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54_Number 52 Three Sections
Miami, FloridaFriday, December 25.1981
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Fighting spirit of the Maccabees in the cause of Jewish liberty
is being celebrated during the Chanukah holidays which began
kith the lighting of the first candle on Sunday evening \,.
related features. Sec. C.)
New Film
Vanessa Outraging
Everybody Again
NEW YOHK (JTA) -
Yinessa Redgrave. whose
jttunch support of the Palestine
Liberation Organization pro-
mised a controversy last year
when she was cast as a Jewish
prisoner in a Nazi concentration
camp in the CBS-TV production
ol Playing for Time," is now in-
volved m promoting two anti-
Zionist films, the Anti-Defa-
mation League of B'nai B'nth
reported
According to Justin Finger, di-
rector of the ADL'a civil rights
division. Redgrave is promoting
i propaganda film entitled
"Occupied Palestine." which was
premiered in October at the San
Francisco Film Festival, and is
preparing another film that
accuses Zionists" of being Nazi
collaborators.
In the lau- 1970s, she produced
ud played a leading role in "The
Palestinian." in which she was
shown dancing in a PLO camp,
holding a rifle over her head.
Finger said that financing for
u>e new film has been provided
by the Crown Prince of Kuwait.
other Kuwaiti "petrodollar ty-
coons and Palestinians. The
Kuwaiti and Palestinian financial
Msistance he said, was solicited
during a Middle East tour made
by Redgrave to promote "Occu-
pied Palestine."
Vanessa
Finger said that the premise of
Ms. Redgrave's new film an
alleged conspiracy between Zion-
ists and Nazis during World War
Continued on Page 5-A
Cheating Would be 'Disaster'
Egyptians See Peace With Israel
Undiminished in Future of Necessity
CAIRO (ZINSI The peace
treaty President Sadat initiated, how-
ever imperfect and incomplete, still ap-
pears to be very much alive, according to
the editor of the ruling Egyptian Na-
tional Democratic Party's weekly Mayo,
Ibrahim Sa'adeh. In a remarkable article
last week, he warned those who ad-
vocated "cheating" the Israelis and
reneging on Egyptians commitments
once Sinai is restored, that this would be
an unmitigated disaster for Egypt.
Sa'adeh writes that any attempt to
go back on the treaty after April would
bring down international opprobrium on
Egypt, shatter its credibility in the
world, destroy its ties with the U.S. and
its access to the most modern American
arms, and necessitate grovelling to the
Soviet Union for replacements. Israel, on
the other hand, Sa'adeh continued,
would emerge as Washington's most
trusted ally in the region, and would
probably feel free to reoccupy Sinai
without encountering any major in-
ternational criticism.
On the other hand, Dr. Osama el-
Baz. political director of the president's
office and one of.Mubarak'sclosest aides,
said in Cairo recently that there will be
no "radical change'" in Egypt's peace
policy after Sinai is returned.According
to the Israeli daily Ha'aretz, the em-
phasis should be on "radical" rather
than "change." After next April. Egypt
can take on an increasingly forthright
position on contentious issues such as
Palestinian State and the Fahd plan that
it prefers to soft pedal for the moment,
and this could precipitate a crises in rela-
tions with Israel.
U.S. and Israel
Serious Concern Over
Future Relations
By DAVID LANDAU
and GIL SEDAN
(Jerusalem), and
HUGH ORGEL (Tel Avivi
(JTA) The future of re-
lations with Washington was a
subject of serious concern here
following Premier Menachem
Begins unprecedented attack on
the Reagan Administration for
suspending the U.S.-Israel stra-
tegic cooperation agreement. But
there were indications that both
sides would like to cool the situa-
tion.
The status of the agreement
remained uncertain. Begin ac-
cused the Administration of
"abrogating" it to "punish" Is-
rael for its annexation of the
Golan Heights a week ago and
declared that this made the pact
'null and void."
The Cabinet did not formally
ratify Begins statement but. ac-
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Israel Caught By Surprise... 7-A
Text of Begins Statement .. 3-A
U.S. Votes Against Israel... 5-A
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cording to a close aide "no one
expressed any reservations or ob-
jections" at Sunday's session.
Cabinet Secretary Arye Naor told
reporters later that the Premier's
statement has the "validity" of a
Cabinet decision even though not
formally endorsed. It waa
learned, however, that discussion
was cut short because Begin was
in severe pain from his recent hip
surgery.
Division Over Begins Statement
Nevertheless, the Cabinet ap-
pears to be divided over Begins
caustic statement to U.S. Am-
bassador Samuel Lewis, later
made public, an unprecedented
departure from normal practice.
::*:*:*:*:W:*:
Some ministers told the Jewish
Telegraphic Agency privately
that they were pleased with
Begin's performance because the
Administration's "punishment"
of Israel was "disproportionate"
and intended to please and ap-
pease the Arabs. One Minister
contended it would galvanize
American Jewish support behind
Israel.
There had been an uncomfort-
able awareness here last week
that the organized American
Jewish community was less than
enthusiastic over Israel's Golan
law. But there were also strong
feelings here that Begin had
Continued on Page 12-A
Univ.'s Must Give 'Equal Time' to Religious Gatherings
Th
By BEN GALLOB
NEW YORK (JTA) -
Supreme Court
decision that a public uni-
versity which permits
student groups to meet for
*cuw activities must also
allow student religious
groups to meet for worship
and religious study was
lauded by a Jewish legal
service organization as ap-
pearing, to estabush "the
general principle in law that
religion is not to be viewed
as pariah-like by govern-
ment."
That evaluation of the Su-
preme Court ruling striking down
a University of Missouri ban on
the use of university property
for purposes of religious wor-
ship or religious teaching" was
made by Howard Zuckerman.
president of the National Jewish
Commission on Law and Public
Affairs (COLPA). which sub-
mitted a friend of the court brief
in support of the affected student
group. Nathan Dershowitz. di-
rector of the Commission on Law
and Social Action of the Ameri-
can Jewish Congress, submitted
a brief in support of the univer-
sity, written by Marc Stern, an
AJCongress staff attorney.
THE UNIVERSITY reg
ulation was challenged by an
Continued on Page 9-A


Page 2-A The Jewish Floridian / Friday, December 25, 1981
Former Carter Aide
Warns Saudis Will Sit on Sidelines of Peace Effort
tha plan wo. proposed __
JOming the process "I
QUANDTmmnuuMri..
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By DAVID FRIEDMAN
WASHINGTON-! JTAI
William Quandt, who was
the Middle East expert on
National Security Council
under President Carter, has
warned Americans not to
expect Saudi Arabia to take
a leadership role in achiev-
ing an overall Arab-Israeli
peace settlement.
"The Saudis cannot and will
not be the Arab party who takes
the lead in the next phase" of the
Middle East peace process, he
told s press conference st the
Brooking* Institution where he
has been a Senior Fellow since
leaving the White House in 1979.
"They (the Saudis) can be
helpful or they can be harmful in
that process. But they will not be
the heirs of the late Egyptian
President (Anwar) Sadat."
Quandt noted that the Saudis
will sit on the "sidelines" while
Syria, Jordan and the Pales-
tinians negotiate with Israel and
if such talks were concluded
successfully the Saudis would be
"next in line."
Administration Foresees
Drop in Emigration
WASHINGTON -
(JTA) The Reagan Ad-
ministration warned that if
the present downward
trend of immigration of
Jews from the Soviet Union
continues, the rate this
year will be the lowest
"since the Soviet Union be-
gan to permit significant
Jewish emigration in the
early 1970s." The Adminis-
tration also charged that
along with this cut in
emigration. "Soviet
authorities began a major
crackdown on Jewish acti-
vists."
The charges were contained in
the President's Eleventh Semi
Annual Report to the Com
mission on Security and I
:. in Kurope or. the Im-
plementation of the Helsil
Final \d The report, whj
lie peri N
i
Mate \iexar.
Ha:, i he
:ial
hea.: isceU
i) Fla.i
lews haw left in
the fir-t nine months of 1981. as
.pared to 17.734 during the
DC period in 1980 and 38.67-
the first nine months of 1979.''
the report said Many Soviet
Jews attribute this decline to the
deterioration of East-West rela-
tions in the past several years
and to Soviet reluctance to lose
skilled manpower '
THE REPORT said that po-
tential emigrants. "Jewish appli-
cants, especially,'' have ex-
perienced difficulty in receiving
the required letter of invitation
from abroad needed to emigrate.
The report noted that, in ad-
dition. Jewish sources estimate
that more than 200,000 Soviet
Jews already have the necessary
letter from Israel. Some Jews
have been waiting as long as
eight years to emigrate.
The Presidential report noted
that Max Kampehnan, the chair-
man of the American delegation
to the conJarenee reviewing the
Helsinki accord, has brought up
all these violations during the
spring session and when the con-
ference reconvened in October in
Madrid. In November, Kampel-
man raised the question of Raoul
Wallenberg, the Swedish dip-
lomat who helped save 100.000
Hungarian Jews from the Nazis
in World War 11 and who is
believed to be in a Soviet prison
since the end of the war. He was
recently granted American
citizenship. The Presidential re-
port also noted a reduction in the
rate of emigration from Rumania.
It said that during the first nine
months of 1981. 677 Rumanian
Jews left for Israel, as compared
to 778 during the same period in
1980. Several hundred applicants
have waited three months or
more to emigrate, the report said,
and some cases are several veers
old.
The Rumanian author;: k-s
maintain Jewish emigration
*.
ish populat n>n in Rumania, whi
tially ma
up ol re
hictai port
let that
ral hundred thousand
have left Rumania since World
War II. ana i ah perhaps a- : i
as 35.000 remain
IN A SECTION on Poland, the
report noted that the small Jew
ish minority there maintains it^
traditioi and that the
"government has permitted
emigration to Israel The Warsaw
synagogue has been renovated,
and restoration of many unkpet
Jewish cemeteries has been
promised."
But the report added that there
is "one disturbing note" which
"is the continuation of some pre-
viously reported anti-Semitism
The ultra-nationalistic Grunwald
Patriotic Union, through its
weekly publication, Reality, has I
led an isolated but sharp attack,
blaming Polish Jews for every '
thing of a tragic character which
has occured in Poland since 1945.
The national Polish press on
June 2 published a protest by the
Social-Cultural Society of Jews in
Poland against these anti-Semitic
QUANDT'S remarks were
made in connection with the pub-
lication by the Brookings Insti-
tution of his 190-page study of
U.S. relations with Seudi Arabia,
"Saudi Arahis in the 1980s:
Foreign Policy. Security end
Oil."
While noting the importance of
Saudi Arabia to the US Quandt
sties sod at the press conference
that the desert kingdom cannot
replace Iran as the "major pillar"
of U.S. security policy in the
Persian Gulf. Americans should
not "expect the Seudis to emerge
as a regional super-power," he
stated "They ore not cut out for
the job They don't aspire to it
They don't have the resources to
draw on except for their oil or
money."
Quandt said that the Seudis
are not a regional leader and do
not want to be one. He said the
Saudis now have the capability to
defend their oil fields but cannot
defend the rest of the region from
a threat from the Soviet Union.
The Seudis will not allow the
United States to have bases in
Saudi Arabia, Quandt said. But
be maintained they welcome the
U.S. presence in the Persian Gulf
itself and in Oman, Somalia and
Kenya.
QUANDT CHARGED that
the U.S. has lost "credibility" in
Saudi Arabia because of the lack
of a coherent policy to meet such
situations as the tail of the Shah
in Iron, the Soviet invasion of
Afghanistan, the Soviet penetra-
tion of the Horn of Africa and the
lack of progress in the Arab-Is-
rael pea** process. He added that
this problem existed before the
Reagan Administration.
"If we could do something
about the Arab-Israeli conflict
other than go through the mo-
tions in this rather laid-back
California style of Camp David
negotiations." Quandt said, "if
we could really get some momen-
tum behind our rhetoric then I
think there would he a sense that
the United Statae is behaving
like a super-power." He said until
this happens or the U.S. does
something about the other prob-
lems in the Mideast, "a lot of our
friends ore going to wonder
whether we have more in mind
than setting arms."
On the eight-point plan pro-
posed by Crown Prince Fahd of
Saudi Arabia, Quandt said Fahd
offered it during Sadat's visit to
Washington loot August when
the late Egyptian leader made it
appear that the Saudis would join
the Camp David process. He i
fart by the Bead* 1,7'?" w
baa* cobucV8!*"*
fcliSs- Lib?. *
Organization by
PLO's approval u
poaals considered as nm,m
of United Natii"tt5
Council ResoluUon 242 Eat
did not happen

ButUu,
The Fahd plan became .m.
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of the debate over the mu2
AW ACS planes to S.J fij
Reagan arid the pUn mZ\
STL* S?udLre30P>iU>n oft
reel for the first tune oJll
noted. He mid. in .dditffS
West Europeans were also nmh.
ing the Fahd plan foU~
Sadat s assassmat mn
On the AW ACS itself, Quo*
aid he would not have offend
them to the Saudis at this tea
Hia study warns that the Seuda
will always seek more tod am
technically advanced **
that such "relatively junpk7|
equipment as anti-tank weapon,
and anti-aircraft missiles would
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Terrorists' Trial Opens
BRUSSELS (JTA) The trial of two Palestinian
terrorists charged with killing a 15-year-old Jewish boy
and wounding 12 other youngsters and adults in front of a
Jewish youth center in Antwerp July 29, 1960, opened in
that city's Criminal Court.
ONE OF the terrorists, Said Al-Nasser, 26, is
charged with murder after he admitted to police that he
threw two hand grenades at the crowd of Jewish young-
sters who were waiting to take a bus to a summer camp.
The other terrorist, Mohammed Hassan, 27, is
charged with complicity. The two terrorists face life
sentences if convicted, which in Belgium means they may
be released after 20 years. -im
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Friday, December 25.1981 / The Jewish Floridian Page 3-A
Text of Begin's Statement
irtl'SALEM -
^following u. the teat of Pre-
2* Menachem Begins
^ r>t to US. Ambassador
STlU" which wMr-d out
X the Cabinet meeting by
$.r*t secretary AryeNaor:
Three times during the past six
g.onths the U& government has
punished Israel.
On June 7 we destroyed the
IBM nuclear reactor Osirak near
nJhdBd I don't want to men-
S to vou today from whom we
reived the final information
that thus reactor toing
-oduce an atomic bomb. W e had
Jo doubt about that. Therefore
5UT action was an act of sal-
vtuon. an art of national aelf-de-
iHue in the most lofty sense of
theconcept We saved the lives of
hundreds of thousands of ci-
vuans. including tens of thou-
andsof children.
Nonetheless you announced
tht vou waw punishing us
oci vou revoked a signed and
Mled contract that included
jpenfu- dates tor the supply of
mri planer
Not long after, in a defensive
W-after ,i -laughter was com-
mtted against OUI people leaving
three dead including an Ausch-
tiu survivor! and 29 were in-
m bombed the PLO
kadquarTer- in Heirut
I g Ha- No Moral Right
You have no moral right to
preach to u*- about civilian
asualtii". W e have read the his-
tory of World War Two and we
bk> what happened to civilians
then you took action against an
memy W have also read the
story of the Vietnam war and
your phrase 'h 1)5 make efforts to avoid hit-
ting civilian populations, but
sometimes it unavoidableas
ns the case in our bombing of
the PLO headquarters.
Nonetheless you punished us:
you suspended delivery of F-15
pknes A week ago. at the in-
stance of the government, the
Knesset passed on all three read
ngs by an overwhelming
najonty of two-thirds the Golan
Heights law Now you are once
gain boasting that you are
punishing I srael
^hat kind of expression is
Uus-punishing Israel? Are we a
wssil-state ol yours? Are we a
hnana republic'' Are we youths
hxeproperly, are slapped across
t fingers''
Let me tell you who this
If^ernment is composed of. It is
imposed of people whose lives
!*re spent in resistance, in fight-
jj* and in suffering You will not
p&hten us with punishments. He
othreatens us will find us deaf
this threat We are only pro-
wl to listen to rational argu-
nts You have no right to pun-
Israel-and I protest at the
'use of this term,
^ou have announced that you
suspending consultations on
u implementation of the
*rindum of understading on
<*pc cooperation, and that
return to these con-
ations in the future will de-
on progress achieved in the
onomy udk9 and on the situa
"Lebanon.
You want to make Israel a
of the memorandum of
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understanding. I regard your
announcement suspending the
consultations on the memoran-
dum as the abrogation (by youl
of the memorandum. No sword of
Damocles is going to hang over
our head. So we duly take note of
the fact that you have abrogated
the memorandum of understand-
ing
The people of Israel has lived
3.700 years without a memoran-
dum of understanding with
America and it will continue to
live without one for another 3,700
years. In our eyes it (the U.S.
suspension) is an abrogation of
the memorandum. We will not
agree that you should demand of
us to allow the Arabs of East
Jerusalem to take part in the
autonomy elections and
threaten us that if we don't con-
sent you will suspend the
memorandum
You have imposed upon us
financial punishments and have
(thereby) violated the word of the
President When Secretary (of
State Alexander! Haig was here
he read from a written document
the words of President Reagan
that you would purchase for *J'H>
million Israeli arms and other
equipment This if therefore a
violation of the President's word.
Is it customary? [a ii proper?
You cancelled an additional $100
million W hat did you want to
do to hit us in our pocket?
In 1948 there lived in this
house an English (ieneral by the
name of Parker Today I live
here When we fought him you
called us terrorists and we
earned on fighting After we
attacked his headquarters in the
requisitioned building of the
Kind David Motel. Parker said:
This race will only be influenced
by being hit in the pocket and
he ordered his Pntish soldiers to
stop patronizing Jewish cafes
Ugly Campaign Of
Anti-Srmitism
To hit us in the pocket this is
the philosophy of Parker Now I
understand why the whole great
effort in the Senate to obtain a
majority for the arms deal with
Saudi Arabia was accompanied
by an ugly campaign of anti-
Semitism.
First the slogan was sounded
Pegin or Reagan'-and that was
nice because it meant that who-
ever opposes the deal is sup
porting a foreign Prime Minister
and is not loyal to the President
of the United Slates And thus
Senators like (Henry) Jackson
(D. Wash.). (Edward) Kennedy
(D. Mass.). (Bob) Packwood (R.
Ore.) and of course (Rudy)
Boschwiu (R. Minn.) are not
loyal citizens ...
Then the slogan was sounded:
We should not let the Jews
determine the foreign policy of
the United States. What was the
meaning of this slogan? The
Greek minority in the U.S. deter-
mined the Senate decision to
withhold weapons from Turkey
after it invaded Cyprus.
No one will frighten the great
and free Jewish community of the
US. No one will succeed in cow-
ing them with anti-Semitic pro-
paganda. They will stand by our
side. This is the land of their fore-
fathersand they have a right
and a duty to support it.
Israel Will Not
'Go To The Stake'
Some say we must rescind the
law passed by the Knesset. To re-
scind is a concept from the days
of the inquisition. Our forefathers
went to the stake rather than re-
scind their faith.
We do not need to go to the
stake: we. thank God. have
, strength enough to defend our
sovereignty and to defend our
rights If it waa up to me (alone) i
would say we should not rescind
the law. But as far as I can judge,
there ia in fact no one on earth
who can persuade the Kneaeetto
rescind the law which it passed
by a two-thirds majority.
Mr. Weinberger (Defense
Secretary Caspar Weinber)-and
later Mr. Haig-said that the law
contravenes (adversely affects)
Resolution 242. Whoever says
that has either not read the
resolution, or has forgotten it or
has not understood it.
The essence of the resolution is
negotiation to determine agreed
and recognized borders. Syria has
announced that it will not con-
duct negotiations with us. that it
does not and will not recognize
us and thus removed from
Resolution 242 its essence. How,
therefore, could we contravene
242 As regards the future, please
be kind enough to inform the
Secretary of State that the Golan
Heights law will remain valid.
There is no force on earth that
can brmg about its rescision.
As for the contention that we
-urprised you. the truth is that
we did not want to embarrass
y "ii We knew your difficulties ...
it was indeed President Reagan
who said that Mr. Pegin was
right that had Israel told the
l S about the law (in advance)
the U S. would have said no. We
did not want you to say noand
then for us to go ahead and apply
Israeli law to the Golan Heights.
\m regards Lebanon, I have
aaked that the Secretary of State
!* informed that we will not
initiate a war. but if we are at-
tacked by the terrorists or the
Syrians we will launch a counter-
attack
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S^^SSSNSJSN**W*9*W*S Necessity of Annexation
Never mine the United NatH-r.* As a -
mp of the Third World, and Araby in particular, it
-othirii: do but sit around thinkir..
-in israei But the United Sta
That is aoout a* hypocritical an act as has come from
hfl Reagan Administration since
the n I be Osirak reactor m Baghdad
W e are talking about Israel's annexation o:
in Heu; M wook
Wrv.., i. oonmaniat goon squads in Poland, fired
by the furnaces of the Kremlin, moved in to cru
Solidarity last week, the United States promised to
n the rest of those one-issue folks at the United
Na: a condemnation of Israei for the Golan
annexation Mr Reagan is pretty tough with his
words on Moscow, but when it comes to action,
suddenly he grows craven
\ X so in the case of Israel. And so we ask the
President. what else was Israel supposed to do"
There was Syria's President Assad, only the week-
end before. \ owing that Syria would never talk peace
with Israel, no matter what, not in a hundred years
There was the Reagan Administration, with an eye
on next April, when Israel leaves the last bit of the
Sinai Peninsula, already talking tough about getting
tough on Israel about autonomy before then
There was the European Economic Community,
after the Claude Cheysson statement in Jerusalem
about the EEC s decision to hold fire on its Venice
Declaration of 1980 and on giving up on the so-called
Eahd peace plan alternative to Camp David, sudden-
ly taking the whole thing back
There was the whole Western world preparing to
gang up on Israel for more concessions, more conces-
sions, ever more concessions otherwise the Israelis
and their hapless Prime Minister are endlessly "in-
transigent" and 90 what were the Israelis sup-
posed to do?
One-Way Schizophrenia
Our sweet things at the State Department had
the proper words for it. The Golan Heights
disposition must be subject to ultimate negotiation
a buzz word for Israeli concession. But Israel has
forever been saying it would never give up the Golan.
Doesn't anybody listen? And even if Israel wanted to
return the Golan, to whom would it return that tiny
peace of geography0 You can't talk turkey with
Syrians who call you an "entity,'' who don't even
recognize your existence
We are not about to go into the critical strategic
significance of the Golan. Or about how Syria used to
use it to spy on Israel and then lob shells onto Israeli
settlements across the border. We have done that
often enough before.
The issue, it seems to us. is this one-way schizo-
phrenia The symptoms are simple. Israel must act
responsibly and according to the law Nobody else
has to Just look at that silly collection of entities at
the United Nations Starting with the Kremlin.
You'll never hear any of them tell Syria that, if
they want their territory back, they must sit down
and talk to the Israelis about it. You'll never hear it
in Washington, either.
State Dep't One-Noters
Speaking of the Golan Heights annexation, no-
body says a word about the failure of the mission of
special presidential emissary Philip Habib. who
came home with his tail between his legs the other
week, mumbling little nothings that referred to the
ceasefire in Lebanon and how it was still holding.
What Habib never managed to do was to get
Syria to move those mint flea out of place that it
brought into Lebanon last summer and about which
the Israelis have issued warning after warning that
their patience with the shuttle diplomacy gig moot
ultimateiv wear thin.
Besides which, the ceasefire staDhoidmg? The
massive buildup of Soviet arms in lehowon under the
control of the Palestine Liberation Organization
nmtinww rate wholly a bufldfi in nboulnti vio-
lation of the
Bearing this httle tidbit in mmri. we must look
with bitter .....int ot the State Department s
statement after the annexation bombaheil that the
Golan s disposition a a matter of ultimate i
tie-Hrm For whom does that citadel of i
authority speak anyway* Who ever elected any of
them to anything?
Rabbi Mark Tanenbum
Human Rights and Chanukah
Eight lights for human rights. No
more appropriate theme could be found
for Chanukah 19S". which began last
Sunday night with the lighting of the
first candle.
Chanukah commemorates the
victory of Judah the Maccabee over the
massi\e invading armies of the Syrian
Empire, and then the rededication of the
Holy Temple in Jerusalem which the
Syrians had defiled The story of
Chanukah is a superlative Bible narra-
tive, but its meaning today is profound
and universal.
In effect, the Maccabean victory-
was the first triumph in the struggle for
human rights. particularly for freedom of
conscience and pluralism in the history
of mankind. Had the Syrians defeated
the Maccabees in the epic struggle for
the right of even.- group to be itself, in
ita own terms. Judaism might have
perished. and quite conceivably.
Christianity and Islam would never have
emerged. That's how fateful Chanukah
was for the whole human family
Chanukah. 1981 hopefully will
heighten the consciousness of the Jewish
people and that of many others, to re-
kindle the Maccabean spirit in today's
troubled world, to refuse to stand by
idly, to capitulate to modern dav tvrants
the fanatic Ayatollah Khomeinis and
Muammar Quaddafis of the world -
who desecrate the dignity of human
beings created in the sacred image of
God by denying religious and political
freedom and by their unconscionable
executions and terrorist acts.
Instead of cursing the darkness,
Chanukah is a time to light a candle for
life and hope.
Leo Mindlin
Reagan Shoots Himself in the Foot
ALL THE uttie strumpets erf
tradftnu are racing to set down
their anii-Israel sentiments in the
mendacious monopolistic media
alongside those of the quack pet
rocarteiisis posing as your
nalets as the> stroke the hands
that teed them
And so Israei s annexation of
the Golan Heights is braaen
Or els*, it has set peace back
What peace* Why, the peace ac
cording t the U S Slate Depart-
ment out of Moscow, or
Damascus, or Rivadh. or Cairo
It s all of a piece get Israel
ONE OTHER thing about
these anti Israel sentiments is
that they are cowardly It is not
just ike academics, the journal
ts and t he media moguls pulling
their wrings who are cowardly
leading the whoie pack of them
President Reagan Himself
The man ith the Palm Spratgs
MWaw? who sees the nation
populated by Walter Annenbergs
awd Bob Hopes for laughs
If taas aramd* like Muammar
Kkadafy so be it Facts are
yam find them What else
.- do you call principle
to a whimper before the
practice of power* What else do
you cat seibng wheat to the
Sovas Union no matter what
> to Lech Walesa*
time that, after brandishirg the
can irv>n fist oxer the
late-: Soviet cant you slink
awav like a cur. whisperinu sweet
nothings that, after all. the So\
et I'mon has a sphere of mflu
ence in Eastern Europe Be-
sides, our fanners and cattlemen
need the business
OR VOTING with the craven
Savin aj Council to condemn
Israel at the >o-cailed I'nited Na
tiaM that would like nothing
- | han to see Israel erased
trom the face ot the earth the
same Security Council and
I'nited Nations that wouldn't be
moved to g< on record with an
equivalent statement of condem-
nation when the Russians mar
ched into \tgharusian
N sunk away. Mr President
but be sure to slug tiny Israel on
\our strategic advance to the
rear Be sure to pull out all
.r. aanctx
agoniring reapprai>
relationship Even tear uj
wa little more than a COS
memo d mditarv under*,
with Israel in the e\
So* hH power play m I
- an understanding -
only Nov 30. kws than a month
ago
In the end. whom d
tKn. hurt' Granted. the
Urael But thev also hurt the
- I > whom else would an '
able to reiv in that en:.->
tor technical and military M' J
And for KieologK-al MB
Certainlv not the medieval Swu-
bom Reagan adon
cause he sees m therr. aa *
refusal to recognize that tne
world todav is aomethin*: otner
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Exaggerates Its
International Success
B, MAURICE SAMUELSON
Friday. December 25, 1981 / The Jewish Floridian Page 5-A
U.S. Votes Against Israel
with the 14
the Security
IjONDOS-UTA) A study of
.J international status won
*ntlv by the Palestine
Uberation Organisation con-
zT that the PLOs claims of
^ are exaggerated and that
thf substance of its relations
nth individual statea is far more
complicate than the PLO in
JKt"
The studv by the Institute of
nth Affairs. ilJAI. research
ot the World Jewish
s that the
jrm
IMS,
campaign for worldwide
-iplomatic recognition has had
ime success in spite of its
;tKhanjjed national covenant and
III continued militant state-
-entsot it- leader--
However, the PLO'l successes
- the Soviet Union dreece and
Japan an' far less substantial
nen analyzed in the context of
- foreign policies, the
laya
Commenting 00 the Soviet
luon's recent announcement
IMl it was giving the PLO'l
full diplomatic1
Vanessa
Outraging
Everybody Again
CoeUaoed from Page 1 A
il is a frequent theme of Sovi-
et anti-Jewish pnipagandista and
ntreme left wing groups.
The "Occupied Palestine'- film.
according to Kinger. 'is a slick.
jo-caile: d(. and misrepresents
condition* in the Jewish state
.oday
Although Redgrave does not
appear in the film, nor does it
*ar her name, he pointed out. it
- leintf advertised as "Presented
b)f Vanessa Redgrave Pro-
auctions and in addition to
Kuwait sne has traveled to
Syria, Jordan. Abu Dhabi and
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status, the institute writes:
Direct negotiations with
Brezhnev for a man like PLO
Chief Yasir Arafat, who does not
represent a state and who was
therefore received only by the
unofficial Soviet committee of
solidarity with Asian and African
countries. certainly represents
an upgrading Turning an office
into a diplomatic mission is an
impressive change, but in terms
of substance this move has meant
little it has involved no change
m Ben iet <>r I'l.o policy
The study also noted that it is
in the USSR'a interest to make
the PLO too independent since it
sees the PLO as means ot in
fluencing Arab -tatt- and their
leaders The PIX) also walks such
a tightrope that it can i
offend the Soviet I nion. The
Soviet intervention in
Afghanistan, for example,
created great difficulties for the
I'l.O with its strong Moslem
leanings Fatah, the largest of the
I'l.o s constituent groups, is
predominantly Moslem
The U.8 joined
other members of .
Council in adopting a resolution
demanding that Israel should
rescind forthwith its decision'' to
apply Israeli law to the Golan
Heights, seized from Syria in the
1967 Six-Day War The resolu-
tion, drafted by Syria, declared
the annexation "null and void
and without legal effect." It also
called on the Security Council to
consider appropriate measures"
should Israel fail to comply with
the terms of the resolution.
In a separate action, the UN
General Assembly voted 121-2
with 28 abstentions to adopt a
resolution condemning the an-
nexation of the Golan Heights
and calling for sanctions against
Israel ["he l s joined Israel in
voting against that resolution.
Israeli political analysts agreed
that while Israel had expected
the I S to support the Security
Council's resolution, and was
prepared for harsh words from
W aahington, suspension of the
strategic cooperation agreement
came as a stunning surprise. Is-
raeli policy makers had been con-
vinced that the American re-
action to the annexation of the
Golan Heights would be confined
'to verbal pyrotechnics and would
not include practical punitive
measures.
One immediate consequence of
the breach with Washington was
demands within Begins Herut
party that the government
renege on its commitment to
complete Israel's evacuation of
Sinai next April or at least
threaten to do so. They contend-
ed that would be a fitting
response to American punitive
measures. According to the
Labor daily Davar, that view is
shared by some Cabinet
ministers.
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I*he Jewish Floridian Friday, December 26,1981
Chanukah
Combatting
Anti-Zionism
By SIMON GRIVER
DEADLY DISEASES have a habit of revisit
ing mankind in increasingly virulent strains. His
torically, Jews were persecuted for their religion
while in modem times they have been slaughterec
for being a race. And today we are witnessing the
emergence of anti-Zionism, which only a genera-
tion after six million Jews died in the Holocaust,
negates the very existence of a Jewish people and
denies their right to self determination in the
State of Israel.
The World Zionist Organization, in its capacity
as leader of world Zionism, has now established a
task force to spearhead the fight against anti-
Zionism. Chairman of the Department of Infor-
mation. Eli Eyal. told a recent gathering of the
General Zionist Council in Jerusalem that UN
resolution 3379. equating Zionism with Racism,
was a libel as weighty as the Damascus blood libel
and the Dreyfus Affair. "This libel." he asserted,
"wreaks of the final solution."
BUT anti-Zionism is a plague that is cunningly
resistant to many of the medicines traditionally
used to cure anti-Semitism. As Eyal warns.
"Identification of anti-Semitism with anti-
Zionism is possible and even appropriate but at
other times it is harmful."
The main thrust of anti-Zionism unquestiona-
bly comes from the unholy alliance between the
Soviet Union and the Arab world, linked to neo-
Nazi groups in the West. But while anti-Semitism
has always focused on groundless lies. anti-
Zionism is built around distortions and half
truths of Zionism as a legitimate liberation move
ment Anti-Zionism uses classical anti-Semitism,
while at the same time generating a new anti
Semitism The game is the same but the rules art-
different.
Well-intentioned and intelligent people can be
easily tricked if they hear only one side of the
story. As Father James McWhirter. a Free
Church Minister now living in Jerusalem told Is-
rael Scene Magazine. "I was an anti-Zionist."
"1 HAD visited the West Bank as a journalist
when the territory was in Jordanian hands. I was
taken round the refugee camps and was outraged
by what I saw. I saw only human tragedy, not the
politics that caused these wretched people to be
used as a whipping post against Israel. And I said
'Damn these Jews for causing such problems'."
Such sentiments reflect how anti-Zionism in the
West can either be combatted through persuasion
or lead to anti-Semitism.
The main aim ot the WZO will be to increase
awareness of the nature of the problem and to
give Jews and non-Jews alike an understanding of
whom the battle is against. Too few Jews, let
alone non-Jews possess the knowledge to counter
fatuous anti-Zionist arguments, which are often
put forward by Jews themselves. Many young
Jews on university campuses feel a valid point
has been made when Arabs tell them that they
cannot be anti-Semitic because they too are
Semitic. They are not aware enough to counter
that the logic of this is that Hitler would not harm
Europeans because he too was European.
In the face of slick and well-paid Palestinian
propaganda. Zionists cannot and snouia noi
morally try to avoid difficult issues like the Arab
refugee problem. This does not mean that the
Israeli cause is one for apologists Chaim Weiz
mann's theory that the establishment of Israel
followed the line of the least injustice should be
expounded.
BIT MOST important, the cynical role that
the Arab states have played in aggravating the
Palestinian problem should be exposed As the
French philosopher. Bernard Henn-Levi. stated
on a recent visit to Israel. "The Arab bourgeoisie,
which prevented the establishment of an indepen
dent Palestinian state in 1948, used the Pales
tinians as cannon fodder."
Just as the Jews were scapegoats for the prob-
lemsof their host nations, so Israel is to blame for
the problems of the world. Arab governments use
the "Zionist threat" to paper over internal divi-
sions In Iran and even in Poland, where no Jews
remain, the Zionists are said to be the cause of
domestic problems. The United Nations is pre-
vented from executing its everyday work by
sounous motions condemning Zionist deeds For
example at women's rights conferences the red
herring of the suppression of Palestinian women's
rights has replaced real issues
This phenomenon is reflected in the title of an
essay by Prof. Irving Louis Horowitz entitled
"From Pariah People to Pariah Nation He also
calls arm -Zionism the nationalism of fools and a
chauvinistic movement uniting right and left.
INDEED IN some senses the situation is worse
than it seems Many governments, most notably
in Latin America, that are amongst Israel s most
ardent supporters, practice abhorrent anti
Semitism on their own population. A revolution,
as in Iran, or shifting international alliances, as
in Black Africa, can bring popular anti-Semitism
to the fore ard see Israel diplomatically stabbed
in the back Not that criticism of Israel means
anti-Semitism, but once the denial of its right to
exist is promoted, then the logical conclusion can
only be another holocaust.
The situation that the WZO task force hop,-, to
counter is a dire one. The western media is riddled
with support for the Palestinian state of tin i'i.n
which would deprive Jews of the right to self
determination and lead to a conflict far bloodier
than l upheld as the desired secular democratic blue-
print for his state. On university campuses Is
rael s supportTs are intimidated and sometimes
banned as racists and fascists."
THE WZO task force will coordinate with la
reel's Foreign Ministry and major Jewish bodies
i hrouirhout the world to fiatht on an ongoin^-
a struggle which is global in scope and fateful in
importance. Reactions from Israels political
leaders has been enthusiastic Prime Minister
Menachem Begin has expressed aprproval. while
1-alxir leader Shimon Peres in praising this nvv.
effort pointed out that "only through initiative
resolve and publicity can we convince world pub-
lic opinion of the justice of our cause
To Ih- sure anti-Zionism embodies the del;- -t
dangers It paves the way for a ne anti
Semitism, painting anti Semitic stereo t>;
all fields of society It undermines the legitimacy
of Israel itself and by suggesting that its moral
foundation is rotten questions the Bead '
existence And most important, it is a tool ol the
Soviet In Kin and its Third World allies in their
struggle against the Western Democracies In
this sense anti Zionism fulfills the same
anti Semitism in Germany during the 1980 I
Taking up this sinister challenge is of \ ual im-
portance for Jewish people everywhere but it also
has fundamental implications for all Western M>
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Israel Caught By Surprise
Israel's fierce reaction was pre-
cipitated by developments at the
United Nations, which has been
anticipated, and in Washington,
which caught the Begin govern-
ment by surprise. On Friday, the
State Department announced
suspension of the memorandum
of understanding signed
November 30 by Defense Secre-
tary Caspar Weinberger and
Sharon. Specifically, next
month's scheduled meeting of the
coordinating council set up to
implement the memorandum will
not be held.
Department spokesman Dean
Fischer announced that, in
addition, the U.S. will not hold
further discussions with Israel on
promoting U.S. purchases of de-
fense goods and services in Is-
rael, an arrangement by which
Israel would have earned some
$200 million.
'Benjamin Shatz. 11. and his sister Damella.
': age 8, at the new settlement ofTalmay Yosef
n Israel's rVf Desert. Here, 15 adults ami
30 children, relocated from the Sinai, an- en-
gaged in the modern miracle of farming in
the suiul They grow fruit, vegetables and
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>: smith Brothers, a New York office equipment and g
| stationery company.
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Yeshiva University Museum was awarded ita |
second grant from the Institute of Museum Serv- |
| res. Department of Education, for operational ft'
| costs, it was announced by Sylvia A. HerskowiU, ft
I director of the YU Museum. The funds will be |
| used, in part, to expand the educational programs g
I that have made the Museum a model educational ft
| environment. :
"Federal funds to the arts have become a |
jj rarity," reported Carol Kaufman Newman, edu- |
| cational director for the Yeshiva University Mu- ft
|*"Wi. and in light of the drastic federal cut ft,
backs, it was an unexpected pleasure to have the ft
:: IMS grant renewed." ft
"We have had tremendous success," she said, ft]
: with the production of Teachers' Kits self- j:]
| contained educational packages coordinated with :::
| our current exhibits, which can be used both g
j: within the museum and by teachers outside."
The American Jewish Committee has added its g
I "Oka to those urging Congress to oppose the ft
| appointment of William M. Bell to the post of ft
jj chairman of the Equal Employment Opportunity
>: Commission. ft'
f: IWl. who was nominated by President Reagan |
; t June, is a businessman in Detroit, where he:;:;
| has run unsuccessfully for the Michigan Senate. ft:
I th* Detroit City Council, and the chairmanship of
I 'he Republican Party's 13th Congressional Dis-ft
I ^Committee. In 1975. during the Ford ft
I Administration, he spent several months as aft
I consultant to the director of the EEOC. advisingft
I Primarily on ways to improve the agency's ft:
I Public image. ft
n a maUgram to Sen. Orrin G. Hatch. Chair
[ ?" of the Senate Labor and Human Services
| '-ommittee. Seymour Samet. director of the
I AIX s Domestic Affairs Department, charged
I 'hat Bell was "totally lacking in major executive
:| r administrative experience of any kind." and
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that there was "no evidence ol deep commit-ft!
ment on his part to the cause ol civil rights."
rhe National Havurah Coordinating Com-:;:
mittee has appointed Elaine Shiigal Cohen as ;;
chairperson "i t hi' organizal ion's Executive Com- s
mittee and Dr Carl A Sheingold as executive jft
director, it i- announced by outgoingChairperson :
Michael Strassfeld. ft
Long active in the Havurah movement, Cohen |
has served on the NHCC Executive Committee
since the organization's founding and coordinated ft
the lirst national Havurah conference at Rutgers ':
University in 1979
\n active community leader and founding ft
member of the Teaneck Havurah. Cohen teaches :ft
at the Frisch School in Paramus. N.J., and serves ft
on the editorial advisory board of I,tilth, a Jewish ft
feminist magazine. 8
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A new rain forecasting method, developed by |
Dr l Geography at Bar I Ian University, is being tried ft
by the Israel Meteorological Service at Beit ft
Dagan The automatic procedure is implemented:;:':
by computer technology. Twice in 24 hours theft;
computer, on command, provides an index in-ft
dicating whether rain can be expected within theft;
next 12 hours and. in addition, an estimate of how ft
much
The forecast is based on a statistical relation- :ft
ship which was found between rainfall and upper-ft
air observations of key meteorological parameters ft
using the technique of stepwise multiple regres-ft;
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Also suspended was
authorization of Israel to use
some U.S. foreign aid funds to
buy Israel-produced goods and
the possibility of other countries
using American funds to buy
military hardware and other
items in Israel. At the same time,
however, Fischer stressed that
"the United States continues to
be concerned with the security of
Israel and that no scheduled
arms shipments to Israel are
being delayed.
As justification for these
actions, the State Department
noted that the US had earlier
"stated that we do not recognize
Israel's action Ion the Golan
Heights) which we consider to be
without international legal ef-
fect" and 'inconsistent with both
the letter and the spirit of (UN
Security Council) Resolutions
242 and 838."
sion
mimmm
The Zionist Organization of America an-ft
nounces that registration is continuing for a pro-:*
gram of year study at the Mollie Goodman Aca-ft
demic High School in Israel.
American students will live on the 520-acreft
campus in Kfar Silver near Tel Aviv together ft
with Israeli students. Facilities include modern::::
dormitories, synagogue, medical clinic, kosher*
dining hall, classrooms, labs, a freshwater swim- ft
ming pool, and athletic fields Classes will be:;:;
taught by a staff of qualified English-speaking:;:;
teachers.
The Mollie Goodman Academic High School?
founded by the ZOA in 1967. offers 10th. 11th and g
l'th grade students the opportunity to studyx
courses in science, math. English language and ft;
'iterature. world history. American history, social 8
studies, foreign language and physical education. ft
The curriculum includes Hebrew and Judaic ft
Studies. ......... ........;;;;:;::;:;:;:;;;;;;; ft
David A Leshnick has been appointed national.;;:
director of Operation Upgrade Mid ^*f
I'n.ted Jewish Appeal. Irving Bernstein. UJA;.;.
executive vice chairman, announces ft:
Leahnkk will direct UJA programs and serv-ft
ices to strengthen the fund-raising skills of lay ::.
leadership throughout the country.
Operation Upgrade is UJA's national program::;
which utilizes a corps of active lay leaders;.:,
working in close cooperation with communities to |
Taise giving levels in local campaigns. UJA also.;,
provides assistance to communities in developing g
their own worker training programs and offers t|
range of training materials. &
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Page 8 A The Jewish FToridian / Friday, December 25,1981
In Germany
Where Social Security Succeeded
By FRANZ FEGELER
AUgemeintrs SonntogsbUxtt
1881 is generally taken as the
year in which the groundwork
was laid in Germany for the
system of comprehensive social
security. On Nov. 17 Chancellor
Bismarck read out the Reichstag
an Imperial proclamation in
which Kaiser Wilhelm announced
his intention of making insurance
provision for old age. ill-health
and industrial injury.
Social security in Germany
could, in a nutshell, be said to
have been introduced by Bis-
marck in a bid to outflank the
Socialists, banned since 1878.
It all began century ago when
the Imperial proclamation that
has gone down in German history
as the Magna Carts of social se-
curity was read out to the Reich-
stag
THE PROCLAMATION said
that working men had a legal
right to assistance in the event of
sickness, industrial injury and
disability and to a pension in old
Insurance societies were to be
set up as cooperatives on the
basis of mutual assistance and
self-administration
The view that a man unable to
work land his family) ought not
to be left to their fate goes back
millenia. to ancient Greece and
Rome, to early Judaism and
I'hnstianity. and the Middle
Agee.
But the medieval Poor Law
broke down in Germany during
the Thirty Years War It was re-
placed by mutual assistance
arrangements made by crafts and
guilds.
THEY TOO proved insuffi-
cient when from the mid- 19th
Century. the industrial
revolution changed the face of
Germany, taking millions of in-
dustrial workers into overcrowd-
ed and unhygienic cities
Business boomed in the Reach
Considering the current attack on the integrity of the U.S.
Social Security System and the fact that, as a nation, we
think we are No. 1 in ail things, we offer herewith a report
from West Germany to show just how backward we really
are, particularly in social programs from which the
Reagan Administration is retreating as a matter of broad
national policy these days. The bloody stain of the Nazi
era makes us prefer to forget just how progressive even
the Iron Chancellor Bismarck was b\ comparison.
A CENTURY OF PROGRESS TOWARrK
SOCIAL SECURITY IN GERMANY
after the Franco-Prussian War of
1870-71. but a recession that
lasted from 1873 to 1896 led to
domestic unrest.
The poor grew ever poorer, and
mutual assistance societies
ought, it was suggested, to be
transformed into a com-
prehensive system of govern-
ment-supervised social security.
Chancellor Bismarck saw plans
for a uniform accident, health
insurance and pension scheme as
a welcome opportunity of un-
dermining the growing popula-
rity of the Socialists.
THE FIRST comprehensive
health insurance scheme took
effect in December. 1884. Insured
persons were entitled to free
medical treatment and up to 13
weeks sickness benefit
The scheme was run by any
number of local, works and other
insurance societies The medical
profession was not enamored of
k.
Doctors earned only between
80 pfennigs | (36 IS cents. 1981
rate) and a mark (44 U.S. cents)
per consultation and treatment,
whereas private patients paid
much higher and more lucrative
fees
Progressive industrialization
soon showed up the weaknesses
of the scheme. Only about one
person in five was insured: the
breadwinner but not his family
Besides, there were well over
22.000 different approved
societies administering the health
insurance scheme
DURING THE First World
War and the recession that
followed it. most of these
societies went bankrupt,
whereupon the entire health in-
surance system was reorganized
and standarized.
Salary-earners (white-collar, as
opposed to blue-collar, workersi
had a separate insurance scheme
of their own from 1911. They laid
claim to a status midway be-
tween that of the workers and the
management.
Low-income salary-earners
were compulsorily insured, but
higher income brackets were
allowed to choose between volun-
tary insurance and opting out
In 1934. unemployment insur-
ance was introduced as a separate
scheme.
After the Second World War.
the entire social security system
had to be rebuilt Welfare state
provisions were embodied in
Basic Law. the 1949 Bonn consti-
tution.
INDIVIDUALS and groups
not previously insured were
gradually included in the scope of
the system, while provisions were
steadily improved.
Two crucial improvements in
the post-war period have been
regular increases in pensions and
allowances to keep pace with the
rising cost of living, introduced in
1967. and automatic sickness
benefit for wage-earners, finalized
in its present form in 1970.
General Assembly Lists
Six Mideast Resolutions
By YITZH AK RABI
I'NITED NATIONS -
iJTAi The General
Assembly adopted by over-
whelming margins six draft
resolutions calling in
various terms for the reaf-
firmation of Palestinian
Arab rights, including the
establishment of a
Palestinian state. The
votes last week concluded
the 11-day debate on the
Palestine Question."
The resolutions were in lint
with recommendations to the
General Assembly s 1&3 member-
state*, proposed by its committal
on Pa lean man rights The com
mittee s i ei ii iiwmial Win s em
phasrd that the Palestme ques-
tion was at the core of the Middle
East conflict and that its solution
must encompass the aatari-
k**Ti** of aa independent
Paleeciruan state
THE COMMITTEE also de-
clared that participation by the
Pmk*trae Liberation Orgamza-
was a must' in any dab
one. under United Nation;
.on the!
attention of the UN Security
Council that action on the recom-
mendations proposed by the
committee on Palestinian rights
was long overdue" and autho-
rized the committee to continuue
as
Only the United Stataa and Is-
rael voted against all six reao-
- 121^.
called to the
The first
The second resolution 119
in favor: US. Canada and Israel
opposed: 22 abstentions called
for an expanded work program
for a special unit on Palestinian
rights.
The third resolution 122 m
favor: IS Israel. Canada and
Norway opposed: 20 abstentions
called for the convening of an
atternational conference on
the Question of Palestine not
later than 19M. with the cota-
nuttee on Palestinian rights
serving as the preparatory body
The fourth rasohition 111-
13. 20 abet ant tons reaffirmed
the rights of the Palestinians to
return to their homes and
property and also to establish an
independent sovereign state
The fifth rasohition 139-2.
four abstentions deckuad that
everything Israel had done to
ahar the status of Jerusalem was
null and void
The sixth resohjtioB 86-21
David
to I
treaties 1
flagrant v*>
ktuasof f
Kreisky Rift With
Arafat Mended Quickly
VIENNA (JTAI The
brief rift between Chancellor
Bruno Kreisky and Palestine
Liberation Organization Chief
Yasir Arafat was healed when
Kreisky met unexpectedly with
Arafat in Abu Dhabi last week,
and the two men shook hands in
front of television cameras.
Kreisky was on a visit to Abu
Dhabi. Kuwait and Qator for
what he said were mainly eco-
nomic matters He has since re-
turned from the Persian Gulf
States.
Strains developed between the
Chancellor and the PLO after the
PLO representative in Vienna.
Ghazi Hussain. was ousted for
arms smuggling Kreisky was
also angered by Arafat's public
jubilation over the assassination
of President Anwar Sadat in
October
BUT HE TOLD reporters after
meeting with Arafat that he had
no objections to the PLO
sending a new representative to
Vienna, though he added. They
have to send somebody who is
above any suspicion
Kreisky also absolved the PLO
of responsibility for the murder
of Vienna City Councilman Heuu
Nittel. a friend of Israel, last May
1. He said the gun that killed
Nittel was the same used to kill
the PLO representative in
Brussels. Nairn Khader The
Chancellor said the group
responsible for the murders was
Al Asifa. headed by Abu Nidal.
which has threatened hi* own life
and that of Arafat as well
Kreisky once more admonished
Arafat for his remark* on the
assassination of Sadat You
don't talk about an assassination
like that. he said But. he added.
Arafat had been under >< me sort
of political compulsion to react
the way he did Kreisky and Ara-
fat conferred for 90 minute* and
both called their talk construc-
tive." Austrian newspapers re-
ported
My Son,
Jewish mothers und father.) have traditionally boosted, and justii'i-
abk ao, akajt their children's pnt'essional achievements But in how mam
5?j X*j!*vncU an a )*h P3" rr^JU proclaim. "Meet mv son. THE
Certainly Scotland must stand in the forefn>nt. In recent
vears ^otland produced three Jewish Knight*, two Jewish Mem-
bers d Parliament, a Lord tma\or>. and the only lewish
pipe-hand in the entire world:
Ol tlands most tamou* produvr u scotch whiskv
And America iMe notch is )&fi *fc onrfuih select the fin-
est scorches and Nend them lot srnoothness and subtlety The
reailt is whv e mm that 16tB whispers.
Incidentally W until |OyrbtCamH
mght orwur daughter a Cferne in order to en,oN l6sB Am
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Friday, December 25, 1981 / The Jewish Floridian Pge9-A
'Equal Time' to Religious Groups
L*fc*BPBBel"A. ,
1 jttl Christian student
%Tjud Cornerstone, one of
jSorecogmzed.ti.dant
City campus 1 ne rule
dCornerstone from ueeof a
S campus for ita weakly
rfiv night meetings.
I Supreme Court baaed ita
h, on the student* conaU-
p rights of free speech *
ration, rather than on
. nght to freely exercise their
no Emphasizing that "the
[(or our decision is narrow,
-tat* Justice Lewis Powell,
rating the majority opinion.
I thr ruling applied only to
iry religious practices at
supported universities.
indicating no change in the
iblished Supreme Court
aw that the Constitution's
t officially sponsored prayer in
tpublic schools.
IJV university had contended
facilitating student religious
-na. m providing (acuities
Cornerstone, would amount to
Leach in the Constitutionally-
^i^ separation of church
Jaate
[a'CKERMAN. in explaining
Significance of the ruling for
told the Jewish Tele-
_ Agency that "unfortu-
ijr. many courts and public
jiis have in the past taken
lposition that the tradition of
Won of church and state,
died in the First Amend
, required that government
I not make available to reli-
j adherents those benefits
ay availabi.- to secular groups.
ah on the contention that it
'd thus he facilitating reli-
i activity In the absence of
entanglement between
nment and religion." he
arbitrary exclusions on
grounds will hopefully no
sr be sustained by the
Derahowitx, commenting on
the ruling, told the JTA that
"now that the Supreme Court has
ruled that such types of religious
activities are permissible on
campuses of public universities,
it is imperative that the Jewiah
community formulate new pro-
grama and reinforce existing ones
designed to strengthen the
resistance of Jewiah college stu-
dents to the approaches to them
of missionaries, whose efforts at
conversion are sure to be
strengthened by the ruling."
Dershowiu added that while
"we are naturally disappointed
by the ruling one of our key con-
cerns is that the ruling not be
misinterpreted to imply that reli-
gious practices are generally per
missible in all types of schools."
HE SAID, "we expect many
individuals will start appearing
before public school boards.
citing the Supreme Court ruling
as one supporting prayers in the
public schools, despite the fact
that, by its terms, the ruling does
not extend to public schools, for
which the Supreme Court has re-
peatedly ruled that any and all
forms of prayer during school
hours are unconstitutional."
The COLPA brief was pre-
pared by Nathan Lewin. a
COLPA vice president, and
joined in by Agudath Israel of
America, the Rabbinical Council
of America, the National Council
of Young Israel, and the Union of
Orthodox Jewish Congregations
of America. Joining in the brief
waa Daniel Chazin. a COLPA
volunteer attorney.
Lewin argued in the brief that
the establishment clause of the
First Amendment prevents
government from 'preferring
religion over non religion' and
from "placing its power and pres
tige behind one religious faith in
preference over another
THE BRIEF said upholding
the university's ban would
amount to reducing the legal
status and entitlement" of reli-
gion "below that of any and all
other forms of communication."
The brief also referred to prior
Supreme Court decisions grant-
ing special protection to religious
activity in such areas as pro-
tection of the religious rights of
workers, adding that the uni-
versity ban relegated religion to
an "ignominioualy low status."
Justice Powell said "religious
worship and discussion are forms
of speech and association protec-
ted by the First Amendment."
State Dep't. Says Soviet
Jews Should Have Choice
By HELEN SILVER
WASHINGTON -
(JTA) The State De-
partment has said that
Soviet Jewish migrants
should have their freedom
of choice to settle wherever
they wished.
Department spokesman Dean
Fisher expressed this view when
he was asked to comment on the
announcement made last week in
Jerusalem by Jewish Agency Ex-
ecutive Chairman Leon Dulzin
that the Agency would refer to
HI AS only those Soveit Jews
who had first degree relatives in
the US and other countries of
resettlement but that Soviet
Jews without such relatives who
left the USSR and opted to re-
settle in countries other than
Israel would have to fend for
themselves Last month, nearly
85 percent of Jews arriving in
Vienna from the Soviet Union did
not goto Israel.
HIAS, in a resolution adopted
b) its executive committee, said
it would continue to provide mi-
gration services to Jewish refu-
gees coming out of the USSR
who choose not to go to Israel.
The U.S. government is involved
because it pays most of the costs
ueociated with the resettlement
of Soviet Jews It pays Israel $25
million a year and spends about
$1.000 for each emigrant going to
countries ether than Israel.
Fischer, in response to the
question on the resettlement
issue, replied: "We have seen a
report stating that the Jewish
Agency for Israel will no longer
provide any assistance for emi-
grants from the Soviet Union
who wish to resettle somewhere
other than Israel, excepting only
emigrants who wish to join
parents, children or spouses in
other countries.
"Reportedly, all other Soviet
Jewish emigrants who do not
choose to fly immediately to
Israel will no longer be assisted in
contacting other voluntary agen-
cies in Vienna, including several
United States agencies who can
help them resettle in the country
of their choice. Since we were not
consulted by the Israelis in ad-
vance of their decision to imple-
ment this new policy, we cannot
say what its actual effect may be.
"UNITED STATES policy
has always been and will continue
to be that Soviet Jewish refugees
arriving in Vienna should have
freedom of choice with regard to
where they wish to resettle. Once
the Soviet refugees have arrived
in Vienna, we see no reason why
they should be obliged to go to
Israel if there are other countries
willing to offer them refuge."
Israel Hit
For Sharp
Deeds on Bank
By DAVID LANDAU
JERUSALEM (JTA) -
The Labor Alignment sharply
criticized the government for
what it called "unjust over-reac-
tion" to the wave of anti-Israel
protests and sporadic incidents of
violence on the West Bank in re-
cent days. Victor Shemtov of
Mapam. acting chairman of the
Knesset's Foreign Affairs and
Security Committee, has sum-
moned Defense Minister Ariel
Sharon to appear before the com-
mittee to explain the new policy.
THE LABOR MKs are dis-
turbed by the harsh punitive
measures by the Israeli military,
which include blowing up houses
of families whose members are
accused of participating in acts of
violence. One house was de-
molished in Hebron because a
youthful member of the family
tossed a Molotov cocktail at a
passing bus. The gasoline bomb
caused no injuries or damage.
Such measures were reserved
for more serious incidents of
violence in the past. Shemtov ob-
served that "collective punish-
ment will cause a further deteri-
oration of the situation in the ad-
ministrated areas. It will tarnish
Israel's image and not improve
its security."
Sharon told reporters last week
that Israel's policy on the West
Bank is to treat "gently" those
Arabs who cooperate with Israel
and to crack down harder than
ever on those who do not. Labor
MK Yossi Sand, a party dove,
denounced the military measures
as "brutality'' Michael Bar-
Zohar, a member of Labor's
hawkish wing, criticized them on
grounds that they were ineffec-
tive.

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State Dep't. Reacts Angrily to Annexation
By DAVID FRIEDMAN
WASHINGTON -
(JTA) The State
Department has warned Is-
rael that the change in the
status of the Golan Heights
would "violate in-
ternational law." De-
partment deputy spokes-
man Alan Romberg said
the United States' position,
had been made clear to the
Israeli government.
Romberg said that "Our view
has been and remains that any
unilateral change in the status of
the Golan Heights or any of the
territories occupied by Israel in
the 1967 (Six-Day! War would be|
contrary to the UN Security
Council Resolutions 242 and 338
under which Camp David and all
Middle East peace negotiations
since 1967 have been based."
The spokesman did not know
what effect the Israeli action
would have on the Camp David
process, although he noted that
Golan was not included in the
Camp David accords. He also
could not give any reason for Is-
rael acting on the Golan at this
time.
IN JERUSALEM the head of
the Egyptian delegation to the
working level autonomy talks l
expressed "deep regret" over Is-
rael's move to annex the Golan
Heights.
West Bank Terrorist
Returned to Israel
WASHINGTON -
(JTA) Ziad Abu-Eain, a
22-year-old West Bank
resident accused of partici-
pation in a bombing which
killed two boys and injured
36 other persons in Tiberias
in 1979. has been formally
extradited to Israel.
Deputy Secretary of State
William Clark, who had been
studying the legal aspects of Is-
rael's extradition request, signed
a surrender warrant. American
authorities in Chicago, where
Abu-Eain has been held in prison
since his arrest by the FBI in
August. 1979, turned him over to
Israeli officials. The extradition
is the first since Israel and the
U.S. signed an extradition treaty
in 1963.
CLARK SAID, in his written
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statement, "I have concluded
that our treaty with Israel and
compelling law require a con-
clusion that Abu-Eain be ex-
tradited. We have been formally
assured by the government of
Israel that the crimes charged
against Abu-Eain murder,
attempted murder and causing
bodily harm with aggravating in-
tent are common criminal
charges which will be tried in an
ordinary civilian court."
Abu-Eain. who had been living
with relatives in Chicago when he
was arrested, lost a series of ap-
peals against extradition. Last
Oct. 13. the U.S. Supreme Court
declined to review his case, let-
ting stand a lower court's ruling
that extradition was permissable.
This left the final decision in the
case to the State Department.
Abu-Eain a resident of Ramal-
lah, was supported by Arab-
American groups and others
friendly to the Palestinian cause.
Arab Ambassadors in the U.S.
made representations to the
State Department on his behalf.
Israel pressed vigorously for ex-
tradition.
WHEN IT appeared that the
State Department was taking an
inordinately long time to decide.
Sen. Dan Quayle (R., Ind.) intro-
duced a sense of the Senate reso-
lution urging immediate ex-
tradition on grounds that the
accused could be freed shortly on
a writ of habeas corpus. This
drew a rebuke from the State De-
partment.
Department deputy spokes-
man Alan Romberg quoted Clark
as saying that for the Senate to
seek to "influence" the De-
partment's decision is "as im-
proper" as it would have been to
try to influence the case when it
came before the Supreme Court.
Clark make that statement in a
letter to Senate Marjority Leader
Howard Baker (R, Tenn.i after
Quayle introduced his resolution.
In Israel, meanwhile, Supreme
Court Justice Miriam Ben-Porat
issued a temporary injunction
against the Military Government
on the West Bank barrintt it from
demolishing or sealing oft Abu-
Kain's home in Ramallah. Ben
Porat acted on the appeal of the
accused's father who feared the
house would be destroyed.
The Egyptian official, Taher
Shash. said that the new Israeli
law on the Golan Heights, is a
contravention of international
law, the Geneva conventions and
the Camp David framework.
Maim Kubersky, head of the
Israeli autonomy team, disputed
Shash. He maintained that
the autonomy talks were not
the torum to deal with this
matter and observed that the Is-
raeli delegates would not use it to
speak out on such matters as
Egypt's relation with its neigh-
bor Libya.
But the U.S. representative at
the working level deliberations.
Watt Claverius. supported the
Egyptian view. He said Israel's
action on the Golan was relevant
to the autonomy talks because
they are based on the Camp
David accords which are. in turn,
based on Security Council Reso-
lution 242 that speaks of peace
between Israel and all of its
neighbors and the territorial inte-
grity of all states in the region.
Claverius said the US. was
seriously concerned by any such
unilateral step that undermined
Camp David and by the same
token. Resolution 242.
MEANWHILE, the debate
still rages in the Knesset, over
Prime Minister Begins quick
passage of the bill into law on
historical and security grounds.
His arguments continue to be
seconded by Moshe Aims, chair-
man of the Knesset's Foreign
Affairs and Security Committee
and Ambassador-designate to the
United States. Arens supports
the annexation mainly on
strategic grounds and denies that
it would block possible future
negotiations with a new regime in
Syria.
The opposition Labor Align-
ment appears to be in a
deilemma. Most were absent
from the first reading of the bill
while the various elements of the
party argued over whether to
support or oppose it. Some MKs
from the kibbutz movement and
others urged support, or at least
a waiver of party discipline to
allow members to vote their con-
science But MK Gad Yaacobi
proposed that I,abor boycott the
session in protest against the
unseemly haste with which the
government rammed through the
measure.
Labor doves such as former
Foreign Minister Abba Eban and
members of Mapam declared in
advance they would vote against
the bill. Pro-annexationists such
as Avraham KaU-Oi said thev
voted for it regardless of what
Labor s Knesset faction decided
AMNON Rubinstein of Shinui
a prominent constitution**
lawyer, vigorously opposed the
government's action on grounds
that it not only flouted Reso-
lution 242 but could be construed
as flouting the Camp David ac
cords whkh are based on that
resolution. Rubinstein argued
further that the annexation was
meaningless in practical ierms
and will only stir trouble on the
Golan Heights which heretofore
has not been on the international
agenda.
In Paris. France refrained frorfi. I
any official comment on Israels
decision u> annex the Golan
Heights: but political circlea ex
pressed "regret." savin* the
move "will not help' the search
for a global peace
Official spokesmen refused to
react, saying that th. govern-
ment and President Francois
Mitterrand are still studying the
matter and its imputations
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political sources, however, a"
statement of "regret and poni
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Friday, December 25. 1981 / The Jewish Floridian Page 11-A
Ethnic Groups Create National Debate
1
By DAVID FRIEDMAN
HASH INC TON (JTA) -
Mfsenutive Benjamin Rosen
Jj,p N V I said that Jews and
ikr American ethnic groups, by
^gX stands on foreign policy
g^jesthat concern them, create a
guonal debate on these issues.
pnv of them like the recent sale
5 AWACS and other military
it to Saudia Arabia
,ful to this country.
the ethnic groups did not in-
pethemselves in the issues, it
ggJd leave foreign policy to the
IB industry, oil companies, the
y, York banks, which lend
poetY to countries to buy arms.
BJt'he fonign policy establish-
got within and outside the
awmment. RosenthaJ said.
To do that would be a disaster
fr this country and the demo
ItioiU we all believe
i he told the monthly public
n forum of M'nai B nth In
ammonal
| ROStSTHAI. S talk was an
jci, on the article by Sen
arles Mithiaa IR., MI) in
mgn Affain Quarterly last
in which Mathias said,
c group> like Jews. Greeks
i-.-n Vmericani should not
to influence foreign affairs
id Mathias argued, only
lent has the national
Mtitueno needed to lake na
u! interests into consideration
anclopirii,' foreign affairs.
One does not have to be a part
twish or the
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He said that Jews were
charged with dual loyalty in
the recent AWACS debate, yet
they were only supporting the
policy they expected from Presi
dent Reagan as a result of the
stand he took during last year's
Presidential campaign Rosen
thai said that in his nearly 20
years in Congress even, IVesi
dent from Kennedy to Reagan
had said during their campaign
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Israel
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"Presidential'' and become a
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security apparatus which he
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and the intelligence commumtv
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proposed because the Air Force
wanted to cut the cost ratio of the
plane and the Saudis are the only
ones with the money to bin
them Hut he said, once the
proposal was supported by the
President. It became ,i lest o| the
President's ability to conduct
foreign affairs
Rosenthal said the same thin^
happened to Greek Americans
who saw Jimmy Carter as a can
didate support their stand
against arms to Turkey and then
reverse himself when he became
President Hut Rosenthal said
that the Creak Americans were
not object to the same kind of
vitriolic attack as where Jews
during the last few weeks
Rosenthal said that Mathias.
while ruling out a role for ethnics
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was the role of such companies as
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For Its Action on Golan
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ROME (JTA) The two
official organs of the Vatican
its radio station and the news-
paper Osservatore Romano
sharply criticized Israel for
annexing the Golan Heights at a
time when "government and
public opinion were focused on
events in Poland." The broadcast
and print media used virtually
identical language. They accused
Israel of introducing "a new fac-
tor of perturbance and tension in
the Middle East situation."
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position, the Italian govern-
ment's reaction to Israel's move
was mild. The official statement
spoke only of the government's
"concern." Parliament rejected a
demand by the Communist Party
and other left wing factions to
withdraw Italy's offer to par-
ticipate in the international
peacekeeping force in Sinai.
The Administration com-
plains that Jewish Americans
were vigorously expressing their
Views But where were the
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about the corporations that
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of the business it would bring?
Now why were there no com-
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of charity, it is a matter of na-
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friends, a reference to Senators
who at the last moment Switched
their vote to support the
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by politicians who profess one
thing and do another. Kenned)
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biblical allegiance to Israel who
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/X-WS^X>K Israel Clashes With
British Labor Party
I

By MAURICE SAMUELSON
LONDON (JTAI Shlomo
Argov, Israeli Ambassador to
Britain, clashed with Eric Heffer.
one of the most powerful politi-
cians in the British Labor Party,
who had savagely attacked the
election campaign of Israel's
ruling Likud bloc.
The clash took place after a
speech by Israel's Labor Party
leader. Shimon Peres, to a fund-
raising dinner of the British La-
bor Friends of Israel. Peres was
the key speaker but his remarks
were largely overshadowed by
Argov's defense of Premier
Menachem Begin against
Heffer's attack.
HEFFER HAD harked back
to the tumultous scenes at some
of Begins election rallies which
had been prominently screened
on Bntish television. He called
them frightening signs of the in-
tolerance being encouraged by
the present Israeli government
Argov. who had been scheduled
to give merely a brief message of
greetings from his government,
passionately rejected Heffer's
complaints, and asked him
whether he would like foreigners
to judge Britain as a whole by
some of the scenes which he had
recently witnessed on television
here.
Even before Argov's interven-
tion, the dinner, at the House of
Commons, had been marked by
the political strains between the
British and Israeli Labor Parties.
Peres had started his own speech
by playing down differences be-
tween Israel's government and
opposition over foreign policy
and bitterly attacked the policies
of Britain and its European
partners.
Heffer. however, said that
while he supported Israel he
could not support Begin, whom
he called "not very helpful, to put
it in the mildest terms.'
MICHAEL FOOT, leader of
the British Labor Party, also
showed his distaste for the Begin
government. In a message
printed in the dinner brochure, he
said that Labor Parties in Britain
and Israel faced the same kind of
domestic opponents:
"They seem wedded to a
furious anti-Socialist market
economy which could spread
devastating results."
In his speech. Peres scoffed at
the policies by British Foreign
Secretary Lord Carrington and
his European partners and reiter-
ated his own belief in linking the
West Bank with Jordan.
Expressing confidence in the
Camp David peace process, he
said he hoped that autonomy for
the Palestinians would begin to
become a reality "at least in
the Gaza Strip" before next
April's scheduled Israeli with-
drawal from the rest of Sinai.
HEFFER. who spoke after
Peres, said British Labor was
"praying" for Peres' party to re-
turn to power and also supported
Palestinian self-determination.
Thus, while Peres was in reality
speaking for Begin. Heffer was
effectively speaking for Carring-
ton. Clearly, something has
changed in the once intimate
links between the Labor Parties
of Israel and Britain, when both
were in power.
The change was made more
poignant by the fact that Sir
Harold Wilson, under whose long
leadership that friendship
flowered, presided at the dinner.
A weary and sick man, the former
Prime Minister kept his own re-
marks to a bare minimum. His
silence was more eloquent than
words.
Serious Concern Over Future
Continued from Pag* 1-A
gone too far" in his bitter cata-
loguing of Israels grievances
against the U.S.
Several of the more moderate
Ministers are reported to have
complained privately that Begin
has been repeatedly confronting
the Cabinet with faits accomplis^
The U.S.-Israel memorandum of
understanding on strategic co-
operation was approved in ad-
vance of its signing November 30
at a hurried Cabinet meeting in
Begins hospital room. Begin has
now declared it abrogated before
the Ministers had a chance to
study it in full and formally ratify
it.
Israeli officials are neverthe-
less pleased and relieved by
Secretary of State Alexander
Haig's low key reaction to Be-
gin's blast at the Administration.
In a television appearance. Haig
stressed the "vital importance of
our obligations to the people of
Israel and guarantees to the sur-
vival of that state Nothing has
changed." Israeli newspapers
reported that Washington is try-
ing to contain the crisis with Is-
rael. They noted, however, that
Defense Secretary Caspar Wein-
berger s remarks, also in a TV
appearance, were much tougher
on Israel than Haig's.
Former Premier Yitzhak Rabin
expressed suspicion over U.S. in-
tentions in an Israeli Radio inter-
view. Rabin, who was visiting the
U.S. when the Kneeset adopted
the Golan law. claimed Wash-
ington was trying to use thatact
as a pretext for deviating from
the Camp David framework. He
charged that the U.S. might now
seek to bring the Palestine
Liberation Organization into the
peace negotiations.
Watching Egypt's Reaction
Israel is also closely watching
Egypt's reaction to the latest
events. Former Egyptian
Premier Mustapha Khalil told
Yedio Achronot in an interview
published that if Israel rescinds
its Golan law. Egypt would make
every effort to convince Syria to
join in peace negotiations with
Israel. Khalil. who heads Egypt's
ruling political party, is a deputy
of President Hosni Mubarak al-
though he holds no executive
office in government.
He told the Yediot Achronot
correspondent in Cairo that
Egypt's relatively moderate re-
action to Israel's annexation of
the Golan Heights was aimed at
preserving the peace process. "If
we had reacted stronger we would
have harmed the peace It is our
goal to turn this peace into a
model and a precedent for any
Arab state which would like tn
join." Khalil said.
He dismissed Israeli fears that
Egyptian policy would harden af-
ter Israel's evacuation of Sinai is
completed next April. This is
your famous sensitivity," (*
said. "We too have developed a
sensitivity which stems from
your lack of confidence in us."
Khalil added: "I am ready to
pledge, in the name of Egypt, if
Israel abolishes the new law.
Egypt will undertake upon her-
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Foreign Aid Package
Includes Israel Funds
By DAVID FRIEDMAN
WASHINGTON (JTA) -
The House adopted by a 222-184
vote a bill authorizing $5.7 billion
in foreign aid of which one half
goes to the Middle East.
The bill provides for Israel, in
the current fiscal year that began
Oct. 1 and for 1983, the same
amount it received last year
SI.4 billion in military assistance
and $785 million in economic aid.
All of the economic aid is a grant
and $500 million of the military
assistance is a direct credit,
meaning it is forgiven.
Egypt's appropriations will be
the same in the next two years as
in the 1981 fiscal year. This in-
cludes $900 million in military
assistance, of which $100 million
is forgiven, and $750 million in
economic assistance, all of it a
grant.
THE BILL deleted all appro-
priations for Syria. An amend-
ment adopted here provided up to
$7 million to aid in the rehabilita-
tion of Lebanon. The bill also
specified that $11 million in each
year can be used for special re-
quirements in the Middle East,
such as regional cooperative agri-
cultural, health, energy and edu-
cational projects. Of this amount,
$4 million can be used for
projects that would promote re-
gional cooperation between Israel
and Egypt with other Middle
Eastern countries.
The voting saw a reversal of
the party positions that charac-
terized pravioua votes on foraujn
aid in which Republican opposi-
tion had prevented adoption of a
foreign aid bill since 1979. Rep.
Peter Peyser (D.. N.Y.I, noting
that he has voted for all previous
foreign aid bills, said that he
opposed this bill in protest
against the Reagan Administra-
tion's cuts in domestic programs.
He noted, however, that even if
the bill had been defeated,
countries such as Israel would
receive their appropriations in
the continuing budget resolution.
THE DEMOCRATS, who
waited for the Republicans to
cast their votes before voting
themselves, supported the bill by
125-98, but for many Democrats,
it was the first time they had cast
votes against foreign aid. The
Republicans, traditionally op-
posed to foreign aid and able,
with the help of conservative
Democrats, to defeat such
measures in past Congresses,
supported the authorization bill
by a vote of 97-86.
The Republican reversal came
after President Reagan sent
House Republicans a special
appeal, and Secretary of State
Alexander Haig met with them
later. The House bill was worked
out by the Administration and
the Democratic-control-led For-
eign Affairs Committee.
A House-Senate conference
committee will have to work out
differences between the House
measure and an earlier Senate bill
which authorizes $6.8 billion in
foreign aid. The funds for Israel,
Egypt and other Middle Eastern
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j>.
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Rabbi's Pulpit
Making Judaism Serious Part of our Lives
*
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,ocred Torah scroll that once belonged to Rabbi Isaac Mayt r
tst a founder of Reform Judaism, is prsstntsd in Boston to
\ Edward M Kennedy (left) as a gift to the Kennedy
ifrarx by Rabbi Alexander M Schmdler, president of the
wnofAmerican Hebreu Congregations The scroll had Otig-
jA been presented to President John P. Kennedy in 19H2 and
C k a'ter the President uas slain. Latest presentation was
1 mt 4,000 delegates to the I'AHC contention in
By RABBI
ROBERT S. GOLD8TEIN
Irmple Beth Am
I- ver since the very beginning
(it Reform Judaism in tht early
there has been a COntro
van) concerning the issue of hat-
achah. Jewish law Orthodox, or
traditional Judaism demands
Strict adherence to the halachah
I onsnrvative Judaism teaches
that. yes. a Jew must observe the
hah, but halachah is in a
late ol evolution, ever-changing
and (lev eloping
Reform Judaism, however. is
ncn-halachik That is. Reform
Jews do not believe that there is a
system of binding Jewish law
The question often raised by non-
Reform Jews is. "How can you be
a Jew without halachah' How do
you know what God requires of
you '
IT IS IN answer to these ques-
tions that we find the greatest
misconceptions about Reform
Judaism. Yes. Reform teaches
that the individual is
autonomous. That is, every
person ultimately has the right to
decide for him or herself what he
or she wishes to do. This is a
natural. Goo-given right. Rut
Reform also affirms mat J uuaism
is u religion of deed, and therefore
there are certain obligations that
Reform Jews have.
In celebration of the ilKith an
niversary of the formation of the
Union of American Hebrew Con-
gregations, the national body of
Reiorni synagogues, a group of
prominent Reform rabbis put
together a "Centenary Per-
spective It is in this "Cente-
nary Perspective' that a Reform
Jew's obligations and responsi-
bilities are clearly stated
Leo Mindhn
Shoots
Continued from Page 4-A
, w,i~ Or the internal
eksguered Egyptians
hONALD REAGAN and the
Department won't see it
a\ Hn much do you pay
a barrel ol ideological con-
ies an>.i\ How much will
ofityott? Not as much as a
id of oil
the President's senti
lik.- those of the media
sre on the side of
ll :- wh\ his anger was
' Thursday sell serving
Hi of all the jackals
uld havi known better Hut
wisdom dossil I exist
n> nl id,- previous scripts in
. ted Hut. neither
I -hooting irom the hip
irai John W ') ne stuff
ii imn to Isra-
innexstion of the (iolan
.i- shooting from the
H have U-en his react ions to
it in Eastern Europe, Latin
wica, and even domestically.
he took office Ami on
lion Mr Reagan has
IsunseU in the fool instead
tarn is dear The Presi-
dent takes ,i sanctimonious
position with no room for
gracious modification Then, if
tin- lories he is endea\ormg to
confront are too large and threat-
ening, he withdraw- No circling
of the wagons No shoOt-OUt at
the corral, just plain old high
tailing
WITNESS Russia and its in-
terest- for example. Poland
and Cuba Having just about
launched the Cold War anew, the
President bscomes i puss) cat
he turns softer on the Commies
than old Joe McCarthy ever said
ot ,m> Hollywoodian
Witness, on the other land the
opposite set of circunist.nne-
say. Libys and Israal Irraconcil
able tdaolog) doe- not matter to
tht- sanctimonious mentality.the
fad that one is an spparanl ally
,iiul the Other an apparent enemy,
tor sanctimoriiousnes- i- the
bludgeon of the bully
In matter- of religious fervor
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terrorist Inends to impose sane
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struggling to survive.
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weak i- not exclusive to matters
abroad \\ it lies- PATCO at
Imme. which was easy Reagan
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members Witness battered
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l no-no, and a windfall profits tax
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le Forget them because in the
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Inexorably, in contrast to his
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lib patches of the weak. In his
march from the presidency of the
scran actors union to President
t the United States. Mr. Reagan
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oncerns at home and abroad to
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ence that shows allegiance to
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That is his right, of course but
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1001
IFah 'Friday, December 25, 1981
By Seymour Liebman
A Man and His Book Subjected to Severe Scrutiny
Prisoner Without Name, Cell
Without a Number by Jacobo
Ti merman, trans, by Toby
Talbot. Alfred Knopf. 1961.
164 pp.. $10.96.
Jacobo Timer-man's "Prisoner
Without a Name. Cell Without a
Humber" is. at best, two mono-
graphs joined to make a small
book. The author is an Argentine
Jew who was editor and 45 per-
cent owner of L'Opinion. a news-
paper in Buenos Aires. David
Gravier. whose name does not
appear in the book, also owned 45
oercent of the paper. Gravier is
alleged to have been responsible
for the failure of two New York
banks and to have been the
banker of the Montoners, Argen-
tine leftist terrorists.
Timerman publicized in his pa-
per the names of many of the
desparecidos. those who were
secretly arrested, their fates un-
known. Timerman admits that he
was warned by friends in the
government that this practice
was antagonizing officialdom and
would lead to his arrest. The fore-
going, the subsequent events ir
jail and his ultimate release are
narrated brilliantly and. at times,
suspensefully.
THE ACCOUNT tells of sadis
tic jailers who administered elec-
tric shocks to his genitals and
other parts of his body, deprived
him of toilet and washing facili-
ties and incarcerated him in cells
that were wet and window less
He was interrogated endlessly in
a manner reminiscent of Koest-
ler's "Darkness at Noon'' while
being assailed by the word
"Jew. "
After months in jail without
substantiation of any charges, he
was confined to "house" (his own
elegant apartment) arrest for
over a year. During this period,
his family was free to come and
go. and he was visited by a rabbi
and Yigal Allon of Israel. Finally,
he was turned over to the Israeli
embassy staff, deprived of his
Argentine citizenship and
whisked off to Israel.
Interspersed throughout
the book are account of
thoughts and emotions while
being tortured and shunted from
one prison to another. The pro-
cess by which he avoided suicide
and madness provide interesting
psychological aspects of Timer-
man's mind.
ON JULY 5. 1981. Timerman
acknowledged to the New York
Times that he was not arrested
because he is a Jew. Undoubted-
ly, he was exposed to anti-
Semitic slurs while in Jail, but
anti-Semitism had nothing to do
with the reasons for his arrest.
Timerman fails to mention that,
according to a quotation in an
article by Elie Wiesel in Hadas-
sah Magazine, he was not a mem-
ber of any synagogue or even of
"the Jewish community." Yet
Timerman proclaims that he was
a "left-wing Zionist" and
"passionately Jewish."
Timerman falls into the
pattern of intellectually arrogant
editors who pontificate and admit
no possibility of error in judg-
ment or appraisal. If he had
written solely of his personal ex-
periences, we would have a note-
worthy monograph. Excellence in
literary ability plus sympathy
evoked by his experiences have
blinded some "liberals" to ex-
aggerations in the comparison
made by Timerman between anti-
Semitism in Argentina and that
of the Nazis.
Sympathy ought not lead the
reader to accept Timerman's
judgments on political affairs or
to believe that his incarceration is
a forerunner of a Holocaust or
that his experiences were Ausch-
witzian. He maligns the Jewish
communal leaders by comparing
them to members of the Juden-
rat. selected by the Nazis as their
agents.
THESE COMPARISONS are
either a reflection of the man's
egotism ("the omnipotent
journalist." p. 125) or the dis-
torted views resulting from his
involvement. It may be expected
that at this point his perspective
would be self-centered. That,
however, does not make valid
such ideas as "the incorporation
of the Holocaust in my life."
To appraise this part of the
book, it is necessary to under
stand the nuances of the word
nacionaUsmo as understood in
Argentina and to have some
knowledge of the Buenos Aires
Jewish community.
Argentines, in general, are still
uncertain of their identity and. in
effect, ask the question. "Who
are we?" They, therefore, feel
threatened by anything which
seems to them to shake their
tenuous nacionaUsmo. Anything
which is "foreign" does. Thus.
Jews, regardless of having been
born in the country, because of
their ethnic mores, extensive use
of Yiddish and Hebrew and non-
Christian religion, are considered
foreigners. Much of what is
considered anti-Semitism is ac-
tually anti-foreignism and ap-
plied to others as well. Ad-
mittedly, there is anti-Semitism
in Argentina, although the extent
is frequently exaggerated.
Argentine Jewry is not readily
comparable to other Jewish com-
munities. The Ashkenazi Jewish
community of Buenos Aires
equates speaking Yiddish with
Judaism. To be a Jew in Buenos
Aires means to speak Yiddish
and pay an annual fee to the Ash-
kenazi kehillah so that interment
in the Jewish cemetery is insured.
JOSEPH GRUNVALD stated
at the Latin American Experts
Conference in 1976 that "nation-
alism will discriminate against
Jews if they maintain an ethnic
identity apart from the majority
or other minorities in the
society." Prof. Irving 1^
Horowitz wrote that "the chaw*
ter of (Argentine) anti-Semitism
is basically nationalistic and rer>
resents a demand for orthodoxy
in matters of Argentine patridT
ism and manifest destiny
Jews insist upon ethnic singu
larity while Argentines indine
toward national unity This is
tantamount to an extreme form
of "melting pot" unity
In two sentences. Timerman
cavalierly dismisses the fact that
the military murdered priests
raped many nuns and vandalized
proportionately, more church
properties than that of the Jew-
ish communities. Secret arrests.
torture and disappearancesyj.
prisoners are indicative of a d7-
formed concept of human rights..
but those facts do not justify
vilification of Jewish communal
leaders or signify a Holocaust
Compensation for Yamit Settlers
Studied by Israel's Cabinet
JERUSALEM (JTA) -The
Cabinet appointed a three-mem-
ber ministerial committee to deal
with compensation for the set-
tlers of Yamit in northern Sinai
who must evacuate the town
when the region is returned to
Egypt next April.
The issue is an explosive one.
The settlers resorted to civil dis-
obedience last week to protest the
governments offer which they
consider inadequate Defense
Minister Ariel Sharon, who
visited the town, persuaded them
to end their strike and reopen the
gates which had been sealed shut.
He expressed sympathy for their
situation but insisted that the
matter of compensation must be
settled in an atmosphere of law
and order.
THE CABINET committee
assigned the task consists of
Deputy Premier and Agriculture
Minister Shimcha Khrlich, Fi-
nance Minister Yoram Aridor
and Minister of Housing and
Construction David Levy It y
not likely to please the 'settlers
who have dealt with Khrlich and
Levy before and came away
disappointed. Aridor is not ex-
pected to be any more generous
than his colleagues.
The committee was instructed
to negotiate with the residents on
the basis of a declaration of pnn
ciples adopted by the Cabinet
Its appointment reflected the
angry mood in the government
toward the Yamit resident- Stv-
era! ministers have demanded
drastic action to restore order in
the town and to put an end to in-
filtration by ideologically moti-
vated settlers from other regions
who have joined the "Stop the
Withdrawal Movement."
OVER THE weekend. 15 more'
families, including some from the
Golan Heights, moved into
empty houses at Mosha\ Sir
Avraham which lies deeper in
Sinai than Yamit. The new-
comers were greeted with flowers.
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Egyptian Sees Ties Strengthening
, flncMv r^actiao" ""
gus
Dutch Delegation in Moscow
IaMSTERDAM (JTA)
_ A seven-member
parliamentary dele-
i visiting Moscow has
enged Soviet authori-
iover the severe curtail-
at of exit visas granted
Jews seeking to
ite. They were given
; answers, obviously
in advance, in
the authorities con-
that few Jews are
king visas and those de-
Ithem are privy to offi-
I secrets which precludes
r leaving the country.
|lW delegation, which included
i chairman nf the three pal-
mary coalition factions.
ito the Soviet Union to dis-
European arms reduction.
I they raised the question of
: Jews with members of the
ler.e Soviet and <>f the Com-
Bt Party l .rural Committee
replie- i ;\cd were
pu
|THK1 wl 1.1 Id that only
3.000 Jewish applicants are still
awaiting visas; t&at only five
percent of the applications are re-
jected because the soDlicants are
either indispensable to the Soviet
economy, have knowledge of
security matters or have criminal
records.
The Dutch parliamentarians
were told that many Jews occupy
prominent positions where State
security is involved, for example,
in the Defense Ministry and that
the refusal to grant them exit
visas applies to all Soviet citizens
in similar positions.
Before leaving for the USSR.
the members of the delegation
signed a petition calling for the
liberalization of emigration for
Jews. The petition, which has a
target of one million signatures,
was later presented to the Soviet
Embassy in The Hague.
IT WAS learned that the dele-
gates got the impression in their
talks with Soviet officials that
the crackdown on visas is linked
to the fact that most Jews who
apply for visa-, to go to Israel
actually go to th.- I'mL-il St.,
after leavinK the USSR
T.N^W YORK (JTA) -
l ne head of an unusual all-
Egyptian group dedicated
to fostering closer ties
between Egypt and Israel
told the executive com-
mittee of the American
Jewish Congress he expects
to see growing normaliza-
tion between the two
countries after the return of
the Sinai next April.
Dr. Mohammed Hani ElKadi.
a 36-year-old physician now
visiting the U.S. to attend a
writing seminar as a guest of the
US. International Communica-
tion Agency, said membership in
his Alexandria based organiza-
tion, the Israeli-Egyptian
Friendship League, is growing
despite intense pressure from
other Arab countries.
AT A PRESS conference after
the meeting, he dismissed spec
ulation that relations between the
two countries would break down
again once the rest of Sinai was
returned by Israel. "Such talk is
totally unrealistic," he declared.
"Those who believe it do not
know or understand what is
going on. Israel and Egypt hsve
a mutual need to get along with
each other. We have tried war
and hostility, and it doesn't
work It has led to serious eco-
onomic. social and political diffi-
culties."
KIKadi, who is also a novelist
and journalist, pointed out that
the (amp David accords, in fact.
provide for American military
^ruarantevs m case either side
reneges on the agreement
lie told the A.l< ongresa au-
dience that active opposition to
the peace treaty is centered in
leftwing and Moslem funda-
mentalist elements who con-
stitute a minority of Eygpt's
population.
MUCH OF the financing for
such groups comes from Saudi
Arabia, ElKadi indicated. "Saudi
money, in fact, is dangerous to
Egypt," he said. "It is luring
many Egyptian doctors and
other professional people to
Ssudi Arabia when they are
needed in Egypt." In addition to
the brain drain, the Saudi funds
are also buying the political alle-
giences of some Egyptians
ElKadi suggested.
The Israeli-Egyptian Friend-
ship League, which has a wholly
Egyptian membership, was
founded in 1977, shortly after
President Anwar Sadat's
dramatic journey to Jerusalem.
ElKadi was the first Eygptian
journalist to enter Israel after
Sadat's visit, arriving in the Jew-
ish State three days after the
Egyptian President. The physi-
cian met with Israeli leaders and
was impressed with their en-
thusiastic response to Sadat's
peace gesture.
Returning to Egypt he and
several colleagues founded the
Israel-Egyptian Friendship
League in Alexandria, ElKadi
was chosen president.
WHILE THE League mem
bers initially met with a great
deal of hostility from official and
quasi-official Egyptian organiza-
tions, police agencies and left-
wing groups, and were denounced
as Israeli agents and spies, the
atmosphere improved markedly
after Camp David and the sign-
ing of the peace treaty, ElKadi
explained.
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Begin Wins 57 to 47
JERUSALEM. DECEMBER 23. JTA
jhe government easily defeated an opposition motion of no confidence
in the Knesset today. Critical of Premier Menachem Begin s handling of
relations with the United States in the aftermath of Israel's annexation
0f the Golan Heights.
The motion was swamped by a vote of 57 to 47, Begins largest
Knesset victory sine* his reelection last June. His narrow coalition
relationship was expanded by the support of two minor opposition fac-
tions, the ultra-nationalist Tehiya and the late Moshe Dyan's Telem.
Amnon Rubinstein of Schinui who introduced the motion, was backed
by the Labor Alignment. The debate, focusing on Begins harsh attack
on the Reagan administration last Sunday, was brief. Foreign Minister
Yitzhak Shamur defended Begins position on grounds that the
punishment-" of Israel by the US was "unacceptable."
Washington suspended the memorandum of agreement on strategic
cooper.it inn with Israel last Friday to demonstrate its displeasure over
Israel Golan law. Although Begin vowed, in his rebuke to the US. that
no force on earth could make Israel rescind its annexation of the Golan
Heights Knesseth Speaker Menachem Savidor indicated in Brussels
yesterday that the future of the area was open to negotiations with
Syria.
AJCommittee Appeals to US, Israel
Miami, Florida Friday. December25, 1981
Section B
:
Miami Jewish Home Names
New Associate Director
:::
The Miami Jewish Home and
Hospital for the Aged at Douglas
Gardens has named Elliot Stem
associate director and director of
the Stein Gerontological In-
stitute at Douglas Gardens.
The Miami Jewish Home is a
376-bed long-term geriatric care
center with community outreach
programs that serve some 14,000
persons annually. The Stein
Gerontological Institute is the
research, planning, and training
division of the Home.
Stern was previously the
director of the Division of
YORK UTA) The
in Jewish Committee ap-
to both Israel and the
States to heal the sharp
i which have developed
i them because of Israel's
of the Golan Height*
}im Reagan Administration's
suspension of the
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I' S -Israel strategic cooperation
agreement.
Bertram Gold, executive vice
president of the AJCommittee
said, in a statement issued here:
"We appeal to our own govern-
ment and to the government of
Israel to stop the dangerous
escalation of harsh declarations
and actions against one another
mm
ipucci, Terrorism
And the Vatican
Abbot Rudloff, a Benedictine priest, was in charge
of Dormition Abbey in Jerusalem from 1962 until his
rttiremcnt recently published by the Anti-Defama-
tion Li-ague titled. Archbishop Capucci and
Ttrronsm
Only the enemies of both the U.S.
and Israel can benefit from such
escalation It is less important
now to assess blame for the
present disarray than to get the
government's back to positive,
trusting discussions."
Gold added: "We can under-
stand our government's dis-
appointment over Israel's Golan
Heights action. We can also
understand the anger and
anguish that prompted Prime
Minister Menachem Begin to
issue his criticism of a series of
American actions that have
raised serious questions within
Israel''
Hon. Elaine Bloom will be the
guest speaker at the breakfast
program of the Brotherhood of
Temple Beth Sholom, Miami
Beach on Sunday, at 10:30
a. m., according to Aaron Fair,
program chairman and Perry
M Fabian, president. Bloom
has recently been retained by
the Association of Jewish
Federations of Florida to rep-
resent them in Tallahassee
and develop their government
relations activities.
Elliot Stern
Government Policy of the Ameri-
can Health Planning Association.
He received his BA in psychology
from Yale University, his MA in
clinical psychology from the
University of Michigan, and is a
doctoral candidate in the field of
gerontology and child develop-
ment at the University of Michi-
gan.
"Stern's experience in the field
of geriatrics will enhance the
development and progress of the
Home and its programs.'' said
Executive Director Fred D. Hirt.
He joins the Home's other
associate directors. Olga Cenal.
fiscal affairs, and Marc Licht-
man. operations.
Stern recently attended the
White House Conference on
Aging where he delivered a
speech on the promotion and
maintenance of wellness. The
Conference set the agenda on
federal, state and local levels to
increase the position of the elder-
ly and plan for their care during
the next 10 years.
By LEO A RUDLOFF
I undertake this task with
tluctance I am a Catholic
n writing about another
Blr clergyman, in order to
lin discreditable
mj subject. My
in reased by
< situation:
*nrt < linn w ith the
on. Hilarion
8 ip that goes
I
dent of Jem
I mad. special point of
brotherly relations with
lulled MelchiU Catholics.
* are members of the
Church in the Middle
i rhey are mostly Arabs who
"the By/inline rite, but
fm acknowledge the Pope
I as their spiritual head
Ruined especially friend
ns with Archbishop Abu
J^0*" at that time the
M Vicar of East Jeru
*. the Vicar in Jeru-
*!A Mekhit Patriarch
^J0"! m Damascus, Syria).
""BISHOP Abu Se.d.
g vry lovable man. He was
abstentious, and lived
oo one ot the side
, the Old City. Arch-
lk.K^^''ad W>ved by
L^ful followers. Whan he
^juiical change occurred
"t thing his successor.
a,,' l aPu<*'. did was move
""fence to a lovely villa in
the suburbs. He was described by
one journalist as a "jovial prelate
with a penchant for the good
life." My personal acquaintance
with Capucci and some members
of the Melchite Church only con-
firms these impressions accord-
ing to these members, the new
Archbishop, in contrast u> Ml
predecessor, iluln t show a great
deal of interest in hi- -impi. I*'
pie and didn't care very much
about their well being
On August 1*. 1974, Arch-
bishop Capucci found himself in
serious trouble with the Israeli
authorities. He was arrested after
the police discovered large quan-
tities of weapons and explosives
hidden in his Mercedes sedan.
These are not the usual trap-
pings of a Christian priest. Under
the circumstances, his later as-
sertion that he is a disciple of
Jesus whom he calls the first
fedayeen sounds blasphemous.
Jesus, after all said that he who
takes up the sword will perish by
the sword, and rebuked the disci-
ple who in his misguided leal
drew a sword and wounded one of
the guards sent to arrest turn.
AFTER BEING tried and con-
victed. Archbishop Capucci was
sentenced on December 9. 19?*.
to 12 years in prison
The Archbishop was weU-
treated in prison, even though he
complained about many incon-
veniences and a lack of respect
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Page 4-B the Jewish Floridian / Friday, December 26, 1981
Bracha on Books
Books For The Chanukoh Season
By BRACHA NEVEL
Have you thought about giv-
ing the gift of a book for the joy-
ous Chanukah season? There is
power in the written word. When
you choose a book that has been
meaningful to you and give it to
friend or member of the family,
you are presenting more than
mere giftyou are sharing your
thoughts and your philosophies,
in the words of your favorite
authors.
Nobel prize winner, Saul
Bellow, in his introduction to the
glorious paper-back, Great Jew
iah Short Storie*. stated that a
story testifies to the worth and
significance of an individ-
ual"For a abort while, the
strength and all the radiance of
the world are brought to bear
upon a few human figures."
For this holiday season, I
would like to share with you two
of my favorite short story collec-
tions, and two novels which I feel
would make lasting gifts.
For someone to whom you
would like to introduce the world
of exciting literature from the
days of Reb Nachman of Bratzlav
to the ribaldry of Philip Roth, I
suggest the aforementioned
Great Jewish Short Stories, edit-
ed by Saul Bellow. The reader
will experience the writings of
Buber. Peretz, Agnon, I.J.
Singer, and his famous younger
brother I.B. Singer, among many
other authors. In the many
classes I have taught using this
book as the text, students rang-
ing from bar mitzvah sages U>
youngsters in their eighties, have
always been precipitated into
stimulating and provocative dis-
cussions.
As A Driven Leaf, by Rabb;
Milton Steinberg, was originally
published in January. 1940. and
was re-issued this past year in
paper-back. The sensitive and
scholarly Steinberg drew upon
hi9 life's studies to create a com-
passionate tale of a Jewish
scholar, unable to surrender the
liberty of his mind to authority.
Along with an exciting story, we
find a vivid description of the
>M\lt
- *'
This column by Bracha
Nevel will be about books
and the authors who write
them. Ms. Nevel is a
lecturer on A merican Jew-
ish literature and a former
translator of Isaac
Bashevis Singer.
historic Sanhedrin as the author
brings to life some of the sages
and law-makers of the time.
Much of the fascination of this
book lies in Steinberg's juxta-
josition of faith versus logic as
relevant to present times.
Also recently re-issued in
paperback is The Brothers
Ashkenaxi by Israel Joshua
Singer. The author, who died in
1944 at age fifty-one. left behind
a magnificent body of literature.
One of his finest books is the
panoramic novel. The Brothers
Ashkenazi. as powerful today as
when it was first published over
40 years ago. Through the lives of
the twin brothers. Max and
Yakub. we travel with the Jews
of Poland from the dawn of the
industrial revolution to the eve of
World War II. Singer, often
referred to as "my master" by his
brother. Nobel prize winner I. B.
Singer, reveals the virtuosity of
his writing powers in this novel
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Time is not important in Hel-
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The noveland the short
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Chanukah and any other occa-
sionbut let us not forget the
saying from the Talmud that the
greatest gift e person can give is
the gift of himself. And so. this
Chanukah holiday. I would
particularly like to express my
love and thanks to my children,
who carefully purchase and
lovingly inscribe so many books
that they know I will enjoy; to
Ruth, who functions as both my
friend and research person when-
ever I need her wisdom and her
love, which is always; to witty
and ebullient Iris, who shares all
the books I read, along with my
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author of the most important
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and who is always there to read
to me when weary arms cannot
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and Sholom
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Featured at the celebration will
be Esther Weinstein. Yiddish
folk singer.
Local Residents Named to
National Women's Cabinet
Four leaders of the Greater
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Page 4-B The Jewish Floridian Friday. December 25. 1981
Coming Full Circle
By RABBI
BRETT S. GOLDSTEIN
Temple Shir Ami
I have recently become con-
vinced that every- rabbi should
try to return to the university-
campus to teach. Having taught
a course in Jewish literature at
the University of Miami this past
semester. I can honestly say that
1 was impressed by some of the
changes that have taken place
since 1 was a student.
My own campus experience in
the late 1960s was marked by a
mood of protest, defiance of
custom, and a resentment of the
establishment whether it be
political, economic, or religious.
The Jewish students on campus
at that time seemed to be more
interested in Yoga. Transcenden-
tal Meditation, or in African
studies than in their own heri-
tage
Now. for the most part. Jewish
students on the college campus
have returned to values that pre-
ceded the turbulence of the
1960s. A turnabout has become
apparent in their attitude;
toward three different subject-
areas: ritual, intermarriage, anc
Israel.
YOUNG MEN and women
raised in an atmosphere of
marginal or liberal Judaism are
currently seeking a return to the
greater practice of their parents
and grandparents. For example,
for many years the reform move-
ment downplayed the require-
ment of a ritual circumcision on
the eighth day after birth Col-
lege students are now denouncing
the substitution of medical cir-
cumcision in the hospital in lieu
of a hnt milah "What traditions
will be left for our people'" they
protest. 1 f all of our customs are
stripped away from us. what re-
mains to make us Jewish?"
Similarly, many of them resent
that Hebrew has been deempha-
sized Kven though they may not
understand the meaning of He-
brew passages in the liturgy, the
articulation of Hebrew produces
for them a meaningful affective
response. Surely, we are wit-
nessing a call for the return to
greater ritual in our services and
our ceremonies.
Of even greater significance is
the present generation s alarm at
the rapidly rising rate of inter-
marriage. While previous genera-
tions often sought out clergy to
participate in secular ceremonies
or to co-officiate ecumenically,
ihese students with whom I have
recently studied find intermar-
riage ceremonies anathema
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greed vehemently with rabbis
who officiate at such services,
even when they establish their
own criteria to insure a sense of
commitment and to make provi-
sions for raising children Jewish-
ly
Yet, most surprising of all. is
their reaction to the following
question posed in the heat of a
discussion of political policies:
"In view of the large sums of
monies pumped into the Israeli
economy by the United States,
what right do American Jews
have to dictate political policies
in Israel?"
Not too many years ago, most
college students felt that we are
entitled to bring pressure to bear
because of the vast economic aid
<*< provide. "If it's our money,
then we should have a say.' was
the common idiom of the day.
This years class unanimously
expressed the notion that Israel
must determine its own fate
despite our role in providing im-
portant dollars. "When push
comes to shove." they explain.
Israelis can depend only upon
themselves and consequent
ly. the decisions rendered must
be theirs and theirs alone."
THE IMPLICATION is clear
it is incumbent upon us to pro-
vide whatever help we can
with no political strings attached.
Our college students today
have come full circl.- in the ex-
pression of their ideology, and in
so doing they bring all the Jewish
community a great sense of pride
To those who claim that our
young people respond rashly and
irresponsibly. I would counter
strongly: their sensitivity augurs
well for a bright tomorrow
Harmony Lodge
Harmony I/odge of B'nai
B'rith will hold their next regular
meeting and a Chanukah (<)
brat it>n on Monday at 8 p.m. at
Pythian Hall. North Miami
Beach. Singer Luz Morales will
entertain.
Making the award presentation to Joseph H. Kanter Inghtl at
the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith s recent American-
ism Award Dinner Dance, is Mayor Maurice Ferre, honorary
dinner chairman
Homecoming Sabbath at Emanu-El
Four university students will
share the pulpit with Dr Irving
U-hrman. Dec. 25. at Temple
Kmanu-F.l's 8 p.m. service as the
Miami Beach congregation
observes its annual College
Homecoming Sabbath.
Ciuest speakers, all members of
the synagogue, include Joy-
Bauer, senior at Boston Univer-
sity and daughter of Mr. and
Mrs Frank Bauer. Judy (iop-
man. senior at the University of
Florida and daughter of Mr. and
Mrs Herbert (iopman: Ian Kap-
lan, senior at the University of
Texas and son of Mr. and Mrs.
Morton Kaplan: and Allan Krai
ish. second-year student at the
University of Miami School of
Law and son ot Mr ana Mrs
Jack K rat ish
A special Oneg Shabhat recep-
tion for all college and university
students from the South Florida
area and those home for th' holi-
day break will be held in the
Pearlman Mural Room immedi
ately following the Mrvicc, ac-
cording to Temple F.manu -Kl
president Carol Greenber^-
New Year's Party
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Friday, December 25, 1981 / The Jewish Floridian Page 5-B
Continued from Page IB
u, maintained a quasi hunger-
*k" but he partook wdl.ngly of
^LntraUKi. vitamin-packed
JS food Medical sourcesisaid
^ time that he could contmue
I, diet indefinitely without ad
Se con-^uences. He was *
5 to celebrate the bturgy in
cell. He was visited penodi-
Sv by representatives of the
tod Cross and by members of his
Sen He did not want to mi*
mih other prisoners and volun-
Mrily remained in his sobtary
'tell.
The Vatican was deeply coo-
earned. When Archbishop
Capucci sent a letter to Pope Paul
VI, describing his suffering in
pnson for peace and reconcilia-
uoo among the peoplea of the
Middle East.' the Pope re-
sponded with a warm personal
feter in which he conferred "
vwy special apostolic benedic-
tion" upon Capucci.
|" EVENTUALLY. Israel began
negotiations with Vatican
luthorities who argued that the
Archbishop's failing health justi-
fied his early release on humani-
tarian grounds. (It should be
pointed out. though, that his ail-
ments were to a great extent, self-
mfbeted He refused to ever leave
his cell, and then complained
about lack of movement.) An un-
derstanding was reached between
the two sides that included the
following conditions:
Capucci would not be allowed
to make anti-Israeli propaganda
for the Arabs.
He would be posted far from
the Middle East.
The Pope's letter would not
.deny Capucci's guilt.
So on November 3. 1977, when
Capucci had finished almost
three years of his "--year sen-
tence, the Apostolic Delegate to
Jerusalem. Archbishop William
Care*, delivered a letter from
Pope Paul VI to President Kat-
ur It asked the President "to be
good as to make use of your
prerogative of clemency as Presi-
-dent of the State of Israel in favor
if Archbishop Hilarion Capucci
ind to have him released from
pnson we are confident that
this release will not be detrimen-
tal tothe State of Israel."
In his reply to the Pope. Presi-
dent Katzir said he was releasing
the Archbishop "fully recogniz-
ing the significance and the im-
portance of your request and the
aght which attaches to your
expression of confidence that the
natter will not be detrimental to
the State of Israel.'
His sentence commuted, the
Archbishop was escorted to Ben-
Gurion Airport on November 6,
1977. and put on a commercial
flight to Rome. According to
Vatican Radio, the news was re-
ceived with profound satisfaction
by the Holy See The gesture
made by the President of Israel
will certainly be welcomed ... by
the Christian communities in the
Holy Land and in particular by
the Melch.it*> community."
AFTER CELEBRATING
Mass in a Rome clinic, the Arch-
bishop held a meeting with a rep
resentative of the Palestine
Liberation Organization. Shafik
al-Hout. (It was at this meeting
that he said. "Jesus Christ was
the first fedayeen. I am just fol-
lowing his example.") Capucci
also was quoted as saying, "In
Jerusalem I left my heart. I am
married to Jerusalem. Without
her I am a walking corpse. The
Pope had to accept Israel's con-
ditions for my release, and God
thanks him for what he did .
but the conditions were worse
than a death sentence." At the
meeting with al-Hout. he said
that he would have preferred to
stay in prison if it meant staying
in Jerusalem. But he said he was
still working on a way to return.
He told al-Hout to take this mes-
sage back to the Palestinians
"Stay in your place and fight to
get Jerusalem back.''
Capucci's assignment to Latin
America for pastoral work was
received there with very mixed
feelings. The head of the Melchite
Church in Rio de Janeiro stated.
"We do not like priests of this
kind." and his counterpart in Sao
Paulo was equally adamant in
his disapproval. Another Mel-
chite spokesman said that
Capucci will have to "refrain
from political activities, other-
wise he might tum most of the
Melchite community against
him."
NONETHELESS. Capucci
went on to Venezuela, and while
there celebrated a Maa "in
memory of the victims of the
Zionist invasion of Lebanon, and
in protest against the genocide
perpetrated against the Arab
people." Among critical voices
beard was an article in Resumen:
"It is one thing to treat a theme
of the Arab-Israeli conflict ob-
jectively, with documentation,
and it is another thing to serve
propaganda pamphlets which re-
vive the myths which make
Capucci a Jesus and the Israelis
deicidal mercenaries
From Venezuela. Capucci pro-
ceeded to Argentina. While the
Moslem Arabs praised him as a
defender of Palestinian interests.
La Association Catolica publicly
disapproved of his visit, describ
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When Capucci showed up in
Damascus on January 16, 1979,
to attend meetings of the Pales-
tine National Council (PNC), the
supreme authority of the PLO
(which had elected him an
honorary member earlier that
week), his appearance caused
"acute embarrassment to the
Vatican." according to news re-
ports. The Vatican said that
Capucci "made the trip to
Damascus on his own initiative,
without the authorization of the
Holy See and without having
previously informed the Holy
See."
IN AN interview with a Leba-
nese newspaper, Capucci claimed
there was nothing in the Israel-
Vatican deal to prevent him from
making short visits to the Middle
East. Nevertheless. Pope John
Paul 11 ordered a two-pronged in-
vestigation: to bring to light the
circumstances in which Capucci
left the country where he had
agreed to live; to determine
whether Capucci intended to
obey the Vatican order to return
immediately to South America.
Capucci was summoned to
Rome, but first stopped off in
Teheran to congratulate Ayatol-
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Regina Wang, president,
Florida Council, American
Mizrachi Women and the com-
mittee for scholarship and special
gifts. Jeanne Finkelstein. Ruth
Zellner. and Rose Shapiro, an-
nounce that Roselle Silberstein.
national president of American
Mizrachi Women, will be the
guest speaker at the Chanukah
Party on behalf of Beth HayeJed-
Child Haven, on Sunday, at the
home of Isaac and Mara Benmer-
gui. Miami Beach.
This event will celebrate the
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1962 of Beth Hayeled Child
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Israel. It will house approximate-
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schools. children's villages,
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tah Ruhollah Khomeini on the
E,nin revolution. Prior to
rTnucci arrival in Rome. Msgr.
himAyad Ian official of the
Llin Patriarchate of Jeruaalem
-nd himself a member of the
Palestine National Council) ex-
ol.med the trip aa Capuccis at-
^,pt to clarify with the Pope
his open support for the Pales
/ tinian cause.
On May 7. 1979, Capucci was
n*eived in private audience by
Pope John Paul II. together with
Patriarch Maximos V Hakim of
Antioch Capucci was assigned
by the Pope as a visitor or in-
spector of Greek-Melchite com-
munities in Western Europe; his
residence would be in Rome. The
\>u York Times reported several
days later After the audience.
the Vatican s Secretary of State
presented a statement to the Is-
raeli Kmhassy in Rome outlining
the commitments that the Bishop
has assumed Israeli diplo-
mats expressed satisfaction over
the way the Pontiff and his aides
had treated the matter "
AFTER meeting John Paul
11, Capucci made a declaration to
the affect that the Pope, who
fought in his country against the
Sa/i^ had understood"
Capucci s problem." Hut ac-
cording to reliable sources, when
Capucci told the Pope, 1 de-
lenued my people just as you did
Miurs in Poland." the Pope raised
his finger at him and said. "In
Poland we defended morality
without engaging in politics
, whereas you engaged in politics
without taking morality into ac
count According to Patriarch
Maximos. Capucci's attendance
at the Palestinian talks in
Damascus had not bten dis-
cussed That is water under the
bridge "
Capucci showed little interest
in his new job with the Melchite
communities of France. Switzer-
land. Belgium and the Nether-
lands He said, in an interview
published in the Rome daily //
TUmpa "Mj ties to Jerusalem
have not Iwn cut What
counts is that I. a Hishop in exile.
have not been cut off from Jeru-
salem My Patriarch assured me
that once political problems are
solved. I will return to work as
ha Vicar in Jerusalem."
Capuccis political activities
persisted in Western Europe.
When Vasir Arafat visited Spain
D September. 1970. Archbishop
t'tpucci appeared with him. The
following February, Capucci
visited the American hostages in
Teheran He asserted that
a despite the poisonous American
publicity, the hostages were in
perfect health" During his
faster visit to the hostages, the
Archbishop again stated: "The
hostages enjoy freedom. My food
tioners was worse than animals
pt, but the food served to the
watagea is better than my meals
m Rome at present."
- ISRAEL'S Foreign Minister,
Yitzhak Shamir, stated in the
Knesset on July 2, 1980. that the
>aucan had informed Israel that
a was taking steps to honor the
Kreement under which Arch
ahop Capucci was released by
Israel from priaon.
One could say that Capucci up
"this point had acted without
authorization of the Vatican.
*mch appeared embarrassed by
aa,v.ties. As late as May.
'.980. the V
atican had expressed
.. -viv.il iiu exuresseu
approval of Capucci's visits to
Jj>. but said it couldn't control
A turning point came in
August, I960, when Pope John
dell V***d Capucci with a
JJ** Job in Iran. The small
Jj* Catholic community in
2 country had become the tar-
PJ strong official pressure.
** and nuns had been de-
Pot*, others were held in deten-
tion, and the 14 Catholic schools
faced almost certain closure. The
Pope entrusted Capucci with the
tricky job of revolving the prob-
lem. After an audience with the
Pontiff, the Archbishop traveled
to Teheran. The Papal Nuncio.
Archbishop Annibale Bugnini.
waa reported to be "clearly im-
pressed and is understood to
have reported favorably to the
Vatican."
On his return to Rome the
Archbishop told reporters that
"seven of the 14 Roman Catholic
schools occupied by Muslim
revolutionary guards earlier in
the year would be allowed to re-
open.
ON MARCH 18. 1981, a meet-
ing in Rome was held between
Cardinal Agostino Casaroli, the
Vatican Secretary of State, and
Farouk Kaddoumi. head of the
PLO's political department. As
stated by the Anti-Defamation
League in its immediate condem-
nation, the encounter was ill-
considered" at a time when in-
ternational terrorism. spear-
headed by the PLO, is on the rise
. when nuns and a Roman
Catholic bishop are senselessly
murdered lin El Salvador! and
voices raised in alarm around the
world."
The man who arranged the
meeting was none other than
Archbishop Hilarion Capucci.
Within months of ADL's and
other protests, an encouraging
sign appeared to be coming from
the Vatican the appointment
of Archimandrite Lufti Laham.
administrator of the Melchite
Church in Jerusalem, to succeed
Capucci as Archbishop and
Vicar
But as this was being written,
the Associated Press reported
that a senior Syrian official"
had confirmed that Patriarch
Hakim has definitely changed
his mind and cancelled a decision
to appoint a new bishop in Jeru-
salem." The dispatch, appearing
one day before Laham's ordina-
tion, said the promotion was de
ferred after "official Syrian inter-
vention." According to the APs
source. Syria had acted to pre-
vent the appointment 'because
Israel had welcomed the move.'
and because 'Capucci's ca3e had
become an Arab issue and not
only a church matter '
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NEW YORK Judaism, like
other religions, has undergone
profound alterations as a result of
being "Americanized," but these
changes have not led to the
development of a distinctive
American-Jewish culture.
That was the consensus of a
number of speakers at a day-long
conference celebrating the 30th
anniversary of Judaism. a
quarterly journal published by
the American Jewish Congress.
In literature, where "the illu-
sion of an American-Jewish
literary renaissance" emerged af-
ter World War II, the
phenomenon faded within a
dozen years, according to Robert
B. Alter, professor of Hebrew and
comparative literature at the
University of California at
Berkeley, one of the participants,
who noted that American Jewish
authors today write, for the most
part, within the broader Ameri-
can genre.
BUT HE pointed out that
while the vogue" of American
Jewish fiction has ebbed, recent
years have seen the emergence of
a new intellectual force a new
generation of American-bom.
American-trained Jewish
scholars on American university
campuses.
In the past. Jewish scholarship
in this country took place in
seminaries and consisted of a
transplantation of European
methods, assumptions and atti-
tudes, so that it had only
"limited connections with Ameri-
can culture in general or with the
distinctive forms of Jewish life
that might be emerging in this
country." Dr. Alter said.
E. Karff, editor of the Journal of
Reform Judaism.
Sidorsky. noting that each
branch of Judaism has managed
to adjust itself to the American
experience, said that despite on-
going predictions of a bleak
future, Judaism has managed to
survive in the United States.
"Although Judaism may seem
extinct, it always manages to
erupt when you least expect it."
he pointed out. He
acknowledged, however, that no
one can predict how the future
will shape the different
denominations. "All branches are
in a quandary." Sidorsky said
RABBI WURZBERGER was
sharply critical of the denomina-
tional concept, arguing that
"Hitlerism made us see the bank
ruptcy of the denominational ap-
proach." He contended
denominationalism was "an out-
growth of the Protestant model"
and called for a "re-Judaization"
of the synagogue and the rab-
binate.
Kabbi Kushner noted that all
religions underwent a "sea
change" when they came to the
United States. Each religion, in
eluding Judaism, he said, found
itself "colliding'with the Ameri-
can credo of individual freedom.
In an effort to bridge the gap be-
tween religion and the "radical
sense of democracy" that
emerged in the United States,
many Americans. including
Jews, have replaced traditional
religious experience with a "civil
religion" in which churches and
synagogues have become basical-
ly communal rather than reli-
gious institutions, he observed.
Wedding
LEVITTROSE
Lynn Barbara Levitt and Randy Steven Rose
were married Dec. 20. at Temple Beth Torah.
s North Miami Beach.
Lynn is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ronald
Levitt of South Dade and the bridegroom is the
son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Rose of Keystone
I Point.
Several hundred well-wishers were on hand for
:; the ceremony performed by Rabbi Max Lipschutz
:: and for the reception and dinner that followed.
Matron of honor was Mrs. Joan (Dr. Stanley!
:j: Needell of South Dade, sister of the bridegroom;
: maid of honor was Florence Pozo of Miami Beach;
jij and bridesmaids were the bride's sister-in-law.
jij Mrs. Caren (Howard! Levitt; the grooms sister
I Fran Rose; the bride's cousin. Barbara I^evitt,
:: and Miss Bonnie Mecall.
Best man was the groom's brother. Barry Rose.
and ushers included the bride's brother Howard
:: Levitt, as well as Richard Carmel. Jeff Gale and
:: Steve Keats.
The couple followed a tradition begun in the
| Lvltt family several hundred years ago by ex-
| changing their vows to words from "The Book of
| Ruth."
Among these in attendance were the brides
: grandparents. Mr. and Mrs Maurice Levitt of
;?: North Miami Beach and Mr. and Mrs. Morris
: Wortsman of Chicago.
The bride, a graduate of the University of
: Florida School of Education, is a teacher at the
> Heritage School in South Dade The bridegroom.
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Realty. North Miami Beach
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Writers Focus on Holocaust Immigrants
By BEN GALLOB
"By the end of the 60s. most of
the action had moved from the
seminaries to the university cam-
puses and was being carried on
by scholars who had grown up in
America and received their
academic training here. These
two changes in themselves have
resulted in a much fuller inter-
play between Jewish scholarship
and the larger American intellec-
tual realm, and it has been a very
productive interplay."
Harold Bloom, professor of
humanities at Yale University,
joined Prof. Alter in speculating
that a major reason for the lack of
development of a distinctive
American Jewish culture is the
absence of a sense among Ameri-
can Jews of being "in Exile."
Moreover, the fact that they are
no longer a "text-obsessed peo-
ple" has reduced the distinction
between Jews and non-Jews
this country, he explained.
in
"However, the entry into the
Jewish community of thousands
Df converts has had its impact,
because they tend to be more reli-
gious and more committed to at-
tending services and performing
rituals." Rabbi Kushner de-
clared. "At the other extreme are
Jews who reject any serious "reli-
gious confrontation'."
Rabbi Karff agreed that "in
the American ambiance, syna-
gogues have been transformed
into family affairs, and the
American rabbi has been profes-
sionalized But he added that
this is not an altogether un-
fortunate development, because
the American experience and its
tradition of pluralism "has
blunted acrimony between the
different denominations" and re-
duced conflict. "Whatever price
we have paid by being an integral
part of American society. Rabbi
Karff asserted.
NEW YORK (JTAI The
new immigrant novel, dealing
with Jewish newcomers to
America who survived the Holo
caust. reflects a profound change
in the outlook of American Jew-
ish writers who portrayed the
earlier mass Jewish immigrants
in terms of an inevitable assimi-
lation, according to an expert in
the field. Dorothy Seidman Bilik.
Bilik. assistant professor in
the German and Slavic languages
and literature department at
Maryland University, has spelled
out the difference of the impact of
the two streams of Jewish immi-
gration on American Jewish
writers in a new book. "Im-
migrant Survivors." published
by the Wesleyan University
Press.
SHE NOTED that nearly two
million Jews came to the United
States from Europe in the first
half of this century. They were
eager, voluntary immigrants,
working class people who hoped
to escape poverty and per-
secution.
In contrast, she declared, the
refugees who arrived after 1933
were richer and better educated
people who had been shocked out
of comfortable existences. She
asserted that nowhwere are the.**'
basic differences between those
experiences so apparent as in the
Jewish American fiction of this
century.
She declared that, as recently
as 1971. American critics had
argued that, after the early immi-
grant novels and the "crisis of
identity" novels of the 1950s and
1960s. Jewish American litera-
ture had exhausted its theme of
assimilation and was in danger of
declining into self-parody
IN HER BOOK. Bilik outlined
a counter-trend, a new subgenre
of Jewish American Literature,
which she said was sought to
come to terms with what is per-
haps the major historical event of
the 20th Century the Holo-
caust. Instead of the assimilation
focus, she reported, the new
immigrant novel is "deeply con-
cerned with the continuing im-
portance of the Jewish ex-
perience' and can be thought of
"as a manifestation bj
American writers of a delayed
post-Holocaust consciotlSI
She declared that the immi
grant -survivor*-" .ire the Fictional
counterparts of those Jewi ho
came to the United Stab
World War II. who sunned the
ghettoes. mass murders and
death camps She wrote they
represent what remain- of the
thousand-year-old ;ern
European Jewish culture of
Yiddish-speaking Jewl from
whom the overwhelming
majority of American lew- in
descended "
Bilik views the immigrant-sur-
vivor as an alienated, un-
assimilated and haunted Jew
Whereas earlier fictional immi
grants were able to exchange
their collective identity for anon
ymous and private careers, the
Holocaust survivor is thrust into
a symbolic. sometimes re-
demptive role. The history of the
survivor is collective history -
one stands for manv He she is
Continued on Page 20 B
NOTING THAT Jews are a
religion that became a people
rather than a people that became
a religion." Prof. Bloom declared
that "since we also are no longer
a text-obsessed people, whether
in America or Israel or anywhere,
we are in true danger of vanish-
ing from lack of real literacy than
from lack of religion or lack of de-
fense against another Holo-
caust."
In this respect, he observed,
"what is culturally problematic
about Jews aa a people is pre-
cisely what is culturally prob-
lematic about other peoples" in
American life.
America, like Hellenistic Alex-
andria, "but unlike (Nazi) Ger-
many." Prof. Bloom said, "is an
eclectic culture, of which we
(Jewsl are part."
A session devoted to "The
American Experience and Reli-
gious Denominationalism" fea-
tured a talk by Dr. David
Sidorsky. professor of philosophy
at Columbia University, and re-
sponses by editors of three Jew-
ish denominational publications
Rabbi Walter S. Wurzberger.
editor of Tradition; Rabbi Harold
S. Kushner. editor of ('onsen a^
tire Judaism; and Rabbi ^anuc'"
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Community Corner
The Rabbi Alexander S. Gross Hebrew Academy will be
. .int, varsity high school athletic teams. The Academy will
MWBDCt* IB leas1* P"? the Gulfstream Athletic Association in
h\k-tball. soccer and basketball. The Hebrew Academy is the
lv Jewlai school in the sUte of compete in high school sports.
Xh,. Hade County Chapter of the Association of Parents of
American Israelis is holding a Chanukah celebration and their
installation of officers on Sunday at 1 p.m. at the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation.
American Mizrachi Women have designated December as
Mother"1 Israel month. This project offers men and women the
oDportunitv to become mothers and fathers in Israel by symbol-
ically adopting an orphan child by making a contribution.
Miami Beach City Commissioner Alex Daoud has been
. .l(,j president of the American Federation of Senior Citizens.
Miami Hafh chapter. He succeeds Howard Kaufman. Miami
Beach invaatnMDJ counsel and president of the Greater Miami
chapter of Um American Red Magen David for Israel.
Cantor Jacob G. Bornatein. director of education at Temple
Israel of dreater Miami, will attend the 27th Annual Conference
of the National Association of Temple Kducators on Dec 25 in
Denver
Muvurah of South Florida will sponsor a Chanukah
celebration at Dante Fascell Park in South Miami on Sundav at
|0 ,i m Yisi Yanich will lead the dancing, and 1-arry Litt and
Rabhi MitrhelChefUi will be among the story tellers
The A venture Jewish Center hosted a Founders Cocktail
Part) for contributors to the building fund on Wednesday at
Turnberrj lak
Rick SchuHier. formerly director of communications for the
Jewish Community Centers of South Florida, has been named
director <>f Foundation SorvicM for the Baptist Hospital of
Miami Foundation.
The University of Miami School of Music will hold
audition- Feb 20, and March 20 for students who seek admis
-ion and-or music scholarships for the fall of 1982
Jewish Candidates Elected
TORONTO IJTAI Three
lewish candidatM were elected to
in oi Manitoba in the
:,. n rhaaa wan
Brian Corrin in Winnipeg, of the
itic Party INDP1
I arroU of Brandon,
m NDP and
: \\ innipi'K of the
Partj lh- \1>P
I i naarvativt Party
in th< i
Saul Miller and Saul Cher-
mack. Cabinet Miniatars in a pre-
view NDP Bjoveramant, had
withdrawn from the contest
before the election wai caOad
Sydne) Gro
an r.iru.T NDP I .>'''
i.w party, the Pro|
which elected no mambers xi Spivak, fonnai Conn
live leader and Cabinet MuUatOI
did not run for reelection
Charter Flights Approved
TEL ,\\l\ UTA) The
: tiracton of El Al has
approved an agreement with a
larga LraveJ aganc) in California
to operate weakly charter flights
bttween Us Angeles and Tel
Aviv
At the first stage. El Al will
operate 30 flights, once a week.
Winning next April. It will be
U* longest distance flight
JWV Ladies to Meet
President of the Norman Bruce
Brown No 174 Ladies Auxiliary
Jewish War Veterans Mae
Schreiln-r will welcome Dade
County Council President Irene
Cooperman and her staff to the
regular business meeting on Sun-
toy at 10 a.m. at the Israelite
Center Temple. A Chanukah
Party will follow
On Monday, the auxiliary will
hold their social meeting between
12:30 and 4 p.m. at the South
Miami Community Center.
Hostesses for the month are
Pearl Weinstein and Gert
Raderman.
operated by the airline It it not
vet clear whether the [light will
include a stopover in Europe
After the firel 30 flights. 1.1 Al
Will consider whether to establish
this route on a regular basis or
merely add one more weekly
flight.
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Hadassah Zionist Youth Com-
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Chanukah Torch Rally this
Sunday at two locations. The
North rally will be held at the
Skylake Mall West Parking Lot
at 4:30 p.m., and the participants
will march to the Michael-Ann
Russell JCC where a cere-
mony will take place at 5 p.m. In
the South, the march will begin
at the Miami Dade Community
College South Campus Main
Entrance at 4:30. and at 5 p.m. a
ceremony will take place at the
South Dade JCC.
Among those members of the board of directors attending the
35th Annual Meeting and Dinner Dance held by the Miami
Jewish Home and Hospital for the Aged were (left to right)
Carol Greenberg; Judge Sidney Aronovitz, who served as in-
stallation officer; Dr. Irving Lehrman; Irving Cypen, chairman
of the board and honorary president, and newly-elected board
member Sidney Cooperman.
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Rothschild Reelected to FSJU
PARIS (JTA) Guy de
Rothschild and his son, David,
were reelected by an overwhelm-
ing majority to the executive
committee of Frances major Jew-
ish organization, the United
Jewish Welfare Fund (FSJU).
Both Rothschilds were reelected
in spite of reports that several
members of the FSJU National
Council, the organization's per-
manent general assembly, would
vote against them because of the
banking family's overly close ties
with the former Administration
of President Valery Giacard
d'Estaing.
Members of the Rothschild
family have headed most of
France's major Jewish insti-
tutions since the post-war years.
Several Jewish splinter move-
ments have bitterly attacked
them, claiming they had not
opposed vigorously enough Gis-
card's Middle East policy and of
having been lukewarm in their
support of Israel. Both Guy and
David de Rothschild have
adamantly denied these claims
and have reiterated on numerous
occasions their support for Israel.
Fun 'n Games
in
Freeport/Lucaya
Only 35 minutes away on Grand Bahama
Island is El Casino, the most lavish pleasure
palace in the Western Hemisphere. Two Con-
tinental restaurants El Morocco and the
Oasis await your dining tastes. Tibor
Rudis' Crazy Gang, a colorful revue is
featured twice nightly except Monday.
Fly to Freeport/Lucaya. Tempt Lady Luck
at El Casino. Visit the fabulous Garden of the
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Israel Won't
Negotiate'
gays Shamir
By GIL SEDAN
V ^ that Israel would never
[Eon Organization even if
PLO recognizes Israel s nght
^ He told the Knesset's
..sign A Hairs and Security
I^Bcil that there was no reason
JJljrtel to change its policy.
Shamir's remark was an in-
fed response to President Rea
, r-ent comment that the
K would negotiate with the
PLOonlv if it recognized Iwael's
mht io exist American officials
C* consistently reiterated that
pant and made U.S. contact with
pi.O also conditional on its
vptanre of Security Council
(solution* 242 and 338 which are
tie framework within which the
Camp David agreements were
mm.
Shamir also repeated his earlier
contention that Jordan is the
Palestinian state Things should
be presented in this light so that
the world will not regard the
Palestinians as a homeless peo-
ple, he said According to
Shamir the problem of the
Palestinians ia not a national
problem but merely the problem
million people 'living in
Judea and Samaria.' He claimed
Jut many countries were begin-
ning to uaderstand this line of ar-
gument He did not name them.
Replying to Labor MK Yossi
Sand s urging that Israel sus-
ped arms sale to Latin Ameri-
cas juntas. Shamir said Israel
was careful to a\oid involvement
ib civil wars in that region but
there was nc way to refrain
entirely from the arms sales.
Friday, December 26,1981 / The Jewish Flocidian Pay 1 IB
Beth Torah Congregation was one of 65 congregations affiliated
with the United Synagogue of America, the Congregational
arm of the Conservative Movement of Judaism, awarded the
Solomon Schechter Award. The award was presented for
outstanding collegiate activities, at the recent Biennial Con-
vention of the United Synagogue held at the Concord Hotel in
Kiamesha Lake, New York. Shown presenting and accepting
the award for Beth Torah are (left to right/; Dr. Jacob Litman,
consultant to Award Committee; Simon Schwartz, immediate
past president. United Synagogue; Dr Judith Lax, chairman,
Solomon Schechter Awards Committee; Harvey L. Brown,
executive director, Beth Torah Congregation; Marshall
Baltuch, president, Beth Torah; Rochelle Baltuch, chairman.
Awards Committee, Beth Torah; Rabbi Max Lipschitz,
spiritual leader, Beth Torah; Rhoda Lipschitz, Beth Torah;
Marshall Wolke, president. United Synagogue; Rabbi Ben-
jamin Z. Kreitman, executive vice president. United
Synagogue; Jean L. Lewis, chairman. United Synagogue
Biennial Convention.
First Solar Power In Israel George Fraiberg to be Honored
By HUGH ORGEL
TKL AVIV (JTAI The
first application of solar power
for commercial purposes has
begun in Israel A specially-built
computer activated 500-square
meters of solar energy collectors
to produce steam running an
electric generator at the Tapud
food factory in Shaar Hanegev
The product French fried
potatoes
The solar power plant, known
as the Luz system or LSI. was
designated by Arnold Goldman.
an engineer who recently immi-
grated from the US American
experts described it as the most
efficient solar generator in the
world. The Tapud factory is the
first to use it on a commercial
basis.
The svstem is composed of a
battery of long parabolic mirrors
in the form of troughs which re-
flect sunlight on an oil-filled pipe
in the center of the trough. The
liquid in the pipe absorbs the
sun s heat and transforms it into
steam energy at temperatures of
up to 'J.r>0 degrees C. The com-
puter keeps the troughs pointed
directly at the sun for maximum
efficiency
The Jacob C. Cohen Commu-
nity Synagogue will honor
George Fraiberg at a special Cha-
nukah luncheon on Sunday in the
social hall of the Synagogue.
According to Abraham Plat-
man, chairman, "We rarely have
such a dedicated person whose
entire life is devoted to the wel-
fare of our synagogue.
Serving with Platman are Sol
Kreval. Solomon Weiss. Bertha
Lieber and Sadie Gottlieb. Rabbi
Tibor H. Stern will make a spe-
cial presentation to the guest of
honor.
George Fraiberg
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Brand Name Foods Offer
Birds Eye Broccoli
1 package (16 oil Birds Eye broccoli.
French green beans, pearl onions and red peppers
2 tablespoons flour
Two thirds cup mayonnaise
Two thirds cup milk
Two thirds cup shredded cheddar cheese
1 > cup soft breed crumbs
1 tablespoon butter or margarine
Prepare vegetables as directed on package: drain. Mix flour into
mayonnaise: then gradually blend in milk. Stir in one third cup of the
cheese. Saute bread crumbs lightly in butter in small skillet. Combine
vegetables and mayonnaise mixture in 1-quart casserole. Top with
bread crumbs and remaining cheese. Bake at 350 degrees for 15
minutes until bubbly and lightly browned. Makes about 3-li cups or 5
servings.
Ideas From The Kraft Kitchens
DEVILED EGG CANAPES
6 hard-cooked eggs
14 cup Miracle Whip salad dressing
2 tablespoons chopped sweet pickle
' i teaspoon salt
12 white bread slices
1 8-oz. pkg. Philadelphia Brand cream cheese
2 teaspoons Kraft pure prepared mustard
Cut eggs in half. Remove yolks: mash Blend in salad dressing,
pickle and salt Refill egg whites, spreading egg mixture across flat
side of whites Cut break slices into ovals. '4-inch larger than size of
egg halves Place eggs, flat side down, on breed slices. Combine
softened cream cheese and mustard, mixing until well blended. Using
pastry tube, pipe cream cheese mixture around eggs on bread Garnish
with parsley, if desired.
1 dozen
Variation: Substitute 12 party rye or pumpernickel bread slices
for trimmed white bread slices.
Hanukkah Bread With Bran Chex
The fragant aroma of Cinnamon Swirl Bread barely hints of the
goodness baked into each loaf. Just the thought of cinnamon-sugar
and raisins swirled throughout delicious whole wheat bread is mouth-
watering.
Serve this homemade bread cut thick and generously buttered, or
toast for a deliciously good breakfast treat. Either way. Cinnamon
Swirl Bread will be a hit. Aren't you glad the recipe makes two loaves?
CINNAMON SWIRL BREAD
2 cups Bran Chex Cereal
One third cup sugar
14 cup shortening
2 teaspoons salt
1' 4 and 4 cups warm water
1 cup milk
1 package active dry yeast OR
1 cake compressed yeast
4 'to 5 i cups all-purpose flour
1 teaspoon cinnamon
1 '/, cups raisins
2 'i tablespoons butter or margarine, melted
Cinnamon Sugar (Two thirds cup shredded
2 teaspoons cinnamon I
In large bowl combine cereal, sugar, shortening and salt. Heat 1
1 cups water and milk to boiling. Pour over ingredients in bowl Cool
to lukewarm (80-85 degrees). Stir frequently. Dissolve yeast in re-
maining 4 cup water. Stir into cereal mixture.
Add 1 "i cups flour and cinnamon. Mix well. Stir in raisins and
enough additional flour to form a stiff dough. Form into a ball. Turn
out onto lightly floured board. (Amount of flour called for in recipe in-
cludes that used in kneading.) Let rest 10 minutes. Knead until
smooth and elastic. Form into a ball. Place in greased bowl. Turn to
grease all sides. Cover. Let rise in warm place (80-85 degrees) until
double in bulk, about 1 hour. Punch dough down. Turn over in bowl
Cover. Let rise again in warm place until double in bulk, about 1 hour.
Punch dough down. Place on lightly floured board Knead about 2
minutes. Divide in half. Roll each half to a 9 x 12-inch rectangle. Brush
lightly with melted butter Sprinkle each with half the Cinnamon
Sugar Tightly roll as for jelly roll, beginning at narrow end Shape
into loaves. Place seam side down in 2 greased 8'n 4Vt x 2' i inch loaf
pans. Brush tops lightly with melted butter. Cover. Let rise in warm
place until almost double in bulk, about 30 minutes. Bake in preheated
350 degree oven for one hour or until done. Remove from pan at once
Cool on rack. Drizzle with confectioners frosting if desired Makes 2
loaves.
Serving J&B of Course
This season put J&B scotch at the top of your list of the many
different items you'll need for your great holiday get-togethers JAB
complements the delicious food on your Hanukkah table, and the cozi-
ness of your home. Your company will over and over commend you on
making this Hanukkah one of the best they've ever spent. Express
your warm feelings by giving J&B as Hanukkah gifts to friends,
family and business colleagues. Give and serve J&B the scotch that
whispers.
Appetizer Bagels
Miniature bagels, split
Soft Philadelphia Brand
cream cheese
Lox
Shredded carrot
Capers
Ripe olive slices
Spread bagels with cream
cheese: top with lox. Sprinkle
with carrot, capers or olives, as
desired.
MOTTS APPLE SAUCE
AND POTATO LATKES.
OF COURSE!
There are so many delicious
recipes to choose for your Han-
ukkah meals, from the oldies but
goodies that Mom made while
you were growing up. to all their
variations since you began cook-
ing for your family. Which ever
recipes you choose. Mott's
Apple Sauce is on? of the neces-
sary crowd pleasers From start
to finish, it goes great with
everything. Use Mott's Apple
Sauce with potato latkes for a
start, as a side dish with your
main course, and again as a great
dessert. Its flavor helps accen-
tuate the goodness of your other
holiday favorites.
Corned Beef
Wellington
With Gulden's
(12 oz.) corned beef
11 cup chopped onion
11 cup chopped green
pepper
': cup soft bread crumbs
1 tablespoon
Worcestershire Sauce
1 egg. slightly beaten
2 tablespoons Gulden's
Spicy Brown Mustard
1 package pie crust mix
Finely chop corned beef. Com
bine with all other ingredients
except pie crust Form into loaf
Place in refrigerator for one hour
to chill. Meantime, make up
pastry according to package di-
rections. Roll out to form a 10" x
12" rectangle. Place chilled loaf
in center. Fold pastry over loaf
and seal. Bake at 425 degrees for
20 to 25 minutes.
Maccabee Salad
2 cups cubed cooked
turkey
1 cup sliced celery
1 can II lb. 4 oz.I
cubed pineapple.
drained
lean (lib.)
bean sprouts, drained
3 packets
G. Washington's (R)
Golden Seasoning
and Broth
1 cup mayonnaise
1 tablespoon lemon
dash nutmeg
daah ginger
Combine turkey, pineapple,
bean sprouts, and G. Washing-
ton's Golden Seasoning and
Broth in a medium sized bowl
Stir together mayonnaise, lemon
juice, nutmeg and ginger. Serve
turkey salad on greens, topped
with dressing. Serves 4.
Kasekuchen
Hanukkah Favorites
Hanukkah is here again and
it's time to enjoy making and
eating all those good recipes for
this special time. What better
way to complement your table
than with Sunmaid Raisins and
Sunsweet Pitted Prunes. Their
unique satisfying taste helps im-
prove even more the good tasting
food on your menu. Whether you
use Sunmaid Raisins in cakes or
pies, the Pitted Prunes in daiush
or as just a dessert, they really do
make your meal better
Remember both products are also
s great snack
* '
One third cup Parkay margarine
One third cup sugar
legg
114 cups flour
3 8oz. pkgs. Philadelphia Brand cream cheese
-4 cup sugar
2 tablespoons flour
1 teaspoon vanilla
3eggs
2 tablespoons milk
1 10 oz jar Kraft strawberry preserves
Cream margarine and sugar until light and fluffy Blend in era
Add flour; mix well. Spread onto bottom and l11 inches hifh around
sides of 9-inch springform pan. Bake at 450 degrees. 5 minutes
Combine softened cream cheese, sugar, flour and vanilla. muunei
at medium speed on electric mixer until well blended. Add eggs one
a time, mixing well after each addition. Blend in milk; pour into crust
Bake at 450 degrees. 10 minutes. Reduce oven temperature to 250
degrees, continue baking 25 minutes. Loosen cake from rim of
cool before removing rim of pan. Chill. Spread with presen es
Hanukkah Peach Frappe
3 tablespoons instant
Maxwell House.
Yuban or Sanka
brand 100 percent
caffein free coffee
m cups cold water
Vi cup bourbon
1 can! 16 oz.) sliced
peaches, chilled
1 teaspoon nutmeg
1 pint vanilla
icecream
Crushed ice
Or use 1 package
(10oz.) Birds Eye
quick thaw peaches,
thawed: makes about
4 cups.
or use 2 cups cold
water and 1 tablespoon
imitation rum flavor.
Dissolve instant coffee in cold
water in a medium bowl; stir in
bourbon and set aside Reserve 5
small peach slices for garnish, if
desired. Combine remaining
peaches with syrup, the nutmeg
and about l-'i cups of the ice
cream in blender container. Blend
at high speed until smooth. Add
to coffee mixture: blend well.
Serve in tall glasses over crushed
ice or pour into punch cups. Top
each serving with a small scoop
of the remaining ice cream.
Garniah with reserved peach
slices and mint sprigs, if desired.
Makes about 5 cups or 5 large or
10 small servings.
MAZOLAS
HOLIDAY BROWNIES
1 cup sugar
' i cup unsifted flour
6 tablespoons
unsweetened cocoa
' 4 teaspoon salt
V cup Mazola
Corn Oil
2 eggs
1 cup coarsely
chopped walnuts
1 teaspoon vanilla
Grease and flour 8 x 8 x 2-inch
baking pan In medium bowl stir
together sugar, flour, cocoa and
salt. Stir in corn oil. Add eggs,
one a* a time, beating well after
each addition. Stir in nuts and
vanilla. Turn into prepared pan.
Bake in 350 degrees oven 26
minutes or until cake tester
inserted in center comes out
clean. Cut into 2 inch squares
while still warm. Makes 16
squares.
YOUR SPECIAL
HANUKKAH INGREDIENT
What better way to enrich your
Hunakkah meals this year than
with Mueller's noodles. As part
of the main course, or as a side
dish they accent the rest of the
meals good taste. Be assured
that when you put Mueller's
noodles on your table you've
served the vary beet noodles For
your family and guests this holi-
day, serve what tastes good, and
* good Mueller's noodles, the
ingredient for meal perfection
HAVEACIP0F
HANUKKAH CHEER
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day. coffee can help create i
thing special.
Candlelight Coffee
1 tablespoon Maxim
100 percent freeze-dred |
coffee or Brim freeze
dried decaffeinated
coffee
li cup cold water
1 cup finely shaved
or crushed ice
'i cupcreme
de cacao liqueur
Or use Maxwell
House coffee
Dissolve coffee in water,
into cocktail shaker w ith ice Ad
liqueur and shake vigorously!
Pour over additional crushed
in cocktail glasses and serve wit
short straws. Makes about 2 cup
or 4 servings
Dreidl
6 tablespoons instant
Maxwell House. Yuban |
or Sanka brand
97 percent caffein
free coffee
2 tablespoons wine
two-third cup sugar
3 quarts cold muz
Prepared whipped
topping
Or use one-third cup
Maxim 100 percent
freeze-dneti or Sanka
brand freeze-dned
97 percent caffein free
coffee
Combine coffee and win*
bowl or in electric blends
tainer. Beat with hand beater <
30 seconds at high speed of i
trie blender until coffee is
solved. Add sugar and 3 cupe i
the milk and beat until blende
Pour into punch bowl, stir m i
maining milk. Top with dollops (
whipped topping and spnnk
with nutmeg, if desired Serve i
punch cups. Makes
quarts or 25 servings
Traditional Detiriou
Foolproof
Kasha Formula
1 cup Wolff s Kasha
1 egg. slightly beaten
2 cups boiling '"MU'd
(water, chicken, beef.
or vegetable broth)
1 teaspoon salt (use
less if broth is
highly seasoned!
14 teaspoon pepper
2 tablespoons butter
or margarine
(optional)
In two-quart sauce or skuWj
combine kasha, egg. and seasoj
ings. Stir constantly o*f
medium heat for about "
minutes or until the egg **
and each grain us separate aw
dry. Add boiling liquid. c"v*r]
tightly, and cook gently oyenp
heat for 15 minutes or until *
grains are tender If desired._*
in butter or margarine
about 3 cups.
about
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iday Treats
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Kasha Tabbouli
1 cup cooked Wolff's
Kasha (whole.
coarse, or medium)
one-third cup chopped
green onions
about 15 fresh mint
leaves, chopped
1 < cup chopped parsley
1 large tomato.
seeded and chopped.
salted to taste
1 tablespoon lemon
juice, red wine
vinegar and
oil dressing
Romaine lettuce leaves
Tabbouli is best prepared with
kasha that has been cooked in
chicken broth. Combine all ingre-
dit-nc -. using sufficient salad
Iraasiag to moisten kasha (about
3-4 Tablespoons). Chill for at
leasi 2 hours before serving
Place Tabbouli in center of plate.
surround it with Romaine leaves
to be used as 'scoops'' to eat this
tanity appetizer. (A food
processor speeds preparation.)
Serves 4-5 as hors d'oeuvre or 2-3
as salad course.
BREYERS YOGURT
HANUKKAH
A layered pasta dish that's
topped off with tomatoes. A little
Italian and a lot of good.
YOGURT-MUSHROOM
LASAGNE
2 tbla butter or margarine
' i cup finely chopped onion
1 pound thinly sliced
mushrooms
1 cup hot water
1 beef bouillon cube
1tap. each thyme, basil,
and oregano, crushed
1 tbla. cornstarch
1 tbla. cold water
1 cup (8 oa.) Breyers
Plain Yogurt
i oound lasagne noodles,
cooked e
12 or. ahradded MouaraUa
cheese
' cup grated Parmeean
cheese
2 medium tomatoes, sliced
1 Saute onions in butter; add
mushrooms, cooking until liquid
^'sporates.
2. Dissolve bouillon cube in hot
water, add to mushrooms: add
herbs, cover and simmer 10
minutes.
3. Dissolve cornstarch in cold
*ter. add to yogurt. Stir yogurt
"Ho mushrooms. Heat.
4 Spoon '/ mushroom mixture
mto fUt 2-quart casserole;
spnntkle V* Mosxarella and
Parmesan cheese over mush
rooms, arrange on third noodle
vw cheese and mushrooms.
R*Pe*1 2 more times, ending with
yer of mushrooms. Plsce
tomatoes over the top; sprinkle
remaining v cheese over
fc>matoes. Bake at 350 degrees F.
^0 to 25 minutes. Makes 4 to 6
ervmgt.
t use another cooked noodle
or pasts
Robert Segal
Right Time to Remember Wallenberg
Festival Snack Mia
1 package (15 ox.I
toasted wheat
cereal (10 cups)
1 package (Hoi.) bite-
size toasted rice
cereal (10 cups)
10 cups unsalted
popped popcorn
1 cup Mazols Corn Oil
14 cup Worcestershire
sauce
1 tablespoon dried
basil leaves
2 teaspoons onion salt
2 teaspoons garlic salt
In large bowl toss together
cereals and popcorn. In small
bowl stir together com oil. Wor-
cestershire sauce, basil, onion
salt and garlic salt. Pour over
cereal-popcorn mixture Toss
gently until well coated. Place in
large baking pans Hske in 250
clegi tea oven, stirring occasional-
ly. 30 minutes. Cool before
serving Makes 30 cups.
STEWED TOMATOES
FOR COLD
HANUKKAH EVENINGS
8 to 10 ripe tomatoes
(about)
2 tablespoons
Mazola Margarine
11 cup chopped
green pepper
1 cup chopped celery
11cup chopped
green onion
2 teaspoons salt
' i teaspoon dried
basil leaves
1 teaspoon pepper
1. cup corn starch
14 cup wster
Quarter enough tomatoes to
measure l-'t quarts. In 3-quart
saucepan melt margarine over
medium heat. Add green pepper,
celery and onion, cook until
tender. Add tomatoes, salt, basil
leaves and pepper Bring to boil,
reduce heat; cover and simmer 10
minutes. Stir together com
starch and wster until smooth.
Add to tomato mixture. Stirring
constantly, bring to boil over
medium heat and boil 1 minute,
makes 5 cups.
A Great Way to Finish Your
Holiday Meal.
Froaea
Peppermint Dessert
3 cups water
I envelope
unflavored gelatin
Kt cup sugar
one and one-third cups
non fat dry milk
II cup Mazola corn oil
one-third cup light
corn syrup
two-thirds cup crushed
hard peppermint candy
1 teaspoon vanilla
extract
>^ teaspoon salt
Pour 1 cup of the wster into a
small ssucepan. Sprinkle in
gelatin; let stand until gelatin is
softened Stir in sugar Heat over
medium heat, stirring constantly,
just until dissolved. (Do not boil.)
Remove from heat. Pour remain-
ing 2 cups water in large bowl,
sprinkle in dry milk; beat st low
speed of electric mixer Add corn
oil. com syrup, sugar gelatin
mixture, crushed candy, vanilla
and salt; beat until well mixed.
Pour into refrigerator trays or 9 x
5 x 3-inch loaf pan Freeze until
firm abut 1-inch from sides of
pan. Turn into large bowl and stir
to distribute crushed candy Re-
turn to trays or loaf pan. Cover,
freeze until firm. Serve topped
with additional crushed candy, if
desired. Makes 6 cups.
There is one who delivereth
and saveth Israel,'' it is written
in the first book of the Macca-
bees Well may we think of that
stirring line when we celebrate
Chanukah. commemorating the
heroism of Judah Maccabee and
his small, valiant band of fighters
for religious freedom.
This year, as we mark the
holiday with justifiable pride, we
have good reason to honor one
who delivered and saved some-
where between 30,000 and
100,000 Jews when the pincers of
the Nazis of Germany and their
depraved comrades, members of
the Arrow Cross Party of
Hungary, closed in on them.
The modem hero, this mighty
man of valor, whose herculean ef-
forts to rescue Jews from death
have too long gone insufficiently
recognized, is. of course. Raoul
Wallenberg, scion of a wealthy
Swedish family.
AFTER THE United States
Senate and the House of Rep-
resentatives voted to grant him
honorary citizenship. President
Reagan in signing the measure,
spoke of his accomplishments ss
a deed of biblical proportions.
"Wherever he is." the President
said, "his humanity bums like a
torch." an observation that can
well be repeated in the season of
Chanukah.
The only other foreigner ever
to be named honorary citizen of
the U.S. was Winston Churchill.
It is the prayerful hope of thou-
sands that the recognition now
accorded Raoul Wallenberg is not
posthumous; but it would be a
miracle if the next chapter in his
illustrious career finds him still
alive.
Bom Aug. 4, 1912. in Sweden.
Wallenberg had one Jewish an-
cestor who converted to Chris-
tianity in the 18th century. As a
child, he enjoyed vacations in
France. Germany and Holland.
He traveled widely; and he was
graduated in 1935 from the
University of Michigan where he
studied architecture. In that
same era when he worked in a
Dutch bank in Haifa, he met Ger-
man refugees.
FATE PLACED him in Buds-
pest ss s special attache to the
Swedish legation in 1944. In
those hours, as Hitler faced de-
feat, the Nazi tyrant called upon
Adolph Eichmann to mount final
murderous acts against the
900.000 Jews in Hungary. In that
period also, under the urging of
Henry Morgenthsu, Secretrary of
the Treasury, the Roosevelt Ad-
ministration created the War
Refugee Board. Armed with Swe-
dish credentials and a passion for
cheating death. Raoul Wallen-
berg distributed 20,000 passports
to Jews in Budapest in one re-
sponse to the behests of the War
Refugee Board. He did much
more: he snatched Jews from
Kichmann inspired death
marches, pulled Jews off de
i portation trains, placed hunted
Jews in Budapest houses flying
the Swedish flag: he personally
brought medical supplies for
Jews who were ill and bread for
hungry Jews.
He even faced Eichmann
across the table Eichmann failed
in hia attempt to have the brave
Swede murdered; but where the
Nazi flunked out. the Russians
succeeded in ending Wallenberg's
mercy mission.
Coming ss victors into Buds-
pest, they thought he might be
an American spy. Since he had
funds for his rescue efforts, did
not this money come from con-
temptible cspitalist sources?
Trapped by Kremlin paranoia,
Wallenberg spent more than 30
years in Russian prisons. Some
who hsve shared incarceration
with him believe he may still live.
NOW WASHINGTON has a
fulcrum Wallenberg's hono-
rary American citizenship for
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CHILDREN in Yemen dad in blue would
pretend they are Haamonean soldiers fighting the
ancient Greeks, at the same time as the smell of
shortbread cookies made with goose fat fills the
air of a home of Czechoslovakia^ origin on
Chanukah night. And in Israel itself, a torch relay
lights up Modi in, the site where the Jewish revolt
against the Greeks began. Throughout the world.
Chanukah. the festival commemorating the
triumph of the Jews over the religious and
national persecutions imposed by the Greeks, is
marked by a wide variety of games, festivals,
foods and folk tales.
While traditional observances such as lighting
the menorah and eating foods made with oil are
almost universal, several customs unique to each
Jewish ethnic group have been incorporated into
the holiday celebration.
As children in most countries spin the dreidel
a form of Chanukah gambling which recalls
the Maccabean miracle children in Iran play
how ChiloRen
Wor16 Ovep
enjoy Chanukah
By FERN ALLEN
Diet Center
1819 Ponce de Leon Blvd. 448-7753
Wishes All Their Friends A Customers
A Very Happy Chanukah
Camelot Mill
Work, Inc.
12123 SW 114 Place 253-2069
Chanukah Greetings To All
Burck Air
Conditioning Corp.
5043 SW 8th Street 442-8023 or 442-8055
A Happy Chanukah To All
South Dixie
Windows & Doors
8500 SW 129 Terr.. Miami 253-4262
Happy Chanukah
Surfside Bootery &
Boutique
9537 Harding Ave Miami Beach 866-2731
Happy Chanukah
Bay Power Marine, Inc.
DISCOUNT MARINE CENTER
7360 N W 56 Street 888-0633
Wishes The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Hapyy Chanukah
20 20 Opticians
6201 SW 70 St. Miami 666-2020
9299 SW 152 St.. Miami 255-2600
Happy Chanukah
Holbert Electric
1434 Alton Road. Miami Beach
Happy Chanukah
672-6611
Gordon's Seven Seas
170079 St. Causeway 868-6542
1832 S. Young Circle 923-0711
Happy Chanukah
Frank Edellen Buick
2100 NE 2nd. Avenue 573-5800
Broward 5256143
Happy Chanukah To All
Sandor French Bakery
2245 W. Flagler St., Miami 642-8484 *
A Very Happy Chanukah To All
Caramba's
Restaurant & Lounge
1559 Sanset Drfve 6654217
Wishes Everyone A happy Chanukah
Ceasar's Custom Interiors
1120 E. 25th. St.. Hialeaa 8364137
Wishes Their Friends-Relatives-Customers
A Very Happy Chanukah
Master Carpets Inc.
18030 S. Dixie Hwy 233-2511
Happy Chanukah
Ralph's Tailoring
and Alterations
13130 W. Dixie Hwy., Miami 891-7484
Happy Chanukah To The Jewish Community
Slides Inc.
1465 South Miami Ave., Miami 373-1585
Happy Chanukah
Brower Press
12365 W. Dixie Hwy. 893-4603
Se Habla Espanol
Wishes Everyone A Happy Chanukah
Frank's Grooming, Inc.
PETS
893 NE 79 Street. Miami 751-3328
Happy Chanukah
Sunset Bakery
8788 Sunset Dr.. Miami 279-7888
Happy Chanukah
Surry's Jewelry
Exchange Inc.
1677 NE 163 St.. No. Miami Beach 944-2033
Happy Chanukah
Michael Young
Factory Outlet
1040 NE 181 St.. Miami 661-3860
Happy Chanukah
Westchester Card &
Gift Boutique, Inc.
8449 Coral Way 264-8262
Holiday Greetings To AU
Westchester Barber &
Styling Shop
8497 Coral Way 281-9106
Holiday Greetings To AU
Franky's Upholstery
1144 SW8th St
Ml.mi-856-4566
Wishes All His Customers & Friends
A Very Happy Chanukah
Jimmie's Machine Shop
3621 NE 1 Ct. 5764947
Would Like To Wish Everyone
A Very Happy Chanukah
Sportsman Bar & Sub Shop
272 Aragon Avenue, Coral Gabies 442-9622
Wishes A11A Happy Chanukah
other games of chance such as tachte-ner, similar
to the game of shesh-besh which is popular in
Israel. Yemenite children make their dreidels out
of nutshells, but the dreidel may come in lead.
wood, plastic or glass.
POODS ARE cooked with oil to recall the
miracle ot the one small cruse of oil found in the
Temple which lasted eight days. Potato pancakes
abound in American homes as well as in other
countries. Doughnuts are also usually eaten in
Israel and all over the Jewish world. Many East
European homes cook their food with goose fat
instead of conventional oil. As the
Czechoslovakian mother bakes her shortbread
cookies with the poultry fat. many other East Eu-
ropean families use it to fry turnips, radishes,
olives and onions for a salad known as retakh.
The ingredients are used because they were popu
lar in the Maccabean period. Since the carrot
season in Yemen coincides with Chanukah. roost
Jewish families there feast on lahis gizar. a type
Holland Machinery
395 E. 10th. Ave.. Hialeah 885-3610
Happy Chanukah
Nobewood Furniture
4975 Eaat 10th Ave.. Hialeah-6884331
Happy Chanukah
Mr. Carmen Beauty Salon
1604 Washington Ave.. Miami Beach 534-2900
Happy Chanukah
Louie Aguirne
Paint & Body Shop
7111 NWtiCt.. Miami -- 754-8659
__________Happy Chanukah _________
Lemon Tree Nursery
2160 NW 79 St. Miami 696-4221
Holiday Greetings To AU
KENDALL RACQUET BALL
AND HEALTH CLUB
Located in the Dadeland Weat
Of flee Park at the intersection
of N. Kendall Drive & SW 107 Ave.
Phone 596-0600
he Fashions of Miami
2503 NW 5th Avenue-576-8963
Hapy Chanukah
UAttache
78789 Biscayne Blvd. 935 05S8
Mr. Samon Yardany
Happy Chanukah
Miami Photography
College
20920 E. Dixie Hwy.rTM.B. 931-0211
Naxt Starling Data April 4,1982
_________Happy Chanukah________
Lazaro's Waste
Service Inc.
255 NW 28 St -635-2210
Happy Chanukah
Kaufman Press
1445 North Miami Avenue. Miami-374-3587
Happy Chanukah
Dixie Highway Liquor
094
19343 South Dixie Highway-232
Happy Chanukah
2426
Public Gas Company
6890 NW25 Si Miami-871-2110
Happy Chanukah


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of carrot stew.
The custom of giving Chanukah gelt (money) is
non-existent in Moslem countries, but seems very
common in countries where Christianity is the
dominant religion It is believed that this custom
may have been transferred from Purim to
Chanukah to compete with the Christmas
presents that Christian children received, ac-
cording to Dr. Kliezer Marcus, a professor at the
Hebrew University of Jerusalem's Jewish Folk-
lore Institute.
He also noted that the Chanukah candles are
usually lit on window sills, although some ethnic
groups light them outside the house to advertise
the miracle of the festival. A giant menorah is lit
in Israel on top of the Knesset and on other
Dreidel f'svivon') made of glass. Con-
temporary Israel. Hechal Shlomo,
Jerusalem.
Happy Chanukah
Dixie National Bank
The Better Banking People
Full Service Bank
13001 South Dixie Highway 238-3535
*
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S&H Janitorial Service
Office Specialists-Carpet Cleaning
625-2120
Happy Chanukah
Happy Chanukah
Food Among The Flowers
21 N.E. 36 St^Miami-576-0000
Posibly the most unique dining experience
In Florida
Wishes all their friends and customers
A Happy Chanukah
Pilgrim Diner &
Restaurant
Route 23 Cedar Groves
New Jersey
Taj-Mahal of N.M.B.
20320 NW 2nd Ave.-N M.B-944-7923
Happy Chanukah
Bartley Electric Co.
10840 S. W. 68 Drive. Miami 595 5 797
Happy Chanukah
[Brantley's Courier Service
371-0421
Happy Chanukah
Bobcat Electrical
Service Inc.
U343 Memorial Hwy Miami 893 1888
Happy Chanukah
Carpet Cash & Carry Inc.
12961 SW 86 Ave Road-232-0174
920 West 84 St.-657-4342
Happy Chanukah
Bogey's Barn
Restaurant & Lounge
, 9300 SW 152 St.-253-6766
'bir Special, Choice ol Any Chicken Dinner few Two
$9 96 With Coupon
Happy Chanukah_______
Performance Marine
7701 NW 54 Street-Miami
592-1702
Happy Chanukah
Special New Amf Sailboat tor two $695 00
Sun Screen
110706 SW 190 St,Miami
Residential Vechicle Commercial
Call 252-1815
'Window tinting by a nice Jewish Boy'
Alco Roofing Co.
261-6005
4240 SW 70 Court
Happy Chanukah
BlaylockOilCo.
124 S.FIagler St.-247-7249
Happy Chanukah
China Inn
14255 NW 7 Ave.Miami-681-0012
Happy Chanukah
B&I Electrical
Contractors Inc.
3945 SW 61 Ave.-661-6619
Happy Chanukah
Aeroplatina, Inc.
4?1 W. 28th St. Hlaleah-885-2514
Happy Chanukah
Climate Doctors
1400 NE 199 SI.-651-3070
Happy Chanukah
Discount Pro Shop
At Kendall Lakes West Golf Club
15101 N. Kendall Dr.-382-3936
Happy Chanukah
Eva & Co.
6629 S. Dixie Hwy-666-7984
Happy Canukah To All
Funworld
230 Lincoln Rd.-M.B.
371 -2225/6744)006
Happy Chanukah
Florida Cushions, Inc.
CHAISE PADS-BOAT CUSHIONS
67NW71SI.-754-3041
Harpy Chanukah
'prominent buildings.
FOLK TALES differ as told by each ethnic
group dunng the festival. Egyptian children hear
about a poor widow with seven children who has
no money to even make pancakes. She doesn't tell
them and instead leaves the house to wash the
pots in the river. An old man suddenly appears
and asks if she could take him in for the holiday.
She readily agrees. The man disappears, and the
widow continues to worry, since she has no food
in the house. When she returns home, her children
greet her, shouting that an old man came by and
gave them Chanukah money, oil and flour for
pancakes. The widow rejoiced and called it a
miracle. Their money never ran out and the dough
was never used up. And the little jar of oil kept
the candles lit for a full eight days.
This is surely a tale which, like the Chanukah
story itself. Jews can tell their children and
grandchildren from generation to generation.
Happy Chanukah
Santana Welding Shop
9500 NW 79 Ave.-Miami-
556-1683
M&M Produce
Fresh and Frozen Vegetables Specializes in
Organic Items, Kosher Pickles. Free Delivery
In Certain Areas
764NW 29St-633-4573.5764)502
Happy Chanukah
HAPPYCHANUKAH
Barber Lumber Co. Inc.
Home Oman and Consumers:
Do you need a reliable old time concern for small
projects around the house? We have been in business in
Dade County over 32 years. Ws can supply all your
building material neads in lumber, roofing material,
nails, hardware, cement, lime, sheet rock, rock lath,
plywood, doors and trim, safety locks for your doors,
and all kinds of pressure treated lumbar. We deliver
Give us a try. Our employees are courteous and helpful
Our service is good.
901 NW. 71st Strsst
Pfcoi* 836-3641
Hair Styles By Mr. Ralph
3731 NW 17 Ave.Miami-638-4743
Happy Chanukah
Sun Inn
Chinese Restaurant
2235 Biscayne Blvd-Miami-573-5351
Happy Chanukah
Designed By Antonio
Custom Tailoring
40 Miracle Mile-445-6916
Happy Chanukah
_J.
Creative Doors A
Window, Corp.
7371 SW 8 St.-264-6057-Miami
Happy Chanukah
Classic Printers
1460 NE 129 St -893-8228
Happy Chanukah
'Happy Chanukah To All From
All Window Repair
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Vienna's distinguished Community
By BEN FRANK
In the early morning
rush hour in Vienna, thou-
sands of people travel by
subway to their places of
work. One of the most
famous stations is at
Stephansplatz, at St.
Stephans Cathedral.
When he has the time,
Dr. Leon Zelman stands in
front of his office in the
square where the station is
located and watches the
hundreds of subway
passengers emerge from the
underground on an esca-
lator and out into the
square where they cannot
but help to see the sign that
says: "Jewish Welcome'
Service Israel Tourist
Information."
Zelman, a leader of the Vienna
Jewish community and manager
of the Jewish Welcome Service
Travel Bureau, is proud of that
sign. It is almost as int is a re-
minder to the world, to Europe,
to Vienna, that there is still a
Jewish community very much
alive in the capital of Austria.
AFTER ALL. a community
which has five Jewish news-
papers, a half dozen synagogues,
a community center, a day
school, Talmud Torahs. kosher
restaurants, bakeries and butcher
shops, a new senior citizens home
with geriatric facilities, and 8,000
to 10,000 Jews, it not exactly
dormant.
And vet. ironically, the big de-
bate in Vienna is whether the
Jewish community is viable or
!, S"P,te diac!09u by some
that the community is not one of,
the worlds most Jewishly h*
volved. hope is expressed bv
many that with encouragement
Jewish life will continue to thrive
What is encouraging to a visitor
is that a few of the present Jew-
ish community leaders want to
keep things humming
For example, during an inter-
view this reporter had while
visiting Vienna recently with
Michal KaU. president of the
Jewish Student Union, and Ben
Segenrich. a student leader they
said that there are 800 member
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11740NE 2 Ave. 751-1664
Happy Chanukah
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753 NE 167th St.. No. Miami Beach651-2345
Happy Chanukah
Gloria's Tortillas
32 NW 1 Street Homestead 247 6668
Happy Chanukah
Delmar Industries
8164 NW 103rd St.-Hialeah Gardens
821-0969
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Lame Duck
17866-68 Biscayne Blvd.-931-1922
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Jared's Motor Classics
14084 SW 139 Court-235-0287
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Warren Henry Motors
Hwy44119275 NW 2nd Avenue-Miami
652-6511
Happy Chanukah
Cather's Electric Service
765 Fisherman St.-685-6371
Opa Locka
Happy Chanukah
Miami Tabacco
& Candy Co.
3939 NW / St
Miami-649-5611
Happy Chanukah
Jackson Diesel Service
Specialists In Detroit Diesel Repair
3750 NW 28 St., Miami-633-0317
Happy Chanukah
Gene Beam
Central Air and Heat
Happy Chanukah
5391 SW 91 Ave-274-0658
Cut & Curl
Unisex Beauty Salon
15156 NE 6 A ve-945-1616
N. Miami Beach-945-9277
Happy Chanukah
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the weekly get-together for Is-
raeli folk dancing. The students
also often gather together for
parties While fewer attend lec-
tures on Jewish and Israeli-
related topics, there are some
educational programs which do
draw a great many students. And
when there is a crisis in Jewish
life in Austria or elsewhere, stu-
dents do respond and demon-
strate support for Israel. Soviet
Jews and Syrian Jews.
The two student leaders agreed
with Zelman that there is very
lit tli" intermarriage. Zelman said
that often many families send
their daughter* and sons to Israel
to find a spouse.
Many of the Austrian Jewish
vouth are medical students. Katz
and Segenrich told me that in
1890, 42 percent of all medical
students in Vienna were Jewish;
and even today, more than 50
percent of the young Jewish men
and women study medicine. Kat*
herself, who came here from Is-
rael where she lived with her
family, is also a medical student.
AMONG THE Jewish stu
dents are Has homer Hatzair and
B'nai Akiva. There is some aliya
to Israel. During the past
summer there was a contingent
from Austria to the Maccabiah
(lames in Israel Most of the
Jews in Austria have visited Is-
rael It's only a three-hour flight
to Hen (iurion Airport.
There is some interchange of
ideas with Jews from America,
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but not much. Zelman often hoata
Jewish leaders from the U.S. as
well as teachers groups. Recently
there was a B'nai B'rith Hillel
group which visited the com-
munity.
If the Austrian Jewish com-
munity is to go on, though, ex-
change of visitors is crucial. Ties
with the Jewish community in
Israel arv strong;the Holocaust is
not forgotten. Zelman is part of a
commission which visits schools
and takes up that dark, tragic
period in human civilization. He
also organizes visits of Austrian
teachers to visit Israel
This is a close-knit com-
munity; everyone knows every-
one i else, and the verv small nu-
^cleus* keeps it alive. There is no
doubt that the Jewish com-
munity is involved in the cultural
and economic life of the country.
They live a "nice life," is the best
description of Jews in Austria.
AND WHY NOT? Whether it
is the result of the relaxed nature
of the Viennese, political direc-
tion, the fortunes of history or a
combination of all three, Vienna
emerges as a truly livable, urban
cosmopolitan place.
The best way to begin a visit to
Vienna is to stop at the Jewish
Welcome Service. It will begin an
experience with the past, present
and future in a country still
deeply involved with the world
and a Jewish Community which
intends to stay alive.
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Pagel8-B The Jewish Floridian Friday, December 26,1981
Pictured at the Greater Miami Jewish Federation Women's
Division "Federation Tuesday" held recently are guest speaker
Marilynn Tollman (seated, left); Women's Division Vice
President of Leadership Development Mikki Futernick (seated,
right); Women's Division Vice President of Community
Education Dorothy Podhurst (standing, left) and GMJF Presi-
dent Harry A (Hap) Levy (standing, right).
Lasensky Leaving
New Orleans Post
Gerald C. Lasensky has
tendered his resignation as
Executive Director of the Jewish
Federation of Greater New Orle-
ans. The resignation will be
effective August 1. 1982. upon
the completion of seven years of
service to the New Orleans
Federation. Lasensky stated that
his future plans will be an-
nounced at a later date
"In accepting the resignation.
Federation Board President.
Joan Berenson. stated that Mr.
Lasensky has been an important
part of Federation for the past six
years. She described him as being
"committed to the Federation, to
New Orleans and to Judaism
The Federation owes Mr. Lasen-
sky its thanks and appreciation
for the leadership he has brought.
We wish him well in his future
endeavors." She announced that
a committee will be appointed to
search for Lasensky's successor.
Lasensky. a native of Iowa,
came to the New Orleans
Federation in August 1975
having previously served as Ex-
ecutive Director of the
Ft deration in Winnipeg. Canada
and Assistant Executive Director
of the Atlanta Jewish Federation.
Gerald Lasensky
He received his Master of Social
Work Degree in Community Or-
ganization and Administration
from the University of Michigan,
and attended Post Graduate
Seminars at Hebrew University,
Jerusalem and the University of
Chicago. He is married to the
former Dorothy Jacob of
Chicago.
Beth Am Folk Dance
Temple Beth Am will be offer-
ing classes in Israeli Folk Dance,
on Thursday nights, at 7:30 p.m.
in the Social Hall of the Temple.
The class is under the direction of
Shira Baumgard.
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Pisar Elected
NEW YORK (JTA) -
Samuel Pisar, international law-
yer, author and lecturer, was
elected to the JTA Board of Di-
rectors at its recent annual meet-
ing held in St. Louis, it was an-
nounced by Martin Fox. presi-
dent of the Jewish Telegraphic
Agency.
Pisar is the author of the best-
seller, "Of Blood and Hope." He
holds doctorates from Harvard
and The Sorbonne and was made
an American citizen by special
act of Congress. He also served at
the United Nations, as an advisor
to the Kennedy Administration,
and to the U.S. Senate.
As a youngster. Pisar lost his
entire family when the Nazis
overran Soviet-occupied Poland
and managed to survive Ausch-
witz and other notorious death
camps. He was rescued by an
American tank column at age 16.
In addition. Fox announced
the appointment of Jan Neuman
as business manager of JTA.
Neuman. a native New Yorker,
studied communications and
mathematics at Queens College
in New York and continues his
studies in business administra-
tion at Baruch college
Prior to coming to JTA.
Neuman was New Lodge director
for District One of B'nai B'rith in
New York. Before that, he was a
fundraiser for the United Jewish
Appeal in the brooklyn division.
He also lived for eight months on
i kubbutz in Israel.
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with an extra leg.
"In this age of inflation, don't gamble with your hard
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Synopste of the Weekly Torah Portioif
-And Joseph was the governor oeer the land And
\ A >, brethren came, and bowed down to him Kien 42 HI
1
I uiKFTZ Two years later. Pharaoh dreamt a dream in two
^ r htlv different versions. The dream terrified the king of
I p nt hut none of his sages could explain it satisfactorily
I Pharaoh's butler remembered Joseph's masterly interpretations
^ f dnam- and informed Pharaoh Joseph was brought before
I Pharaoh and explained the dream as forecasting seven years of
1 I ntv that were to come to the land of Kgypt, only to be sue-
', j |)N Wvaa years of famine He advised Pharaoh to appoint
"Ti" overst* to collect wheat during the years of plenty and
,: Mrilmt. it during the years of famine Pharaoh appointed
( joffph himaeU to this post as his vfcaroj
\s JoMDh had forecast, the Kgyptian stores of wheat were
-I demand during the seven years of famine. Among those
| h,, aim i" buy wheat in Kgypt were Josephs older brothers
! ,s,ph recognlaid them, but they did not know him Joseph so
:; wrtrived that the brothers came to Kgypt a second time.
[bringing IVnjamin. Joseph's full brother with them Joseph
received them cordially, but then he made it mem as though
i IWni inun had stolen a goblet and insisted that he stay behind as
, servant 1 he brothers refused to abandon Benjamin, and all
led to return to Joseph's home
i iTht recounting ot the WaafeSj Portion o> rh Law M extracted and bated
i uoon Tiw Graphic Mutory of the Jew.ih Heritage, edited by P Wollman
liamir V> publuhed by ShengoW The volume it available at ?i Maiden
Lane New York, N Y 10ji Joieph Schlang it pret.dent ot the tociery dit
inBufing'he volume )
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B'not Mitzvah
Dianne Weinberg
!h vnsents tu-o ambulanct-s to American Hca Ma^cn
Daiui Pictured (from left) arc Murray Have. ARMDI
Distncr pn skUnt.Mrt. Kaye. Leonard. Miami Beach ( ommu-
Br Singtr, and ARMDI Director Hob Schuurt;
MARC WARREN SCHWAM
Marc Warren Schwam. son of
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Schwam.
will be called to the Torah as a
Bar Mitzvah on Saturday, at
10.30 a.m. at Temple Sinai of
North Dade.
The celebrant is in the eighth
grade at J F Kennedy Junior
High School. His hobbies are rac-
quetball and video games.
Mr and Mrs. Schwam will host
the Kiddush following the ser-
vices in honor of the occasion and
a reception that evening at the
Holiday Inn of Hollywood.
Special guests will include family
truni New York. New Jersey.
Texas, and Oklahoma
DIANNE WEINBERG
hi.mne Susan Weinberg,
daughterol Mr and Mrs Joshua
Weinberg vs ill celebrate her Bat
Mitzvah on Fridaj evening, Dec.
J.'i. s p m at Beth Torah Congre-
gation
Lhanne is a seventh grade
student at Highland Oaks
Innior High and is a member of
ihi ll.is honors class at Beth
TorahS Harold Wolka Religious
School She formerly attended
i he Samuel Scheck Hillel Com-
munit) Daj School from nursery
through sixth grades Dianne is a
second year officer in the syna-
gogue s Kadimah youth group
In her honor, her parents are
hosting an Oneg Shabbat and a
reception for guests immediate!)
lollov. ing sen ices
I'M L DAVID Fl CHS
Paul David Kucha, son o( Mr
and Mrs Mark Fuchs, will
become a Bar Mit7.vah at the
Israelite Center Temple on
Saturday at H:4.r>a.m.
Paul will be honored at a
kiddush following services and at
a party on Saturday evening
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TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN
1025 NE Miami Gardens Drive
North Miami Beach 947 1435
Rabbi Stmcha Fraedman
Cantor Ian Alpam Conservative
y ait Mil/van o' Michelle Levin*
Sal mom Bo Miirvar- o< Bruce Homsle."
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TEMPLE BETH AM Dr. Herbert
5950 N Kendall Dr. Baumgard
S. Miami-6676667 Senior Rabbi
Morton Hoffman. Associate Rabbi
Robert Goldstein. Associate Rabbi
Fri.-8 p.m. Candefight Ceremony
Rabbi Baumgard will discuss
-What's Good About MiamiT'
TEMPLE EMANU-EL
1701 Waah. Ave.. MB.
LATE FRI EVE SERVICE
8 P.M.
Frt Dr. Irving Lehrman will preach
on -Chanukah Speaks to Us"
Annual Homecoming Sabbath
Cottage Students will participate
Sat mom. service 9 a.m the rabbi
will preach at 1030
BETH DAVID CONGREGATION

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BETH-EL CONGREGATION
2400 Pinetree Drive Miami Beach
532-6421
Cantor. Rabbi Solomon Schitt
Fn eve. 7 pjn. Sat 9 a.m
BETH KODESH
Modem Traditional
1101 SW 12 Ave
Rabbi Ma Shapiro 858-6334
Cantor Leon Segel
Rose Berlin Executive Secretary
Daily Minyan 7:45 a.m and 5:30 P m
Late Friday services 8:15 p.m.
Rabbi Shapiro will discuss
Lite is a Dream!
Saturday service
8:45a.m. and 5.15pm
TEMPLE ISRAEL Of Greater Miami
Miami's Pioneer Reform Congregation
137 N.E 19th St.. Miami. 573-5900
9990 N Kendall Dr.. 595-5055
Senior Rabbi: Hasketl M Bemat
Asst Rabbi Jeffrey K. Safcm
Cantor Jacob G Bomstein
Friday eveninq Nov 6. 8 p.rr.


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TEMPLE JUDEA
S500 Granada Blvd. Reform
Coral Gables 667 5657
Michael B Eisenstat Rabbi
Fn 815 p.m College Sabbath
TEMPLE BETH MOSHE
222SNE121SL N Miami. Fl 33181
8015508 Conservative
Only Temple in North Miami
Rabbi Louis M Lederman
Cantor Moshe Fnedler
Rabbi Ementus Joseph A Gortmkel
Daily services 8:15 a.m.. 5 p.m
Fa 10:30 p.m-Single Services
SaL mom-Bar Mitzvah of
Kenneth Tencer
TEMPLE BETH RAPHAEL
1545 Jefferson Ave. MB.. Fla 33139
Tel. 5384112
Rabbi Dr Jehuda Melber
Cantor Saul H. Breeh
Daity Service 8 a.m 5.30 p.m.
Friday 5:15 p.m. Saturday 8 30 a.m.
TEMPLE KING SOLOMON
910 Lincoln Rd Tel 534-9776
DR DAVID RAAB. Rabbi
SOL ROTH. President
Services Fri. 7 30 p.m.
Sermon Chanukah Today'
Sat 930 a.m
TEMPLE MENORAH
82075th St.. Miami Beach 33141
Rabbi Mayer Abramowife
Cantor Murray Yavneh
Fnday Services at 8:15 pn
Saturday services at 9 a.m
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM
Chase Ave & 41st St 538-7231
Dr Leon Kronish. Rabbi Liberal
Cntor DavidConviser Fri Eve,8:15p.m
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SHAARE TEFILLAH OF KENDALL
8460 SW 154 Circle Court 111
Miami. Fl. Modem Orthodox
Rabbi Warren Kasztl 3820698
Sabbath services 930 am
Fri. 5:25 p.m
Sat 9:30 am and 5:25 p.m________
TfcMPLfc SINAI 18801 NE 22 Ave.
North Dade s Reform Congregation
Ralph P Kingsley. Rabbi 923 9010
Julian I Cook. Associate Rabbi
Irving Shulkes. Cantor
Barbara S Ramsay. Administrator
Sabbath eve services 8:15 p.m.
(7:30 p.m. first Fnday ot month)
Sabbath morning services 1O.30
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BETH TORAH CONSERVATIVE
CONGREGATION 947 7528
1051 N Miami Beach Bfvd.
Or. Max A Lipschitz. Rabbi
Zvee Aroni. Cantor
Harvey L Brown. Exec. Director
Fri. Evening Service 8.00 p.m.
Sat. Mom ng Service 8:30 a.m.
Daily Services: 7:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m
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8000 Miller Dr. 271-2311
Dr Norman N Shapiro. Rabbi
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Mmya" Services Mon & Thu't. 7 A.M
Services8 lb ?' M
Sabbath Services 930 a.m.
Guests Are Welcome
Fn College Homecoming Sab ith
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Miami, Ftoi ida 33137
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Hage 20-B The Jewish Floridian Friday. December 25,1981
Joint Draft Statement Ratified
Israeli Product Directory
Planned for Florida
By GIL SEDAN
JERUSALEM (JTA) -
The Cabinet has ratified the joint
American-Israel draft statement
which was formulated in Wash-
ington by Foreign Minister Yitz-
hak Shamir and Secretary of
State Alexander Haig as the
basis for European participation
in the Multinational Force and
Observers (MFO).
According to government offi-
cials, the four European nations
which announced that they would
participate in the Sinai peace-
keeping force England,
France. Holland and Italy
would be asked to support the
principles set down in the draft.
THIS WOULD make it clear,
the officials said, that the Sinai
force would function strictly
within the Camp David frame-
work. It was not immediately
clear whether Israel would insist
that the Europeans publicly
accept this principle. It is ex-
pected, however, that each of t!
four countries will submit letter,
of acceptance.
At the same time. Israel will
not ask the Europeans to alter
their position on the Middle East
peace process which was ex-
pressed in the Venice declaration
on June, 1960. In it. the Minis-
ters of the European Economic
Community called for the
Palestine Liberation
Organization to be associated in
the Mideast peace process. This
was also the basis on which the
foui European countries an-
nounced that they would partici-
pate in the Sinai force.
According to officials here, the
U.S. was in touch with the Euro-
pean countries regarding the
draft statement during its formu-
lation. Thus, the wording of the
statement is not expected to meet
with European disapproval.
OFFICIALS said that the
statement would probably be
passed on to the Europeans by
the Israeli Ambassadors in the
four countries involved.
Acceptance by the Europeans
of the U.S.-Israel joint statement
would clear the way for Australia
and New Zealand to participate
in the Sinai peacekeeping force.
Both countries indicate they
would participate only if the Eu-
ropeans were involved. In addi-
tion, other countries which an-
nounced they would participate
are Colombia, Fiji and Uruguay.
The U.S. will contribute more
than half of the 2,500-member
force, between Israel and Egypt
and to mount "a parallel cam-
paign" that would involve other
Mideastern states such as Saudi
Arabia, Jordan and Syriab in
peace talks with Israel.
KLUTZNICK. a former mem-
ber of the U.S. delegation to the
United Nations with the rank of
Ambassador, was president of
the World Jewish Congress from
1977 to 1979 when he took a leave
of absence to become Secretary of
Commerce in the Carter Admin-
istration. He is present honorary
president of the WJC and
honorary international president
of B'naiBrith.
He expressed views similar to
those contained in the report in
an article published on the Op Ed
page of the Washington Post last
month favoring Saudi Arabia's
eight-point peace plan for the
Middle East.
He wrote: '"The acceptance by
Jordan, the PLO and others of
the overall approach embodied in
the Saudi eight-point 'peace plan'
may be a crucial turning point
. For the first time, even if in-
directly, important Arab parties
have turned away from 'outlaw-
ing' Israel as an illegitimate
entity and have looked to
negotiations with recognition and
'co-existence' as the eventual
goal."
Since Klutz nick's article ap
peared, the Arab states and the
PLO flatly rejected the Saudi
plan at the Arab summit meeting
in Fez, Morocco. Israel de-
nounced it as an instrument for
its annihilation.
SAUNDERS. who served as
Assistant Secretary of State for
Near East and South Asian Af-
fairs in the Carter Administra-
tion, explained to reporters after
the four-man report was released
that it was not necessary for the
U.S. to avoid all contacts with
the PLO.
The U.S. had promised Israel
in 1975 that it would not recog-
nize the PLO or negotiate with it
until the latter recognized
Israel's right to exist and ac-
cepted Security Council Resolu-
tions 242 and 338. Saunders said
that pledge was interpreted to
foreclose even exchanges of views
with the PLO until the conditions
were met.
The report said the U.S.
"would be violating no formal
agreement if it explored the
PLO's readiness to negotiate for
peace. The objective is to
negotiate among the parties to
the conflict, and the PLO will
have an important influence on
that process."
Camp David Accords
Only Way to Settlement
By DAVID LANDAU
And GIL SEDAN
JERUSALEM (JTA) -
The Reagan Administration has
pledged to stand by the Camp
David accords as the only way to
achieve a political settlement in
the Middle East. A message to
that effect and a commitment to
honor all points agreed upon
during Premier Menachem Be-
gin's visit to Washington in
September has been received
from Secretary of State Alexan-
der Haig.
The message, delivered to Be-
gin by the U.S. Charge d'Affaires
William Brown, further eased the
strains that developed in U.S.-
Israeli relations over the Senate's
approval of the sale of AW ACS
reconnaissance aircraft and other
advanced weaponry to Saudi
Arabia and remarks by President
Reagan and Haig indicating that
the U.S. considered certain parts
of Saudi Arabia's eight-point
peace plan encouraging.
BEGIN WAS reportedly
gratified by the American
clarification. Political circles here
said that there is now a better
understanding of Israel's
position by the U.S. That posi-
tion, conveyed in Washington in
rect-nt days, was that Israel
migh.' reconsider certain steps in
her pa.-ticipetion in further Mid-
east peace moves if the U.S.
deviated from the Camp David
agreements and adopted plans
such as the Saudi eight points
which Israel vehemently rejected.
Adding to the feeling here that
the U.S. and Israel are once more
on a common course was Defense
Secretary Caspar Weinberger's
invitation to Defense Minister
Ariel Sharon to visit Washington
at the end of this month to dis-
cuss strategic cooperation be-
tween Israel and the U.S. Begin
has announced in the Knesset
that Weinberger's invitation has
been received.
It was seen as part of the
Reagan Administration's efforts
to ease Israel's anxiety over the
AWACS de
peace plan.
Chanukah an Appropriate
Time to Remember Wallenberg
Continued from Page 13 B '

Higging into the mystery. Is he
alive in Cell No. 77 of the Soviet
Union's Spats Korpus prison?
The Free Wallenberg Committee
of the U.S. has offered f 1,000,000
for information leading to his
freedom
Along this thorny road. Con-
gressman Tom Lantoa of
California, and his wife, Annette
Tillemen two of the thousands
of Jews saved by Wallenberg -
have lad a splendid bank of ad-
herents to the cans*.
The ceremony in Washington
honoring Wallenberg ended with
a candlelight observance across
the street from the Soviet Em-
bassy. The candles were carried
by members of the Lutheran
Place Memorial Church and the
Washington Jewish Community
Council. Those candles burn on
symbolically in the cause of a
man of superb courage; their
glow is one in a universal spirit
with the lights marking
Chanukah.
il and the Saudi
U.S. Ambassador
Samuel Lewis met with Sharon.
Sources on both sides indicated
that their talks were considerably
more cordial than the tone of
Sharon's public criticisms of the
U.S. in recent days.
A MORE moderate tone to-
ward Washington was also evi-
dent in Begin s Knesset speech,
winding up two days of debate on
the AWACS sale and the peace
plan of Saudi Crown Prince Fahd
He spoke of "cooperation, friend-
ship and even an unwritten
alliance (with the U.S.I which is
sometimes more efficacious than
a signed pact."
The Knesset, as expected.
Continued on Page 23-B
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned.
desiring to engage In butlnm
under the flcUUoua name of
JUBELE at 18S3 N W 30th
Street. Miami. Florida Intend
to register aald name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida.
ICNACIO LEON SZTERN
J r 1.1 () BARENBOIM
NORBERTO ZIRULNIKOFF
HARVEY I > FRIEDMAN
Attorney for JUBELE
430 Lincoln Road -
Suite 379
Miami Beach. Florida 3313S
13487 December 26. 1M1.
January 1.1. IS. 19*2
SUMMONS REGARDING
CLAIM FOR ALIMONY
DISTRICT COURT
OF TEL-AVIV JAFFA
Civil Cats (Part. Stat.)
No 141*11
Plaintiff Lea Caatln (Knoll.
Reprea by D. Welngmrten.
Adv.. 8 Hachaahmal Str T A
vera.
Defendant MlmonCasaln. now
In USA
TO: MlmonCaaaln
(bearer of Israel
identity card
No 714704
Know that the plaintiff filed a
complaint against you accord-
ing to Section 33 (Si of the Civil
Law Regulations 19S3 as Is
specified In the aforesaid
complaint and supplements
which Is deposited on your be
half and Is available to you at
the Israeli Consulate In At Ian
ta. Georgia If you Intend to
defend against the above action
you are hereby summoned to
submit a statement of defense
to the aforesaid complaint to-
gether with specified details
according FORM 38 as sped
fled In the first Suppl of the
aforesaid regulations The de-
fense to this action with Its sup
plements. will be verified by
your written declaration in
duplicate, and shall be sub-
mitted to the District Court of
Tel-Aviv (Welxman str. No. 1)
within 60 days from the date of
the publication of this noUce
Should you tall to do so. the
plaintiff will be enUUed to re-
calve judgment In your absense
according to the relief re-
quested In the aforesaid
complaint. Know that the
hearing of this Claim will take
place on 36th of February. 1983
at 08 SO A.M. before Hon Mr
OROS. Judge of the Court
Signature of Clerk
of the Court
I. Levy
16466 December 36. 1681
A comprehensive directory of
Israeli goods and services availa-
ble in Florida, is being compiled
by the America-Israel Chamber
of Commerce-Florida, as part of
the Chamber's continuing pro-
gram of promoting Israeli ex-
ports to help Israel achieve a via-
ble economy.
Many temples, religious and
community groups are cooperat-
ing, and members of the business
community who are involved in
retailing, importing, wholesaling,
distributing, or representing Is-
raeli goods of any type are asked
to advise the Chamber.
The directory is a first step in a
multi-faceted campaign planned
by the Chamber to increase
awareness of Israeli products in
Florida, as well as promote their
sale.
"While most of us are familiar
with many of the excellent food,
fashion and giftware items from
Behind the
Headlines
Continued from Page 8-B
witness, judge, teacher and
transmitter of cultural values and
of the past, she asserted.
EXAMINING THE writings
of Bernard Malamud. Isaac
Bashevis Singer. Saul Bellow and
others. Bilik set forth what she
called the two major categoeis of
the post-Holocaust immigrant
novel: the naturalistic or his-
torical novel and the anatomical
novel. She argued that the
anatomical novel, which is dis-
cursive and philosophical, is most
appropriate to the goals of the
new immigrant novel because,
she feels, the action that takes
place in the minds of the pro-
tagonists is of greatest import-
ance in post-Holocaust literature.
She contended that the Figure
of the immigrant -survivor, while
painfully examining the past
from a distant perspective, pro-
vides the Jewish American
writer, who seeks comprehension
of the Holocaust, with a voice, a
center of consciousness, that
allows him to express not only his
horror and guilt but his sense of
renewed connection with the past
and the tradition of Jews.
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NOPROPtRTVJ
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OP FLORIDA. IN
AND POR DA OR COUNTY
Civil Aclien
NoinnnFc
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OFMARRIAOI
IN RE THE MARRIAGE OF
CARLOS E MARTINEZ.
Petitioner Husband
and
LILIAN CECILIA
JURADO DE MARTINEZ.
Respondent Wife
TO: LILIAN CECILIA
JURADO
DE MARTINEZ
Avenlda Rooavelt
Edlflclo Pompel
S plso. Apto 6
LoaRosalea,
Caracas
Venesuela 104
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that an action for Disso-
lution of Marriage has bean
filed against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your
written defense*. If any. to It on
MARIO QUINTERO JR..
ESQ. attorney for PetlUoner
whose aitdreaa la 101 N.W. 13th
Avenue. Miami. Florida MISS,
and file the original with the
clerk of the above sty lad court
on or before January IS. 1663.
otherwise a default will be
entered |i* you for the
relief demanded In the com-
plaint or petition
This noUce shall be published
once each week for four oon-
secuUva waaka In THE JEW-
ISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami.
Florida on this 23 day of Do
camber. 1661
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clark. Circuit Court
Dads County. Florida
By M J Hartnstt
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Cout Baal)
MARIO OUINTE RO JR.,
E84)UIRE
101 N.W lJth Avenue
Miami. Florida S3138
Telephone (SOS i S36-6644
Attorney for Petitioner
Husband
1S4TS December 36. 1661;
January 1.8. 16.16SS
Israel," notes Chamber President
Sam Topf, "we are not always
able to readily locate them in our
stores. And most people are not
aware of the wide range of
superior products produced by
Israel. In addition to the obvious
consumer goods such as food-
stuff, clothing. gifts and
jewelry. Israel is making and ex-
porting thousands of items of
every description, including some
of the most advanced technologi-
cal innovations in the world."
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
OADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO.V*+wav* FC
FAMILY DIVISION
IN RE The Marriage Of
J AQUES COMPERE.
PetlUoner Husband
and
ANTOINE JEAN COMPERE
Respondent Wife.
NOTICE BY
PUBLICATION
YOU. ANTOINE JEAN
COMPERE. RESIDENCE UN
KNOWN, are hereby notified to
serve a copy of your Answer to
the PeUUon For dissolution of
Marriage filed against you.
upon Husband's attorney
GEORGE NICHOLAS. ES
QUIRE. 613 N W 13th Avenue
Miami. Florida 33136. and file
original with the Clark of the
Court on or before January 38.
1683, otherwise the Petition
will be confessed by you
DATED this 18 day of De
cember. 1661.
RICHARD P BRINKER
CLERK
By L C Bedasse
Deputy Clerk
13468 December 36 19*1
January 1.8. 15.1683
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIOA
PKOBATE DIVISION
File Number II 10160
IN RE ESTATE OF
AMPARO JUSCAFRESSA.
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 NOT1
FIED that the admtnlstraUon
of the eetate of AMPARO JUS-
CAFRESSA. deceased Flit
Number 81 10160. Is pending In
the Circuit Court for Dade
County. Florida. Probate DIM
aton. the address of which Is 73
W Flagler Street. Miami 33130
The personal representative of
the estate Is MARIA ROSA
VAILS, whose address Is
Avan Los Apamates. Read
Elisabeth No 7. La Florida
1060. Caracas. Venesuela The
name and address of the
personal representative i
attorney are aat forth below
All parsons having claims or
demands against the estate are
required. WITHIN THREE
MONTHS FROM THE UATX
OF THE FIRST PUB-
LICATION OF THIS NOTICE
to file with the dark of the
above court a written tste-
ment of any claim or demand
they may have Each claim
must be In writing and must
Indicate the basis for the claim
the name and address of th*
creditor or his agent or at
torney. and the amount
claimed. If the claim la not yet
due. the date whan It will
become due snail be stated If
the claim la contingent or
unliquidated, ths nature of th*
uncertainty snail bs stated if
the claim la secured, the
security shall be described
The claimant shall deliver
sufficient copies of the claim to
the dark to enable the clerk to
mail one copy to each personal
representative
Ail persona Interested In th*
eetate to whom a copy of this
NoUce of AdmlnlstreUon has
been malted are raquirsd.
WITHIN THREE MONTHS
FROM THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE, to file any
objections they may have that
challenge ths validity of U>
decedent s will. the
m|fl|itei.Mi of ths personal
repreeentoUve. or the venue or
>urtan^tlon of Uto court
ALL CLAIMS. DEMANDS.
AND OBJECTIONS NOT SO
FILED WTLL BE FOREVER
BARRED.
Date of the Brat publication
Of this Notice Of Admlnlstrs
tton: December 36. 16(1.
MARIA ROSA VALLS
Aa Personal RapreaentaUve
of the Estate of
AMPARO JUSCAFRESSA
Deceased
ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL
REPRESENTATTVE:
MARTIN ROTH
14 NE 1st Avenue
Suite 1111
Miami. Florida SSI S3
Telephone 60S 371 6663
16474 December* 1681
January l. 1M


Friday, December 25, 1981 The Jewish Floridian Page 2 IB
iblic Notice
_-rrfcuTTcouRT or
J f LEVENTM judicial
"ntculTINANOFOR
JdIcOUNTY FLORIDA
*mly division
Petitioner* He
RONALD D^ANSIL.
Impendent Husband
^SnaLDD
' ST.C-
,jCCentral Drive
r Vflf RONAl-I' I> MANSIL
' -hereby notified to file your
Son of Marriage w"n **
jTof the Court and mail
:Tmei- OAIXUP 18M
ftronado Terrace North
I Mmi Florida SSl si on orb.
T January 18 M
Ration *UI be taken a. coo
atd
TWi 14 day of [mHt.
JURDI HK1NKER
Clerk Circuit Court
ByC P Cope land
[leputt (In*
%f December 18 28. 1981
January 1. 19M
sTHE CIRCUIT COURT OF
HE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITIN ANOFOR
0OE COUNTY. FLORIOA
Cat* Noll IJtTS-FC-U
FAMILY DIVISION
;.--Uie marnn.
OCSMONDG DOI GLAS
Peuuoner
UNKDOI QLAS
Respondent
SOTICE Of ACTION
II PH1NE Dot OLAl
A aid Airnuf
y <
N l <
\i'.y. vrrir IED that
for ilisso.ullon of
sarrtag* ha been filed
ind you are re
a copy of your
Irlenaea If any on
IREBER Attorney
ncr in N K it st
S V H I or before
,'t-...-> .". .*: and file the
jnnnal with the clerk ol thla
Iherwls* a default will
rod Kainat you
Dec ember II 1981
HARDP HK1NKEK
b> k MMad
a Deputy Clark
.k ember 28. 1981.
January 1. I, IS. 1M3
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
NTHECIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIOA. IN
ND FOR OAOE COUNTY
Civil Action No llinM
FAMILY CIVIL
DIVISION
NOTICE FOR
DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
MtE THE MARRIAGE OF
BERYL MI1JF.R.
Petitioner
Barry > miu.er.
Reapundent
barrv s miller
Route 1 Box 21 A
Bear, reek
North Carolina
TOl ARK HEREBY NOTI
r*D that a petition for Dlaao
* of your Marriage haa
filed and commenced In
* court and you are required
rrvr copy o( your written
" If any to It on
wnio Torrent. Jr attorney
Petitioner whoa* addrraa la
Cm 2? Kl,|{,r S,r
*' r.onda and file Ui*
Wnl with in* clerk of th*
"* it) led court on or before
**"r> 1982. otherwise a
** entered a.aJn.t
"or ihe relief prayed for In
"^omp.dint or petition
TO* not!, e .nan published
each Mfe ,or four ,
I toci" .**"" ^ THE JEW
J1L",'!1''AN
TNK mv rmna .j,,, a^,
"V* aaid court at Miami
""? r thl. so day of No-
ember it>;
RICHARD P BRINKER
*Clerk. circuit Court
"ade County. Florida
AHewett
, 2*11 Court Seal,
ff"""Torrent. Jr
> ?* Soatcliln A
I S^f" >' *
[J^V for Petitioner
1 'ecember 4 11
- -. IB. 1M
lir?.?''" U*HIM------------
ErlSw IS "EREBY
fciiri undarolfrMKt
5" at soo 8o Djuna
EL. ? ,08 Mlml- n
the nE!'LUt*r "W Im'
OarfI.Cl1,rk Circuit
-*riuf [)ad, county. Florida
world inventory
scanning Corp
DacambarM. Mm.
January i,. is. laaa
*T3
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIOA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action
No 11 nil) FC
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RK The Maxna| i.ina D AVANZOZEA
petitioner Wife,
and
CAR1XM ARTCHO/.KA
Keapondent Huaband
To Carlua ArturoZea
Realdent unknown
yni akk HEREBY not;
I- El' that an action for Inaao-
iution of Marnaite haa been
.igamat you and you are
n quired to aerve a copy ol
v. nttefi defenaea. If any to It on
Tern Hurhaller. attorney for
I etHHiner whoae addreaa is
la Offlcea of Robert H
Huma Suit.- V > JX\ Collina
Avenue Miami Heach Fla
tXM and file the original with
he i lerk of the at>
i SWQ. otherwise a default will
be entered agalnat yiai for th-
relief ilemaniled in the cum
plaint or petition
Thla notice ahall be published
,mi each week for four KM
aecutive week in THK JEWISH
FLOR1DI xn
WITNKSS my hand and th.-
seal of said court at Miami
Florida on thla 4 day of I lecem
ber 1V:
RKHARPP BRINKER
Aa Clerk (Ircult Court
[lade County Florida
B) Willie Hradahaw Jr
Aa DatMIt) nerk
i*in-uit Court Seal'
TERRI BOCHALTER
Ijiw Offices of
Robert H Huma
Suite M
301 Collina Avenue
Miami Beach Florida S31SV
Attorney for I'etitioner
Telephone S3" 4421 i Hade >
BSOSfliS Hmwardi
i:\44J liecrmbrr 11 IH
2S :.
_________________.^itujuavuj-iattaj.
TNTWE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITIN ANOFOR
OAOE COUNTY. FLORIOA
PROBATE DIVISION 01
PILE NO II 1411
IN KK ESTATE OF
ROSE K STREICH
lieceaaed
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
Tt) AU. FKR90NS HAVINd
CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
ACAINST THE AB<>\ E ES
TAT>: AND A1J. OTHER
PERSONS int>:r>:sted in
SAID ESTATE
YOt ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that the admlnlatration
of the estate of Roae K Strelrh
deceaaed. late of Dade County
Florida File Number 11 Ml" !
pending In the Circuit Court in
and for Dade County Florida.
Probate Division the addreaa
of which la 3rd Floor, Dade
County Courthouse 73 Wesl
Flagler Street Miami Florida
33130 The personal repreaen
lative of thla estate la Ruth
Deulachman. whoae addreaa Is
2301 S W ftsnd Place Miami
Florida The name and addreaa
of the attorney for the personal
representative are set forth
below
All persona having clalma or
demands againat the eatate are
required WITHIN THREE
MONTHS FROM Till-: DATE:
OF THE FIRST PI H
l.ICATION OF THIS NOTICE
to file with the clerk of the
above court a written atate
ment of any claim or demand
they may have Each claim
must be In writing and must
Indicate the baala for the claim
the name and addreaa of the
creditor or hla agent or at
torney. and the amount
claimed If the claim la not yet
due the dale when It will
become due ahall be stated If
th* claim la contingent or
unliquidated the nature of the
uncertainty ahall be stated If
the claim I* secured, the
security shall be described
The claimant ahall deliver
sufficient copies of the claim to
the clerk to enable the clerk to
mall one copy to each personal
representative
All persona Interested In the
estate to whom a copy of this
Notice of Administration haa
been mailed are required.
WITHIN THREE MONTHS
FROM THE DATE OF THE
FIRST Pl'BUCATION OF
THIS NOTICE, to file any
objections they may have that
challenge the validity of the
decedents will. the
qualifications of the personal
representative or the venue or
Jurisdiction of the court
AU. Cl-AIMS DEMANDS.
AND OBJECTIONS NOT SO
FUJCD WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED
DATED at Miami. Florida on
this S day of October. 11
Ruth Deutachman
Aa Personal Representative
of the Estate of
KoaeK Strelch
Deceased
First publication of this notice
of administration on the day
of December. ItSl
Of Law Off teas of
Alan Ptnkwaaaar
2146 N E 204th Street
North Miami Beach
Florida 331 TV
Telephone B3A-240P
1344. December 2ft Itjl.
January 1. i"J
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY!
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITOF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action
No II 1*351 FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
N RE The Marriage of
CAR LEE CHAIN
Petitioner.
and
KATIE I. CHANEY
Reapondent
TO KATIE 1. CHANEY
412 DALE DRIVE
i STREET
VIENNA
lEOROIAtlOH
YOC ARE HEREBY NOT!
FIED that an action for Disso-
lution of Marriage haa been
filed againat you and you are
required to serve a copy of your
written defenaea If any to It on
NATHANIEL I. BARONE JR
attorney for Petitioner whoae
address Is "Ml Coral Way No
131 Miami Florida 33135 and
file the original with the clerk
of the above styled court on or
before January 4 1082. other
wise a default will be entered
againat you for the relief de
manded in the complaint or
petition
This notice ahall be published
once each week for four con
cutlve weeks in THE JEW
ISHFMIHIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the
aeal of aald court at Miami.
Florida on thla 30 day of No-
vember. 19*1
RICHARD I' BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
ByM J Hartnett
As Deputy Oerk
1342* December 4. 11.
IS.28 1981
FICTITIOUS NAMfc LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
QtVEN that the undersigned.
desiring to enn^e in business
under the fictitious name York
Lock k K.-> at is2 Allan Rd
Miami Heach Fla Intends to
register aald name with the
k of the Circuit Court of
,1.1 ount) Florida
Juan F Pujol owner
1343B '' riiher 11 IS;
H
January I IM2
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
QIVEM that the undersigned.
desiring to engage In buslnesa
under the fictitious namea
QREAT AMERICAN HOME
PAINTERS AMERICAN
HOME PAINTERS. OREAT
AMERICAN PAINTING.
HANOI DASDI. GREAT
AMERICAN PAINTERS,
intends to register said names
with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court o* Dade County. Florida
Sheldon l.evlne
Owner
i\4J4 l>erember4.11.
18 28 1981
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITIN ANOFOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
FAMILY DIVISION
CASE NO II-1IS7IFC
IN RE THE M UUUAOEOF
l.YN\ Al W W-
Petitioner Husband
and
FELICIA DEANS
Raspondonl WHO
pi Mr- FEUCI M'P 4NS
E.iirvHlUP n
Fair) Hin
H.. rue
Portland i IMAICA
NOT1C1
Pl'BLICATION
YO< RK HEREBY NOTI
PIED mat Petition I
solution o( Man:.,
: ,i .it-.i,'.-' rou and
raquiradto u
Una to said
petition "ii petitioner's at
torna, GEORGE r RAMANI
t- so Suit* 111. H
Budding i Waal Fla^u-r
Street Miami Florida B1M
and file IhaOrtflnal Answer or
Pleading in the Office of the
Circuit Court Clert on or be
for* I da) Ol January
you la: judgment by
default will be 1.,
you !"t 'he relief demanded in
a,,i petition
IkiM- KtiV ORDERED al
Miami Hade County Florida
this 7 da\ Ol December ISffi
FUCHARDP BRINKER
Clreull Court Clerk
Dade County. Florida
BY M J lUrtnett
Deputy inerk
,44 lie, ember 11. IS.
23. 1981.
January I I9*a
INTHE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR
DADE COUNTY FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 11 7t*4
QNRI estate OF
MORRIS HACKER
, ased
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
TO ALL PERSONS HA'-
claim- mi: DEMANDS
ai;ainst the above ks
TATE AND au. OTHER
PERSONS INTERESTED IN
THE ESTATE
Yol ARK HEREBY NOTI
FIED that the administration
of the estate ol MORRIS HAC-
KER deceased File Number
81-76S4. is pending in the Cir-
cuit Court for Dade County
la Probate Division, the
*aa of which Is 73 West
Flagler Street Miami. Florida
SUM The personal represen-
tatives of the estate are DA-
VID HACKER 30 Hoselawn
Av* No "tie Toronto Canada
CAROL H1ME1.FARB 15
Menin Toronto Ontario.
Canada and SHIRLEY
GERRY & Foxhound Court.
VYIllowdale Ontario Canada
The name and address of the
personal representatives at-
torney are set forth below
All persons having claims or
demands against the estate are
required WITHIN THREE
MONTHS FROM THE DATE
OF THE FIRST 1MB
l.ICATION OF THIS NOTICE
to file with the clerk of the
above court a written state-
ment of any claim or demand
they may have Each claim
must be in writing and must
indicate the basis for the claim,
the name and address of the
creditor or his agent or at-
torney and the amount
claimed If the claim is not yet
due the date when It will
bscoflM due shall be staled If
the claim is contingent or
unliquidated, the nature of the
uncertainty shall be stated If
the claim Is secured, the
security shall be described
The claimant shall deliver
sufficient copies of the claim to
the clerk to enable the clerk to
mall one copy to each personal
representative
All persons interested In the
estate to whom a copy of this
Notice ol Administration haa
been mailed are required.
WITHIN THREE MONTHS
FROM THE DAT*: OF THE
FIRST PI BLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE, to file any
objections they may have that
challenge the validity of the
decedents will. the
qualifications of the personal
representative or the venue or
jurisdiction of the court
ALL cn.AIMS DEMANDS.
AND OBJECTIONS NOT SO
FILED WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED
Date of the first publication
of this Notice of Admlnlstra
tlon December 25 1981
DAVID HACKER
CAROL HIMELFARB
and
SHIRLEY GERRY
As Personal Representatives
of the Estate of
MORRIS HACKER
Deceased
ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL
REPRESENTATIVES
ARTHCRD FRISHMAN
407 Lincoln Road.
Miami Beach. Florida 33139
um December 23 1981.
1MM January 1.1982
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
notice is HEREB]
QIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage in business
under the f uuous name
honey AMUAMCtWatan
COLLINS AVI MIAMI
Ml- MH FLORIDA SS1S9 in
lends lo register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County Florida
WEISS* WEISS
420 Uncoln Road Suite 349
Miami Beach Florida 33139
Attorney lor
MOSHK ENGKl
.a., December 11. 18.
tmm X .1981.
January 1 198?
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITOF FLORIOA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action
No. II-IIIM FC
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE FOR
DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE THE MARRIAGE OF
Al RACIl'SDORCELUS.
Petitioner Husband
and
Sl'I.TANE DORCELUS.
Respondent Wife
TO Sl'I.TANE IXIRCELUS
co Police Station
Duvaller VUle
Haiti. W I
YOC ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that a petition for Disso-
lution of your Marriage ha*
been filed and commenced In
this court and you are required
to serve a copy of your written
defenses. If any. to It on LEE R
KRAVITZ. attorney for Petl
tloner. whose address is
LLOYD M ROCTMAN ESg
Suite 815 7900 NE 2nd Avenue
Miami. FL 33138. and file the
original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before
January 4. 1982. otherwise a
default will be entered against
you for the relief prayed for In
the complaint or petition
Thla notice shall be published
once each week for four con
secutlve weeks in the Jewish
Flortdlan
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami
Florida on this 26 day of No-
vember. 1981
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
ByM J Hartnett
As Deputy Clerk
13426 December- 11.
18.2 1981
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious name VIC
TOR TRADING >"<> at 158
iilUM.HA AVE SUITE No 2.
CORAL CABLES FL M1S4 in
lend* to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County Florida
VICTOR SOSA OWNER
1:14411 Dei ember 11 IS;
25. 1981
January 1. 1982
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
irVEN that the undersigned.
1. -lring to engage In buslnesa
inder the fictitious names
HE/. VENDOME DAVID
WILLIAM HOTEL DAVID
\WL1.1AM APARTMENT HO
PEL at 700 Blltmore Way.
Coral Gables. Florida 33134 In
tends to register aald names
with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida
DAVID WILLIAM
HOTELS. INC
By AI.BERTH SAKOI.SKY
H AIXAN SHORE BS43
FROMBERG .FROM BERG.
ROTH. GROSS. COHEN
SHORE ABERKE. PA
Attorney for David Will lam
Hotels. Inc
M 102. 19 West Flagler St
Miami. Florida 33130
1V439 December 11. 18.
23. 1981
January 1.1982
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number il 1012*
Division 0'
IN RE ESTATE OF
MARY NUSSBACM
Deceased
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
TO AU. PERSONS HAVING
CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
AGAINST THE ABOVE ES
TATE AND AU. OTHER
PERSONS INTERESTED IN
THE ESTATE
YOC ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that the administration
of the estate of MARY NUSS
BACM. deceased. File Number
81 10129. Is pending in the Clr
cult Court for Dade County-
Florida. Probate Division th>
address of which Is 73 West
Flagler Street. Miami Florid
33130 The personal represen
lative of the estate is Eileen R
Neidloh. whose address Is M
Blscayne Street. Miami Beach
Florida The name and address
of the personal representa
tlve s attorney are set forth
below
All persons having claims or
demands against the estate are
required WITHIN THREE
MONTHS FROM THE DATE
OF THE FIRST PI H
l.ICATION OF THIS NOT1C1-
to file with the clerk of th--
above court a written stat
ment of any claim or demand
they may have Each claim
must be in writing and must
indicate the basis for the claim
the name and address of the
creditor or his agent or at
torney. and the amount
claimed If the claim is not yet
due the date when It will
become due shall be stated If
the claim is contingent or
unliquidated, the nature of the
uncertainty shall be staled If
the claim Is secured, thi
security shall be described
The claimant shall deliver
sufficient copies of the claim to
the clerk to enable the clerk 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 PC BLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE to file any
objections they may have that
challenge the validity of the
decedents will. the
qualifications of the personal
representative, or the venue or
jurisdiction of the court
AU. CLAIMS DEMANDS
AND OBJECTIONS NOT SO
FU.ED WILL BE FOREVER
BARRRT1
Date of the first publication
of this Notice of Admlnlstra
tlon December 28. 1981
Eileen R Neldlch
As Personal Representative
of the Estate of
MARY NCSSBAl M
Deceaaed
ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL
REPRESENTATIVE
Kwltney. KroopA
Scheinberg. P A
420 Lincoln Road,
Suite 812
Miami Beach. Florida 33139
Telephone 838-7575
13470 December 26,1981,
January 1.1982
INTHECIRCUITCOURT
IN ANOFOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
GENERAL
JURISDICTION
DIVISION
CASE NO II 11*77
AMENDED
NOTICE OF ACTION
(Property)
CARLOS ALVAREZand
F.D1LIA ALVAREZ
his wife, and
Plaintiffs
SAB1NA FRIEDMAN and
CECILIA GREENHVT.
Defendant*
TO Cecilia Greenhut
Residence Unknown
YOt ARE NOTIFIED that
an action to quiet title to the
following property In Dade
County Florida N_
Ia* 3 Block 18. BISCAY NE
BEACH SECOND ADDITION,
according to th* pla< lh7',
as recorded In Plat Book 46. at
Page 39 of the Public Records
of Dade County. Florida,
has been filed againat you and
you are required to erve a
copy of your *tten defense.
If any to It on HENRY M
WAITZKIN plaintiffs' at-
torney, whose Addresi 1* 740
71 *t Street, Miami Beach. Flor
Ida SS141. on or before January
4 19S2 and file the origin*'
with the clerk of thla court
either before service ori j>U"V
tiffs attorney or Immediately
thereafter, otherwise a default
will be entered against you for
the relief demanded In the
complaint or petition
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of thla Court on November
" RICHARD P BRINKER
A* Clerk of the Court
By William Bradshaw Jr
A* Deputy Clerk
laafj December 4. 11,
IM^ 18. 28. 1981
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
INTHE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITOF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action
NO 81 18*71 FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE THE MARRIAQEOF
LEGER ROMELI B
Petitioner-Husband
and
AVENANTE ROMELUS
Respondent Wile
TO AVENANTE ROMELUS
RESIDENCE UNKNOWN
YOt ARF HEREBY NOTI
El ED that an action for Disso-
lution of Marriage has heen
filed against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your
Wllttan defenses, if any. to it on
H/RVEV D FRIEDMAN.
ESy attorney for Petitioner,
whose address la 420 Uncoln
Road Suite 379 Miami Beach.
Fla 33139. and file the original
with the clerk of the above
styled court on or before Janu-
ary 11. 1982. 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
[SH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS mv hand and the
3 day of December. 1981
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By Willie Bradshaw Jr
A* Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal 1
HARVEY D FRIEDMAN
420 Lincoln Road -
Suite 379
Miami Beach. Florida 33139
Telephone 1SO81 8S1-0S91
Attorney for Petitioner
13445 December 11. 18;
26.1981,
January 1.1982
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITOF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action Noll DOM
(Family Division)
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE THE MARRIAGE OF
ANA MARIA ALONSO.
Petitioner.
RENE OSCAR ALONSO.
Respondent
TO RENE OSCAR ALONSO
Angel Guerra No 6
Holguln. Orlente
Cuba
YOC ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that an action for Dlaao
lutlon of Marriage has been
filed against you and you are
required to serve a copy of youi
written defenses If any to It on
ORTA. RODR1GCEZ A
ASSOC ATTORNEY FOR Pe
tltloner whose address is 2091
Coral V.ay. Miami. Florida
33148. and file the original with
the clerk of the above styled
court on or before January 4th.
1982. otherwise a default will
be entered againat you for the
relief demanded In the com-
plaint or petition
Thl* notice shall be published
once each week for four con
ecutlve week* In THE JEW
ISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the
aeal of said court at Miami.
Florida on thla 1 day of Decem-
ber. 1981
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By K Self lied
At Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal 1
Jorge R Orta. Esc.
ORTA. RODRIGUEZ
A ASSOC
Attorney for Petitioner
1 2091 Coral Way
Miami. Florida SS146
I Telephone 18081 868-9SS0
1S4J7 December!. 11;
I 18,28.1981


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Page TZB
_J_om Jewish Floriduu,
l/Fridv.Deceinh.?K iM,
The Jewish Floridisn / Friday. December 26,1981
.
Public Notice!
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage In buaine**
under the flctltloue name of
2180 Property Venture, a Flor
Ida General Partnerehlp. at
number 1311 N.W. 128th Street.
In the City of Miami. Florida.
Intend* to register the amid
name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
Dated at Miami. Florida. thU
13th day of November 1M1.
LESLIE SHAWN
KIGENE H. LEONARD
RICHARD GRANT
GILBERTTANDY
FRA.N FIMA.N
EUGENE H. BAGLEY
BERNARD MARKO
I BARRY BLAXBERG
Attorney for Applicant
SPAKBER. SHEVIN,
ROSF.N.SHAPO
* HKILBRONNER. PA.
30th Floor.
AmerlFirst Bldg
One Southeast "Third Ave.
Miami. Florida 83131
13423 December4.il.
18.36.1981
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undaralgned.
desiring to engage In bualneee
under the flrtltloua name* Dell-
Tlaer. Inc. d-b-a Mr. Dell TUer
at 138T1 SW 88 ST.. MIAMI. FL
38188 Intend* to register eald
namee with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
Fred Cohen, Owner
1S48S December 18.38.1881.
___________ January 1. 8, 1883
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 81-3*94
Division 03
IN RE ESTATE OF
ANTHONY VRANICH.
Deceased
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
The administration of the es-i
late of ANTHONY VRANICH
dV ,ised. File Number 81-3924.
k tn the Circuit Court!
foi t>Mde County. Florida.
i I Mvislon. the address
Of Is 73 West Flagler
St Miami. Florida 33130
11 imea and addresses of
th. tonaJ representative
ar personal represents .
tn mey are set forth

vresled persons are re
file with this court,
.s N THREE MONTHS OF
THI HIRST PUBLICATION
OF ("HIS NOTICE. (II all
Claims against the estate and
i' in) objection by an Inter
ested person to whom notice
was mailed tha challenges the
validity of the will, the quallfl
cations of the personal repre-
sentative, venue, or Jurisdic-
tion of the court
ALL CLAIMS AND OBJEC
TTONS NOT SO FILED WILL
BE FOREVER BARRED
Publication of this Notice ha*
begun on December 4. 1881.
Personal Representative*:
DOROTHY KLARIN -
Co-Pers Representative
172 7th Street
Hlcksvllle. NY. 11801
ANNIE BARTH -
Co-Pers Representative
Sandalwood Park 180.
907 So Euclid St.
Santa Ana,
California B2704
MICHAEL J ZYNE -
Co-Pers Representative
1481 Blue Road
Coral Gable*.
Florida 33148
Attorney for Peranal
Representative:
SCHMIER. CANNER A
GLASSER
By
Hi m ARD E HOROWITZ
2900 East Hallandale
Beach Boulevard
Suite 611.
Hallandale. Florida 33009
Telephone 13001 849-1588
0134*: December 4. 11:
1/1.29. 1881
INTHE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITIN ANDFOR
DAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA
FAMILY DIVISION
CASE NO: 81-18333 FC
NOTICE BY
PUBLICATON
INHh rheMarrlag*of
GREGORY LEDESMA,
Petitioner,
and
TERKS1TA LEDESMA.
Respondent
TO TK RESIT A LEDESMA
Contrera7807
Entre Narclso Lopez
Lopez y
Antonio Maceo
Guana Jay.
Habana. Cuba
YOl' ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that a Petition for Disso-
lution of Marriage has been
filed against you. and you ar*
required to **rve a copy of your
Answer or Pleading to the
Petition to th* Husband's at-
torney. MILTON C. GOOD
MAN. FSQCIRE. Suite 810 Ble
cayne Building, 18 Weat Flag
lar Street. Miami. Florida
13130 and 01* the original
Answer or PIding In the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court, on or before the 4 day of
January. 1883. If you fall to do
*o. Default Judgment will be
taken a^alne! you for th* relief
demanded In the Petition
DONE AND ORDERED at
Miami Dade County. Florida,
this < RICHARD P. BRINKER
Clerk,
Circuit Court.
Dade County. Florida
By M J Hartnett
deputy Clerk
CI RCi; IT COURT SEAL
013488 December 4,11;
IS. SB. 1881
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned.
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious name of
Sunny land Gulf Service Station
at number 1340 West Flagler
Street. In Jie City of Miami.
Florida. Intends to register the
said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this
30 day of November, 1881.
Manuel Rodriguez
OuUlermoSoetchin. Esq.
Attorney for Applicant
1401 West Flagler Street
Miami. FL 83138
13461 December 18, 30,1881;
January 1,8,1883
NOTICE OF ACTION "
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUI T COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action
No.11 1/7 55 FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE. THE MARRIAGE OF
VIRGINIA CALVO.
Petitioner Wife
and
HERMAN QUESADA.
Respondent Husband
TO HERMAN
QUESADA
Barrio Ca lit.
Calle4 Caa*248
San Joae. Coeta Rica
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that an action for Dleeo
lutlon of Marriage has been
filed against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your
written de fenses, if any. to It on
MARIO QUINTERO. JR
ESQ. attorney for PeUUoner.
whose address Is 101 N.W. 12th
Avenue. Miami. Florida, and
file the original with the clerk
of the above styled court on or
before January 22. 1882. other
wise 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
eecutlve weeks In THE JEW-
ISH FLORID IAN.
WITNESS my hand and th*
sea) of said court at Miami.
Florida on this 18 day of De-
cember. 1881
RICHARD P ERINKER
A* Clerk. Circuit Court
Dad* County, Florida
By K. Selfrted
Aa Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
MARIO QUINTERO JR. Eaq
101 N.W. 12th Avenue
Miami. Florida. 33138
Telephone: (3051 830-8844
Attorney for Petitioner
13482 December 18.26. l8l;
January 1.8.1863
IN THE CIRCUIT COUR
FOR
DAOE COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
Fil* Number 61-10011
Division 61
IN RE: ESTATE OF
SAMUEL WELNSTEIN.
a-k-a
SAMUEL M WEINSTEIN.
Deceased
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
The administration of the es-
tate of Samuel M Welnsteln.
deceaaed. File Number 81-
10032. la pending in the Circuit
Court for Dade County. Flor-
Ida. Probate Division, th*
addreaa of which la Dade
County Courthouse. 73 West
Flagler Street. Miami. FL
33130. The names and addreaa
of tha personal representative
and th* personal represents
tlve's attorney are eat forth
below
All lntereeted person* are
required to file with this court,
WTTHIN THREE MONTHS OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE: (1) all
claim* against th* estate and
(3) any objection by an Inter
ested person to whom notice
was mailed that challenges the
validity of the will, tha quallfl
cation of th* personal repre-
sentative, venue, or Jurisdic-
tion of the court.
ALL CLAIMS AN OBJEC-
TIONS NOT SO FILED WILL
BE FOREVER BARRED.
Publication of this Notice has
begun on December 18.1861
Personal Representative:
MANFREDKAUFMANN
17030NE 2nd Court
North Miami Beach. FL 83183
Attorney for Personal
RepresantaUv*:
SPARSER. SHEVIN,
ROSEN, SHAPO*
HEILBRONNER, PA
On* Southeast Third
Avenue. 80th Floor
Miami. FL 13131
Telephone: (808)368-7880
13483 December 18. 30.1881
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF*
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITIN ANDFOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIOA
Cai* N*.61-17*41 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
IN RE The Marriage Of
AMARANTHE AUGUSTTN.
Petitioner-Wife,
and
PIERRE JAQUES
AUGUSTTN.
Respondent Husband
NOTICE BY
PUBU CATION
YOU. PIERRE JAQUES
AUGUSTIN. ar* hereby noti-
fied to serve a copy of your
Answw to the Petlton For Dl*
solution of Marriage filed
against you. upon Wife's attor-
ney, GEORGE NICHOLAS.
ESQUIRE. 613 N.W. 13th Ave-
nue. Miami. Florida 33136. and
file original with the Clerk of
the Court on or before January
4, 1881, otherwise the Petition
will be confeeeed by you.
DATED this 33 day of No-
vember, 1881
RICHARD P BRINKER
CLERK
By L C Bedaaae
Deputy Clerk
Circuit Court Seal
13438 December 4, 11; i
18.26. 1M1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage in business
under the flctlUoue name De-
signer Sub at 13010 SW 06 Ave
Miami FL SS176 Intends to
register aaid name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florlda.
The Sub Machine Inc.
13010 SW 96 Ave.
Miami. FL 33176
13432 December 4 11
18.26. 19M
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the underalgned.
desiring to engage in business
under the fictitious name* of
111 N.A S Publishing. i2i
Adon Production*. l3) Bass
man Distributing, and 14)
Angle Management; at c-o
Shanell Records. Inc. 2701
N W 46 Street. No 7. Miami.
FL 33142 intend* to register
aid name* with th* Clark of
th* Circuit Court if Dad*
County. Florida.
SHANELL
RECORDS. INC
By James Calvin Ward
James Calvin Ward.
Director
JAVITS A KAKP
David A Karp
Attorney for Shanell
Record*. Inc.
3990 Biscayne Blvd Suit* 804
Miami. Florida 33187-3878
Telephone (306) 678-4636
13448 December 18. 38.1881.
January 1.6. IBM
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
INTHE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action
No. 81 181 SO FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The Marriage of
ElviraG Roman
PeUUoner Wife
and
Anaatac lo Roman
Respondent Husband
TO. Anaataclo Roman
Address and
Residence Unknown
YOl ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that an action for Dlsso
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
Louis R Heller attorney for
Petitioner, whose address is
420 Lincoln Rd Suite 238.
Miami Beach, Fl 33130. and
file the original with the clerk
of the above styled court on or
before January 8. 1882. other
wise a default will be entered
against you for the relief de
mandril in the complaint or
petition.
ThU notice shall be published
once each week for four con-
secuUve weeks in THE JEW
ISH FLORID IAN.
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami.
Florida on this 1 day of Decem
her. 1881
RICHARD P BRINKER
Aa Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By Willie Bradahaw Jr.
Aa Deputy Clark
13434 December 11. 18.
SS.1881.
j^mi mi
m
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that th* underalgned.
dealring to engage In bualneee
under the flcUUoua name U.S.
INDEPENDENT REFIN-
ERIES at 4108 East 4th Ave-
nue. Hlaleah. Florida 38013 In
tenda to register aaid name
with th* Clark of the Circuit
Court of Dad*County. Florida
Tace of Florida
Wholesaler*. Inc
By: EVELIOTOLEDO
BY: ERNESTO TOLEDO
DANIEL M. KEIL. ESQ
Attorney for Tacc of
Florida Wholesalers. Inc.
31*9 West 4th Avenue
Hlaleah. Florida 33012
1S4SS Deoamber IS. 36.1881;
January 1. 8.1883
NOTICE OF ACTION f
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
INTHE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIOA, IN '
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action
N0.81-17SS4
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE FOR
DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE THE MARRIAGE OF
ROBERTO MILLAN.
PeUUoner
and
NIURKA MILLAN.
Respondent.
TO: NlurkaMlllan
Residence Unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that a peUUon for Disso-
lution of your Marriage has
been filed and commenced in
this court and you are required
to serve a copy of your written
defenaea. If any. to It on Henry
Leyte-Vtdal; Stone. Soatchln A
Gonzalez. PA., attorney for
PeUUoner. whose address is
1401 West Flagler Street.
Miami. FL 33138 (Tel 306 649-
44111, and file the original with
the clerk of the above styled
court on or before January
19th 1982. otherwise a default
will be entered against you for
the relief prayed for In th*
complaint or petition
This noUce shall be published
once each week for four con-
secuUve weeks in THE JEW
ISHFLORIDIAN
WITNESS my he.:.d and the
seal of said court at Miami.
Florida on this 9th day of DE
CEMBER 11. 1981
RICHARD P BRINKER
Aa Clark, Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
ByK Selfrled
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal i
Henry I.rytr \ idal;
stone Soatchln k
Gonzalez P A
1401 West Flagler St
Miami. Fl SS13S
%ttonwi fo Petitioner
13447 December 11. 18. 36.1881.
January 1 1982
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the underalgned.
dealring to engage in business
under the flctlUoue name*
Squire Shopa Warehouse Inc
d-b-a Squire Shopa Warehouae
d-b-a Squire Shop* at 13160 SW
87 Ave Miami. Fl 33186 in-
tend* to reglater aaid namee
with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida
Daniel Kaufman. Owner
13498 December 18. SB. 1881.
January 1.8.1883
INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN ANDFOR
DAOE COUNTY. FLORIOA
CASE NO II H7I1FC
FAMILY DIVISION
IN RE The Marriage Of
AUGUSTIN BERNARD.
PeUUoner Husband,
and
CELESTE BERNARD.
Respondent Wife
NOTICE BY
PUBUCATION
YOU. CELESTE BER
NARD. RESIDENCE UN
KNOWN, are hereby notified to
aerve a copy of your Answer to
the PeUUon For Dissolution of
Marriage filed against you.
upon Husband's attorney
GEORGE NICHOLAS. E
QUIRE. 912 N W tfth Avenue.
Miami. Florida 33136. and file
original with the Clerk of the
Court on or before January 22,
1882 otherwise the Petition
will be confeeeed by you
DATED thla 21 day of De
cember! 1981
RICHARD P BRINKER
CLERK
By M J Hartnett
Deputy Clerk
13471 December 26,1981.
January 1 8. 18. 1982
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITIN ANDFOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
FAMILY DIVISION
CASE NO. 61-16)1 FC
NOTICE OF SUIT
IN RE The Marriage of
NERY ANTON1A
TURCIOS JACKSON.
Wife,
and
WILLIAM D ALTON
JACKSON.
Hue band.
TO: WILLIAMDALTON
JACKSON
Residence Unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED. THAT AN ACTION FOR
Dissolution of Marriage haa
been filed against you. and you
ar* required to **rv* a copy of
your written defense If any, to
It on JOSEPH Mc MULLEN.
ATTORNEY FOR WIFE.
whoae addr*** la 6870 Coral
Way, Miami. Florida. SUM.
and file the original with the
Clerk of the above aty led Court
on or before the 4 day of Janu-
ary, 1683. otherwise a judg-
ment may be entered against
you for the relief demanded in.
the PeUUon
Wltnea* my hand and seal of
said Court on December 1,1881
RICHARD P. BRINKER
Clerk of Said Court
By M J Hartnett
As Deputy Clerk
(CIRCUIT COURT BE AL1
13431 December 4, 11.
r 18, SB. 1881
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the underalgned.
dealring to engage in business
under the flctlUou* name Da-
vid William Apartment Hotel
at 700 BUtmore Wavy, Corai
Gable*. Fla. Intend* to reglater
aaid name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dad* County.
Florida.
Orover MoekowlU
Attorney for
Albert H Sakolaky
18344 December 13, 38, 1881;
January 1, S. 1SB3
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number II *t5
Division 81
IN RE ESTATE OF
CHARLES GOLDSTEIN
Deceaaed
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
The administration of the es-
tate of CHARLES GOLD
STEIN, deceaaed FUe Number
81-9986. Is pending In th* Cir-
cuit Court for Dad* County.
Florida. Probate Division, th*
addreaa of which 1* 78 Weat
Flagler Street. Miami. Florida
The name* and address of th*
personal repreaentaUve* and
the personal repreaentaUve'*
attorney are set forth below.
All lntereeted persona ar* 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
eeted person to whom notice
was mailed that challenge* the
validity of the will, the quallflr
atlons of the person! repreeen-
taUvee. venue, or jurisdiction
of th* court
ALL CLAIMS AND OB
JECTIONS NOT SO FILED
WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED.
PubllraUon of this NoUce ha*
begun on December 18. 1981
Personal Representatives
HAROLD GOLDSTE1N
980 Lake Shore Drive
Chicago. IL60811
PAULGRAVER
610 Surrey Lane
I lien view II. 80029
Attorney for Personal
RrpreeentaUvee
GEORGE J
TALIANOFF. P A
MC,
2888 S Bavahore Drive
Miami. Florida 13133
Telephone 868-3330
134B6 December 18 26. 1981
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DAOE COUNTY. FLORIOA
FAMILY CIVIL
DEPARTMENT
CASE NO. 61 18841 FC
NOTICE OF SUIT
IN RE THE MARRIAGE OF
PAMELA WILDS MARMIN
PeUUoner.
and
FRANK I. MARMIN.
Respondent
TO: FRANK L MARMIN
c-o SUco Weat
Vending Company
7700 Ke*t*r Avenue
VanNuys CA 81406
8299 Canoga Avenue
Unit 19
Woodland Hills
CA 91387
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that a PeUUon for the
DtaaoluUon of Marriage haa
been filed and commenced in
the Court and you are required
to aerve a copy of your written
defenaea. if any. to It on PAUL
R MARCUS. ESQ Attorney
for PeUUoner whose addreaa is
9200 South Dadeland Boule-
vard. Suite 930. Miami. Florida
33196. and file the original with
the Clerk of the above styled
Court on or before the 16 day of
January. 1982. otherwise a
default wUl be entered against
you for th* relief prayed for In
the PeUUon which Include*
prayer for relief against the
marital abode as follows
Thla notice shall be posted
once a weak for four Ooneecu-
Uve weak* In THE JEWISH
FLORIDIAN
WITNESS MY HAND AND
SEAL of aaid Court on Miami.
Florida, thla 10 day of Decem-
ber 1881.
RICHARD P BRINKER
aa Clark of
th* Circuit Court.
Dad* County. Florida
by M J Hartnett
Deputy Clerk
PAUL R. MARCUS. ESQ.
Attorney for PeUUoner
9300 S Dad* I
No 831
Miami. Florida 88186
land Blvd.
Telephone (BOB) 861
13480 December IS. SB. 1881 i
January 1.6. 1881
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVIC*
(NOFROPBRTV, C"'
HTM- CIRCUIT COURT,*
TNB.LaVBNTHjOoiClfi
CIRCUIT OF FLORID*. \y
AND FOR OAOE COUNTY
Civil Action
N*. 61 11711 FC
IN RE :Th* Marriage of
THOMAS E WOODijr Y
P*UUoner '
and
GWENDOLINE
WOODLEY.
Respondent
TO: GWENDOLINE M
WOODLEY
212 Manor Eaat
Red Bank.
New Jersey 07701
YOU ARE HEREBY VQTI.I
FIED that an artion for LvimVi
filed against you and you are I
required to aerve a copy of your
written defenaea. if any tolton
NANCY C APPLETON ESQ
attorney for PeUUoner whoae
addree. la 710 N E 128 Street
North Miami. Florida SSiei
and fll* the original with the
clerk of the above styled court
on or before January 15 19*3
otherwlaed a default m be |
entered against you for the j
relief demanded In the com
plaint or petition
Thla noUce ahall be publlahed I
once each week for four oj>,
eecuUve week* In THE JFW
ISHFLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the
aeal of aaid court at Miami
Florida on this 9 dav of Decem
ber. 1881
RICHARD P BRISKER
Aa Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade Count v Florida
ByM J Hartnett
Aa Deputy Clerk
Circuit Court Seal
COUOHLIN an;
APPLETON
710 N E 126 Street
North Miami Florida33181
By Nancy C Apj
Attorney for Petitioner
13461 December 18.31
January ; |9U
INTHECIRCUITCOURT
FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIOA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 61 4417
Division 01
IN RE ESTATE OF
GEORGE FISHER
Deceased
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
The admlnlatraUon of the es
late of GEORGE FISHER de
ceased. FUe Number 11-8617 :t
pending tn the Circuit Court for
bade County. Florida. Probate
Division, the addreaa of which
la TS West Flagler Street
Miami. Florida 33130 The
namee and addresses of thr
personal repreeentaUve and
the personal repreaentaUve s
attorney are set forth bekm
AH Interested persons are
required to fUe with this court
WITHIN THREE MONTHS Or
THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE ill all
claims against the estate and
(2) any objecUon by ar. inter
eated person to whom notice
was mailed that challenges the
validity of the will the quallflc
aUona of the peraonal repre
aentaUve. venue, or Jurlsdlc
Uon of the court
ALL CLAIMS AND OBJEC-
TIONS NOT Si A ILL
BE FOREVER BARRED
Publication of this NoUc* ha.
begun on December'. 19X1
Personal Repress
BETTY FISHrK
19390 Collins Ave V
Miami Beach Florids 33160
Attorney for Personal a
Representative
IJ.OYDS OLASSER
SCHMIER CANNER8
GLASSER
2600 E Hallandale
Beach Blvd
Hallandale. Florida 33008
Telephone iS09>e4f. ISM
13492 December;- ii 1981
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IB HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious name Paa-
teur Medical Clinic at 3338
Palm Ave Hlaleah. Fla 33012
Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida
Cllnlcaa Paateur. Inc
By: Iahmael Hernandez
President
Smith A Handler. P A
Attorney for Applicant
18433 December 11.18;
SB. 1BB1:
January 1,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIECUITINANDFOR
OAOB COUNTY, FLORIDA
FAMILY DIVISION
CASE NO. II UNO
NOTICE OF ACTION
In re th* marriage of
LOUISE QOOCH.
PetlUoner-Wlfe
ISAAC QOOCH.
ReaoondaiaVHuaband
TO: ISAACOOOCH
c-o Pariah Prlaon
BUS. Broad St
Dorm No. 2
N*w Orleans. La_^
YOU ISAAC OOOCH "
hereby nottfted to file >our
anawar to thla Petition for DB-
otuOon of Marriage ***
Clerk of th* Court *nd mau a
copy to P*MUon*r-s Attorney
DlNIEL OALLUP. EbQ
13148 Coronado Terrace .> '^
Miami Florida, 181*1 o" *f
SrtT^uary 19, 1982 ..e'
Uon will b* takan aa oonfea.^
Thl* 10 day of Decer-.t-*r.
'"RICHARD P. BRWKER
Cterk Circuit Court
By N. A H*wet:
Deputy Clerk
13448 Daeamberii.je .*.
January l'1"1


'

-:
Nathan Ehrlich, 39-Year Resident
survived by his children. Harvey
Nathan Ehrlkh. 76. of North
Mim. Beach pumiImt/f De-
II!** 21. Mr Ehrlich had made
fflMM here for the paat 39
*TSotaI from New York
V? He was a member of the
oi'iin Orem Condommium
"Stion. and the Levi Eshkol
Chapter of B nai B'"th He '"
(Jacqueline) Ehrlich, Tallahas'
see; Alan (Barbaral Ehrlich,
Miami, and Elaine (Milton)
Myers. Miami; brother. Joseph
Ehrlich; 13 grandchildren and
one great-grandchild Services
were held December 23 at Gordon
Funeral Home with interment in
Star of David Memorial Park.
Maurice Miller Passes Away
Maurice Miller. 83. of Miami,
pg^ed away December 18. Mr
Miller had made his home here
for the past 28 years, coming
from Cleveland. Ohio. Gabbai of
Temple Zion. Mr. Miller is sur-
vived bv his son. Dr. Milton Mil-
l of North Miami Beach, a
daughter. Ruth Kate of Cleve-
land. Ohio, seven grandchildren
and four great grandchildren
Funeral services were held De-
cember 20 at Gordon Funeral
Home. Graveside and interment
services were held December 21
in Cleveland
Haig: Unacceptable To U S
WASHINGTON (JTA) -
Secretary of State Alexander
Haig said here that Saudi Ara-
bia's proposal for a Palestinian
Mte with East Jerusalem as its
capital us especially unac-
ceptable to the United States.
Haig singled out that part of
Saudi Crown Pnnos Fahd's eight-
point peace plan for comment in
an appearance before the House
Foreign Affairs Committee. He
said there were several other as-
pects of the Saudi plan that did
not meet IS criteria or were
matters to be settled by nego-
tiations
President Reagan said at a
Whits Mouse Dress conference
recent 1> that the Saudi plan
contained positive elements
which implied willingness to rac-
ognue Israel and negotiate with
it He was referring to Fahd's
seventh point which called for all
countries in the region to live in
peace without specifically
mentioning 1-rael.
HAIG. who met for 90 minutes
ith .i six meml>er Knesset dele-
sen) hen to explain Is-
lion of the Fahd plan.
told '.' that one point
"especially has been unaccept-
able We have made that very
clear." He said it was the point
calling for a Palestinian state
Haig also said that "on
balance the Western European
countries have been helpful
toward the formation of the Mul-
tinational Force and Observers
(MFO) which will patrol Sinai af-
ter Israel completes its with
drawal next April But he
added. Perhaps their level of
rhetoric and their actions could
be counter-productive'' and that
he had suggested this to Ameri-
ca's European allies
He was referring to the Euro-
pean Economic Community's
I EEC I coolness toward the (amp
David process and its endorse
ment of Palestine Liberation Or
ganizalion participation in future
peace negotiations The EEC
attitude is to be incorporated in a
declaration approving the par
ticipation of member states in the
MFO Britain. France. Italy and
Holland have indicated they are
willing to contribute to the 2.500-
man forw Israel has said it
would disqualify any country
that joins the fbtca on any basis
other than the Camp David ac-
cords
Camp David Accords Only
Way to Settlement
I onnnurd from Page 20-B
resolution utterly
ting the Saudi peace plan
,r!>; th European Economic
ECl pence inma
and reaffirmed that Jem-
indiviejbls capital of
Pi I and cither i.-.ui
i|"'sitK,n Labor Parly
pledges from the
to conclude the
talks with Egypt and
s b) next April, when
omplete its with
drawal from Sinai, and to invite
the Saudis to enter peace talks
uh Israel without pre-
conditions
ALTHOUGH LABOR and
Likud, in behind the scenes nego
tuitions, failed to reach agree-
ment on a joint Knesset resolu-
twn. Ubor Party leader Shimon
* a&"*d that his faction
*ould abstain rather than vote
Winst the Knesset resolution of
confidence in the government's
P''oes Mapam members of the
Labor Alignment and Labor MK
loss. Sand bucked party discip-
le and voted against the gov-
ernment, as did Shulamit Aloni
0,tneCi%ilRightaMoveinent
In the course of the debate. Be
*"> disclosed that Israel con
JJ almost daily" over-
"^ of Lebanon for photo re-
connaissance purposes without
nterference from the Syrian
kth Raphael Concert
The annual Cantonal Concert
t lemple Bath Raphael will be
teas -10 the Temple sane
r. ,tiue8t artists include
^nior /,vi Adler Temple Kmanu
uL tor Saul Meisels of Cleve-
""d "d Miami, and Louia
Yvnieli. Israeli opera singer.
SAM ni reissues
based there He said that if the
missiles w.re fired, Israel would
not hesitate to horn!' them Hut
he also indicated that Israel
would withhold action against
the missiles pending renewed
efforts by l s aw
dor Philip Habib to have them
removed Habih is due to return
to the region this month
SINGER
Dorothy of Miami Beach pawed away
OKtmtxr 77 She was a reside"' for 19
wn. coming from New vor* She survived by her husband. William, sons^
irwm Oaddano and wife. vera. of
Seattle Washington Joseph D addano,
and wife. Edith of New York City, and
four grandchildren She was a Spirit ot
Lite and a Million Dollar Club member
ot tnt City of Hope and entertainment
director ot me Southgatt Woman s
Social Club Service* December 24 at
Riverside
DANENBERG
Eineoettv B7. Miami, pasaed away
December 21 Sha had made her home
in Miami tor the p*t '5 years, coming
trom New York City JawMgyg
ot the United Order ot True Sisters sne
it survive by two brothers. Danny.
Birmingham. Alabama, and SSJW
Evansviiie. Indiana, two mmmm
France* Post, Miami, andi^eyt**
Birmingham. Alabama Services were
held December 23 at Gordon Funeral
Home
BRENNER .,
Fay* o Miami Beech came here i
years ago trom Long I Stand. *
survived by daughter and son in lew
Meryl and Ronald Mnini<"g
grandchildren, brothers Jack and Cy
Goldenberg. '? Clslre Getler. Rae
Nuiman, Anne GoWenberg. and Jean
Hochman *"" *' J~Z
December 17 at Mt Nebo with erraraes-
mentsby Riverside
cTntWnla Services were hefd
5icmber23atRut)inrilbert
Obituaries
Friday. December 26, 1961 / The Jewish Fforidinn Page 23-B
Louis Makovsky Passes
Rabbi Seymour Spolter, 3, of Silver
Spring, Maryland, a government law
yer and Talmudic scholar and teacher,
died at his home December 10 after a
long illness
Rabbi Spolter, a native ot New York
City who was raised in Miami Beach,
was a senior attorney with several US
government regulatory agencies At the
time of his death, he was attached to the
Federal Energy Regulatory Com
mission (FERC). an independent unit
within the Department of Energy
Rabbi Spolter received his elemen
tary school education at The Hebrew
Academy of Greater Miami, and subse
quently studied at the Telshe Yeshlva in
Wycliffe. Ohio He was graduated from
Yeshiva University in I9SX and re
celved his ordination from HaRav
Moshe Feinstein at Meslfta Tltereth
Yerushalayim in 1945 Ha gained his
Doctor of Laws degree In 1961 from the
New York university School ot Law.
Rabbi Spolter began his government
service in I96t as a staff member of the
division ot corporate regulation of the
Securities and Exchange Commission,
working in the New York regional of
flea. He transferred to the SEC's
Washington headquarters in 1973. loin
mg the division of Investment manage
ment He received a superior per
formance award for his work atthe
commission
in 1977. he was appointed to the staff
of me off ice ot the general counsel of the
Department of Energy Later that year.
he was named to me staff of the newly
formed office of the special counsel
Superiors remember him as an "ab-
solutely superb lawyer, unusually gift
ed, and very thorough." in late 1971, he
transferred to FERC
in addition to his government service,
Rabbi Spolter taught at the Midrashe
Community Hebrew High School, and
served as a board member of Young la
rael Shomrai Emunah. and as chairman
ot the Hebrew curriculum committee of
the board of education of the Hebrew
Academy of Greater Washington.
He was the author ot numerous *r
tides on legal subjects, both secular and
religious
Rabbi Spolter was buried in Israel
He is survived by his wife. Shaine. a
member of the faculty of the Yeshlva
High School of Greater Washington, by
seven children Sarah. Shira. Vast,
Ruby. Ya>r. Mordechai and Yonatan,
by his parents. Mr and Mrs Isadore
Spolter of Miami Beach, and by two
brothers Arthur and David, of Miami
Beach
Contributions in Rabbi Spolter s name
may be made to the Yeshiva High
School of Greater Washington or the He
brew Academy of Greater Washington
Louis Makovsky. 81, of Miami
Beach passed away Tuesday, De-
cember 22. A 36 year resident,
formerly of St. Louis. Survived
by wife. Frances; daughter. Rose
Marie Chalek of Arizona; grand-
children, Pam and Richard
Chalek; great-granddaughter,
Jessica Chalek; brother and
sisters, Mrs Mary Koshner, Jack
Makovsky, Dr. Irwin Makovsky.
Mrs. Bertie Meatman. Morris
Makovsky. Mrs. Edith Binder,
and Mrs. Ruth Shanker; Broth-
ers-in-law, Edward, Benjamin,
and Harry J. Sonz; Sister-in-law,
HITTKF.R Marlon. December 20
ISENBERG Minnie North Miami
Beach December 16
BERGKH Herman. 78. Lauderhlll
DORER David. M December 22. Rlv
rriliir
MAN Jack, 82 Hollywood De
cember 22. Riverside
GERMAN William 80. Miami Beach
MARCfS Harry A 80 Miami. Decem-
ber 22. Gordon
NAHMIA9 Gabriel Joaeph. Decatur.
Ga December 22 Rlveralde
WK1NSTK1N Louis 88, 3urfalde.
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Millicent Dworkin. He was a
member of the Greater Miami
Auxiliary to the Miami Jewish
Home and Hospital for the Aged,
past President of Ohev Shalom,
past Vice President of Beth
Jacob Congregation, past presi-
dent of the Alexander Gross He-
brew Academy and a member of
B"nai B'rith. Funeral services
were held Wednesday. December
23. 3:30 p.m. at 'The Riverside,"
Guardian Plan Chapel, 1920
Alton Rd.. Miami Beach. 531-
1151, with interment in Mt. Sinai
Cemetery.
Joseph Schmier, 76,
Lawyer, Jewish Leader
Joseph Schmier. a Hallandale
lawyer and Jewish activist in
North Miami Beach, died Friday
at his home. He was 76.
Mr. Schmier came to North
Miami Beach in 1958 from New
York City, where he had been a
president of the Avenue N Jewish
Center in Brooklyn and the Fresh
Meadows Jewish Center in
Flushing. He was a member of
the Untied Synagogue Council of
Yeshiva University and was the
first vice president of the Brook-
lyn Jewish Community Council.
A graduate of St. Johns Uni-
versity law school, he had been a
lawyer for 54 years. He was a
partner in the Hallandale law
CHERRY. Robert, TJ. Miami Beach.
December 18, Rubin Zllbert
GOLDBERG. Ethel (Parta) Palm
Beach, December 17. Menorah Chapel*
GOLDMAN. Arthur Aaron. SB. Ft Lau-
derdale. December 17. Rlveralde
GORDON. Philip. S8. Miami Beach, De
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and Mrs William Nitzberg, Dr and
Mrs Mark Nitzberg. and Lisa. Richard
and Laurie Nitzberg Services were held
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Glasser
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dent of the Beth Torah Men's
Club, a member of the Miami
Beach Elks Club and former
chairman of the board of Temple
Adath Yeshurun. In 1973. Beth
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Rose: daughter. Gail Gregg;
sister. Rose Adler, Sid Schoen-
feld, Lillian Rabinovitz. Helen
Alperin and Vivian Chaliff; and a
grandson.
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Section C
This Chanukiah dates back to 17th Century Iraq.
A Complexity of Answers
Endless Designs
Chanukah
menoRah VaRiety
is Astonishing
By JERRY D BARACH
MOST OF us know of the Chanukah menorah
as a rather simple affair, even though our menorot
or Chanukiot. as they are more properly called,
may range from inexpensive tin to heavy, solid
objects made of silver, copper or brass
Generally, the Chanukiot familiar to most Jews
today are of two basic types: the multi-branched
menorah shaped ones, with arms or candle
holders extending from a central elongated stem,
or the "bench" type where the Chanukiah sits
squatty on the table, with candle holders in a hor-
izontal row.
IN SPITE of this generality, the Chanukiah
over the generations has appeared in thousands of
design variations, ranging from quite simple
stone oil containers to elaborate silver, brass and
porcelain artifacts Indeed, the Chanukiah has
l>ecome a highly developed form of Jewish cere-
monial art. Even a short visit to the notable dis-
play of Chanukiot at the Israel Museum in Jeru-
salem or for the matter to any museum dis-
playing Judaica wilt soon open one's eyes to
the tremendous creativity that has been poured
into the design of Chanukiot.
Not surprisingly, the designs of Chanukiot in
various communities and in various epochs are
highly reflective of the art of the period and place
in which Jews have found themselves. Sur-
prisingly, the Chanukiot also display many of the
elements of architecture of those same periods, so
much so that three years ago the Israel Museum
presented a special exhibition and printed a
catalogue illustrating the close connection be-
tween Chanukiah designs and the local architec-
ture over the past several hundred years.
Thus, for example, Yemenite Chanukiot are
generally made of stone and show, in some
designs, typical Yemenite houses. Those from Po-
land, in elaborately detailed brass or bronze, have
elements of Polish architecture and motifs, in-
cluding the use of animal figures, which is highly
typical of Polish folk art and architecture. One
Chanukiah on display in the Israel Museum from
Continued on Page 3-C
Chanukah?
By DR. SHMUEL HIMELSTEIN
WHAT IS Chanukah? A simple question, no?
Ar.y grade school child knows the answer
Actually, though, it's not my question: it's a
question posed by the Talmud in the tractate
named Shabbat (21b). There we are told:
What is Chanukah? Our sages stated: On the
25th of Kislfv there are eight days of Chanukah.
in which OM may not offer eulogies or fast Wht-n
the idol worshippers entered the Temple, they
defiled aj] the oils in it. And when the Hasmon-
na ithe Maccabees) vanquished them, they
searched and found but a single jar of oil with the
seal of the High Priest on it. and it contained only
enough oil foe a single day A miracle happened
and the oil lasted for eight days. The following
the) proclaimed this a holiday, with praise
indtha
That > it the sum lotai 0f the story' of why
'-ate Chanukah. There was oil enough for
one da> n lasted for eight days; and there you
banukabi
BIT Jl ST a second. What happened to the
ponou al I !es of the Maccabees? The military
lnnrUS hl" few *88UMt tne many? In its entire
1400 Pagaa, the Talmud doesn't mention
anything of this, except for the incidental com-
ment to see above: "and whan the Hasmoneena
anqui^nea them." It is as if that aspect were un-
"POrtanl which leads us to an interesting
ll* ol Chanukah: how does Jewish tradition
Wat* U) t he subject of war in general?
An ,.ar|y goup^ in our investigation is the
H*. where we all remember how King David.
sweet singer of Israel and author of the
"Hwt poetk masterpiece of all. the Psalms.
* U.U1 that he could not buUd the Temple to the
Almighty You have shed blood abundantly and
"* great wars: you shall not build a houv
m>' name
bJu*" al8 ^ that when the K*1 Altar was
" '* buih, no metal was permitted to be used in
**'' the great stones. The Altar, the sages
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many Answeas to 'What is Chanukah?'
Continued from Page 1-C
said, was meant to prolong life, and metal cuts it
short.
DOES THIS mean that Judaism is anti-war?
One might have imagined so. except for the fact
that we are told very clearly that "if anyone is set
to kill you, take the initiative and kill him first."
Or, as the great medieval scholar Nahmanides
puts it. the Torah shows us clearly that what is
forbidden is only an aggressive war.
In short, we Jews are not against war, but we
do not believe that it enobles one or that it must
be glorified. As Judah L. Magnes. the first presi-
dent of the Hebrew University put it. we cannot
refer to a war as a just one. The most we can say
is that under certain circumstances it may be a
necessary war. when we see no other way to
remove evil from the earth.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Abbott
and Family
Wish All Their Friends
A Vary Happy Chanukah
Mr. and Mrs. Inrin Aronof f
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Want* To Wiah Everyone
A Happy Chanukah
Judge a Mrs. Han/ay Baxter
ft Sona
Mitchell and Kenneth
Wishes The Entlrs Community
A Vary Hsppy Chanukah
Attorney Barnard Bnverman
Wish To Extend The Entire
Jewish Community
A Vary Happy Chanukah
Mr. ft Mrs. William Bragman
And Family
Wish All Their Frlands
A Very Happy Chanukah
Dr. ft Mrs. Jack Brenner
4 Family
Wishes To Extend
Season Greetings To All
Their Friends A Relatives
Mr. and Mrs. Serf S. Brown
c o Bert S. Brown ft Co.
c o Caplan, Morrison ft Brown
Holiday Greetings

'A Happy Chanukah To All'
To All
Tha Butter Family
Harold Cease
And Family
Wish AH Their Frlands
A Very Happy Chanukah
Mr. ft Mrs. Late Cfttfee
Of
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Wants To Wish Everyone A Happy Chenukeh
Mr. ft Mn. David Coleman
And Family
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy Chanukah
Basically, then, as the modern history of Israel
shows us so clearly, we do not shrink from goinj
out to battle when it is necessary, but we do nol
seek war for its own sake. Thus, when the sages ol
the Talmud downplayed the military victory of
the Hasmoneans. they did it deliberately. They
understood the value of the victory, but were not
interested in furthering the cult of militarism, and
the history of our own times has taught us where
that cult can lead.
AND THIS, then, may be the final lesson of
Chanukah for us: that "it is not with armed
forces, and not with power, but with my spirit,
says the Lord." (Zechariah 4:6).
Israel must maintain a strong deterrent force,
and must be eternallly vigilant. If attacked, we
must respond. However, let us hope that the
peace which took us 30 years to achieve will
K<
An early source for our investigation is
the Bible, where we all remember how
King David, the sweet singer of Israel
and author of the Psalms, was told that
he could not built the Temple to the Al-
mighty. 'You have shed blood abun-
dantly and made great wars: you shall
not build a house to my name.'
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Wish You All A Happy Chanukah
Dr. Maxwell and Mrs. Dauar
(Florida Medical Cantor)
Mr. and Mrs. Roger Dauar
Dr. Edward Dauar
Wiah To Extend Greetings To
Their Many Friends and Patients
Dr. and Mn. Letter Epstein
And Family
Wishes To Extend Seasons Greetings
To The Entire Community
Mr. I Mrs. Steven Falg
And Sona
Clayton and Ryan
Wish All Their Friends
A Hsppy Chanukah
spread to the entire region, and put an end to
Israel's wars, so that our people will be able to
pursue the paths of peace. As Rabban Simeon B
Gamaliel says in the Talmud (Avot 1:18) "Bv
three things the world is preserved, by truth bv
judgment and by peace." ^
Mr. m Mra. Gary R. Qaraon
And Family
Wish All Their iFriends
A Very Happy Chanukah
Judge a Mr*. Norman Gerstein
Wishes Everyone
A Very Hsppy Chanukah
Mra. Jaan Falnbarg
And Family
Wishes Ail Their Friends
A Vsry Hsppy Chanukah
Dr. ft Mrs. Norman Gladsden
And Family
Wish All Their Friends
A Happy Chanukah
Mr. a Mra. G. Feldenkreis
And Family
Wish Ail Their Friends
A Very Hsppy Chanukah
Richard Krleger Fink
Wishes His Relatives ft Friends
A Heppy Chanukah
Michael A Nanci Goldstein
And Family
Wishes Everyone
A Very Hsppy CHANUKAH
Mr. and Mrs. J. Maurice Flnkel
Best Wishes To
Our Many Friends end Relatives
Barton S. Goldberg
And Family
Wishes A Hsppy Chanukah To All
Dr. a Mrs. Morry Fox
And Family
Wish All Their Friends
A very Heppy Chanukah
Mrs. Abraham Goodman
Holidey Greetings To
Her Many Friends end Relatives
Mr. a Mrs. Herbert Gopman
Paulatta, Judith and Jonathan
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Hsppy Chanukah
REPRESENTATIVE
Roberta Fox
and Husband
Mike Gold
Wishes Everyone
A Vary Happy Chanukah
Mr. ft Mrs. Sol Frankal
And Family
Wishes All Thei r Friends
A Very Happy Chanukah
Mr. ft Mrs. Howard W. Gordon
And Family
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy Chanukah
Genet ft Mllnar Law Office
Wishes To Extend To All Their
Friends-Relettves-aients
A Very Hsppy Chanukah
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To Their Msny Friends And Relatives

Mr. and Mn. Kenneth Qraanoatg
And Family
Wish AH THEIR Frlands
A vary Happy Chanukah
Mr. ft Mn. Eleazer L. Qraanstaln
And Family
Wish All Their Friends ft Relatives
A Vary Happy Chanukah


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Chanukah menoRah
Coatlaaed from Page 1 -C
(ialicia miniature reproduction of a section of
a wooden synagogue in that region of the past
century. Chanukiot from Morocco show extensive
u9e of the crescent, an Islamic motif, and of
moorish arches.
IN GERMAN communities, there was even a
vogue of producing Chanukiot that were designed
B9 replicas of furniture of the period. An Italian
Chanukiah that can be seen at the Israel Museum
has the loose cross-lace pattern that one can see in
the frontal designs of the palaces of the Doges
along the Grand Canal of Venice. Elements of
rococo and baroque design are common in Euro-
pean Chanukiot until very nearly modern times.
F.ven Christian symbols, somewhat disguised,
can be noted in the Chanukiot of the last couple of
hundred years from Europe. The rosette window
vamety is Astonishing
of Gothic churches, for example, can be found on
some Chanukiot, as can the crowns of various
royal houses of Europe, with the perennial cross
at the top of the crown replaced discreetly, say,
by an eagle
Chaya Benjamin, curator of Judaica at the Is-
rael Museum, explains why the Chanukiah took
on shapes and designs familiar to architecture.
First, the Chanukiah is of course reminiscent of
the rededication of the Temple, itself a building.
Then, the Chanukiah is generally lit in the home
although in some cases (as can still be seen in
very Orthodox quarters in Israel today), it was lit
and hung just outside the doorway.
Third, Chanukiot were very often designed and
made by non-Jewish craftsmen, since Jews were
not permitted into the various craft guilds of
F.urope. Naturally, these craftsmen used the
Mr. ft Mrs. Peter Hornick
Wish To Extend Holiday Greetings
To Their Friends and Relatives
The /sen Family
Jerry, Barbara, Phillip
Rachael ft Roberta
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy Chanukah
Mr
ft Mrs. E. Jan Jacob!
And Family
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy Chanukah
Dr. Bruce A. Julian
Dr. Arthur J. Schatz
Wishes Everyone
A Happy Chanukah
Mrs. Sara Kaufman
And David Katenhaus
Wishes To Extend Holiday Greetings
To Their Friends A Relatives
Mrs. Desiderio Kallerman
And Family
Wish All Their Friends
A Happy Chanukah
Mr. ft Mrs. Allan Kessfer
Wishes To Extend Seasonal Greetings
To Their Many Friends ft Relatives
Mr. ft Mr%. Jacob Kotlar
Extends Seasonal Greetings To
Their Many Friends ft Relatives
Mr. ft Mr%. George Kronangold
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy Chanukah
Irwln ft Rosaline Kulbarah
And Children
liana-Jay-Rachal Rachatman
Wishes Everyone A Happy Chanukah
Mr. & Mrs. J. David Liabman
And Children
Hanry-Laura-Rosanna-Sidnay-Nathanlal
Wishes Everyone A Happy Chanukah
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Leigh PH.D.
Extends Wishes and Greetings
To Our Many Friends ft Relatives
Mr. Patar M. Lopez
Wishes To Extend Holiday Greetings
To His Friends & Relatives
Mrs. Harry Markowitz
Extends Season Greetings
To Her Many Friends and Relatives
Or. ft Mrs. Jules Minkas
Danny-Robbie-Kenny-Sussie-Pammy
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy Chanukah
Sandl ft Affen Niranbarg
Jodi-Stava ft Lisa-Bruce ft Jam's
Grandaughters, Dawn ft Amy
Wish Everyone A Happy Chanukah
Mr. ft Mrs. Henry Norton
Extend Season Greetings
To Our Friend And Relatives
Mr. ft Mrs. Samuel Pascoe
Wishes To Extend
Holiday Greetings To All
Mr. ft Mrs. Edward Lawrence
Of
Lawrence Plumbing
Wishes Everyone A Happy Chanukah
Mr.AILoibert
Extends Beat wishes To
His Many Friends And Relatives
Mr. ft Mrs. Richard Pawliger
Daughter, Erin Son Noah
Wish All A Happy Chanukah
Mrs. Lester Perle
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To Her Many Friends ft Relatives
; symbols and motifs with which they were most
familiar in executing their designs.
THE OLDEST Chanukiah of the 718 otfned by
!the Israel Museum dates back to 14th century
Spain or France (curators there are not sure
which). Mrs. Benjamin said she knows of an older
one, from the 13th century, which is in a private
collection in Paris. There are drawings in manu-
scripts of somewhat older ones than that.
What, then, has happened to the truly ancient
Chanukiot? We know that they have been in use
for centuries since just after the Maccabean
revolt against the Syrian-Greeks in the time of
the Second Temple, when the "miracle of the oil"
that burned for eight davs occurred in the Temple
in Jerusalem. Why, than have no Chanukiot been
found from earlier periods, for example in the
many archeological excavations that have been
conducted all over Israel?
Mrs. Benjamin feels that Chanukiot as a "unit"
or special ceremonial object probably did not
Continued on Page 7-C
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And Family
Wish Everyone A Happy Chanukah
Mr. ft Mrs. Bruce Richman
And Family
Wish All Their Friends A Happy Chanukah
Dr. ft Mrs. Paul Richman
And Family
Wish Everyone A happy Chanukah
Mr. Lester Rogers
Extends Season Greetings
To His Many Friends
Mrs. Isidor Rosa
Extends Season Greetings
To Her Friends ft Relatives
Dr. Morton Rosenbluth
Wishes To Extend His Season Greetings
To His Patients, Family And Friends
Dr. ft Mrs. Hyman Rosenkranz
Dr. ft Mrs. Bruce Rosenkranz
Wishes Everyone A Happy Chanukah
Jeffrey ft Karen Rubensteln
Would Like To Wish Everyone
A Happy Chanukah
Don M. Rutledge
Wishes To Extend To Everyone
A Happy Chanukah
Mr. ft Mrs. Morton Perlman
Extend Season Greetings
To Their Friends ft Relatives
Mr. ft Mrs. Earl Pertnoy
Wish To Extend Season Greetings
To Their Many Friends ft Relatrvee
Mr. ft Mrs. Michael Peyton
And Family
Wish All A Happy Chanukah
Mrs. Sam Sacks
Extends Season Greetings To
Her Many Friends ft Relatives
Dr. ft Mrs. Walter G. Sail
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To Their Friends ft Relatives
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MY FIRST experience with a dreidel was as a
lad of (our living near an army camp in
Mississippi where my father was then stationed
as a judge advocate. I came home one day to our
one-room flat and found my mother busily
shining a Chanukah menorah. She had alst
taken out a couple ot ancient looking lead top.1
which were, in actuality, dreidels made by het
father when she was a young girl.
Inquisitive as to what they were. I looked them
over carefully, made out the Hebrew letters nun.
gimmel. heih, shin, and then tried to turn them. I
began to play in earnest. When I finally got tired
and let them rest a bit. my mother looked at me
and said. "If my father were only alive to see his
grandson playing with dreidels he had lovingly
fashioned. Today you have become the newest
spinner in our family chain."
THE NAME dreidel derives from the German
word drehen. meaning to spin. According to game
histocy of the
16pei6el We Spin
I On Chanukah
By DAVID GEFFEN
x:::::::::::::xx::-^^
historians, the four-aided top was a well-known
toy quite popular in medieval Germany. That top
had an N for nichts (nothing). G gantz (alii
H-halb (half) and a-shtehl (put). These four
letters were transformed into Hebrew characters
on the Jewish dreidel. This game, possibly as long
as 500 years ago. became a highlight of the
Chanukah festivities, since the celebration em-
phasized all types of joyous activities, even
gambling to which the dreidel readily lent itself
The late Prof. Sidney Hoenig explained the
inclusion of the dreidel into the Chanukah obser
vances in another fashion. "Symbolically, the top
recalls the turnover of events when Judah the
Maccabees few forces vanquished and toppled
the many in Antiochus' army. The natural
sequence of events was overturned, the strong
were spun into the hands of the weak."
Practically since its inception, the letters on the
dreidel were assumed to be the initials of the four
words which best describe the great event: Ntt
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And Family
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Mrs. Lawrence Schantz
Extends Season Greetings
To Her Many Friends A Relatives
Leslie Simmonds
Wishes To Extend Season Greetings
To His many Friends & Relatives
Mr. A Mrs. Leonard Schwalb
And Family
Wish All Their Relatives A Friends
A Very Happy Chanukah
Mr. A Mrs. Arthur Seigel
Extend Season Greetings To
Their Many Friends & Relatives
Mr. Lewis I. Serbin
Extends Season Greetings
To His Many Friends A Relatives
Mr. A Mrs. Charles Simon
And Family
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Hapov Chanukah
Mrs. Rebel Solloway
and
Renes and Alan Black man
Extend Seasonal Greetings
To Their Friends
Dr. Bert Shapiro A Family
Wishes To Extend Their
Patients-Friends-Relatives
Seasonal Greetings
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Daniel, Jonathan, Adam
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To Their Friends Relatives
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Wishes To Extend A Happy Chanukah
To All Their Clients A Friends
MR. and MRS. ISAAC SILBERBERG
WISHES TO EXTEND SEASON GREETINGS
TO THEIR MANY FRIENDS & RELATIVES
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Extends Chanukah Greetings
To His Many Friends and Relatives
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Ron Silver
Extends Seasonal Greetings
To His Many Friends A Clients
Representative Hal Spaet
And Family
Wishes Everyone Seasons Greetings
Sylvia A Rena Stein
Would Like To Wish
All Their Friends & Relatives
A Very Happy Chanukah
Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Sures
And Family
Wishes All Their Friends
A Happy Chanukah
Sandy A Betty Susman
And Family
Wish All Their Friends
A Happy Chanukah
HAPPY CHANUKAH GREETINGS
AND PEACE TO ALL
JUDGE and MRS. DAVID L. TRASK
MR. and MRS. DAVID PHILIPS & FAMILY
MR. and MRS. PAUL LEFKOW A FAMILY
MR. and MRS. NORMAN SMITH A FAMILY
MR. and MRS. BARRY ROBBIN A FAMILY
SETH LEFKOW A FAMILY
MR. and MRS. ARTHUR TURKISH A FAMILY
MR. and MRS. JEFFREY BRODY A FAMILY
.'
Mrs. Georgina Swortz
Would Like To Wish All
A Very Happy Chanukah
Mr. A Mrs. Jay M. Tischenkel
And Family
Wish All Their Friends
A Happy Chanukah
Dr. A Mrs. Hugh Unger
Jeffrey- Adrian no-Richard
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy Chanukah
Chanukah Greetings
To All Our Friends
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Mr. A Mrs. Samuel Traurig
And Family
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A Very Happy Chanukah
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A Very Happy Chanukah
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And Family
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A Happy Chanukah
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Dr. Mark A. Zager
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Paul Busker, DOS
James Steig, DDS
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To Their Many Friends and Patients
Mr. A Mrs. Sigmund Zilber
And Son Martin
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy Chanukah


Lead lamp in form oflittU chairs, 19th Century. Jerusalem Museum
Gadol, Hayah Sham"m great miracle happened
there" In Israel, one letter is changed and a peih
appears in place of the shin. The peih stands for
po (herel referring to the fact that here in Jeru-
the
^alem. at the site of the ancient Temple,
miracle of the oil occurred.
THE LETTERS on the dreidel form the basis
for the well known Chanukah gambling game of
Friday, December 25, 1981 / The Jewish Flortdian Page 5-C
put and take. A nun spin means you take nothing.
I With gimmel you get it all. A heig gives you half,
andj a shin requires you to put something in the
pot. It has even been suggested that since Jews
were, at times, not allowed to study, they used
the dreidel game as a subterfuge. While playing
they were, in reality, orally studying the Torah
Some have noted that the dreidel is spun from
above indicating that it is God who spins all
wordly events to their rightful conclusion.
Prior to World War II. before the age of
synthetics, most dreidels were either cast in lead
or carved from wood. Today, however, moat
mass-produced dreidels are made from plastic.
Inflation has also had its impact on the dreidel
market. Ten years ago, 100 plastic dreidels were
sold in New York for $1.75. Today, for those same
100 dreidels, it will cost $9. a five-fold increase in
the last decade.
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Trail Flower Shop 8742 SW 8 St. 2-.H45<223-3250 Happy Chanukah To AU Judy's BridalsMr. Tux 13797 S. Dixie Hwy. 255-2154 Happy Chanukah To All
Butterflake Bakeries Inc. 1349 Washington Ave.. Miami Beach 532-4446 Happy Chanukah Butcher Block Meats 542 Arthur Godfrey Road 672-6420 (In Shop-Rite) Wishes A Happy Chanukah To The Entire Jewish Community
A.B.C. Carpet 14003 NW 7 Avt. 685-5057 Free Padding With Each Carpet Happy Chanukah Celan Fashion Outlet 603 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach-534-3811 Happy Chanukah
Ziggie's Outboard Service 14600 WeetDixWHwy. 945-8851 or 945-9629 Happy Chanukah Dade Dental Center 1225 Washington Ave.. Miami Beach 532-3300 Happy Chanukah
Watson's Tee House 681 NW 108th Street, Miami 751-5790 Happy Chanukah Gulliver Academy 12595 Red Road. Coral Gable* 665-3593 Happy Chanukah
Dick's Home Brite 251-4245 Happy Chanukah Larry's Lawn Service Yearly LAWN Care-Expert Landscaping 564-0048 Happy Chanukah
ERA Prestige Realty Inc. 800 E. Hallandale Beach Blvd. HaBaadata 949-1144 Dade 4544111 Broward Happy Chanukah To All Professional Oxygen Service 18901 NE 5th Ave.. Miami652-2792 Happy Chanukah
Harold's Garage 5781 Commerce Lane-Miami-661-6931 Holiday Greetings Tides Hotel & Apartments 1220 Ocean Drive. Miami Beach531-6701 Happv Chanukah
American International Container 3724 NW 73rd. Street. Miami-836-8650 Happy Chanukah The Tivoli Restaurant S4S9 NK 163rd. Si., No. Miami Beach945-7080 Happy Cham.
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The two largest producers of dreidels are to be
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Tropic Bridal & Formats
818 NE 125th St., N.M.B. 893-5582
Happy Chanukah
ABCOKendall
Locksmith
8881 SW 107 Ave.Miaroi 595-6228
Happy Chanukah
Dunkin Donuts
18801 NW 2nd. Ave.. Miami 653 2429
Happy Chanukah
Dot Jewelry And Gifts
46 NE 1 Street 373-6895
Wishes A Happy Chanukah To AU
Lumax
Insurance Agency
959 SW 87 Ave.
Happy Chanukah
TOOL SHACK
10332 SW 187 Street. Miami 255^078
Happy Chanukah
Mary's Carpet
9624 Coral Way. Miami 553-3206
Happy Chanukah
Miami Appliance
& Shaver Centre
18755 W. Dixie Highway. N. Miami Beach 931-6066
Happy Chanukah To AU
Miami Beach ELECTRIC
1226 Normandy Dr., Miami Beach-865-5757
Happy Chanukah
Marshall's Tree
Service
Call 691-6286 For Free Estimate.
Happy Chanukah_________
Merrill Stevens
Yacht Brokerage
2640 South Bayshore Drive Miami 858-5911
Hiippy Chanukah To All
Marine Center
7203 NW. 12 Street. Miami 592-6797
Happy Chanukah
Porpoise Spa
And Solar Heaters
22406 S. Dixie Highway. Miami 245-1810
Happy Chanukah


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Page o-C The Jewish Flondian Friday, December 25, 1981
WE CALL Chanukah a minor festival. This
Feast of Lights is not even mentioned in the
Bible, and it celebrates a military event rather
more than a miracle. During the eight days of its
observance, very little fuss is made. Jews con-
tinue their workday routine. There are no cele-
brations in the synagogue. Few customs
associated with it apart from gastronomical ones
and the nightly kindling of the menorah lights
Why do we still bother to celebrate it at all?
Chanukah celebrates the sucessful revolt of the
Jews in the days of the Second Temple, against
the Greeks who had inherited the Syrian part of
Alexander the Great's fallen empire. Antiochus
Epiphanes. the tyrannical ruler, tried to force
Greek religion and culture on Judea. finding the
non-conformist Jews a threat to the state. His
oppression reached its peak in 168 BCE, when his
army erected an idol in the Temple in Jerusalem,
and he forced Jews to sacrifice swine to the Greek
gods.
festival of Lights!
CeleBRates
Revolt against
TyRanny
By DVORA WAYSMAN
. THIS WAS the final insult that caused the
Jews to rise up and revolt, stemming the evil tide
of events. On 25th Kislev 166 BCE. Judah
Maccabee led a victorious band of loyalists, and
the Temple was recaptured. Eight days were
spent in purifying and rededkating it (Chanukah
literally means "dedication"). The Temple service
continued for two more centuries until th.
Romans overthrew Jerusalem in 70 CE and again
the Temple was destroyed.
Chanukah is the most recent festival in terms
of origin, and has the least number of observance
connected with it. Although it commemorates
oppression and subsequent victory, there are
countless examples in our history of Jews driving
out oppressors and regaining independence. What
makes Chanukah more important?
It was Judaism's first encounter with the
danger of assimilation that threatened to wipe out
Jewish identity for all time. It is a similar threat
Continued on Page 15-C
4.1

Pepe Tailors
1337 Biacayne Blvd. 8731964
Wishes Everyone A Happy Chanukah
South Miami
Chiropractic Center
6656 S. Dixie Highway. Miami 666-1402
Happy Chanukah
Butcher Boy Meat
Market
910 W. Hallaadale Beach Bird. 467-9660
Chanukah Greetings
Our Dream
Retirement Home
1640 Palm Ave.. Hialeah 887-4141
Happy Chanukah
Tam-Nic Coin & Stamps
8275 SW 124 St.. Miami 251-8470
Happy Chanukah
Tiger Tiger Tea House
5716 S. Dixie Highway 665-5860
Happy Chanukah
The Hanging Basket
5848 SW 73rd. St., Miami686-4151
Happy Chanukah
Summit Electric Corp
8781 SW 133 Street 261-3601
Wishes A Happy Chanukah To AU
Simons & Rose
Ins. Agency
2901 Brideport Ave 443-4886
Wishes Everyone A Happy Chanukah
Road Side Market
& Florist
9851 SW 112 St. Killiaa Pkwy. 596-3063
________Chanukah Greetings To AU_______
Petal Supply Company
6990 Indian Creek Drive, 864-8069
Happy Chanukah
Stewart's Jewelers
A Tnmted Ham* Since 1936
1666 8. Dixie Hwy Ml4602
Wishes A Happy Chanukah To AU
Van Bower Pool,
Patio And Spas
113171 Street, Miami Beach 868-4633
Happy Hobday To AU ______
Personlized Nails
7000 SW 62 Ave.. Miami 655-3083
Happy Chanukah
Salon Blanco
970 Arthur Godfrey Rd Miami Beach 532-6017
We Wish AU Our Friends A Customers
A Happy Chanukah
Tropiq uarium
14340 Biacayne Blvd.. No. Miami
Happy Chanukah
-944-6671
Miami Beach
Nursing Home
550 9th St -5313321
Happy Chanukah_______
Joy's World
Of Art & Fibers
14969 S. Dixie Hwy. 263-8767
A Very Happy Chanukah To AU
Bay Plumbing
3029 S W28th St.Miami-446-8141
99 Harbor Drive-Key Biscayne 361 1177
Happy Chanukah
National Nursing
Service
111 NW 183 St., Miami 663-5252
Happy Chanukah
Nature's Ganden Bakery
600 Cottfam Are., N.B. 534-1877
We Bake Produce For Pritikin & Scardale Diets
Wheat Free Bakery Goods Happy Chanukah
Savin Corporation
9500 NW 41 St., Miami 5914000
Happy Chanukah
Seybold Building
36 NE 1 Street 374-7922
Happy Chanukah
Seabrook Hotel
9401 Colliae Ave. 8664446
Holiday Greetings To AU
Sofas And Chairs
Unlimited
89 NE 27 Street 573-0780
Happy Chanukah To Everyone
Southern Wine
& Spirits
_
1600 NW 163 St.
Holiday Gt
625-4171
t tings
Miller & Solomon
Wishes A Happy Chanukah To The
Entire Jewish Community
460 S Dixie Highway 661-3403
Montessori School
Of Kendall
11860 SW 80 St. 274-8626
Holiday Greetings To AU
Stobs Brothers
Construction Company
7010 NE 4 Court- -751-If
Wishes A Happy Chanukah To AU
Reliable Super Drugs
2170 NE 123 Street 8934252
Happy Chanukah

Laura McCarthy Inc.
Realty 7611641
8601 Biecayne Blvd. Miami Shore- .
A Joyous Chanukah To AU Our Friends 4 Client*
Casa Novella LTD.
32 Giralda Ave-448-8925
Coral Gable*
Happy Chanukah
Lee's Prescription
Pharmacy
2625 SW 3rd. Ave., Miami 8644625
Happy Chanukah
Pete's Lawnmower Service
8196 NW 17 Ave.. Miami 6934221
Happy Chanukah
Denniccio's
ATTHEROWE
6600 CoOma A venae 866-1616
Happy Chanukah To AU
Intercontinental
Coin Exchange Center
18113 W Dixie Highway 931 -'.
9150 SW 87 Avaaaa 279-7300
__________Happy Chanukak ____
Jacquies Place
Foride a Neweat Solo.
17810 Wen Dixie Hwy. 9324498
Wishes A Happy Chanukak To
The Entire Jewish Community
Just Kids Boutique
Midway Mall 264-1666 Mam Entrance
Happy Chanakah
Vann Academy
400 NW112 Avox- 2234241
Se Hahia Eepoool
Happy Choaakoh


Friday, December 25, 1981 / The Jewish Floridian Page 7-C
Chanukiah at Jerusalem's Western Wall
Normias Unisex
& Boutique
5929 SW 8th St.. Miami 2644)841
Knls WKbth-Tinit-M!UCUres-Pedicures Waxinjf
Happy Chanukah To All
Beni Hair Designers
2122 NE 123rd Street 891-4318
Wish** A Happy Chanukah To All
Country Side
I-'arly I^earning Center
15395 SW 288th Street 246-5315
Happy Chanukah To Ki erybodx
Nettleton Shoes
737 Lincoln Road 531-6193
\\ isket A Happy Chanukah To All
Rogers Furniture
18615 SW 104Ct.Mi.mi 238 6267
Happy Chanukah
Safeco
Air Conditioning
22M NW 23rd Ave Miami 541 1923
Happy Chanukah
Troy Desk
Manufacturing Co. Inc.
1333 NW 155th Drive. Miami 625-6789
Happy Chanukah
Universal Lighting
& Electric
7551 W 4th Ave.. Hialrah 5574)990
Happy Chanukah To All
Universal
Lighting & Electric
7551 West 4th Ave.. Hialeah5574)990
Happy Chanukah
Wolfie's Restaurant
2038 Collins Ave.. Miami Beach-538*626
N(IT CONNECTED WITH ANY OTHER STORE
Happy Chanukah
Marriott Hotel &
Raquet Club
1201 NW 42 Ave.. Miami649-5000
Happy Chanukah
Tropical Jewelers Inc.
1100 SW 57th Ave.-Miami
2651 266-2
Happy Chanukah
A Us ha's Buster
Brown Shoes
America's Favorite Children's Shoaa
11451 SW 40 St. 233 1292
__________Happy Chanukah____________
Thermo King Of
South Florida
2400 NW 46 St. 633-0585
Holiday Greetings
Jay bo Photo Services
West Dixie Highway & N.E. 124 St. No. Miami
8931810
Happy Chanukah
American Sportswear Int.
Nam* Brand Sportswear. Sporting Goods.
Swlmsuits. Active-Wear
2640 SW 28 Lane 858 9630
Happy Chanukah
Gulf stream Press Inc.
:i80() SW 59 St-Miami-633-8271
Happy Chanukah
Venzer's Florida Forecast
1663 Collins Ave .Miami Beach-531-9068
Happy Chanukah
Lincoln Market
1688 Collins Ave.-Miami Beach-531-3444
Happy Chanukah from
Leo-Joe-Nat hen
Newman-Greenstein
Real Estate
9490 South Dixie Hwy.-Miami-666-1984
Happy Chanukah
Rosebelle Lingerie
515 Lincoln Road-Miami Beach-538-5770
Happy Chanukah
George G. Whitney Realty
1 Lincoln Road Bldg.Miami Beach 538-7401
Happy Chanukah
J.M. Lipton
Insurance Agency
101 East Flagler St.Miami-371-5631
Happy Chanukah ^^^
A Daisy A Day
Arrangements by Sandy
10103 SW 72nd St -279-8370
Happy Chanukah
The Dance-Gym Den.
9300 South Dixie Hwy.-Miaini-661-5889
Happy Chanukah

"Doin What Comes
Naturalee
12883 N. Kendall Drive-274-3193-Miami
Happy Chanukah
menoRAh Variety
Continued from Page 3-C
exist until some several hundred years ago and
that people may have used rather plain everyday
stone oil containers or cups in which to kindle
their Chanukah lights. Thus, it would be difficult
for archeologists to show that small oil containers
found in excavations were used specifically for
Chanukah lights The use of small stone oil cups
for Chanukah has been the practice in Persian
Jewry up to recent times.
Fortunately for us. however, the Chanukiah or
Chanukah menorah. with all its magical associa-
tions in Jewish life, did begin to develop as an art
form among both Kastern and Western Jewry.
Today, therefore, we are able to admire and enjoy
the many innovative and lovely designs that have
been created for its use on this most warm and
enjoyable of holidays.
Elsie Undergarment Co.
Happy Chanukah
Younqblood Roofing
1085 NW 36 St. 635-2501 Mia mi
Happy Chanukah
True Electric Inc.
15771 NW 16th Ct.Miami-620 9400
Happy Chanukah
Amco Business Machines
24 SW 27th Ave Miami 649-6800
Happy Chanukah
American Investments
Consultants
Suite 601 Dupont Plaza Circle-Miami-358-8643
Happy Chanukah
R.H. Popkin Insurance
19811 NW2nd Ave. Miami-652 2882
Happy Chanukah
Gary Friedman Of
t World of Miami Inc.
Vishes A Happy Chanukah To All
18772 S. Dixie Hwy. 255-8880
Alles Southeast
7395 West 18th LaneHialeah-823-4700
Happy Chanukah
Mr. Julio HairCutting
13075 SW 89 Place 10515 SW TO
232-1541
09 Ct.
596-3533
Happy Chanukah
Jessie Spiker
Trash Hauling
1444 NW 71 Street-Miami-691-6073
Happy Chanukah
Del Amo Plumbing Inc.
Wishes All Their Friends And Customers
A Happy Chanukah
7323NW8thSt.-264-9712
Pepe Tailors
1337 Biacayne Blvd. 373-1964
Happy Chanukah To All
Renee de Paris
6608 Collins Ave. 866-7631 Miami 464-1070
Hollywood
Happy Chanukah


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Page 8-C The Jewish Floridian / Friday, December 25. 1981
A mofcean mACCABeean
By SIMON GRIVER
IT WAS Moshe Davnns military prowess that
captured the world's imagination and hoisted him
to the forefront both of Israeli politics and of in-
ternational fame. But it was in his less publicized
ability to relate to the Arabs that he made a vital
contribution towards paving the way for peace
with Egypt and the signing of the Camp David
accords.
Amongst the mourners as Dayan was laid to
rest at Nahalal. were not only an Egyptian dele-
gation headed by Foreign Minister Butros Ghali,
but representatives of the local El-Mazeib Beduin
tribe. Before Dayan was six. he knew how to use a
gun if attacked, but he also befriended those
Arabs who wanted to coexist with the Jewish set-
tiers, and as a child his first deep friendship was
with a local Beduin boy.
DAYAN. along with Yigal Akn. was one of few
Sabms who achieved power in the first generation
of Israel's independence. Bom in 1915 at Degania.
the first kibbutz, he moved with his parents to
Nahalal. the first moshav (agricultural small-
holders' cooperative village) when he was six.
Almost every eulogy depicted Dayan as the sym-
bol of the new. uninhibited, brave and devoted Is-
raeli. However such a portrayal underplays the
man's unique individualism.
It was Dayans maverick behavior that
probably deprived him of the chance to be prime
minister and left him at his death in the political
wilderness. His strength was his weakness. In
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1630 Ponce de Leon Blvd. 447-0646
Wishes Everyone A Happy Chanukah
Rei & Jerry's Groves, Inc.
18111 Biacayne Blvd. 940-7706
BONDED FRUIT SHIPPERS
Happy Chanukah To All
S & S Seltzer &
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15261 SW 299 Street 245-9231
Wishes All Our Friends A Customers
A very Happy Chanukah
Graphic Arts Gallery
98 Miracle Mile 442-8833
Wishes A Happy Chanukah To
All Our Friends & Customers
Electrical
Maintenance Of Miami
9500 NW 79th Avenue Bay 26 558-9977
Wishes A Very Happy Chanukah
To The Entire Jewish Community
Hialeah Stamp &
Coin Hobby Shop
427 Palm Ave.. Hialeah 887-5436
Happy Chanukah
THE LINEN CHEST
In Loehmann's Plaza
Biacayne Blvd. & 187 St.
Dade-931^530
Broward 525-4305
Happy Chanukah
Aaron Air
Distributors Inc.
I860 NW 95 St.. Miami
Holiday Greetings
Husky Screens Inc.
22411 South Dixie Highway. Goulds
Phone: 2464178
Happy Chanukah To All
FOOT MOLDS, INC.
1022 Lincoln Rd. Mall 531-4225
We Wish A Happy Chanukah To All
Our Freinds And Customers
Physicians Reference
ory
266767
Laboratoi
7811 Coral Way 2867670
A Happy Chanukah
Normandy Isle
Decorating Center
1118 Normandy Dr., Miami Beach -868-6602
Happy Chanukah
Anvil Metals Inc.
840 West 20 St.. Hialeah- 887-5525
Happy Chanukah
Atlantic & Gulf
Fishing Supply
591 SW 8th St.. Miaaai- 866-4606
Happy Chanukah
Dependable
Painting & Offset
1876 West 8 Ave.. HtaUah-885-4521
Happy Chanukah
Hammond's Flaky Bake
3607 NW 191 St., Miaanl-624-9982
Happy Chanukah
Timalisi Beauty Salon
16678 NE 10th Ave. Miami 949-3356
Happy Chanukah
World Of Rattan
5855 SW 72nd. St.. Miami 661-7648
Happy Chanukah
Thompson Press
7895 NW 57 St.. Miami 592-6170
Happy Chanukah
TENNIS SHACK
17048 West Dixie Hwy. N.M.B. 945-3096
Happy Chanukah
Tel Car Corp
1900 Congress Bldg Miami 358-7720
Happy Chanukah
Miami Welding
Supply Inc.
3026 N. Miami Ave.. Miami 573-5423
Happy Chanukah
Twery 's Antiques
160 NE 40 St.. Miami 5764)664
Happy Chanukah
Sikes Tile
Distributors Inc.
4010 NW 24 St., Miaaai 871 3950
Happy Chanukah
Remy Tailor Corp.
Extends To All The Entire Jewish
Community A Happy Chanukah
9814 SW 77 Av.. Miaaai 2794487
Purity Pest Control
8257 SW 124th St.. Miaaai 238-9303
Happy Chanukah
1961, he drew a cartoon representing himself as a
fox. the animal he most admired the lone
hunter. These fox-like qualities served him well in
battle but always left him somewhat mistrusted
as a politician even in the opportunistic world of
party politicians, where, the contradictions of
Dayan's politics sometimes seemed too deep to be
bridged.
When Prime Minister Levi Eshkol died in office
in 1969. Dayan. still bathing in the glory of the
Six-Day War. could not win the full confidence of
the Labor movement and Golda Meir stepped in
DAYAN WAS among the leading Laborists
who followed David Ben-Gurion in 1965 into the
Rafi Party. If this split was recognized as a
legitimate political realignment, his second
defection after Menachem Begin's electoral
victory in 1977 when he accepted the Foreign
Ministry in a Likud government was considen-d
as treacherous. Yet even those of Dayan s former
colleagues who most bitterly complained of his
Continued on Page 14-C
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Piccadilly Cafeteria
1645 W. 49 St.. HialeahWeatland Mai 823-6601
Happy Chanukah
DODD PRINTERS
245 West 75th Place. Hialeah 557 1611
Happy Chanukah
East Coast Scrap Metal
3273 NW No. River Dr. 635-0234
Wishes To All Our Friends A Happy Chanukah
Credit Bureau
666 NW 36 St.. Miami 633 1411
Happy Chanukah
Coral Ref f
Beauty Salon
15023 South Dixie Hwy.. Miami 238-4111
Happy Chanukah
THE COLLECTION
3650 Bird Rd.. Miami 4442222
Happy Cahukah
Bay Harbor
Fine Foods
1077 95 St Bay Harbor IsUnd-8654331
Happy Chanukah
C'est Toi Boutique
384 Miracle Mile. Coral Gables 446-8144
Happy Chanukah
Axelrod's Dairy
1625 N W 20 St.. Miaaai 324-6306
Happy Chanukah
Johnny & Mack
Body Shop
3647 NW 36th St., Miaaai 633-0181
Happy Chanukah
Golden Touch
Beauty Salon
6981 Collins Are.. Miami Beach 8654428
Happy Chanukah
Zim American Israel
Shipping Company
1 World Trade Center New York. New York
(306)371-4581 Happy Chanukah
Smart Pac
Industries Inc.
19401 W Dixie Hwy., No. Miaaai 931-0400
Happy Chanukah


\

NEW YORK The first
synagogue for Jews from
the town of Mashad in Iran,
who came to the United
States after the Ayatollah
Ruhollah Khomeini took
power in 1979, is under con-
struction in the Kew Gar-
dens section of Queens.
Pending completion of their
own synagogue, the 400 Iranian
families had been using, until a
few weeks ago. the .facilities of
Congregation Adath Yeshuran in
the same area. Its rabbi ia
Bernard Rosensweig, who was
ordained by the Rabbi Isaac Elc-
hanan Theological Seminary of
Veehiva University.
Friday, December 25, 1981 / The Jewish Florklian Page 9-C
Ayatollah escapees
pmst Synagogue
Details on the synagogue con-
struction plans were provided by
a Yeshiva University spokesman.
He said the Iranian Jews of Con-
Kregation Shaare Tovah recently
rented a building near the Adath
Yeshuran synagogue and now
worship there regularly. He said
that the Iranian Jews worship in
Hebrew but that their congrega-
tional communications, such as
their bulletins, are in Farsi.
PATTERSON PLUMBING
SERVICE. INC.
2647 NE 186th Terrace. Miami. 33180
931-0636
Happy Chanukah_________________
Poe & Associates, Inc.
18441 NW 2 Ave. 6536610
Happy Chanukah
GivnerMfg. Inc.
.1035 XW40 St. Sfuimi4il> 7.^i4
In Memory of Abe (Jivner
Happy ( hanukah
THE SPOKESMAN said that
the new synagogue, which is
being erected across the street
from Adath Yeshuran, is ex-
pected to be ready for use early
next year and will cost around SI
million. Rosensweig said that, as
the Iranian Jews build their own
synagogue and as newer mem-
bers adjust to American society,
they are getting help from other
Jews in Queens.
Rosensweig said some Iranian
Jews came to Kew Gardens more
than 40 years ago and joined
Adath Yeshuran. Over the years
the number of Iranian Jews set-
tling in Kew Gardens grew.
When the Shah fell and the Kho-
meini government came to power,
more than half of the Iranian
Jews now comprising
Congregation Shaare Tovah were
among those migrating to the
United States
He said it was then that the
Iranian Jews started their own
congregation and began to collect
funds for a synagogue building.
He said that the Iranian Jewish
newcomers will be able to give
their children a better Jewish ed-
ucation than they could get in
Continued on Page 12 C
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National Wine & Liquors
16601 NW 8 Ave.
Happy Chanukah
621-1441
Nelson's Pharmacy
r"lQ\* 1 Ann '_ .
1556 Veneva Ave.
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666-4425
Rose Septic Tank Co.
8295 NW 93 St.Medley-887 5594
Happy Chanukah
Security Self-Storage
Warehouse
5100NW 167St. Miam1-625-4400
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South Dade Lighting Inc.
8730 SW 131 StMlaml-233-6020
Happy Chanukah
Syd s Copy & Duplicating
8204 Bucoyne Blvd-7594386
Happy Chanukah
Norman Bros. Produce
7621 SW 87 Ave.Miami-274-9363
HappyChanukah
Outrigger Ship s Store
AndBoatique
13301 Biscayne Blvd.-Miami
944-0704
_______ Happy Chanukah
Answerphone of Greater
Miami Inc.
7929 NE 1st Ave.Mlaml-751-2251
Happy Chanukah
Advanced Security
Communica tions
9000 SW 87 Court-Miami-595-5570
Happy Chanukah
Adam Printing
2906 Biscayne Blvd.Miami-573-0247
Happy Chanukah
Overtiolt Jewelers, Inc.
7220 Red Road-Miami-665-2112
Happy Chanukah
Pershing Auto Leasing
1545 Alton Rd.-Miami Beach
538-5313
Happy Chanukah
Gordon Roofing & Sheet
Metal Works
1454 NW 21 St.-Miami-325^287
Happy Chanukah
Oscar s Res tauran t
5713 Sunset Dnve-667-5158
Happy Chanukah
T&R Store Fixtures Inc.
918 N. Miami Ave.371-0412
Happy Chanukah
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Team Mobil Service
3847 SW 36 SLMlami-635-2970
Happy Chanukah
PhilUppe
European Mens Shop Inc.
3403Main Huy.-Coconut Grove
448-9994
Happy Chanukah
The Plumbing Shop
935 Arthur Godfrey Road
Miami Beach-532-4407
Happy Chanukah
Merchants Credit Bureau
666 NW 36St.-Miami-633-1411
Happy Chanukah
Kendall Radiator Works
8711 SW 129 Terraee-Miami-233-1564
Happy Chanukah
David Wood Personnel
2020 NE 163rd St.-North Miami Beach
940-1146
Happy Chanukah
Larry Marks & Company
541 NW27St.-Miaml-57&6587
Happy Chanukah
Martha's Flower Shop
3921 Alton Rd. (near 41 St.)
Miami Beach-538-5523
Happy Chanukah
The Palette
125 NE 26th St.-Miami
5730980
Happy Chanukah
Mercedes European
Auto Shop
00 NW62 St. Miami 33150
751-0182
Happy Chanukah
Modern Fish & Seafood
3644 Grand Ave.-443-1445
Happy Chanukah
Lou and Evelyn Jacobson
Ocean Electric Co.
7415th StMiami Beach 672-7233
Happy Chanukah______________
House of Duplicating
765 W. Flagler St.-54S6542
Happy Chanukah
Eariene Industries
Levelors, Verticals, Bedspreads & Draperies
7265 SW43St-661-1380 ,
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What Was ARk of the Covenant Really Like?
By GILA BERKOWITZ
What was |the biggest
question facing Jews last
summer? Whether the
Iraqis will rebuild their nu-
clear plant? Whether the
Palestine Liberation Or-
ganization will break the
ceasefire? Whether the Is-
rael government will pass a
new 'Who is a Jew'* law?
None of these. By far the
most-asked question is:
What was the Ark of the
Covenant really like?
The question is being asked by
hundreds of thousands, thanks to
the hit movie. "Raiders of the
Lost Ark." While the film is pure
fun and fantasy, its depiction of
the Ark is close enough to the
Bible's to set the audience
wondering what it was. what
powers it had, and what ever
became of it.
JEWISH LEGEND is rich
with speculation about all of this.
The Ark of the Covenant is de-
scribed in the Bible as consisting
of three boxes, the outer and
inner ones of pure gold, sand-
wiching one of acacia wood. In-
side were the Tablets of the Law
that Moses brought down from
Siani. Legends differ as to
whether these were the broker
tablets the whole ones, or both
sets.
Two poles ran through the
sides of the Ark. by which it was
carried from place to place.
Golden cherubim whose wing-
span was twice the length of the
Ark were affixed to the lop. All of
it was covered with a skyblue
cloth.
Miraculous properties and
events are attributed to the Ark
It preceded the Children of Israel
throughout their journey in the
desert. When the time came to
move to a new camp, the Ark
would soar into the air in the
direction God wished them to
take.
THE ARK cleared the path of
all snakes and scorpions, burned
any thorns, and emitted a cloud
of delicious incense for the com
fort of the Israelites. It further
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smoothed their way by leveling
mountains. The enemiee of the
jews waiting in ambush in the
lulls were crushed in the process.
Enemies that attached on level
wound were destroyed by fiery
jets radiating from the polee.
When Solomon moved the Ark
into its permanent home, the
Holy of Holies in the Temple, the
wing! of the cherubim fluttered
,iut. extending to the ceilings
The Ark "a dimensions existed
outakW of physical reality it
was said that the available space
in the Holy of Holies was the
same whether the Ark was in it or
not
The premise of the movie is
i ha! the Ark can make any army
in\ miihle in war The Bible itself
| reject* this opinion; the powers
of the Ark were for the Israelites
only and worked for them only
when their moral status pleased
the Lord. Instant death awaited
the person foolish enough to
touch the Ark or even insult it
from afar. The Ark also gauged
the status of the Israelites in
God's eyes by the position of the
cherubim. When they were good
'he cherubum one male and
one female were locked in the
embrace of love. When the Chil-
dren of Israel did evil, the cheru-
bim turned their backs to each
other.
SO POWERFUL was the noli-
ness of the Ark that catastrophe
ensued from overlooking the least
detail of its handling Only
I>evites of the family of K'hat
were permitted to carry' the Ark,
and they had to be especially
careful. A K'hati glimpsing part
of the Ark from under its cloth
cover would experience such
divine rapture that his spirit
would fly out of the world and he
would lose his life
A man called Uzzah who. see-
ing the Ark was about to fall,
reached out to support it, vyas
zapped by a lethal spark. While
his motive seemed worthy, he
demonstrated a lack of faith. In
any event it was forbidden to
touch the Ark under any cir-
cumstance.
Once in the Temple, the Ark
was approached only once a year.
on the Day of Atonement, and
then only by the High Priest. He
would enter the Holy of Holies
dragging a long chain. If he was
not worthy of representing the
Jewish people he would drop
dead in the chamber and his col-
leagues would have to pull him
out by the chain.
THERE WAS no longer an
Ark in the Second Temple.
Neither is the Ark listed among
the booty taken from the First
Temple. When did the Ark dis-
appear and where was it taken?
Some say that Jeremiah, fore-
seeing the destruction of the
Temple some 20 years leater (in
586 BCF.) transported it over the
Jordan to the secret mountain
where Moses is buried.
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Continued from Page 9-C
Iran where they could not send
their children to yeahivas and
Hebrew schools. Rosensweig said
the fact was that "there were re-
strictions on Jews in Iran, even
under the Shah."
SOME OF the most recent
Iranian immigrants must adjust
to other changes in life and in
style of worship, according to
Meir Kadosh. As a third-year
rabbinical student at the Isaac
Elchanan Seminary, Kadosh has
worked with the Iranian Jews as
part of the Shimuah in-service
training program at the
Seminary.
He said one of the differences is
in the role of the rabbi, explaining
that "the rabbi in Iran worked
with the congregation and read
the Torah. He was an authority
on problems of (Jewish religious)
law, but he was not an adminis-
trator. He was a volunteer and he
did not have to deal with man-
agement problems at the
synagogue."
Kadosh, who is himself from
Morocco, said rabbis in countries
such as Iran did not speak to
their congregants about th
social problems of the society
They presented "more tradition
al. almost classic" lectures t<
their congregants. He added that
Iranian Jews are considered
"second-class citizens" dhim-
mis by the Moslems of Iran, as
are Christians, a tradition dating
Continued on Page 19-C
Iranian Jews who came
from the town of Mashad
in Iran knew about hard-
ship and discrimination
long before Khomeini took
power. In 1839, when Iran
was still called Persia, the
Jews in Mashad were
forced to convert to Israel
For generations, the Jews
of Mashad practiced
Judaism in secret When
they made pilgrimages to
Mecca as supposed Mos-
lems, they stopped in Je-
rusalem, too.
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385-5581
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St.. Miami-226-2952
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8454 SW 24 St. 223-7141
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Hialeah Model Builders
9821 NW 80 Ave. 822-5801
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The Forge
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432 Arthur Godfrey Road
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538-8533
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23 NE 1 Ave. 374-6040
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Appleby's Eatery
8881 SW 107 th. Avenue 595-2366
Wishes All Our Customers And Friends
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4705 NW 132 St. Miami 886-7617
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Georgie Girl
International Family Shoe Stores
20505 S. Dixie Hwy.. Miami 255-1928
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Holiday Gifts &
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Weatchwter Mall 8484 Coral Way 226-4602
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Restuarant
1906 Collin. Ave.. Miami Beach 532-6426
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783 NE 126 Street 8966961
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3104 Coral Way 4484121
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14049 SW 88 St. 596-4387
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55 Giralda Ave. 445-6416
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473 South Dixie Hwy.. Coral Gabiea
Delicioua Food
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Friday, December 25. 1981 / The Jewish Floridian Pag 13-C
IsragI's Roses among the Best
Ohad among roses at biennial conference of World Federation
of Rose Societies in Israel.
By MOSHE BEN YOSEF
SOME 350 experts on rose
breeding from 23 states attended
the triennial conference of the
world Federation of Rose So-
cieties ,n Jerusalem They came
from Europe. America. Australia
and the harKast Egypt was the
only Arab state represented It is
estimated that about half a mil-
lion people ..II over the world are
devoted to rose husbandry.
A rose garden of 40.000 bushes
is being cultivated between the
Knesset and the Bank of Israel
Funded by the Wohl family of
Geneva, through the Jerusalem
Foundation, it is expected to be a
breathtaking spectacle, including
a "garden of the nations" whose
flower-beds will be decorated
with national flags, also repre-
senting some countries which
don't have diplomatic relations
with Israel.
SOME 1,000 varieties of roses
will be grown, watered by drip ir-
rigation, a system in which Israel
is among the world's most ad-
vanced countries. Israel today
exports 175 million roses every
season (in 1958 the figure was
70.000).
Israel's capital city has been
called "Jerusalem of green." It
has nearly 450 parks and gar-
dens, as well as some 5,000 park
benches and 1.000 childrens'
playgrounds. The new rose
garden, of which about one third
is complete, should be finished
within three years. There can be
little doubt that it will be a major
attraction both for Jerusalemites.
for other Israelis and not least for
tourists from all over the world.
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Dayan. rather than a more convent.onal Israeli
politician.
Former President Jimmy Carter recalled that
when negotiations stalled at Camp David, it was
Dayan who suggested new possibilities. It was
Davan who is said to have had secret talks with
Kgyptians to set up Sadat's ostensibly spontan-
eous decision to come to Jerusalem. And if
Dayan. the military mastermind, had recom-
mended that the Camp David agreement was too
great a security risk for Israel, then Begin
probably would not have signed.
But inevitably it is Dayans military triumphs
that will be closest associated with his r.ame.
Imprisoned by the British for his activities
against Arab insurgents, he fought for them in
the Second World War. losing an eye but gaining
the patch that gave him the image of a swash-
buckling pirate. In the eccentric British General
GEN. DA YAN: at height of his career.
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18833 Biscayne Blvd.-Loehmann's Plaza at
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12495 NE 6 Ave-893-6137
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6781 SW 56 St.-661-8335
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Accountants and Auditors
7630 Biscayne Blvd.-Suite 110-Miami
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()rde Wingate. who fervently backed the Jewish
cause in the late 1930's. Dayan found an
ingenious mentor. t
IT WAS from Wingate that Dayan learned the
maxim that attack is the best form of defense V
Chief of Staff during the Sinai campain ol
and as Minister of Defense in 1967. Davan used
the tactic to devastating effect. But the record
was blemished by the Yom Kippur War
However, the Agranat Commission, the details of
which have never been published, did not blame
Divan for the unpreparedness of Israel's forces
when the Kgyptians attacked in 1973 Indeed om
ol its k'ading members. Yigael Yadin. favors pu
blication in order to set the record straight
possibly implying that Dayan name would be
cleared in this way. t
However, the doubts have never been dispelled
fact that many attributed to the I**,,-
a
Continued on Page 18-C
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Friday, December 25. 1981 The Jewish Floridian Page 15-C
Chanukah CeteBRates Revolt against Oppression
Continued from Pag* 6-C
which .!** living in the Diaspora are facing
. mil the same question which must be
uked a sma" minority. dwelling among a
rfift.-Tvnt culture, take part and contribute to the
m,ri society without imitating its customs to
Sch u xtent that they are swallowed up''
THK M hSSES of Jewish people today face two
major threata to Jewish identity one posed by
the cruel repressions of the Soviet and similar re-
-jmea and one posed bv the tolerant, seductively
attractive societies of tha free western world It is
hanj to know where the greatest danger to
Judai-m liM
Behind the Iron Curtain. Antiochus lives again
where our faith is cinsidered to be superstitious
and barbaric Maraism has replaced God. and
St. Francis
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freedom of worship exists mainly on paper Jews
who wish to practice their religion, study the
Hebrew language or make alivah to Israel are
jH-rse their rights and liberties, ci.nied them
The opposite is true in the West, yet the danger
is greater because the threat is more subtle There
are no restrictions at all on following the Jewish
religion and tradition, yet there is the hidden
pressure to imitate what many Jews are seduced
into believing is a culture superior to their own
IT BEGINS b) cek'brating Christmas as well
u or even instead of. Chanukah; the New Year
rather than Rosh Hashanah. Easter instead of
Passover, until a Jew sees most of his heritage
slipping away as he takes on more and more
gentile culture and observance It is hardly
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different from the Hellenization that was imposed
on Jews in the time of the Maccabees, except that
it is a voluntary act
When we light the Chanukah candles, we are
proclaiming the miracle" of the cruse of oil that
lasted for eight days instead of one in the Temple.
What we are really commemorating is our whole
history the Jewish nation that should have
lasted a brief hour yet never been consumed, and
still burns brightly Israel is a nation again with
its own heritage, its own destny.
The miracle of Chanukah is not a supernatural
act. Its symbol is the light which emanates from
God. but the real miracle is that because of our
Torah and the State of Israel, the light is still
burning brightly despite the surrounding
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Page 16-C TheJewiah Floridian/ Friday, December 26, 1981
Soviet ARmy hepo's ReBuff Violates helsinki Accoros
Chaim Lebovich Elbert. a 63-
year-old survivor and Soviet
Army hero, has been refused per-
mission to emigrate with his
family to Israel, in a violation ol
the Helsinki Accords. He is a tra-
ditional Jew with a strong sense
of Jewish identity. In a letter to
the West. Elbert reflects that he
"survived World War II because
of faith in God and the Jewish
people."
In July. 1941. Elbert entered
the military academy in Stalin-
grad. Graduating with the rank
of company commander, he was
sent to the North Caucasus. His
unit was encircled during the
German offensive, and in the
summer of 1941, he was wounded
and captured by the Nazis.
HE ATTEMPTED twice to
escape from the Prisoner of War
camp and was captured both
times. He was forced to wear a
red triangle. Marched through
transit camps, he covered 6.000
miles on foot through the
Ukraine, Byelorussia,
Lithuania, Estonia, Poland.
Czechoslovakia and Germany.
Elbert's third escape attempt
in 1944 was successful. He joined
the Slovak uprising as part of a
bow and arrow detachment, then
managed to rejoin the Soviet
army. Wounded twice, he re-
ceived seven medals.
Thirty-five years passed. In
May, 1980. Elbert. his wife and
son. Mikhail, applied for emigra-
tion to Israel to rejoin Elbert's
aunt. Four months later, they
were refused on the grounds of
"insufficient kinship."
ELBERTS ELDEST son.
Lev, is a simultaneous translator
currently working as an elec-
trician. He has refused to work on
the Sabbath for religious reasons
and wOl not engage in "volun-
tary" labor for the state. He is an
unofficial Hebrew teacher His
wife, Inna, is a physician, whose
brother, Alexander, lives
Israel.
in
The have oneaon. Constant*,
whom they call Karmi. They were
refused emigration in October
.!977 *?*"** of Purported
secrets in Lev's army service,1
He had served in a construction
unit, building swimming pools
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Friday. December 25. 1981 The Jewish Floridian Page 17-C
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( haim Lebovich Elbert has been refused permission to emigrate to Israel
m violation of the Helsinki Accords. He is a traditional Jew with a strong
sense of Jewish identity. In a letter to the West, Elbert reflects that he
survived World War III because of faith in God and the Jewish people.'
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harassed and arrested on
numerous occasions by the KGB
They are among the most promi-
nent Jewish activists in Kiev,
and have signed many appeals to
the Soviet government
F.lbert's younger son. Mikhail,
is a civil engineer On October 5.
1980, he was beaten by two KGB
agents, who aimed to discourage
and frighten him from meeting
WaateTn tourists He required
hospitalization. and there is a
possibility of kidney damage.
A Western visitor to the El-
bcrts home during the summer
of 19H1 reported that in the midst
I her conversation with them
lice entered and began to ques-
tion the family members. Under
intense emotional pressure.
Klbert suffered a heart attack.
Shortly thereafter, a Kiev news-
paper, obviously under KGB
directive, attacked the younger
Elbert's for their connections
with "Zionist agents."
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1905 NW 34 St.-638-5897
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2130 NE 123 Street 891-7850
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242 SW 5 Street. Miami 856-2930
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1222 NW 29 St. 635-4434
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12773 SW 280 St. 257-2346
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5588 W Flagler Street 2664046
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modem. maccABee
Continued from Page 14-CI
showing of Dayan's party, Telem, in winning only
two seats in the June, 1981 election. Day an had
hoped that his centrist Dart v would win sufficient
seats to hold the hlaiw of power. But this dis-
appointing showing should be seen against the
background of his fading health.
Israelis were mornful but not surprised when
Da van succumbed to a heart attack. In the last
few years, he had been fighting perhaps his
toughest battle. His face became gaunt and
sallow, as the dash and panache disappeared. Yet
remarkably he overcame stomach cancer, without
even retiring from public life.
It was not that he had a lack of more pastoral
pursuits to which he could retire. His interests
ranged from archaeology in which, though an
amateur, he was an expert, to basketball. At his
funeral. TalBrody, American-born former captain
of Maccabi Tel Aviv, who led the side to.its first
European championship in 1977, said that it was
Dayan's presence at every match that inspired
the players to give the little bit of effort that
makes losers into winners.
Brody himself recalled that it was Dayan's per-
sonal letters to him, when he had returned to
America for service in the U.S. Army, that
persuaded him that his future was in Israel.
Dayan was a man of many talents. Few of his
contemporaries came over on TV as he did. and he
was an artist in the use of words, with a strong
literary and poetic bent of his own. As Minister of
Agriculture in the 1950's his grasp of economics
helped organize the country's farmers into a
marketing force capable of exporting to Europe.
As a war journalist in Vietnam, his reports were
carried by the media all over the West. However,
his later attempts to found his own popular news-
paper in Israel quickly floundered.
THE DEATH of Moebs Dayan so soon after
the assassination of President Anwar Sadat led
many commentators to talk of the end of an era
Hopefully, the end of war. Of ail the posthumous
praise heaped on Dayan. pernaps Howard Squad
ron. chairman of the Presidents' Conference of
Major American Jewish Organizations, found the
most appropriate title: the modern Maccabw
Dayan represented the emergence of the Jews
from the ghetto to recapture bygone glories But
his boldness was always tempered by compas-
sion
During his stormy lifetime, Dayan had already
become a legend even among his opponents His
death was accompanied by an outpouring of
genuine and deep-rooted grief which had no
relation whatsoever to agreement or disagree
ment, to identification or reservation over
Dayan's political path. For we have lost a leader
a man of vision and action alike, the lack of whom
will be felt very many years to come in the deter
mination of Israel's fate and future.
Kaufman Press Inc.
1445 N. Miami Ave. 374-3587
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16454 N E 6 Ave. 944-5595
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We now have a gift and clothing store next
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7660 SW 2nd Street
264-4872
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435 E. 38 Street 691-2756
13849 SW 88 St.
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110706 SW 190 St.-Miami
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Call 252-1815
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Jasper Painting Service
433 NW 43 St -Miami
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2801 NW 22nd Ave.
Miami 635-5509J
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255 NE 2nd Drive
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1444 Biacayne Blvd. Miami 374-6884
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1220 NE 163rd Street- N.M.B. -940-1129
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26714 SW 144 Ave.-Naranja-245-5616
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8101 Biacayne Blvd. Miami-757-8493
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8831 SW 129 St. Miami 232 2191
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2248 NE 123rd St. Mlaml-891 7118
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12300 NW 36 Ave-Miaml-685-0325
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2925 NW 42 Ave.-Miami-871-3751
Happy Chanukah
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9519 U.S. 1-Dadeland Plaza 667 1489
13726 N. Kendall Dr. 387-0863
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20506S. DixieHwy-238-9199
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Happy Chanukah To All
L & A Unisex Salon
9618 Fontainbleau Blvd.. Miami 553-3883
Happy Chanukah
"Amalgamated
Insurance Corp.
A o to-Homeowners-Life Health
18146 NW 2nd. Ave. 652-8844
A Happy Chanukah To All
American Investment
Consultant Inc.
REGISTERED REAL ESTATE BROKER
Do Pont Center 358-8643
Happy Chanukah
Pat Apple son Studio
1000 NW 159 Dr.. Miami 625-4435
Happy Chanukah
Baldwin
Insurance Agency
840 Biacayne Blvd.. Miami 374-8181
Happy Chanukah
Carl's Camera Shop
7401 Collins Ave.. Miami Beaca8664733
Happy Chanukah
Video Cassette Club
6635 SDiaie Hwy 666 3766 or 666-7509
Holiday Greetings To All
D & J Automotive
18340 NE 2 Ave.. No. Miami Beach 652-3059
Wishes Everyone A Very Happy Chanukah
Miami Jack Service Inc.
1011 Hiaisah Dr., Hleleah 634-2226
Happy Chanukah
Suniland Pet Shop
114298a. Dixie Hwy.. Miami 236-1821
Happy Chanukah



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back to the days of Mohammed
ROSENSWEIG said the Ira..
nn Jews who came from the town
0f Mashad in Iran knew about
hardship and discrimination long
before Khomeini took power. He
said that in 1839, when Iran was
still called Persia, the Jewa in
Mashad were forced to convert to
Islam.
He said that for generations.
the Jews of Mashad practiced
Judaism" in secret When they
made pilgrimages to Mecca as
supposed Moslems. Roeenaweig
declared, they stopped in Jeruaa
systems in Iran so that they
could study Jewish law and prav
without being found out
He said each group of Jews had
its own warning system, a worn
an posted in the courtyard, sup
posedly sweeping and 'doing her
laundry She would make a loud
clatter when she saw an unwel-
come or suspicious visitor ap
preaching
ROSENSWEIG said the Jews
in Mashad kept their stores open
on the Sabbath but quoted out-
rageous prices or told their Mos-
lem customers that they were out
of certain items. By such means.
Rosensweig said, they managed
to do very little business on their
Sabbath
The Mashad Jews were not
allowed to practice Judaism
openly for 80 years until the
Shah s family took power in the
1920s, and then under restriction.
The university spokesman said
the Shaare Tovah synagogue will
not be the first Iranian syna-
gogue in the United States, ex-
plaining that an earlier wave of
Iranian Jews built an Iranian
Hebrew Congregation in Chicago
about 60 years ago. That congre-
gation still functions.
toeiOel We Spin on Chanukah
Continued from Page 5-C
found in Jerusalem and in Japan.
This year, the Jerusalem manu-
facturer exported a half million
dreidels to the United States.
Each one has the shin and not the
peih. because they are to be used
outside of Israel
The Dreidel market will be
especially good this year. I waa
International
House of Pancakes
UNDER NEW OWNERSHIP
Wishes the Jewish Community
A Happy Chanukah
1101 NE 163 Street 940-9791

Happy Chanukah to Everyone
S.A.C. Construction Co.
9501 S. Dixie Hwy-Miami-667-8866
Spec's Music Inc.
Wishes the Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy Chanukah
told, because of the overlapping
of Christmas and Chanukah. For
that reason, the Jerusalem
dreidel producer was asked to
supply for the U.S.A. 150,000
more dreidels in 1981 than in
1980. Hopefully, in time, all
dreidels will come forth from Zion
and build yet another bridge be-
tween Israel and Jews the world
over.
MM
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Place Pigalle
Happy Chanukah
Dade Tire Company
1501 North Miami Ave.
Miami-373-8445
Happy Chanukah
OrystalWate
We Wish The Entire
Jewish Community
A Happy Chanukah
Bal Harbour Village
Levison's Loans
22NW1 Street-Suite 101
Miami-371-6437
We Wish
AH Our Friends
A Happy Chanukah
7580 NE 4th Court
Miami 33138
759-4421
Happy Chanukah ToAU
Palmetto
General Hospital
2001 W. 68th Street
Hialeah
823-5000
Lilyan Cortez
of Wall-Co
6700 NW 77 Court
592-8000
Happy Chanukah To All Our Friends
Dr. Leonard Haber
and Family
Vice Mayor City of Miami Beach
Happy Chanukah To All
Parkview Manor
A New Concept In Gracious, Dignified Living
For Seniors Needing Supportive Care
12221 W. Dixie Hwy. N. Miami 893-2634
Happy Chanukah
Ken-Kraft Press, Inc.
1110 Bricked Ave. Suite 301-Miami
374-6789 374-7734
"Brickell Business Printers"
Happy Chanukah from Kenneth
and Katharine Nudelman
Mario Chuy Hair Salon
HAIRCUTTERS-DESIGNERS-UNISEX
264 Giralda Ave. 715 NE 167 St.
Coral Gables North Miami Beach
444-7674 651-4061
Happy Chanukah
Food Among the Flowers
21 NE 36 St.
Miami-576-000
Possibly the most unique dining
experience in Florida
Happy Chanukah
Jack Thomas, Inc.
Realtors
Extends to the Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy Chanukah
Mark's
The word for quality Cleaning A Laundry
120120th St., M.B.-538-6104
Open 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.. Sat. to6 p.m.
In by 10. out by 5 same day service for cleaning.
Shirt laundering, flat work, fluff dry.
Never an extra charge
We Wish AU Our Friends
4 Happy Chanukah


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We Wish All Our Customers
A Happy And Healthy
Chanukah
Our New Florida Location:
1630 N.W. 70 Ave.
Miami, Florida 33126
(305) 592-0300
Hebrew National Kosher Foods


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