isaac Gold-
stein, owner of Rocky*s Pawn-
shop, was "giving serious con-
sideration to discontinuing the
sale of handguns in your estab-
lishment."
Prof. J. David Bleich wrote,
"No doubt, the recent attempt
upon the life of President Reagan
is prompting such soulsearching
not only on your part, as pro-
prietor of the store which sold
that particular gun but on the
part of countless gun dealers as
well." He added, "Permit me to
draw attention to one aspect of
Jewish teaching which should
figure prominently in such delib-
erations."
BLEICH commented on a
sticker on the pawnshop which
reads: "Guns Don't Cause
Crimes Any More Than Flies
Cause Garbage." The scholar
cited Maimonides as one authori-
ty who would disagree "emphati-
cally" with such a disclaimer.
The scholar wrote that Maimoni-
des had declared: "It is forbidden
to sell heathens weapons of war."
"In explaining the premise
upon which this provision of
Jewish law is based. Maimonides
tells us that in selling arms to a
heathen, 'one strengthens the
hands of an evil-doer and causes
him to transgress' and 'anyone
who causes one who is blind with
regard to a matter to stumble. .
or one who strengthens the hand
of a person who is blind and does
not see the path of truth because
of the desire of his heart violates
a negative precept.' and it is
stated 'You shall not put a
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Bleich added that "this precept
was understood by the sages as
an admonition designed to pro-
tect not only the physically blind
but the intellectually and morally
blind as well."
He wrote. "The Torah forbids
us to mislead the blind and there-
by cause them to stumble. We are
forbidden to give the uninformed
misinformation or poor advice;
we are forbidden to prey upon, or
pander to, the predilections of the
morally blind."
BLEICH asserted that "Jew-
ish law recognizes that indis-
criminate sale of weapons cannot
fail to endanger the public." add-
ing that, "as the bearers of an
ageless moral code, Jews ought
to be in the vanguard of those
seeking to impress upon our
legislators that handguns are in-
deed stumbling blocks' which
must not fall into the hands of
the blind.' Criminals do commit
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crimes and it is precisely because
'morally blind' criminals are dis-
posed to crime that Judaism
teaches that it is forbidden to
provide them with the tool* of
their trade.". t .
Commenting on the garbage
sign, a variant of the gun lobby's
contention that it is not weapons,
but people that kill. Bleich wrote:
"Yea. Mr. Goldstein, flies do not
cause garbage, but garbage does
attract flies. Guns may not cause
crime but crimea of violence can-
not be committed without tools
of violence. Self-restraint in the
sale of weapons ia a small enough
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Control Proposed
WACS Owner Plan With Arabs
Friday, September 25,1981 / The Jewish Floridian Page 23-A
friedman
[ton -
jtary of State
ig rejected a
| proposal by
inn (D., Ohio)
. and Saudi
"joint" own-
mtrol of the
reconnais-
the Reagan
proposes to
is.
ig before the
?n Relations
the $8.5 billion
i-h includes the
inder missiles
equipment for
F-15 fighter-
>rked out after
by both the
Administra-
snts "the op-
it."
idence that the
ct the propos-
le believed the
arrangements
meet the con
itors. He said
icials will be
se proposals
ch Senator.
rarned the corn-
is at "stake" in
I on the proposal
ipability to de-
that will ad-
ist peace and
to the region
Union and its
imed the Sena-
ting the foreign
lerican Preai-
can control to quickly meet any
threat to the region. He main-
tained, however, that the best
possible solution would be to
continue the four AWACS now in
Saudi Arabia under American
ownership and control. He said
he would agree to keep them
there for at least 10 years with
the U.S. picking up the entire
cost.
Haig said the U.S. now has the
means to meet any outside threat
to the region. He said the
AWACS were not. being sold to
the Saudis to protect them from
the Soviet Union but from
regional dangers such as surro-
gates of the Soviets, a Khomeini-
like Islamic fundamentalist
movement or the new tripartite
entente agreed to by South
Yemen, Ethiopia and Libya.
Sen. John Biden (D., Del.) said
the real threat to Saudi Arabia is
from Palestinian oil workers who
could blow up the oil fields. He
said these Palestinians could
force the Saudis to participate in
any future Middle East war using
AWACS and F-15s. Biden also
noted that Israeli Defense Minis-
ter Ariel Sharon told the commit-
tee last week that "as soon as
these planes fly we will shoot
them down."
HAIG INSISTED there was
no Palestinian threat to the Sau-
dis but on the contrary, the Sau-
dis had influence with the Pales-
tinians. He repeatedly cited the
help Saudi Arabia rendered in ar-
ranging the cease-fire in Lebanon
and indicated that the Saudis
would be helpful in the Middle
East peace process. He observed
that Saudi Arabia already has
been helpful in the new U.S.-
Pakistani arms agreement.
Haig rejected a suggestion by
Sen. Richard Lugar (D., Ind.)
that instead of selling arms to ,
Saudi Arabia the U.S. increase
its military bases in the Middle
East. The Secretary of State
Th king It moat grateful, but thl time It's only an oil price wart
The Argus
noted that this was no longer
possible because of the desire of
the nations in that region to pro-
tect their own national indepen-
dence.
He said that just as Israeli
Premier Menachem Begin
stressed here last week that
Israel wanted to defend itself and
not depend on foreign troops, so
did Saudi Arabia and Egypt as
well.
Administration Still
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proposal if it
be defeated in
told by Haig,
pge we anticip-
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Administration
compromise
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the chamber
led sale. Glenn
the hearing,
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[the Saudis are
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HE wanted to
under Ameri-
WASHINGTON -
(JTA) The Reagan Ad-
ministration continues to
imply that Congressional
rejection of its proposal to
sell Saudi Arabia AWACS
and other sophisticated
weapons might affect the
new strategic cooperation
agreement between Israel
and the United States
worked out during Premier
Menachem Begin's visit to
Washington.
This statement, according to
Fischer, is that "the failure of the
Senate to sustain the AWACS
sale would be a major setback to
U.S. policy in the Middle East."
He added that "it would have
serious implications for overall
policy in the area.'' ,
BUT FISCHER denied there
was any "linkage" between the
AWACS sale and the strategic
agreement. He said the Haig
statement did not contradict a
statement by State Department
Deputy spokesman Alan Rom-
berg that there was "no strict
conditionally" between approval
of the AWACS sale and imple-
mentation of the strategic coop-
eration agreement. However,
Fischer noted that rejection of
the AWACS sale would have im-
plications for a "good many
strategic considerations" in the
Middle East.
Fischer said Haig discussed
the AWACS and the strategic
cooperation with Begin when the
two held a surprise meeting in
New York shortly before the Pre-
mier left the country to return to
Israel. But he said he could not
divulge any details about the
meeting. Haig asked for the
meeting, postponing a scheduled
State Department reception for
West Berlin Mayor Richard von
Weizsaecker.
The Department spokesman
said the meeting was held to "re-
view the results" of Begin's 10-
day visit to the U.S. and Haig's
four-day trip to Europe, in-
cluding his meeting in Spain with
Crown Prince Fahd of Saudi
Arabia. (Begin, who has returned
to Israel, declined to discuss his
meeting with Haig.
AT THE same time Fischer
denied that he had told reporters
while briefing them in Europe
that Fahd had raised no objec-
tions to the U.S.-Israeli strategic
cooperation agreement. The
Saudis had denounced this re-
port.
Fischer said that he told re-
porters that Fahd had expressec
support when Haig discussed
U.S. efforts to enhance regional
security in the Middle East. He
said that Haig had also talked
about the complementary Saudi
efforts and the U.S.-Israeli agree-
ment in the context of meeting
the Soviet threat to the region.
Haig was expected to be
closely questioned about these
issues when he testified before
the Senate Foreign Relations
Committee on general U.S. for-
eign policy. He was expected to
make a strong statement in sup-
port of the AWACS sale, al-
though the Committee's official
hearings on that issue were not
expected till later this month.
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Rosh Hashanah
The Dawn Of Conscience
Ruth Shack To Receive
Human Relations Award
By RABBI
BERNARD S. RASKAS
THE TERM Rosh Hashanah.
terallv "head," or beginning of
year, is found once through-
it the Bible (Ezekiel 40:1) and
ten there it does not appear to
| .the first day of the year.
the bible it is described as
torn Teruah "a day of blowing
be horn" This is the basic rea-'
pn 'hat we sound the shofar on
his day.
The designation commonly
id is clearly enunciated in
shra "The first day of Tishrai
Rosh Hashanah (New Year) for
nckoning of years. By tra-
in mi Rosh Hashanah sym-
li/i s creation and becomes the
lirthday of the world" as well as
lurthday" of human beings.
ilike the New Year celebrations
' most peoples, characterized by
velry and hilarity, Rosh
1 nah is observed with a
ilemnity that is marked by
iver, contemplation and self-
fcarching.
[ OFTEN THE question is
I if the earth is more than
t lion years old why. then,
i Rosh Hashanah. the beginning
[the Jewish New Year, referred
) as the day when the world was
gated'1 Since the Jewish caJen-
l than 5.800 years old.
explanation is that Jews cele-
Rosh Hashanah the time
run -, ortUd history began,
tut 5.800 years ago.
fThough the earth is of a far
man's career as cave
relk-r some 100.000 years
ibout 10.000 years ago
t i arned agriculture, but
I the bat five-and-a-half
i nia do we have demon-
human responsibility to
humans So it is that on
l-hanah. appropriately
> celebrate the anni-
the dawn of con-
I
I e lir--t episode in the
ii h highlights clear
and man's ac-
y for his actions is the
Ii Btory in which God
Where is Abel your
lins reply is. "Am I
keeper'.'" The
answer of the Bible is that we are
our brothers keeperrs. for God's
reply is, "The blood of your brot-
her is crying out to Me." This
phrase represents the first state-
ment of conscience, and with it
begins the history of civilization.
THE DOMINANT theme and
motif of these days is the trial.
Our conscience is placed on trial.
The trial image sharpens our self
awareness and judgment that
flows from the idea that we must
review our deeds, both good and
bad. during the past year. The
trial begins on Rosh Hashanah
and reaches its climax on Yom
Kippur.
However, the uniqueness of
this trial is that the verdict can
be influenced by genuine contri-
tion. Increased prayer, charity
giving and acts of repentance
tend to lessen the evil verdict or -
even to reverse. In Jewish
theology sincere return to noble
and good living is the surest sign
of genuine repentance.
The Hebrew word for "repent-
ance" is teshuvah. But it is also
interesting to note that, literally.
teshuvah means "return." This
teaches us that atonement in
Judaism implies returning to the
right direction in life.
A Hasidic rebbe once asked.
"If you are going East and
suddenly you want to travel
West, how far do you have to go?
His congregants gave him many
complex answers, but the rebbe
himself answered his own
question in this way. "If you are
going East and suddenly you
want to go West, all you have to
do is turn around. It is as simple
as that."
ON ROSH HASHANAH we
confront our conscience, and we
hope to turn into finer human
beigns It is the uniqueness of
Judaism to have fashkined a holy
day out of the first day of the new
year as the proper occasion to do
this That is why Anatole I^eroy-
Beaulieu, t he Trench author, once
wrote. "Conscience is like
charity, introduced it into the
world Rosh Hashanah marks
the birthday of that introduction.
A Seven Arts Feature
Rosh
Hashanah
5742
the
BY RABBI
JHIS IS the day of
Ition of the world. This is the
[on *vhnh all the creatures of
earth stand under judg-
* Ihese are phrases from
m*v,r the Hebrew
prtKN,k that is used for the
the Jewish people on
P Hashanah. the Jewish New
which begins at sundown
ening, Sept. 28.
h! H^h Hol'days of Rosh
ian"h. dimaxed bv Yom
the Day of Atonement.
'""'' 'lays that express the
Jr. ""man need for self-
. taking inventory
u Wd then seeking
"ing and repentance
' s individual and
I the better.
M) than perhaps in
Hashanah in
ittow of corrup-
d and selfish

.....N lous
f
'"oral judg
roriKdoing. and
determination to change for the
better are more than simple reli-
gious pieties. These spiritual
disciplines are the very pivot of a
just and civil society.
The Jewish holy days also
underscore how precarious hu-
man existence is "Who shall live
and who shall die" are recurring
themes in the Jewish prayers,
and this year they take on
compelling meaning. For human
life continues to be expendable
through nuclear proliferation, op-
pression and tragic conflicts in
Ireland, the Middle East, terror-
ism of the PLO. Somalia. Argen
Una. the Soviet Union, and else-
where.
In the face of such widespread
human suffering. Rosh Hashanah
encourages us to do whatever we
can to help redeem and he
anguished world through acts ,,t
moral courage, decency, kindnc is
and caring for human lives Ma)
all our readers be inscribed fo: I
good, and above all, a peaceful
New Year.
A Seven Arts Feature
Metropolitan Dade County
Commisioner Ruth Shack will re-
ceive the Human Relations
Award of the American Jewish
Committee at a dinner in her
honor on Sunday, 6 p.m., at the
Fontainebleau Hilton Hotel.
Miami Beach. The event will be
hosted by the Greater Miami
Chapter of the American Jewish
Committee. Samuel J. Rabin and
IxHinard Selkowitz are chairper-
sons of the award dinner.
Commissioner Shack, who
served as chairperson of the
SALT II Treaty Steering
Committee for Dade County, was
chairperson and convenor of the
Dade County Women's Political
Caucus. A long-time member of
the Executive Board of the
Greater Miami YWCA. Shack
was chairperson of ERA1974.
SHE HAS been a leading force
in the cultural affairs of the com-
munity for many years, serving
Ruth Shack
as a member of the Florida Phil-
harmonic Board and as a trustee
of the Greater Miami Opera As-
sociation, as well as a trustee of
the Metropolitan Museum and
Arts Centers and the Center for
the Fine Arts.
Guest speaker at the gala din-
ner in honor of Commissioner
Shack will be attorney Lester
Hyman. He is a member of the
National Board of Governors of
the American Jewish Committee.
He served as chief assistant and
policy adviser to Massachusetts
Gov. Endicott Peabody and as
Massachusetts Commissioner of
Commerce and Development.
Involved in the issues of new
imigrant groups to the U.S.,
Hyman was chairman of the AJC
National Task Force on Immi-
gration and Refugee Policy. He
was president of the National
Democratic Forum and was re-
cently appointed to the Board of
Directors of the Center for Demo-
cratic Policy.
Dinner meeting hosted by Dr. and Mrs. George Wise at their Miami Beach home this week wel-
comed Maj. Gen. Shlomo Lahat, mayor of Tel Auiv-Yaffo. Principals, from the left, include Dr.
Wise, who was officially designated as an Honorary Citizen of Tel Aviv on the occasion of his
75th anniversary; Samuel Adler, former CJA-IEF chairman for greater Miami, Mayor Maurice
Ferre of Miami, who presented his Israeli counterpart with the key to the city; Philip Warren,
incoming general chairman of the 1982 CJA-IEF drive and vice president of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation; and Mayor Lahat.
Dr. Wise Functions Honor
Tel Aviv Mayor Visit
Maj. Gen. Shlomo Lahat,
mayor of Tel Aviv-Yaffo, visited
South Florida last weekend to
meet with Jewish community
leaders concerning a decision to
establish the national headquar-
ters of the American Committee
for the Tel Aviv Development
Fund in Miami Beach.
Dr. and Mrs. George S. Wise
hosted a dinner and luncheon
honoring Mayor Lahat at their
home and Westview Country
Club, and the retire Israeli ar-
mored corps commander held a
news conference during two days
of crowded meetings.
Mayor Lahat, a member of the
Liberal party which is a part of
the Likud coalition headed by
Prime Minister Menachem
Begin, outlined Israel's ob-
jections to the sale of American
AWACS spy planes to Saudi
Arabia.
"But I wish to make it clear
that we, as Israelis, are not ad-
vising the various arms of the
United States government as to
what they should do regarding
the proposed sale. I am simply
stating the military and political
reasons for not placing these
sophisticated weapons in the
hands of an unstable government
which not only does not recognize
the State of Israel, but also is a
major supporter of the PLO,"
Lahat said.
He received the key to the City
of Miami from Mayor Maurice
Fern, and mentioned close
ties betv tier M ii and
Tel Aviv "In fact, one of the rea-
sons I am here is to promote
tourism to Tel Aviv, which is
sliehtlv down this summer be-
cause of many of the same rea-
sons inflation and the de-
creased value of European
currency which have already
adversely affected tourism to
South Florida." Lahat said.
He reviewed the purposes of
the Tel Aviv Development Fund,
which are to provide such faci-
lities as libraries, community
centers, day care centers, sports
centers, youth centers, parks,
tropical gardens, renovation of
housing and revitalization of
neighborhoods.
"We are thrilled that the first
major American Israeli-oriented
organization to establish national
headquarters outside of New
York or Washington is the Tel
Aviv Development Fund. We
have been encouraged by the
support of many business, civic
and religious leaders who have
pledged cooperation in this ef-
fort," Lahat said.
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Rosh Hashanah
Ushered In Monday
1
As the sunsets Monday evening, Jews all over the =
| world gather to observe the Jewish New Year, Rosh =
Hashanah. one of the most ancient and sacred days in |
! their history.
The commandments for the observance of the holiday =
I are described in the Biblical Book of Leviticus, compiled |
! 3,000 years ago. According to the Hebrew calendar, the |
year 1981 is the Hebrew year 5742.
Synagogues and Temples throughout the area v ill |
have special services throughout the High Holy Day sea- f
= son. =
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ragez-t5 The Jewish r londian/Friday,September25, 1981
A New Prayer For The Campus
By RABBI MARK KRAM,
Director B'nai
B nth HUM Foundation
University of Miami
From time to time, especially
during summer vacations, I try
to make something of beauty out
of two blocks of wood. My
friends tell me that sometimes I
even succeed. If I select new
wood for a project, I am able to
get clean saw cuts, smooth sand-
ing jobs, and neat finishes.
But if I were simply to use
what 1 had already available in
my shop, I would find a totally
different quality. Older wood is
less maleable, dryer, and often
harder to work with.
A BEAUTIFUL midrash
exists in our tradition which
speaks of the flexibility of
young twigs on a vine. Just as
these twigs are flexible and easy
to curve, so is the wood that is
fresh easier to use in woodwork-
ing. The midrash goes as
follows: I f you do not bend the
twig of a vine when it is young,
you cannot bend it when it
hardens." (Midrash Mishle)
And I suppose that this fact,
when applied to the lives of new
Jewish students coming to the
university, has been the central
reason for choosing Hillel as my
work in the rabbinate.
The actual time students spend
on the college campus is very
brief. Not all of the four years at
college is spent on campus when
one considers time away for sum-
mer, winter, and spring vaca-
tions. In that short period of
time, students will be making
crucial life choices for both their
life's work, and possibly their fu-
ture mate.
These students are "new
vines": growing in different
directions, holding on to class,
reaching, spreading out in their
interests, trying to find a solid
anchoring place into which they
can sink the "roots" of their
interests.
AS THEY grow, through the
sophomore, junior and senior
years, they, like the vine of the
midrash, "harden" in their likes
and dislikes. They attach them-
selves more strongly to fewer
parts of the spectrum, finding sa-
tisfaction in selected activities.
My task, therefore, is to "bend
the vine" of my students' lives in
Judaism's direction by offering a
smorgasbord of Jewish pro-
grams, training student leaders,
urging, pushing, and creating
Jewish involvement on the cam-
pus. Some students are attracted
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while others participate in Israeli
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With this in mind, I face the
new year on campus. I pray for
the sensitivity to listen to my
students expressed interests, and
to direct them in appropriate
directions; for the opportunities
to uplift, inspire, and encourage
them through their search for
meaningful Jewish "P^encesj
for the opportunity to direct
them (bend them) into a Jewish
direction; above all, to help them
find sustenance in our wonderful
tradition.
Amen.
Flagler Federal Releases Survey
Dade county residents feel
much more strongly on the need
for limiting immigration than
Americans as a whole, according
to a survey just released by Flag-
ler Federal Savings and Loan As-
sociation.
A recent national poll on the
subject showed that 65 percent of
the respondents wanted strong
immigration restrictions. The
poll conducted for the Flagler
Federal Express newsletter
showed that a whopping 86.2
percent of Dade residents want
strict adherence to existing legal
immigration quotas.
That overwhelming figure
compared to 35.5 percent who
would admit political refugees.
22.5 percent who would admit
economic refugees, and 39.9 per
cent who would admit religious
refugees.
Dr. Harold C. Peters, who con-
ducted the poll for Flagler
Federal, said the survey didn t
include a category offered spon
uneously by many of those
called no more refugee imimi-
gration at all.
The greater Miami Jewish Federation Women's Division wit
host a series of informational Open Houses in locations
throughout Greater Miami during the week of October |.|
Pictured at a recent planning meeting for Open House speaktn
are (seated, left to right) Mikki Futernick, Women's Division
Leadership Development vice president; Rosetta Bierma\
Open House chairman; (standing left to right) Bluma Mareja
Women's Division past South Dade Campaign chairman.
Maxine Schwartz, GMJF Super Sunday co-chairman; and
Nancy Lipoff, Women's Division president.

:

A Kosher Chronicle
FROM HELL-MANN'S"/BEST POODS" REAL MAYONNAISE'
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1/4 cup sugar
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1 tspsalt
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Friday. September 25.1981 / The Jewish Floridian Page 3-B
Fromberg To Address B'nai B'rith
H. Fromberg, in-
vice president of
Malcolm
Ljnational vice F. ,.=. v,
fenai B'rith. will address mem
L, of the Miami Beach lodge of
TL B'rith Friday, at a 1 p.m.
r .in jn the civic auditorium of
,100 Lincoln Road Building.
Fromberg. himself a past
-ident of the Beach lodge and
-ner president of B'nai B'rith
District 5 which embraces the en-
St South and Washington, DC.
til) discuss the proposed sale of
American AWACS planes to
feaudi Arabia. B'nai B'nth In-
traational is on record in oppo-
sition to the sale, and Fromberg
iaj been lobbying members of
Congress to vote against the
leagan Administration proposal.
A member of the American
Bionist Federation and president
tf the Temple Emanu-El Family
league. Fromberg is an attorney
Lid graduate accountant. He also.
t a leader of the Anti-Defama-1
lion League and Hillel Commis-
sion of B'nai B'rith. He also is a
member of the National Fund
rampaipi Cabinet, and heads the
bud-raising efforts of the B'nai
frith Foundation in Florida.
(iershon Miller. Beach at
ornev and is president of the
dge's Friday weekly meetings
ior more than 20 years.
Judge Moore
Robing Monday
[judge F.dward Moore, former
|ty attorney of South Miami.
I be sworn in as Dade County's
kwest circuit court judge Mon-
ty, at a 12 15 p.m. investiture in
purtroom Four-Two of the Dade
burthouse.
Judge Moore was appointed by
pvernor Bob Graham to fill one
I the four new circuit court seats
Itablished by the 1981 session of
|e Florida -Mate legislature, fol-
ding In- selection by the Judi-
I Nominal ing Committee.
[Chief Judge Gerald We-
lenngton a 11 swear in Judge
I ind Circuit Court Judge
illiam \ II.Tin will offer the
I- Joe Unger, president
idl ( I intj liar \ss Mai let Cn po, president of
in- \nutrican Bar
r. preeentativs of
lai and South Miami
I Block also will speak
: iture, which is open
Hh.-geiier.il public.
ng will be done by Judge
wife, Edith, with sons
oben and Richard, Ixith Dade
Attorneys, and Daniel, a busi-
executrve assisting. The
pdge 9 mother. Ida. will hold the
Bmil> bible
An attorney here for 31 years.
ludge Moore is a graduate of the
Vnhreraity of Miami School of
Law and received his undergra-
duate degree from Northeastern
University in Boston
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BETH DIN OFFICE
OF FLORIDA
RABBI
DR. TIBORH. STERN
Senior Othodox Rabbi
ALL LEGAL
RABBINIC MATTERS
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Chabad-Lubavitch of Florida's
expanding activities in the Miami
area include Neshei Chabad. the
women's division of Chabad.
The group is composed of crea-
tive women who, in addition to
their personal responsibilities of
home and family, as well as out-
side careers, are dedicated to the
community development.
"The work of Neehei Chabad is
multi-faceted." according to
Neshei Chabad although its
"Primary emphasis is on Jewish
education for all age groups, the
B. Council Ok's New Reynolds Plan
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hotel and shopping plaza on
Miami Beach with two 60-story
towers and a maze of under-
ground walkways were presented
to the Miami Beach City Council
this week.
The complex will have 1.600
hotel rooms and seating for 6,000
convention visitors when
completed.
The City commission gave an
informal go-ahead to negotiate a
contract with the developer. Rey-
nolds Construction Company of
New York. Reynolds, a subsidi-
ary of the Israeli firm, Soleh
Boneh International Limited,
was the only one of five develop-
ers to come through with plans
for the hotel complex.
Reynolds envisions building
two slender 60-story glass
towers, one to house the 1,600-
room hotel and the other for
office space, a trade mart and
shopping mall.
The $350-million complex
would be financed by a consorti-
um of international banks, said
Eliayahu Porat, deputy chairman
of Reynolds.
Hatikvah Hadassah Receives Charter
Hatikvah. a new Kendall-area
Hadassah group, officially be-
came the 31st chapter in the
Zionist organization's Miami
region with the presentation and
signing of its charter at the
group's "Israeli Night" cele-
bration last week.
The charter-signing ceremony
was followed by the installation
of officers. Inducted were Bar
bara Brockman. president, and
vice presidents Jill Hershbein
(administrative). Ellen Hodkin
(education). Bonnie Salmon
(fundraising). Lucille Goldberg
(membership) and Diane Taub
(programming). Treasurer Susan
Hunter and Secretaries Sherry
Apelker (membership dues and
financial). Brenda Freed (record-
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(corresponding) were also sworn
into office.
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home of member Sherry Apelker
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motto is "Jewish Women for
Jewish Survival-' and meets two
Monday evenings a month for
educational, as well as social
functions. Neshei Chabad of
North Dade has also instituted a
nursing home visitation program,
and plans to expand its scope of
activities to area hospitals as
well.
One of the recent projects of
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Torah." a project initiated by the
Lubavitcher Rebbe Shlita. to
unite Jewish children throughout
the world "in an unprecedented
expression of Jewish solidarity,
thereby kindling their Jewish
awareness and identity." accord-
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JKRUSALEM (JTA) -
Mystery surrounds an ancient
tunnel uncovered near the West-
em Wall in the Old City, leading
in the direction to the presumed
site of the Second Temple. It has
sharpened further the dispute be-
ttreei) the two Chief Rabbis on
the one hand and the National
Religious Party Ministers, ar-
chaeologists and the academic
community on the other.
The news was first made
known when Israel Radio re-
ported that Rabbi Yehuda Meir
Getz. the rabbi of the Western
Wall, had discovered the tunnel a
month ago while he was In-
vestigating a seepage of water
near the ancient wall. He cleared
awav debris and found the tunnel
which is more that five yards
wide and 10 yards high.
HE CLAIMED that it was one
of the durances to the Temple,
ie used by theCohanim
He informed \-h
Chief Rabbi Shlomo
JGoren who gave him permission
Ministry of Religious Af-
rki rs to dear away the
mud and -ilt Goran imposed
crec) on the operation
but later reportedly informed
I then Religious Affairs Minister
\haron Kbu Hat/.eira of the find
aring work
When th. report was broad-
i : terior and Religious Af-
Minister Yoaef Burg ex-
Ipressed prise and anno> ance
kers trom his Ministry
jed by Geti without
Ihi- knowledge that the tunnel
I Education and Cul-
Itur.i! Minister Zcvulun
Hammei also expressed amain-
I and anger that the Depart
Iment ol Archaeology and An-
|ti(|uities. which is under his juris-
iiction, had not been informed
and had not issued the license
ecjuind before such work can be
buried out
Goren is feuding with both
NHP Ministers about his in-
lunction banning work at the
Tity of David dig. Neither Burg
M Hammer have accepted the
Injunction as the final word on
the matter
Archaeologists, who have not
been allowed near the tunnel site,
say they have known for some
time that such a tunnel existed.
It was first charted by a British
explorer in the last century and
even named on maps after him.
MOST ARCHAEOLOGISTS |
say it is doubtful that the tunnel
was a Temple entrance. They are
united in saying that it is un-
likely any remnants of the Sec-
ond Temple would ever be found
because records of that period
and subsequent reports show
that the entire Temple area was
razed to the ground and ploughed
under by the Romans.
Goren appeared to agree with
some of the archaeologists when
he said that the tunnel was
"probably not an entrance but a
water conduit or a reservoir"
which he said would fill up again
with water during the winter rain
season But Goren. who visited
the site, went to the mikvah
(ritual batht before entering the
tunnel to recite Psalms.
The Chief Rabbi has barred re-
porters and archaeologists trom
the rite, s,lying only Get! can
allow visitors since he is the
Gables Technion
Will Hear
Prof. Ellen Bourn
The Miami Coral (iables Chap-
ter. Womens Division of Tech-
nion will hold its first member-
ship meeting on Monday.
October 6 at 12:30 p.m.. at
Temple Judea
(iuest speaker, Professor Ellen
Baum. wuT review the work of
Jedudah Halevi. author, poet and
philosopher Ms. Baum is an at-
torney and profesosor of
Humanities at the University of
Miami.
Mrs. Olga Issenberg is presi-
dent of the Chapter and Mrs.
Ethel Semaker is program chair-
man. Ms. Mildred Schwartz is
publicity chairman.
"baal habayit" (owner) there.
This has been disputed by Ham-
mer who asserted that any an-
cient site automatically comes
under the jurisdiction of the An-
tiquities Department, and not the
rabbinate.
MAYOR Teddy Kollek of
Jerusalem has expressed fears of
negative reactions by Arabs and
Moslems when they learn that
the work on the tunnel is pro-
ceeding under the Temple Mount
and near the foundations of the
I )ome of the Rock mosque.
Some reports note that this
fear was the basis for the ab-
solute secrecy imposed by Goren.
But some observers say the news
has now been leaked to the press
to take pressure off the dispute
on the City of David dig.
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The committee has been
selected for the New Life Dinner
honoring humanitarian and
philanthropist Jack Chester,
scheduled for October 10 at the
Fontainebleau-Hilton Hotel. The
New Life Dinner is being held
under the auspices of the Greater
Miami State of Israel bonds
Organization.
Members of the Dinner Com-
mittee include Rabbi Mayer
Abramowitz. Rabbi Amram
Amselem. L. Jules Arkin. Nor-
man Braman. Hyman Chabner.
Sam Cohen. Norman Ciment and
Sidney Cooperman.
Al Golden. Peter and Lydia
Goldring. Salomon Klein. Donald
and Marcy Lefton. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman and Moises and Sarah
Levin.
Norman Lipoff. Oscar Minski
Bina Ockman. Sidney Poland.
Samuel Rabin. Rabbi Dow
Rozencwaig. David and Marvis
Schaecter. Sol Schreiber and
Judge Herbert Shapiro.
Isaac and Elsa Silberberg.
Isaac and Rebeca Sklar. Harry
and Marilyn Smith, Saul Sreb-
nick. Alexander Waldman. Phil
Warren. Jose Weiss and Isidore
Wollowick.
Childrens Clinic
Group To Meet
The Committee for the Reuben
Brainin Childrens Clinic in Israel
will hold its opening meeting of
the season at 1 p.m. Monday.
Sept. 21 at the Financial Federal
Savings. 755 Washington Ave..
Miami Beach. Mr. and Mrs.
Isadore Greenberg will be guests
of honor.
Southeast ZOA Opens
Zion Year Campaign
Southeast Regional President
Alan Taffet announced the be
ginning of the "Zion Year"' mem-
bership campaign for the Zionist
Organization of America. Mr.
Taffet. who had just returned
from a ZOA Conference in Israel,
stated that "American Zionists
are a most important factor in
supporting the continuous
growth of a modem, strong
Israel.' He urged that the
American people at large under-
stand the strategic and cultural
ties that bind the two demo-
cracies together.
Mr. Taffet reported to the
Southeast Regional group on the
extensive conference attended by
several hundred American
leaders of the Zionist Organiza-
tion. They met in Jerusalem to
confer with Israeli leaders and
government officials. The Confe-
rence was addressed by Israel
President Yitzhak Navon who
stressed the importance to Israel
of the American commitment to
World Zionism.
The ZOA Southeast Region
maintains headquarters in Fort
Lauderdale.
Farband Concert
Sunday
Lebediker Branch Farband will
present a concert on Sunday.
Sept 27 at 2 p.m. at 1234
Washington Ave.. Miami Beach,
featuring Leon Yudoff. Oscar
Shapiro and Abraham Weitzner
Guest speaker will be Sender M
Kaplan, former Israeli Consul in
Cuba. Josph P. Zuckerman is
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HaUandale Center Appoints Director Young Adults
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The appointment of Paula
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the Hallandale Jewish Center
was announced by the Board of
Directors. Mrs. Krauser is a na-
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from the City College of New
York in 1953 and was granted a
New York State teaching license.
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will be a gala cocktail party at the
Grove Isle Club in Coconut
Grove. The event, to be held Sat-
urday, Oct. 3, at 8:30 p.m., will
feature live piano music, dancing,
entertainment, refreshments and
a DJ. The party, which is by
advance registration only. Steve
Messing is Social Committee
Chairman.
Phil Cohen, Regional Director *
of B'nai B'rith District No
Five is presenting the Na-
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Vice President of the Miami
Latin Unit. Raquel was
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South West Section and Coral Gables
$25 and up
235-0328
ABE Music
14705 West Dixie Hwy.
North Miami Beach 944-7429
Happy New Year
Headquarters Club Inc.
8033 NW 36 St.
Miami 592-6530
Happy New Year
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Pipe Leaks. Drains.
Major Appliance Repairs.
Call Bill. South Dade only 233-9613
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Tommys Home Repair
Carpentry Plumbing Electric
Dependable 279-4205
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Booker T Fleming
Chain Lilnk Fence
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Phone 665-8082 after 5:30 p.m.
Ideal Tours Inc.
25 SE 2nd Ave. Suite 419
Miami 358-1240
Happy New Year
Granada Restaurant
1446 Washington Ave.
Miami Beach 534-9922
Happy New Year
Cocorange Club
3450 Biscayne Blvd.
Miami 576-0159
Happy New Year
Gloria's Tortillas
32 NW 1 Street
Homestead 247-6668
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Vito's Ornamental
Metal Work & Welding
Shop
1930 NW 139 Street Happy Ne Year To All 681-8032
Maria's Alterations Shop
1622 A Alton Rd. Miami Beach. Fl.
674-1552
New Year Greetings To The Jewish Community
Alfredo's Beauty Salon
1638 Euclid Ave.-Miami Beach-532-0258
Best Of Greetings To The Jewish Community
Pepe Vila Body Shop
849 SW 8th St.-Miami. Fl.-854-l.iU5
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Leonard's Five Star
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4861 NW36thSt.-Miami-885-2566
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Home & Office Cleaninq
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Linen Shack North
14652 Biscayne Blvd. 940-3377
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Prude's Wig Studio
1732 79th St. Causeway-N. Bay Village-866-4659
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Their Friends And Customers
Trimdown Dance Studio
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Gaetono's Pizzeria
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LOEHMANNS PLAZA
187S7 Bite Blvd. (BEHIND MOVIES) 932 7880
Lafayette Sound Systems
991 NE 163rdSt.-N.M.B.-944 .Mil
Happy New Year
Brown's Cameras
188 N. Federal Hwy. Deerfield Beach-940 2888
Happy New Year
Dorene Inc.
11401 South Dixie Hwy Miami 2357212
Happy New Year
Pet Shoes
9520 Harding Ave.Surfside-865 2797
Happy New Year
National Auto
Painting Inc.
12450 NE 13th Place Maimi-895 2226
Happy New Year
Elgin &Waltham
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7640 NW 36th Ave-Miami-693-6130
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RogersFurniture
18615 SW 104 Ct. Miami 238 6267
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Garden Natural Foods
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17 Westward Dnv. Miami Springs-887-9238
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Friday, September 26,1981 / The Jewish FloridiaW Pafee 9-B
Jewish Community Assured Of Safeguard
KANSAS CITY. Mo. -
Kansas City Jewish community
relations officials have been
assured by the University of
Missiouri-Kansas City School of
Medicine chancellor that any
contract to formalize a planned
exchange of medical faculty and
students between the university
t and Saudi Arabia will contain
safeguards to protect Jewish
faculty members and students
from any Saudi discriminatory
pressures, according to a report
by the Kansas City Jewish
Chronicle in its Aug. 21 Issue.
C'hronicale Associate Editor
Anne Schirn reported that the
university's School of Medicine
had been in negotiations for
several months with the College
of Medicine and Allied Sciences
of King Abdulaziz University.
The proposal is to send UMKC
medical school members to teach
at the Saudi medical school and
to accept Saudi medical students
to study at the UMKC medical
school, according to information
provided William Levi. chairman,
and David Goldstein, executive
director, of the Jewish Com-
munity Relations Bureau.
A FORMAL proposal has been
made to the Saudi university by
Dr. David Moffat, professor and
chairman of the Department of
Anatomy at the UMKC School of
Medicine, with indications that
an agreement would bring the
local medical school nearly SI
million According to the
Chronicle, medical school ad-
ministrators have said the medi-
cal school is under-funded and
needs moeny.
The JCRB. investigating the
xchange plans, reported that, in
the course of negotiations. Dr. E.
Gray Dimond. former provost for
health sciences at UMKC and
now consultant to Chancellor
George Russell and interim
chairman of the Department of
Medicine at Truman Medical
Center, a branch of the UMKC
medical school, visited Saudi
Arabia and reported on the visit
in a recent lecture to the medical
school faculty.
Dimond then said, according to
the Chronicle, that the Saudis
prefer to send their medical stu-
dents overseas only to medical
schools which have a low per-
centage of Jewish faculty mem-
bers. The Chronicle reported that
Dimond was out of town and
could not be reached for com-
ment.
THE JCRB, realizing the
implications of the proposal for
potential discrimination not only
against Jews at the UMKC medi-
cal school, but also against wom-
en and Blacks, arranged for a
meeting with university officials
on Aug. 17. Those in attendance
included Albert Goller. president
of the Jewish Federation of
Greater Kansas City, Levi and
Goldstein.
Representing the university
and its medical school were
Russell; Dr. Harry Jonas, dean of
the UMKC medical school: and
Dr. Eugene Trani, vice chancellor
for academic affairs. Moffat was
invited to attend but did not and
no explanation was given for his
absence. Mrs. Schian reported in
the Chronicle.
In preparation for the Aug. 17
meeting, Goldstein prepared a set
of questions, stressing the im-
portance of an anti-dis-
crimination clause in any con-
tract between the UKMC and
Saudi Arabia, as well as a pro-
vision for a monitoring com-
mittee which would include hu-
man relations experts from out-
side the university to report to
Russell regularly on Saudi
compliance.
LEVI AND Goldstein said the
responses from the UMKC offi-
cials was "positive and re-
assuring." Russell said the uni-
versity would not sign any
contract without a detailed anti-
discrimination clause and that
the contract would have a ter-
mination clause for use if the
Saudis reneged on it. In a letter
sent to the Jewish Federation
and the JCRB. Russell said the
university supported a monitor-
ing clause and would "Implement
monitoring procedures which will
assure me that discrimination is
not practiced under terms of the
agreement."
The Chronicle reported that
the Chancellor's letter mentioned
"ethnic origin or sex" in out-
lining discrimination it would op-
pose, but not religion. But Jewish
community leaders reportedly
felt assured this was an in-
advertent omission and that dis-
crimination against Jews, "so
widely practiced" by the Saudis,
was "equally covered" in the
Chancellor's pledge.
Levi said that, despite the re-
assurances from the UMKC offi-
cials, "we are nonetheless greatly
concerned for the potential for
subtle discrimination which could
effect the hiring and promotion
and assignment practices for
Jewish and other minority
faculty members of the UMKC
medical school because of the ne-
gotiations and proposed rela-
tionship with a government that
it itself discriminatory and anti-
Semitic."
THERE ARE currently five
Saudi medical students at the
UMKC medical school but the
Chronicle reported it could not
learn the auspices of those stu-
dents because of the current ne-
gotiations with the Saudi
government which has acknowl-
edged receipt of the proposal
from Moffat. Sue of the 26 full-
time faculty members at the
UMKC medical school are
believed to be Jews and about 12
percent of the medical students
are Jewish.
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l tie Jewish r loridian Friday, September 25, 1981
Stanton Heads Florida PR Council
Judy Stanton, Director of
Public Relations at Mount Sinai
Medical Center of Greater Miami,
has been elected President of the
Florida Hospital Association
Public Relations Council. As
such, she will lead the 185-mem-
ber group of professionals who
handle public relations for most
of the hospitals across the state.
Mrs. Stanton, a resident of
North Dade, is also an accredited
member of the Public Relations
Society of America, International
Association of Business Com-
municators and Women in Com-
munications.
She has been Mount Sinai's
Public Relations Director for five
years.
Wedding
Lebediker Branch L.Z.A.
AU members are invited to a
Roeh Hashanah Meeting
Concert and Refreshments
Entertainment by Leon Yodoff. Oscar Shapiro and Abraham Weitzner
Sunday September 27th, 2 p.m. at 1234 Washington Ave. Miami Beach
You will be presented at this meeting with
Happy New Years Blessings
Joseph P. Zuckerman President
Fannie Gibson and Oscar Shapiro Vice Presidents
ABECASSIS-CANTOR
Elaine Ann Cantor became the bride of Max
Abecassis on Saturday. September 19. Rabb.
Max A. Lipschitz officiated at the ceremony
which was followed by a reception at Beth Torah
Congregation.
The bride is the daughter of Dr and Mrs.
Leonard C. Cantor, of Miami.
The bridegroom is the son of Mr and Mrs Jo
Aborassis r>f north Bay Village
Bndrsmaids werv Debbie Vcraguas and Marcia
Cantor. Maid of honor was Tobi Pomerance. all
sister* of the bride.
Best man was Joe Abecassis and ushers in-
cluded Jason and Hugo Abecassis. all brothers of
the groom.
1 he newly weds plan a honeymoon to the Baha-
mas and are making their home in North Bay Vil-
lage.
Mrs. Max Abecassis
La Boheme Restaurant
2937 Biscay ne Blvd-Miami-573-3864
Happy New Year
King Video Store Inc.
4700 NW 7 St.-Miami-444-7755
Happy New Year
Michel's Kartway
6001 NW 74th Ave. Miami
592-5899/592-5909
Happy New Year
Craft-Master Carpentry
Quality repair 4 remodeling residential or commercial
Panelling-Door Hanging etc.
Call Paul
652-8185 or 538-5892
Happy New Year
Robert Brown Building.
Maintenance
1301 NW 51 St. Happy New Year 754-1076
Floor Waxing, Polishing,
________Shampooing. Deodorizinq
Handy Service
Paper Hanging-Floor Tile Etc.
940-6257
Hapy New Year
Richard A. Wells
Ceramic Tile Sales & Service
Licensed & Insured-Free Estimates
233-1463
Happy New Year
Jim's Spray Service Inc.
Lawn, Trees, and Shruber
Chinch Bugs, Army Worms, Fertilizing
Specialist in Lawns-Free Estimates
8935 SW 157th St. 253 4224
Happy New Year
Reasonable Prices, Kitchen Vanities, Bars,
Wall Units. Bonus with Complete Kitchen.
Also Discounts For Senior Citizens. Free
Estimates, Licensed & Insured.
Brian
-lappy New Year 651-3439
Active Pest Control
All Dade County Pest Control, Termite Control, Lawn
Spraying, Furniture Fumigation
For Service Call S81 M22/681-4S4S
645 NW 128the St.-North Miami
Happy New Year
Avoid Costly Break-Ins, Install Safe New Awning Type
Or Single Hung Windows At Inexpensive Prices
Free Estimates, Call Dan The Window Man
652-8782
Happy New Year
Trees Trimmed Or Removed From Property
From $20 Up. Call William
For Free Estimates
Happy New Year
949-9946
Air Conditioning
Contractor
Sales-Service
665-2275
______Happy New Year
The Gutter Man
Rain Gutters Installed On Your Home
Or Buisness. Inexpensive
Call The Gutter Man 652-9131
Happy New Year
Chic's Shoes
8392 SW 40 St.-Miami-221-6091
Happy New Year
Fantasia Hair
Design Unisex
8744 SW 8 St.-Miami-221-8424
Happy New Year
L
South Dade Locksmith
10601 SW 49 St.Miami-271-6873
Happy New Y
Franky's Upholstery
Ornamental & Security Iron Work
1144 SW 8th St-Miami-856-4566
Happy New Year
Roberto Gomez
Men & Women Custom Tailoring & Alterations
6985 Harding Ave. Miami Beach-861-1467
New Year Greetings To The Jewish Community
Happy New Year To AU
My Friends In The Community
Stanley K. Shapiro
American Investment
Consultant Inc.
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DuPont Plaza Center 358-8643
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20920 E. Dixie Hwy.-N\M.B. 931-0211
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8700 N. Kendall Dr.-Miami
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Dadeland, Westland-Hialeah, North Miami Beach 1705 N E
163 St.. Hollywood Fashion Center. Ft. Lauderda'le 2553 E
Sunrise Blvd.. Broward Mall-Plantation. Palm Beach Mall
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A Very Happy And Healthy New Year To All


5741: The Jewish Year
By
GEOFFREY WIGODER
HIGH ON this year's Jewish
agenda has been the upsurge in
anti-Semitic manifestations in
various parts of the world. These
have taken many forms but moat
striking and traumatic was the
bomb outside the Paris
synagogue in Rue Copernic in
Oct., which took four lives. This
followed a series of anti-Jewish
outrages in France. The public
was galvanized into a display of
protest against resurgent anti-
Semitism, which included a
march of 200.000 demonstrators,
among them Francois Mitter-
rand, who later in the year be-
came France's new President.
The culprit for the Rue Copernic
bombing has not been traced nor
the organization responsible
identified, but the event sent
shock waves throughout the
Jewish world.
The main area for anti-Semitic
incidents has been Western
Europe. With growing unem-
ployment and economic and
social pressures, small groups
have turned on the traditional
scapegoats the Jews. The
impact of the mass media has
received its share of the blame for
provoking the proliferation of
such occurrences and some
Jewish communities have been
divided over the choice between
publicizing the incidents in order
to alert the public to the danger
or playing them down on the
theory that publicity leads to
imitation. There was talk of link-
ups among anti-Semitic groups in
different countries and between
them and Arab terrorist bodies.
IT WAS STRESSED that
those involved were tiny groups,
not enjoying public backing.
Major parties and bodies in all
countries loudly condemned anti-
Semitism, while anti-Semitic
candidates standing for election
were everywhere overwhelmingly
defeated. This obviously did not
eliminate the need for constant
* iplance and relevant coun-
leraction especially in view of
the increased militancy and the
resort to violence and terrorism -
^comparisons with the early
nW heard from some quarters
still appear greatly exaggerated.
The most obscene form of anti-
Semitism is the attempt to play
down or even deny the
Holocaust. Here again only
small numbers, led by a few
pseudo-historians, are involved.
When one of the proponents of
this "revisionist" school of
history, Prof. Robert Faurisson,
was brought to trial in France, he
was condemned and punished.
However, there has been an
insidious growth in the ideas
propagated and Faurissol's book
even enjoyed an inexplicable
preface by Noam Chomsky, the
maverick American Jewish
linguistics genius, and received
some endorsement from circles on
both the extreme right and the
extreme left. The influence at
present is limited but if such lies
continue to be disseminated,
they could receive wider credence
as the Holocaust recedes into
history.
A WIDELY publicized con-
troversy blew up over allegations
of official anti-Semitism in
Argentina. Tlie former Buenos
Aires newspaper publisher,
Jacobo Timerman. who had been
a victim himself held that Jews in
custody as political prisoners
were singled out for particularly
vicious treatment; others
maintained that Jews had not
been arrested as Jews but as
victims of a general anti-
liberalism and that any special
suffering while in custody
emanated from the initiative of
lower echelons and should not be
seen as official policy.
It is known that there are anti-
Semitic groups close to the
government but the Argentinian
government has avoided anti-
Semitic pressures and its attitude
to the Jewish community has
been correct and given no cause
for complaint.
Anti-Semitism was also
reported from Eastern Europe.
Although Poland is almost
Judtnriin, a number of
demonstrations in the framework
of the unrest in the country
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developed into expressions of
anti-Zionism and anti-Semitism.
Rumania also saw saw some anti-
Jewish publications although
these were in time officially
disowned.
Anti-Semitic pressures and
expressions continued in the
USSR although Brezhnev in
addressing the Communist Party
Congress condemned "any
nationalistic aberration whether
it is, say anti-Semitism or
Zionism". This "even-handed"
statement may have been a
response to sustained complaints
from the West, from Western
communist parties among others,
concerning Soviet anti-Semitism.
THE JEWISH ANGLE has
emerged in various national
elections. In the U.S. this
reached expression mainly over
Israeli issues, which loomed large
during the campaign Both
presidential candidates stressed
their sympathy and support for
Israel. In the end, Carter in his
concession speech quoted a
"Yiddish" proverb (which no one
could trace) while among the
crowds listening to Reagan's
victory speech Hebrew banners
were prominent. The Jewish vote
proved divided: the traditional
Democratic edge among Jews
was maintained, but quite a few
Jews opted for Reagan out of the
feeling that he was more
genuinely supportive of Israel.
However, concern was ex-
pressed in some Jewish circles
over the growing power of the
"Moral Majority" a coalition of
fundamentalist Christians,
deeply devoted to the State of
Israel as part of the Divine plan,
but far less understanding of
other faiths, expressed in the
statement of one of their leaders
that "God does not hear the
prayers of Jews." Part of the
policies advocated by the Moral
Majority were seen in these
Jewish circles as running counter
to the traditional liberal positions
and some of the basic interests of
the Jewish community.
In France, too, Jews did not
overwhelmingly support any one
candidate but Mitterrand re-
ceived considerable Jewish sym-
pathy, both as a socialist and a
friend of Israel. Several Jews
were appointed to his cabinet, in-
cluding the most prominent
Communist minister who is of
Jewish origin. Incidentally, the
past year saw the appointment of
Jean-Marie Lustiger, who was
bom a Jew, as Archbishop of
Paris. The joke immediately went
round that an "Ashkenazi" had
been appointed to balance the
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The two signatories over security of valuable carpets
are unable to reach an agreement on the
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Rugs will be moved from vault to:
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Two Continental restaurants El Morocco
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Tibor Rudis' Crazy Gang, a colorful revue is
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Fly to Freeport/Luacaya Tempt Lady
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International Bazaar. Have the time of your
life on Grand Bahama Island.
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rage z-ts I he Jewish h'londian Friday, September 25,
"^o^c i*-o iue dtwisii r lunuiati ynaay, September *, iyei
'iii...... '
Synopsis of the Weekly Torah Portion
"Ye are standing this day all of you befort the Lord your
God; your heads, your tribes, your elders, and your officers"
(Deut.29.0l. NITZAVIM.
NITZAVIM "Ye are standing this day all of you before the
Lord your God that thou shouldest enter into the covenant
of the Lord thy God and into His oath which the Lord thy
God maketh with thee this day; that He may establish thee this
day unto Himself for a people, and that He may be unto thee a
God, as He spoke unto thee, and as He swore unto thy fathers,
to Abraham, to Isaac, and to Jacob. Neither with you only do I
make this covenant and this oath; but with him that standeth
here with us this day before the Lord our God, and also with him
that is not here with us this day The secret things belong
unto the Lord our God; but the things that revealed belong unto
us and to our children for ever, that we may do all the words of
this law" [Deuteronomy 29, 9-28) "I call heaven and earth to
witness against you this day. that I have set before thee life and
death, the blessing and the curse; therefore choose life, that thou
mayest live, thou and thy seed" (Deuteronomy 50.191.
(The recounting el in* Weekly Portion of the Law it extracted and bated
upon "The Graphic Hittory of the Jewish Heritage." edited by P. vVollman-
Ttamir, SIS. published by ShengoM. The volume it available at 75 Maiden
Lane. New York, N.Y. IteM. Joseph Schlang it president ol the society
distributing the volume.)
1981
liili
TEMPLE aoath yeshurun
1025 NE Miami Gardens Drive
North Miami Beecn 947 1436
Rabbi Simcha Freedman
Cantor Ian Aipern Conservative
Friday night service 8:15 p.m.
Saturday morning services 8:30
Rosh Hashanah Service*
Monday, 7 p.m. Tuesday A
Wednesday, 8 a.m.
TEM PL E BETH AM Or. Herbert
5960 N. Kendall Dr Baumgard
SMMrni 687-6667 Senior Rabbi
Morton Hoffman, Associate Rabbi
Famty worship ser. FrtcL 8:30 pjn.
Rabbi Hortman wit speak can "The
Way To Forgiveness."
Torah sarv.. 11:15 a jtl
Rosh Hashanah serv. Monday
night Tuesday morning.
BETH DAVID CONGREGATION
Miami s i laaonc Congregation
ConlWay 2625SW MA*PM
SoutnOada 7500SW 120th Street
Race. Dbvwm Auerbacn
Heoan WHkam w. Upaon
Fn.epm SoumDaOe Sal 9 am Coral Way
Oay aanaoaa at Cool Way
For i niormaiion Cat 864-3011
Itoah Haahanah aaraoaa Monday Night
Tuaaday I Wadnaaoey Momng | EMrang.
BETHKOOeSH
Modem Traditional
1101S.W 12Ave.
Rabbi Max Shaprto 868-6334
Cantor Leon Segal
Roae Benin-Executive Secretary
DetyMtnyan
7:45 am. 7 pm
Rosh Hashanah services Monday.
6:30 p.m. Tuesday & Wednesday
lam
TEMPLE BETH MOSHE
2225 NE 121 St N. Miami. Fl. 33181
8915508 Conservative
Onry Temple in North Miami
Rabbi Louis M. Ladarman
Cantor Moahe Frtodter
Rabbi Emeritus Joseph A Gorf k* el
Daily services 8:15 a.m.. 5 pm.
Friday night 8 kpm. Saturday 9 am.
Rosh Hashanah serv.. Men., 8 pjn.
Tues-, 7:30 am. A 6 pm
Wed.. 7:M am
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM
Chase Aw. A 41 st St 538-7231
Dr. Leon Kronish. Rabbi Liberal
Cantor David Conviser
Fit Eve 8:15 pm
Sat Mom 10:45 a.m
Rosh Hashanah serv, Mon., 6:15 A
8:45 p.m. Tues. & Wed. morning9:15 am
BETH TORAH 947-7528
CONGREGATION Conservative
1061 N. Miami Beach Blvd.
Dr. Max A Upechitz, Rabbi
Cantor Zvee Aroni
Sat mom.. Bar Mitzvah of Albert
David Nee
Rosh Hashanah serv.. Mon night
Tues. A Wed mom. & eve.
SHAARE TEFILLAH OF KENDALL
8480 SW 154 Circle Court #111
Miami. FL Modem Orthodox
Rabbi Warren KasztJ 382-0808
Sabbath services 9:30 a.m.
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Tues. Wed-mom 4 eve.
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Rabbi Maurice Klein
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Rabbi Phillip A. Labowitz
Rabbi Louis M. Lederman
Rabbi Irving Lehrman
Rabbi Max A Lipschitz
Rabbi Morton Malavsky
Rabbi Ephraim F. Mandelcorn
Rabbi Meir Matzliah Melameo
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Rabbi David Raab
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H41: The Jewish Year
Friday, September 25,1981 / The Jewish Floridian Page 13-B
Continued from Page 11
rtion the previous week of
time Sirat, the first Sephardi to
(jjcomo Chief Rabbi of France.
ISRAELS ELECTIONS also
ast their shadow over Jews
elsewhere with Diaspora Jewry
u sharply divided over Israel s
-olicy as Israelis. One issue that
threatmed to cause negative
-actions in the Diaspora was the
demand of religious parties for an
exclusively Orthodox definition
0( "Who is a Jew" for purposes
nt Israeli law. Reform and
ative Jews (who con-
fute the great majority of
svnagopue-affiliated Jews in the
JJ.S. .specially) served notice
that they would deeply resent the
implementation of such
legislation.
Considerable concern was
expressed during the year at the
high proportion of Jews leaving
the USSR who did not go to
Israel, as well as at the number of
Israelis settling elsewhere. The
subjects were much discussed
but little progress was made in
coming up with effective
proposals to check these
processes.
A new face in Jewish
leadership was that of Edgar
Bronfman, the North American
industrialist and whiskey tycoon,
who was elected president of the
World Jewish Congress at its
assembly, held in Jerusalem in
January, 1961. Controversy was
arousea Dy the report, issued hv
one of its commissions, devoted
to Israel-Diaspora relations.
Attention, especially in Israel,
centered largely on its critique of
Israeli policies, its advocacy of
the right of Jews in the Diaspora
to give expression to their
reservations concerning Israel's
domestic and foreign policies and
its reservations about aliya.
At a retreat for the Jewish
Agency's Board of Governors,
held at Caesarea, the non-Zionist
members of the Board tacitly
accepted the validity of the
Zionist Movement's Jerusalem
Program." adopted at the 1968
Zionist Congress as the
ideological Foundation of
Zionism. This show of unity, it
was felt, would contribute to the
strengthening of the Zionist
Movement.
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ALBERT NAE
Albert David, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Jose Nae will observe his
Bar Mitzvah at Beth Torah Con-
gregation on Saturday morning,
Sept .26.
The celebrant is an eighth
grade student at Highland Oaks
Junior High School and a student
at Beth Torah's High School pro-
gram. His hobbies are music,
ceramics, and science.
Mr. and Mrs. Nae will sponsor
the Kiddush following the serv-
ices in honor of the occasion.
Special guests will include hi?
great-grandfather, Juda Cohen
and maternal grandparents, Mr
and Mrs. Jacob Cases.
DARA GOLDSTEIN
Dara Michelle, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Michael Goldstein, will
be called to the Torah as Bat
Mitzvah on Saturday morning,
Sept. 26, at Temple Beth Sholoro.
The celebrant is a student in
the Religious School and is an
eighth grade student at Nautilus
Junior High School.
Special guests, will include her
paternal grandparents, Hetty
and Ben Goldstein; Jo-Ann
Baemstein, Canada: Sarah and
Albert Gordon, Baltimore:
Gideon Maidanek, Washington;
and Rabbi Ira Youdorin, N.Y.
Mr. and Mrs. Goldstein will
host a Havdallah service and re-
ception at the Temple in the eve-
Dara Michelle A Ibert Nae
ning.
MARISSA GOLDBERG
Marissa Julie, daughter of Dr.
and Mrs. Lee D. Goldberg,
observed her Bat Mitzvah on
Sunday, Sept. 20, in a ceremony
at the home of her parents.
The celebrant is an eighth
grade student at the Hebrew
Academy, where she recently re-
ceived a certificate of distinction
as a participant in the National
Bible Contest.
Mr. and Mrs. Goldberg hosted
the dinner in honor of the oc-
casion.
GARY SIGAL
Gary, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Isaac Sigal, observed his Bar
Mitzvah at Beth Torah Congre-
gation on Saturday morning,
August 29.
The celebrant is an eighth
grade student at Highland Oaks
Junior High School and is a
member of the Hebrew High
School class at Beth Torah s
Harold Wolk Religious School.
Mr. and Mrs. Sigal sponsored
the Kiddush following the serv-
ices in honor of the occasion.
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Miami, North Miami Beach.
Issues of vital importance to the
Jewish community will be ad-
dressed by the Young Israel
Rabbis, Zev Left, Dov Bidnick
and Edward Davis, highlighting
preparation for Rosh Hashanah
and Yom Kippur.
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Or. Rosalind Lehrman of
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pdD in counseling psychology
from Heed University, where she
studied under the personal
supervision of the consultant and
,uthor. Dr. Don Dinkmeyer.
Dr lx'hrman. who has offices
m the )r> Lincoln Road Building.
the daughter of Rabbi and Mrs.
Irving U'hrman. She received her
mastera degree from Barry Col-
lege and her bachelor's degree
from t he U niversity of M iam i
,* member of the American
Cental Health Counselors
tiaoi iation and of the American
Personnel and Guidance Associa-
tion, she also is active in the
\orth American Society of
Adlerian Psychology.
Dr lehrman was a member of
the board of Phi Delta Kappa.
national education fraternity, at
the University of Miami and is a
guidance counselor at Highland
3SL r,F-1Jement*rv School in
North Dade.
A native of Miami Beach, she
has been active in Temple
hmanu-El of Greater Miami and
numerous civic and service orga-
nizations.
Harmony Lodge
Meeting
The Harmony Lodge of B*nai
B'rith will hold a luncheon
meeting on Friday, at 11 a.m. at
Wahington Savings Auditorium.
North Miami Beach. Guest
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Holocaust Survivors
NEW YORK (JTA) -
Holocaust survivors who
lied about their age in Nazi
captivity to save them-
selves from extermination
and were barred from Social
Security benefits in this
country for lack of records
to prove their true age can
now get federal help to es-
tablish eligibility, accord-
ing to a report in "Shoah,"
the publication of the Holo-
caust Resource Center here.
The report said that the Social
Security Administration has
revised its procedures to help
Holocaust survivors establish
their true birth dates. The
number of Holocaust survivors
resident in the United States who
may benefit from the revised
rules was estimated in the report
at around 10,000.
ACCORDING to the report,
there was .no administrative
method in federal regulations be-
fore Oct. 15, 1980 which would
help Jews who had lived in areas
controlled by the Nazis during
the 1930s and 1940s and who fal-
sified their ages to avoid persecu
tion or death. The report said the
SSA had adopted new rules to
help resolve that problem.
Under the old rules, each appli-
cant for Social Security benefits
had to attempt by his or her own
efforts to prove that his or her
brith records did not exist. Now.
according to the report, the SSA
and the State Department will
help survivors with that problem.
Previously, the survivor
needed sworn testimony from
unrelated parties to establish a
corrected age. Under the new
policy, the SSA will "accept a
written statement from the indi-
vidual attesting to the circum-
stances under which the age was
falsified and establish the per-
son's date of birth as alleged."
FORMERLY, the report said,
survivors were afraid to correct
their records out of concern that
this would expose them to de-
portation or other punitive pro-
ceedings from the Immigration
and Naturalization Service. The
report said that now survivors
"need not fear U.S. government
agencies when applying for ad-
ministrative relief to obtain

rightful Social Security
benefits."
According to the report, the Nt
old procedures required
numerous applications and
appeals which were "tedious and
intimidating." Ultimately, a
survivor "might have needed a
hearing before a federal adminis-
trative law judge before records
could be corrected and benefits
granted. Now the entire process
is condensed and handled at the
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The report said the SSA rules
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survived a Nazi concentration
camp near Riga. She was 33
when she was sent to the camp
where she was informed that the
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; a rule that any woman
tears of age was sent to
Chambers. She told her
lie was 25 and they he
Her six brothers and
lere murdered by the
; THE war. she married
jrvivor and they had a
j they were living in a
Out of fear of bureau-
knglement. she repeated
birthdate when she
br entry to the United
khe became 62 in 1972.
|t to apply for Social Se-
fiefits but. according to
hi inn of intention to be-
American citizen, her
age was 54 and the SSA rejected
her application. Despite docu-
mentation from witnesses who
testified to the truth of her claim
of being 62. the SSA continued to
deny her benefits. SSA requires
such evidence of date of birth as
public records or church or syna-
gogue records and such docu-
ments are not available to many
survivors.
The turning point came when
Mrs. Moscowitz met David
Kotok. a member of the United
Jewish Appeal Young leadership
t abinet, who brought her case to
Rep. William Hughes (D., N J )
who agreed to take the case to the
then Attorney General Griffith
Bell and to the State Depart-
ment The appeals dragged on
Friday. September 25/i&81 / the Jewish'Floridian
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PagelT-B
until May of 1978 but Kotok
refused to accept a negative
response and asked for an appeal
before an administrative law
judge.
KOTOK OBTAINED letters
from Lucy Dawidowich. a Holo-
caust historian, and Michael Ber-
enbaum. former associate
director of Zochar. the Holocaust
Resource Center, and then
deputy director of the President's
Commission on the Holocaust.
According to the report, what
convinced the judge was evidence
that it was an established con-
centration camp practice for
inmates to change their birthdate
to a later date to avoid the gas
chambers. The judge ruled in
Mrs. Moscowitz" favor.
Kotok then contacted Richard
Schweiker, the then Republican
Senator from Pennsylvania. Sch-
weiker and Hughes introduced
legislation in Congress to make it
possible for all survivors with
that problem to have it resolved
promptly. The legislation also
guaranteed the survivors would
not face deportation proceedings
over false statements about their
ages made in Nazi death camps.
The legislation also would have
required the SSA to help survi-
vors find their birth records, par-
ticularly in dealing with Commu-
nist bloc countries which the
report said were relatively unco-
operative when asked for such
records.
ACCORDING TO to the re
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and Alterations
13130 W. Dixie Hwy.. Miami891-7484
Vi'ir Years (ireetinns To All
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I >aily, Weekly <>r Monthly
Prompt, Courteous Service
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Phone 606-6517
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13 Terr. 261-2263
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141 St. (Bay 35)
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____________ 146-3020 445-3211_________
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Phone 665-0506
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Living Itoom. Dining Koom \ Mall
up to 360 sq. fl only 839.50
Additional Rooms Only 12 cents SQ. ft.
\dditional lo Percent Discount With This Ad
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6904 SW 136th Court
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The Linen Chest
In Loehmann's Plaza
Biscayne Blvd.* 187 St.
11-8530 Broward 525-4305
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5645 NW 84th ave.
MIAMI-593-9796
' Happy New Year
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450 Biitmore Wav. Coral Gables- 444-7469
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Happy New Year_________
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Phone 665-3066
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Call 836-7822
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Complete Landscaping Design j
Through Installation Tree Trimming. Stump Grinding
Serving So. Florida for over 15 years
Free Estimates 6656826
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Wishes A Very Happy New Year
To The Entire Jewish Community
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Page 18-B The Jewish Floridian / Friday, September 25, 1981
One Man's Opinion
As The New Year Dawns
By ROBERT E. SEGAL
We need to lift up our eyes to
horizons far above our daily petty
concerns as we contemplate the
approach of Rosh Hashanah and
Yom Kippur. And this year we
might well occupy our thoughts
with the advocacy of certain peo-
ple beyond the limits of the Jew-
ish community.
Consider, for example, a recent
happening in Cleveland. In that
citv the United Ukrainian Or-
ganization and the Jewish
Community Federation, in the
midst of bitter quarreling over
the trial of Ukrainian-born John
Demianjuk. closed ranks and
issu<*d a model public statement
appealing for warm cooperation
in efforts to awaken sentiment
concerning the violation of hu-
man rights in the Soviet Union.
CLEVELAND Ukrainians had
supported Demjanjuk's con-
tention that he was an innocent
victim ~>\ Soviet-inspired oppre-
sion Hut evidence had been
brought forward that he had
cured in atrocities against Jews
while serving as a guard in
Treblinka ana Sobibor deatn
entuaily. Federal
Prank Battisti revoked
anjuk's American citizen-
ship because he had lied about his
Nazi activities wnen applying for
ralizaiion in 1958
ver the
rrnups
n and krainian
ved in new insights and
:iew erstanding. Jewish
Belize that :he
m culprit,
The -niire
Ukrainian national were not at all'
consonant with Demjanjuk's
deeds.
"We recall that Metropolitan
Andrew Szeptycky, the Arch-
bishop of Lviv, and other brave
Ukrainians risked their lives to
bring Jews to freedom during
World War II," the joint state-
ment pointed out. Now, they con-
tinue, let us close ranks and get
on with join efforts to bring more
Jews out of a nation violating
solemn human rights agreements
and let us work together to
achieve the independence of
Ukraine.
IN THE same season. Ukrain-
ians all over the United States,
along with many born in. or
tracing their ancestry back to
Latvia. Estonia and Lithuania,
were marking Captive Nations
Week. Here again was reason for
AMerican Jews to take courage
in their own continuing effort
.irouse the worid to Moscow
harsh treatment of co-religionists
seeking but denied permission to
leave Russia. Many American
Jews of Lithuanian origin watch
now with heightened he
agony of Lithuania For Poland.
- hour oi inreef
nianian neighbor tacmg
domination by the same Russian
forces that swailowwi up Lithua-
nia in i**40.
thai in stork
sacred days i ie days
idgment. the at-
ance, the dayi
share generouslv with people ol
menaced nations our pravi
ito freedom
our prayers for universe
In this solemn season espe-
cially our concern is intensified
for Jewish refusenicks on trial, or
soon to be tried, in Moscow. Rus-
sian officials hold in their hands
the fate of Viktor Brailovsky.
Stanislav Zubko. Osip Loskshin.
Boris Chernobilsky. Evgenh
Lain, and other threatened Jews
in a land where the ancient seeds
of anti-Semitism flourish in new.
vicious forms.
IN THIS season also we take
renewed inspiration from one of
the noblest victims of Russian
oppression, the exiled Andrei
Sakharov who has recently defied
those who keep him confined in
Gorky by sending to the world an
eloquent message. I turn to the
S.A. and. in particular to the
USSR." he says, for a decisive
renunciation <>t all forms of sub-
versive activity, including the
use of an influenced press the
renunciation of support lor in-
ternal tonal terrorism
And in the privacy of our own
unbounded reedoni w think
it ion,
iraying foi piness
tor our mmediate circle and for
icape tn m darkness
now
rn Art,
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1 Florida Frienasot Bar tian Urn tmentorBs IE Peter Goldr.ng President aprio v P ISviviaZevin Assoc
Dr. and Mrs. Leonard Haber an pictured at the kick-off of Dr. <
Haber's campaign for Miami Beach City Commission at the
Doral Beach Hotel The event was chaired by Marcy Lefton.
Lubavitch Honor Sterns At Melaveh I
Regional Director of Chabad in
Florida, in describing the
honorees says, "The Sterns have
endowed the girls division of the
school and it now bears their
name. It is their generosity that
makes it possible for us to reach
out to our Jewish youth and give
them the opportunity to learn a
bout their heritage and tradi-
tions."
Florida Friends of Lubavitch
will sponsor their Annual
Shabbos Shuva Melaveh Malka
on Saturday evening, October 3,
at the Crown Hotel, Miami
Beach. The event will serve to
kick off the Lubavitch calendar of
events for the coming year.
Honorees of the evening are
Dr. Alvin and Betty Stern,
philanthropists and business
leaders who are supporters of the
Lubavitch Yeshiva. Rabbi Korf,
The North Dade Vaad Ha-Kashruth wishes the entire community a healthy,
happy and peaceful New Year.
As the New Year is about to begin allow us to remind you that the following
establishments and only these establishments are under our supervision.
ROYAL GLADES CONVALESCENT HOME
16650 W.Dixie Highway
EXECUTIVE CATERERS OF BETH T0RAH
CONGREGATION
1051 North Miami Beach Boulevard
TAKE OUT GOURMET
1730 N.E. Miami Gardens Drive
KOSHER MAGIC TAKE OUT FOOD
1039 Miami Gardens Drive
SHEPUDAY AHURIA
1330 N.E. 163 Street
KOSHER TREATS INC.
1678 N.E. 164th Street
SUNSHINE BAKERY
772 N.W. 183rd Street
MENDELSON A SONS KOSHER MEAT MARKET
1354 N.E. 163rd Street
NEW DEAL KOSHER MEAT A POULTRY MARKET
1362 N.E. 163rd Street
SURF KOSHER MEAT 6 POULTRY
7433 Collins Avenue
NORMANDY KOSHER MEAT MARKET
1112 Normandy Drive
Harvey Lang is chairman of
the evening.
RABBI MAX LIPBCHITZ, President
RABBI SIMCHNA FREEDMAN. Vice-PreeWent and Secretary
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I me Jewish Kloridian Friday. September 25.1981
Public Notice
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY l
Civil Action
No II 12*54
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF:
FRANCISCO JAVIER MAS.
Petitioner Husband
and
ARACEL1A MAS,
Respondent-Wife
TO: ARACEUA
RODRIGUEZ DE MAS
Flnca Morejon,
Bolondron. Matanzas
Cuba
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTlJ
FIED that an action (or Dlaso-I
lutlon of Marriage has been
filed against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your
written defenses, If any. to It on
MARIO QU1NTERO JR.:
ESQ., attorney for Petitioner,
whose address Is 101 N W 12th
Avenue. Miami. Florida 33128,
and file the original with the.
clerk of the above styled court1
on or before September 18,
1981. otherwise a default will
be entered against you for the
relief demanded In the com-
plaint or petition.
This notice shall be published
once each week for four con-
secutive weeks In THE JEW
ISHFLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami..
Florida on this 13 day of Au-
gust, 1081
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By James D Donegan
As Deputy Clerk
i Circuit Court Seal.
KOSSANDQITNTERO.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
101 N.W. 12th Ave
Miami. Florida 33128
Telephone i 3051 328-8844
Attorney for Petitioner
11120 August21.28:
September 4. U. 11*1.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious name Raul
Rodriguez General Construc-
tion at 2381 N W 5 St Miami.
Fla 33125 Intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida
Raul Rodriguez, Owner .
11172 September 4. 11
18.25.1981 '
INTHE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
FAMILY DIVISION
CASE NO 81 13615
IN RE THE MARRIAGE OF
GESSIE GLAURE PAYAS
Petltloner-Wlfe
and
JACQUESPAYAS
Respondent -Husband
TO- Mr. Jacques Pays
Avenue Bouzon No. 4
Port Au Prince. Haiti
NOTICE OF
PUBLICATION
YOU ARE HEREBY NO-
TIFIED that a Petition For
Dissolution Of Marriage has
been filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of
your Answer or Pleading to
said vftltlon on petitioner's
attorney, GEORGE T.
RAMANI, ESQ.. Suite 711, '
Blscayne Building. 19 West
Flagler Street. Miami, Florida
33130 and file the Original
Answer or Pleading In the
Office of the Circuit Court
Clerk, on or before 2nd day of
'October. 1981 If you fall to do
so. judgment by default will be
taken against you for the relief
demanded In said petition.
DONE AND ORDERED at
Miami, Dade County. Florida,
this 1st day of September, 1981.
RICHARD P BRINKER.
Circuit Court Clerk
Dade County. Florida
By: James D. Donegan
Deputy Clerk
11167 September 4. 11.
_____________________ 18,28,1881.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT'IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY' FLORIDA
Case No. 81-13696 FC
family division
In re the marriage of:
ELMA GRACE DELANCY
Petitioner
and
JAMES DELANCEY
Repsondent
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO JAMES DELANCEY
RESIDENCE UNKNOWN
YOU ARE 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, on
MARVIN GREBER. Attorney
for Petitioner, 633. NE. 167 St
N.M.B.. Fl. 33162 on or before
October 2, 1981, and file the
original with the clerk of this
court; otherwise a default will
be entered against you Dated:
September 1, 1981.
RICHARD P BRINKER,
Clerk
By M;J. Harnett
As Deputy Clerk
11171 September 4 11.
.. >8. 26, 1981
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action
No. 81-14197 FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: IN THE MARRIAGE
OF:
AGHDAS TASHAROFI
McMANUS,
Petltloner-Wlfe
and
ROBIN SIMON McMANUS.
Respondent Husband.
TO: ROBIN SIMON
MCMANUS
IS Nursling Green
Yeomans Road
Bournemouth
Dorset. England
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that an action for Disso-
lution 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. at-
torney for Petitioner, whose
address Is 999 Washington Ave-
nue. Miami Beach. Florida
33139, and file the original with
the clerk of the above styled
court on or before October 16,
1981, otherwise a default will
be entered against you for the
relief demanded In the com-
plaint or petition
This notice shall be published
once each week for four con-
secutive weeks In THE JEW
ISHFLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the
seal court at Miami. Florida on
this 14th day of September
1981
RICHARD P. BRINKER
As Clerk Circuit Cou rt
Dade County. Florida
By C. P.Copeland
As Deputy Clerk
i Circuit Court Seal i
HOWARD N GALBUT. ESQ
GALBUT. GALBUT* MEN IN
999 Washington Avenue
Miami Beach. Florida 33139
Attorney for Petitioner
11106 September 18.25.
October 2, 9. 1981
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERKHV
GIVEN that the undersigned.
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious name
DELTA MATTRESS at 43n
8 W 51 h St MIAMI. FLA
Intends to register said name
with the Clerk oi the Circuit
Court of DadeCountv. Florida
BANTIAGOF
RODRIGUEZ
4311 S ,W. 5th St.
MIAMI. FI.A 33134
11146 Sept 4,11 18, 25. 1981
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage in business
under the fictitious name COS-
MOTOR PARTS Intends to reg
lster said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
Sergio Comogllo
12209 September 28,
October 2. 9.16, 1981
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE PROPERTY
NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
PETITION FOR ADOPTION
Civil Action No. 81 13932 FC
IN RE
IN THE MATTER OF:
The Adoption of
A Minor Child
bv Petitioner.
MAURICE LEON HILL
TO: CLARENCE MAYS
Natural Father
Residence Unknown
_YOU ARE HEREBY NO
TIFIED that an action for
Petition For Adoption has been
filed against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your
written defenses, If any, to It on
RICHARD G DUNBERG,
ESQ attorney for Petitioner
whose address Is GOODMAN '
DUNBERG HOCHMAN
PA. Suite 180. 8989 Sunset Dr ,
Miami, Fla. 8814S, and file the
original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before l
October 9. 1981; otherwise a de-
fault will be entered against
you for the relief demanded In
the complaint or petition.
This notice shall be published
once each week for four conse-
cutive weeks in THE JEWISH
FLORID IAN.
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami,
Florida on this 8th day of
September. 1981.
RICHARD P BRINKER
Aa Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By Clarlnda Brown
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal I
RICHARD G. DUNBERG,
ESQUIRE
GOODMAN. DUNBERG *
HOCHMAN. P.A.
8888 Sunset Drive. Suite 180
Miami, Florida 33143
(279-80001
Attorney for Petitioner
Sept 11.18, 18:
October 2, 1981
INTHE COUNTY COURT
INANDFOR
DADECOUNTY FLORIDA
CIVIL DIVISION
Case No. 81-4937 CCOB
NOTICE OF ACTION
IRVING FACTORS
CORPORATION,
A New York Corporation, as
assignee of
SLICK BRANDS and
MILTONN
JACOBSON, INC.,
Plaintiff
vs.
FLAGLER MERCHANDISE
WHOLESALE. INC..
a Florida Corporation.
Defendant
TO: FLAGLER MER
CHANDISE
WHOLESALE. INC.
8878 W. Flagler Street
Miami, Florida
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that an action for
damages which do not exceed
$5,000 has been filed against
you; and you are required to
serve a copvof your written de
fenses, if any. to: LLOYD M
ROUTMAN. ESQ. Attorney
for Plaintiff. Suite 618. 1st State
Bank Bldg 7900 NE 2nd Ave-
nue, Miami. FL S3138, Tele-
phone (3061 7878 5800 and file
the original with the Clerk of
the above-styled Court, located
at 73 West Flagler St Miami.
Fl. .13130 on or before Oct 8.
1981. otherwise, a default will
be entered against you for the
relief demanded In the Com-
plaint
WITNESS my hand and seal
of -.ud I Jourt on the 2nd day of
Sept 2. 1981
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk of the Court
B) S w \ I. MADKY
\~ I leput) Clerk
seal
11176 September 11
(>i tuber 2. 1981
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICES
NO PROPERTY)
INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITOF FLORIDA
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION
NO. M 18TT8
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE THE MARRIAGE OF
RICHAKDF RICARDO.
I'e tit loner Husband,
and
II IIAWES RICARDO.
Respondent Wife
To .11'LIANNE S RICARDO.
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 BARRY C FLEISHER.
attorney for Petitioner, whose
address Is 420 Lincoln Road.
Suite 438 Miami Beach.
Florida 33139. and file the
original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before
October 9, 1981, 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 con-
secutive weeks In THE
JEWISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami,
Florida on this 3 day of Sep-
tember, 1981.
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By Willie Bradshaw. Jr
As Deputy Clerk
I Circuit Court Seal I
BARRY C FLEISHER. ESQ
420 Lincoln Road, Suite 438
Miami Beach. Florida 33139
Attorney for Petitioner
September 11. 18,28
October 2, 1981

NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
NO PROPERTY)
IN THE COUNTY COURT IN
AND FOR
OADE COUNTY' FLORIDA
CASE NO hi 4644 SP OS
CIVIL DIVISION
BARTER EXCHANGE. INC.
A Florida corporation
Plaintiff
vs.
ROBERT C SMALLWOOD
a-k-a BOB SMALL WOOD,
Defendant
TO: Robert C. Smallwood
a-k-a Bob Smallwood
c-o Action Interphaalng
3900 SW 40th Avenue
Hollywood. Fla 33029
^.yOJJ ARE HEREBY NO
TIFIED that a Statement of
Claim has been filed against
you and you are required to
serve a copy of your written
defenses, if any. to It on Melvln
J. Asher. Esq., attorney for
Plaintiff, whose address Is 1850
f,W 8th Street. Miami. Florida
33138, and file the original with
the clerk of the above styled
court on or before October 6
1981; otherwise a default wlli
,.en".red *K'n*< you for the
relief demanded in the state
ment of claim
WITNESS my hand and the
ri "'d .^"rt M,aml
Florida on this 31 dav of
August, 1981
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk.
Dade County, Florida
Bys AnaL Maury
As Deputy Clerk
i Seal i
ICourtSeali
11166 Septembers 11.18. 26.
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious name
RAINBOW ASSOCIATES at
8328 N W 53rd Street, Miami,.
Florida 33024. intends to regls^,
ter said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
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Black SR 3 Trust
Black SR 4 Trust
Black SR 8 Trust
Black SR 6 Trust
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White F-2 Trust
White F 3 Trust
White F-4 Trust
White F 8 Trust
White F 6 Trust
Red Ml Trust
Red M 2 Trust
Red M 3 Trust
Red M 4 Trust
Red MS Trust
Red M 6 Trust
Green GR-1 Trust
Green GR 2 Trust
Green GR-3 Trust
Green GR 4 Trust
Green GR 5 Trust
Green GR 6Trust
,,,ht a.t 1111* 26 1981
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADECOUNTY FLORIDA
FAMILY DIVISION
Case No 81-13719
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
IN RE TheMarrtageof
JOYCE \n\ N WE
Petitioner
and
.11 m N NAVE,
Respondent
TO JIM N NAVE
1000Cooper Street
BOS E
141154
,!;k kaOfl, Michigan 49204
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that a petition for DiMO
lutlon of Man u' has been
filed against you and com
menced in this Court, and you
are required to serve a copy of
your written answer and de
my to it on JOSEPH
DIBARTOLOMEO attorney
for Petitioner whose address is
MOO Bird Road Miami Florida
33199, and file the original with
the Clerfe Of the above styled
Court OH or before October 9
1HM. otherwise a default will
he entered for the relief [o
for in said petition
This notice shall be publish! d
ai h week for four con
serutive weeks In THE JEW
ISHFLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said Court at Miami.
Dade Count) Florida on this 2
day of September. 1981
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By: James D Donegan
As Deputy Clerk
DIBARTOLOMEO*
DIBARTOI.OMEO
Attorneys for
Petitioner
8400 Bird Road
Miami. Florida 33155
Telephone 1306 I 226-2276
By Joseph
DlBartolomeo. Esq
11175 September 11, 18,26.
October 2. 1981
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action
No. 81-14438 FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The Marriage Of:
Al t;i STO CIACCHELLA
PETITIONER HUSBAND
and
CLARAS CIACCHELLA
RESPONDENT WIFE
TO- CLARA S. CIAC
CHELLA
Av. Interveclnal
Apt 93,
Collnas de Santa Monica.
Edo JlmenesCaracas.
Veneiuela.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that an action for Disso-
lution of Marriage has been
filed against you and you are '
required to serve a copy of your
written defenses. If any. to It on
HUGO DE AY ALA. ESQUIRE,
attorney for Petitioner, whose
address Is 1134 S.W. 8th Street,
Miami. Florida 33130. and file
the original with the clerk of
the above styled court on or be-
fore October 23, 1981. other-
wise a default will be entered
against you for the relief
demanded in the complaint or
- petition I
This notice shall be published
once each week for four con-
secutive weeks in THE JEW-
ISH FLORID IAN
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami.
Florida on this 17 day of Sep-
tember. 1981.
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By Clarlnda Brown
As Deputy Clerk
i Circuit Court Seal)
III GO DE AY ALA. ESQ
Attorney for Petitioner
1134 S.W 8th Street
Miami. Florida33180
Telephone 1309)898-8626
Attorney for Petitioner
12203 September 29;
October 2. 16. 1981
iL
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
l!lO PROPERTY)
INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITOF FLORIDA IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action
no 81-13709FC FAMILY
DIVISION
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE THE MARRIAGE OF
ADRIEN STEPHEN.
Petitioner-Husband
and
CLAUZENE VOLTAIRE
STEPHEN.
Respondent-Wife
TO CLAUZENE VOLTAIRE
STEPHEN
c-o Chez MMe
Pierre Morency
Sources Chaudes
Commune des Gonalves.
Haiti. W.I
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that a petition for Disso-
lution of your Marriage has
been filed an commenced in
this court and you are required
to serve a copy of your written
defenses. If any. to It on
LLOYD M ROUTMAN. ESQ
attorney for Petitioner, whose
address Is Suite 615. 1st Stole
Hank Building. 7900 NE 2nd
Avenue. Miami. Fl. 33138. and
file the origilnal with the clerk
of the above styled court on or
before October 9. 1981; other-
wise 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 con-
Uv weeks In THE JEW
ISHFLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of MM court at Miami
Li or; Ihli -' day of Sep-
tember. 1981
RICHARD P BRINKER
Aa Clerk circuit court
1 l| Florida
Bj C i i peland
Asivpun clerk
.circuit Coon Seall
LLOYD M I'.ol I MAN ESQ
ate Bank Bldg
N E Ind %1 enue
Miami r"L38138
Attorney for
oner
11177 Saptarnberll
o, lober] 19M
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
notice is HEREBY
QIVEN that the undersigned
desiring to engage in business
under the fictitious name IN
GOOD COMPANY al P O Box
182039. Miami. Florida 33116 in
tends to register said rvime
with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County Florida
JoAnne Brown
Jill Klaskln
Packman. Neuwahl A
Rosenberg
Attorney for Applicant
11179 September 11. 18.28.
October 2. 1981
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
File No hi 7483
Division 03
IN RE ESTATE OF
WILLIAM M SIGMAN
Deceased
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
The administration of the
estate of WILLIAM M SIG
MAN, deceased. File Number
81-7483. Is pending In the Cir-
cuit Court for DADE Coulnty.
Florida. Probate Division, the
address of which la 73 West
Flagler Street. Miami. Florida
The names and addresses of
the personal representative
and the personal represen-
tative's attorney are set forth
below
All Interested persona 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 inter
ested person to whom notice
was mailed that challenges the
validity of the will, the quallfl
cation of the personal repre-
sentative, venue, or Jurisdic-
tion of the court.
ALL CLAIMS AND OBJEC
TIONS NOT 80 FILED WILL
BE FOREVER BARRED
Publication of this Notice has
begun on September 18. 1981
Personal Representative
Belle Slgman
9226 Collins Avenue
Surf side. Florida 33194
Attorney for Peraonal
Representative:
Louis H Stallman
407 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
Telephone 13091932 9939
11196 September 18, 26, 1981
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR
DADE COUNTY' FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File NO.81 8879
Division 08
IN RE ESTATE OF
MARTHA C MIRANDA.
a-k-a
MARTAC MIRANDA
Deceased
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
The administration of the
estate of MARTHA C MIR
ANDA, a k a MARTA C MIR
ANDA. deceased. File Number
81-9879. Is pending in the Clr
cult Court for Dade County.
Florida. Probate Division, the
address of which la 73 West
Flagler Street. Miami. Florida.
33130 The names and ad-
dresses of the peraonal repre
sen tat l ve and the personal rep-
resentative's attorney are set
forth below
All Interested persons are re-
quired to file with this court.
WITHIN THREE MONTHS OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE (1) all
claims against the estate and
12) any objection by an Inter
esled person to whom notice
was mailed that challenges the
validity of the will, the quallfl
cations of the personal repre
aentatlve venue, or Jurlsdlc
tlonof the court
AIJ. CLAIMS AND OBJEC-
TIONS NOT BO FILED WILL
HE FOREVER BARRED
Publication of this Notice has
begun on Sept II 1981
personal Representative
RAFAEL I NOBO
1605 Bougainville Way
Barter* Florida 33830
Attorn*) for Personal
Representative
I.EOl'l.OTKIN P A
Hwj
Suite 31*.
Miami, Florida 33143
Tele] >l-6065
ii 188 September n : -'
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADECOUNTY FLORIDA
Case No. m I368TFC
ige Ol
LA DESIREE BON
S \[ \ !
Petition* r
and
I PHGONBALVES
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO
IOSEPHCONSALVE8
c-o Mrs Syl
U Linden 11
Linden i ;r
s E 15 London England
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
an action for dissolution of
marriage has been filed
against you and you are re
quired to serve a copy of your
written defenses. If any, on
MARVIN OREBER. Attorney
for Petitioner. 633 N E 167 St .
N M B Fl 33162 on or before
October 2. 1981. and file the
original with the clerk of this
court, otherwise a default will
be entered against you Dated
September 1. 1981
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk
By M J Hartnett
As Deputy Clerk
11170 September 4. 11
18,39,1881
~~S0TIC UNOER :
NolleTIT,OU$ "AME LAW
the ud.'Vh""'by "v" >'
i'.und,rKT"d desiring to
JEM" bualnaa. under*the
fictitious name ramivi
11187 MAYO
"Ptamber 18 28
October 2. 9, IMl
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
NO PROPERTY)
INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITOF FLORIDA IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action
No.81-134*7 FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The Marriage Of
JAMESKNOWLES
Petitioner
and
CHARLEINE KNOWLES,
Respondent
TO Mrs Charlelne Knowlea
c-o Harvey Residence
Soldier Rd .
IPO BOX 23471
Nassau. Bahamas.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that an action for Dlsao
lutlon of Marriage has been
filed against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your
written defenses. If any. to It on
LAWRENCE M SHOOT,
ESQ.. attorney for Petitioner,
whose address is 3000 Blscayne
Blvd Suite 318, Miami. Flor
Ida 33137. and file the original
with the clerk of the above
styled court on or befor Oct 2,
1981. otherwise a default will
be entered against you for the ;
relief demanded In the com
plaint or petition
This notice shall be published j
once each week for four con- '
secutlve weeks In THE JEW
ISHFLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami.
Florida on this 28 day of
August. 1981
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
ByM J Hartnett
As Deputy Clerk
i Circuit Court Seal i
Telephone I 3081 873-8010
LAWRENCE M SHOOT
ESQUIRE
3000 Hlscayne Blvd .
Suite 316
Miami. Florida 33137
Attorney for Petitioner
11197 Sapt.4.11. 18,89. 1981
/" *


iblic Notice
notice of action
Instructive service
(no property)
tmecircuitcourtof
i eleventh judicial
icuit of florida, in
id for oaoe county,
civil action
no ii ijwfc
family division
riCE FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
|E THE MARRIAGE OF
E MARIE BOISROND
gtllioner-Wlfe
.;LES BOISROND
jpondent Husband
CHARLES BOISROND
U ARE HEREBY NO-
RD that a petition (or
Tlutlon of your Marriage
t-en filed and commenced
ills court and you are
|red to erve a copy of your
en defenses. If any. to It on
TO M ROUTMAN. ESQ .
iiey for Petitioner, whose
ksi 11 Suite 615, 1st State
. Building. 7900 NE 2nd
A Miami. Fl 33138. and file
Iriginal vtth the clerk of
pbove ty>d court on or
I October 16. 1981. other
, default will be entered
t you for the relief
lor In the complaint or
bn
j notice shall be published
leach week for four con-
ve -eks in the JEWISH
RID1AN
fNBSS my hand and the
of said court at Miami,
la on this 9th day of
Jrnber. 1981
CHARDP BRINKER.
Is Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By M J Hartnetl
As Deputy Clerk
ji! Court Ser.l i
/DM ROUTMAN. ESQ
|6n 1st State Bank Bldg
IE llidSt
III Fl 33138
el for Petitioner
September 18 25.
October 2 91981
NOTICE OF ACTION
ISTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NOPROPERTYI
IE CIRCUIT COURT OF
I ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
ICUITOF FLORIDA. IN
FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action
No. Ml 14638 FC
|ON FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
1 he Marriage Of
IINERVA
PE8TEBAN
onei Wife
and
IE SANT1KSTEBAN
intent Husband
BORGE
BANTIESTEBAN
slle Holguin No 16
Beparto Pareda
flolguin. t\iba
ARE HEREBY NOTI-
Ithat an action for Dtsso
of Marriage has been
kgalnst you and you are
ed to serve a copy of your
i defenses, il any to it on
DE AY ALA. ESQ at
for Petitioner, whose
i Is 1134 S W 8th Street.
Florida 33130. and file
. nal with the clerk of
it styled court on or be-
)ctobr 23. 1961. other-
default will be entered
It you for the relief de-
d in the complaint or
I notice shall be published
ch week for four con-
jr weeks In THE JEW-
JRIDIAN
NE&fl my hand and the
>! said court at Miami,
on this 22 day of Sep
r 1981
IARDP BRINKER
I Clerk. Circuit Court
sde County. Florida
By M J Hartnetl
As Deputy Clerk
Bit Court Seal i
Hi Avals Esq.
ley for Petitioner
JW 8th St
I. Florida 33130
llone I 3051 856 -8626
September 28.
October?. 9. 16. 1961
CiftcTjlT COURTOF
Eleventh judicial
(cuitin andfor
! county florida
lAMILY DIVISION
lCiseNo.il 114 0
)TICE OF ACTION
[Trie Marriage Of'
TIT CARACAUS.
loner Husband
\,IR CARACAUS.
ndent Wife
kTALIE CARACAUS
(Fremont Street
nfleld. N J 0700S
NATALIE CARACAUS
reby notified to file your
to this Petition for Dls
of Marriage with the
of the Cout and mall a
Petitioners Attorney
(I. GALLUP. 2386 Sal
Btreet. Coral Oablea.
I 33134. on or before Oc-
1961 else Petition will
knas confessed.
B8 day of August, 1961
IARDP BRINKER
lerk Circuit Court
> James D Donegan
Deputy Clerk
Sept 4.11 18 X. 1981
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIOA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 81 7489
DIVISION 04
IN RE: ESTATE OF
PEGGY RHODES WHITE
Deceased
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING
CLAIMS OR .DEMANDS
AGAINST THE ABOVE ES-
TATE AND ALL OTHER
PERSONS INTERESTED IN
THE ESTATE:
YOU ARE HEREBY NO-
TIFIED that the admlnlstra
tlon of the estate of PEGGY
RHODES WHITE, deceased.
File Number 81 7489. Is pending
In the Circuit Court for Dade
County. Florida. Probate
Division, the address of which
Is 73 West Flagler Street.
Miami. Florida The personal
representative of the estate Is
ROBERT WEITZ. whose ad-
dress Is care of Sybil's. 20 West
Flagler Street. Miami. Florida.
33130 The name and address of
the personal representative's
attorney are set forth below
All persons naving claims or
demands against the estate are
required. WITHIN THREE
MONTHS FROM THE DATE
(W THE FIRST PUBLICA-
TION 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 mu3t 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 con
tlngent or unliquidated, the
nature of the uncertainty shall
be staled 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
rlerk to mall one copy to each
personal representative
All persons Interested In the
estate to whom a copy of this
Notice of Administration has
been mailed are required.
WITHIN THREE MONTHS
FROM THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE, to file any ob-
jections they may have that
challenges the validity of the
,1. .-.lent s will the qualifica-
tions of the personal represen
t.itive or the venue or juris-
diction of the court
Al.l. CLAIMS DEMANDS
\VD OBJECTIONS NOT SO
FILED WILL HE FOREVER
B M'.RED .-_,
Dale of the first publication
or this Notice of Ad-
ministration. September in.
lMl ROBERT WE 1T7.
As Personal Reprsentatlve
of the Estate of
PEGGY RHODES WHITE
r& Deceased
ATTORNEY FOR
PERSONAL REPRESEN
EDWWM GINSBURG ESg
Mvers. Kaplan. Levlnson.
Kenin Richards
1428Br1ckell Avenue
Miami Florida 33131
Telephone 30S.l-90
11188 September 18. 25.1981
!N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITIN ANDFOR
DADE COUNTY FLORIDA
CiieNo.i' 13446 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
IN RE The Marriage Of
SIMONF. CHARLES
Petitioner-Wife.
ANATHAN CHARLES
Respondent Husband
NOTICE BY
pi HLICATION
YOU ANATHAN CHARLES
RESIDENCE UNKNOWN, are
hereby notified to serve a copy
of your Answer to th Petition
For Dissolution of Marriage
filed against you upon WOFEl
Attorney GEORGE NICm
LAS. ESQUIRE. 612 NW 12th
Avenue Miami. Horlda 331*.
and file original with the Clerk
of the Court on or before Ocl l.
1981 otherwise the Petition
v ill be confessed by you
DATED this 28 day of Au
^RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk
By M J Hartnell
Deputy Clerk
11160 Sept 4.11. 18,25.1981
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDAIN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION
NO il 11471 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE THE MARRIAGE OF
DIEUDONNE TELFORT
Petitioner Husband
and
SOLIN A SIMOND TELFORT
Respondent Wife
TO SOLINA SIMOND
TELFORT
Uboy Street
P O Box 4929
Nassau. Bahamas
YOU ARE HEREBY NOT!
FIED that a petition for
Dissolution of your Marriage
has been filed and commenced
In this court and you are
required to serve a copy of your
written defenses. If any. to It on
LLOYD M ROUTMAN. attor
ney for Petitioner, whose ad-
dress Is Suite 615. 1st SUte
Bank Bldg 7900 NE 2nd
Avenue. Miami. Fl 33138, and
file the original with the clerk
of the above styled court on or
before October 16, 1981. other-
wise 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 conse
cutlve weeks In the JEWISH
FLORID! AN.
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami.
Florida on this 9th day of
September 1981
RICHARD P. BRINKER.
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By M J Hartnett
As Deputy Clerk
I Circuit Court Seal l
LLOYDM ROUTMAN.ESQ
Suite 615.1st State Bank Bldg
7900 NE 2nd Ave
Miami. Fl 33138
Attorney for Petitioner
11192 September 18, 28.
October 2. 9.1981
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage In ",'
under the fictitious name FTL
I ARD EAST REALTY at 236
fsfsire'et. Miami Beach. F.or
Ida intends to retfiltr said
name with the Clerk of the Cir
cul? Court of Dade County.
Florida
MURRAY C.
BERKOWITZ
TRUSTEE
DANIEL RETTER. ESQ
rffiSTi"AST REALTY
No 2280 AmertFlrsl Bldg
OneSE Third Ave
Miami, Florida 33131
11150 Sept 4.11. 18.16.1981
IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
Case No. 81 14098 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
In re the Adoption of
a minor child
IK
HECTOR R MORELLand
CARMEN M MORELL
Ivtitioner
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO EDWIN ARROYO.
Residence Unknown
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
an action for the adoption of
minor has been filed and you
are required to serve a copy of
your written objection, to It on
MARVIN GREBER. ESQ .
attorney for Petitioner, whose
address Is 633 N E 167 St..
N M B Fl 33162. on or before
October 16. 1981 and file the
original with the clerk of this
court, otherwise a default will
be entered against you
Dated on September 11. 1981
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk
By 1. C Bedasse
As Deputy Clerk
11194 September 18. 28:
October 2, 9. 1981
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITOF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action
No. 81-14636 FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The Marriage Of.
DELIA ACOSTA
Petltloner-Wlfe
and
ENRIQUE AO08TA
Respondent-Husband
TO Enrique Acosta
Jose Miguel No 16
Havana. Cuba
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI
PIED that an action for Disso-
lution of Marriage has been
filed against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your
written defenses. If any. to It on
HUGO DE AYALA. ESQ.. At
lorney for Petitioner, whose
address Is 1134 S W 8th Street.
Miami. Florida, and file the
original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before
October 23. 1981. 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 con
secutlve weeks In THE JEW-
ISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami.
Florida on this 21 day of Sep
tember, 1961 _..
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By M J Hartnett
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal I
HUGO DE AYALA. ESQ.
Attorney for Petitioner
1134 S W 8thSt.
Miami Florida SS1S0
Telephone (3061868-8626
1*218 September 26
Octobers.*. 16.1961
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
FAMILY DIVISION
CASE No 81 13613
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF
MERVIN CAPLE
Petitioner
and
DELORESCAPLE
Respondent
TO Mrs. Delores Capie
17 Harris Street
Maypen. Clarendon
JAMAICA. W I
NOTICE OF
PUBLICATION
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that a Petition For
Dissolution of Marriage has
been filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of
your Answer or Pleading to
said petition on petitioner's
attorney, GEORGE T.
RAMANI. ESQ. Suite 711.
Biscayne Building. 19 West
Flagler Street, Miami. Florida
33130 and file the Original
Answer or Pleading In the
Office of the Circuit Court
Clerk, on or before 2nd day of
October. 1981 If you fall to do
so. Judgment by default will be
taken against you for the relief
demanded In said petition
Done and ordered at Miami.
I lade County. Florida, this 1st
day of September. 1981
RICHARD P BRINKER
Circuit Court Clerk
Dade County. Florida
By James D Donegan
Deputy Clerk
11168 SeptembeM. 11.
18.25.1981
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage in business
under the fictitious names Mi-
chelle Nemetz d-b-a The Hair
Event at 17005 West Dixie
Hwy N Miami Beach. Fla
33162 Intends to register said
names with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida
Michelle Nemetz
11151 Sept 4, 11.18.25. 1981
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITIN ANDFOR
DAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA
FAMILY DIVISION
Case No.81 -14623 FC
IN RE THE MARRIAGE OF
FELICISIMA
MASCARENAS.
Petitioner Wife,
and
DARIO MASCARENAS.
Respondent- Husband.
TO Mr DARIO
MASCARENAS
1839 Lardlzabal Extension
Santa Mesa. MANILA
PHILIPPINES
NOTICE OF
PUBLICATION
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that a Petition For Dis-
solution Of Marriage has been
filed against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your
Answer or Pleading to said pe-
tition on petitioner's attorney.
GEORGE T RAMANI, ESQ .
Suite 711. Biscayne Building. 19
West Flagler Street. Miami,
Florida 33130 and file the Ortgl
nal Answer or Pleading In the
Office of the Circuit Court
Clerk, on or before 23 day of
October. 1981 If you fall to do
so. Judgment by default ill be
taken against you for the relief
demanded in said petition
DONE AND ORDERED at
Miami. Dade County. Florida,
this 21st day of September.
1981
RICHARD P BRINKER
Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
BY: A D Wade
Deputy Clerk
12213 September 25,
October 2.9. 16.1981
IN IHbllHCUII LUURTOf
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITIN ANDFOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
FAMILY DIVISION
Case NO.81 14625 FC
IN RE THE MARRIAGE OF
MAXINE SMITH
Petltloner-Wlfe.
vs.
LEROY SMITH.
Respondent-Husband.
TO MR LEROY SMITH
10 Bound Brook Avenue
Port Antonio
Portland
JAMAICA. W. I.
NOTICE OF
PUBLICATION
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that a Petition For Dis-
solution Of Marriage has been
filed against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your
Answer or Pleading to said pe-
tition on petitioner's attorney.
GEORGE T RAMANI, ESQ ,
Suite 711. Biscayne Building. 19
West Flagler Street, Miami.
Florida 33130 and file the Origi-
nal Answer or Pleading In the
Office of the Circuit Court
Clerk, on or before 23d day of
October. 1981. If you fall to do
so. Judgment by default wUl be
taken against you for the relief
demanded in said petition.
DONE AND ORDERED at
Miami. Dade County. Florida,
this 21st day of September.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
Circuit Court Clerk
Dade County, Florida
BY. A. D. Wade
Deputy Clerk
12214 September JB;
Octobers. 9 16 1981
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR
DAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File No 81-7072
Division OS
IN RE: ESTATE OF
SIDRA MARTIN
Deceased
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
The administration of the
estate of SIDRA MARTIN,
deceased. File Number 81-7072,
Is pending In the Circuit Court
for Dade County, Florida.
Probate Division, the address
of which is 78 West Flagler
Street. Miami, Fl. 331S0
The names and addresses of
the personal repreesentaUve
and the personal represents
tlve's attorney are set forth
below.
All Interested persons are
required to file with this court
WITHIN THREE MONTHS
OF THE FIRST PUBLICA-
TION OF THIS NOTICE (1)
all claims against the estate
and (21 any objection by an
Interested person to whom
notice was mailed that
challenges the validity of the
will, the qualifications of the
personal representative,
venue, or Jurlsdlclton of the
court.
ALL CLAIMS AND OBJ EC
TIONS NOT SO FILED WILL
BE FOREVER BARRED
Publication of this notice has
begun on September 18.1981
Personal Representative
BARBARA LYN MARTIN
1436 SE Stark. No 208
Portland. Ore 97214
PAUL ELLIS MARTTN
2115FtrstAVenue
North Merrlck. L.I
N Y 11566
Attorney for
Personal Representative:
LEO PLOTKIN. PA
8603 S Dixie H wy Suite 308
Miami Fl 33143
11191 September 18.25. 1981
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
NO PROPERTY)
INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action
No il '3 5'4 FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The Marriage Of
RAQUELR
HE PENALOSA
Petitioner Wife
and
JUAN PABLO PENALOSA
Respondent Husband
TO .11 AN l'ABIX)
PEN M.OSA
Residence Unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that an action for Disso-
lution of Marriage has been
filed against you and you are
required (o serve a copy of your
written defenses, If any. to it on
HUGO DE AYALA. ESQ.
attorney for Petitioner, whose
address is 11.34 S W 8th Street.
Miami. Florida 33130. and file
the original with the clerk of
the above styled court on or be-
fore October 2. 1981: otherwise
a default will be entered
against you for the relief de-
manded In the complaint or
petition
This notice shall be published
once each week for four con-
secutive weeks in THE JEW
ISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami.
Florida on this 28 day of Au-
gust. 1981
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By Clarlnda Brown
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal I
HUGODE AYALA. ESQ
Attorney for Petitioner
1134 S W" 8th Street
Miami. Florida 3.3130
Attornev for Petitioner
11159 Sept 4.11.18.25 1981
IMTHEeiBCUiTCOUHl Ul-
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT, IN ANDFOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
Case NO. 81 14508
FAMILY DIVISION
IN RE THE MARRIAGE OF:
RUDA LIEBERMAN
Petitioner. Wife
and
PAUL(RESACH)
ZYSMAN
Respondent. Husband
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: PAULlRESACHI
ZYSMAN
residence unknown
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
an action for Dissolution of
Marriage has been filed
against you and you are re-
quired to serve a copy of your
written defenses. If any. to It on
FRED BORUCHOV. ESQ Pe-
titioner's Attorney, whose ad-
dress is LIEBERMAN AND
BENJAMIN ASSOCIATES.
P. A.. 9801 Sunset Drive.
Miami, Florida, on or before
October 23. 1981, and file the
original with the Clerk of this
Court either before service on
Petitioner's Attorney or imme-
diately thereafter; otherwise a
default will be entered against
you for the relief demanded In
the Petition
WITNESS my hand and seal
of this Court on September 21.
1981
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: l. C Bedasse
Deputy CJerfc
12210 September 26.
Octobers. 6. 19. 1981
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage in business
under the flcUUous name
Marie Victoria" Intends to
register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida
Iglealas A Son
Dama Packaging and Export
11181 September 11. 18 28;
October 2.1981
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage In business
under the flctlUous name
PRENSA GRAFICA Intends to
register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida.
RAULR. OUVA
11182 September 11.18. X;
October 2. 1981
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR
DADE COUNTY FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File No. 81-7418
Division 02
IN RE ESTATE OF
JOHN IE WILLIAMS, JR
a-k-a
JOHNNIE WILLIAMS
Deceased
NOTICE OF
ADMIN ISTR ATI ON
The administration of the
estate of JOHNIE WILLIAMS.
JR. a-k-a JOHNNIE WIL-
LIAMS, deceased. File Num-
ber 81-7418. is pending In the
Circuit Curt for DADE County.,
Florida. Probate Division, the'
address of which is 73 West
Flagler Street. Miami. Florida.
33130 The names and ad-
dresses of the personal repre-
sentative and the personal rep
resentative's attorney are set
forth below.
All interested persons are re-
quired to file with this court.
WITHIN THREE MONTHS OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE: 111 all
claims against the estate and
i2i any objection by an Inter-
ested person to whom notice
was mailed that challenges the
validity of the will, the qualifi-
cations of the personal repre-
sentative, venue, or Jurisdic-
tion of the court
ALL CLAIMS AND OBJEC-
TIONS NOT SO FILED WILL
BE FOREVER BARRED
Publication of this Notice has
begun on September 11,1981
Personal Representative
ETHEL P WILLIAMS
12320N W ISthCourt
Miami. Florida
Attorney for Personal
Representative:
HYMANP GALBUT.ESQ
999 W ashlngton Ave.
Miami Beach. Florida 33139
Telephone: (308 I 672-3100
II187 September 11. 18. 1981
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage In business
under the flctlUous name Sue
Aronberg A Company at 1865
N K U7th RD N. Miami. Fla
33181 intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade Count>
Florida
Sue Aronberg
11183 September 11. 18 25.
October 2. 1981
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITIN ANDFOR
FAMILY DIVISION
Case No. 81-13618
IN RE THE MARRIAGE
OF
NEVILLE PARKINSON.
Petitioner-Husband.
and
DOROTHY BROWN
PARKINSON.
Respondent Wife
TO MRS DOROTHY BROWN
PARKINSON
i Residence Unknown i
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
YOU ARE HEREBY
NOTIFIED that a Petition For
Dissolution of Marriage has
been filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of
your Answer or Pleading to
said petition on petitioner's
attorney. GEORGE T.
RAMANI. ESQ Suite 711.
Blscavne Building. 19 West
Flagler Street. Miami. Florida
3.3130 and file the Original
Answer or Pleading In the
Office of the Circuit Court
Clerk, on or before 2 day of
October. 1981 If you fall to do
so. Judgment by default will be
taken against you for the relief
demanded In said petlUon.
DONE AND ORDERED at
Miami. Dade County. Florida,
this day of Septe mbe r 1. 1981
RICHARD P BRINKER.
Circuit Court Clerk
Dade County. Florida
By: James D. Donegan
Deputy Clerk
11169 September4.il
18 25. 198!
H---------NOTICE UNDER-
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage In business
under the flctlUous name Ella's
Enterprise at 3383 N W 7th St .
Room 308. Miami. Fla 33126
Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade Countv. Florida.
Rle ra-Saura Corporation
11146 Sept 4.11.18.38. 1*61


Page 22-B The Jewisn Floridian / Friday, SeptemDer 25, 1981
Public Notices
IN THE CIRCUIT COUT I
FOR
DAOE COUNTY, FLORIDA I
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 81 7536
Division 04
IN RE: ESTATE OF I
CHARLES YOUNG
Deceased
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
The administration of the I
estate of CHARLES YOUNG ,f
DECEASED. File Number 81-;
7536, is pending in the Circuit |
Court for DADE County.
Florida.Probate Division, the
address of which is 73 West
Flagler Street, Miami. Florida,
33130. The names and ad-
dresses of the presonal
representative and the per-
sonal representative's attorney
are set forth below
All interested persons are re-
quired to file with this court,
WITHIN THREE MONTHS OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE: (1) all
claims against the estate and
(2) any objection by an in
terested person to whom mo
tice was mailed that challenges
the validity of the will, the
qualifications of the personal
representative, venue, or
Jurisdiction of the court.
ALL CLAIMS AND OBJEC
TIONS NOT SO FILED WILL
BE FOREVER BARRED.
Publication of this Notice has
begun on September 18, 1981
Personal Representative:
MAUREEN McCABE
498 Queens Drive,
Stoneycroft,
Liverpool 13. England
EDWARD J. EGAN
9301 Shore Road.
Apartment C 212
Brooklyn, New York, 11209
Attorney for
Personal Representative:
ABRAHAM A GALBUT. ESQ.
GALBUT, GALBUT
8.MENIN. PA.
999 Washington Avenue
Miami Beach. Florida. 33139
Telephone (305)672 3100
11189 September 18, 25.198
INTHECIRCUIT COURT
FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File NO.81 7445
Division 01
IN RE: ESTATE OF
LILYOLTCHICK
Deceased
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
The administration of the<
estate of LILY OLTCHICK.
deceased. File Number 81 7445,
is pending in the Circuit Court
for Dade County,Florida,
Probate Di vison, the address of
which is 73 w. Flagler Street,
Miami, FL 33130. The names
and adresses of the personal
representative and the per
sonal representative's attorney
are set forth below
All interested persons are re
quired to file with this court,
WITHIN THREE MONTHS OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE (1) all
claims against the estate and
(2) any objection by an inter
ested person to whom notice
was mailed that challenges the
validity of the will, the
qualifications of the personal
representative, venue, or
jurisdiction of the court
ALL CLAIMS AND OBJEC
TIONS NOT SO FILED WILL
BE FOREVER BARRED
Publication of this Notice has
begun on September 18. 1981
Personal Representative
SAMUEL OLTCHICK
16950 West Dixie Highway
North Miami Beach, FL 33160
Attorney for
Personal Representative
Ronald M Friedman, Esq.
Suite 934. Ingraham Building
.2SS.E Second Avenue
Miami, FL 33131
Telephone: (305)374 8197
11190 September 18,25 I9*J
INTHECIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FCR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
Case No.81 14622 FC
IN RE : THE MARRIAGE OF
GEMINI ANO ORTEGA.
Petitioner-Husband.
and
EUGENIA ORTEGA.
Respondent-Wife
TO: MB. EUGENIA
ORTEGA
sto Lakandula St
Tondo. Manila.
PHILIPPINES 280T
NOTICE OF
PUBLICATION
TOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that a Petition Por Dis-
solution Of Maniac* has been I
Bled against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your
Answer or Pleading to said pe-
tition on petitioner's attorney.
GEORGE T. RAMAN I. ESQ..
Suite 711, Blscayn* Building. It I
Wee* Flaglar Street. Miami.
Florida HIM and Ola the Origi-
nal Answer or Pisa ding in the >
Office of the Circuit Court I
Clerk, on or before 28 day of 1
October, 1981 If you fall to do
so, Judgment by default will be
taken against you for the relief
demanded In said petition
DONE AND ORDERED at
Miami. Dade County. Florida
that 21 day of September, ltU.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
Circuit Court Clark
Dads County, Florida
BY: M.J Hartnett
Deputy Clark
12313 September Mi.
October 2. 8, IS. 1961
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. 81-14668 FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: The Marriage Of:
CLAVER ISAACGOMEZ
Petitioner Husband
and
LUZ MARINA P.
DE GOMEZ
RESIDENCE UNKNOWN
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that an action for Disso-
lution of Marriage has been
filed against you and you are
required to aerve a copy of your
written defenses, If any. to It on
HUGO DE AY ALA. ESQUIRE,
attorney for Petitioner, whose
address Is 1184 S.W. 8th Street,
Miami. Florida S3180. and file
the original with the clerk of
the above styled court on or be-
fore October 28. 1981; other-
wise 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 con-
secutive weeks In THE JEW
ISH FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami.
Florida on this 22 day of Sep
tember. 1981
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By M J Hartnell
As Deputy Clerk
(Clrcutl Court Seal I
HUGO DE AY ALA. ESQ
Attorney for Petitioner
1134 S.W 8th St
Miami. Florida SSI SO
Telephone (306)868-8626
12216 September 29.
October 2. 9 16 1981
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERAL
JURISDICTION DIVISION
NOTICE OF ACTION
OSCAR PARDO
Plaintiff,
vs.
TEOSVALDO DURIBE.
Defendant.
To: TEOSVALDO DURD3E.
Last known address
2131 N W 34 th St
Miami, Florida
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
an action to foreclose a mor-
tgage on the following property
In Dade County. Florida:
Lot 7, Block 2 Of OCOEE
PARK, according to the Plat
thereof, as recorded In Plat
Book 2. Page 100, of the Public
Records of Dade County, Flor-
ida
a-k-a 2160-62 N.W 18th Ter
race. Miami, Florida has been
filed agalnat you and you are
required to serve a copy of your
written defenses, If any, to It on
ARNOLD L LIEBERMAN.
Piainttlff's Attorney, whose
address Is 370 Minorca Avenue.
Coral Gables. Florida 33134. on
or before October 23rd, 1981.
and file the original with the
clerk of this Court either before
service on Plaintiff's attorney
or Immediately thereafter:
otherwise a default will be
entered against you for the re-
lief demanded In the Complaint
or Petition
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of this Court on September
21st. 1981
RICHARD P BRINKER
as Clerk of the Court
By: K Selfried
Deputy Clerk
12211 September 25.
Octobers. 9, 16,1981
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
Case No.81 -14302 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
IN RE: The Marriage Of:
WILLIAM H TYLER.
Petitioner Husband.
and
WTLHELMINA TYLER,
Respondent Wife.
TO: WILHELMINA TYLER
NOTICE BY
PUBLICATION
YOU, WILHELMINA TYL-
ER, 2S6 E Mill Street. Dan-
ville, Indiana 46112. are hereby
notified to aerve a copy of your
Answer to the Petition For
Dissolution of Maniac* filed
against you. upon HUSBAND'S
attorney, GEORGE NICHO-
LAS. ESQUIRE. 813 N.W. 13th
Avenue, Miami, Florida SUM.
and file original with the Clark
of the Court on or before Octo-
ber 28. 1981: otherwise the Pe-
tition will be confessed by you.
DATED this 16 day of Sep
tember. 1M1.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
Clerk
By: C. P. Cope land
Deputy Cirk
11197 September 18, 36;
_______ Ortn>*r 9. U63
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned
desiring to engage in business
under the fictitious name
ROAD-RUNNER COURIER at
6090 W. IB Ave No. 3S6. Hla- I
lash. FL S3012 Intends to regie
ter said name with the Clark of '
the Circuit Court of Dade |
County. Florida.
Jorge Antonio LEZA
11161 Sept. 4, tl, 18, 26,1681 |
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
INTHECIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action
No. 81 14368 FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF:
VICKJ CAREN BALLEN.
Petitioner-Wife
and
JEFFREY STUART
BALLEN.
Respondent-Husband
TO MR. JEFFREY
STUART BALLEN
201 02 42nd Avenue
Bayslde. New York 11361
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that an action for Disso-
lution of Manlage has been
filed against you and vou are
required to serve a copy of your
written defenses. If any. to it on
HOWARD N. GALBUT. attor
ney for Petitioner, whose ad-
dress Is 999 Washington Ave-
nue. Miami Beach, Florida.
S31S9. and file the original with
the clerk of the above styled
court on or before October 23.
1981. otherwise s default will
be entered against you for the
relief demanded In the com-
plaint or petit Ion
This notice shall be published
once each weekfor four consec
utive veeks in THE JEWISH
FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami.
Florida on this lth day of Sep
tember 19*1
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dsde County. Florida
B> C P Cope land
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal i
HOWARD N.
GALBUT.ESQUIRE
GALBUT. GALBUT*
MENIN
999 Washington Ave
Miami Beach. Florida 33139
Telephone: (306)872-3100
Attorney for Petitioner
11199 September 28.
October 2. 9. is. 1901
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLOR IDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File NO.81 -7756
Division 02
IN RE ESTATE OF
FRANK BBRICKMAN
Deceased
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
The edmlnlstratlon of the
estate of FRANK B BRICK
MAN, deceased. File Number
81-7766. is pending In the Cir-
cuit Court for Dade County.
Florida. Probate Division the
address of which Is 78 West
Flagler Street. Miami. rL.
33130. The names and ad-
dreases of the personal
representative and the person
al representative's attorney
are set forth below
All Interested persons are re-
quired to file with this court
WITHIN THREE MONTHS OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE: (11 all
claims sgalnst the estate and
(2) any objection by an Inter
ested person to whom notice
was mslled that challenges the
validity of the will, the quallfl
cations of the personal repre
sentative. venue, or Jurlsdlc
tlon of the court.
ALL CLAIMS AND OBJEC
TIONS NOT SO FILED WILL
BE FOREVER BARRED
Publication of this Notice has
begun on September 25. 1981
Personal Representative
LESTER BRICKMAN
175 West 13th Street
New York. NY 1.1011
CYPENfcCYFEN
Attorneys for Personal
Representative
By
Michael A Drlbln
825 Arthur Godfrey Rd
Miami Beach. Florida 33140
Telephone (306 > 532 4721
H198 September28.
Orto*>ei-'.* IK1'
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
INTHECIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIOA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action
NO. 81 14439 FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The Marriage Of:
MARITZA GONZALEZ
Petitioner Wife
and
ARMANDO GONZALEZ
Respondent-Husband
TO ARMANDO GONZALEZ
RESIDENCE 1 NKNOWN
YOt ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that an action for Disso-
lution of Marriage has been
filed against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your
written defenses. If an v. to it on
HUGO I )E AYALA. ESQ. at
tome) tor Petitioner whose
II is 1134 S W -lh Street
Miami Florida 18180, and Hie
the original with the clerk of
the ahov e st> led court on or he
! !. Ol lnbr'r 23. 19; other
wise a default will be entered
against you for the rellet
demanded In the complaint or
petition
This notice shall be published
once each week for four con-
secutive weeks in THE JEW
ISHFUIH1DIAN
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court al Miami.
Florida on this 27 day of Sep-
tember. 1981.
RICHARD I' BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
_ Dade County. Florida
By Clarlnda Brown
As Deputy Clerk
iCircuit Court Seal)
HUGO DE AYALA. ESQ
Attorney for Petitioner
1134 S W 8th Street
Miami. Florida 33130
Telephone 13061868-8626
Attorney for Petitioner
12201 September 26:
October 2. 9 16 1981
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned.
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious name Aable
Auto Parts Warehouse at 6160
N W 166 St.. Miami. Fla 88014
Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dad* County. Florida
Margate Automotive
Warehouse, Inc.
By J R Tully. President
Smith ft Mandlar, PA.
Attorneys for Applicant
11173 September 11, 18,28;
October 2.1*81
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
HO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN
AND FOR DAOE COUNTY
Civil Action
No. 81-4$6> FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The Marriage Of:
ABELARDO HIDALGO
PETITIONER HUSBAND
and
ESPERANZA HIDALGO
a-k-a
ESPERANZA RUIZ
QUINTANILLA
RESPONDENT WIFE
TO:ESPERANZA
HIDALGO a k a
ESPERANZA RUIZ
QUINTANILLA
Caile2nds
esq a Agramonte.
Reparto Puerto Principe
Camaguey.
Pro* 06 I '.un.iguey.
Cuba
YOI \RE HEREBY NOT]
FIED thai at. action for Dlsso
lotion of Marriage has been
filed agiiu,.-it vou and you are
required to set v* a c opy of your
wrltti iny to it on
HUGO DE ay \\.\ F.sy al
torney for Petitioner.
address la 1184 s w 6th But 11
Miami, Florida, and file Iho
original with the clerk of the
aboi irf on or before
(K tober ^'nd 19M otherwise a
default will be entered against
VOU for the relief demanded in
the complaint or petition
This notice shall be published
once each week for foui
secutlve weeks In THE JEW
ISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami.
Florida on this 28 day of Au
gust. 1981
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By K. Selfried
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal l
HI GO DE AYALA. ESQ
1134S W 8th Street
Miami. Florida 331 SO
Telephone: (805)868 8626
Attorney for Petitioner
11158 Sept. 4. 11.18.28. 1981
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW .
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious name DIS
COUHT AUTO CENTERS at
10600 North Kendall Drive.
Miami. Florida 33179 Intends to
register said name with the
Clark of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida
DAWN-MARC, INC.
A Fla. corporation
SMITH A HANDLER, P A
Attorneys for
DAWN MARC. INC.
12306 September 26.
October 8. 6. 16, 1*61
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITINANOFOR
DAOE COUNTY' FLORIDA
FAMILY DIVISION
Case No. 81-18811 FC
In re the marriage of
RABIAB WOLFE
Petitioner
and
ROBERT F. WOLFE
Respondent
___ NOTICE OF ACTION
TO:ROBERTF WOLFE
(Residence Unknown)
YOU ARE 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 on
MARVIN GREBER. Attorney
!?r-PUUSn*r' ,M St
NM B Fl SS161 on or before
October 9. 1981. and We the.
original with the clerk of this
court, otherwise a default will
be entered against you.
Dated: September 4.1961
RICHARD P BRINKER.
By M.J. Hartnett
Aa Deputy Clark
*apt 11. 18.26:
October 3.1881
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSJRUCTIVE SERVICE
>IO PROPERTY)
INTHECIRCUIT COURT
OF THE ELEVENTH
JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA
INANDFOR
DADECOUNTY
CIVIL ACTION
NO. 81 13794 FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE THE MARRIAGE OF
FELIX ANTHONY FELIPE
Petitioner-Husband
and
ARI.EENLUCELLA
KAHEOLANI FELIPE
Respondent-Wife
TO:
ARI.EENLUCELLA
KAHEOLANI FELIPE
2412 Prince Edward St No 202
Honolulu. Hawaii 96815
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that an action for Dis-
solution of Manlage has been
filed against you and you are
required to aerve a copy of your
written defenses. If any. to It on
Felix Anthony Felipe.
Petitioner, whoee address is
15560 SW 307 Street. Leisure
City. Fla 33033. and file the
original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before
October 9, 1981. otherwise s
default will be entered agalnsl
you for the relief demanded In
the complaint or petition
This notice shall be published
once every week for four con
secutlve weeks In THE
JEW ISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami
Florida on this 3 day of Sep
tember. 1981
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By Claridna Brown
Aa Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal I
Felix Anthony Felipe
15560SW 307 Street
Leisure City. Fla 33033
(SOSI 245-8694
September 11.18.26
October 2. 1981
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSJRUCTIVE SERVICE
ytO PROPERTY)
INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION
NO 81-13606
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The Manlage of
RAYMOND E BATTLES.
Petitioner-Husband
and
MAYELA ARAYA BATTLES.
Respondent Wife
TO
Mavela Araya Battles
100 Metros AISurY
150 Al Este DelaCrui
Raja IV Moravia
San Jose. Costa Rica
YOU ARE HEREBY
NOTIFIED that an action for
Dissolution of Manlage has
been filed -
are required to serve aropy of
yotn srrHtan ttofanaaa, if any. to
it on Richard 1. Zapf. attorney
for Petitioner whose address Is
Paste* I >e LaOB Blv.l
Coral Gable* Florida
and file the original with the
i lerk of the ah- I < ou rt
on or before October lft 11*1
otherwise a default will be
entered against you for the
relief demanded In the com
plaint or petition
This notice shall be published
once each week for four con
llv* weeks in THE
JEWISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and seal
of said court at Miami. Florida
on this 8th day of September
1981
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
ByK Selfried
As Deputy clerk
(Circuit Court Seal i
Richard L Zapf. Esq
3121 Ponce De Leon Blvd
Coral Gables. Florida S31S4
Phone 444 7367
Attorney for Petitioner
September 11. 18,28.
October 2, 1981
INTHECIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITINANOFOR
DADE COUNTY' FLORIDA
Case No 81 1J797 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
Di RE: The Marries e Of:
MARIE L BRADLEY.
Petitioner Wife,
and
RODNEY J BRADLEY,
Respondent Husband
NOTICE BT
PUBLICATION
YOU. RODNEY J. BRAD-
LEY. RESIDENCE UN-
KNOWN, are hereby notified to
serve a copy of your Answer to
the Petition For Dissolution of
Manlage filed agalnat you,
upon WIFE'S attorney.
GEORGE NICHOLAS. ES-
QUIRE, 613 N.W. 13th Av*nu*.
Miami. Florida 8S1S6. and file
original with the Clerk of the
Court on or before Oct 9. 1981;
otherwise the Petition will be
confessed by you.
DATED this S day of Sep-
tember, 1981
RICHARD P. BRINKER
CLERK
By: M.J. Hartnett
,.... ^PWyCtork
11UH September 11. 18,28
Octobers. 1881
NOTICE OF ACT ION
CONSJRUCTIVE SERVICE
>IO PROPERTY)
INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FAMILY DIVISION
CIVIL ACTION
NO.81 18T68-FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The Marriage of:
SARAH R. COHEN.
IV tit loner
BRL*c4f COHEN.
Residence Unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that an action for
Dissolution of Manlage has
been filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses. If any. to
on David A Karp. attorney for
Petitioner, whose address Is
.lavits a Karp. 3550 Blscayne
Boulevard. Suite 604. Miami.
Florida 3S1S7. and file the
original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before
October 9. 1981 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 con
secutlve weeks in THE
JEWISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami.
Florida on this 3 day of Sep
tember. 1981
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By Clarlnda Brown
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal i
DAVID A KARP ESQUIRE
lai its and Karp
3560 Hlscayne Blvd
Suite 904
Miami. Florida SS137
I 306 i 376-4526
Attorney for Petitioner
September 11. 18.26.
October 2 1981
>
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR OAOE COUNTY
Civil Action
No. 81 14436 FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The Marriage Of
M Alt It" (1 AI.1.AKDO
I'elili oner Husband
and
1 RSINAV <;au.ardo
ItespiHident Wife
TO I 'RSINAV
C.AIJ.ARIX)
Residence I nknnwn
v. di ,KK HEREBY NOTI
I- IKll that all at lion (or I ii lulu,n of Marriage has Iieen
tiled against you and you are
requlrad to serve a copy of your
mi i tier, lie fe rises if anv. to It on
Hi GO IK AYAI.A. ESQI IRE,
attorne) foi Petitioner, wwoas
i.lli, i- 1184 S W sth Street.
I lortda and Ilia tin
I 1U the lerk uf the
..irt un oi IN
tajtl oSJii re
. ntered a,
"f demanded H
etll ion
I published
.. tiall I (Mil
Mkl in THE Jr W
ISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS mi hand and the
seal of said court at Miami
Florida on this 17 day of Sep-
tember 1981
RICHARD P BRINKER
Aa Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Fli rlda
By Clarlnda Brown
Asl>eputynerk
cClrcultCourt Seal I
HUGO DE AYALA. ESQ
Attorney for Petitioner
1134 S W 8th Street
Miami. Florida 33ISO
Attorney for Petitioner
12206 September 25.
October 2. 9. 16. 1981
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
civil Action
N*. 81 14881 FC
action far dissolution
sf man Is a*
DM RE: The marriage of
KEN LOY CHD*.
Husband,
and
RUBY CHIN.
Wife
TO Mrs Ruby Chin
1BB1 Albany Avenue
Brooklyn. NY. 11311
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that an action for Dtsao
ruOon of Marriage, has been
filed against you and you are
required to aerve a copy of your
written defenses. If any. to It on
ARTHUR H. LIPSON, attorney
for Petitioner, whoa* address la
1616 N.W Iff St.. Suit* 316.
Miami, Florida, and file the
original with the dork of the
above styled court on or before
October 38. 1881; otherwise a
default will be entered agalnsl
you for the. relief demanded in
the complaint or petition
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami.
Florida on this IT day of Sep
tember. 1881.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
Aa Clark, Circuit Court
Dad* County. Florida
ByM J Hartnott
As Deputy Clerk
September 6,
October 2. 9. 16. 1881

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Herman, Wife Of Builder
Uian Herman, 76, of
^h passed away. Mrs.
ad been a resident here
.8. coming from Pitt-
" Mrs. Herman was the
i Herman, a prominent
jder and hotel owner.
irivi-d by her husband,
I Morris (Sylvia) Her-
i (Rella) Herman, and
rothy) Herman, of
.jeven grandchildren;
\t grandchildren; her
idler Passes
dler of North Miami
_ away September
rly of Brooklyn, Mrs.
en a resident here for
years. She is sur-
fer husband, Jerome;
Hollywood; daugh-
ra W Hen sky. North
and Barbara Adler,
parents, Israel and
omith. Miami Beach;
[My man Shalomith,
urn. sisters, Vida
th Miami Beach, and
Is, Jacksonville, Serv-
eld September 18 at
Cohen,
iar Resident
shen of North Miami
away September
fchen had been a Miami
40 years, coming here
Me is survived by
plermene. daughters,
I Carey; mother, Idell;
lJules; sister-in-law,
other-m-law. Dorothy
Services were held
[22.
flic Notice
dtice under
1tiousname law
Ice is hereby
I that the undersigned.
i to "gage In business
I fictitious name R C.
SERVICE at MO
AVENUE. OPA
FLORIDA 33044 In-
regliter said name
Clerk of the Circuit
de County. Florida.
1AI.DE COWIE
PERVIS AVENUE
[ <>I'A I.OCKA.
f I -" K11) A S3064
\M KEII..
[for Owner
|T 4TH AVE
" fi.a
S^pt 11. IS. imi
ICE OF ACTION
1UCTIVE SERVICE
1PR0PERTY)
CIRCUIT COURT OF
EVENTH JUDICIAL
IT OF FLORIDA, IN
"DROADE COUNTY
I Civil Action
[No. 81 144JJ
ULY DIVISION
(FOR DISSOLUTION
f MARRIAGE
pKMARKIAUEOE
|IX>ARAOON
er Husband
and
E ARAQON
I'M wue
>IE ARAGON
Jnde fue la eacuela
ijadra tbajo.
f > media al Sur
V*> derecha,
Mua Nicaragua
JIE HEREBY NOTI
9 l*Mtlon for Dlaso-
lyour Marriage has
.' *nd commenced In
land you are required
ropy of your written
UJ ny. to It on Hugo
"quire, attorney for
"hose address Is
h street. Miami,
M rue the original
I clerk of the above
' on or before Octo-
,_ otherwise a de-
L ~en.tered inat
* relief prayed for tn
miorpeUUon.
fee shall be published
! "k for four con
Spun" jicw
the seal of aald
ml, Florida on this
JJJDP BRINKER
f". Circuit Court
County. Florida
"*nnda Brown
pgggm
ridaijuo
rPsuttooer
rrw,, >Ptombr:
brothers, Louia Moskovitz of
Miami and Herman Moskovitz of
Somerset, Pa Mrs. Herman was
a life member of Mizrachi.
Temple Beth Raphael. A Mother
m Israel; former member of Beth
David Synagogue. Temple
Emanu-EI and Miami Hebrew
Congregation. Services were held
September 22 at Rubin Memorial
Lhapel with interment at Mt
Nebo.
Abraham Gevirtz,
Philanthropist
Abraham Gevirtz, a New York
and Florida Realtor, passed away
September 18. A former dress
manufacturer, he was a founder
of the Mt. Sinai Medical Center
and Albert Einstein College of
Medicine. Other organizations he
supported included the Jewish
Theological Seminary of
America, the United Jewish
Appeal and the Federation of
Jewish Philanthropies.
He is survived by his wife.
Dorothy; daughters, Ruth
Gervitz, of Bal Harbour, Harriet
Weiner of New York; three
grandchildren and two great-
grandchildren.
Services were held September
21 with local arrangements by
Riverside.
Friday, September 25,1981 / The Jewish Floridian Page 23-B
David Friedman Former Medical Director
KRAVITZ
A Edward. M. Miami, patted away
September 17 Mr Kravitz had made hit
home here for the patt 15 years coming
from Cleveland. Ohio. He was a mem
ber of Beth David Synagogue. He it sur-
vived by hit wife, Sylvia; four sons,
Max Kraviti, Columbus. Ohio. Philip
Kravitz. Miami. Dr Jack Kravifz.
Gallup, N.M. and Dr. Larry Kravitz,
Gainesville Fia.. titter. Yetta Ellowlfz.
Brooklyn. NY. two grandchildren.
Services were held September 11 at
Gordon Funeral Home.
APPEL. Sidney. T4. Plantation. Sep-
tember IT. Rubin.
BUCKSTEDI. Jack. Hollywood. River
side.
BUSHMAN, Esther Miami Beach.
Rubin.
RICHTER. MarUyn. North Miami
Beach. September 17. Riverside.
TUPPER. Kitty. September IS. Rubin
Chapel. Star of David.
DWORKIN. Morris. Miami Beach, Sep-
tember 2S. Rubin. Star of David.
FALB. Harry H SB. Miami Beach. Sep-
tember 23, Rubin.
FINK. Herbert. e. Miami Beach. Sep-
tember M. Riverside.
GINSBERG. Shirley. U. Hallanrtale.
September 23. Levitt-Welneteuv
SLAVIN. Raymond. Lake Worth.
NOBEL. Martin. Rubin.
SPIVAK. Abraham. 73. Miami Beach.
September 18. Rubin.
SWERLICK, George
FRIEDMAN. Mabelle. 77, Hollywood
September 20, Riverside. Star of Da-
vid
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR OAOE COUNTY
Civil Action
No. 81 14437 PC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN KK The Marriage Of:
ALFREDO PADRON
PeUtioner Husband
and
ANAC PADRON
Respondent Wife
TO. ANAC PADRON
2813 Cedar Lawn Drive
Marrero.
IxHilslana 70072
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that an action for Disso-
lution of Marriage has been
nied against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your
written defenses. If any. to It on
HUGO DE AYALA. ESQUIRE,
attorney for PeUtioner, whose
address Is 1134 S W 8th Street.
Miami Florida, and file the
original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before
October 23. 1B81. 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 con-
secuUve weeks In THE JEW
ISH FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami.
Florida on this 17 day of Sep-
tember, 1M1
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By Clarlnda Brown
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seall
Hugode Aysla. Esq
Attorney for Petitioner
1134 SW 8th Street
Miami. Florida 33130
Attorney for Petitioner
12204 SeptemberJB;
October 2. 9.18. mi.....
David Friedman, 76, of Holly-
wood, passed away. A resident
for 20 years, formerly of Michi-
gan, Mr. Friedman was the
former Medical Director of West
Broward Medical Center and was
active in the Osteopathic Medical
Assoc. He is survived by his
daughters, Pamela Wilson of
Fort Lauderdale; Marcia Fried-
man of Delray Beach; three
grandchildren; his brother, Hy-
Rose Gelber,
34-Year Resident
Rose Gelber. 91, of Miami
Beach passed away September
16. Mrs. Gelber had been a resi-
dent here since 1947, coming
originally from New York. She is
survived by her sons, Leo of
Miami and Sidney and Judge
Seymour Gelber of Miami Beach;
seven grandchildren; two great-
grandchildren; brothers Jack and
Irving Weiselberg of New York;
and sister, Edith Greenfarb of
New York and Anna Geller of
Miami Beach. Services were held
September 18 at Rubin Memorial '
Chapel, with interment at Mr.
Nebo.
Minnie Stein
Passes
Minnie Stein, 80, of North
Miami passed away. Mrs. Stein
had been a resident here for 22
years, formerly of Philadelphia.
She is survived by her daughter,
Claire Pomerantz of North Miami
Beach; son, Alan Stein of San
Francisco; brothers, Abe and
Mark Cohn of New Mexico; sis-
ter, Rose Bass of Pennsylvania;
and five grandchildren. She was a
member of Papanicolaou Cancer
and Hadassah. Services were
held in Philadelphia with local ar-
rangements by Riverside.
Adolf Blank
Passes Away
Adolf Blank, 90. of Miami
Beach passed away. He had been
a resident here 30 years, coming
originally from New York. He is
survived by his wife, Jennie; son,
Dr. Harold (Ruth) Blank of Lake
Placid, N.Y.; daughter, Muriel
(Edwin) Hirsch of New Hyde
Park, N.Y. and four grandsons.
He was a member of Knesseth
Israel. Temple Emanuel and Al-
exander S. Gross-Hebrew
Academy. Services were held
September 25 at Riverside with
interment at Mt. Nebo.
GELB
MONUMENTS INC.
Open frery Day C /osrd -Sobfcsffl
140 SW 57th Avenue
Phone 366-2888
man, of Miami; and sisters. Rose
Durid of Cocoa Beach and Mary
SEMER. Better. 64. Miami Beach, Sep-
tember 21, Rubin. Mt. Nebo.
SIEGEL. Charles, September 28. River-
side
ALLEN. William. Hollywood
BERMAN. Harry. North Miami Beach.
Riverside
OOLDMAN, Barney. 73, HallanrtassJ
September 23, Riverside. ^
PEARLENE, Pauline. Miami Beach.-
September 22.
PHILLIPS. Sol. Bal Harbour.
SCHLISSEL. EsteUe, West Palm
Beach.
KOPP, Beatrice R 83. Miami. Septem
ber 20.
KOTZEN. Norman. September 20.
WEISS. Albert. 80. North Miami. Sep-
tember 20. Levitt Welnsteln.
Bach of Dallas. Service were held
September 25 at Riverside.
WOLLMAN, Helen, North Miami
Beach. September 20. Riverside.
LOWENSTEIN. Adolph. 66, North
Miami Beach. September 21. Levitt
Welnsteln
STOPEK. Abram, 82, September 30,
Star of David.
BARASCH. Pauline. Plantation. Sep-
tember 21, Gutterman-Muslcant
Kreltzman, Star of David.
I)ALLEN. Isadore. Miami Beach. Sep-
tember 20, Rubin.
GOLDREYER, Estelle Bloch. 80. Hal
landale, September 31 Levitt
Welnsteln
JAKOBOVITS. Mrs. Yolan, Miami
Beach, September 30, Rubin.
LEIBERSTEIN, Mrs Diana. Miami
Beach. September 31, Rubin. Mt
Sinai.
PUNDIK, Enrique, Miami Beach, Sep-
tember 21. Rubin.
In Memory 01
MR. HERMAN FELDENKRAIS
AND
MRS, CLAIRE FEIG
From Your Children
Eva Steve, Steve Ryan and Clayton Felg
In Loving Memory Of
GERTRUDE KLEINMAN
Devoted Wife Mother and Grandmother
Samuel Kleinman
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*l*V..~vS|g.gq^ THe^e^iSn'riSmngn^nday, September 26,1961

BBPPS Kill SEBB
Greetings to our many Jewish friends and
neighbors on the occasion of this, their
High Holy Season. We extend our best
wishes for a new year filled with health
happiness and prosperity.


Jewish Floridian
iKiiiiiiiHiWHMmumniMiiiiiiiiiiiMMiiiMii Friday. September 25, 1981
On Rosh Hashanah
Our thoughts tuRn to pRayeR an6 Jewish SurvivaI
Section C
AT THE approach of Rosh Hashanah, our
thoughts turn to prayer itself, its meaning to us
as Jews and its value in Jewish survival. In dip
ning through basic Jewish classics. I find that
even the great philosophers, theologians and reli-
gious leaders and spokesmen probe the meaning
of prayer, and come up with different concepts.
We all stand in judgment before God during
the High Holy Days and. of course, we pray, both
as individuals and as members of a community
- for forgiveness. Abraham Joshua Heschel. in
Man s Quest for God," tells us the following:
iT IS not safe to pray alone. Tradition
jgnsta that we pray with, and as a part of. the
community: that public worship is preferable to
private worship.'
Then he added, "Those who cherish genuine
praver, yet feel driven away from the houses of
worship "because of the sterility of public worship
I > Hill
I II Sill
today, seem to believe that private prayer is the
only way.
Yet. the truth is that private prayer will not
survive unless it is inspired by public prayer. The
way of the recluse, the exclusive concern with
personal salvation, piety in isolation from the
community is an act of impiety."
PERHAPS these words, clearly and plainly
enunciated, explain why Jews, sometimes in-
different to synagogue attendance during the rest
of the year, fill their houses of worship during the
Days of Awe.
Dr. Heschel made another penetrating point
about Judaism, and relates it to prayer in com-
munion with others:
"Judaism is not only the adherence to par-
ticular doctrines and observances but primarily
living in the spiritual order of the Jewish people,
the living in the Jews of the past with the Jews of
the present.
"Judaism is not only a certain quality in the
souls of the individuals, but primarily the exist-
ence of the community of Israel. It is not a
doctrine, an idea, a faith, but the covenant be-
tween God and the people. Our share in holiness
we acquire by living in the Jewish community.
What we do as individuals is a trivial episode:
what we attain as Israel causes us to become a
part of eternity."
IN THIS striving for eternity, in this desire
for unity with one's own people. Jews gather to-
gether on Rosh Hashanah when they cannot
seem to find the time to come together on other
holidays and pray. Thus, "the Jew does not
stand alone before God." according to Dr.
Heschel. "It is as a member of the community
thut he stands before God."
Nevertheless, prayer is also an individual
|ilii.isc(| by Murtin liulx-r. clarified the
MgiiilH'aiict! ol personal prayer in these poetic
WOI(l>.
"Let everyone cry out to God and lift up his
heart to Him, as if we were hanging by a hair and
a trumpet were raging to the very heart of heaven
so that he did not know what to do. and he had
almost no more time left to cry out. And in truth
there is no counsel and no refuge for him to save
to remain alone and to lift up his eyes and his
heart to God and to cry out to Him. One should
In tln> at all times, lor a man is in great danger in
ilu' world."
"A man is in great clanger in the world
and if man the Jew recognizes himself as
part of his people, then man cannot but be
anxious not only about himself but his people.
THIS IS why the Jew responds to the call of
his fellow Jew everywhere in the world and why
Kol Yisrael Chaverim all Jews are Brothers.
Besides prayer in the synagogue both the
private and the public act what can we. as
Jews, pray for (as representatives of an entire
people) as we face the challenge of the New Year?
We can, and must, of course, pray for world
peace.
The Hebrew Prophets, fierce and demanding
as they were, understood that peace was primary
if there was to be progress in the world In the
words ol the Prophets do we find the most elo-
quent disposals for peace as is inherent in our
faith that we pray for and seek peace.
Other religions conquered by the sword, and
left trails of death, bloodshed and massacre in
their wake. This is foreign to the Jew. It has been
peace, not the sword for the Jew.
AND EVEN today, as the Jewish State of
Israel prays for peace, calls for peace sessions
with adamant and war-like enemies, the weapons
of the Jewish State are collected and purchased in
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Blast of the Shofar
its Souno is the CenteRpiece of the high holy day
By CHAIM BERMANT
LAST!
One sound, and we all come to life, even those
us who have been in shul since the service
K'an which, on Rosh Hashanah, can be as early
Hi am.
There can be no doubt that the tekiat shofar
the center piece of the festival, for, apart from
ythmg else, ft is the one part of the service
"<"h we can all understand. One doesn't have to
able to read only to hear, for its very sound
"iaims its purpose. It is a clarion call, the
'ion call.
The Rambam defined its message in the fol-
Wg terms:
i" ake, (J sleepers, from your sleep. O Slum-
aroU90 ye from your slumbers and
' your deeds, repent and remember your
is perhaps why we begin blowing the
i month before Rosh Hashanah so that.
when the festival comes, we should already be set
on the road to improvement.
THERE IS no doubt that, properly blown,
the shofar can have a significant impact on even
the most desiccated soul. It can and, indeed,
should awaken the dead, for according to
tradition it will sound at the end of days to signal
the resurrection. But, in fact, very few baalei
tekiah haw i lie skill.-. PUCBBry for their job, even
win it iluv have the wind.
In the Glasgow synagogue which I attended,
tekiat shofar was a time of high drama. The
. Mi 1l> president had a chazaka and baal tekiah,
and whenever he put the instrument to his lips, an
expectant hush descended on the assembly
which is to say. they all expected him to fluff it;
and fluff it he did. though he huffed and he puffed
till he was blue in the face.
The junior warden then tried, with much the
same effect: then the financial representative, the
rabbi, the first reader, the second reader, and so
on. all the way down to the shammos. who was in
fact no better, than the rest, but it was felt by
then the shofar had been duly sounded, if only in
aggregate, and they continued with the service.
THE ONLY shofar virtuoso in Scotland was
my late father, of blessed memory, but on Rosh
Hashanah he preferred to pray in a shtibl. 1 have
inherited something of his skill, and pack up my
shofar in my old tallit bag, and smile, smile,
smile, but nobody asks me to play.
The shofar began life as a musical instrument
and was used in the Temple service together with
the trumpet. The trumpets were of silver, but the
shofar could be made out of any of a variety of
horns, including sheep, goats, antelopes and
gazelles, though the shofar used on Rosh
Hashanah must be a ram's horn because of the
connection between the festival and the binding
of Isaac (who was, of course, saved from sacrifice
through the timely appearance of a ram with its
horns caught in a thickit).
Wc first hear of the shofar in Exodus and
Continued on Pagw22-C


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EVERYONE in Jerusalem eats. Day and
n%ht. old and young, visitors and residents. They
walk the streets, stop at the abundance of snack
bars with outdoor counters and the continue on
their way most often, eating.
Saturday evening is really the best time to ex-
perience the outdoor eating craze, which lasts at
least from May through October when the
weather is good '(although it doesn't happen only
when the sloes are clear. Winter is also a good
time for eating).
Let me guide you on a walk through downtown
Jerusalem for stand-up eating.
Take a map of Jerusalem in your hand and find
Jerusalem's department store. Hamashbir. on
King George Street. Cross the street and walk to
your left, down King George, toward Jaffa Road.
UNCLE SAM. 7 King George, is billed as
'America in Israel'" The ads say. "I am the first
uuc in tht cuunu-y to serve hot dogs and ham-
eating: A
neveR-endinq
! isRAeli Activity
1
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By SYBIL ZIMMERMAN
Nuria's Beauty Salon
1719 Akea Read. Miami 672-7031
Happy New Year To All
Pestonit Flowers
129 SW 12 Are.. Mi-mi 545-7701
Happy New Year
Twery's Imports
190 NE 40 Street. Miami 576-0564
Happy New Year
Strictly Tennis Inc.
1401 Sunset Drive. Miami 666-6067
13720 Kendal Dr. 387 1200
Happy Mm War To Al, I
Dadeland Pool Corp
14094 SW 84 St.. Miami 595-5181
Happy Mm War
Dedex Associates Inc.
4507 SW 75 An, Miaaai 261-5*54
Happy New Year
The Frame Factory
1406 Wee* 49 Street. Hialeah- 568-0412
Happy New Year
Ana's Pet Shop
FEED AND SUPPLY
18825 SW 117th. Ave. 232-0778
2197 NW 7 th. An. 3258412
Wishes Everyone A Happy New Year
Atlantic Hosiery
4706 NW 132nd Street. Ope Lecka 685-7617
Happy New Year
Bay Power Marine, Inc.
DISCOUNT MARINE CENTER
7360 NW 56 Street 8889633
Wishes The Entire Jewish Community
A Happy New Year
Miami Beach
Nursing Home
550 9th Street 531-3321
Happy New Year
John F. Allison
811 Longford Building. Miaaai 377-4639
Happy New Year To All
Service First Insurance
3421 NW 7th. Avenue. Miaaai 635-7507
Happy New Year
Esther's Draperies
M.D.A. Corp.
3211 SW 22nd Terrace. Miaaai 445-2151
Happy New Year
Miami Beach Optical
Center, Inc.
1579 Waahingtoa Ave.. Miami Beach
Happy New Year To AU
534-0595
Southgate Hotel &
Apertments
RESTAURANT AND LOUNGE
900 West Aveaec. Miaaai Beach 672-2412
____________Happy New Year
Sunrise Gardens
Retirement Home
Happy New Year
22798 SW 112 Ave-. F
253-2730
La Casa de Los Colores
THE HOUSE OF COLORS
1920 SW 8 Street. Miaaai 649-1000
Happy New Year To AU
Aladdin Upholstery
2557 NW 23rd. St.. Miami -634-4769
Happy New Year To AU
Raleigh Bicycles
Of Kendall Mall
8941 SW 197 Ave Peoe* 279-4111
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy New Year
Contemporary Wall
Covering, Inc.
2582 MissaJGsrneae Drive-9314W12
Wishes AU Their Friends 4 Customers
A Happy New Year
Ho ratio ? s Res tau ran t
Of The Coconut Grove
Hotel JtaBafca*
Sheet Metal As so.
2463 NW 76 St. SS Oitchiek. Pre.. 8364011
Happy New Year
KENDALL RACQUET BALL
AND HEALTH CLUB
Located in the Dadetaad West
Office Park at the intersection
of N. Kendall Drive 4 SW 107 Ave
596-0600
FUN WORLD
230 I rot, Keem. Uimtm Bfmek
371 2255 or 674-0005
Happy New Year
Energy Earning Products
Inc.
*9t7 NEW3e.8t^_ 048^74
burgers to Jerusalem" Need one say more?
Steakburgers, burger sandwiches, fried fi
platters and french fries (all kosher) are on tl*
menu.
Ritchie's Pizaa. 5 King George, is a hangout fo,
Americans. It offers ice cream, waffles, m^
shakes and naturally New York style p^,
all kosher.
Here are some of the better places to try k\sii
Felafel Zalia. 5 King George, with frwhh
squeezed juices also available; Merkaz FeUfc
(the Felafel Center), corner of Agrippas and King
George, also servee shwarma, defined below
lijafarh Felafel. (the King of Felafel). at the begin'
rung of A nppas Street.
FELAFEL PROBABLY came from Egypt,
where it is called ta'amta. It is said to have been
created by the Egyptian Christian Copu who
Hot Tots, Inc.
Specializing In Children's Accessories
13325 SW 198 Plant 238-7230
Happy New Year To AU
Air Beep Of Florida
BEEPERS
7929 NE 1st. Avenue 757-2333
Happy New Year To Everyone
Simons & Rose Ins.
Agency
2901 Btiugepit Ave. 443-4886
Wishes Everyone A Happy New Year
Burck Air
Conditioning Corp.
5043 SW 8th. Street 442-8023 or 442-8055
A Happy New Year To AU
Well-Bilt
Products Inc.
5561.N W 39 Avenne, Miaaai 6358621
Browsed- 525-0688 .. Pal- Beach 737-J8M
Happy New Year
ANIMAL LOVERS
WEST
8454 SW 24 Street 223 7141
Holiday Greetings To AU
ROCHA' S CATERING
548 Hialeah Drive. Hialeah 8888048
Happy New Year
Fiesta Tacos
13891 N. Kendall Dr. 595 1314
Wish The Entire Jewish Community
A Happy New Year
THE SALVATION
ARMY
1396 S W 1st Street. Miami 643-t900
Happy New Year
Al's Furniture
Refinishing
1951 NW 141 St. Bay 26. Opa Lock. -
Happy New Year To AU
893-28
Winston Realty
20430 Bierayae Blvd.. Miaaai 931*41
Happy New Year
Rothman's Shoe Salon
9700 CoMas Aveau*
Miaaai IT sera. riiTJ-*- mlM
360 Miracle MaV Corel GabU.
Paakt Sa mm Caster Mleew
Happy New Year From AUOf Us To MW*
866-1172


Kendall Seafood
8857 SW 107 Ave. 595-6447
New Year Greetings
FEDCO
1605 Washington Avc., Miami Beach 531-7307
Happy New Year
Mr. Kool
AUTO AIR SPECIALISTS
602 NE 167th St. 947-7601 or 947-6379
Happy New Year
The Krutchik Family
Kaye Brothers Inc.
WHOLE MEATS & PROVISIONS
Happy New Year
London Shop Inc.
159 E. Flagler St., Miami 374-6135
Happy New Year To All
E. ALLEN BECKER
1006 Lincoln Rd.. Miami Beach 532-2351
Happy New Year
HOUSE OF SPAIN
14241 South Dixie Highway. Miami 233-8100
Happy New Year
White-Heart Hotel
315 Ocean Drive. Miami Beach 5341913
Happy New Year
SNACK & BREW
West Diiie & 148th St. N.M.B. 944-6690
Happy New V r
Royal Carpet & Tile Co.
35 Rear Weat McNab Rd.. Tamarac 722-4411
Dade Phone: 949-2707
Happy New Year
Intorcia Pools
18766 SW 105th Place. Miami 238-5877
Happy New Year
Morris Hosiery Barn
1708 Alton Rd. M.B. 672-1158
Happy New Year To All
Design Europa
3227 NE 2nd. Ave.. Miami 573-6794
Happy New Year
Small Fry Camp
Galaxy
1455 NW 183 St. 624-9609
New Year Greetings
Bob White's Bowling
PRO SHOP & BILLIARD SUPPLIES
1227 NE 2nd. Ave., Miami 374-0642
New Year Greetings
Sikes Tile Dist.
4010 NW 24 St.. Miami 871-3950
Happy New Year
Shoreview Towers
1251 NE 108th St.. Miami 893-6820
A Happy New To All
Coastal Plumbing
Co. Of Miami
NE 185 St., North Miami Beach 651-4429
Happy New year To All .
Silver Plumbing &
Sewer Service Inc.
1071 NE 79 St.. Miami 33138 672-1741
Happy New Year
Charles M. Powell
INSURANCE & REAL ESTATE
2355 SaUedo Street, Coral Gabbles 4455561
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy New Year
Doug. Stewart Realtor
8433 SW 132 St.. Miami 33156
New Year Greetings
233-7171
The Unicorn
Natural Food Reatuarant
16454 NE 6 Ave. 944-5*95
Holiday Greetings To All
"Jilly Clothiers"
332 Miracle Mile, Coral Gables 442-2729
We Wish The Entire Jewish
Community A Happy New Year
Tel-Car Corp.
1900 Congress Bldg.. Miami 358-7720
We Wish All Our Friends A Customers
A Very Happy New Year
Joseph Custom Tailor
159 Aragon Ave.. Coral Gables 443-8893
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Happy New Year
Mercedes European
Auto Shop
600 NW 62 St.. Miami 751-0182
Happy New Year TaAU
HM J.I I -'' '"
Friday. September 25.1981 / The Jewish Floridian Page 3-C
served up this dish during Lent when meat was
not eaten.
11 is a combination of chick peas, tyarlic,
parsley, lemon juice, cumin, coriander, salt and
pepper; sometimes burgul, dry bread crumbs and
eggs are added. The mixture is shaped into small
bulls aikI deep fried in oil. Israeli vendors have a
clever gudget which scoops up the mixture and
then releases the formed ball into the hot oil.
Felafel is typically served inside half or whole
pita (Arab pocket bread) with a variety of salads
and sauces. Sometimes one gets a slice of dill
pickle and a salad of tomatoes, white and red cab-
bage or tomatoes and cucumber.
THERE ARE two sauces which you can spoon
into the filled pita a white sauce made of
sesame seed paste called tchina and a red sauce
made of hot peppers and called harif (sharp) in
Continued on Page 4-C
Lazaro's Waste
Service Inc.
255 NW 28 St. 635-2210
Happy New Year
Team Mobile Service
3647 NW 36 St.. Miami 635-2970
Happy New Year
J. Vericat
,^PERSONALIZED CUSTOM TAILORING
I0Z5 Kane Concourse. Bay Harbor Island 866-3827
Happy New Year
SAFECO
Air Conditioning
2203 NW 23rd. Ave. 541-1923 or 635-1288
Happy New Year To All
Pauls Carpet Co. Inc.
2400 N. Miami Aye.. Miami 573-8337
Happy New Year
Silver Scissors
UNISEX STYLING SALON
1459 NE 162nd. Street 940-4635
Happy New Year To All
Roman Pub
ONCE YOU'VE BEEN HERE YOU'LL
FIND WE HA VE E VER YTHINGfr
1774 NW 183 Street 624-3624
Happy New Year To All
Aladdins Travel & Tours
12550 Biacayne Blvd. No. 210 Phone: 891-7485
Wishes Everybody A Happy New Year
Tropical Paper Box Co.
7000 NW 25th Street. Miami 592-5520
Happy New Year
Amaixi Enterprises
DOOR & WINDOW GUARDS. GATES & FENCES
2059 NW 141 Street 688-1231
A Happy New Year To All
B-KOOL
Window Tinting
18300 Biacayne Blvd. 932-0072
Happy New Year To All
The Nail Place, Inc.
18222 W Dixie Hwy. 931-9879
25.00 Special Full Set Of Acrylic Nail,.
With This Ad Only
Happy New Year
The Clothes Tree
1117 NE 163rd. Street 949-5050
Wishes The Entire Jewish Community
A Happy New Year
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Continued from Page 3-C
Hebrew.
Once in a while, one ia privileged to find a piece
of fried eggplant, or even on more rare occasions
some french fries thrust into the pita.
Directly opposite Felafel Zalia, one can find a
number of ice cream stands and cafes:
Milk Bar Strauss, 2 King George, on the comer
of King George and Jaffa Road, specializes in ice
cream cones and dishes and light refreshments.
Cafe Babka, (formerly Marcus), 4 King George,
sweet cakes, cookies, pastries and ice cream; Cafe
Allenby, 6 King George, sweet cakes, french fries,
ice cream and (on occasion) freshly made potato
chips.
CONTINUE WALKING up the cafe side of
King George and make the first JJJ(JJJ
right onto Agrippaa Street. Here you find the two
felafel places already mentioned.
You will also find a man with a large container
on wheels selling sweet corn, wrapped in huaaa.
with salt on the side.
Continue walking up Agrippas Street on the
right hand side. When you recognize a huge shop-
ping center-office building-construction site, UtJ
Center, you are at the corner of Agnppas and Roi
Yisrael Chaverim Street.
Steakit Makam, 44 Agrippas, can be recog-
nized by the sign of a parachutist with an open
Erachute and the word "kosher." The restaurant
s an open window to the street where a grill is
placed. Salads, humus (chick pea dip) and mixed
grill are the apecialtiea.
MIXED GRILL is a combination of chicken
livers and hearts, turkey or beef pieces and
onions. The cook frequently holds a knife in one
hand and tonga in the other. He tosses the pieces
continually (he tells me a portion takes four
minutea to cook) in a stiry-fry method of fast
cooking while conatantly cutting the meat into
small pieces.
When cooked, the pieces go inside a piece of
pita with dill pickle and hot pepper. On the side is
mango sauce which haa the smell and look of a
curry sauce.
At Steakit Makam one can apecially request
tambusa, a Moroccan or Kurdi dish, whkh re-
sembles a large piece of fried fiah. It ia made of
chick peas, flour and spices which are deep fried.
An added novelty on the counter ia a bowl of
parsley. Take a handful for freshening your
New Deal Kosher
Meat & Poultry Market
Serving the Jewish Community For 25 Years
1362 NE 163 St. N.M.B. 945-2512
A Happy New Year To
All Our Friends A Customers
S*>
Trenouth A. Adams, Agent
753 NE 167th Street, N. Miami Beach. Fla. 33162
Phone: 651-2345
State Farm Insurance Companies
Home Offices: Bloomgington. Illinois
New Year Greetings
Flair Of Miami
209 W. 21 at. Street Hialeah 885-3968
Happy New Year
Merchants Bank
Of Miami
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
9680 Coral Way
Main Office: 950 SW 57th. ave.
Trail Office: 6600 SW 8th St
Member Federal Deposit insurance corporation
Mark's
The word for quality Cleaning & Laundry
120120th St., M.B. 538-6104
Open 7 ajn. to7 p.m. Sat. to6 p jn
In by 10. out by 5 same day aervke for cleaning.
Shirt laundering, flat work, fluff dry.
Never an extra charge
We Wish All Our Friends
A Happy New Year
May the New Year Holidays bring to you and yours
a bountiful harvest of the things most worthwhile .
Health, Friendship, Love, Happiness and bring to
fulfillment your most cherished desires.
Levison
Loans
22 NW Ut. Street, Suite 101
Miami 33128
. 371-6437
9
ZEVBUFMAN
& FAMILY
Happy New Year To All
Cyes Lounge & Restaurant
Huysmart Realty
NORTH CAROLINA-FLORIDA ACREAGE
2000 S. Dixie Hwy. Suite 113 Phone: 8567029
A Happy New Year To All
Jerry s Air
Conditioning
2250 NE 199 Street 931-8008
Breward Phone: 920-6642
Holiday Greetings To All
Joyce's Klothes
Kollection
32 NE 1 Avenue. Hallandale
Hade: 944-1132 Browsrd: 458-4874
Happy New Year To All
Scioli Pools
A DIVISION OF SCIOLI BUILDERS. INC
24903 South Dixie Highway 245 I UK
Wishes Everyone A Happy New Year
Wayne's Coffee Shop
12502 NE 8th Avenue 893 9424
Wishes A Happy New Year To The
Entire Jewish Community
444 BrickeU Ave. Miami
Happy New Year
Gallagher-Cole
Associates
4700 Biscayne Boulevard Phone: (305) 576-4100
Phil C. Gallagher Samuel T. Cole
Raymond O. Boon. CLU
Happy New Year To All
Miller & Solomon
GENERAL CONTRACTORS
BOB MILLER
JOE SOLUSI0\
Prestige Motor
Car Imports
15561 W. Dixie Hwy. N.M.B. 944-1800
Happy New Year
The Black Angus
Restaurant
460 S. Dixie Hwy. Coral Gables. Fla. 33146
Phone: 661-3403
Happy New Year To All
m *
Shamrock Auto Rentals
2701 NW LeJetme Rd. Miami
573-8010 or 871- 6311
Happy New Year
Samsons Furniture
Warehouse
NW 167 ST (Palmetto Expressway) At 44 A*
Wuhes Alt A Happy New Yaer


FYldayVSepWrrta^25,19tfl >theJoWisriFibridiah
breath when you finish eating.
CONTINUE ALONG Agrippas past Mahaneh
Yehudah, Jerusalem's Jewish open-air food
market. At night, the market is closed except for
a few eating places which serve felaftl, mixed
grill, humus, salads, etc.
If you come during the day, take a right hand
turn into Mahaneh Yehudah Street, the first
street on your right where cars can drive. Con-
tinue until you reach a small alleyway on your
left. This is known as the Iraqi market and daily,
until about 4 p.m., you will find a fascinating
bakery at work.
Bakery Abib makes pizza-size Iraqi ptU right
before your eyes. The baker takes a piece of dough
and flattens it on a pillow. He throws it inside a
wall oven, then removes it with long tongs. A
branch of this bakery is also located at 60 Ussish-
kin Street.
Retrace your steps, and you will pass another
Miami Office
Machine Co.
791 NE 125 St.. Miami 893-2563
Happy New Year
R. H. Popkins
Insurance
19811 NW 2 Ave. 652-2882
Happy .Yen War To All Rose Popkins Agent
Minna Lee
252 Miracle Mile C.G. 443-4264
Happy New Year
BRINKE
TRANSPORTATION
CORP.
11858 NW 36 Avenue
Miami. Florida 33168
688-9615
HAPPY New Year
Earl's Market
7910 NW 22 Ave. Miami 691-0368
Happy New Year
Spec's Music Inc.
WISHES THE ENTIRE JEWISH COMMUNITY
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Federal
Discount
Center
532 NE 79 St. Mm| 758-1653
Happy New Year
North Miami
Custom Tailoring
775 NE 125 Street,
North Miami
893-1080
New Year Greetings To All
famous eating place, Abu Shaul s a- good for
grilled meats, kebab, humus, tchina, salads, etc.
When you return to Mahaneh Yehudah Street,
turn left to the comer, then turn right and you are
on Jaffa Road.
WALK DOWN. Jaffa Road until you see Clal
Center, the large shopping mall-office building on
your right. Enter the center, walk back on the
nght hand side and down some steps.
Tokio Gelateria has been here for a while and is
one of four branches in Israel, developed by an
rnimigrant from Argentina. The Clal Center
franchise owner is David Sorfati, originally from
rangiers but whose wife is from Buenos Aires. He
explains that the recipe for the ice cream and
flavors comes from Italy, and all fruit flavors are
natural with no coloring added.
Tokio is really out to develop Israelis' taste for
good ice cream, and rich it really is. Flavors of-
fered are lemon, strawberry, pineapple, banana,
Transmission World
145 NE 183 Terr.. 652-6944
Happy New Year
Jerry Grants
Productions
Sheridan 95 Office Bldg. Mwd. 925-5885
Miami 944-1011
__________A Happy New Year
ENFIELDS
4000 NW 30th. Avenoe Miami 633-1551
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Happy New Year
L. Gelvan
Enterprises
9808 NW 80 Ave. Box 10-A
H i air ah Gardens 822-9400
Happy New Year To All
A.B.C. Sitters Service &
Convalescent Care
16499 NE 19 Avenue, No. 205 940-0297
Happy New Year To All
Golden Buddha
Chinese Restaruant
12396 Biecayne Blvd. MianJ 891-3399
New Year Greetings To All
Seville Hotel
2901 Colin. Ave.
Miami Beach
532-2511
Wishes All Their Friends And Customers
A Very Happy New Year
S.A.C. Construction
9501 South Dixie Highway
Happy New Year
mw
Don Mullen
Favorite Fashions
232 Miracle Mile Coral Way
Happy New Year
443-3009
mocha, chocolate chip, honey with nuts, dulce de
'leche (butterscotch) and another group where real
liquors are used: date with cognac, whiskey with
peaches and rum with raisins. Banana splits,
clown cups for children, dishes of ice cream, milk
shakes (so thick a straw stands up), sundaes,
pancakes, etc. are offered. You can also take ice
cream home in special boxes.
CONTINUE DOWN Jaffa Road, past the in-
tersection with King George. Off the first alley on
your right you find Yanetz Street. On the right
hand side at the beginning and on the left hand
side at the end, are two nut and seed stores owned
by the Bahari family.
These are Jerusalem's nut-seed stores par ex-
cellence every kind of nut and seed imaginable,
freshly roasted, including sunflower seeds, pump
kin seeds, chick peas, peanuts, pistachio nuts, etc.
Miznon Yerushalayim, 47 Jaffa Road, is com-
Continued on Page 6-C
Climate Doctors
1400 NE 199 Street 6514070
Wishes A Happy New Year To The
Entire Jewish Community
2430 NW 79th
Brooks American
Sprinkler
St.-691-1182-Miami. Fla. 33147
Happy New Year To All
STREMBLER -ADAMS and S WEET INC.
INSURANCE
Easy Off Street Parking
"Serving South Florida Over 50 Years"
2301 SW 27 Ave. 854-1330 Happy New Year
Representative
LARRY PLUMMER
AND FAMILY
Happy New Year To All
Lily an Cortez
6700 NE 77th Ct. Miami 592-8000 or 592-8111
WaU-Co-Imperial-'Walltez"
"Imperial Scrub bal Glendura"
Happy New Year To All
We Are The WaM Covermg
Leader In The South
rystelWate
We Wish
All Our Friend.
A Happy And Healthy
New Year
7580 NE 4th. Court
Miami 33138
759-4421


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The Jewisl^Endmn/ Friday, September 25,1981
" Gating: A nevR-n6inq isR&eli activity
Continued from Page 5-C
pletely open to the street. On the right is tt
counter for freshly squeezed juices grapefruit,
orange, carrot and sometimes apple.
Near the entrance on the left one buys shwarma
and felafel.
Shwarma is layers of boned turkey or lamb or
beef placed on a large vertical rotating spit and
cooked. When done, pieces are sliced thinly and
served inside pita with salad.
Mifgash Burekas (Burekas Meeting Place), 44
Jaffa Road, mustn't be missed.
THIN PHYLO dough leaves are sprinkled with
oil after being spread on a cookie sheet or flat
baking sheet- A filling of spinach potato or
butter is placed on top. Melted butter is poured
on top of this and the whole pastry is baked until
the top is brown and puffy.
These can be taken home in large slabs or cut
with a wood-handled cleaver into smaller eating
pieces.
Pizza Rimini, 43 Jaffa Road, is part of an inter-
national chain of pizzerias offering 20 varieties of
pizza.
All along Jaffa Road one can find tiny kiosks
selling bagels (read on for more information on
this), cold drinks, ice cream, candy and sweet
pastries.
Sometimes one also finds a cigar-shaped snack
called kibbeh, kubeh or kibby. This Syrian and
Lebanese dish is made by combining burgul with
onion and lamb, then shaping the mixture into a
torpedo shape shell which is deep fried.
Martha's Flower Shop
3921 Alton Rd- Near 41 St. M. B. 538-5523
Happy New Year
Mac-Vicar Wells
Lumber Co.
573-5414 Miami
Happy New Year
Bay Harbor
Fine Foods
1077 95 St.. Bay Harbor I stand -865-0331
Happy New Year
Libby's Hair Styling
165S NE 123rd. St., North Miami 891-2848
Happy New Year
OK Ornamental Iron
3371 NW107 Street 6854133 or 387-0209
Se Habla Eapanol
Happy New Year
Decor Inc.
TOP PRICE PAID FOR FINE ANTIQUES
9446 Harding Ave.. Surfsid* 866-0905
Happy New Year
Asti's Italian
Restaurant
468 Arthur Godfrey Rd., Miami Beach 534-2470
Happy New Year
Le Fashions of Miami
2503 NW 5th. Avenue 576-8953
Wishes A Happy New Year To
All Our Customers & Friends
King Arthur
Chair Company
5501 NW 36 Ave. 6354066
Happy New Year
Tigress Lure
Beauty Salon
9978 SW 8 St.-Coral Park Center 226-3712
Holiday Greetings To All
Pavement
Maintenance
8060 W 20th Ave. Hia.. FL 33014 556-1691
Happy New Year
Reliatex, Inc.
2201 NW 72nd Ave. Miami 592-3220
Happy New Year
Rich Photos
1609 West Flagler Street 643-2141
Wishes All Our Friends A Customers
A Happy New Year
Hi Grade Food Co.
240 NE 71 St. Miami 7584516
Wish To All Friends And
Customers A Happy New Year
Southeastern Public
Service Co.
6917 CeUma Ave.-Miami
Happy New Year
-986-7771
Pampered Lady
Women's Apparel
7589
Happy New Year
-661-7517
Four Star Poultry
2180 NW 13 Ave.-Mia.ni- 325-1183
Happy New Year To All
Print-Rite Co.
3072 NW 79 St. Miami- 691-5452
Happy New Year To AU
Porto fino
Givner Mfg. Inc.
3035 NW 40 St., Miami 33142 635-7534
Happy New Year
Steve's Pizza
12101 Biscayne Blvd.. Miami 891-0202
Happy New Year
Colonial Acres Mobile
Home Park
9674 N W 10 Ave., Miami 696-6231
Happy New Year
George's Super Sub Shop
4580 SW 8th. St. Miami 443-1713
Happy New Year To All
The Forge Restaurant
432 Arthur Godfrey Rd., Miami Beach -5384533
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Happy Netv Year
Danny David Cohen
407 Luicola Road Miami Beadi 531-5851
Happy New Year To All
Central Medical Lab.
1801 Coral W.y Miami 8564363
A Happy New Year To All
Baron's Men's Shops
1510 Alton Road Miami Beach 672-2591
We Wish All Our Friends A Customer^
A Happy New Year
Patus. 36 Jaffa Road, specializes in natural
fruit juices (they claim 18 different onesl. as well
ss some tempting fruit juices combined with
liqueur. Cold sandwiches, toasted sandwiches and
pancakes are also available to go.
Continue walking all the way down Jaffa Road,
past the Main Post Office to the corner of the Mu-
nicipality building. Turn left by Barclays Bank to
9 Kikar Zahal. Tucked against the wall is Marcus
Birunfeld Bagel Bakery.
These bagels are larger than ordinary bagels
and are hard and salty. The best time to come is
after 10 at night when the bagels are freshly
baked and still hot to the touch.
Retrace your steps back down Jaffa Road to
Zion Square and turn left up Ben Yehudah Street
ALONG HERE are cafes, including Atara and
Alno. which have placed tables and chairs in the
street for cold drinks, light refreshments, ice-
Continued on Page 23-C
Harold's Goody's
Bake Shop
7222 Red Road-666-1006
A Happy & Healthy Jewish Neu Year
To All Our Friends and Customers
Holiday Gifts &
Cards Inc.
Weatcheater Mall 8484 Coral Way 226-4602
Mm Year Greetings To All
Hialeah Model
Builders!
9821 NW 80 Ave. Hialeah Gardena 822 5801
Happy New Year To AU
I.T.S. Canvas
Vinyls
12945 SW 47 Terrace 554-0000
Se Habla Espanol
Wishes Everyone A Happy Neu Year
Johnny's Air
Conditioning
4664 SW 72 Ave.. Miami 666-4715
Happy New Year
Kimberly Furniture
Mfg. Co.
1014 E. 29th. St.. Hialeah 691 1481
Happy Sew Yen'
Lear School
11211 Biscayne Blvd. Miami 893-5351
Happy Xeu Year
Larry MarEs
and Company
541 NW 27th. St.. Miami 576-6587
________________A Happy New Year
LUCIO'S
Italian Restaurant
3104 Coral Way 448-9163
Wishes Everyone A Happy New Year
Marriott Hotel &
Racket Club
1201 NW 42 Ave. Miami 649-5000
Happy New Year
OverhoWs Jewelers
7220 Rod Road, South Miami 666 2112
Happy New Year To AU
King's RexaU
Pharmacy
Holiday Greetings To AU
12131 South Dixie Hwy Miami 235-7821
Rubin Auto Motors
9949 SW North Kendall Drive
Miami -2711350
Happy New Year


Friday, September 25,1981 / The Jewish Floridian Page 7-C
WHAT WAS it like to work for Robert Drinan,
the priest who represented the Fourth Con-
gressional District of Massachusetts?
I often forgot he was a priest, despite the
clerical collar he always wears in public. Then I
would be reminded suddenly: one time, he rushed
out of the office to administer last rites to a
stricken clerk in the Democratic Cloakroom.
What was it like as a Jew?
Well, I never knew whether to hyphenate O-d's
name when preparing statements that would
appear in The Congressional Record under his
name. Priests do use o's, but could I type it that
way, even for him?
This is a minor question, however. There are
more important ones to be answered. Or merely to
be asked.
IN 1954 CONGRESS invited each of the 50
states to send statues of one or two of their most
What Was
Pr. &Rinan,
politician, Like?
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illustrious citizens. Ninety-one statues stand in
the Capitol as a result. Eight of them are men of
religion; of those, four are priests. Of the four,
three are Jesuits.
The Jesuits are noted for their intellectual
prowess and temporal activism. So it is not sur-
prising that the first priest elected to Congress,
Robert Drinan, is a Jesuit.
He took a leave of absence in 1970 as Dean of
the Boston College Law School to run for the U.S.
House of Representatives in response to the
nomination of an anti-war citizens' caucus. For
the next decade, he was the Democratic rep-
resentative from a district that includes one of the
highest concentrations of American Jews outside
New York City. (Twenty-five percent of Newton,
his District's largest city, is Jewish 22,500
Jews. Brookline, another important community,
is thirty-three percent Jewish with 20,000 Jews.)
As Drinan finished his five terms in office, he
Continued on Page 8-C
David Jenkins
Associates, Inc.
1325 East 10th Avenue. Miami 887-1577
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A tlas Metal
Industries Inc.
hi35NW 159th Drive. Miami 573-8020
Happy New Year
Gordon Roofing &
Sheet Metal Working
1450 NW 21 St. Miami 325-8287
Happy New Year
Atlas Roofing Co. Inc.
118 W. 21 St.. Hialeah 885-1641
Happy New Year
Atlantic
Equipment
800 N. Miami Ave. 373-3351
Happy New Year
Alisha's Buster
Brown Shoes
New Year Greetings To All
11451 SW 40 St. 223-1292
Paw linger
Building Industries
4834 SW 75 Avenue. Miami 264 6986
Holiday Greetings
Frank B. Hall and
Company of Florida
2600 Douglaa Road. Miami 448-2211
New Year Greetings To All
J & P Regulators &
Carburetors Inc.
2220 NE 2 Ave.. Miami 573-4940
New Years Greetings To All
Home Lumber &
Industrial
Suppy Corporation
1050 E. 25 St.. Hialeah 691-8615
Happy New Year
Arkin
Construction Co.
1827 Purdy Ave.-M.B. 5384721
Happy New Year To All
Mario Chuy Hair Salon
HAIRCUTTERS DESIGNERS UNISEX
264 GiraJda Ave. 715 NE 167 St.
Coral Gables North Miami Beech
444-7674 651-4081
Happy New Year
Lory's Fashion
Shop Inc.
2650 NE 189 St., Miami 931-2010
Happy New Year
Touche Ross & Co.
Tax Consultants
3rd. Floor, Rivergate Plaza
444 BrickeU Ave. 377-4000
We Wish A Happy New Year To All
Redland Supply
Company
141-147 W. Mo wry Street 247-2471
Happy New Year
Michelle's
Pastry Shop
12888 Biscayne Blvd. Miami 891-3731
Happy New Year
J & B Auto Service
& Used Parts
2065 NE 151 St. North Miami 949-2277
Happy New Year
East Coast
Scrap Metal
3273 NW No River Dr. 6354)234
Wishes All Our Friends And
Customers A Happy New Year
The House Of
Tropical Fish
6855 Weat 4th Ave.. Hialeah 567-0071
Happy New Year To All
Henri's Place
3332 E. Atlantic Blvd. 941-7859
New Year Greetings
163 St Cycle Center
1238 NE 163 St.. N. Miami Beach 945-4541
Happy New Year To Our
Customers and Friends
The Gown Shoppe
20117 S. Dixfa Highway 235-4951
A Happy New Year To AU Our
Friends A Customers
Freedom Guns & Knives
6425 Pembroke Road. Hollywood 987-8816
Dade Phone-621-0332
Wishes Evryon* A Happy New Year
Amalgamated
Insurance Corp
Auto. Homeowners, Life, Health
18146 NW 2nd. Avenue 652-8844
A Happy New Year To All
Dixie National Bank
13001 Sooth Dixie Hwy.. Miami 238-3535
Happy New Year
Holland Machinery
Co., Inc.
396 E 10 Ave.. Hialeah 885-2575
Happy New Year To AU
Lou's & Son Roofing
Corp.
17520 So. Dixie Hwy. 232-1400
Holiday Greetings To All
William Wisnesky
Excavating Corp.
New Year Greetings To Alii
HERSHEY WINDOW
SERVICE
Window Screens Venetian blind. SafT Guards
820 Sixth St.. Miami 672-1874
New Year Greetings_________________
Chase Savers
Insurance Corp.
8300 NE 2 Ave. 754-2622
Happy New Year
Castle Harbor Sail
Boats Inc.
Dinner Key Marina Miami, Fl. 33133 858-3212
Happy New Year
Metro Gas
1234 NW. 79th St.
Miami 693-3921
Happy New Year To All
Tint-Rite Inc.
571 NE 175 Terrace 940-6103
Happy New Year To All
D & E Interiors
8813 SW 107 Avenue 598-0666
Broward Phone: 527 1551
Happy New Year
Saleh's Fine
Continental Cuisine
17053 W. Dixie Hwy. 940-8800
A Happy New Year To AU
East Coast Scrap
Metal Company
J273 N W North River Drive 634-7744
Happy New Year To AU
The World Of
.Bars, Inc.
4522 SW 71 Ave. 666-1120 or 666-1142
Se Habla Espanol
Wishes A Happy New Year To AU
Padron Custom
Furniture
521 NW 54 Street, Miami 758-1027
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fp. Ctairun as politician
Continued from Page 7-C
commanded a massive Jewish popularity that ap-
proached adulation. Any initial Jewish appre-
hension about a priest in politics had long since
evaporated, for two reasons.
First. Drinan did not adhere to the Catholic
Church's official political line. His independence,
established early, was best depicted in a Paul
Szep cartoon of November. 1971. Holding a copy
of The Boston Globe headlined. "House Rejects
Bill to Permit School Prayer," Drinan. wearing
his priestly garb, lifts his eyes heavenward and
intones a simple paean: "Thank G-d!"
FATHER DRINAN took only one order from
the Vatican that affected his role as Congressman
Drfnan. In January. 1981. he left Congress after
Eat Well, Inc.
King David Kosher Foods
Hebrew National Products
1339 Washington Ave. 534-0197
A Happy New Year To All
Ocean Electric
741 5th St.-Miami Beach 672-7233
Happy New Year To All
Anita Gordon
Gallery
18827 Biscayne Blvd.
North Miami 949-5223
Happy Sen Year
Diet Center
Wishes All Their Friends
and Customers
A Happx Sew Year
1819 Ponce de Leon Blvd. 448-7753
Miami Shores
Preparatory School
A Happ\ Sew Year
9221 Biscayne Blvd. 754-5011
Tiger Tiger Tea House
Authentic Chinese Gourmet Dining
Mandarin and Szechuan Food
(Ipen Dailv
5716 S. Dixie Hwy. 665-5660
Happy Sen Year I
Hugh Cauthen Electric
feS NE 79 St Miamia 756-0794
Happy tfii&Tear 7
Goodies Delicatessen
lti4.r. Washington Ave531-6215
.4 Happy Sm' Year To AU
Our I I r'u.-. turners
The Collection
3650 Bird Rd. 446-4461
Holiday Greetings To All
Avalon Hotel &
Beacon Hotel
700 Ocean Dr
534-4601 Miami Beach
Happy JVew Year To AU
720 Ocean Dr.
531-6891
#
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Dependable Printing &
Offset Corp.
1875 West 8th Avenue-Hialeah 885-4521
Wish To AU Friends and Customers
A Happy New Year
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being instructed the previous spring not to seek
reelection. The reason for the order whichcon-
trary to initial press accounts was directed at
Drinan. not all priests in politics has never
been fully explained. Speculation centers on
Drinan's support for the Supreme Court s de-
cision on abortion in Roe v. Wade and his reluc-
tance to vote to restrict Medicaid funding of
abortions.
The second reason why Jews accepted "Our
Father Who Art in Congress" was his dedication
to Jewish causes. He used his voice and vote in
Congress to bolster American assistance to Israel
and to ease the plight of Soviet Jewry; he
authored Honor the Promise: Americas Com-
mitment to Israel, and served as U.S. Chairman
of the International Committee for the Release of
Anatoly Sharansky. He called on the In-
ternational Red Cross to recognize Israel's Magen
David Adorn.
He became the representative of his Jewish
Ft Robert Drinan
Pizza. ..Rific
20103 Biscayne Boulevard 932-8700
Bring This Coupon For SI Off
Any Pizza
Offer Expires Oct. 31
Wishes A Happy Sew Year To All < _
The Cameo Cafe
95 NW 167 Street 652-8000
Your Hosts: Peter Steam & Richard V aid man
Happy Sew Year
Albert E. Ossip
Insurance
4800 NE 2nd. Avenue 448-2684
Exti ids To The Entire Jewish Community
A Happy Neu Year
Key Biscayne
Tavel Service
638Crandon Blvd. Key Biscayne 361-3351-5429
u. Wish Everyone A Happy V
Green-Brook Corp.
1085 East 14th. St Hialeah 8884300
Extend* To The Entire Jewish Community
A Happy Sen Year
Merle Norman
Cosmetics
7851 West Flagler (Midway MaU)
Miami 2610331
Happy New Year
Sngler
Engineering Corp.
1099 E. 47 St
Hialeah 688-8581
Happ- Vew Year To AU\
HAPPY NEW YEAR LOVett
Insurance Agency
11416 NE 2nd Avenue
Miami 895-6690
Serbin Fashions
1480 NW41 Si Miami 836-0607
Electronic
Equipment Inc.
4027 NW 24th Street
Miami 871-3500
Happy Yec I
Anvil Metals, Inc.
840 Weal 20tl Si H Bah 88
Wish All Th. r F>
A ''. Vi
El Cid Restaurant
& Lounge
I eJeuM And FUgUrSl 541-3614
\li
Bressers Cross
Index Directors
853 Si: 79th Stnri Miami 7684786
Ha;i
Bagel Bar
18515 NE 18th Ave
SKYLARK 932-6314
A Happy Sew Year To
All Our Friends A Customers
Barnett's
Office Supplies
DIVISION OF SCHREIBER INDUSTRIES
228 NE 59th. Street 757-8513
Sol Schreiber, President
And Chairman Of The Board
\PA UL BARNETT FRED CHEKNO W
Extends to the entire Jewish
Community New Year Greetings
Friendly Ford
2198 NE 163rd. Street
North Miami Beach 949-1311
Happy New Year To AU
I. Brown Sales Corp.
i
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Jack The ias Inc
p
Harold'* Garagei
S781 Commerce l.um
Kings Bay-
Travel Sen ice
1447 3 South Dixie Hwj
M n 233-3575
Happy Ai U Yea' T !_
Federal Discount
Center
28 NElSt.-MUmi-3581004
Happy New Year To A"_
T
Allied Glass
Corporation
7286 NW 54th St.-Miami 888-2406
Happy Stu Uar


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constituents not only in Congress, but in the
Christian world. He urged the Vatican to rec-
ognize Israel and requested Pope John Paul II to
intercede on behalf of Sharansky, whom Drinan
met in Moscow in 1975. Drinan is a founder of the
National Interreligious Task Force on Soviet
Jewry, and sits on the national board of trustees
of the National Conference of Christians and
Jews.
THE STRONG LOYALTY that Jews de-
veloped for Congressman Drinan transcends mere
gratitude. The respect that the People of the Book
could demonstrate for a Catholic Scholar is
understandable, buh there were other factors
operating to create an affinity.
"There was his collar, his sense of mission, the
great man' syndrome," sociologists Paula Gold-
man Leventman and Seymour Leventman ex-
plained in "Congressman Drinan S.J. and his
Jewish Constituesnts" which appeared in the
American Jewish Historical Quarterly.
Mosteiro Insurance
Agency
493 NW 27 Avenue 649-9818
Happy New Year To All
My Basket
A New Idea In Gift Giving
4683 NW 7 Street 444-6330 Se Habla Espanol
Happy New Year To The Entire Jewish Community
Majestic III
Dry Cleaners
10426-27 SW 40 Street 223-4817
Happy New Year To All
Home Central
Services, Inc.
Asphalt Driveway & Parking Lots
2793651
Happy New Year To A II
L.A.Ornamental Iron
Protect Your Family-Buy Protection
12901 NW 32 Ct. Warehouse 9 686-0419
Happy New Year
WI WI Transmission
& Company, Inc.
2106 SW 32nd. Ave. 448-2183
New Year Greetings
Window Designs Inc.
946-5710
Holiday Greetings
The Officers And Staff Of
Barnett Bank
WISH ALL OF OUR
FRIENDS
Veil*
arnett
anK
Mtmbw FCMC
Bamett Bank of South Florida. N A.
Friday, September 25,1981 / The Jewish Floridian Page9-C
"The pragmatic political needs of American
Jews have on singular occasions led to the 'deifi-
cation' of public figures, the most notable in-
stances being Franklin D. Roosevelt and John F.
Kennedy. Perceiving themselves as marginal to
the centers of power, Jews have traditionally
developed special dependency relationships with
particularly sympathetic persons and leaders in
the non-Jewish world."
BESIDES FEELINGS of marginality is the
Jews' eagerness to avoid the stereotype of pushi-
ness. which could epitomized by a Jew seeking
office and speaking out on issues of Jewish con-
cern. Jews are more than willing to rely instead on
a political shabbos shaygetz like Congressman
Drinan. Drinan became such an effective surro-
gate Jew that he very likely lost votes in recent
elections due to anti-Semitism. The preference of
some Jews for a surrogate to stand up for them
partly explains the failure of Jewish candidates in
1972, 1974. and 1976 to make substantial inroads
on Drinan's Jewish support.
It is crassly cynical to suggest, as was done in
the 1974 campaign and on other occasions, that
Drinan's activism on issues of importance to Jews
was politically motivated. From 1963 seven
years before he ran for Congress to 1968, Dri-
nan conducted a JewishCatholic Dialogue at
the Boston College Law School cosponsored by
the Jewish Community Council of Metropolitan
Boston and the New England Anti-Defamation
League of B'nai B'rith. In 1964, after returning
from a trip to Israel as a guest of the Israeli
government, he wrote: "A Christian in the land of
Israel deepens in a profound way his own under-
standing of what it means to be a Christian. And
a significant part of that understanding is a deep
gratitude for what the Jewish people have always
given to the world and what they are continuing
to give in a unique way in the Land of Israel."
"Theologically, I have always been in love with
Continued on Page 10-C
Sykes Ace Hardware
284 NE 79th. St., Miami 764-2666
Happy New Year To All
Sweet Creations
We Offer Classes In Cake
Decorating And Candy Making
11463 SW 40 Street 563-3090
Happy New Year To All
Pepe Auto Parts
1225 Wea 49 St., Hialeah 823-3891
Happy New Year To All
Jim Newcomb
Tree Surgeons
190 Tamiami Blvd.. Miami 261-2301
Happy New Year To All
Med-Discount
WE DISCOUNT EVERYTHING
237 NE 167 Street 653-4822
Happy New Year To All
Hearne Electric
14801 NE 20 Ave., North Miami Beach
944-7799
Happy New Year
Francis & Company
Wishes A Happy New Year To All
Our Friends & Customers
Eva & Co.
A Full Service Salon Catering
To The Women & Men
6629 S Dixie Hwy. 666-7984
A Happy New Year To All
Display Unlimited
7400 NW 37 Ave., Miami 693-3801
Happy New Year
China Maid
Restaurant
9280 Bird Road, Miami 2264331
Happy New Year To All
Concord Cafeteria
1921 CoOins Ave., M.B. 634-4883
Happy New Year To All
Furniture Artist
& Upholstery
783 NE 125 St., Miami 8964961
Happy New Year
Dade Pipe & Plumbing
975 NE 163 St., N. Miami Beach 9494801
A Happy New Year To Everyone
Country Touch
Come Browse And See The
Handmade Unique Gifts
9300 So. Dixie Hwy. 667-1411
Open Moo.-Sat 10-5
Happy New Year ____
Andalusia Bake Shop
248 Andalusia Ave., Coral Gables 445-8696
Happy New Year To All
Commissioner
BARRYD. SCHREIBER,
and family wish you and your loved ones
health and happiness for the coming New Year.
Pep Boy Auto Store
3984 W. 12 Ave.. Hialeah 821-4670
Happy New Year To All
A & B Paint & Body Shoa
142 SW 5 Ave. 247-0426
Holiday Greetings To All
Wishing All My Friends
A Happy New Year
Harry Ridge
PLACE PIGALLE
"SHOWPLACE OF THE SOUTH"
215-22n Reservations
538-0055
The Old Fish Market
Restaurant
8888 SW 136 Street. Miami 2664992
Happy New Year
Sunshine Skateway
66 NW 199 St. Miami
266 NE 2nd. Dr., Homestead
. Happy New Year


Jewish KJondian r naay, sepiemDer zo, ivoi
Page 1(^C The Jewish Floridian / Friday. September 25, 1981
What Was fa. QPinan. Politician, like?
Continued from Page 9-C
the Jewish people," Drinan toid the Leventmana
in 1975. It is as if his election to Congress allowed
him to express that love even more effectively
than in the past.
FATHER DRINAN LIKES to quote Reinhold
Niebuhr: "One cannot be a good Christian unless
one is first s good Jew." I am certain that Drinan
knows a great deal of what it means to be a good
Jew, because he has taught me how to become a
better Jew myself. After working on his campaign
and congressional staffs, I find T have a fuller ap
preciation of Hillel's question: "If I am for myself
alone, what am I?"
Drinan seems acutely conscious of this
question as he devotes his Jesuit fervor to Jewish
causes. The question rouses and animates him
Amber Oil Corp
1861 Bay Rd., Miami Beach 538-4611
Happy New Year
Tony's Marine Service Inc.
243 South River Drive, Miami 54W68
Happy New Year
Chinese Food Garden
9391 SW M Street, Masai 2794316
Happy New Year
2020 Opticians
1990 NE 163 Strset 949-2020 North Miami Beach
6201 SW 70 Street NMW- Seath Miami
Happy New Year To AH
Revelations Shoes
"The Most CeaalortaUs Shoes la Tha World"
20606 S. Dixie Hwy. 23*0676
Happy New Year To All
The Famous
Joe Michael Dance Academy
7000 SW 59 Place 667-2762
Wishes Everyone A Happy New Year
Commercial Decorators
Finest la Aluminum. Storm Paaola,
Bahama Shatters, Awnings
And Screen Room*
961-5388
Happy New Year To All _________
Sonesta Beach
Hotel & Tennis
350 Ocean Drive, Kay Biseayao 361-2021
Happy New Year
Bay Plumbing
3029 SW 28th. St.. Miami 4464141
Happy New Year
Miami Serpentarium
12665 South Dixie Hwy., Miami 2354722
Happy New Year
Seaview
3750 NW 46 St., Miaaai 633-9860
Ft. Load. 687-4820 Key West 296-3608
Happy New Year Se Habla Espanol
Richard Hauser's Motors
FsatarSBg SmaO Cars
29737 S. DixieHwy. 248-7133
A Very Happy New Year To All
Star Market
, Freeh Frosts Vagetafalss
1541 Waohrngto. Ave.- -6744990
Happy New Year To All
as does another one Hillel asked: "If I am not for
myself, who will be for me?"
Drinan visited Lstin Americs in 1977 and I960
to investigate human rights violations and the
persecution of the Catholic Church, which has
suied with workers and peasants amuy
countries against autocrats and plutocrauc
governments. When Archbishop Romero cfH
Salvador was gunned down in March. 1960 while
saying Mass. and when four American church-
women were murdered there, reportedly by
government forces. Drinan s denunciations
showed that his capacity for outrage had not been
exhausted by the treatment of Soviet Jewry.
IT MAY BE a long time before another priest
is allowed to run for Congress. Priests still sk.
however, in the national legislatures of other
countries, and in state and local posts throughout
America. Jews should not hesstate to vote for
them out of fear that they may someday be re-
moved by their religious superiors More poli
ticians have left office to spend time with their
families than to obey papal orders, yet having a
family is considered a political asset. So can being
a priest.
The priestly vow of poverty means that priest
politicians have no business interests to be
nourished by government, and not interest in
bribe money. The vow of chsstity removes anoth-
er potential source of political disgrace and do w n
fallNor are priests likely to enter politics for per-
sonal glory; the Jesuit motto is "For the Greater
Glory of God."
This is not to say that all priests would make
good public officials. Father Coughlin. the anti
Semitic radio priest of the New Deal era, is a not-
able example. But Father Drinan demonstrates
that priesthood csn enhance the admirable quab-
Food Center
1061 Washington Avenue 6724174
Wishes A Happy New Year
To The Entire Jewish Community
Kingsland Furniture
Division
6415 NE 2nd. Avenue 758-9409
Happy New Year To All
Alco Roofing Co.
2614005
Raroofing, Repairs. Licensed And
Insured. Free Estimates
A Very Happy New Year To All
Grand Opening
Tinsing House
14059 N Kendall Drive 274-4585
Happy New Year
Brad-N-Robin, Inc.
Specializing In A Fine Line Of
Creative Custom Hairwear A Accessories
18226 W. Dixie Hwy. 935-1449
10 percent dbcouot with thai ad
Happy New Year
Mirage By Tino
International Hair Stylists
555 Plaza Venetia 374-5788
Happy New Year To Everybody
Pen-Mar Upholstery
694 West 84 Street, Hialeah823-4992
Happy New Year
Good Times
Travel Center
9421 Harding Ave.. Miami Beach 868-160610
Happy New Year Tn A n
Timalisi
Beauty Salon
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ties of an already attractive candidate.
Drinan has taught us, or rather reminded us,
that as a people, we are not alone. A 1978 cam-
paign statement released by a Jew from Newtown
who bid for the votes of coreligionists in her
statewide run for office declared, "Throughout
history we have had to learn and releam the les-
son that Jews help each other, because no one else
will." I was incredulous; the real lesson to be
learned is precisely the opposite. Jews have been
victims of so many libels throughout the cen-
turies that it is time they finally buried this one
against non- Jews of good will.
A JEWISH CANDIDATE in Massachusetts
tried to dissuade Jews from trusting Gentiles,
significantly, in 1978, a watershed year for Jews
in Massachusetts politics. Three Jews sought
statewide office, whereas only one George Fin-
gold, Attorney General from 1953 to 1958 had
previously been elected by the whole state. As
fears of encountering anti-Semitism and appear-
L'ssisnora
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ing pushy diminish, so does the Jewish reluctance
to run for office and address Jewish concerns. The
incongruity of massive Jewish political involve
merit and negligible numbers of Jews holding
office is disappearing.
The most penetrating question facing Ameri-
can Jews in the realm of politics is probably "If I
am not for myself, who will be for me?" Drinan
has provided one answer: "righteous Gentiles."
Jews should not forget it even as they learn to
assert themselves as voters, candidates, and
officeholders, and discover another answer- "I
will be for me."
Drinan is a major figure, not only in Jew-
ishCatholic relations, but in Jewish political
development as well. His most visible con-
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to assist the candidacy of Barney frank, a Jew.
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Happy New Year..
A 1978 campaign statement re-
I leased by a Jew from Newton who bid
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| statewide run for office declared,
I 'Throughout history we have had to
learn and releam the lesson that Jews
5 help each other, because no one else |
| will' I was incredulous; the real lesson |
= to be learned is precisely the opposite. *
elected from Massachusetts, the first since 1886.
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teacher well. He has taught us that both priests
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p** Page 12-C Tbe Jewish Floridian Friday. September 25, 1961
THERE WAS once a Jewish turner who
lived in a little hamlet miles from any other
village. There was no synagogue in the village,
since only a handful of Jews lived there, not even
enough for a minyan.
On the great and solemn High Holydays
Rose Hashanah and Yom Kippur the farmer
went to the ueaieat town, there spending the
Davs of Awe with his fellow Jews in Miedxybors.
the'home of Rabbi Israel Baal Shem Tov
The farmer had an only son. David, a shep-
herd, like his namesake the King of Israel. He
knew every hil and every valley in the country-
side around his home: he knew the meadows
where the grass was richest, and the brooklets
leutfit. and he also knew the woods when
wolves and danget lurked He tended his herds
tenderly and had a special name for each of them
As he wandered over the hillside, he loved to play
ha favorite tunas on his pipe.
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THE DAYS passed pleasantly for the young
shepherd He learned all he could about nature.
and his heart was filled with a sense of nearness to
the Creator of all the beautiful things he saw and
enjoyed But meanwhile. David's father grieved
that his son should grow up without schooling
For Dsvid knew nothing of Hebrew.
So the father engaged a teacher for him. But
although he tried hard, learning did not come
easily to the shepherd boy. He just could not
learn to read or even to recognize the letters of the
Hebrew alphabet.
When David was thirteen, a bar-mitzvah
boy. his father decided that the time had come to
take his son to the grant synagogue of Rabbi
Israel Baal Shem Tov. master of the Name.
ROSH HASHANAH paaaad with all
solemnity and the people assembled again on the
eve of the Day of Atonement- Kol Nidre. Rabbi
Israel, with a Scroll of the Law. began to recite
w-!
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the formula, "By authority of the Court on High
>and by the authority of the court on earth; with
the knowledge of the All-Present and with the
knowledge of this congregation, we give leave to
pray with them that have transgressed." Rabbi
Israel kept on repeating the formula with passion
and zeal. With tears in his voice and a breaking
heart, he implored the Almightly to grant the
children of Israel a year of peace and happiness.
The congregation prayed, too, with sincerity
and earnestness. Every last worshipper repeated
the words of the ancient prayers. Everyone, that
is, except David. He alone could not take part in
the service, and a great anguish filled his young
soul.
He yearned to express to God his fears for his
flock and his delight in the wonders of nature, his
kinging for learning and his difficulties with his
studies. But how could he, an ignorant shepherd,
converse with God Almighty? The machxor, the
Continued on Page 22-C
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261-3039
Joe Avick & Sons
217 NW 36 St. Miami5766670
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Phone: 248-5203
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9865 SW 15 Street561-1520
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lay, September 25, 1981
. > i I < WITH NATION snarling against nation
what can haw happened, 0 Isaiah, to "swords
into plowshares." man's comforting, enchanting
dream? With the whole world gripped by the
mala! of recession, it is refreshing to hark back
to Rosh Hashanaha of other years, to memories
that, somehow, have evaded the erosions of cir-
cumstance and time. .
Years ago, as an aspiring young journalist
ever questing for new experience, assigned to
"cover" the emotional sessions of the Aliens Im-
migration Board near the Tower of London, my
colleague invariably was a respected Fleet Street
man, author of a brace of novels of Jewish in-
terest. Fluent in Yiddish, he would occasionally
sharply interpose when the official interpreter
misquoted the evidence of a harassed appellant.
This, however, by the way.
ONE AFTERNOON, with the New Year im-
minent and the session at an end, my vis-a-vis
When new
ye&R holidays
Wepe CaimeR
By GABRIEL COSTA
folded his notes, extracted his pocketbook and
fingered a photograph, the reverse of which bore
his pencilled description: "Reproduction of a
painting by the Polish artist Stryhowski of a
Tashlich service in Old Poland."
"Beautiful, isn't it?" he commented. It waa,
indeed the painting must have been exquisite.
The artist had portrayed his subjects in costumes
of an earlier day. had succeeded in transferring to
canvas the sincerity, the unquestioning belief in
the efficacy of the ceremony in which devoutly
they participated.
, My friend retrieved the photograph with a
sigh. "It's people such as these" indicating on
the prejudices of the Board "who are keeping
Judaism alive its customs and traditions.
Judaism a their life, mainstay, in countries where
freedom is denied them, their only hope is
England."
That Tashlich painting by a Polish artist of a
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12628 No. Kendall Drive
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Miami 764-4384
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100 Biacayne Blvd.. Miami373-6604
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1282 N.E. 163rd Street-949-6666
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1
Friday, September 25,1981 / The Jewish Floridian Page 1S-C
generation past remained Ions in this writer'*
i memory. One day, he promised, he would see for
'himself, and possibly share in, this traditional
casting of bread upon the waters J
THE AFTERNOON of one unforgettable
Rosh Hashanah by the banks of the River Lea in
the north of London, a "congregation" had
already assembled for the tune-honoured cere-
mony. Some score of males, obviously of East
European origin, judging from the ankle-length
kaftans affected by most, shepherded by a com-
manding personality, evidently a rabbi, with a
handsome black beard streaked with grey, his
head crowned by a sable-trimmed shtreimel A
little knot of women stood modestly apart, gay
kerchiefs covering besheiteled heads.
The rabbi raised his hand, then opened his
prayer-book. The silence was complete, save for
the soft lapping of the swirling waters. Slowly, in
Polish-accented Hebrew, he intoned the TashUch
1 Continued on Page 21 -C
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Tropex Batteries
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Miami -325-0535
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RENEE DE PARIS INC.
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Autorico
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Friends And Customers
Lantz Electric
Service
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Free delivery
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Happy New Year To Our
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Happy New Year
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t
jew!shHondHin/KrKiay, September 25, 1981
Page 16-C The Jewish Floridian / Friday, September 25, 1981
A LONE survivor of the millions is no more. He
died suddenly on June 17, 1961 while more than
10,000 survivors, coming from Israel and from the
four corners of the world, met in Jerusalem for the
four-day World Gathering of Holocaust Survi-
vors, to reaffirm their belief in life, in the Jewish
people and in Israel.
Perhaps Yitzhak Zuckerman could not take it
anymore. His heart failed him. Was it emotionally
too much for this 66-year-old fighter to meet his
fellow-survivors and relive so vividly what they
had gone through in the Nazi hell?
YITZHAK, known by his underground name
" Antek," would have found it easy, because of his
Slavic features, to pass himself off as an Aryan
during the German occupation of Poland. But no,
instead of this he devoted himself completely to
underground activities, to saving Jews and to
fighting the Nazis.
In 1941, after half a million Jews had been
'Antek': Lea&eR
Of hallowed
UpRismq
By GITTA AMIPAZ SJLBER
herded into the Warsaw Ghetto and sealed ott
from the outside world. Yitzhak organized them
for self-help and for eventual resistance. Survival
was the main problem. Maae unemployment,
overcrowding, hunger and cok* were deliberately
inflicted on the ghetto by the Nazia. Epidemics
were rampant. Leas than two years later, more
than 100,000 Jews had died, not counting those
who had been sent to slave labor camps, where
few remained alive.
By the end of 1941, Yitzhak and his friends,
who had in the meantime organized defense
squads amongst the ghetto Jews, received the
first news of the destruction of Vilna Jewry.
Those Jews were being taken to the Ponar forests
and massacred, said an emissary returning to the
Warsaw Ghetto. The few who had managed to
escape from the death pits and other emissaries,
among them Hayka Grossman, today a member
Continued on Page 18-C
11

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Kendall Mall
Armando's Italian
Restaurant
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Happy New Year To All
l
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NEW YEAR GREETINGS
QDINTEISENGE


#7*
Friday, September 25, 1981 / The Jewish Floridian Page 17-C
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jr
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-* .^r
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Yitzhak 'Antek' Zuckerman, tall figure
in center, is shown at the first monu-
ment of the Ghetto fighters erected on
the ruins of the Warsaw Ghetto in 1946.
'Antek' reminisced before his death:
The dream of my life has been fulfilled.
I hare lived to see Jewish defense in all
Its greatness and glory.'
1
Insurance
jency, Inc.,
\\\62nd Ave., Miami 661-1567
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iton of Westchester
itaurant
\V 87 Ave Miami 552-5292 552-9264
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cher Oil Co
|dx -01-1751 -551-5200
\ |
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1 llh Avenue. Hialeah 685-6401
\( U Yt-ar I a All
^d Spot Stones
l Kd.
264-4011
All
ida Smoked Fish
|W 159th Drive
.11.'
\ Medial Rental Sales
Gem Drugs
295 Miracle Mile Coral Gables 446-6321
Extends to the entire Jewish Community
Sew Year Greetings
Kra vit Jewelers
Art Libtnan Walter Kruvit
800 East Hallandale Beach Boulevard
Phone: 456-6360
Happy S'ew Year
Haff-Daughterty
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950 SE 8 St. Hialeah
885-M707 Hialeah 462-8954 Breward
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C.L.U.
10301 S. Dixie Hwy.. Miami 666-2572
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H 21 i
tADMORE HOTEL
M.H v
tinental Coffee
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SofSJ Hmppyf*** YearToAU
pet Mart
>uth Dixie Highway
[232-2430
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iv New Year
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8235 NW 56 St. Miami 592-9912
Youngblood
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1085 nw 36 St. 836-2501
_____
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12841 No. Kendall Dri.-Miami 595 7038
Extends 7*0 The Entire Jeu ih Comm witty
A Happy V
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9592 llardinti Avenue. Miami 86
Tally Ho
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\\v si;th St. Miami Spring! 8714200
Entire Je
\ I la Din \i Yi _________
\tified Poultry
H 18 Street
379-0675
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is To The Entire Jewish Community
i Happy New Year
tst 21st Street
I 887-7861
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ticated Fashions From Key West
>ld Dixie Hwy. 245*939
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8636 S.Dixie Hwy. 0864768 665-7509
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i nisex Haircutters Originally Trained
Phone 251-5455 By Appointment
I Miami i
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MR AND MRS. MAXWEL1
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Happy New Year
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... Happy New YearA


l ,'.'.* LTnriV^iS-AWurov "%?irimrpr?Z5 19H1
,
Page 18-C The Jewish Floridian / Friday, September 25,1981
'Antek': leateR Of haltoweft ghetto Upwsinq
Continued from Page 16-C
of Kibbutz Evron end Knesset Member, eon-
firmed these accounts.
THESE WERE the first reports of total exter-
mination. A few weeks later, more horrible news
came from a Jew who had been a gravedigger in
Chelmno and had managed to escape. There the
Germans pushed the Jews, young and old, women
and children, into cars where they were gassed.
Then they were driven to a forest where the pile of
corpses were thrown into pita. The Jewish leaders
and the masses in the Warsaw Ghetto could not
believe it that "human beings" were capable of
such horrors.
But Yitzhak and the youth movement leaders
had from the start recalled the Fuehrer's threats
on the eve of the Second World War: "If the in-
ternational Jewish establishment in Europe and
beyond should succeed once more in drawing the
nations of the world into another World War, the
result will be the eradication of the Jewish race
from the face of Europe."
Up to then, the Youth Movement had devoted
their energies to preserving lives and human
dignity. Yitzhak had taken upon himself to
organize cultural activities: schools were
operated, although education of children was
forbidden; scientific lectures were delivered:
public worship was not allowed, but still, religious
services were held: underground periodicals
appeared.
IT WAS NOW clear to Yitzhak that new ways
had to be found to organize defense. They would
not go helplessly to the slaughter. He proposed
the formation of a Jewish fighting organization
for active resistance.
Then came the last phaee of the "Final Solution
of the Jewish Problem" which, according to Uie
Nazis, related to 11 million European Jews under
Nazi rule. Milhons were **** "*
executions and in gas chambers. In the Waraaw
Ghetto the German threat, "if the Jews do:not die.
of hunger, the measures will be intenmfied. was
carried out with the first maes deportation in
cattle trucks to the death camp in Treblinka in
July 1942.
The deporteee, will to resist waa eroded as a
result of the debilitating circumetancee in the
ghetto, of unprecedented terror, humiliation,
starvation and epidemics. Moreover, they were
lured to deportation by the promise of food and
by the deceitful assurance of work in their new
place.
At that time, the Jewish Fighting Organization
was established in the Ghetto. Antek waa also
act rve in the Aryan sector trving to get assistance
A-l Ideal
Business Machines
3672 Coral Way. Miami
1206 NE 163 St.. North Miami Beach
Happy New Year
448-2784
944-3917
Sam Bloom Plumbers
900 NW 144 St.. Miami 688-9668
Happy New Year To All
General Mica Corp.
1850 NE 144 Street 949-7247
We Wish Everyone
A Very Happy New Year
Ray's Window
Wishes A Happy New Year To All
9829 HiMeens Street
232-3959.238-9920
Perrine
AVs Service Center
1101 W. Flagler St.. Miami 5454815
Happy New Year To All
Alles
Southeast Corp.
7395 West 18th Lane Hialeah 823-4700
Extends A Happy New Year To All
Monahan's
Electric Company
4050 N W 29th St. Miami 871-3163
New Year Greetings
Deep Tan
5300 N W167 Street 621-5551
Wishes A Happy New Year To All
he Monde Jewelers
8538 Coral Way Miami 221-1424
New Year Greetings
Moniq ue' s
Hair Salon
Wishes All Their Friends And
Customers A Happy New Year
3930 S. W. 40 Avenue 989-7400
JARED'S MOTOR
CLASSICS
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Happy New Year
1.4084. .W. |39 Court 2350287_________
CROWN & SCEPTRE
The Classic Dining
Continental Style
3941 N.W. 22 Street 871-1700
Happy New Year To All
Holiday Hunters
Travel
1838 Suaet Drive. 666-2516
DadeUad PWxa 667 2524
Happy New Year To Everyone
GARDEN SPA
[Extends A Happy New Year
To The Entire Jewish Community
SW. 107 A
-274-0947
Warren Henry Motors
Hvy441 19275 NW 2nd Avenue
iMJaaai.- 651-6611
Have A Happy Holiday
A-l Tours
12327 NE 6th Ave. North Miami 896-4546
Extends to the entire Jewish Community
New Year Greetings
Crown Laundry
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2025 NE 163rd. St. North Miami Beach 947-1812
New Year's Greetings
Fine Distributing Co.
3485 NW 65th St., Miami 691-0231
A Happy New Year To All
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337 Lincoln Rd. Miami-531 1059
Happy New Year
Carfel Inc.
7496 NW 48 St. Miami. 33166 592-2760
Happy New Year
Desk Exchange
2501 NW 37 Street Miami 6344024
MR. & MRS. SIDNEY KIRSCH
Wish The Entire Community
A Happy New Year
Dr. J. Bernard
Drucker
Optometrist
247- 71st. St. Miami 866-4196
Happy New Year
Dutch Packing
Co., Inc.
4115 NW 28 St. Miami 871-3640
Happy New Year To Everyone
Ben Grabers,
Ladies Wear
1325 NE 163 St. N. Miami Beach 945-4171
Happy New Year
Gulfstream
Card Co.
7801 NW52nd St. Miami 592-0123
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Happy New Year
International
Automotive Inc.
(AUTO REPAIR)
10414 SW 184 Terr. 251-6952
Happy New Year
Florida Fill, Inc
EARTH MOVING
ENGINEERING CONTRACTORS
9501 Old Sooth Dixie High way 661-8518
A Happy New Year
To All Our Friends A Customers
Howard Johnson
Motor Lodge
4000 Alton Rd. MB 532-4411
Happy New Year To All
Fontana Shoes Co.
217 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach 673-5656
Wishes All Their Friends A Customers
A Happy New Year
Haddon Hall Motel
1500Collins Ave.. Miami Beach 531-1251
Wish to all fnends and customers
a Happy New Year
Allen Malshick
Photography
2929 Collins Ave. M. B. 672-5363
Happy New Year
Miller
Decorating
Centers
Elsie Undergarment
Company
Happy New Year To All
8295 West 20 Ave. Hialeah 822-6981
16507 NE 6th Ave. N.M.B. 947-2020
New Years Greetings
Pyke Brothers & Sons
Paint & Body Shop
35 NE 29th St. Miami 57*6800
ttoppy New Year Greetings To All
Inches Away
25 par cent discount with this Ad.
17130 N. Dixie Hwy. 944-3218
New Year Greetings
Farovi Shipping Corp.
1600 Port Blvd. Miami. 33132 373-4766
Happy New Year
Floridian Furniture
4796 SW 8th Street Miami. Fla. 448-2639
Happy New Year
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8661 Harding Ave., Miami Beach
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A Happy New Year
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All Types Roofing Free Estimates
Re-Roofing A Repairs Guaranteed Work
Licensed and Insured
624-1637 981-9469
^______Happy New Year


Dm the Polish underground, but in vain. The
bws' arsenal contained only two small pistols,
hey felt they were isolated from the world.
I AND SO, in the course of two months, 300,000
t of the 370,000 ghetto inhabitants were exter-
nated. The resistance movement suffered
vere losses when members were caught in
ion. Yitzhak did his best to encourage the
inters. Military training started. Molotov cock-
Els, hand grenades and bombs were produced
cretlv in the Ghetto. Bunkers and underground
nnels were built. Some hand grenades and
Btols, bought with their own money with the aid
the Polish underground, were smuggled into
l Ghetto.
[The task of organizing the Uprising in the
farsaw Ghetto was assigned to five youngsters
pm the Jewish Fighting Organization, at the
ad of which stood Mordechai Anilewicz and his
puty Antek, who was also in charge of main-
ling communication with the Jewish Fighting
Friday. September 25,1981 / The Jewish Floridian Page 19-C
.i
Organizations in other cities. Meanwhile, the
Onetto defenders had received a small supply of
arms from their comrades on the Aryan side of
Warsaw.
Then, the second wave of deportation came in
January, 1943. Stiff resistance was put up in four
days of street fighting, although the Jewish par-
tisans knew that they would all be killed. But
they thought that at least this way they would
hold out longer and inflict greater casualties on
the enemy and fall with honor and dignity. As a
result, the Germans stopped the deportations,
probably for fear the revolt might spread to other
parts in Poland.
THE POLISH underground, fuU of admiration
tor the Jews who had dared resist the Germans
with so few weapons, sent them a new shipment
of arms. In the meantime, the Jewish resis-
tance prepared feverishly for the next battle, and
Yitzhak was chosen to go to the Aryan side of
Warsaw to be the fighters representative to the
Polish underground. Then, on April 19, 1943, a
German force with tanks and artillery attacked.
However, it retreated in great confusion after
suffering heavy losses and leaving many dead
behind. The Ghetto defenders were overjoyed at
having forced the Germans to flee the Ghetto
twice. The Germans then burned the houses, one
after the other. The Ghetto burned for days and
nights. And so the Jewish fighters perished,
except for about 50 who escaped, a number of
them through the sewer canals, and continued to
fight the Germans in the forests. Altogether,
56,000 Ghetto Jews were destroyed during the
one month's fighting, Some 300 Germans were
killed and about 1,000 wounded.
THE WARSAW Ghetto uprising was the big-
gest Jewish revolt against Nazis and the first
armed uprising in occupied Europe. Of it, the 24-
year-old leader, Mordechai Anilewicz. wrote be-
Continued on Page 20-C
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>ody Shop Inc.
IE 6 Ct. .Miami 754-8659
'New Year
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i South Dixie Hwy.
|a 245-5516
\New Year
Brother's Zito
IE 163 St.
Miami Beach 945-9449
New Year
Camelot Mill
Work, Inc.
12123 SW 114 Place 253-2069
New Year Greetings To All
Dr. Jerome
F. Jacobs
Diseases of the Foot and Leg
1688 Meridian Ave., M.B. 531-8874
Happy New Year To All
opa Tiles
loors
>rsl Way-Miami 442-9325
\New Year
Klock Company
Realtors
1507 Sunset Drive Miami 666-5922
Wishes Everyone A Happy New Year
Ocean Pavilion Hotel
5601 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach 865-6511
'Happy Mew Year
Palm Island of Miami
100 NE 39th. St. Miami Florida
The Reinhard Family Wishes
All Holiday Greetings
Corp. Nursing
ie Consultants
ie Blvd. 757-8493
Vew Year
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Kendall Drive
[- 596-2227
VVk Year
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X-oln Road-Miami Beech 532-4818
Kew Year
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Kane's Masterbuilt
Furniture
5851 N W 35th Avenue Miami 6334542
Happy New Year Greetings To All
Essen Deli
Restaurant
17901 Biscayne Blvd. N.M.B. 932-5958
Happy New Year
K & K Trailer
Supplies
23215 South U.S. Hwy. 1 South Miami 245-1212
Happy New Year To All
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Tires
'61 St Miami-887-3126
Vew Year
Conard's
\ner Tire
igier Avenue 2484533
Everyone A Happy New Year
iry Lane Bakery
! 164 St.
li Beach 944-5934
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Falafel
)aily Newspaper 16540 NE 6 Ave -N. Miami
945-3810
tew Year
Mr. Carmen
Hairstylist
1604 Washington. Miami Beach 534-2900
Happy New Year
One Hour Martinizing
1716 79th. St Cawy., Miami 861-4210
A Very Happy New Year To All
Nathan's Famous Buffet
Catering Service
18190 Collins Ave. 931-4900
Any Deli Sandwich S3.25-Special S2.19
Happy New Year
Miami Seaquarium
1-95 South To Key Biscayne
On Rickenbacker Causeway 361-5705
New Year Greetings To All
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Real Estate
9585 Harding Ave. Surfside 866-2423
Happy New Year To All________
West Dixie
Bowling Lanes
15950 West Dixie Hwy. 945-2655
Wishes Everyone A Happy New Year
Lucky Duck
Lame Duck
Early Dinner Specials 4-8p. m.
17866-68 Biscayne Blvd. 931-1922
_____________Happy New Year To All
Command
Performanance
THE HAIR CUTTING PLACE
401 Coral Way 448-7974
Happy New Year
England
>rs Inc.
12 Ave.
73-4600
tew Year
9820 S.Dixie Hwy.
Miami 667-4622
u Nass & Sons, Inc.
14th Avenue-Miami 754-7806
few Year from All
\UofYou
Miami Rug Co.
100 South Miami Ave. Miami 685-8444
Happy New Year
Laura McCarthy Inc.
REALTOR- 751-1641
8601 Biscayne Road, Miami Shores
A Joyous New Year To All
Sun Gold Industries
6705 NW 84th Ave., Miami 592-7500
Happy New Year To Everyone
Perfect
Electronics Inc.
9541 Harding Ave., M.B. 866-1735
Happy New Year To All

Photographic Services
2645 SW 37 Ave, Miami 444-0252
Happy New Year To All
Southern Wine
& Spirits, Inc.
1600 NW 163 St., Miami 6254171
A Joyous New Year To All
The Plumbing Shop
93541 Street Phone: 532-4467
Happy New Year to Alt
--------------H
Gino's Italian
Restaurant
1906 Collins Ave.. Miami Beach 532-6426
Happy New Year
Central Hardware Co.
545 Arthur Godfrey Rd. Miami Beach 531-0636
Happy New Year
J.P. Realty
4980 Palm Ave., HlaJeah 558-0625
Happy New Year


Pagel8-C
f.mt ^.u-o
The Jewish Floridian/ Friday, September 25,1981
Warsaw ghetto heco
Continued from Page 19-C
fore his death: The dream of my life has been ful-
filled. I have lived to see Jewish defense in all its
greatness and glory."
In August. 1944. the few dozen Jewish fighters,
headed by Antek, who had survived the Warsaw
Ghetto uprising, joined the Polish uprising. Some
of them were wounded or killed. In 1947, Yitzhak
came to Eretz Yisrael and was one of the founders
i Kibbutz Lohamei Hagetaot and of the kib-
butz's Ghetto Fighters' Museum.
One more living witness of what the Nazis did
to the Jewish people is gone. One less who can cry
out "I was there," to those who deny the Holo-
caust.
Original Office
Furniture Inc.
2742 NW 35 Street 635-4707
Holiday Greetings To All
Norman Bros.
Produce
7621 SW 87 A ve.-Miami 274-9363
Happy New Year To All
Morris II Discount
Grocery & Dairy
1421 Washington Ave.
Miami Beach 534-6779
Happy New Year
P.O. Box 571093
Phone: 274-0633
New Year Greetings To All
The Taurus
Restaurant
3540 Mam Highway-Miami 448-0633
Happy New Year
Florida Lace &
& Braid Inc.
565-575 NW 24th St Miami
Happy New Year To All
American Electric
Of Miami
11500 SW 120th St. 253-9131
Happy New Year To All
Fulton Pest Control
1981 NE 153 St North Miami Beach 945-6525
New Years Greetings
Prince Hamlet
Danish Restaurant
8301 Biscayne Blvd. 888-8048
Happy New Year
YANKEE CLIPPER
LANDSCAPING. INC.,
The Palette
125 NE 26th. St. 573-0980
Happy New Year
To All Our Friends And Customers
Michael Young
Factory Outlet
1040 NE 181 St. 651-3860
Happy New Year
Carl's Camera Shop
7401 Collins Avenue. Miami Beach
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Happy New Year
PROFESSIONAL
OXYGEN I
Wishes The Entire Jewish Community
A Happy New Year
18901 N.E. 5 Avenue
Dade: 652-2792
Broward: 525-7243
Lee's
Prescription Pharmacy
2526SW3rd.Ave. Mauri 854-3625
New Year Greetings To All
m
Frederal Discount
Pharmacy
11120 Weat 49 St. Hialeao 556-5270
Happy New Year To All
Haircut ting Station
Est'd 1979
10675 SW 88 Street 274-1845
Wishes A Happy New Year To The
Entire Jewish Community
Pete's Lawn
Mower Service
8195 NW 17 Ave., Miami 693-0221
Happy New Year
Mike's Cigars
Of Miami Beach
465 Arthur Godfrey Rd.. Miami Beach 538-6707
Holiday Greetings
Edward Magill
25 SE 2nd. Ave. Suite 730 358-7777
Holiday Greetings
Authorized Appliance
Service Co.
18643 SW 107 Are. 252-1825
(Quail Roost 4 Mariin Dr.)
Wishes Everyone A Happy New Year
Christian Community
Service Agency
1090 NE 79 St. Miami 758-3071
Happy New Year To All
Dr. Louie's
Upholstery Shop
7835 NW 36th Ave. 691-7991
Happy New Year To All
Bal Harbour
Chrysler-Plymouth
1850 NE 123rd. St. 898-0960
Happy new Year To All
Diamond Paint Co.
18150 NW 2nd. Ave. Miami 651-0222
Happy New Year
Troy Desk Manufacturing
Co., Inc.
1333 NW 155 Drive 625-6789
Wtshes The Entire Jewish Community
. _______-4 Happy New Year
McCOURT
CONSTRUCTION INC.
Quality Tennis Courts
Resurfacing- Fencing
Accessories-LiiditinK
8907 SW 129 Street 2554252
New Year Greetings
Cancellation Unlimited
LOEHMANNsPLAZA
Happy New Year
UWD
Fincher Oldsmobile
1740 NE 2nd. Avenue Miami 373-8351
A Happy New Year To All
International
Air Leases Inc.
P.O. Box 522230 Miami 871-4600
Happy New Year
Conger Life Insurance
Company, Inc.
5060 BISCAYNE BLVD.
MIAMI. FLORIDA 33137
754-3291
__^______Happy New Year I


[men holidays
Continued from Page 15-C
the symbolic rite inspired by Micah of
\nd thou wilt cast all their sins into the
is of the sea; yea, all the sins of thy people,
just of Israel, wilt thou cast where they shall
be remembered, nor borne in mind, nor ever-
I come to memory.
IE BREADCRUMBS were thereupon
on the waters Shyly, the ladies followed
casting their symbolic misdeeds with
accuracy. The brief ceremony over, there
lutual handshakes, an atmosphere of relief
thought of facing the judgment seat on
ir with a clear conscience. Brief but impres-
[ the little drama by the river left one onlooker
Lester Sherhoff
Ent. Inc.
PICE-SHOWROOM- WAREHOUSE
119 NE 1st. Place.Miami 305-751-2001
New Years Greetings
deeply thoughtful as he. likewise, made for home.
On a morning in EUul the higbceilinged
dassroom of a school in the City of London bore a
closer resemblance to a clothes emporium than to
a school with a fine reputation for its Hebrew and
secular curriculum. Headmaster and staff were
scurrying to and fro, evolving order out of chaos,
sorting into sizes shirts of calico, stockings.
I"?! .and ve8ta> trou Md boots in readiness
lor the try ing-on later in the day.
This was the annual distribution of Rosh
Hashanah ng-out to sons of indigent members
sL-f nT? ~ ,1 "^Pment of chosen
Shaare Tikva boys literally from top to toe.
This "dated" New Year outfit might not
have commended itself to the then arbiters of
juvenile fashion. The headwear was a hard cap
with a shiny peak, with an under-the-chin elastic
band for windy weather. Jackets were of hard-
Womb Rooms
[When You Need To Get Away Prom It All.
; Tank Center In The Grove 444-7235
Happy New Year To All
Trade Winds
istaurant & Lounge
ins Ave. Marco Polo Hotel Lower Lobby
32-8454 or 932-2233 Ext: 1367 or 1368
New Years Greetings_______________
tanner Supply Co.
7195 NW 30 St Miami 593-2941
Happy New Year To All
'he Beach arbour
Resort Hotel
18925 Collina Ave. 931-8900
Toll Free: 800-327 2042
Holiday Greetings To All
Executive Caterers
1051 No. Miami Beach Blvd.. N.M.B
945-2221 or 944-3313
Happy New Year To All
Florida Cushions, Inc.
CHAISE PADS-BOAT CUSHIONS
67 NW 71 St.-754-3041
Happy New Year To All
House Of Duplicating
765 W. Flagler St. 5454542
Holiday Greetings To All
Barbara Bessey
600 Lincoln Road 538-7734
School Of Exercise
Happy New Year To All
Best Vacuum
Cleaner Repairs
5800 Sunset Drive 667-4062
|12558 N. Kendall Drive 279-5509
Happy New Year
Big I Discount
Fan Center
| South Dixie Hwy.. Miami 686-8358
Happy New Year To All
Kaberaf Modes
315 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach 531-5112
Extends To The Entire Jewish
Community A Happy New Year
Kendall Radiator Works
8711 SW 129 Terr.. Miami 233-4554
Happy New Year
Le Chic
1231 Lincoln Road 672-9351
800 E. Hallandale Beach Blvd. 454-7533
Happy New Year To All
Merchant's Credit Bureau
66 NW 36 St. 633-6936
Wish All Their Friends And
Customers A Very Happy New Year
Dictaphone
nsafone Systems
NW 27th Ave.. Miami 642-3600
Breward Phone: 5654203
Happy New Year ______^^^
Dolphin's Cove Inc.
lrrriok Way. Coral Gables 442 9542
Happy New Year To All
Belcher Fishing
Supply Inc.
j 54 SW 6th St.. Miami 374-6444
Happy New Year
Mendelson's Inc.
953 Washington Avenue
1354 NE163rd Street
833-Ut Street Miami Beach
Finest Meat And Poultry
Strictly Kosher Open Daily
Happy New Year To All
Nelson's Pharmacy
1556 Venera Ave.. Coral Gables 668-4425
Happy New Year To All
Miami Jack Service Inc.
5650 N W 27 Ave.. Miami 634-2226
Happy New Year To All
Jtemoer zo, ii / ine .Jewish Klondian Page i
'wearing grey worsted of a sturdiness seldom
encountered today. Waistcoast were designed
' with long sleeves, a garment to be-worn, costless,
in summer time.
IP JACKETS and vests were durable, so
likewise were the trousers of corduroy and boots
of a sturdiness made to withstand the toughest
usage. They creaked alarmingly, as onjy charity
boots can.
Later in the day the chosen lads filed in,
having previously been warned to attend sans
parents "they only add to the confusion!"
Trying-on was a slow, exhausting process, only a
solitary calico shirt remaining unclaimed.
It has to be recorded that those new boots
appeared to creak with redoubled persistence as
blushing wearers disturbed synagogue quietude
on Rosh Hashanah morning audible tribute,
maybe, to Sephardi tzedaka.
London Chronicle Syndicate
1 Hour Photo
1731 NE 163rd. St.. North Miami Beach-947-8094
Happy New Year
Pepi's Children's Apparel
257 Miracle MUe. Coral Gables 448-5113
Happy New Year To All Our Friends
And Customers
PHILIPPE
European Mens Shop Inc.
3403 Main Hwy.. C. Grove-33133 448-9994
Happy New Year
Poe & Associates, Inc.
18441 NW 2 Ave.. Miami 653-6610
Happy New Year To All
Professional Arts
Pharmacy
1150 NW 14 St. 324-0803
Holiday Greetings To All
S. & S. Air Conditioning
7320 NW 58th. St.. Miami 592-3412
We Wish Everyone A Happy New Year
SALON BLANCO
970 Arthur Godfrey Rd.. Miami Beach 532-6017
We Wish All Our Friends And
Customers A Happy New Year
SCHECHTERs CARIBBEAN HOTEL
Glatt Strictly Kosher
An Entire Ocean-Front Block
3737 Collins Ave., M.B. 531-0061
Happy New Year
T
Sea brook Hotel
9401 Collins Ave. 866-5446
Holiday Greetings To All
Palmetto
General Hospital
2001 W. 68th Street
HIALEAH
823-5000
HAPPY NEW YEAR
Harold J. Segal Realtor
1688 Meridian Ave.. Miami Beach 538-8643
Extends To The Entire Jewish
Community A Happy New Year
Pearl's Bonded
Fruit Shippers
7120 Collins Ave., Miami Beach 866-0481
Happy New Year
Farr Tours & Travel
Celebrating 53 Years
2323 Collins Avenue 6705 Collina Avenue
Extends New Year Greetings
To The Entire Jewish Community
Mr. & Mrs. Nate Smith
Miami Springs Cyclery
157 Westward Dr Miami Spring-887-5068
Happy New Year


Page 22-C The Jewish Floridian / Friday, September 25.1981
& new yeap Stony
Continued from Page 13-C
festival prayerbook, was a closed book to him. He
could not understand a word of it.
David has only one way of expressing
himself his shepherd's pipe. It had never failed
him in the fields and on the hillside. His hands
caressed it. When he lifted the reed to his lips, he
could no longer restrain himself. Suddenly, in the
midst of that august assembly, he blew his pipe.
THE SHRILL NOTES vibrated though the
House of God. The congregation was stricken
with amazement. The father hung his head in
shame, wishing only that the earth would open up
and swallow him.
Rabbi Israel Baal Shem Tov alone remained
calm. He called David to his side "My son," he
said in a voice overflowing with love and joy.
Winston Realty
20430 Biacayne Blvd.. Miami 931-8410
Happy New Year
Deerborne School
311 Seville Ave.. Coral Gables 444-6595 or 444-4662
Happy New Year
Kendale Lakes Paint
& Decorators
13865 N. Kendall Drive. Miami 595-5880
We Extend A Happy New Year Greeting
To The Entire Jewish Community
Piccadilly
Cafeteria
1645 W 49th St.. Hialeah 8234601
WESTLAND MALL New Year Greetings
South Dade Tax
Accounting Inc.
7200 Bird Rd Miami 253-4015
Happy New Year
Union Optical
67 NE 2nd. Street 379-9682
Wishes All Their Friends & Customers
A Happy New Year
m
Food Among The Flowers
21 NE 36 St. 5760000
Possibly The Moat Unique Dining
Expierence In Florida Happy New Year
Miami Diamond
Center
Inc.
Jewelers
Mr. sad Mrs. Morria Rabinowitz
Mr. and Mre. Sol Goldetefa
235 NE 4th. Street, Miami, Florida
In Loving Remembrance of
Our Parents Founders
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Rabinowitz
Wishing Yob A Happy New Year
MAURICE A.
. FERRE
? MAYOR-
City of Miami
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO THE
ENTIRE JEWISH COMMUNITY
'.:> '. .'
The notes of your shepherds pipe lUUjlM
our Father in Haven as sweet as the musK made
by King David on his harp. For. with all your
heart, your soul, and your might, you^vf^
the only way you knew The ved. before U*
Heavenly Throne were pierced by prayers ano
through these gaps my own prayers will reach Hi/H HrtlV ft*VC
Bust o the Shoe** Centecpiece oC the high noly Pays
their destination. For your sake, little David. God
will inscribe us all thia coming year in the Book of
Life."
For the third time Rabbi Israel began to
recite the formula, "By authority of the Court on
High."
Continued from Page 1-C
Levitcus as a portent of great and good events,
such as the giving of the Torah and the proclama-
tion of the jubilee year. The sound of the shofar,
properly blown, is inherently jubilant, and I
cannot understand how it came to acquire funeral
connotations.
I SUPPOSE, in common with much that is
iih'Iuiu Imly in our traditions, they are the
products of exile, for if the shofar as heard in the
ltil.li/ kfiierully has a cheerful and stirring note, in
Taha
7250 Red Road 667-1187
318 Miracle Mile 445-2802
Happy New Year To All
SILVETA
245 E. Flagler St. Suite 408 Miami 371-6235
Happy New Year
Rosen
International Inc.
111 NE 2nd Ave. Suite 818, Miami 358-2012
Happy New Year
REMY TAILOR
9814 SW 77th Ave., Miami 279-4489
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Happy New Year
Macmillan Oil Co.
Of Fla. Inc.
2965 E. 11 Ave., Hi... Fl. 33013 691-7814
Happy New Year
Swim-N-Sport Shops Inc,
HAPPY NE W YEAR TO ALL
Lee's Tackle Inc.
2185 NW 34th Avenue. Miami 634-7696
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Happy New Year
ALL STATE
EXTERMINATING CO.
17050 NW 3rd. Ave. 652-3205
A Happy New Year To AU
Acne Health
Care Centers
4661 Ponce de Leon Blvd. 667 ACNE
A Very Happy New Year To AU
A1 Tree Services
10781 SW 165 St.. Miami 251-6666
HAPPY New Year
OWENS-ILLINOIS
1101 E. 33rd. Street
Hialeah
691-2121
Happy New Year To All
Sofas And Chairs
Unlimited
89 NE 27 St.. Miami 573-0760
Happy New Year
; i
llie Talmud it becomes lachrymose, and it came to
Iki used for funerals and fasts and exorcisms and
excommunications. It also acquired a practical
function and was used by the town crier to herald
ilie approach of the Sabbath.
It was Rabbi Shlomo Goren who restored the
shofar to its original use when ha sounded a tri-
umphant tehiah gedolah to celebrate the re-
unification of Jerusalem in 1967. Unfortunately,
he hasn't stopped blowing it since.
London Chronicle Syndicate
Village Home
Realty Inc.
2900 W. 12 Avenue Hialeah 8884336
4023 N. Armenia Avenue Tampa (8131-876-8249
Happy New Year_______________
Dependable Plumbing
Service Inc.
915 NE 79 St.. Miami 8664513
Happy New Year
Coral Reef Gardens
13100 SW 232 St.. Miami 245-1035
Happy New Year
Skylake Mall Barber Shop
1778 NW Miami Garden. Dr., N. Miami Beech
947-2052
Wish To AU Our Frunds A Customers
A Very Happy New Year
American Handicrafts
Merribee Needle Arts
1682 NE Miami Garden. Dr. 947-7106
Skylake MaR Happy New Ye
Home "Best" Service
AIRCONDITIONING-ELECTRICAL WORK
7445 SW 19 Terrace, Miami 2644030
Happy New Year To AU
Kaufman Press
1445 North Miami Avenue. Miami 374-3587
Happy New Year To AU Our
Friends And Customers
Dr. Louie's
Upholstery Shop
7835 NW 36th Ave. 691-7981
Happy New Yjar To AU
Tropical Tackle
10716 SW 113 Place 2794173
(SABLE CHASE)
Wish The Entire Jewish Community
A Hoddv New Year
ST. FRANCIS
HOSPITAL
868-5000
250 West 63rd. Street
Miami Beach. Florida 33141
HAPPY NE W YEAR
TO OUR MANY FRIENDS
*
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ish Supvival
Continued from Page 1-C
/out hope that they never will be utilized.
id so, aa we pray this Roah Hashanah for
lual souls and for Jewish souls all over the
| we also pray that Israel remain secure and
utted to develop its cities, its soil and its
re must pray, too, for a continuation of the
pa-ship between the Jews of Israel and the
|of the United States, who represent the
Bt community, in numbers, of Jews in the
1 is possible, as the years stretch across this
!, that the two Jewries will, sometimes,
jerstand one another and will not always
the same language or see eye to eye on
matters. But the commonality of interest
\urfside Decor Inc.
ling Ave., Miami Beach
Happy New Year
8684906
SET TRAVEL
8770 Sunset Drive 279-3304
Happy New Year
Irich German Car
Repair Inc.
II SW 129 St.. Miami 232-2191
Happy New Year
Westchester
Cleaners
87 Coral Way. Miami 264-7733
Happy New Year To All
Red Tag
Furniture Inc.
[948 SW 8 St.. Miami 858-6714
tfappy New Year To All
ral Palm Barber Shop
yal Palm Ava.. Miami Beach 673-9865
New Years Greetings
Supertype inc.
I SE 8th St.. Hialeah 885-6241
New Year Greetings
ley bold Building
SE 1st Street, Miami 374-7922
Happy New Year To All Our
Friends A Customers
Beauty Fair
F43 SW 24 St.. Miami 221-1912
Happy New Year To All
\arbor Island Spa
7900 Harbor Island
| North Bay Village. Florida 33140
751-7561
HAPPY NEW YEAR
ITHERS MOVING
& STORAGE
6900 NW 74th. Aveai
MIAMI
8866161
'* All Their Friends And Customers
A Happy Ntw Year
. i | |
Friday, September 25,1981 / The Jewish FToridian
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Page23-C
ties us together in an unbreakable bond and we
must pray that it remains so.
WE MUST, therefore, pray that the Ameri-
can Jewish community deepens and extends
Jewish education in the United States an edu-
cation that is not superficial, an education that
sticks to the heart, soul and mind of the Jew, so
that, in the years ahead, Jews will continue to
recognize one another and help one another.
"A man is in great danger in the world ..."
Indeed, so is the Jew. And as he prays, in the
common language of Hebrew, and observes the
High Holy Days simultaneously with other Jews,
so shall he feel solidarity with his own people, as
an individual and as a member of the large Jewish
community.
eating: a neveR-enoinq Israeli Activity
Continued from Page 6-C
coffee and tea. With the closing to traffic of part
of Ben Yehuda Street and its conversion to a mall
you can sit undisturbed by cars and enjoy your
coffee m the middle of the street.
Not far off, on your way back to Hamashbir, is
Pizza Barn. 5 Hillel Street, the original pizza
place in Jerusalem.
One has a choice of eating pizza slices to go or
taking out a whole pizza, eating in the garden res-
taurant or in the inside restaurant, where good
Fondue is available.
Walking the triangle of downtown Jerusalem
(King George, Jaffa Road, Ben Yehudah) as well
as the side streets, can make a very enjoyable
evening's entertainment especially if you stop
to sample a variety of these delicious street foods.
Better yet, try it on several evenings so you won't
get sick.
Chez Vendome Restaurant
David William Hotel
700 Bfltmore Way C. Gabies
Happy New Year To All
AUTO TEC
3730 NW 71st Street, Miami 691-3371
Wish To All Our Friends A Customers
A Very Happy New Year
Savin
COMPLETE OFFICE SYSTEMS
9500 NW 41 St.. MIAMI 591-8000
Holiday Greetings
Suniland Pet Shop
11429 South Dixie Hwy.. Miami 235-1821
Happy New Year
Poodles & Terriers
By Renee
1644 NE 123 St.. Miami 8911117
Happy New Year To All
Juvenile Center Inc.
2031 NE 163 St.. North Miami Beach 947-1771
18844 S. Dixie Hwy., Miami 2354531
New Year Greetings
Gene Snyder & Co.
229 Sunny Ialea Blvd., Miami Beach 947-3566
Happy New Year To All
LEO AUGUST CO.
CARPET CLEANING
838 NW 81 Street 944-7982
Happy New Year To All
PUTONS
13467 S. Dixie Hwy. 251-1953
13957 SW 88 St. 59*4332
Happy New Year To All
______ _____________________
Miami Discount
Tools & Hardware
10890 Quail Rooat Drive, Miami 235-1553
Happy New Year
Papa Piccolo's
Italian Restaurant
8016 SW 81 Drive. Miami 271-0811
Happy New Year
White-Star Realty Co.
1720 79th St Causeway. Miami Beach 868-7966
Happy New Year
Smith Terminal
Warehouse
3535 NW 112 St.. Miami 6856325
Happy New Year
Sanitary Linen Service
253 NW 22nd Lane, Miami 573-2510
Happy Near Year
Martin Surgical Supplies
A nd Sundries
18537 W. Dixie Hwy. 9354)227
Happy New Year To All
Carmine's Prime Meats
9519 U.S. 1 Dade Land Plaza 667-1489
13726 N. Kendall Dr. 387-0863
Happy New Year
Pepe Tailors
1337 Biacayne Blvd.. Miami 373-1954
Happy New Year
Charade Restaurant
2900 Ponce de Leon Blvd 448-6077
and
WESCHESTER
GENERAL HOSPITAL
2500 SW 75th. Avenue
MIAMI
264-5252
Happy New Year To All Our Friends
And Customers
Kaleidoscope Restaurant
3112 Commodore Plaza 446-5010
HAPPY NEW YEAR

J.M.LIPTON
Insurance Agency
Joseph M. Lipton, President
101 Eaat Flagter Street
Miami. Florida 33132
Phone: 371-6631
Best Wishes For A Happy Rosh Hashnaah,
To Our Clients i Friends


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