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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Volume 55Number 37 Four Sections
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Miami, FloridaFriday, September 17,1982
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pRepARinq fOR the holy days of awe
By RABBI BERNARD S. RASKAS
PREPARATION for Rosh Hashanah begins
four weeks before the Days of Awe with the ad-
vent of the month of Elul. During this month,
selichot (penitential prayers) are recited in the
synagogue either at midnight or at dawn. In
small East European communities, it was custo-
mary for the shammash (ritual director) to go
from house to house and awaken villagers to at-
tend these services.
Some ritual directors were the proud possessors
of special hammers with which they knocked on
windows or doors. Some hammers were in the
shape of a shofar and others were etched with an
eagle or a deer symbolizing the admonition to fly
like an eagle and to run like a deer to do God's
will. In Yemen those who were eager to partici-
pate in the selichot service would tie a string to
their feet and hang one end out of the window.
When the ritual director made his round he could
pull the string to waken the worshippers.
IN AFGHANISTAN, it was the custom to
prepare a sheep for the main meal on Rosh
Hashanah in remembrance of the ram that was
sacrificed in place of Isaac. Pieces of the sheep's
head are touched and the oldest member present
says, "May we be head and not tail." Then pieces
of the lung are served and one recites, "that our
sins may be light as the lung." For desert pome-
granates are served with the prayer, "May we be
full as the pomegranate with good deeds."
In Kurdistan all went on Rosh Hashanah in the
afternoon to a river flowing at the foot of a moun-
tain to recite the tashlich prayer (Casting away
sins). Instead of shaking the comers of their gar-
ments as do European Jews, they jumped into the
water and swam around. They felt that this would
cleanse them of their sins as the water washed the
dirt off their bodies.
IN THE Warsaw Ghetto services were not per-
mitted by the Nazis. However, some Jews picked
out inside rooms and held quiet services. The
prayers were spoken in whispers. There were no
cantors and no choirs, only whispered prayers.
They said it was possible to weep in secret as the
gates of tear8 are not locked.
Increasingly, kibbutzim are celebrating Rosh
Hashanah with a traditional as well as innovative
practices. In Bet ha-Shitah, each person receives
a portion of pomegranate seeds dipped in honey.
This symbolizes, according to tradition, a sweet
and fruitful year. Children act as "messengers of
good deeds" by distributing refreshments and
gifts.
On Kibbutz Gezer the night before Rosh Hash-
anah the Kibbutz gathers in the dining hall and a
slide show of the past year's activities are shown.
The leader then presents a report summarizing
the work of the kibbutz. After this, the entire kib-
butz conducts a heshbon hanefesh, "a reckoning
of the soul." Members of the kibbutz then partici-
pate in a good and welfare session on the state of
the kibbutz community.
THE NEXT DAY those who wish join in a
service. A special booklet is created by photo-off-
set. Selections include traditional prayers, appro-
priate contemporary readings, etc. When they
come to the traditional prayer that includes the
phrase "we are your vineyard," they pass around
grapes taken from the vineyards of the kibbutz.
In America there is the traditional observance
that varies with the interpretation and form
based on the Orthodox, Conservative or Reform
mode. Lately, some synagogues and havurot have
introduced highly innovative modes. This in-
cludes new types of music, novel readings, and on
some occasions dancing. These are all experi-
ments expressing a search for enrichment of serv-
ices.
One congregation experimented with the 150th
Psalm which is central to the shoferot section on
Rosh Hashanah. When the prhrase "Praise Him
with a shofar blast" was read, a shofar was
sounded; "Praise Him on lute and lyre," a selec-
tion on a violin, was played; "Praise Him with
drum," a bongo selection; "Praise Him with
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Page2rA The Jewish Floridian. Friday, September 17,1962
Vatican Reacts Angrily
Pope John Paul's Meeting With Arafat To Begin's Blast
Rome Confirms
By LISA BILLIG
ROME (JTA) The
Vatican has confirmed that
Pope John Paul II would
meet Palestine Liberation
Organization chief Yasir
Arafat when the latter at-
tends the 69th Inter-parlia-
mentary Union meeting
here Sept. 12 to 22 as an
"observer."
The Pope is "disposed to meet
Yasir Arafat regarding the suf-
, ferings and rights of the Pales-
tinian people of which the Pope
spoke recently," Rev. Romeo
Panciroli, the Vatican Press Offi-
cer, announced. Nemer Hamad,
the PLO reoresentative in Rome,
said Arafat was to arrive on
Wednesday. \^
ISRAELI OFFICIALS ex-
pressed dismay at the impending
meeting and hoped it would not
lead to Vatican recognition of the
PLO. Israel apparently failed,
after a week of diplomatic efforts
in Rome, to head off the audience.
The officials noted, however, that
the Pope has heretofore stressed
the humanitarian aspects of the
Palestinian problem, not its
political dimension.
Israeli officials said after Sun-
day s Cabinet session that "dis-
creet" diplomatic efforts were
still going on to head off a meet-
ing between the Pope and Arafat.
The officials indicated that the
matter was discussed at length
by the Cabinet. They did not be-
lieve Premier Menachem Begin
would write directly to the Pope
unless he had reason to believe in
advance that an appeal to call off
the meeting would be complied
with.
ARAFAT WAS invited to
Rome by former Premier Giulio
Andreotti, now a Christian
Democrat member of Parliament,
who is President of this year's
Inter-parliamentary Union meet-
ing. It is being attended by about
1,500 delegates representing the
legislative bodies of 98 countries,
including Israel.
Andreotti observed that "The
National Palestinian Council of
which Arafat is part is a member
of the Interparliamentary Union
as observer according to the
United Nations model and has al-
ways participated in the confer-
ence of the Union.
THE PLO office here confirm-
ed that Arafat would attend. It
said the only "conditions" he laid
down were promised meetings
with President Sandro Pertini of
Italy, Foreign Minister Emilio
Colombo and Premier Giovanni
Spadolini. It did not mention an
audience with the Pope.
Observers here said it WH
most likely that Arafat would bt
received by Columbo inasmuch
as Italy has extended de facto
recognition to the PLO. A meet-
ing with Pertini was also consid-
ered highly likely. The President
has repeatedly expressed sym-
pathy with the PLO.
Spadolini has been a strong
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he has spoken recently of the
possibility of "official Italian
recognition of the PLO as repre-
sentative of the Palestinian
people," after negotiations
"which favor a reciprocal, un-
equivocal and simultaneous
recognition between the PLO and
Israel."
That statement has been taken
by many observers to signal a
shift by Spadolini toward official
recognition of the PLO. Hut it
was not seen as a readiness to
meet with Arafat on this oc-
casion.
WJC Says Pope John Paul
Won't Meet With Arafat
NEW YORK (JTA) -
The New York office of the
World Jewish Congress
said that according to in-
formation received from
Rome, Pope John Paul II
will not receive Palestine
Liberation Organization
chief Yasir Arafat in pri-
vate but in the context of a
general audience held at the
Vatican each Wednesday.
The WJC told the Jewish Tele-
graphic Agency, however, that it
was possible that after the
general audience, the Pope might
decide to see Arafat privately.
WJC President Edgar Bronfman
announced that the organiza-
tion's liaison at the Vatican per-
sonally delivered a formal com-
munication expressing the "deep
shock" of organized Jewry at the
announcement that the Pope
would receive Arafat.
THE DIPLOMATS note was
sent in the name of the Interna-
tional Jewish Committee on In-
terreligious Consultation
(1JC1CI, the official body
through which world Jewry
maintains relations with the
Vatican. Dr. Gerhart Reigner,
secretary general of the WJC and
chairman of the 1JCIC, dis-
patched the note under his signa-
ture for immediate and urgent
personal transmission to the
competent Vatican authorities,
Bronfman reported.
The IJCIF message said the
announced meeting was "unhelp-
ful to the furtherance of Catholic-
Jewish relations" and strongly
urged "reconsideration of the de-
cision." It expressed regret that
the status of the PLO was being
raised "when political develop-
ments seem to open new perspec-
tives for peaceful solutions" in
the Middle East.
In addition to the WJC, the
IJCIC includes the Synagogue
Council of America, American
Jewish Committee, Anti-Defa-
mation League of B'nai B'rith,
and the Israel Jewish Council for
Interreligious Consultations.
Rumanian Hunger-Striker
Wins Exit Visas for Israel
NEW YORK- (JTA) After
six weeks of a desperate hunger
strike for freedom, Sergiu and
Rusanda Ratescu of Bucharest,
Rumania, finally received exit
visas for Israel for which they
have waited for 12 years, accord-
ing to the Center for Russian and
East European Jewry and the
Student Struggle for Soviet Jew-
ry-
Reached by telephone by the
Center and the SSSJ, the
Ratescus said "there are still
many formalities to be worked
out," but they hoped they would
leave in two or three weeks. In
1977, the couple was given exit
visas and sold all their possess-
ions, but permission to emigrate
was suddenly cancelled, the Cen!
ter and SSSJ said.
The two Soviet Jewry groups,
with the help of many members
of the Senate and House, spear-
headed a campaign for the Rates-
cus' release. The couple told the
Center and SSSJ that "we will
never forget" what the American
lawmakers and the two groups
did for them "in all our desparate
days. Only yesterday we felt
helpless, half deadand now we
have come back to life." Sergiu
Ratescu is Jewish, but Rusanda
is not.
VATICAN CITY The
Vatican appears to have
hold the last word thus far
in the war of words with
Israel's Prime Minister
Menachem Begin. Infuri-
ated by the report that
Pope John Paul II would
hold a private meeting with
PLO chief Yasir Arafat
here this week, Begin Sun-
day declared:
"The church, which had stood
by during the Jewish Holocaust
in Europe and when Christians
were being killed in Lebanon, is
now prepared to meet the man
who initiated the latter, and
(who! is trying to complete the
Nazis' mission."
Arafat had not met the Pope
before, but the reported liaison in
this affair was Rev. Ibrahim
Ayad, 68, a Bethlehem-born
Palestinian priest.
AYAD IS president of the
Latin Ecclesiastical Court of
Lebanon and an active PLO
official. Dating from the first cor -
respondence between the Pope
and Arafat in 1979. Ayad has
been credited with bringing the
duo together.
At that time. Arafat declared:
Please permit me to have a
dream that 1 am seeing you going
to Palestine and Jerusalem, sur-
rounded by returning Palestinian
refugees carrying olive branches
and spreading them at your
feet."
It was Begin's extreme sensiti-
vity to the Hitlerian Holocaust in
which he lost members of his own
family that apparently caused his
hot response to the scheduled
papal meeting with Arafat.
BUT ON Monday, the Vatican
angrily rejected Begin's charges.
It called Begin's accusation
about the church's silent acquie-
Pope John Paul
sence to Jewish genocide "an in-
sult to the truth."
Said the Vatican: "Such an
outrage to the truth can not go
unanswered. The statement of
the Israeli government official re-
leased yesterda) (Sunday) in Jer-
usalem contain- words that are.
more than surprising, nearly in-
credible.
In its defense, the Vatican de-
clared that during World WarII
Pope John Paul spoke out
against genocide And during a
1979 visit to Auschwitz in his
native Poland, he made a partic-
ularly impassioned plea for peace
and brotherly love.
The Vatican statement noted
that the church had made numer-
ous efforts "to protect and save
thousands and thousands of
Jews, before and during World
War II. Thev arc actions tha
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which many Jews who now liveir.
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Friday, September 17,1982. The Jewish Floridian Page 3-A
Sunset Brings Advent
b!f?L-fetS DeStry Mre Syrian SAM,S Of Rosh Hoshonah;
By HUGH ORGEL
TEL AVIV (JTA) -
Israeli aircraft this week
destroyed another SAM-9
Syrian missile battery at
the same spot where two
others were bombed and
destroyed last week. Ac-
cording to an army spokes-
man, the missile battery
and launcher destroyed was
in the same area as those
destroyed last Wednesday
and Thursday some six
miles east of Bhamdoun on
the Beirut Damascus high-
way. All planes returned
safely to their base, the
spokesman said.
The raid on the Syrian missile
battery in the Bekaa valley came
shortly after an army spokesman
announced that three soldiers
were killed and one wounded Fri-
day evening when a bazooka
rocket was fired at the vehicle in
which they were traveling north
of Amik in eastern Lebanon.
THE SPOKESMAN said that
small arms and rocket fire were
directed at an Israel Defense
Force position in the same sector
Saturday morning, but no casu-
alties were reported. He em-
phasized that Israel views with
grave urgency ceasefire viola-
lions in this area.
Israel issued a stern warning to
Syria to halt violations of the
ceasefire originating in the
Syrian-held area of eastern
Lebanon. Cabinet Secretary Dan
Meridor said Israel held Syria
fully responsible for these actions
which have multiplied in recent
weeks. He said if the Syrians
wanted to stop the Palestine Lib-
eration Organization's activities
it could do so. as it has done on
the Golan Heights for many
years.
Cabinet sources warned that
the situation between Israeli and
Syrian troops facing each other in
Lebanon was deteriorating
sharply." They said Israel would
I not allow a "war of attrition to
Idevelop. The sources said the
J warnings to Syria were relayed
I through the U.S. and other chan-
I nils but so far have had no effect.
The raid on the Syrian
missile battery in the
Bekaa valley came shortly-
after an army spokesman
announced the three
soldiers were killed and one
wounded Friday evening
when a bazooka was
fired at the vehicle in
which they were traveling
north of Amik in eastern
Lebanon
MEANWHILE. Chief of Staff
Gen. Rafael Eitan said that the
Syrians were building new defen-
sive fortifications in Lebanon, al-
though he did not think the
Syrians had bolstered their posi-
tions there. In an Israel Army
radio interview, Eitan said he did
not think tensions would rise as a
result of the destruction of newly
introduced SAM-9 missiles into
the Bekaa valley, adding: "But
who knows?" He said the region,
with its forested hills, was an
ideal area for terrorist opera-
tions.
Eitan said the army had begun
to redeploy in the Beirut area,
pulling troops back from the city
proper. But he added that the
IDE would have to remain "close
to the city until we are sure that
its unity is restored and that
there is no danger of the terrorist
organizations sprouting up
again."
With the departure of the U.S.
Marines from Beirut last Friday
three weeks after their arrival
and well within the 30-day stay
promised by President Reagan
and of the Italian contingent on
Saturday, only the 850 troops of
the French contingent of the
multinational force remained in
Beirut. The French departed this
week, though the Lebanese gov-
ernment was reported to have ex-
pressed an interest in them stay-
ing on tor some time longer.
MEANWHILE. fighting
broke out in central Beirut as
leftwing gunmen clashed with the
Lebanese regular army. Security
forces identified the gunmen as
members of the "Partisans of the
Revolution." According to
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reports from Beirut, the leftists
fired at a Moslem delegation
leaving west Beirut to pay their
respects to Gemayel.
At the same time, Nayef
Hawatmeh, leader of the pro-
Soviet Democratic Front for the
Liberation of Palestine, was
quoted by the authoritative
Beirut newspaper An Nahar as
saying that the PLO will keep on
using Lebanon as a springboard
for attacks on Israeli forces.
Hawatmeh, who was among the
terrorists evacuated from Beirut,
was also quoted as saying that
the north of Lebanon, which he
reentered last week for a visit,
and the Bekaa valley "will be
firm starting points from which
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Jewish New Year, Rosh Hashanah, one of the most
ancient and sacred days in their history.
The commandments for the observance of the
holiday are described in the Biblical Book of
Leviticus, compiled 3,(XX) years ago. According to
the Hebrew calendar, the year 1982-83 will be the
Hebrew New Year 5743.
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Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 18 and 19. Some Reform
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who wrote the 15 th Century Sefer
Maharil, said that "It is customary on
Rush Hashanah after eating to go to the
sea or to a river and to cast one's sins in-
to the depths of the waters/'
The commentator on the Shulchan
Aruch, Rabbi Moshe Isserles, suggested
that we go to the water's edge for the
Tashlich ceremony because the "depth of
the seas" was created on Rosh
Hashanah.
K abba lists, Jewish mystics, shake
their garments as a way of freeing them-
selves from the "shells" of sin which
have formed during the year. And while
the Mediterranean and Sea of Galilee
shores have been regular sites for
Tashlich services throughout the years,
the residents of land-locked cities, like
Jerusalem or Safed, from the 18th
Century onward, climbed the roofs to
look toward either the Sea of Galilee or
toward the Dead Sea and recite the ap-
propriate verses.
Whatever one's customs on Rosh
Hashanah, which begins this year with
services Friday evening, the Machzor
declares that "This is the day of the
creation of the world. This is the day on
which all creatures of the earth stand un-
der judgment."
The High Holy Days are solemn days
that express the universal human need
for self-correction, for taking inventory
of one's life, and then seeking through
fasting and repentance (on Yom Kippur)
to change one's individual and com-
munity existence for the better.
The Rosh Hashanah occasion under-
scores how precarious human existence
is. "Who shall live, and who shall die?" is
a recurrent theme in our prayers.
Reckoned in terms of the outgoing
Hebrew year, during which mankind
faced nuclear proliferation and the trage-
dies of conflict in Lebanon, Ireland,
Afghanistan, Iran, Poland and the
Report from Sidon
Soviet Union, the question takes on add-
ed meaning.
It is this human suffering that makes
our moral suffering and our moral im-
pulses toward healing and redemption all
the more poignant. May all our readers
be inscribed for a good and a peaceful
New Year.

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How Do the Jews Fare There These Days?
By DIANA LERNER
London Chronicle Syndicate
Sidon is Lebanon's
second largest city, its pop-
ulation of over 180,000
made up mostly of Sunni
Moslems. When the Israel
Defense Forces routed the
terrorists in "Operation
Peace for Galilee," two
Jewish families were found
living there.
Until about a decade ago, there
were 50 Jewish families in Sidon.
When the PLO reign of terror
began in 1977, the number of
Jews dwindled to little more than
enough for a minyan. The syna-
gogue still stands on a side street
of the city, the Jewish cemetery
is on the outskirts.
About 150 persons are buried
there, but the Maged David and
Hebrew lettering meant little to
Syrian and Palestinian raiders,
for the graves were left un-
touched. For Israeli helicopter
jilots flying overhead and the
IDF soldiers who came upon the
site unexpectedly, the sight
caused a great deal of excitement.
SO TOO, did the small stone-
walled house on the seafront at
the entrance to the dreary
Casbah, with its mezuza on the
doorpost and the ceremonial ob-
jects dating back about a hun-
dred years. The family heirlooms
include silver candelbra, Chanu-
kah menorah and beautifully
carved Kiddush cups.
It is an old house with steep in-
clines and a ladder leading up to
the bedrooms. The floors are
marble tiled, the frame all stone,
and the furniture of dark carved
mahogany.
Within this house live the only
remaining Jews, two families
headed by a matriarchal aunt of
close to 90, two widows and their
seven children. The eldest, 25-
year-old Yitzhak Halevi, had
been a medical student in France
and returned upon the death of
his father to assume the duties of
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Friday, September 17, 1982. The Jewish Floridian Page 5-A
niTOR. The Jewish Floridian.
\\ just returned from a trip to
Lei and Lebanon. I was able to
leak with Lebanese civilians
Israeli soldiers. The infor-
tJon I obtained is, in large
rt totally contrary to that por-
LVed by our media coverage.
tineof my observations are:
h. In talking with Lebanese
Lilians I heard them express
L horrors of living under "PLO
l\e." The attrocities committed
| the PLO on Lebanese civilians
hd their property during the
Li six years were almost never
Iported by our media. In
)ITOR. The Jewish Floridian:
INow that we are somewhat re-
ived after the FLO have been
Ited out of Lebanon, let us
(gin to attack another problem-
release of the brainwashed
fulh in cults. Thousands of our
lelligent. college-educated
lung people have strayed from
Idaism and been hoodwinked
i the cults clutches.
[What are we doing about this
lious dilemma? Parents are
.pairing, giving up, tearing up
eir hair. Where to turn? A few
lealistic activists are doing
Imething about this and are
Lcessful.
|They are attacking the prob-
at its source. Rabbi Castriel
usowankin and his associate,
^srael Kaplan, of the Chabad
ouse, Florida, Counteraction
^vision, are helping numerous
nilies. rich and poor, in seeking
I way out of the cults' strangle-
lid. but they need the assist
JM and support of those inter-
Ited.
LILLIAN GOLDBERG
Miami Beach
Army Denies
IDF Entered
West Beirut
ELAVTV-(JTA|-Anarmy
okesman has denied foreign
(ess reports that the Israel De-
nse Force penetarted into West
fcirut and seized buildings of the
Miganan and South Yemen
busies in the Eia Jalha
larter of the city. The spoke-
n emphasized that the IDF
?pects the soverignty of all
?bassies in Beirut.
Symbol
for
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Damour, I saw grass growing in
many of the bombed out build-
ings. Query, how many of these
buildings were shown by our
media to be the work of Israel?
2. Possibly because of the PLO
attrocities and the fact that Is-
rael has been helping the Chris-
tian Lebanese for years, I found
the Lebanese sympathetic to Is-
rael's drive to remove the PLO
from their land. Many Lebanese
expressed the hope that Israel
would remain in Lebanon until all
foreign forces leave.
3. I saw enormous amounts of
captured military equipment.
Knowing that this equipment
was meant to kill Israeli women
and children. I wonder why it
took Israel so long to move in to
capture it.
4. In Sidon and Tyre, I saw the
markets and streets filled with
people. They were shopping,
drinking coffee, etc. Life seemed
to be returning to normal. This
certainly was not the picture I
expected to see from the media
coverage I saw and read in the
United States.
5. I spoke with wounded Israeli
soldiers about civilian casualties
and how they were being reported
in the United States. Most of
these soldiers said that their
commanders had emphasized
how important it was to avoid or
minimize civilian casualties. One
soldier (not a little resentful) said
that if he had fired first, he might
still have his leg.
In a free country, freedom of
the press is a cherished right.
Unfortunately, many American
journalists and commentators
have used this right to distort the
truth in Lebanon.
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Shultz: No More Settlements
But Vows Old Ones Will Be Able to Stay On
By DAVID FRIEDMAN
WASHINGTON (JTAI
Secretary! of State
George Shultz has dis-
closed that while the Rea-
gan Administration urges
to freeze the construction of
Jewish settlements on
West Bank and Gaza, it
opposes "dismantlement of
existing settlements."
The status of Israeli settle-
ments must be determined in the
course of the final status negotia-
tions" for the West Bank and
Gaza. Shultz told the House For-
eign Affairs Committee. "We will
not support their continuation as
extra-territorial outposts, but
neither will we support efforts to
deny Jews the opportunity to live
in the West Bank and Gaza under
the duly constituted governmen-
tal authority there, as Arabs live
in Israel."
SHULTZ'S REMARKS were
made as he briefed the committee
at a hearing he requested to ex-
plain President Reagan's peace
initiative for the Middle East
which Reagan unveiled in a
nationally-televised address
Sept. 1.
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committee. Shultz made several
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other points that were not indud-'
ed in the Reagan television ad-
dress but were made as 'talking
points" to Israel and the Arab
countries. These involved the
autonomy period for the Pales-
tinians in the West Bank and
Gaza which Shultz said would be
a "transition" time during which
the final status of the territories
will be negotiated.
These points, which Israel has
already rejected, are that the
United States believes that full
autonomy should give the Pales-
tinians "real authority over
themselves, the land, and its re-
sources, subject to fair safe-
guards on water: economic, com-
mercial, social and cultural ties
between the West Bank and Gaza
and Jordan: East Jerusalem
Arabs to be allowed to vote for
the autonomy authority, and
progressive Palestinian responsi-
bility for internal security based
on capability and performance."
SHULTZ URGED Congress to
"stay with the President in his
determination to sustain" his ini-
tiative, and "to look for the long-
term just solutions."
When Acting Committee
Chairman L.C Fountain (D..
N.C.I asked what the United
States would do about Israeli
"intransigence." Shultz said that
the President's proposals were in
the early stages, as Reagan did
after the Knesset rejected
Reagan s proposals. Shultz said
Ithe various parties were staking
out positions for negotiations.
Shultz said the United States had
made its position public and now
was waiting "for the right people
to come to the negotiating table."
When Rep. Benjamin Rosen-
thai (D.. N.Y.I said he could not
see Premier Menachem Begin
changing his position. Shultz
noted that Begin already has a
record as a peace-maker as one of
the signers of the Camp David
accords. Shultz stressed, in his
opening remarks, that former
President Carter said that
Reagan's peace initiative "is ab-
olutely compatible with the
Camp David agreements."
The secretary said that the
.Reagan Administration's "initia-
tive" will give the Camp David
revisions "their full meaning
nd a new dynamism Shultz
gain ruled out any new pressure
On Israel, except "the compelling
bull of peace.
REP. Bob Shamansky ID..
Ohiol said the only pressure that
would work on Israel would come
from within Israel itself and from
the Jewish people abroad, but he
said this will not be exerted until
Israelis and Jews see that the
Arab states have given their "ex-
plicit" recognition of Israel in-
stead of the "implicit" one they
continue to talk about. Shultz
noted that Reagan, in his speech,
urged Arab recognition of Israel.
Rosenthal and Rep. Benjamin
Gilman (R. N.Y.I raised the ques-
tion about Israel's charges it was
not fully consulted. Shultz said
that all the proposals had long
been made privately by the Unit-
ed States and were well known by
all the parties.
He said that, in formulating
the proposals, the United States
wanted to first make sure that
King Hussein of Jordan would be
willing to consider them, and
when this was assured, then
Egypt. Saudi Arabia and "of
course. Israel." were given the
"talking points" before Reagan
made his speech.
BUT SHULTZ indicated that
the United States had been wor-
ried about leaks from Israel, al-
though he did not mention Israel
by name. "The minute you go, at
least to some people, and say.
here is what the President of the
United States is thinking of say-
ing," it is in the public domain,"
he noted.
Shultz said that Reagan de-
rided to make his TV address
that night on Sept. 1 after details
of his proposals had been re-
vealed. While Shultz did not
mention Israel in this connection,
the details were revealed in Israel
earlier that day.
Most of the committee mem-
bers indicated support for the
President's proposal, but Rep.
Dante Fascell (D. Flal indicated
criticism when he said that, at a
time when Israel made it possible
to restore a strong central gov-
ernment in Lebanon, the United
Stales had "dusted off an old
Jordanian plan for peace in the
Mideast."
FASCELL and Rep. Stephen
Solarz (D-. N.Y.I questioned the
United States abandoning its role
as mediator. Shultz. who has ex-
perience as a labor mediator, said
there are many roles for a media-
tor: sometimes just taking &.
sages between the parties sobI
times making private propZu
and sometimes public pron^
He said the United StateV
decided that now is the time |
public proposals because of Z
"stagnant state" of the auj
omy talks. ""
Shultz. in stressing Reagan',
commitment "to stay fully **.
gaged" in the effor't to [Z
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Friday, September 17, 1982. The Jewish Floridian Page 7-A
first fragmentary reports, seem
|Fez Conference 'Peace Plan': Piece After Piece of Israel HS.s3sSiX
PLO.
All Arab League members,
with the exception of Egypt, sus-
pended since the Camp David
agreements, and Libya, which is
boycotting the parley, attended
the three-day meeting.
In Belgrade, Egyptian Presi-
dent liosni Mubarak told a press
conference at the end of a three-
day visit that he "welcomed
President Reagan s plan as a
positive and constructive step."
Mubarak said Egypt has in-
formed. America of its overall ap-
proval though it still urges the
creation of a Palestinian state
and PLO participation in all fu-
ture negotiations.
Thin report was filed with JTA
in Paris.
By EDWIN EYTAN
The heads of 19 Arab
States have reportedly ap-
proved a joint peace plan
for the Middle East based
Ion Saudi and Tunisian pro-
posals but also welcomed
the American plan as out-
fined by President Raegan
last week. The Palestine
Liberation Organization,
which attended the three-
jay meeting in Fez,
Morocco, as the Arab
Leaugue's 20th member,
eportedly concurred with
these decisions.
The conference itself did not
nake public any formal an-
nouncement, but Arab news
tgencies and radio stations an-
nounced that the leaders had
pound the American peace plan to
I "a positive step on the way to
^ace" and have approved fur-
ther negotiations on this basis.
fl'he Arab leaders have called,
liowever. for the creation of an in-
dependent Palestinian state and
for the PLO to be associated in all
future talks.
THE KUWAITI and the Unit-
ed Emirates news agencies said
Jordan's King Hussein had told
the conference he is prepared to
negotiate with "all the interested
parties" if he has the approval of
the Palestinians. The agencies
did not clarify the PLO"s formal
position except by hinting that it
had given its tacit approval to
this suggestion.
Western diplomats said the
Fez decisions referred more to
tactics than to fundamentals and
aim at keeping negotiations
going with the United States.
The 19 Arab states reportedly
wanted to respond in a positive
way to Reagan's plan and ap-
proved Saudi and Tunisian pro-
posals which imply Israel's
recognition.
The Tunisian proposal, based
on earlier plans drawn up by 79-
year-old President Habib Bour-
guiba. and presented to the con-
ference by Premier Mohammed
Zali, refers to the 1947 United
Nations partition plan for Pales-
tine. The Saudi proposal is based
on the plan proposed last year by
King Fahd which included a call
for mutual recognition by Israel
and the PLO.
ARAB RADIOS said PLO
chief Yasir Arafat refrained from
attacks against the Arab leaders
attending the conference and
stressed in most of his talks with
them the need for a political and
diplomatic solution. The French
radio corresponded said that
most of the participants made it
clear that they want to avoid an
armed confrontation with Israel.
The conference, according to
the Kuwaiti News Agency, also
approved the withdrawal of the
Syrian forces from the Bekaa
valley. Syria's 30,000 men are
stationed in Lebanon as part of
the "Arab deterrent force" under
an Arab League mandate.
The conference, according to
the Saudi Radio, approved a Syr-
ian withdrawal on condition that
Israel withdraws its forces as
well. The League, especially
Saudi Arabia and Kuwait, also
reportedly promised Syria a spe-
cial grant to compensate it for the
losses it sustained as a result of
its clashes with Israeli forces.
The meeting also recommended a
major joint Arab effort to pay for
part of Lebanon's reconstruction.
WESTERN DIPLOMATS in
Paris said the conference decis-
ions, as they appeared from these
Weinberger Says Israel
Won't Stop Reagan Plan
By MAURICE SAMUELSON
LONDON (JTA) A
)lunt warning that the
United States will not be
deterred from pursuing its
latest Middle East plan by
fsrael's negative reaction to
'resident Reagan's propos-
es was made here by U.S.
)efense Secretary Caspar
Veinberger.
One of the differences between
Ihis and previous Administra-
tions was that "we will not turn
pnd run." he told an interviewer
the London Times. "We will
bot say: O dear. Mr. Begin
poesn't like it, we can't proceed
pith it. or anything of the kind."
Fhe President, Weinberger
Stated, "does not operate that
kay. He had devoted a great deal
pf time and thought and effort to
peveloping this initiative.
THE REAGAN plan, Wein-
fwrger continued, offered "one of
the best hopes for peace" in the
Middle East in recent years.
"When I was in Israel, I ex-
pressed the disappointment that
I think we all feel that Mr. Begin
after an hour or half-an-hour, or
whatever it was. of consideration
with his Cabinet flatly rejected it
and then within a few days
started action that seemed to be
designed to emphasize their op-
position and contempt for this
attempt to bring peace."
Weinberger said that despite
Premier Manachem Begins reac-
tion, the U.S. cannot say,
"That's the end of it. I think we
have to continue to do what we're'
trying to do, to demonstrate to
all countries involved, including
Israel, that its very much in
their interest and advantage."
He added that although the U.S.
intends to pursue the Reagan
proposals, pressure will not be
exerted on Israel to accept them.
During his visit to London,
Weinberger held talks with
British Defense and Foreign Af-
fairs Ministers.
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Election of Gamayel
Gemayels .
threat comes from the
donv
Movement" Druw"Jadir*'
Jumblatt and his Jl
Nasserite A#..-: aUles' B
His Sudden Aloofness Was Surprise to Begin
By DAVID HAROUNDOFF
London Chronicle Syndicate
The election of Bashir
Gemayel as President rep
resents a new revolution in
the perilous arena of)
Lebanese politics. It brings
to ascendancy a younger
militant, traditional and
more intellectually inclined
Maronite generation. The
predominance over
Maronite polities by the
"Old Guard" leaders,
Pierre Gemayel and Camille
Chamoun, has been visibly
eclipsed.
The contrast between the twc
generations stems partly from
their diverse upbringing. Virtual-
ly all the Maronite elders attend-
ed the St. Joseph's Jesuit Uni-
versity, where they came under
the rousing influence of the insti-
utions" rector, John Ducreut. The
latter infused his pupils with the
idea of creating a regimented and
technocratic Lebanon not merely
associated with the Arab world,
but leading it. Animosity
towards Zionism naturally
figured prominently in Ducreut's
unfulfilled dream. This influence
coupled with the historical Chris-
tian-Sunni conflict generated a.
welter of confusion within
Maronite ranks.
BASHIR GEMAYEL'S fol-
lowers demanded a more incisive
policy. One that would keep pan-
Arabism at arms-length from
Lebanon's destiny. They also
abhorred what they frequently
described as the "mentality of
corruption" that permeated the
erstwhile leadership. One
Phalangist officer in East Beirut
said that Camille Chamoun actu-
ally sold arms to the PLO and
Syrian forces besieging the
Christian town of Damour in
1976. This deficiency in Maronite
leadership is also seen as being
responsible for the formidable
PLO presence for the past 12
years and the emergence of local
fiefdoms throughout Lebanon.
Bashir Gamayel first captured
the admiration of Maronite youth
during the 1976 civil war. He
swiftly abandoned his Washing-
ton legal practice to take part in
some of the most bloody street
fighting against the PLO and its
Moslem allies.
His sob sequent rise to the
pinnacles of military and political
power was meteoric. Although
Gemayel is not in the habit of re-
ceiving newsmen, it is easy to see
that he does exude a certain
charisma. In the Christian quart-
ers of East Beirut and northern
Lebanon, he is revered to the
point of idolatry.
IN OTHER quarters, he is
loathed and described as a ruth-
less operator with Napoleonic
ambitions. On July 7, 1980, his
troops attacked Chamoun's
"Tiger" militias in East Beirut.
The assault was a bid to topple
his principal rival in the Maronite
camp. Still greater acerbity de-
veloped when Bashir and his
father, Pierre Gemayel's soldiers
stormed the mountaintop fort-
ress of former President
Suleiman Franjieh and killed his
eldest son, Tony.
Much of the intra-Maronite
rivalry and bitterness was sub-
sumed in the degree of reconcilia-
tion which emerged with the
unifying formation of the Chris-
tian "Lebanese Forces" under
Bashir Gemayels command.

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Gemayel Is Assassinated in Beirut;
Blockbuster Ends Startling Career
BEIRUT Lebanon's new President-Elect
Bashir Gemayel has been killed. The assassina-
tion occurred on Tuesday as he sat in his head-
quarters building in downtown Beirut.
A huge bomb, estimated at some 400 pounds
of TNT, rocked the building, killing dozens of
other persons and wounding many more. First re-
ports had indicated that Gemayel survived the
assassination attempt. But eight hours later, it
was revealed that Gemayel was dead.
THE ASSASSINATION came just nine days
before Gemayel was to be installed into office as
Lebanon's new President. Gemayel had repeated-
ly expressed fears that he was being targeted for
death. The leader of this divided country's Chris-
tian Phalangist forces, he was a tentative friend
of Israel, having visited there in recent months.
Following his election, his reserve toward Israel
strengthened, because it was clear that he wanted
a rapprochement with the Arab world, and he re-
fused to be oinned down about siiming a peace
treaty. A Maronite Christian, he expressed hope
shortly before the exit of U.S. Marines from
Beirut last week, that they would stay on longer.
But his ability as statesman
may be in question. The
Lebanese Consitution demands a
President of high calibre if the
elements of authority are to be
correctly exerted. The President
is the supreme authority in
Lebanese politics. He nominates
the Prime Minister (traditionally
a Sunni) and appoints Ministers.
The President also formulates
major policies and is the main
power behind the Army. Witness
the prevailing anarchy under
President Sarkis' ineffectual rule.
In the light of the present situ-
ation, even after the expulsion of
the PLO, it remains uncertain
whether Bashir Gemavel will be
able to employ fully, the powers
granted to him under the Con-
stitution. Fierce political opposi-
tion is already surfacing.
SAEB SALAM. the 77-year-
old former Sunni Prime Minister,
has indicated that he will contest
the Lebanese Constitution which
grants the Maronites dominance
over the legislature. Salam has
stated that the ratio of 10-8 seats
in Parliament in favor of the
Christians is no longer represent-
ative of the population's religious
make-up. Similary, the leader of
the Shiite Harakat Amal (Move-
ment of Hope) Nabih Bern, is de-
manding a share of power com-
mensurate with his sect's
numbers.
Mourabitoun r*
organization. Jumblatt Z.
**d any comprom,**
Gemayel. He stated recently
civil war was inevitable .7
of his adversary s "JLJN
personality." his intent H
troy the "Arab and fi^
identity of Lebanon and w
pohc^ of peaceful reiati^,
Political compromise has r* i
been a forte of Walid Juibffl
He might well muster 1
strength to wage a limited "*|
flict with Gemayel iSt
Lebanese Army. But unl^thi
is a sizeable Syrian intervenSI
Jumblatt and h.s allies nTZ\
their activities confined. for 2?
of resources, to the sort of tern. I
ist violence recently used aT.|
the Deputies who
Bashir Gemayel.
AS FOR THE Syrian
Israeli military pres
Gemayel has argued trenchant
for the re-Lebanization" of hi
country in a recent article forth.
Washington Post. "If Syria
Gemayel wrote, "considers the
Bekaa Valley in eastern Lebanon
a Syrian security zone, then
course Israel will treat the south
as an Israeli security zone. Th*
Bekaa is at once on the frontier!
of both countries. Should this
valley be included in the securitv
strategy of either, it will in fact
become less secure for both."
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Eagi
By DAVID LANDAU
JERUSALEM (JTA) -
Mapam Secretary General Victor
Shemtov has challenged the gov-
ernment to prosecute Mapam for
allegedly spreading anti-war pro-
paganda among Israeli troops at
the front in Lebanon. He was re-
ferring to a leaflet displayed by
Premier Menachem Begin at a
Cabinet meeting which outraged
the ministers by declaring that it
was impossible to destroy the
Palestine Liberation Organiza-
tion by military means.
The leaflet bore the imprint of
Mapam. Begin likened it to the
propaganda the Bolsheviks
spread among Russian troops in
1917 in order to demoralize the
Czarist armies fighting the Ger-
mans. The Cabinet demanded an
investigation by the Attorney
General aimed at bringing
criminal charges against Mapam,
a partner in the opposition Labor
Alignment.
SHEMTOV DECLARED that
Mapam welcomed prosecution
because it would "prove to the
nation" the "stupidity and male-
volence" of the Likud govern-
ment. He said the leaflet in ques-
tion was an internal document
stating Mapam's public position
against the war in Lebanon.
It was not "disseminated
among the troops," Shemtov
said. It was sent to party
branches and kibbutzim for the
guidance of party activists and
copies that found their way to the
front lines were brought there,
just as any other material, by
soldiers returning from leave, he
said. There was no intention by
Mapam to propagandize the
army, he added.
He noted further that the posi-
tions stated in the leaflet have
been aired in dozens of media ar-
ticles which had far wider circula-
tion among troops at the front.
The leaflet claimed what many
critics at home and abroad have
been saying of Israel's action in
Lebanon: That its purpose was
not simply to secure a terrorist-
free zone in south Lebanon but to
destroy the PLO by military
means and establish a govern-
ment in Lebanon subservient to
Israel.
Begin, meanwhile, backed
away from a suggestion by
former Mapam MK Dov Zakin
that he initiate legal action
against Mapam himself, since he
was so outraged by the leaflet. In
a letter to Zakin, made public,
Begin said it was up to the legal
authorities, not the Prime Minis-
ter, to take action in cases of this
kind.
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Arens Warns Against Losing 'Benefits' of War
NEW YORK (JTA) -
Israel's Ambassador to the
United States, Moshe
Arens, has cautioned that
the "major benefits" to the
United States and Israel
resulting from the Leba-
nese war could be dissipat-
ed unless there was close
cooperation between Wash-
ington and Jerusalem on
future developments in the
Middle East.
In a report to the Conference of
Presidents of Major American
Jewish Organizations following
his return from Israel last week,
Arens said that any effort by the
Administration to "distance" it-
self from Israel in order to per-
suade the "so-called Arab mo-
derates" of America's good in-
tentions toward them could prove
"destructive" to both American
and Israeli interests.
"U.S.-Israeli cooperation is
necessary," Arens told the Presi-
dents Conference, "if the positive
results of Operation Peace for
Galilee are to endure." He said
"great achievements" had result-
ed from Israel operation in Leba-
non "and not only for Israel."
AMONG THE achievements,
Arens said, were:
* "A major change has
taken place in the East-West
power balance, both in the re-
lative strategic position and the
perceived strength of forces of
NATO and the Warsaw Pact."
What had been considered the
"Soviet preponderance" in con-
ventional arms is now known
both in Washington and in Mos-
cow as a mirage, the result of
Israel's stunning success, using
American and Israeli-made
weapons, against Soviet-supplied
aircraft, surface-to-air missiles
and tanks, Arens said.
As a result, "Soviet stock
has sunk to zero among the Arab
states," the Israeli envoy said.
"None of the Arab countries is
going to Moscow to shop for
arms," he observed, adding that
this had "immeasurably streng-
thened the American strategic
position in the Middle East," he
added.
"A clear and powerful answer
has now been given to the ques-
tion of whether the Western
world could protect the vast pool
of oil in the Persian Gulf area. It
is now clear that the United
States and Israel, working in
tandem, can project sufficient
power to meet any contingency in
the Middle East but only if the
two work closely together."
Israel's primary objective
to end the PLO threat to Israel's
north has been achieved.
The precondition have
been set for restoration of Leba-
non's independence, its return to
the Western camp and the
possibility of signing a peace
treaty with Israel.
International terrorism has
been dealt a telling blow. "In
Lebanon," Arens said, "the PLO
was able to operate above ground
in what had been turned, in ef-
fect, into a PLO state. Other ter-
rorist movements such as the
D*aarvi mini
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Baader-Meinhof gang, the IRA,
the Red Brigades and others, be-
nefited significantly from the
PLO's control over so much of
Lebanon and from the PLO infra-
structure that had been estab-
lished there. Never again will ter-
rorist groups ever enjoy such a
broad range of facilities and such
freedo m of action.''
Percy Says
Begin Bowed
WASHINGTON A spokesman for Sen. Charfe.
Percy (R.,III. said the solonhS
received a letter from Premier
Menachem Begin of Israel apolo-
gizing for rebuking him for allee
edly urging President Reagan to
bring Israel to its knees because
of the situation in Lebanon
Begins letter, according to the
spokesman, said that the Premier
accepts Percy's avowal that he
never made such a statement
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Filling in Background
PLO Says It Holds 8 Soldiers
By EDWIN EYTAN
PARIS (JTA) The
Palestine Liberation Orga-
nization said in Damascus
that it holds eight Israeli
soldiers missing from a for-
ward observation outpost
in Central Lebanon. The
PLO announcement said
the soldiers were prisoners
of war, were "well treated"
and would be visited by a
representative of the Inter-
national Red Cross at some
unspecified date.
Israeli Defense Minister Ariel
Sharon warned Syria that it
would be held responsible for the
disappearance of the soldiers and
Historians Criticize Begin For
Constant Reference to Holocaust
By GIL SEDAN
JERUSALEM-(JTA)-Tw6.
noted historians have sharply _at-
tacked Fremeir Menachem Beg)n
for what they said was his Re-
cessive use of the term Holo-
caust for political purposes. .
Shmuel Ettinger of the Hebrew
University and Prof. Yisrael
Guttman"of the Yad Vashem In-
stitute held a press conference
here in front of Yad Vashem to
protest Begins frequent use of
the term. The press conference
coincided with the end of a one-
week hunger strike by Holocaust
survivor Dr. Shlomo Schmeltz-
man who was protesting the war
in Lebanon. He conducted his
hunger strike outside the gates of
Yad Vashem. '-
"I am deeply ashamed of my-
self for not having the power to
do the same thing and sharply
protest the actions of our govern-
ment. Ettinger said. "Those
act? are in total conflict with the
moral and historical tradition .of
the nation and of the Zionist
movement."
Continuing, Ettinger said:,-
Our tather Abraham asked to
save Sodom and Gomorrah for
only 10 just people. Our govern-
ment, in order to kill several hun-
dred terrorists, is ready to kill
thousands of women and children
and innocent citizens. Never be-
fore has there been such a far-
reaching and criminal deviation
from Judaism. No other person
has desecrated the memory of the
Holocaust as that Premier (Be-
gin)."
Guttman said that a trend had
developed several years before
the war in Lebanon to misapply
the term Holocaust by over-using
it, frequently for political end'?-
At the same time, he added, gov-
ernment spokesmen often criti-
cized opponents of government
policies as being anti-Semitie.
"In that case, we are also anti-
Semites," Guttman said.
Schmeltzman told the press
conference that "It is time for us
to take off our blinders and look
at reality and see that our society
is sick. There are symptoms of.a
malignant illness, which I used to
leel as a child in Poland and Ger-
many. It is time for us to wake iip
and renounce the worship of
power."
would suffer the consequences if
they are harmed. The soldiers ap-
parently were captured by PLO
elements operating from behind
Syrian lines in Lebanon. Their
tracks and those of their captors
were found leading toward
Syrian-held territory.
IN ISRAEL, the commanding
general of the northern front con-
firmed that the Israeli soldiers
had been taken into an area con-
trolled by Syria but said it was
not certain who captured them.
He said the Syrians would be
held responsible for the incident.
He said the army was drawing
certain conclusions from the cap-
lure but did not elaborate. An
officer from the Israeli unit in-
volved has been removed. The
general said this was not "direct-
ly or solely due" to the incident.
The PLO announcement said
the Israelis were captured by a
Palestinian group calling itself
"The august 23rd Organization,"
a previously unknown group. The
date appears to refer to the
election of Hushir Gemayal as
President of Lebanon.
The PLO claimed the soldiers
were captured without violence,
implying that none of them was
wounded. Israeli sources have
expressed surprise that there was
no evidence that the soldiers put
up a fight. The sources suggested
that the men may have relaxed
their vigilence because of the re-
lative calm in the area and were
taken by surprise.
The Committee of the Interna-
tional Red Cross in Geneva told
the Jewish Telegraphic Agency
that it has not yet been informed
of the capture, nor has it been in-
vited to visit the prisoners.
Sources close to the IRC said the
PLO moved slowly and it might
take several days before arrange-
ments are made for a Red Cross
delegate to see the men.
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BEFORE YOU AMPUTATE, DOC... '
I WANT ANOTHER. OPINION/
tion of using force to achieve sec-
ondary goals, not the main goal
of peace for Galilee," Bar lev de-
clared. It is also "on the moral af-
fects of such a war. It was the
first time since the establishment
of the State that we pursued
goals which were not a vital nec-
essity for the existence of the
State."
Barlev agreed that a stable
government in Lebanon and the
ouster of the PLO and the Syr-
ians from that country were
desirable goals. But Israel's
existence does not depend on
them, he observed. "Lebanon has
never been a security problem for
taMfe}. From this point of view, it
really doesn't matter if we sign a
peace treaty with Lebanon or
settle for formal arrangements,
such as the good fence," he said.
The latter was a reference to the
open borders Israel has m
tamed th L*anon **t
civil war began in that country
SHARON ALLUDED in u
speech to Israel's future securiT
requirements in Lebanon It
repeated that there would haveZ
be a security zone of 40-50 kiU
meters in south Lebanon devoW
Df artillery_ and other offensive
weaponry, Neither UNIFIL l.k!
United Nations Interim ForceX
Lebanon) nor the multi-natio J
force (in Beirut) will be able ta
assure us of such security," he
NHU<
Sharon said a few days earlier
that Israel may have to control
south Lebanon indefinitely bv
occupation or other means unless
Lebanon signs a peace treatv
with Israel. '
The Knesset, officially in
recess, was convened in special
session to debate the war.
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The Knesset has ap-
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conduct of the war in Leba-
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endorsement was followed
by a tense debate over
President Reagan's Mid-
east peace proposal, flatly
rejected by Premier Mena-
ce hem Begin's Cabinet but
supported by the opposi-
tion Labor Alignment as a
basis for negotiations over
Palestinian.
The debate between Likud and
Labor over the war centered on
its expansion and the level of
force applied rather than on the
original war aims. Labor agreed
with the necessity to rid south
Lebanon of Palestinian terrorists
menacing Israel's borders. But it
questioned the need to send Is-
raeli troops to the environs of
Beirut, 60 miles north of the
border and the intense land, air
and sea bombardment of west
Beirut.
BEGIN IMPLIED that the
Palestine Liberation Organiza-
tion and the Syrians bore sole
responsibility for the expansion
of the war. He said the PLO had
two chances to end the blood-
shed; the first on June 11, five
days after the fighting started,
when Israel declared a unilateral
ceasefire after clearing the terror-
ists from a 40-mile zone in south
Lebanon; and again on June 26
when Israel offered the PLO and
the Syrians safe conduct out of
Beirut via the Damascus high-
way.
According to Begin, the war
brought peace and a new life to
the inhabitants of Galilee. He
challenged Labor to go to the
towns and villages of Galilee and
try to tell the people there that
the campaign was unjustified.
"Its own local supporters would
be the first to disagree," Begin
said.
The war, Begin claimed,
achieved three purpose peace
for Galilee, 'a considerable
amount of peace for all of Israel's
citizens," and restoration of the
deterrent force of the Israeli
army.
MUCH OF the Knesset debate
on the war was conducted by De-
fense Minister Ariel Sharon, the
architect of Israel's military
strategy and tactics, and Haim
Barlev, a Labor Party leader who
was Chief of Staff during the
1967 Six-Day War.
Sharon extolled the war as a
"stunning achievement which
created an earthquake in the
area." Nobody had believed, he
said, that terrorism could be up
rooted from Beirut.
Sharon attacked the Reagan
plan. "We are on the threshhold
of a new, mighty struggle," he
said. "One tries to impose on us a
plan which conflicts with our own
interests and with the Camp Da-
vid accords. The events in Leba-
non should light a thousand
warning candles against sug-
gested demilitarized zones ac-
cording to the American plan,"
he said. One of the by-products of
the war is the increased ability of
Israel to cope with new plans
without the pressure of terrorism,
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northern settlements from terror-
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no criticism, he said.
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Angel of Calcutta
Mother Teresa Urges We Love
By ROBERT E. SEGAL
Nobel Prize-Winner Mother
Teresa is known as the "angel of
Calcutta" for her compassionate
work with the poor. At Harvard
in June to accept an honorary
degree, she delivered the Class
Day address, Some 3,000 people
listened, but not all heard. Here
was the heart of her message:
"You and I have been called here
to love one another; to be kind to
one another. Let us preach not by
words but by example."
In the same commencement
and reunion season, Harvard,
Yale, and Princeton alumni who
graduated 25 years ago produced
a troublesome response to a key
question in a joint sampling of
opinion.
The query was: "Do you agree
with the statement that blacks
and whites have equal intelli-
gence on the average?" Approxi-
mately a third of the Princeton
and Yale respondents and a fifth
of the Harvard respondents
answered "No."
JUDGING BY the reaction
around some halls of ivy, one
concludes that this question
won't be asked next time around
if there is a next time. Said one
Harvard alumni official: "They
(the graduates) are not as en-
lightened as we might hope."
Shift the scene to Dartmouth.
Backed in part by alumni of both
the Old and New Right, embry-
onic journalists there are pub-
lishing an independent newspa-
per flaunting a crude racist trend.
Example: Under the heading,
"Dis Sho' Ain't No Jive, Bro," a
column by a Dartmouth senior
appears as if written home by a
black student. (Congressman
Jack Kemp of New York had the
good sense to quit the pajjer's ad-
visory board once he heard of this
kind of mischief.)
If some of the men from some
of the college providing some of
the best education available hold
attitudes illustrated by these
case histories, what happens to
Mother Teresa's Class Day ap-
peal? And how shall we expect
the impressionable people now
swelling the ranks of the
resurgent Ku Klux Klan to
behave?
BEAR IN mind that Wizard
Bill Wilkinson is out recruiting
high school students for the Klan
these days. He > has advised
Klansmen to keep their guns out
of sight for a while and to get
active in local politics. While they
follow his orders and while drill
proceeds in the secluded glens of
the KKK paramilitary training
camps, the Wizard of Hatred is
offering his solution for Ameri-
ca's "black problem." His
literature for the high school level
proposes "black repatriation to
Africa." Later on, he may come
up with a solution for what he
views as America's "Jewish
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carried into the marketplace, and
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from the necks of elderly white
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Sharon Says Israel
Doesn't See Treaty
With Lebanon As
A 'Security Necessity'
Dayi
lERUSALEM- (JTA)
Israel's Defense Minis-
Ariel Sharon has said
|t Israel does not view a
ce treaty with Lebanon
oerely a gesture but as a
curity necessity of
ne importance." He in-
ed however, that Israel
no territorial aspira-
Bs in Lebanon and was
Jly interested in a uni-
Lebanon under a cen-
| government.
Ificial sources here said that
ks too early to spell out the
(of security belt envisaged by
[Defense Minister. Foreign
tster Yitzhak Shamir told the
hassadors of the European
bomic Community countries
security arrangements on
Is northern border would
[be worked out by the Leban-
md Israeli armies, assuming
> was a peace treaty between
(wo countries. A key question
Whether the kind of security
on seeks would be feasible
out the presence of Israeli
ps in Lebanon.
)M THE outset of the Leb-
campaign, Prime Minister
i predicted that an Israeli
bry would result in Lebanon
ping the second Arab coun-
to con elude a peace treaty
1 Israel. But President-Elect
hir Gemayel is reportedly
fer heavy pressure not to sign
let with Israel. The pressure
es mainly from Lebanese
Jlem leaders. But a Christian
Br, former President Carrulle
noun, has been quoted as
ng a treaty with Israel at this
\ would be "premature."
pgin, who met with Gemayel
| week, reportedly was disap-
ed that the President-Elect
I to come out openly in favor
peace treaty. The Lebanese
er also declared that his gov-
nent would try Maj. Saad
Idad as a "deserter."
Jaddad, who commands the
Istian militia in south Leb-
p. has been supported for
by israel and recently ex-
Bed the area he controls from
a narrow strip along the Israeli
border to a point just south of
Sidon. Israel is said to regard his
presence as an important security
element.
BEGIN ALSO was reported to
have been "insulted" by Ge-
mayel's cool attitude inasmuch
as the leader of the rightwing
Christian Phalangists owed his
election in large measure to Is-
rael's army in Lebanon.
Political pundits here assume
that Sharon's remarks on Israel's
security plans in Lebanon had
Begin's personal approval. Al-
though the Cabinet has not yet
discussed future relations with
Lebanon, Begin, Sharon and
Shamir consult frequently to-
gether. It is assumed here that
the three senior Cabinet minis-
ters are in agreement and that
Sharon's statements reflect this.
Whatever agreements are
reached with respect to a long
range relationship with Lebanon,
Israel has indicated it is in no
hurry to withdraw its forces from
Lebanon, including the northern-
most points to which Israel
troops advanced.
IN THAT connection, Sharon
reportedly told Morris Draper,
the senior U.S. diplomat in Leb-
anon, that Israel would not with-
draw from the environs of Beirut
until Sharon and his family
"could spend a weekend at the
Commodore Hotel in west
Beirut," the Moslem quarter of
the Lebanese capital.
Draper is Deputy Assistant
Secretary of State for Near East
and South Asian Affairs and was
special Ambassador Philip
Habib's deputy in the negotia-
tions which led to the evacuation
of the Palestine Liberation
Organization from west Beirut.
Israel is insisting furthermore
that no anti-Israel elements must
be allowed to remain in Beirut
which could facilitate the return
of the PLO. But sources here
have denied a report that Israel
issued an ultimatum for the evac-
uation of 2,000 leftist militiamen
from west Beirut. Israel contin-
ues to regard this as the respon-
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flute," a flautist plays a passage; "Praise Him
with resounding cymbals," a flurry of crashing
cymbals.
THE PSALM CONCLUDES with, "Let every-
thing that breathes praise the Lord." At this pont
the entire congregation joins in with the con-
temporary Hebrew-English song, "Halleluyah."
Perhaps, the best insight into the meaning of
Rosh Hashanah can be found in the life of the
saintly Abraham Isaac Kook, late chief rabbi of
Israel. He became critically ill in the fall of the
year and was taken to the hospital. When the
month of Elul began, he asked that the Shofar be
Slated Oct. 24
sounded each morning so that he might fulfill the
commandment of hearing the sounds during this
month preceding Rosh Hashahah. The doctor
reluctant to comply with this request lest the
blasts have an adverse effect on the rabbi, vainly
tried to dissuade his patient. The rabbi insisted
that the Shofar be blown.
Finally, one of Rabbi Kook's students discreet-
ly suggested, "If this Shofar is sounded in the
hospital, wouldn't the other patients be disturb-
ed?"
The pious sage immediately said, "Maybe you
are right. If that is so, do not blow the Shofar."
Maybe that is the real meaning of Rosh
Hashanah learning to be considerate of others.
Soviet Jewry Confab Set for Paris
By EDWIN EYTAN
PARIS (JTA) The
World Conference on Soviet
Jewry, the third since 1971,
will convene at Versailles
Oct. 24 through 26 with the
participation of 1,000 rep-
resentatives of world-wide
Jewish communities, rank-
ing Israeli leaders, U.S.
Congressmen, and mem-
bers of Britain's Parlia-
ment, the French National
Assembly and of a dozen
other national legislative
bodies.
The Conference Steering
Committee announced after a
two-day meeting here that Prime
Minister Pierre Mauroy of France
will formally open the proceed-
ings, and Premier Menachem Be-
gin of Israel will deliver the
closing address. Shimon Peres,
chairman of Israel's Labor Party,
will also speak. The Conference
will be chaired by Leon Dulzin,
chairman of the World Zionist
Organization and Jewish Agency
Executives.
A SPOKESMAN noted that
the Conference will convene at a
time of mounting pressure
against Jews in the USSR and
sharply declining emigration
figures. Only 1,723 Jews were
permitted to leave the Soviet
Union during the first seven
months of 1982 compared to
7,386 during the same period last
year.
But Conference organizers
pointed out that the first two
world gatherings for Soviet Jews
in 1971 and 1976, had had a
positive effect on the rate of
Jewish emigration and that the
first meeting in 1971 marked the
start of the Jewish activist move-
ment inside the USSR.
Begin is scheduled to meet
with President Francois Mitter-
rand while in Paris and with
other members of the French
government. The meetings are
significant because Franco-
Israeli relations reached a new
low after the terrorist attack on a
Jewish restaurant on the Rue des
Rosiers in Paris last month. Isra-
el charged that France's Middle
East policy had created the
climate "which enabled the ter-
rorists to operate." Mitterrand
strongly denied the charges.
FRANCO ISRAELI relations
were further aggravated by the
participation of a French unit in
supervising the evacuation of the
Palestine Liberation Organiza-
tion from the West Beirut and
the insistence by the French gov-
ernment that their departure
should be carried out under
"honorable" and "dignified"
conditions.
French relations with Jerusa-
lem have sunk so low that several
members of the Conference
Steering Committee suggested
that the gathering be postponed
or moved to another country.
Some committee members feared
that France could not ensure the
safety of the participant. These
objections were overcome after
the French authorities met with
Israeli representatives who indic-
ated that Begin wanted the meet-
ing to be held in Paris.
While strolling the campus grounds at the University of Edinburgh, it
wouldn't be unusual to hear "Shalom aleichem" uttered in the same breath as
"Hoot, mon!" Because Hebrew was a language taught here as early as
the 1600's. As a matter of fact, the first Jews who came to Scotland
had been specially invited to Edinburgh just to teach Hebrew. Can
you imagine students in the land of King Charles celebrating gradua-
tion in me language of King David?
You don't have to be a Hebrew major from Edinburgh to
know that on such occasions a toast with, fine scotch whisky is in
order. In America, the favorite is J&.B Rare Scotch. Special blend-
ing has given J&B a flavor in a class by itself. Which is why we say
it whispers. And which is why J&.B is the worthy spirit at any toast,
whether you say, "Cheers, Laddie!" or simply, "L'Chayim!"
J&B. It whispers.
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Page 16-A The Jewish Floridian. Friday, September 17,1982
Report From Paris
PLO 'Recognizes' IsraelAgain
By EDWIN EYTAN
I PARIS (JTA) A
senior Palestinian official
said that the Palestine Lib-
eration Organization ac-
cepts UN Security Council
Resolution 242, thus "im-
plicitly recognizing Israel's
right to exist.
Dr. Issam Sartawi, described
as a personal adviser to PLO
Chief Yasir Arafat, told a press
conference that the PLO "rejects
only that part of the resolution
which speaks of the Palestinians
as refugees without recognizing
their legitimate rights, but fully
accepts the rest of the text."
LAST WEEK Sartawi had in-
dicated that the PLO is prepared
to recognize Israel "on a basis of
reciprocity." As he went a step
further, he regretted America's
failure to respond to our over-
tures." However, he said the ap-
pointment of George Shultz as
Secretary of State was a "posi-
tive factor," which might indic-
ate that Washington "now plans
to conduct a better balance policy
in the Middle East.
The Palestinian-born, 44-year-
old cardiologist who has served
since 1977 as the PLO's contact
with the Israeli peace camp, em-
phatically rejected any future
role for former Secretary of State
Henry Kissinger in the search for
a Middle East diplomatic solu-
tion.
Referring to reports from
Washington that Shultz might
ask Kissinger to assist the State
Department in some diplomatic
capacity, Sartawi said, "He is not
morally qualified." He, charged
that Kissinger "had always been
partial and blatantly pro-Israeli."
SARTAWI also said that the
"Kissinger clause," the promise
given to Israel not to negotiate
with the PLO before it recognizes
Israel," is simply anti-constitu-
tional."
He^fcB^he promise could not
be binding on the new Adminis-
tration as it "subordinates
America's foreign contacts to the
will and desires of a third party,"
namely Israel.
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But they're probably doing it for the wrong
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Because they're Jews.
They should be supporting them because
they're Americans.
If U.S. interests in the Middle East were
threatened, it would take months to mount a
significant presence there. With Israel as an
ally, it would take only a few days.
However, we have a lot more than a military
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We, the members of The National PAC
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We can best accomplish this by helping
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But this doesn't just take hard work. It
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State Dep't. Vows to Win
Israel's Support for Plan
By DAVID FRIEDMAN
WASHINGTON -
(JTA) The State De-
partment said that the
Reagan Administration
would put "proper pres-
sure" on Israel to support
President Reagan's peace
initiative but has ruled out
sanctions. Department
spokesman John Hughes
defined "proper pressure"
as "persuasion" and "draw-
ing attention to the great
benefits that will ensue for
Israel making peace with
its neighbors."
He said the U.S. hopes Israel
will eventually agree when it
realizes that "the end result is so
rewarding" for its security.
The Administration indicated
that it does not consider what it
called Israel's 'initial' rejection
of Reagan's proposals as Israel's
final word. "No one expected this
would be an easy road to travel,"
Hughes said. There will have to
be "a lot of hard negotiations."
HUGHES STRESSED that
Secretary of State George Shultz
has ruled out "sanctions" against
Israel such as withholding mili-
tary and economic aid. A State
Department official said later
that the U.S. also ruled out sanc-
tions against Israel for contin-
uing to build Jewish settlements
on the West Bank, despite Rea-
gan's statement that they were
not helpful to the peace process.
The official said that in both
cases, sanctions would do no
good because they would not
achieve the desired results.
Hughes said the U.S. wants
the autonomy negotiations to re-
sume as quickly as possible. He
said at the same time the Admin-
istration felt it needed the "injec-
tion of new elements," one of
which was the President's peace
initiative.
But he emphasized that there
should be no direct link between
the autonomy talks and events in
Lebanon. He also called for a
speedy Israeli withdrawal from
Lebanon regardless of whether
the two countries agree to sign a
peace treaty.
"WE SUPPORT the return to
civilian government in Lebanon
and the withdrawal of Israeli,
Syrian and Palestine Liberation
Organization forces as speedily
as possible," the State Depart-
ment spokesman said. He said
the U.S. also favored a peace
treaty between Israel and Leb-
anon, "a real peace treaty nego-
tiated by governments that are
happy with the negotiations,''
but this should not be related to
the withdrawal of Israeli forces.
At the same time, Hughes
said, the U.S. believes that there
is "room for discussion" about
the security arrangements for Is-
rael in southern Lebanon. He said
that whether this would involve
Maj. Saad Haddad's militia
would have to be worked out with
the Lebanese government.
Hughes said the U.S. "de-
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need for "reconciliation" in Leb-
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With Cold Contempt"
Begin Rejects Fez Calls Arab Plan 'Renewed Declaration of War'
[With 'cold contempt,"
Tael rejected the Arab
jmit Mideast plan pub-
fehed in Fez, Morocco.
oreign Minister Yitzhak
hamir denounced it as "a
newed declaration of war
Israel." A Foreign
Finistry statement, issued
Lre Friday, said "Israel
ftegorically rejects" the
oposals and characterized
lem as "worse than the
jhd plan which has been
Ijected by Israel in the
St."
That plan, presented in
igust. 1981 by Crown Prince
.id now King Fahd of
udi Arabia, called for Arabs to
ept "the right of states in the
Igion to live in peace." The U.S.
iw it at the time as an oblique
t implicit recognition of Israel.
THE ARAB summit at Fez,
tended by the heads of the 19
b League member-states and
estine Liberation Organiza-
n chief Yasir Arafat, called for
he establishment of an inde-
ndent Palestinian state" on the
est Bank and Gaza Strip "with
Qods (Jerusalem) as its
pital." It also proposed United
tions Security Council
uarantees" of "peace among
states of the region including
independent Palestinian
te."
The Fez plan demanded Is-
el's withdrawal from all occu-
d Arab territory, including
st Jerusalem, in effect a return
its pre-1967 borders, and the
smantling of Israeli settle-
nis in those territories. Fez
o affirmed the "inalienable na-
nal rights' of the Palestinian
ople "under the leadership of
i PLO, its sole and legitimate
presentative."
According to the Israeli For-
n Ministry, the Fez proposals
htained nothing substantially
or different from the "tradi-
ng Arab stance." They were
orse than the Fahd plan" De-
mise they specifically called for a
lestinian state "which consti-
jtes a danger to Israel's exis-
nce and underlines the aim of
plan's authors: to bring
out the liquidation of Israel in
Bges, ihe Foreign Ministry
kid.
I IN WASHINGTON. Secretary
I .State George Shultz said Is-
lel s rejection of President Rea-
lm peace initiative and the
Variance" with the President's
an by the Arab League summit
monstrates the need for nego-
ptions to achieve peace in the
fiddle Hast. He told the Senate
preign Relations Committee
pay that the President
Muds firmly behind his pro-
Isals.'
IShulU observed that "The
actions of the Israeli govern-
W and of the Arab League are
P and graphic evidence that
f P08iUons of both sides must
negotiated if we are to bring
inuine peace to this troubled
p- He said he would have to
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According to Shultz, there was
some indication that the Arab
League gave "implicit" recogni-
tion to Israel as, he said, the
Fahd plan had done. If this was
true, it was a positive step, Shultz
said.
HE STRESSED that what
was important was, "wiU some-
one show up at the negotiating
table?" The President's aim is to
"broaden" participation in the
Camp David process. "If another
Arab country will come to the
bargaining table, then the pos-
sibility of peace takes fresh
reality," the Secretary of State
declared.
A Likud member of the Israeli
Cabinet, Minister-Without-Port-
folio Yitzhak Modai, said in Lon-
don that the Arab states need not
have convened in Fez if the only
outcome was to agree on a Pales-
tinian state headed by the PLO
and involving the redivision of
Jerusalem.
While agreeing that an Arab
statement finally recognizing Is-
rael would be "of great impor-
tance," Modai said that if such a
statement required Israel's ac-
ceptance of a Palestinian state
headed by the PLO and division
of Jerusalem, Israel would
"waive the two."
IN PARIS, French officials
warmly welcomed the Fez formu-
lations, saying they concurred
with France's own position. They
interpreted the Arab summit
communique as an implicit
recognition of Israel's existence,
lifting one of the last stumbling
blocks on the way to a compre-
hensive resolution of the Middle
East conflict.
The officials said the American
plan, as outlined by Reagan Sept.
1 and the Fez decisions would
play a central role in President
Francois Mitterrand's discus-
sions with President Hosni Mu-
barak of Egypt.
Mubarak told reporters in
Paris, after meeting Mitterrand
Saturday, that "My personal
point of view is that Fez has set
very good goals for solving the
problem of the Middle East
mostly the resolutions which
have been adopted by the inter-
national organizations." He
added. "But Fez lacks the
mechanism of how to achieve its
goals."
The Egyptian President ex-
plained that the question now
was, "Who is going to execute aU
the goals set in Fez and how? All
that is mentioned in the Fez
statement is what every Arab
wants to achieve. The point is
how? So I think you could ask the
Arab summit what mechanism
and how it will work. It is not my
business." Egypt, ousted from
the Arab League because of its
peace treaty with Israel, was not
represented at Fez.
Another reaction to the Fez
communique came from Foreign
Minister Fuad Butros of Lebanon
who said in Beirut yesterday that
his government was disappointed
by the failure of the Arab League
summit to endorse in full a Leba-
nese government working paper
for the withdrawal of all foreign
forces from Lebanese territory.
While the Fez communique
ended the five-year mandate of
Syria to police Lebanon with its
forces and proposed that Beirut
and Damascus negotiate the
withdrawal of the Syrian army,
the Arab League leaders did not
mention the continued presence
of armed Palestinians in Leba-
non.
AT THE Senate Foreign Rela-
tions Committee hearing in
Washington, Sen. Rudy Bosch-
witz (R., Minn.) said he found the
Fez communique "negative."
This report was filed with JTA
by David Landau, Jerusalem;
David Friedman, Washington;
and Maurice Samuelson, London.
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A 450-ft. long PLO bunker built into the mountainside be-
tween Sidon and Tyre is discovered to hold 150 tons of Pale-
stinian ammunition. Boxes shipped from the USSR, China and
Korea were labeled 'Chemicals and Farm Machinery Parts.' The
bunker was an arms supermarket whose contents varied from
hand grenades to cannon shells. It has taken Israel Defense
Forces soldiers two weeks to remove the stocks from the
bunker.
How the Few Jews of Sidon
Fared During Lebanon War
Continued from Pane 4-A
running the family orchards and
estates, he told us.
IT HAD been a family that
lived in Lebanon for three centur-
ies. They have been able to buy
kosher meat, hold services and to
observe Jewish holidays un-
molested.
Thteir Palestinian and Leban-
ese neighbors showed no dis-
crimination, even when IDF at-
tacks occurred. On entry of the
PLO, one neighbor adopted one
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of the Halevi daughters, another
took a second daughter to the
mountain region for safety along
with their own women, having
heard of the dangers they might
face.
Kena and Yaffa Halevi, two
sisters married to two brothers
now deceased, visited the grave-
sides of their husbands for the
first time in years. They were
accompanied by Israeli soldiers, a
memorable event, they said,
marking freedom from fear of in-
vaders. Lebanon had been their
. home.
They hoped they could now
visit relatives in Israel with
whom they had lost contact
through the years that this coun-
try was out of bounds to Israeli
visitors, although sometimes
there had been an exchange of
letters.
IT WAS the clue given IDF
Soldiers by a Halevi family
member in Ktar Ata. outside ot
Haifa, that had led the soldiers to
their kin in Sidon.
"We will now have a reunited
family with all Israel." they said
in fluent Hebrew. Their children
study Hebrew and have kept
alive the flame of Judaism.
But Rena and Yaffa Halevi
were not the only Jewish women
who came forward when the IDF
entered Lebanon.
At a check point in Beirut, we
met several Jews who owned
homes in Israel.
In a Palestine refugee camp,
Tova Naket El Kaan, a 65-year-
old grandmother married to an
Sidon is Lebanon's second
largest city, its population
of over 180,000 made up
mostly of Sunni Moslems.
When the Israeli Defense
Forces routed the terror-
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for Galilee,' two Jewish
families were found living
there.
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Friday, September 17,1982. The Jewish Floridian Page 21-A
By DVORA WAYSMAN
PLEASE GIVE ME PERMIT I must go
w Israel to see my son in the hospital." The
woman in the blue dress with the anxious eyes
was not addressing me in the crowded public
square at Tyre. She was plucking at the sleeve of
the IDF spokesman who was explaining to me the
local situation they'd already had water for
two weeks, and the electricity was turned on,
(acts and figures that seemed unimportant mea-
sured against the urgency of the woman's plea.
Wearily, he told her that it was not his function
and pointed out where to wait where he'd al-
ready directed scores of other people anxious
either to travel to Israel or to rejoin relatives up
north in Beirut. Most of them stood patiently
alongside a truck piled with blankets that would
later be distributed to those who needed them.
Later. I went over to her. "Can you help me get
a permit?" she asked, clutching at straws. Amira
would have been an attractive woman under dif-
ferent circumstances. She was about 40, well-
dressed, with a gold cross around her neck. But
the worry lines around her eyes and mouth were
already etched deeply.
LIKE MANY OTHERS from southern Leba-
non, now that the PLO had been routed, she had
returned to her home in Tyre from Beirut, where
I she'd fled with her son. But he'd been caught in
the crossfire a week ago and flown by helicopter
i to a hospital in Nahariya. "It is good to come,"
I she told me. "My house is fine not even a
broken window, and it is wonderful to know that I
am safe from 'them.' But I can't start my life
again properly until my son is better and can live
with me. I want to go to visit him."
Tyre is a picturesque town and despite the
bomb damage, the profile and skyline remain. We
drove there from Naqoura, where the UNIFIL
forces have their headquarters not far from our
border it's a Western-style shanty town, like
I something from an old cowboy movie. It even has
[a Silver Coast restaurant, clothing store, a barber
shop and "coiffure de dames" for the Swedish
I nurses at SWEDMEDCO opposite.
But Tyre, 20 kms. from the border, is a real
town. The shopping center was doing a brisk
I trade on this Sunday morning, particularly
| "Patisserie Arabe" a giant cake shop with the
kind of mouth-watering confections that I 've only
seen in Groppi's coffee-house in Cairo. A 10-tier
| wedding cake dominated the window.
THE PROPRIETOR, Mr. Ramlawi, was doing
business as usual, despite the war business
better than usual, one of .my companions re-
marked cynically. Whether he was happy that Is-
rael had cleared the PLO out of Tyre or was just
benefitting from the influx of soldiers and
journalists in the town, Mr. Ramlawi did seem
very cheerful indeed. He even had the word
Open'' lettered in Hebrew on his door (in fact
there were many shops with Hebrew signs, some
I even offering special discounts for soldiers).
"You are welcome in this country," he informed
| me. noticing my IDF Liaison Officer waiting
nearby. "When the terrorists were here, they
would come in the shop ten at a time taking
whatever they wanted. Food, money, drinks. It is
.good that you got them out." It is thought that
there are still many PLO terrorists in Tyre, but
we were told that the townspeople regularly in-
form on them, either to the IDF or to their local
Bishop. Some 90 were turned in the week before
I our visit.
lyre has a romantic location, situated round a
liny bay with a marina for boats. Several fisher-
men were wading in the water, patiently waiting
I for a bite. The skyline of minarets, spires and
I domes reminded me of Akko (Acre).
JUST OUTSIDE TYRE, we visited the ar-
chaeological site of a Roman stadium from 13
L-fc n The third '"i8"* m the world, it is beau-
,,'ly.Preserved. The enormous hippodrome was
"ft 'r chariot races and gladiatorial combat.
ehind the rows of seats were cleverly concealed
ms built by PLO terrorists, the crude cinder-
,u\ and freshly daubed cement contrasting
"tn the massive stones of olden days.
It was from this site that rockets were launched
Nahariya. Israel knew this, but did not bomb it
order to preserve the magnificent ruins. We
OKed in the dark bunkers, now filled with the
s'y remnants of war: spent shells, tin helmets,
rrorist literature. There was a rancid stench of
cay- It seemed almost sacrilegious to use this
^onderrul relic of the past to attack innocent peo-
ple in the present.
When we came out again into sunshine, there
*t *". elder,y man with a cane and a smart straw
Wi; who seemed anxious to show us around. He
f~. strange kind of English, very old-
wnioned. He was neither friendly or unfriendly.
ie motioned us to follow him, and I had to trot to
Eni? T Wlth hha- AU the time was ivine a
th "l00010^ about the amphitheater. "See
these flat stones they were alters. Human
acntice." I would nod and try to interrupt with
"!, ons Jf m.v own, but about today, not the
past.
THESE HE would ignore, pretending not to
Jnderstend. "Here you see three layers of
Icivilization -under-*hie Roman road you canaee
Israeli tank enters Tyre early in war.
the Greek and this is Byzantine.
"I just wanted to ask you ..."
"Here is an aqueduct," he would interrupt me.
" It carried water out five miles ."
"The bunkers. Mr. Zyklowi, did you know
about the bunkers?"
"I am guide," he said after a pause. "I work
here." He would say nothing more. He waited ex-
pectantly. We gave him a tip.
It was almost a holiday scene when we crossed
the Litani River. The banana plantations looked
splendid in the hot sun. Soldiers in bathing suits
did their washing in the river, with towels and un-
derwear strung up to dry. Every building we
passed seemed to be flying a flag. Over some flut-
tered the Lebanese flag two red stripes, a white
central one with a kind of stylized fir tree in the
center. A few houses had the Phalange flag, but
most to be safe flew a large white flag of
surrender. I thought that if I'd been living
through an eight-year war, I'd probably fly a
white flag too.
ON THE ROAD to Sidon, the scenery con-
tinued to be beautiful, sparkling sea striped in
bands from light aqua to deep indigo; and the
green of figs, grapevines and lemon orchards.
Sidon reminded me of Haifa. When we reached
Sidon. there was some kind of demonstration by
women they were screaming and some were
crying.
I was told they were the women of Palestinian
prisoners. A soldier fired twice in the air, shock-
ingly close to us, and they dispersed. The whole
incident took half a minute, yet it is hard to forget
for it symbolizes so much of the pain of war.
There was bomb damage, but not a lot from
what I'd seen on TV, I'd expected something
much worse. What had once been an elegant villa
had the roof damaged. It sat at a crazy drunken
angle, ludicrous atop the white facade and fluted
columns in front. Through the open door I could
glimpse very high ceilings, crystal chandeliers,
velvet drapes and a parquet floor. A young man
came out.
"You can't go up," he said to our photo-
grapher, who wanted permission to shoot scenes
of the city from the top floor. "It's locked. I don't
have a key," he repeated several times. When I
asked him if he were glad that Israel had come to
his country, his face became guarded. "You do
good job," he finally acknowledged. "PLO bad
people get them out. But then you must go too.
PLO, Syrians, Israelis you must all go home."
IN THE CENTER of town there were again the
strong contrasts I 'd come to associate with Leba-
non. Silhouetted against the rubble and hulks of
unfinished buildings, was a ferris wheel. There
was no music or laughing children and I thought
it looked almost obscene,- like a clump of delicate
pink hydrangeas I'saw growing next to a pile of
rotting garbage. Life seemed unexpectedly care-
free in the town people shopping, coming home
from church, licking ice-cream, enjoying their
Sunday.
A woman was directing a group of children
sweeping the street in front of a slightdamadged
building. She was blonde and looked American. I
went to taUt to her, but she shook her head, she
only spoke Arabic. Suddenly I was surrounded by
children, all wanting to be photographed with me.
They laughed and chattered like happy children
anywhere. The decision to clean up the the streets
had been made by the Israeli officer in charge.
After the photos, a fat boy in a red T-shirt de-
tached himself from the group and came after me.
He said his name was Honni, and he was 13. He
learns English at the National Evangelical
School. "Maybe jojuhfllp find .my- .uacla^l b*~
"" pleaded. "His name is Your soldiers took him
away to Palestine a month ago. He do nothing
he own two shops here. He was in Libya long
time, but not train to be soldier. He work there
for Italian company," he added. The children
were still smiling and waving as we drove off.
JUST BEFORE BEIRUT, where we were
turned back, the sounds of battle grew frighten-
ingly loud and 155 mm cannons were firing over
our heads. We headed for the mountains. En
route, we stopped for refreshments at a res-
taurant on the beachfront with the unlikely name,
Sands Rock Beach. It was unbelievable that the
war was just a few kilometers away. People sat on
the terrace eating grilled chicken and chips, sip-
ping cans of 7Up. Pretty girls in bikinis showed
off their suntans, and below the swimming pools
and the beach were crowded with Sunday plea-
sure-seekers.
We were waited on by the proprietor's son,
Pierre Azzi, a young man in a 10-gallon hat. He
was home on holiday from San Antonio Univer-
sity in Texas, where he is studying hotel manage-
ment. Despite the crowds waiting to be served, he
was happy to chat. "You know, I was nearly
killed by the PLO twice," he informed me.
"Once they beat me until my father gave them
a lot of money to stop. Another time they came to
rob us I got out the window and hid until they
were gone. Now they've left this town, thanks to
Israel, and we can get on with our lives." One re-
cords all these stories without any possibility of
verifying or disproving them. Only when it is a
Christian speaking, the impression is of complete
sincerity.
IT WAS HERE we tried to find a word to des-
cribe the Lebanese people who were swimming,
eating and enjoying themselves, seemingly com-
pletely indifferent to the battle sounds from Bei-
rut. We began with "placid," moving on the "cal-
loused," "impervious," "resigned" and "uncom-
mitted." None of them seemed to convey just the
right shade of meaning. Maybe "fatalistic?"
One of our last stops was at Jezin, a beautiful
Christian village high up in the mountains. It was
an unbelievable scene considering where we were
a peaceful Sunday afternoon promenade. There
were no signs of the war at all no bomb dam-
age, nothing to convey that you weren't holiday-
ing in the Swiss alps. Girls walked in pairs, their
fingers linked, in high-heeled sandals, lots of
jewellery and make-up.
One pretty girl wore a T-shirt that proclaimed
in silver, blue and pink: "Sweet things remind me
of you." The only incident that brought us back
to reality was when the four of us, my three male
companions and I, went into a coffee house, where
men were playing backgammon and cards. The
sudden cessation of activity and uncomfortable
glances made us realize our faux pas. In Lebanon,
this kind of coffee house was for men the
women were home with the children or talking to
their women friends. The waiter served us with
averted face. A man at the next table, smoking a
nagila water pipe, talked to my companions, not
tome.
DARKNESS BEGAN to fall when we were on
the road to Nabatiye a terrible road fit only for
donkeys. (The Lebanese are not accustomed to
paying taxes, and the roads show it). The sun sat
low in the sky, an orange disc with drifts of blue
cloud floating across it. The light became pink,
blue and finally black. We drove back fast, trying
to reach the border before the curfew. We didn't
make it and were stopped angrily at various
checkpoints, where soldiers of different al-
legiances shouted at us.
Eventually we crossed the Israeli border and
began the long drive back to Jerusalem, through
the silent night where the only sounds I heard
. were tht voices from LebanofH"fc!pT8Kl!Hfc''^fTe'If
words in my ears like the rerun of an old movie.
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Senate Resolution Urges


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Recognition of Magen David Adom
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WASHINGTON The
U.S. Senate, on voice vote,
has passed a resolution in-
troduced by Sen. Paula
Hawkins of Florida calling
for international recogni-
tion of the Magen David
Adorn, the Israeli equival-
ent of the American Red
Cross.
"This is an extremely import-
ant issue, and I'm very pleased
with the Senate's action,"
Senator Hawkins said. "I am
hopeful this resolution express-
ing the intent of the United
Stales Senate will encourage the
International Committee of the
Red Cross and the League of Red
Cross Societies to recognize the
Red Shield of David as an official
Red Cross emblem."
SEN. HAWKINS, co-chair-
Sen. Hawkins
man with Sen. Dodd of the
United States Committee to
secure recognition of the Red
Shield of David, said recognition
of the Magen David Adom
emblem is essential to protect
members of the society during
times of conflict.
"The Magen David Adom
Society of Israel does not desire
recognition because of politicial
considerations but out of a wish
for the means to continue its hu-
manitarian work in times of in-
ternational conflict," she said.
"The Society's dedication to
humanitarian care is exemplary.
I believe it is a tragedythat the
Megen David Adom Society of
Israel does not receive the recog-
nition it deserves for its humani-
tarian efforts. I hope this action
on the part of the Senate helps to
remedy that inequity."
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beliefs but his family as
well?
These are among the questions
posed and answered in a new
pamphlet on conversion to Ju-
daism issued recently by the Un-
ion of American Hebrew Congre-
gations, central body of Reform
Judaism in the United States and
Canada-
WRITTEN BY Rabbi Sanford
Seltzer, director of the UAHC's
Task Force on Reform Jewish
Outreach, the 10-page pamphlet
is a product of the historic "Out-
reach program approved by the
UAHC at its 56th biennial as-
sembly in Boston last December.
At that time, the UAHC's pol-
icy-making body voted to launch
a nationwide campaign aimed at
"spreading the message of Jud-
Nazi Still
In Jail
By BEN KAYFETZ
TORONTO (JTAI More
than six weeks after being grant-
ed bail, a suspected Nazi war
criminal is still in jail, not be-
cause he can't afford the SI50,000
bail, but because he is afraid to
leave, according to his attorney.
Helmut Albert Rauca, 73, was
arrested June 17 in Toronto at
the request of the West German
government. He has been
charged by West Germany as
having participated in the
murder of 10.000 Jews in the
Kovno ghetto during World War
11. Four days after Rauca was
arrested, he was granted bail and
an extradition hearing was set for
Sept- 20.
RAUCA S DEFENSE attor
ney. William Parker, said his
client could, have left jail and
gone to stay with friends until
the extradition hearing but has
decided not to, for fear of endan-
gering them as well as himself.
Parker said he will try to ob-
tain an adjournment of the ex-
tradition hearing because he
hasn't been given enough time to
prepare his defense against evi-
dence from the West German
Government.
aism" to non-Jewish partners in
mixed marriages, to the children
of such marriages and to "per-
sons of no religious preference."
The move, reversing a 500-
year-old Jewish tradition against
seeking converts, had been urged
by UAHC President Rabbi Alex-
ander M. Schindler. who called
upon Reform congregations to
undertake "affirmative action to
make Judaism available to those
within our midst and to the un-
churched across America.'
Judaism welcomes men and
women who voluntarily become
Jews and considers them full-
fledged members of the Jewish
community, the pamphlet notes.
it cites numerous examples in
both the Bible and rabbinic liter-
ature of individuals who opted for
conversion. Perhaps the most
famous convert in Jewish history
is Ruth, regarded by tradition as
the ancestor of King David, from
whose descendants the messiah
would come.
THE PAMPHLET outlines
the course of study required for
potential converts "Jews by
choice." as they are termed
and cites the ritual requirements
of the respective branches of
Judaism. Persons considering
conversion are expected to un-
dertake a period of formal in-
struction encompassing the
history. theology, rituals,
philosophy and customs of
Judaism as well as the differences
and similarities between Judaism
as well as the differences and
similarities between Judaism and
other religions. The length of the
course depends upon the rabbi or
c nmunity sponsoring the pro-
gram.
After completing this course,
the "Jew by choice" undergoes a
special ritual in which he or she
relinquishes all prior religious
ties and commitments.
The "Jew by choice" then re-
ceives a Hebrew name symboliz-
ing his or her new found faith and
belief. Both Orthodox and Con-
servative rabbis require immer-
sion for men and women and cir-
cumcision for male converts. Re-
form Judaism considers these ri-
tuals optional ceremonies.
MOST "Jew's by choice," the
pamphlet notes, maintain warm
relationships with their families.
While the decision to convert
may result in hurt feelings and
temporary estrangement from
parents and relatives, this is sel-
dom a permanent condition.
However, it is recommended that
one carefully evaluate the impact
of conversion upon loved ones be-
fore deciding to become a Jew.
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Empire State Forbids Buying Stolen Torahs
YEw YORK-(JTA)-
e first state law to
|tect Jews from unknow-
hy buying stolen Torah
oils has been signed for
York by Gov. Hugh
ey to take effect Sept, 1,
jwrence Tisch, president
(the Jewish Community
lations Council of New
{k, which sponsored the
Jasure.said.
Isch, who reported that more
1150 scrolls have been stolen
cent years in New York state
e, said the Torah Dealer's
Jstration bill was introduced
he State Senate by Sen. Nor-
|Levy (R-C, Merrick) and in
(Assembly bv Assemblyman
don Silver D.. Manhattan).
HE NEW LAW, which adds
Article 39-A to the state's Gen-
eral Business Law, is titled
"Merchants of Torah Scrolls." It
requires a merchant who regular-
ly deals in the sale of scrolls to
provide buyers with a document
which discloses the identity of
the person from whom the mer-
chant bought the scroll, and by
what authority the person is sell-
ing the scroll to the merchant.
The document also must list
any unique characteristics of the 1
scroll which would be useful for
identification purposes. The mer-
chant must maintain for a 10-
year period a chronology of the
copies of the disclosure state-
ments he has issued for scroll
transactions. '
The legislation requires the
conspicuous posting of a notice in
each place of business in New
York State in which a merchant
is regularly engaged in (he sale of
Torah scrolls. The sign is to read:
"Article 39-A of the New York
General Business Law requires
merchants to disclose in writing
certain information concerning
Torah Scrolls. If you are a pro-
spective recipient of a Torah
Scroll from a merchant, that in-
formation must be given to you
in accordance with and under
penalty of that law."
THE GOVERNOR'S office
said the law applies to the sale,
exchange, consignment or dona-
tion of a Torah Scroll and permits
the transferee to rescind the
transaction where the required
information is not provided. The
new measure will be implemented
by the Attorney General's office.
Peggy Tishman, chairperson of
the JCRC Commission on Jewish
Security, hailed the new law as a
much-needed safeguard. She
I praised the work of Marc Stem,
counsel for the American Jewish
Congress, who drafted the
measure, and Dennis Rapps, exe-
cutive director of the National-
Jewish Commission on Law and
Public Affairs who assisted
Stern.
Tishman said the new law was
the product of "a community ef-
fort, in which ail of the1 rabbinic,
synagogue and community
agencies have cooperated."
THE LAW'S protection covers
only transactions in New York
State but could affect scrolls of
dubious ownership coming into
the state from other areas.
To help scribes and other scroll
dealers to comply with the new
law, forms in Yiddish, Hebrew
and English are being prepared
by Stern for distribution by
JCRC.
Norman R. Fishman of Los
Angeles has been named exe-
cutive vice president of the
Israel Tennis Centers As-
sociation. He succeeds Al
Hutler of San Diego, who re-
tired from this position in
July.
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Leaders Offer Rosh Hashanah
Greetings
Federation Points to Heightened Needs
By NORMAN H. LIPOFF
President
And MYRON J. BRODIE
Executive Vice President
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
We enter the New Year 5743
facing some of the greatest chal-
lenges to the Jewish people to
arise in this generation. Our re-
solve to help Jews in need
throughout the world has rarely
been as crucial as it will be during
these next months.
The rise of anti-Semitism in
France, where terrorists remain
at large after murdering civilians
last month; in Greece, where
Jews have become the scapegoats
for everything from economic
woes to forest fires; and in other
nations throughout the world has
created a great deal of concern
about the safety of large Jewish
communities.
Millions of Jews remain the
objects of oppression in the
Soviet Union, Ethiopia, Arab
countries and other lands that
have refused to permit their free
emigration. They live in constant
fear that their religious beliefs
and heritage will make them the
objects of senseless attacks.
Israel faces continued condem-
nation for its campaign of self-de-
fense in Lebanon. The condemna-
tions of the Jewish State's desire
to remain secure, while turning a
blind eye to the PLO's acts and
declarations of violence against
innocent civilians, represent one
of the greatest instances of inter-
national hypocrisy in world
history.
The State of Israel faces the
greatest economic challenge in its
history. The recent crisis in
Israel Bonds Highlights
New Economic Problems
Norman Lipoff
Lebanon cost billions of dollars,
an amount that is proportionally
more than any military operation
since World War II. Now, other
vital services that affect the lives
of thousands of needy Jews in
Israel will feel the brunt of this
fiscal crunch, as the government
tightens its belt and slashes ex-
penditures in an effort to remain
financially solvent.
Meanwhile, social service pro-
grams serving the Greater Miami
Jewish community are plagued
by the continuation of drastic
federal budget cuts. These condi-
tions threaten the quality of
services provided to Jews in all
age categories.
As committed Jews, we are ob-
ligated to act on behalf of our
brothers and sisters who face
Myron J. Brodie
peril and uncertainty. We must
be a force of concern and Involve-
ment that directs the course of
events facing world Jewry. Our
greatest strength evolves from
personal commitment and our
greatest commitment evolves
from personal strength. Each of
us can help shape the future of
the Jewish people by his or her
determination to interact with
world Jewry.
On behalf of the officers, Board
of Directors and staff of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion, we wish you and your family
a year of fulfillment and accomp-
lishment. May we all be inscribed
in the Book of Life and
Prosperity and may this be a year
of satisfaction, security and unity
for the entire Jewish people.
By GARY R. GERSON
General Campaign Chairman
Greater Miami State of
Israel Bonds Organization
Events in Lebanon in the last
year overshadowed all aspects of
like in Israel. Operation Peace for
the Galilee tested the people of
Israel, their resolve and their
readiness to sacrifice for the sake
of Israel's border settlements in
the North.
It also tested our sense of unity
and responsibility, as well as our
will to act and take urgent mea-
sures in support of Israel. Once
again, Israel found itself sur-
rounded by walls of isolation on
the international scene, and once
again the Jewish people were cast
in the role of its only sure and
constant ally.
The Lebanon operation has
exacted a high price in human life
and in material resources. The
drain of economic strength has
created an additional burden on
the people who have been sub-
jected to heavy increases in taxes
to meet the more than $2 billion
cost to date.
In the present situation, a very
crucial factor is the need to main-
tain the stability of the country's
economy and to enable it to over-
come the impact of the Lebanese
action.
In response to Israel's call, the
Greater Miami Israel Bonds Or-
ganization conducted an emer-
gency campaign during the
summer months. Everyone must
rise to the challenge to demon-
strate solidarity and concern for
Gary R. Gerson
Israel's future.
As its economic problems
grow, Israel finds itself increas-
ingly dependent on the Israel
Bond program, which has been
the backbone of the country's de-
velopments budget for the last
three decades.
In the New Year 5743, the real-
ization of Israel's hopes for peace
will require the kind of intensive
economic support which
American Jewry has extended in
the most critical stages of Israel's
history. During the high Holy
Days, our prayers must be ac-
companied by a firm resolve to
stand by Israel's side and by
pledges for the purchase of Israel
Bonds.
esident, Joined by Wife,
Welcomes Observance
Of High Holy Days
Among American Jews
THE WHITE HOUSE
WASHINGTON
Nancy and I welcome the observance of Rosh
Hashanah and Yom Kippur as an opportunity to
3end special greetings to the Jewish people
and to wish you every health and happiness for
the coning year.
According to Jewish legend, "Three books are
opened on Rosh Hashanah: one for the wholly
Righteous, one for the wholly wicked, and one
for the intermediates. The wholly righteous
are at once inscribed and sealed in the Book of
Life; the wholly wicked are at once inscribed
and sealed in the Book of Death; and the inter-
mediates are suspended from Rosh Hashanah to
xom Kippur." However, even the most severe
decree can be averted by repentance, acts of
Kindness and prayer.
As the Jewish New Year commences, Jews throughout
the world will begin a period of introspection
and atonement and a reexamination of their per-
sonal relationship with God. The stirring sound
of the Shofar will echo in prayer services every-
where, calling out to all of the Jewish Faith.
Nancy and I Join with you in the spirit of this
solemn holiday and in your prayers for the New Year.
Our heartfelt wish is that at the conclusion of
tne Days of Atonement, each of you may be inscribed
for a good year in the Book of Life and that we may
work together to build a world of peace for our
children and freedom for all mankind.
From the Rabbinate
So. Florida Clergy Wish Happy New Year
\ \cjwJhdk I By RABBI BARRY
TABACHNIKOFF
President
And RABBI SOLOMON
SCHIFF
Executive Vice President
Greater Miami
Rabbinical Association
It is our privilege, on behalf of
the Rabbinical Association of
Greater Miami, to extend warm-
est wishes to our fellow Jews for
the year 5743. May the new year
bring Israel and mankind closer
to peace by "all His children
uniting in one fellowship to do
His Will with a perfect heart."
As spokesmen for the rab-
binate, the fifth largest Jewish
community in the United States,
we are particularly sensitive to
the deep spiritual scars that need
to be healed on the body organ-
ism of our society, to make our
hopes our aspirations and our
prayers for the New Year more
than poetic expressions.
Above all, the Rabbinical As-
sociation attempts to fulfull its
sacred task by serving as the
religious information and coordi-
nation center of the Jewish com-
munity. In the closest relation-
snip with the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation, and the lead-
ership of the total community,
the Association analyzes and
guides the total development and
growth of its people.
Our rabbinic organization is
comprised of colleagues of all in-
terpretations of American
Judaism and meets on a monthly
basis for a discussion of current
problems. Rabbis represent the
Association in many community
bodies, agencies and institutions,
spanning the spectrum from
Jewish education, Israel, ; >uth,
chaplaincy, through community
relations. Thus, the rabbis have
their continuous input into the
Rabbi Tabachnikoff
shaping of our community pro-
grams and, in turn, are kept in-
formed of the lay points of view
on all issues.
The Rabbinical Association
also sponsors educational pro-
grams through the communica-
tion media. Among those pro-
grams are the "Still Small Voice"
on Channel 7; the "Jewish Wor-
ship Hour" on Channel 10; "In-
terfaith Forum" on Channel 2;
and special educational material
that appears regularly in The
Jewish Floridian. From time to
time special programs are pre-
pared and presented by the Asso-
ciation on other television and
radio stations.
The Community Chaplaincy
Service, sponsored by the
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion in association with the Rab-
binical Association of Greater
Miami, provides visitation and
spiritual counseling to unaffili-
ated Jews in hospitals, nursing
homes, homes for retarded, cor-
RabbiSchifi
rectional and other institutions.
This representative rabbinate
works with all major Jewish or-
ganizations and for important
causes. At the same time, it is in
close contact with the school au-
thorities from elementary to uni-
versity.
The Rabbinical Association
works closely in the area of inter-
faith activities and many projects
in cooperation with the Catholic
Archdiocese of Miami and with
the Metropolitan Fellowship of
Churches, the Ministerial Associ-
ation, the National Conference of
Christians and Jews, the Inter-
faith Commission, the Miami
Citizens Against Crime and other
appropriate organizations.
We hope that in the New Year
we will be able to further extend
and deepen our activities for an
even more committed and more
dynamic Jewish life in our South
Florida community.
"Jewish Hmjdkn
Miami, Florida Friday, September 17,1982
Section 6
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Page 2-B The Jewish Floridian. Friday, September 17,1982
Let's Have a PAC
New Group to Act as Real Israel Lobby
NEW YORK A na-
tionwide effort to raise sub-
stantial sums for the sup-1
port of Congressional can-
didates from both parties in
the 1982 elections who be-
lieve that America's
strategic interests in the
Middle East are best served
by maintaining the nations
traditional commitment to
the security of Israel, was ,
announced here by Marvin
Josephson, treasurer of the
National Political Action I
Committee. I
"It is no secret that continua-
tion at maximum levels of the
United States commitment to Is-
rael's survival is in greater
jeopardy today than at any time
in the past," said Mr. Josephson
in commenting on the timing of
the effort.
"MOBIL OIL has a PAC.
Bechtel has a PAC. Fluor has a
PAC. Boeing and Amoco and
Grumman all have PACs. But
those of us who believe deeply in
this country's long-term stake in
Israel'8 survival have not had a
nationwide PAC. By participat-
ing in the National PAC, those of
us concerned about America's fu-
ture course in the Middle East
can bring our collective influence
to bear most effectively on the
election of candidates to the
House and Senate.
"By giving to the National
PAC, we can stand against the
Petrodollar Lobby in Washing-
ton and its flood of campaign
contributions," he said.
The National PAC (NatPAC
for short) was formed earlier this
year by Josephson. Over
$350,000 has been contributed to
date, with many contributors
making the $5,000 maximum
contribution permitted by the
Federal Election Law. Josephson
heads a company prominent in
the entertainment industry, but
contributors come from many
other industries and professions
as well.
SOME OF the well-known
names among the founding mem-
bers of NatPAC are:
MorrU Abrim, Woody Allen. Ted
Ashley, George Barrle, Jeff Berg, Ivan
Boeaky, Robert Chartoff, Marshall
Cogan, Sidney Conn. Dr. Jerome Coles.
Leonard Davis, Ctpa and Misha
Dlchter. Barry DUler. Joseph Flom,
David Geffen. David Gerber. Arnold
Glimcher. Rita Hauser, Arthur Hlller,
Stanley Hlrsh. Bob Hope. Lawrence
Hughes. Dr. David Hyatt.
Stanley Jaffe. Jack Josephson. Stan
Kamen. Robert Keeahan, Rabbi Wolfe
Kelman. George Klein. Michael Korda,
Lester Korn, Sherry Lansing. Ralph
Lauren. Dr. David Lleber. Martin
Upton. Ralph Mann. Ted Mann, Reuben
and Rose Mattua. Zubln Mehta, Sue
Mengers, James Nederlander.
Martin Peretz. Itahak Perlman.
Roberta Peters. Bruce Ramer. Simon
Rifklnd. John Rosenwald, Rabbi Alex-
ander Schlndler, Marvin Sears. Martin
Segal, Monty Shapiro. Sidney Sheldon,
Herbert Slegel. Melvln Simon, Marvin
Sloves, Joseph Smith, Richard Smith,
Richard Snyder, Aaron Spelling, Carl
Spellvogel. Dennis Stanflll. Laurence
Ttsch, John Tuimey. Irwln Wlnkler,
James Wolfensohn. Rabbi Walter Wura-
burger, F.ugenla and Plnchaa Zuker-
man.
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nificant amounts of the seed
money raised privately on adver-
tising and direct mail in an effort
to recruit large numbers of con-
tributors among those who have
not been politically active before.
"What many people do not
realize is that charitable or-
ganizations like the UJA, B'nai
B'rith Anti-Defamation League,
and the American Jewish Com-
mittee cannot make contribu-
tions to political candidates. The
American-Israel Public Affairs
Committee (AIPACI is not a pol-
iticial action committee and does
not make contributions to poli-
tical candidates.
"These are all wonderful or-
ganizations doing great work,
but if you want to impact directly
on the political process, you
should also contribute to an or-
ganization like NatPAC which
will contribute funds directly to
political candidates from both
parties who share our views,"
said Josephson.
HE CONTINUED: "another
factor that many people do not
think about is the ability to have
an impact on Senate and House
races in all 50 states. You can
only vote in one Congressional
district, but through a PAC like
NatPAC you can contribute to
races throughout the country.
The Congressman or Congress-
woman from Idaho has the same
vote as the Congressman or Con-
gresswoman from New York.
PACs can make contributions
of $5,000 per election per candi-
date, and NatPAC hopes to raise
enough money to be active in all
appropriate campaigns for the 33
Senate and 435 House races at
stake this year.
Contributions will be voted on
by a committee of five members
charied by Josephson. The other
four members are Barry Oilier,
chairman of Paramount Pictures;
Rita Hauser, prominent attor-
ney; Martin Peretz, editor-in-
chief of the New Republic; and
James Wolfensohn, investment
banker and financier. Josephson
is chairman of Josephson Inter-
national Inc., which engages in
the talent agency, radio station
and office design and furnishings
businesses.
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57th Street. New York, 10019.
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pulpit Message
Watching the Sunset in Golden Jerusalem
By RABBI
JEFFREY K. SALKIN
Temple Israel of
Greater Miami
iere is perhaps no better de-
lstration of divine artistry
I a sunset in Jerusalem. The
fis painted in hues of orange
I purple, and when it reflects
the white Jerusalem stone
1 which the Holy City is con-
tted. the buildings take on a
glow. It is an experience
nature that is utterly
lueinthis world.
*ie Erev Shahbat in June, as I
| walking through the streets
rusalem at dusk, I encoun-
J an elderly woman standing
i hill and staring at the sun-
,1 stood next to her for a few
tents, and together we ad-
Id the spectacle in the
lens. Finally, she turned to
knd said these words The
majority of people will not see
this." Slowly, she turned and de-
parted.
THE WOMAN was right. The
majority of people in this world
don't really see sunsets. We may
see them with our eyes, but do we
really stop to see them with our
hearts? Rare in our time are
people like the revelers in Key
West who applaud the sunset
every evening. That applause is
nothing less than a prayer trans-
formed.
The traditional Jew, upon see-
ing a sunset, lightning, comets,
deserts, or rivers intones the fol-
lowing blessing: "Blessed are
You, Lord our God, who rules the
universe and provides us with
moments reminiscent of crea-
tion."
The applause in Mallory
Square and the prayer of the
pious Jew both speak to the same
! reality that nothing in this
Mikva Campaign Opens
On 'Shabbos Shuva'
abbos Shuva, Saturday,
25, has been designated as
ff date for an intensive
aign to raise the communi-
^wareness of the importance
vish family purity and Mik-
.itualarium). announced Dr.
Sternberg, president of
as Blima, Inc.
campaign will emphasize
nportance of the Mikvas
project in the North Dade
nunii-.. to be constructed in
tar future at 1054 NE 185th
Miami Reach, recently
I for this purpose.
)bi Zev Leff, chairman of
bbink- Committee, ex-
that "Jewish family
is a foundation of
Ism, and the Mikva is an in-
stitution that must exist in every
Jewish community. Its construc-
tion is given the highest priority
in communal endeavors."
On Shabbos Shuva all the
rabbis of North Dade and South
Broward congregations will de-
vote their sermons to emphasiz-
ing the importance of this pro-
ject.
Following this Sabbath, an in-
tensive fund-raising campaign
will be-undertaken to raise the
$100,000 necessary to complete
the project.
The projected date of comple-
tion is April, 1983. In change of
further information, is Dr.
Joshua Sternberg, Mikvas
Blima, 1054 NE 185th St., N.
Miami Beach.
world can be diovorced from its
linkage with the spirit.
ON ROSH Hashana morning,
we read one of the most famous
chapters in the Bible: Genesis 22,
the binding of Isaac. Scripture
records that Abraham, Isaac, and
the two servants traveled for
three days until they arrived at
the place that God had appointed
for Israel's sacrifice. "On the
third day, Abraham lifted up his
eyes and saw the place from afar"
(Gen. 22:4).
Yet, how did he know that this
was to be the place? The midrash
teaches us that God caused a
cloud to descend upon Mount
Moriah. Abraham eagerly asked
his servants if they saw the
cloud. When they admitted that
they were unable to see it, Abra-
ham admonished, "Stay here
with the ass. ." for he doesn't
see it either!
In our lives, there are numer-
ous moments that are God-filled.
We need only to "lift up our
eyes" to see them. One of the
most painful truths about our
generation is that we have be-
come so thoroughly secularized
that we have bleached the holy
out of almost everything. The
brit milah is frequently done in
the hospital by a competent sur-
geon, with little memory of the
covenant that it celebrates. Many
people endure the Bar or Bat
Mitzvah service as a grudging
preliminary to the festivities. The
Pesach Seder becomes just
another joyous meal, on the same
order as Thanksgiving. Our lives
are not illumined by faith, and we
are the emptier because of it.
ROSH HASANAH calls upon
us to celebrate yom harat olam
the birthday of the world. Once
again, we celebrate God's corona-
tion as King. We affirm the pres-
ence of the King in our lives. We
realign ourselves to His purpose.
In fact, that is the true meaning
of "religion" to become re-
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we wait for the sunset or a rain-
bow. We have the ability to fino
God in the easiest places: in our
synagogues, in our homes, in our
relationships with each other, in
our sacred quest to accomplish
the monumental task of tikkun
olam, the restoration of the
world, the perfection of our
ideals.
That must truly be our task in
this New Year of 5743. May
yours be filled with love and
blessing.
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i a^c.,-1) i ne Jewish t- loridian. Friday, September 17, 1982
Philanthropy Award Winner Receives Bonds Chairmanship
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David Schaecter, president of
DNS Industries, Ltd. and a
Miami businessman, has been
named chairman of the New Life
Dinner to be held Oct. 14 by the
Greater Miami State of Israel
Bonds Organization. The an-
nouncement was made by Gary
R. Gerson, general chairman of
the Israel Bonds Organization.
The New Life Dinner is held
annually and honors Holocaust
Community Chaplaincy Caters
To Special People in the City
The Greater Miami Jewisl
Federation's' Community
Chaplaincy Service will conduct
High Holy Day Services in more
than 30 institutions in the
Greater Miami area this year.
According to Benjamin
Hoi wi nick, chairman of the
Chaplaincy Advisory Committee,
"the Community Chaplaincy
Service serves the spiritual needs
of some 10,000 persons each year
who are unaffiliated with a
synagogue and who are confined
to hospitals, nursing homes, cor-
rectional institutions, or homes
for the retarded."
Since its creation, the Com-
munity Chaplaincy Service,
which is sponsored by Federation
in association with the Rab-
binical Association of Greater
Miami, has sought to create an
atmosphere of tzedakuh of
caring on a community wide
basis. Through the program, cha-
plains offer pastoral care, coun-
seling, friendly visits, and
religious materials to those in
need.
In addition to serving the
religious needs of institution-
alized Jews, the Community
Chaplaincy Service "also serves
as a referral agency for other
Federation services as well as
social welfare agencies of the
state and county," said Rabbi
Solomon Schiff, Community
Chaplaincy Service director.
Assisting Rabbi Schiff in the
Chaplaincy Services are Rabbis
Maxwell Berger, Ralph Carmi,
Joseph A. Gorfinkel, Warren
Kasztl, and Allan Mirvis.
Mr. Botwinick also announced
that the Chaplaincy is in the pro-
cess of forming a volunteer serv-
ice program for nursing homes,
chaired by Harold Wishna, Exec-
utive Director, Southeast Region
United Synagogue of America.
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survivors who have made a new
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volunteer services, the arts and
education. Schaecter is a former
award winner.
A community-wide search has
been conducted for New Life
Award nominees, with Rabbi
Mayer Abramowitz heading an
awards committee to make the
final determination of the win-
ners.
Schaecter is a native of
Czechoslovakia who rame to the
United States in 1949. He at-
tended Colorado University and
UCLA.
A manufacturer and importer,
he has been actively involved in
campaigning for the United Jew-
ish Appeal, Israel Bonds Or-
ganization and has been chair-
man of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation's Chaplaincy Service.
He served on the Federation's
board of directors and is a mem-
ber of the Pacesetters Division.
He is a member of Beth David
Congregation.
Mizrachi Women
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American Mizrachi Women will
meet. Wednesday, Sept. 22,
12:30 p.m. at the Forte Towers
Social Hall, according to Elsa
Zigler. president.
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Temple Israel Honors Miami
AJCongress 30th Anniversary
Friday, September 17,1982. The Jewish Floridian Page5B
iTemple Israel
nj will honor
lapter
bpter:
of Greater
the American
Committee's Miami
on the occasion of the
: 30th anniversary. The
* will take place on Friday
nine Sept. 24 Shabbat
va. the Shabbat of Return.
membership dinner will
ide the services. AJC's
itheast regional director,
jiam A. Gralnick, will speak
n the pulpit. On "If This is
Golden Age. How Will We
ivelt?"
making the announcement,
iple Israel president, Burton
n. said, "It is fitting that we
'emple Israel pay special tri-
to Miami's AJC a group
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play a vital role in our communi-
ty. It was, after all, Temple Israel
that give birth to AJC here.
Many of our leaders were in-
volved in its founding.
"Chief among them is David
Fleeman, a past president of both
groups and National Board of
Governors member of the
American Jewish Committee.
Burton (B.B.) and Grace Gold-
stein, Robert and Brenda
Shapiro, and many others have
linked the growth of our two or-
ganizations."
Temple Israel's Senior Rabbi
Haskell M. Bemat said, "This
evening also pays honor to the
wisdom of my predecessor, the
late Dr. Joseph Narot." Bernat
explained that "Dr. Narot, also a
founder and local board member
of AJC, saw in that organization
an important blend of Jewish
ethics and Jewish consciousness.
He felt it would bring to Miami a
tradition of concern for Jewish
welfare in the context of ethical
concern for Miami as a whole.
"The founding of the Dade
County Community Relations
Board, AJC's contacts in the
religious and ethnic communities,
its many conferences ranging
from the Jewish family to police
community relations are things
this community would have been
poorer for had they not been held.
AJC president, Shepard King,
welcomed the special celebration.
Noting that AJC membership
has grown greatly and is now
represented in many congrega-
tions Reform, Conservative
and Orthodox King said, "We
are grateful in acknowledging our
local roots. Shabbat Shuua is the
Sabbath of Return and, in effect,
on this evening the Miami chap-
ter is returning to its roots."
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The Stein Gerontological Institute at Douglas Gardens, a
division of the Miami Jewish Home and Hospital for the Aged,
is offering a series of accredited continuing education programs
designed for nurses interested in the field of geriatrics. The first
seminar of the series, will be held Sept. 16, 8:30 a.m. to 12:30
p.m. at the Miami Jewish Home.
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Page6-B The Jewish Floridian. Friday, September 17,1982
Central Agency Offers Project Home Start
Home Start program designed
for families with young children
ages three to seven to enhance
their participation in the majoi
Jewish festivals of the year is
once again being offered to the
community through the Central
Agency for Jewish Education ol
the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation.
Starting with the late fall,
Jewish homes in Dade and Brow-
ard Counties 'can begin receiving
Home Start, the inter-genera-
tional program aimed at promot-
QTUDI0
ing greater family participation
in Jewish observance.
Subscribing families will be
mailed a series of three packets
about one week apart, including
stories and story-books or re-
corded narrations, handicraft
projects, recipes and cooking
ideas, games, recorded music and {
historical information for the
Chanukah, Purim and Shavuot
holidays.
Different versions of each set
of holiday materials are tailored
to the age of the children pre-
school, three-to-four-year-olds,
and primary grades, five-to-
seven-year-olds. Home Start
workshops, parent demonstra-
tion sessions, will be conducted
before each holiday led by educa-
tional specialists from the Cen-
tral Agency for Jewish Educa-
tion.
Gene Greenzweig, said CAJE
executive director, noted that the
Home Start Program "is J
based on the sound realization
that in Jewish education, and in-
deed in general education, the
support and involvement of the
home is crucial. These materials
offer an opportunity to each
family to enrich the Jewish com-
ponent of their lives in the joyous
celebration of the festivals."
Rabbi Max Shapiro Plans to Re
Rabbi Max Shapiro, spiritual Zionist Organization mT
leader of Beth Kodesh Congrega- Zionists, Zionist Counr'i c
tion will be conducting his last \n\ae of R; xvJS*
series of High Holy Day Services.
November 1982 will mark 50
years since Rabbi Shapiro came
to Miami in November 1932 as he
officially announces his retire-
ment from the Rabbinate at that
time.
He has served as founder of the
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Rabbi Herbert M. Baumgard,
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Am, South Miami, Florida, was
honored at the recent convention
of the Central Conference of
American Rabbis upon the ter-
mination of his term of office as
President of the Rabbinic Alumni
Association of the Hebrew Union
College-Jewish Institute of
Religion. The Conference was
held in New York City at a
special luncheon at the Hyatt
Regency Hotel, Rabbi Baumgard
was presented with an antique
piece of pottery recovered in an
archeological dig at Tel Dan. The
pottery, in perfect condition,
dates to the eighth century BCE.
The Hebrew Union College-Jew-
ish Institute of Religion trains
rabbis and cantors for congrega-:
tions in Reform Judaism as well
as social workers for the Jewish
community, and educators.
Rabbi Baumgard just returned
from New Orleans where as Vice-
President of the Synagogue
Council of America he addressed
the House of Bishops at the Na-
tional Biennial Conference of the
Episcopalian Church.
Claude Brown Joins
Intercontinental Bank
Intercontinental Bank an-
nounces the appointment of
Claude A. Brown as vice presi-
dent and manager of the newly
established South Dade Branch,
13595 South Dixie Highway. Mr.
Brown has been in the banking
field for over 22 years and was
formerly with the Commercial
Bank in Kandall.
Menorah Chapter
Report
Menorah Chapter of Hadassah
will hold its first regular meeting
of the season on Monday, 12:30
p.m., at Temple Israel in Kendall.
Highlights of the Hadassah con-
vention in Jerusalem will be
given by Eve Zinner, president.
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Community Corner
Rabbi Joseph Gorfinkel will conduct High Holy Day Services
on Sept 22 at 1:30 p.m. at St. Francis Hospital.
The Alexander S. Gross Hebrew Academy of Women, will
hold their first monthly meeting on Wednesday, Sept. 22 at 1
m at the Domestic Arts Center, according to Mrs. Hermia
Reinhard, president. Guest speaker will be Rabbi David
Lehrfield.
Carole Meiselman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Barry Meisel-
Miami Beach, has nrolled as a freshman at Northwestern
University for the 1982-83 school year. A graduate of Miami
Reach Seniqr High School, she is a member of the National
Honor Society and Mu Alpha Theta, a national math honor so-
ciety.
"CAN AMERICA SURVIVE A NUCLEAR WAR?" will be
discussed at the next Brotherhood Breakfast Forum at Temple
Beth Am, Sunday morning, Sept. 26,9:30 a.m.
The Miami Beach Power Squadron will offer a basic boating
course and the first class for the 10-week course will be held
Thursday, Oct. 7 at 7:30 p.m., at Lear School.
The Miami Jewish Home and Hospital for the Aged will spon-
sor a two-day seminar "The Changing World of Volunteerism"
on September 29 and 30, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Miami Jewish
Home.
Professional Coin Dealers Association will hold its monthly 2-
day coin show at the National Guard Armory in North Miami on
Saturday and Sunday, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Judge David L. Traak, accompanied by his wife Ada, attend-
ed the Judges conference of the American Bar Association Con-
vention in San Francisco this month.
Artist Barry Massin will present a hand-crafted ark, which is
suppose to resemble the one carried through the wilderness of
Sinai by the Ancient Israelites,to Rabbi Brett S. Goldstein at
the Erev Rosh Hashanah service at Temple Shir Ami.
Friday, September 17,1982. The Jewish Floridian Page7-B
Eruv is Consecrated
Young Israel of Sky Lake
Sunday, dedicated its Eruv, 8
halachically acceptable enclosure,
permitting the carrying of certain
items on the Sabbath.
Rabbi Dov Bidnick presented
awards of appreciation to Vice
President David Weinstein, Gary
Bloom, Mr. and Mrs. Max
Heimowitz, Mel Grabina and
Milton Gleicher for their assis-
tance in the project.
Furniture Refinishing &
Repair By Roland.
Match Colors, Restore Antiques,
Change Colors.
Turnpike Trad* Canter 10701 sw
216 Street 251-8095
May
the year
5743
__bless
you with
health and
happiness.
Gloria Interior Inc.
General Upholstery
Window Shades Vertical Venetian
. Mini-Blinds Draperies
924 E. 25th St., Hialeah-836-8689
nmrrvrnwnrrm iiiiiO
Israel Consul General for the
State of Florida Joel Arnon
will be featured speaker at a
chapter membership dinner
Sept. 29 at the Grove Isle
Chib in Coconut Grove, ac-
cording to Gerald Engel,
president of the Greater
Miami Chapter, American
Techion Society.
TV Molly Turner jj
At ORT Meeting
Consumer issues will be dis-
cussed by Molly Turner, anchor-
woman, Channel 10, at the South
Dade Chapter Women's Ameri-
can ORT at their Membership
Luncheon, on Tuesday, Sept. 28,
11 a.m., at the Sovereigns Club-
house. South Dade Chapter holds
their regular meetings on the
fourth Tuesday of each month at
the Kendale Acres Clubhouse.
Jemaco
Distributors
Inc.
9(e vxtvnd koUday jf*ee&ng*
to you and'y<*H family. .
Mr. Jerry Joest
2800 SW 2nd Avenue
Fort Lauderdale 33315
525-3624
:
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AMERICAN
SAVINGS
AND lOAN ASSOCIATION OF FIOKIDA
v-*--
Shepard Broad
Chairman
Morris N. Broad
President
SERVING SOUTH FLORIDA SINCE 5711


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"Pride
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GRADE "A"FROZEN
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FLA. OR SHIPPEO PREMIUM FRESH
Tuikey gg Fryer Leg
Drumsticks Quartets
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Taste the difference that quality makes
Fresh
Fruits and
Vegetables
PICK FROM OUR LOOSE DISPLAYS.
BUY ONLY WHAT YOU NEED!
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Ripe Tomatoes
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Barttett Pears ...AS .99 10
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Phuspplss......ea 1.89 10 "
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MEATS
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Cube Steak 82.89 10
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PANTRY PPJOE (BEEF WITH SOY PROTEIN ADOEDI
Great Ground.. .99 30
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AVAILABLE AT STORES
WITH SERVICE COUNTERS
BUY I.OET I FREE-NATURALLY FRESH BLUE CHEESE
2 E 2.09
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oil
PANTPY
Spit
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Steak
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12-OZ.
CUP
(SAVE 161)
69*
PHILADELPHIA
SAVE
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Plain
Yogurt
32-OZ
CUP
.V& .89 .10
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2 5c-^I .89 10
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(SAVE 30C)
99*
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American Loaf 2 pk! 1.99 30
GENERIC QUARTERS
Margarine 3^1.00 20
GENERIC GRATED CHEESE
KRAFT NATURAL
SHcedS
KRAFT CHEESE LOAF
902 1.
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OANNON-SOZ CUPS ASSORTEO FLAVORS OR
PWn Yogurt. 2 for .89 25
PILLSBURY
Creeent Rolls .SSf .89 30
THORN APPLE VALLEY-SUCED OR CHUNK SAVE
Uverwurst......LB 1.59 4o
HANSEL 5 ORETEL
Cooked Salami i 1.49 30
MBS RESSLER
Chlckan Roll 1.49 20
ROMAN BRANDHARD OR
Genoa Salami
DELICIOUS HERRING OR
Chopped Liver
PAULY BRAND CHEESE
Sweet Munchee 1.59 20
HOFFMAN HOT PEPPER CHEESE OR
Onion Cheese 1.89 10
OVEN FRESH
BBQ Chickens .. lB 1.89
..'51.99 .30
I'2
. LB
1.39 20
Floral & Gift Boutique
ONLY AT STORES HAVING BOUTIOUE DEPTS
FOR INDOOR. OUTDOOR USE 10" POT
VERY ATTRACTIVE ^AQQ
A^Palm,-?
(SAVE $1.00) KDl ^^
TROPIC SNOW SAVE
Dtefrenbachla .. po8t 9.991 oo
FRESHLY CUT MARGUERITE
Daisies.......bunch 1.59 20
ASSORTED COLORS. FRESHLY CUT
noral Bouquet bunch 1.49 30
VERY DECORATIVE-ORIENTAL FEMALE
Figurines.....each 5.991 00
FOR REPOTTING PLANTS
Potting Soil.....^ .49 10


Friday. September 17.1982. The Jewish Floridian Pagell-B
Friday, September 17,1982. The Jewish Floridian
Save more on your total food bill or
Swell double the difference in cash!
I MON-LIME, ORANGE OR PUNCH
iqwincher
2 $|00
UBBY'S___
Vienna
(SAVE 14 SAVE 46C)
Sausage c-| 00
32-OZ
BTLS.
25
$i<
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Cut
JSAVE
Green Beans
217-OZ.
CANS
89
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HEAVY-DUTY LIQUID LAUNDRY
Yes Detergent
(SAVE $1.08) ja^tjJKat^BjV
32-OZ
JUG
99
CHABLIS, RHINE, ROSE. BURGUNDY
Taylor Califomia
Cellars $
(SAVE $1.00)
BOLD N' SPICY
French's Deli
Mustard HFCfcC
(SAVE 20C) 24.oz M ----------
BTL.
FILLED BLUEBERRY, FILLED DATE
P)COLATE CHIP OR SUGAR
enn Dutch
Cookies $i00
(SAVE 39) 6-OZ
mCpKGS
CARNATION INSTANT
79
Dry Milk
$399
(SAVE 30C)
10
QT.
BOX
CAV/C
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Cod Whip..... .79 20
AUNT JEMIMA IOOZ BOX BLUEBERRY OR
Raisin Waffles "box .69 24
fcmi *0E CWNKLE CUT
Jffcnch Fries .2*& .89 46
P/FTRY PRIDE ASSORTED
PotPles.....2?xfs .79 .21
M.UXE 9 OZ BOX OR SUPREME til MEAT 10-OZ BOX
Celeste Ptzza-for-1 1.19 40
PifPERIOGE FARM-SLICED BEEF OR REU6CNH RYE
Stuffed Pastry 8b8. 1.99 .40
PANTRY PRIDE-UAF OR CMOPPEO
Spinach.....2 ,0bSx .79 .19
SARA LEE
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Snack Crackers .59
16" 1.39
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Mac & Cheese3
30 GAL GENERIC
Trash Bags ... box
GENERIC ~w. an
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Bath Tissue .4 GENERIC
Cat Utter
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2SLB
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.89 .50
.79 .40
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Fireside Cookies
SALMON TUNA OR
CRAB S SHRIMP 6 OZ CAN
Kitty Cat Food 4
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1.00
.59
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To Our Many Friends and Neighbors...
Best Wishes for a
__ Happy New Year!
Tha traditional Rosh Hashona dinner is one of the ways to welcome in the new
lei To he? 52TpreKre for this festive event, most Pantry Pride stores will
caTry a tulf selection of fresh ROOT PARSLEY, DILL. PARSNIPS
in our Produce Departments.
Our Grocery Departments will offer GEFILTE FISH. BORSCHT. SCHAV and a fine
selection of traditional WINES.
Look for loose SCHMALTZ HERRINGS, CHOPPED UVER, CHOPPED HERRING
aTwell as fruited and plain CHALLAS in our Appetizer Departments Jars, of
Pi AIN and BEET HORSERADISH can be found in the Dairy cases and our frozen
met! cS boasts a fine selection of EMPIRE brand CHICKENS and TURKEYS
MEYER S RAISIN OR
Fibre Muffins 2 ore
coconut or Cinnamon _
Pecan Twirls 2
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16-OZ
LOAF
Rye Bread ...
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.99 59
.99 39
.59 .10
.89 .10
.89 08
Most stores open
8am 'til 11pm daily
All stores
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Page 10-B The Jewish Floridian. Friday, September 17,1962
....
"X

RUSH HA5HANAH
&
k GREETINGS

L'samTKi
Florida East Coast
Properties
444 Brickell Avenue
Suite 530
Miami, Florida j
?
Bill's Roofing Inc.
12262 N.E. 14 Avenue
N. Miami
893-3825
893-3824
754-2618
Happy New Year To All
Premium Savers Inc.
Happy New Year
Alan D. Goldberg
Sheri Kartzmer Goldberg
Miami 935-2037
W.P.B.659-2037
21000 NE 28th AVENUE
SUITE #109
MIAMI, FLORIDA 33180
HAPPY NEW YEAR
Federal Discount center
532 NE 79 St., Miami758-1653
Rothmans Shoe Salon
9700 Collins Avenue
Miami Beach, Florida 33154
360 Miracle Mile, coral cables
Falls Shopping Center, Miami
Happy New Year From All Of us to ah Of you
866-1172
PAINE. WEBBER. JACKSON & CURTIS
Mentors ."Jaw oik SlocK Exchange. Inc\ Incorporated
ROBERT D. ROSS
Vice President-Accounts
1110 8ricke venue, Miami, Florida 33131
Dade: (305) 3/3-6000 Broward: (305) 527-4035
WATS 1-800 327-6562 Florida WATS: 1-800-432-2670
Boy's Towne
6602 SW 57 Ave., Miami661-6386
North Miami Beach949-3632
Coral Gablea448-8361
Happy New Year To All
mm
Food Among The Flowers
21 NE 36 Street576-0000
Possibly The Most Unique Dining
Experience In Florida Happy New Year
Miami Diamonds
Center
Inc.
Jewelers
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Rabinowitz
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Goldstein
235 NE 4th. Street. Miami. Florida
In Loving Remembrance of
Our Parents Founders
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Rabinowitz
Wishing You A Happy New Year
T
Don Mullen
Favorite Fashions
232 Miracle MileCoral Way443-3009
Happy New Year
Lily an Cortez
6700 NE 77th. Ct., Miami
Phones: 592-8000 or 592-8111
Widl-Co-Imperial-"Wal!tex"
"Imperial Scrubbal Glendura"
"We are The Wall Covering
Leader In The South
Dependable Printing
& Offset Corp.
1875 West 8th. Avenue, Hialeah885-4521
Wish To All Friends and Customers
A Happy New Year
Trail Lighting
Electrical SuppliesIf it's electric, it's 99 to 1
We have it.Free Parking
WHOLESALERETAIL
925 SW 8th Street856-3461
Happy New Year To All
Federal Discount
Pharmacy
1120 West 49 St., Hialeah566-6270
Happy New Year To All
Charade Restaurant
2900 Ponce de Leon Blvd.448-6077
and
Kaleidoscope Restaurant
3112 Commodore Plaza446-5010
HAPPY NEW YEAR
Sedda Insurance Agency
2350 SW 8 Street, Miami 33135
O Phone: 642-1822
Happy New Year
H
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Friendly Ford
2198 NE 163rd. Street
North Miami Beach949-1311
Happy New Year To All
S.A.C. Construction
9501 South Dixie Highway
HAPPY NEW YEAR
HAPPY NEW YEAR
Miami Crating Co.
1567 NW 82 Ave., Miami592-4698
i
Pub At The Roney
2305 Collins Avenue
Miami Beach, Florida 33139
532-3353
New Year Greetings
M1?I
--,


Friday, September 17,1982. The Jewish Floridian Page 11-B
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The Burak
'Chiropractic Clinic
Wishes All His Family and Friends
And Patients
A Very Happy New Year
Dr. Barry N. Burak, Director
Spec's Music Inc.
?S THE ENTIRE JE WISH COMMUNITY
A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR
Southeastern Public
Service Co.
17 Collins Ave., Miami Beach866-7771
Happy New Year
Kendall Lanes
I North Kendall Drive 386-6160
Wishes All Their Customers and Friends
A Very Happy New Year
Earl's Market
7910 NW 22 Ave., Miami691-0368
HAPPY NEW YEAR
Baron's
Iton Road, Miami Beach672-2591
HAPPY NEW YEAR
Horizon Trailers
fcialeah895 W. 19th. Street887-8796
r3540 S. State Road 7 (US441)981-9567
unpano -670 S. Dixie Hwy.943-5410
1ES EVERYONE A HAPPY NEW YEAR
NIKI--L U OF MIAMI
12845 NW 46th. Avenue
Opa-Locka, Florida 33054
688-1999
May the Sound of the S ho far
be a reminder of our well wishes
to you and yours
for a New Year of many blessings
Gallagher-Cole
Associates
4700 Biscayne Boulevard Phone: (305) 576-4100
Phil C. Gallagher Samuel T. Cole
Raymond O. Boon, CLU
Happy New Year To All
Health care
Communications
11550 SW 82 Terr., Miami -2 74-0999
HAPPY NEW YEAR
EPICURE
MARKET
1656 Alton Road Miami Beach 672-1861
New Year Greetings
CU Associates Inc.
Electricians
7282 NW 25th Street592-6900
Wishes A Happy New Year To The
Entire Jewish Community
ZEV BUFMAN
& FAMILY
Happy New Year To All
Sunshine Skateway
56 NW 199 St. Miami
255 NE 2nd. Dr., Homestead
Happy New Year
North Miami
Custom Tailoring
775 NE 125 Street,
North Miami
893-1080
New Year Greetings To All
UPJOHN HEALTHCARE SERVICES*
1440 79th Causeway
North Bay Village
Fl. 33141
(305)861-9000
Medicare
Home Care
Private Duty
Staffing Services
To Care is Human
New Year Greetings To All
Golden Buddha
Chinese Restaruant
12396 Biscayne Blvd. Miami 891-3399
Irene and Nat Sara
Jason and Serena of
Rand Accounting
Wish All A Very Happy New Year


Page 12-B The Jewish Floridian. Friday, September 17, 1982
Mission to Florida Discusses Israeli Business Advantages Meir Chapter Opens Season


The advantages of doing busi-
ness with Israel will be stressed
by the first official delegation of
Israeli businessmen, who will be
visiting Florida October 15-17, at
the personal invitation of
Governor Bob Graham.
"It pays to do business with
Israel" is the theme of the two-
week coast-to-coast mission,
comprised of 16 prominent Israeli
businessmen who represent a
broad spectrum of that country's
leading industries, and who will
be meeting with their American
counterparts in six U.S. cities.
The Corporate Executive Mis-
sion to the United States "for the
purpose of promoting closer trade
and business cooperation be-
tween the two countries" is the
first to be organized and con-
ducted by the Israeli-America
Chamber of Commerce, and is
with the co-operation of the
United States Department of
Commerce.
Leading the mission are Dr
Asher Halperin. Chamber presi
dent, who is also executive direc
tor of the Association of Banks in
Israel: Avraham "Buma
Shavit, former chairman of the
board of El Al Israel Airlines and
of the Manufacturers Associa-
tion of Israel: and Arieh Makleff.
chairman of the Chamber's Inter
national Division and president
of Dexter Chemicals Ltd.
According to Moshe Netanel
Israel s Consul for Economic Af
fairs, In the few months since
our office in Miami has been
open, we have seen strong evi-
dence of the growing Florida-Is-
rael business connection. While
we have witnessed within the last
JWV Meetings
The Four Freedoms Ladies
Auxiliary No. 402, Jewish War
Veterans, will hold their first
meeting of the season at the Four
Freedoms Building, Miami
Beach. Sept. 23. President Ruth
Geoghegan will give her report on
the National Convention held re-
cently in New York.
The Abe Horrowitz Ladies
Auxiliary 682, Jewish War
Veterans, will hold their monthly
board meeting on Thursday,
Sept. 23 at 8 p.m. at their North
Miami Beach building. Elsie
Greebel, senior vice president will
chair the meeting. Janet Alter,
junior vice president is in charge
of distribution of food baskets at
Thansgiving for the needy.
The regular meeting will be
held on Thursday, Sept. 30 at 8
p.m., conducted by Phyllis Shaw,
president. She will report on the
results of the recent National
JWVA Ladies Convention
New York.
A Happy New Year
To All Our
CuwtomerH And Frieads
AMERICAN
ISRAELI
BIG SELECTION OF
From
Israel
PLEASE CALL
531 -7722
1357 WashingtaaAy
Miami Beach
couple of years a dramatic
strengthening of business ties
between Florida and Israel in-
cluding trade, investment and
joint venture the potential for
future development is enormous.
We are handling inquiries at
the rate of over a thousand a year
from Florida businessmen in-
terested in doing some sort of
business with Israel, and a com-
parable number from Israel on
doing business with Florida. And
I think this trend will increase at
an even more rapid rate in the
years ahead."
The Golds Meir Chapter of
Pioneer Women Na'A mat wiD
open their new organizational
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Friday, September 17,1982. The Jewish Floridian Page 13-B
"pSficNotlce
,NTrHe.6VENTH JUDICIAL
* CIVIL ACTION
NO 62 13005
CTION FOR DISSOLUTION
* OFMARRIAGE
mRE THE MARRIAGE OF:
Wile.
"hUGO VARGAS.
Husband. __ _
TO HUGO VARGAS
lT carreraSONo.2244.
APl M2 Kl-
HoKOla. Colombia
vor ABE HEREBY NOTI-
CED that an action for Dlsso-
Sfon of Marriage has been
against you and you are
Quired to serve a copy of your
JErt. Miami. Florida 33125.
andIf lie the original with the
Trkof the above.styled court
on or before October 1st 1982
[ "therwlse a default will be
entered against you for the
relief demanded in the com-
plaint or petit Ion ..,,_,.,.
This notice shall be published
once each 'k'or*ur,c$;
secutlve weeks In THE JEW-
ISH FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami.
Florida on this 25 day of Au-
^'filCHABD P. BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By V. Bark ley
As Deputy Clerk
(CircuitCourt Seal)
ALBERT L.
CABBICARTE. P.A.
2491 N.W. 7th Street
Miami. Florida 33125
Attorney for Petitioner
18079 September 3.10;
17.24,108"
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious name of
CAL'S RESTAURANT at 8010
N.W. 22nd Avenue, Miami,
Florida intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
NEALIE YOUNGBLOOD
GEORGE GILBERT
Attorney
One Lincoln Road Bldg.
Miami Beach. Florida 33139
18054 August 27;
Septembers, 10,17.1982
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NOPROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITOF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
CIVILACTION
NO. 82 13235
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE FOR DISSOLUTION
OFMARRIAGE
IN RE T!1K MARRIAGE OF
FBN' ANTOINE,
;.-',fmiiiiiii'i Husband
,fW
AtlNF. CRKFFIN
AM
'ftesi.iMiili-nt-Wlfe
TO: ALINE GREFFIN
VQaNTOINE
2 Avenue NE
BOLLOSSENo.48
Port-au-Prince
Hum. w :
WK W'.E HEREBY NOTI
lEi/tii.ii a petition for Disso-
,l,V" Xir Marriage has
iH'en filed and commenced In
nils court anil you are required
to serve a copy of your written
?"^n,,es' any. to it on
LLOYD V. ROUTMAN. ESQ.,
attorney lor Petitioner, whose
address is Suite 615. 7900 NE
2nd Avenue. Miami. FL 33138,
and file the original with the
clerk of the above styled court
on or before October 1, 1982-
otherwise a default will be en-
tered against you for the relief
Prayed for In the complaint or
petition.
This nonce shall be published
once each week for four con-
FL0RmiWe*k8 *" the JEWISH
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami.
IS!fen thu 31 da* 'Au-
RICHARD P. BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By C. P. Cope land
m-SSRSif1*
U-OYDM.
ROUTMAN, ESQ
Suite 615, *
7WXm^ndAve
MlamLFL 33138
?>iorney,0rPeUUoner
I 1S082 Septembers. 10;
17,24. 1982
c, *T|CE UNDER
^'"JJ.'OUS NAME LAW
lOW^E M HEREBY
de.M V*1 "" ""O^lgned,
C p5!kBcUUo,m name For-
Kan.n xchan8e Club at 1090
H^ ^"cotirse, 8ulte 202. Bay
Harbor Island,. Fl 38184 in*
With lh r?Btator -ld "*"
Cou .VCIerk Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida.
Bruce M. Singer,
18056 V1C* Pr~WH
Septembers. io. n, iQ82
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NOPROPERTY)
INTHE CIRCUIT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITOF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action
No. 12-13240
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE FOR DISSOLUTION
OFMARRIAOE
rN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF
EPRENE ETIENNE.
Petitioner-Husband
and
MERCILIA ELOI ETIEN-
NE
Respondent-Wife
TO: MERCILIA EUO
ETIENNE
Fontamara
Hue lie Duran NO. 36
Port-au-Prince. Haiti. W.I.
YOU ARE HEREBY
NOTIFIED that a petition for
Dissolution of your Marriage
has been filed and commenced
In this court and you are re-
quired to serve a copy of your
written defenses. If any, to It on
LLOYD M. ROUTMAN, ESQ.
attorney for Petitioner, whose
address is Suite 615, 7900 NE 2
nd Ave. Miami, FL 33138 and
file the original with the clerk
of the above styled court on or
before Oct. 1. otherwise a de-
fault will be entered against
you for for the relief prayed for
in the complaint or petition.
This notice shall be published
once each week for four con-
secutive weeks In the JEWISH
FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court of Miami,
Florida on this 31st day of
August 1982
RICHARD P. BRINKER,
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
BY: C.P.Copeland
As Deputy Clerk
ATTORNEY FOR PETITION-
ER
LLOYD M. ROUTMAN. ESQ.
Suite 615, 7900 NE 2nd Ave.
Miami, FL 33138
18O90 Sept. 3.10.
24.1982
IN I Hb CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITINANDFOR
DADE COUNTY' FLORIDA
CASE NO 82 13141
FAMILY DIVISION
IN RE: The Marriage Of:
Marcel Ettlene
Petitioner-Husband
and
Rolande Ettiene
RESIDENCE UNKNOWN
Respondent-Wife
NOTICE BY
PUBLICATION
YOU, ROLANDE ETTIENE.
are hereby notified to serve a
copy of your Answer to the Pe-
tition For Dissolution of Mar-
riage filed against you. upon
MARCEL ETTIENE'S attor-
ney. GEORGE NICHOLAS.
ESQUIRE. 612 N.W. 12th Ave-
nue. MAml. Florida 33136. and
file original with the Clerk of
the Court on or before October
1. 1982; otherwise the Petition
will be confessed by you.
DATED this 30 day of Au-
gust, 1982.
RICHARD P BRINKER
CLERK
By: N. A. Hewett
Deputy Clerk
1C087 September3,10;
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NOPROPERTY)
INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITOF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
CIVILACTION
, NO. 82-13230
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE FOR DISSOLUTION
OFMARRIAGE
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF
MARIE CLEMANCE
HAMILTON.
Petltloner-Wlfe
and
AUSTIN HAMILTON,
Respondent-Husband
TO: AUSTIN HAMILTON
District Eastern
Union Village
Nassau, Bahamas
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that a petlUon 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
defenses, If any, to It on LAW
OFFICE OF LLOYD M.
ROUTMAN, Attorney for
Petitioner, whose address Is
Suite 615, 7900 NE 2nd Aye..
Miami, FL 33138. and file the
original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before
Octoberl, 1982; otherwise a de-
fault will be entered against
you for the relief prayed for In
the complaint or petition.
This notice shall be published
once each week for four con-
secutive weeks In the JEWISH
FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami,
Florida on this 31 day of Au-
gust, 1982.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By C.P.Copeland
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
Law Office of
Lloyd M. Rout man
Suite 616,
7900 NE tad Ave.
Miami. FL 33188
Attorney for Petitioner
18003 Septembers, 10;
17.24.1963
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GrVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious name of
Step Lightly Shoes at Loeh-
mann's Plaza. 18819 Blscayne
Blvd.. In the 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
19th day of August. 1982.
NANKIN
SHOE STORE. INC.
By: (s) Franklin J. Nankin
(a) Selma Nankin
(a) Williams S. Nc.r-.kln
() EdwardK. Nankin
(Owner's Names)
Fredric A. Hoffman
Attorney for Applicant
Smith & Mandler, P.A.
nil Lincoln Road Mall,
8th Floor
Miami Beach, FL 33139
18069 August 27;
Septembers. 10, 17.1982
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NOPROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITOF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
CIVILACTION
NO 82 122a
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE FOR DISSOLUTION
OFMARRIAGE
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF:
HERLINDO A. AQUINO.
Petitioner,
and
MANCELLY ORELLANA
AQUINO,
Respondent.
TO: Mancelly OreUana
Aquino
HCalle, SAAvenlda
Barrio Las Palpas.
Puerto Barrios
Guatemala, Guatemala
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that a petition 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
defenses, If any, to it on R. A.
DEL PINO, attorney for Peti-
tioner, whose address is 1401
West Flagler Street. Miami.
Florida 33135, and file the orlgl- -|
nal with the clerk of the above
styled court on or before Octo-
ber 1. 1982; otherwise a default
will be entered against you for
the relief prayed for in the
complaint or petition.
This notice shall be published
once each week for four con-
secutive weeks in JEWISH
FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami,
Florida on this 26 day of Au-
gust. 1982.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By A. Mlnguez
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal I
R. A. del Pino, Esq.
1401 West Flagler Street
Miami, Florida 33136
Attorney for Petitioner
18071 August 27;
September3.10, 17,1982
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage in business
under the flctious name Jessica
.Ionian and "Best Little
Bachelor Hook In Florida" at
I'D Box 402098. Miami Beach,
PL 88140 intends to register
san I name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida
Toby Lebowitz, Owner
10003
September 10,17, 24;
October 1.1982
INTHE CIRCUITOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITOF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action
No. 82 12815 FC 25
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OFMARRIAGE
IN RE: The marriage of
ROBERT RAYMOND LYN
Petitioner-Husband
and
CHARMAINELYN
Respondent-Wife
TO: Charmalne Lyn
Residence Address
Unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY NO-
TIFIED that an action for Dis-
solution of Marriage has been
filed against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your
written defenses, If any. to it on
ARTHUR H. LIPSON, attorney
for Petitioner, whose address is
1515 N.W. 167 St.. Suite 216,
Miami, Florida, and file the
original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before
October 22. 1982; otherwise a
default will be entered against
you for the relief demanded In
the complaint or petition.
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami,
Florida on this 7 day of Sep
tember, 1982.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
Aa Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By K. Self rled
Aa Deputy Clerk
18106 September 10,17,24;
October 1.1982
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NOPROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA'IN
AND FOP DADE COUNTY
CIVILACTION
No. 82 13159
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE FOR DISSOLUTION
OFMARRIAGE
IN RE: The Marriage of:
JOSE I. AYALA,
Petitioner,
and
MIGDALIA AYALA,
a-k-a
MIGDALIA TORRES
ACEVEDO,
Respondent
TO: MIGDALIA AYALA,
a-k-a
MIGDALIA TORRES
ACEVEDO
Victor Rojas No. 2
CalleB, No. 307
Areclbo,
Puerto Rico 00612
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that a Petition for Disso-
lution of your Marriage has
been files and commenced In
this Court and you are required
to serve a copy of your written
defenses, if any, to it, on CAR-
LOS M. MENDEZ, Esq. Attor-
ney for Petitioner, whose ad-
dress is 2985 W. 4th Avenue,
Hialeah. Florida, 33012, and fjle
the original with the Clerk of
the styled Court on or before
October 1, 1982; otherwise,'a
default will be entered against
you for the relief prayed for In
the complaint or petition.
This notice shall be published
once each week, for four con}
secutive weeks In THE JEW-
ISH FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said Court at Miami,
Florida, on this 31 day of Au-
gust 1982.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
CARLOS M. MENDEZ.
Law Offices
2985 W. 4th Avenue
Hialeah, Florida 33012
Attorney for Petitioner
GUSTAVO GARCIA-
MONTES, ESQ.
18085 September 3,10;
17. 24.1982
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NOPROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITOF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
CIVILACTION
NO. 80-4391
NOTICE OF
COMPLAINT
IN RE:
ARTHUR HIGHTOWER
Plaintiff,
and
OLA MAE WILLIAMS, et al.,
Defendants.
TO: OLA MAE WILLIAMS
526 Foster Road
Hallandale. Florida
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that a NOTICE OF COM-
PLAINT has been filed and
commenced In this court and
you are required to serve a
copy of your written defenses,
if any. to it on R. A. DEL PINO.
ESQ., attorney for Petitioner,
whose address la 1401 West
Flagler Street, Miami, Florida
Suite 201, 33135, and file the
original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before
September 24, 1982; otherwise
a' default will be entered
against you for the relief
prayed for in the complaint or
petition.
This notice shall be published
once each week for four con-
secutive weeks In the Jewish
Floridian
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami,
Florida on this 24 day of Au-
gust, 1982.
RICHARD H. BRINKER
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By A. Mlnguez
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
R. A. DEL PINO. ESQ.
1401 West Flagler Street
Miami, Florida33135
Attorney for Petitioner
18070 August 27;
Septembers, 10.17,1982
-J INTHE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITINANDFOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO. 82-13324 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
IN RE: The Marriage Of:
PAULINJEAN
Petitioner-Husband
and
MARIE T.JEAN
Respondent-Wife
TO: MARIE T.JEAN
Residence unknown
NOTICE BY
PUBLICATION
YOU. MARIE T. JEAN, are
hereby notified to serve a copy
.of your Answer to the Petition
'For Dissolution of Marriage
filed against vou. upon PAU-
LIN JEAN'S attorney,
GEORGE NICHOLAS. ES-
QUIRE. 612 N.W. 12th Avenue,
Miami, Florida 33186, and file
original with the Clerk of the
Court on or before October 1,
1982; otherwise the PeUUon
will be confessed by you.
DATED this 1 day of Septem-
ber, 1982.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
CLERK
By: M. J. Hartnett
Deputy Clark
18094 Septembers, 10;
17,34,1982
INTHECIRCUITCOURT
FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 82-7026
Division 01
IN RE: ESTATE OF
MORRIS FEINBERG.
Deceased
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
The administration of the
estate of Morris Felnberg, de-
ceased. File Number 82-7028, is
pending In the Circuit Court for
Dade County, Florida, Probate
Division,the address of which
Is Dade County Courthouse, 73
West Flagler Street. Miami. Fl
33130. The names and ad-
dresses of the personal repre-
sentative and the personal rep
resentatlve's attorney are set
forth below.
All Interested persons are re-
quired to file with this court,
WITHIN THREE MONTHS OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE: (1) all
claims against the estate and
(2) any objection by an Inter-
ested person to whom notice
was mailed that challenges the
validity of the will, the qual
lflcatlons of the personal repre-
sentative, venue, or Jurisdic-
tion of the court.
ALL CLAIMS AND OB
JECTIONS NOT SO FILED
WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED.
Publication of this Notice has
begun on September 10, 1982.
Personal Representatives:
IDA K. FEINBERG
JOSEPH FEINBERG
c-0 Ida Felnberg
613 Ocean Drive,
Key Blscayne. Fl 33149
Attorney for Personal
Representative
SPARBER, SHEVIN.
ROSEN, SHAPOA
HEILBRONNER. P.A.
One Southeast
Third Avenue. No. 3050
Miami, FL 33131
Telephone: (3061 358-7990
18103
____________September 10.17 1982
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NOPROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITOF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
CIVILACTION
NO. 82-13S37
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OFMARRIAGE
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF:
TERESITA VELEZ-
NARANJO
and
IVAN DARK) VELEZ
TO: IVAN DARK)
VELEZ
Residence unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that an action for Disso-
lution of Marriage has been
filed against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your
written defenses. If any, to It on
Del Valle Law Offices, PA.,
attorney for Petitioner, whose
address is 1900 Southwest 27th
Avenue, Miami, Florida 33145,
and file the original with the
clerk of the above styled court
on or before October 8. 1982;
otherwise a default will be
entered against you for the
relief demanded In the com-
plaint or petit ion
This notice shall be published
once each week for four con-
secutive weeks In THE JEW-
ISH FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami.
Florida onthis 7 day of Septem-
ber. 1982
RICHARD P. BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By V. Berkley
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal i
Del-Valle Law Offices
Attorneys for Petitioner
1950 Southwest 27th Avenue
Second Floor
Miami. Florida 33145
Telephone: 1305)445-0272
Attorney for Petitioner
18104 September 10, 17,24;
October 1.1982
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NOPROPERTY)
INTHE CIRCUIT COURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITOF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
CIVILACTION
NO 82 13S59
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OFMARRIAOE
IN RE: The Marriage of
DANIEL GONZALEZ,
Petitioner-Husband
and
ROSARIO MARTINEZ
GONZALEZ
TO: ROSARIO MARTINEZ
GONZALEZ
monSandlaSt.
Brownsville.
Tex 78620
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that an action for Disso-
lution of Marriage has been
filed against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your
written defenses. If any, to It on
DANIEL GONZALEZ, whose
address Is 1209 Old Dixie Hwy.,
Homestead, Fl 33030. and file
the original with the clerk of
the above styled court on or be-
fore October 8, 1982; otherwise
a default will be entered
against you for the relief de-
manded In the complaint or
petition.
This notice shall be published
once each week for four con-
secutive weeks In THE JEW-
ISH FLORIDIAN. WITNESS
my hand and the seal of said
court at Miami. Florida on this
8 day of September, 1982.
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dede County, Florida
By Lola H. Currier
As Deputy Clerk
(CircuitCourt Seal)
DANIEL GONZALEZ
1209 Old Dixie Hwy.
Homestead. Fl 33030
Telephone: 246-7667
18108 September 10. 17, 24;
October 1,1982
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious name
'Berol Fabrics" at 3383 NW 7
St.. Miami. Fl 33125 Intends to
register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida.
Berol Originals. Inc.,
Owner
Bernabe Ramirez, President
18067 August 27;
Septembers, 10,17,1982
NOTICSVUV'iR
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage in business
under the fictitious name 46TH
STREET RECREATION at693
N.W. 46th Street, Miami, Flor
Ida intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit of Dade County. Florida.
WASH ANDGAME, INC.
HARVEY D. FRIEDMAN
Attorney for
WASH AND GAME. INC.
18063 August 27.
Septembers, 10, 17 1983
INTHECIRCUITCOURT
FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 82-7189
Division (04)
IN RE: ESTATE OF
SAM BERGENTHAL
Deceased
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
The administration of the es-
tate Of SAM BERGENTHAL.
deceased, File Number, la
pending In the Circuit Court for
Dade County, Florida, Probate
Division, the address of which
is 73 West Flagler Street,
Miami. Florida 33130 The
names and addresses of the
personal representative and
the personal representative's
attorney are set forth below
All Interested persons are re-
quired to file with this court,
WITHIN THREE MONTHS OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE: (1) all
claims against the estate and
(2) any objection by an Inter-
ested person to whom notice
was mailed that cheilenges the
validity of the will, the qualifi-
cations of the personal repre-
sentative, venue, or Jurisdic-
tion of the "court.
ALL CLAIMS AND OBJEC-
TIONS NOT SO FILED WILL
HE FOREVER BARKED.
Publication of this Notice has
begun on September 10. 1982
Personal Representative:
CAROLE SHAW
5249 Vanalden Avenue.
Tarzana. Cellf. 91356
HAYS & GRUNDWERG
Attorney for Persona!
Representative:
Moses J Grundwerg
Suite 900.
21 S.E. First Avenue
Miami. Floride 3313!
Telephone: (305)371-4419
18109 September 10. 17. 1982
INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITOF FLORIDA IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
CIVILACTION
NO 82-13143 FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OFMARRIAGE
IN RE:
The marriage of
DAVID A. CLARKE,
Petitioner-Husband,
and
GLORIA ELIZABETH
CLARKE.
Respondent-Wife.
TO. Gloria Elizabeth
Clarke
P. O. Box F2543
Cabot Drive
Freeport, Bahamas
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that an action for Disso-
lution of Marrlege has been
filed against you and you are
required to serve a copy ol your
written defenses, If any, to It on
ARTHUR H. LIPSON, attorney
for Petitioner, whoee address is
1515 N.W. 167 St., Suite 218,
Miami. Fla., and file the origi-
nal with the clerk of the above
styled court on or before Octo-
ber 1, 1982; otherwise a default
will be entered against you for
the relief demanded In the
complaint or petition.
WITNESS my hand and the
i seal of said court at Miami,
' Florida on this 30 day of Au-
gust, 1982.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
Aa Clerk. Circuit Coilrt
Dade County, Florlam
By M.J Hartnett*
Ad Deputy Clerkr
(Circuit Court Seal)
18086 Septembers, 10;
17.24,1869



P*g?14-B Tbe Jvtsh FV>ridian Friday. SepCnber IT. 1982
Public Notice
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LA"
VOTKS B
GIVEN Oaa: Ha
ar*^---g -- MM
to aw aecao
STEP LTATLT SHOES
r Bhi a a
Miami, riniata aswoda to
ter 9m aud aaaaw
CVr of the Circa*. T*il
imomk> num
Cndoyof a^ui :r
\ AN KIN
SHOE STORK. BC.
By |*| FrariLUs .' Naaa_z
SNtaasj Na=fcta
s a- S ?
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s
r of
AT
-------------beOtei=J>rr? -' *-
NOT1CE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCT.E SEIVKf
(NO "ROPERTY
IN THE C'RCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN
amo fgr oaoe couarrr
CIVIL ACTION
NO c *:sm
ACTION FOR ADOPTION
IS RE
JOSEPH MARTTN
JCHOCSBAECHLX =.
timothy E Mrm.
RmbmNM
TO TtMCTHTK ^NIIR
OdNnNMM
TO\. ARE HEREBT NOTY-
PTED iha: m utMt tar Datao-
JtCcc r^ AXf3x Ms :eee
filed ><-: |RR and yos are
ree:-ired i: ere a e aaj of yaar
mr-.zttr ;-*. i ui kl -~-zc
MAX A Gv." LDFaRB. tanqt
tar Pectaaner aase i^ j
it West F-agier Street M-a-..
rfcoN. aad fise Ac orapaaa!
a* cierk of a* mwti
sty wd court oe or Sites I See-
5e=ber ta 1SSB otherwise a
defa >e euiri! aga_--s:
^x. Arc "_"* r*_e? 3tr- a~.o*-* :z
a* .-oawNajac wr swOOna.
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ace* *i;* %--i r.-r |BsR cce
sec-_::"*e fes.5 THE ft. -
ISHFLORirLAN
WITNESS ; *ia-id aad ae
aas u any oc aj-
WHiM F BRISKER
ByC
As Deputy Ctark
Creaa CSurt Sewi
MAX A GOLDFARB
J est Fj+jtT S=wl
Ma- Fjcodn
Mtarmij forPet^aaaer
j*e
AjgOStrT
iberJ. :a :t :rk
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(hSO PROPERTY!
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AID FOR DAOE COUNTY
CIVIL ACT ION
no c :mfc
ACTION FOR
ADOPTION
IN THE MATTER OF THE
.EROHE
MADISON Fet:ttoner
TV -\RF.V :OX>TU.
COG DELL
kn
KasiR..
TOU ARE KEREBT ?9DTI-
r*.rr
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
INTME CIRCUIT COURT OF
TNE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AMO FOR DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION
NO C -IRtaFCn
FAMILY CIVIL
DIVISION
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION
OFNUaRRIASC
IN RE THE MaRRLaGE OF
MIRIAM F VTEL.
rNBaaer
A.-0
ALE.' AVTIOTB.
ReaccmdeiB.
TV .uiutaT*
Waaa'niioe Vaa-tra
tot -^ -hj^t not:
4 aefTvn tar Daa>
TNESS =t aaad and a*
;< Bk>i coo*, a: M-a.
tai a day of Aa-
R1CKAROP BRIXKER
AiCkn OmROoart
DadrCoaary Ftanda
By A Hrf^i
As r iCtar-... Ca.^ <*.
H=ry Lry^-Vjdfcl Eaq
:1 -. F\*^ier St-wt
"!.
A-jrjasr: |
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN TNE CIRCUIT COURT OF
TNE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action
Na.n-ini*
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE FOR DISSOLUTION
OFMARRIAGEINRE THE
MARRIAGE OF
FIJI'S CAVIN.
Pvuoone r- Husband
and
TREY A R WHISBY CAVTJI
Respondent-Wife
TO TREVA R WHISBY
CAVTJi
Address and Residence L'n-
tr.." a
YOl ARE HEREBT
NOTIFIED that a petitxn tar
Diasoiution of your Marru^x
sas r**= ft> <_r: *jad yc\. r r-
^__--?-: -. ne'i 1 ::c :r ".'ur
ailUcix RetastaM 1 *a- t ;n
_.-. : V =_.. a.-. zur-
ary tar raiRmnm *iow ui-
ill NX 5m
ATseg* Vjul. FL KLM
- .' >
t ': ..- m t
feeder- anaraaaa i ot-
:i_ :? aratrwl ufMniK
jo. ^n :* -!W ii-v" ur n
* .r-;o.r :r itcldiil
Taai aacj^t moJ i> nu?ilwiH -* e- ~ i >.t '.I..- in-
eo.^* *? r .< \'** fi- '
FVORir.AN
NTTSESo itTii UTit 3
sea. :' blj: :-a^r: : wan.
FV.-.a :r -_ r. Si.' :r
Aasr-sc H*^.
a< CfcRR CtrcaBCtaart
DaMtaCoaats; FNrata
aj Deaary Ctaaft
ATTOP-NET FOR PETrTKW-
ER
IXOYDM ROLTMAN ESJ
SuseflS -WNEtodAit
Mia--: FLST:
Spt J.1R
II M.MR1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersis^ied.
desiring to enrage In business
under tne fictitious name Joel
Bernstein at 1901 Ponce de
Leon. Coral Gables. FL 331J4
intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida
by: Joel Bernstein. P A
16089 Septembers. 10.
17. M. 1983
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAN
NOTICE '^ HEREBY
GIVEN that
desinng to
Rtaf sal
tajfjt Exi". *'- SW3 NX : S".
N ;r-_ W^-- 5 jrtecai x- rv*ao.- saji 3a=
v :*-* :t =* ."_-:--:
uxh ^uunr* Fj^fjia
-:i,f r^ir, taa r3*r
jtuur* abjrynacn. Pra*
.IBB taST-* -
^ouimaerl. as.
; :. : r. ? -
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
N T1CB B HEREBY
::.TN -Ja: -J
*^.-j(s-<^ n ~ ^< d-b-*
Steaset T r Cora; GaiJea PI
-' :: -rc-K* r so..':
aim wmx tae CVrk ofnatOr
.-..: -"->-- :- r*ae Ctooarj
Ftanda.
Pasta^iniT
v. ::: ^e.
?-.m_-4c --Ssj*: Sarsa.
Free.
:*>. >ep=&er J. ::
-" *--? -
>p serve s
TT~e?" de Tprssee-
a aa Sei A^esa^der
SHFTjOR- -A>
WTTTtXSS asy
I ea 30 S A -p-n~- .*K
NOTICE OF ACT ION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NOFROPERTY1
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITOF FLORIDA IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION
NO O-tjWJf
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MACtlACE
F.E THE MARRIAGE OF
GEOF.3:naT'?Mk5
*^e
aad
RAIXTOMA5
TO RAl"T_TOM\5
Bniitiaii i
NOTICE OF ACT ION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY!
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AMO FOR DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACT ION
NO O MB
FAAULY DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF AAARRIAOE
:>RE Ttat Marrsag* :<
S-AL'. AT-:?. 3.ARCLA
:4:::-.v' =.orioa
'<:wt r s on
*-sr-i"E*c c-aizs
: s:ir:
ataaj PJ9JT ATT 5"
- ij-:
\rMTNT5TRAT3 n
_^ EF.ii" v ; :-La -.TN G
.~_:m* :r demands
: > vjt5c estate .ant
e rrtz r> salt estate
T." '=-E HEREBY J90TS-
L F ;i El-L if :*a*ei iat* zt
Code Tcurr. Ficnda. i*

aF.E HERE3Y NOT!-
FTET ANT RE^-r^rr :: f_< U
Mq :Assaasaalde=aadaarjc: f
:_ -i.- "-i kri.-J'. '-* ^f
av aad at Sje arj :rJtrr*
aw ml:. '-- L^j: *_ a.-i
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DAE COUNTY. FLORIDA
cim in. cum
FAMILY DIVISION
In re the marriage of
QUEEN E STEWART
Peauoner
and_______
LOUIS E STEWART
Respondent
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO LOUISE STEWART
Residence CrJmown
TOU ARE NOTIFIED that
ac action for dtaaotuOon of
marriage bar been filed
spfc you and you are re-
quired to serve a copy of your
wTttten defense* tf any on
ROBERT M ZIEJA. ESQ.. At-
jxraj for PetOoner 03 N E
:- 5-. N M B F~. BIO on or
xizr* SeptecberM ".982. and
^.r _'* :'rf--i. :-" aw :.*rt
af tata eaart. aCJssi alii a de-
*a ae er.tered agasat
ItaMi AaMatJt :95
RICHAPXP BRINKER
Ctarfc
byC Moore
As Deputy CVra
ajafaatSf
Septetr.berl. 1C :' 1983
JOSKFTNA CAMPV
Riaai is ntaust
to ."oseftnacam? :
NC T Apt 4
^ taora. Ha a-^ r-_ :.*
TCK. ARE HX5J3T NOTV
nUT =*: ar a.-^tr ^r lao
tattas af MAmage Mas saea
*'{ agaj-ac paa. aod jo. are
^9-xred serr a cosy af rocr
MEZ.vr> ; fjajyjBsja; ^ 4-
taraey tar PetaBaaar aioae
aaeress a -jai S Jc Save".
Sataeaai Na- rtoamui
YOU ARE HEREBY N
FTED am: ae acaa- ^r re*sc-
htOoa at Marriage %as seen
-<^ agasaal :- az: .-.-_ a_-
~vai "'id sc Wfm toai atyoar
T-nec de senses, d aav saRaa
.ALBERT L C-ARRICKRTE
P A aaccrsey tar riuuuiei
-ae a-ddress j :): N -_-
Street M-a. Fia-jda JJB
i-: :.< -- -t-- --- .-<
: -f -a .: :-- .:- : ed r^.-
sr aaaarv Oman jt. aS
ts i a setaaal n he ea-
^ -( j;
3fi-
mi fiL : i^-" a: Ma.T-
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A; BBM
^wr- ^ ae aac-xe seyjei aa^r
ac x ^e*cr Sertedie.- j
1993 Atrsat a aefaw. -_
se s n rt-z agaaaae yos tar a
Stn^r.M : -- r-
?ec=jjt
">^~S -. -a-.; a-.; .-
se*. at aud to^: : MA-
Ftanda x =j a aa. :c A*
As Cjer-t- CSrra: r=>^-.
r*ae Ca^sn Ftarsta
BtaMA Btasjaaj
as Tepuly Cera
:_-. Ses.
M-Jtr
.: i_-.. .- .-
=*:--U'.* *' jt :-..-*_
tactsBB at -_-e C.:ij-. -.a _-
Chart. Dade O aarj Oaart-
ssaaw "I West Fat*: Saeet
V-i_- TTHr>
TKREE _NTH5 JR.: V THE
QaTJCN :r^:b_V>TfCBO
ALL ~_a:V5 rCM-ANTS
o.: ?.:e T'v; \ >
?T_Er *L1 BE F-RE-TF.
B.ARRET
RCSJ :~ '_"* '. aai .1 SeatesaRer
Ma-. E F.:c.-*'
As Fr.3-a- Rprjaii,a*-n
.if-.-e ERa-j ^
Ma.-. 3 ARE T L 4TJS5ELL
."a-:.
I : =i 2i!
KPRE ;5 '"Tl'i E~ ~
COHEN P '
**-: 5 I aae^rz = tafl
v^.-_ r -
Teseaacne jm UN !
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEV ENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DAOE COUNTY FLORIDA
CASE NO c ::*
FAMILY DIVISION
^ RE The Mamage Of
MaRGaRETKTHE3AUD
Pe- iciisaar-Wsta
DUMONT THE BAUD.
Respondest Husband
T rUMCNT THX3A.T
?.r?T EN 7E NKN AN
NOTICE 3T
F'.3'_: A" N
TOU CUV NT TKEBaUD.
H*;:-:*-. HsBSsRsbA are
fwreey sotted \c serve a copy
_- '.-s-- '--* .-^acc
7 : --_:r nf
ssaaer < "-: me?
vick:l.as esqvtre cj
N :itl- '
F" !'" V
_;.:r F ^
3EOP.GE
r rf-'j-T *
U*3
C be
s I Sa? :f SesjRasj
xrer* je .
: ar^esse:
"AT
... .-
R.ICK.ART P BRDCsDER
eu
By C Maore
Depu^ Or*
: :; :
S::--:*r :: :" Ia
:.--::- J*
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICS :S HEREBY
]"!> -a". _- _~ :* t ~'i "-: t-U-- r_r_-^
-t : s
V^-r:a. :~ :. r. I- :
5 a .3 CRRK Mia.-_ F^.
vs reauty Caert
JL-r_: "a.- fi
' -=y ?.- l
Carrjc-arte f a
Ifaraiy tar -js. at*
:*. N a -jj **-.
Tejaasaae :iR ***---
^ipanaliL 1. :*
- : :rk
ncTTTKM 50OTICB 3 HEREBT
FSCTlTsOUSNAAAS LAN
C~ ;= S jsssassssati
E* "~jr t* j^ae^j.^p^ec
rR-AT- A MUST CO ml SMI ars -s t srs*ae r >anec
Asssaaa. Saast jw "Ne -c*-cua -* m~-
S~E" _a.n; = 5i^' tr
saT n saw An-tw *Am
caars MRasss ^ e3.-er i*c
asm* m-m rm Cart ar in Cr
-v RSTaJUDOK ob* CJasr? m

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NWrvf:-.- MtaA
IRRJ Nsr
p=^-"tSe
J
NOTiCE OF ACTION
CON ST R UCTTV E SER VKS
NC RCERTY
INTHEC'RC. 'COtR-OF
n.r>E->-..: c a_
a RCU IT OF F lOR BDA. RR
AMD FOR 2A5 CC--N-^
c .*: :
nc c r*r e c
'.: s :
accnof r ssov.^<-n
C* wjt aE
> ?- Ttal Ma.age X
aLTDI I- TLS-;n
ANT
GSORI a a arrLS.: n
TC iECe*G'_A a iLi. v
Baastaare". aoir-7
T--'. ARE HERESY VTI
t __ a*-'- lt a.-o:n tr Z
tO.-iag
ara^rac '-a. sm: . are
rrejjr-f-: _- m i r x.' a: nj-
r5=fT tassaasBl a^-> t I as
> ." aasBsam E*v ao-
nr If rimer vaoat
atresa a jm i a Sr^f.
StaaN 3m y^ rur-iaa trjo.
smr tke 'j ff^^ via ae
isB-t a ae as.---- scyjK anjr.
la eacec*-: aganac it tr aw
"eoef ejasaaaRat n aa raac-
t: m jwciasB,
7TNT iS i aaj:^ aas aw
sa*. tf aajt aau*. a: *e*^r
as axa 11 aay af Aa-
JU-la = ? BBSBBBBSBB

CIRCUIT COURT
IN A NO FOR
CACECOvNTv FLORIDA
CMNe> C "E-CA--.
NOTICE OF
ACTION
5 T A -=-:.->.
" :- 3i .":.:.--.::.-
Lam ;
aw a
a>ac rsunry Ftarata
aileaioin
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fag< .fr

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aaa a.-
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- FiajxJ'j arurswn aiaae
NO'iCE UNDER
FKTT B -5 NAME LA*
NOTICE ". S HE REE V
j~"EN ,-i-. ,-e _:.a-SLg^-i
i-Vi '-iii-- I ta9saa9R|
.-* i:Lj.i_> -a.-*
FEirrsKV t z.\ r<
a: .N- NE :C Si N:f.- w^-
=ea_--. Fta. SSaa SBsBBdB X
r.en : .- .-. a- Ta-. af
ra* C=>_- F ..-r^a
L~ F-eseaay A
Ca : l r
IN THE CIRCUIT COUBTne
THE ELEVENTH JUDlciaT
CIRCUIT.N AND oR'*L
DADE COUNTY, FLORmA
FAMILY DIVISION10*
CASE NO. 93 nf.
RE-THE MARRIAGE or
JEANGAUTHIEP. *
Petitioner Husta- -
and
SU^GAUTHIER
TO SU&" G ALTHIE r
11514 21Tth Street
Cabru Heighu Ne. y0Pt
U4JJ or*
NOTICE BY
PUBLICATION
TOU. SUZIE GALTf---. _
hereby notified v> st-
ar your Answer U
For Dlaasaauuu of K.rnas.
fiiad against you spor K
GAUTHLERs .-.V>
GEORGE NICH
QUIRE. U .N A
M*mi. Florida jr.y
9BWJMRJ wMl Ota Ci*--
Oaurt aa or tattare i
RICHARD P BP.:'.KZ =
CLERX
By M J HART?.;:
Deputy Cieri
-.Jt BtaJjJHBBBer 1< ." ^
;
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAVE LAN
NOTICE IS -
GIVEN that aw -=*-. f-Xi
aesirtns; to engage _- -. .. fu
jsder the fstUlsaisi aacx Sen.
w Aota. alRH: Car.. k'X
aaae. Mauc: BesacA riertaB j>-
tessda to register sa^d r^o,.
MR the CJera of the tTaoai
Court rt Dade County F^rjjm.
SoaaaZaejccAa
Michae: aesccAa
owaeri
S*;<*--.- u
-" -- ua
NOTICE OF ACT i CS
CONSTRUCTIVE SES. CE
(NO PROPERTY
INTHE CIRCUITCO.S-0F
THE ELEVENTH JUD'CIAL
CIRCUITOF FLOB Zi IN
ANO FOR DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION
NO B 1H7I FC-f
ACTION FOR CNSSO..- CS
OFMARRIA6E
I> RE THE MA.RRLA I- Z 3T
NATALIA CALO ta C7.? \
FETTTTONER
a=d
JORGE DANIEL CUrJ :
TO- JORGE DANTEL
CURDI
TOU ARE HEREBT SOTJ
FTET a&a: as aeooc tar C jao-
of Mamage has :ee:
ga-aaac yoc and .-:. art
reoazred as serr* a : c
ancenattam _
TEL VALUE LAW OFF E5
F.A ATTORNEY F := .= c-
aorwr ttderess | M
SoXhv esc ru A^esajs Bat :d
F*jocr MW99I Ftanta K4f
NOT CE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAN
n :CE 3 HERESY :: EN
IL MET"
FAjBsstEaXTajeRl a-.:
OC: T 3TRIS-T.'Ri a: NaT.
sr ujt aaaji erslt Rat
Tjer* :r j-t .- :i;
r.i.-- FV-.sa
i i bbj < r --. x-
: Soda T-od* rlset^a.1
- -" : -- i-T j-' ? A
I- a.i ;j i'.iv -
-WRiT"
* THE fl
aHFLORITLA.s
WTTNESS as ansrf a":
sen. af saad eecr-. a: V j
F*cnaW aa Rtas la aai
gjav :sa
RJCK-ART f
asClera Cirr^; Tc_-
DadeCcascy Ftanaa
By A Mi-f.-t;
As repurj CJ n
Mtaasa Ftam
M. CaseUSfTTNA
r*L VALLE. ESs
A-.-_-r-aey SarPsejaaawr
m aj-.. r
$epte=jer i. .: .' *:
in the circurr cfx i" ;
'E ELEVENT..= I a.
CIRCUIT IN ANO e I-
DAOE COUNTY FWC! Ti
FANULY D*V1S>0*
CASE NO c :ri
NOTICE OF AC" ON
IN RE THE ADOPT:
nc- :e ..;er
1 z~ :-. S N A E _A
.'. >"E55 ?t7 aaaif ant ?w
sea. nr aa r=u- zsa 2ae an a;
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Dcaurii
:r-EN =,a: aw js
N oaaaesi 1
he *! s Tji~e a!
NjlV0 j a: Mirva.i Ma_
"9B O r^agjer St. n aw CJty
sf May- Frnii -rreiafa i:
ae
sf aa Caraax caw. ar
-at Csurcy Fa^raaa.
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Apte, 56-Year Resident Passes
Friday, September 17,1982. The Jewish Floridian Page 15-B
Maurice Pavlow, 69, Headed Furniture Firm
York City. He was a mem-
,d Beth Kodesh Synagogue,
" Carnell Lodge FAM No.
Mahi Shrine. JWV Norman
jBrown and Bnai B nth of
^eign Condo and founder of
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
INTHECIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FORDADECOUNTY
Civil Action
NO. BI-13573
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
in RE: The Marriage of
MAGDALKNA BLAZ
petltloner-Wlfe
and
ALEJANDRO BLAZ. JR.
Respondent-Husband
TO: Alejandro Bias, Jr.
Rt S, Box 907
Brownsville
Texas 78820
YOU ARE HEREBY
NOTIFIED that an acUon for
Dissolution of Marriage has
been filed against you and you
ire required to serve a copy of
your written defenses), if any. to
It on MAGDALENA BLAZ.
whose address Is 1208 Old Dixie
Hwy.. Homestead, Florida, and
file the original with the clerk
of the above styled court on or
before October IS. 1982; 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
(our consecutive weeks In THE
JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
WITN ESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami,
Florida on this 8 day of Sep-
tember, 1982.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By C.Moore
As Deputy Clerk
18111 September 18.24;
____________October 1.8.1982
INTHE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 92-M3*
Division 04
IN RE: ESTATE OF
BERTHA KATZ
Deceased
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
[TO ALL PERSONS HAVING
CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
AGAINST THE ABOVE ES-
TATE AND ALL OTHER
PERSONS INTERESTED LN
| THE ESTATE:
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that the admlnlstraUon
of the estate of BERTHA
KATZ. deceased. File Number
82-5639 (04i, is pending In the
Circuit Coulrt for Dade County,
I Florida, Probate Division, the
I address of which Is Dade
I County Courthouse, 73 W. Flag-
ller Street. Miami, Florida
133130. The personal represen-
tative of the estate Is SOLO-
MON 1. KATZ, whose address
is 198 Lexington Road. Shirley.
Mew York 11967. The name and
address of the personal repre-
sentative's attorney are set
| forth below
All persons having clalma or
I demands against the estate are
required. WITHIN THREE
IJJONTHS FROM THE DATE
l?r,JE FIRST PUBLICA-
TION OF THIS NOTICE, to file
Iwitn the clerk of the above
[court a written statement of
lany claim or demand they may
I have. Each claim must be lh
[writing and must Indicate the
E3 i,T "" clalm' the name
land address of the creditor or
I.Lage.nt.or attrney, and the
C oun,lc)a,m0" the claim is
Inot yet due, the date when It
C. be,c.ome due "hall be
liuted. If ihe clalm
|pnt or unliquidated, the na-
lltafed "} """rtalnty shall be
[stated If the claim la secured,
I^T'ty hall be described
IThe claimant shall deliver suf-
Erk Mk".,.Jhe clalm to KE
icierk to enable the clerk to mall
"ofth^lrtenuorJurt.dlc-
JX^oSbSSSl DEMANDS.
KJ^S NOT SO
^"'^''"tpubucauon
Solomon L.KaU
of the Estate of
BERTHAKATZ
AROLD J. COHEN
fl Coral Way
el'^KS.0r,d!ldn0, Plantation Key,
Fla.; a sister, Ruth Prank of
Miami Beach ; and six grandchil-
dren. Funeral services were held 2
p.m., Sept. 16 at Gordon Funeral
Home, followed by interment in
Mt. Nebo Cemetery.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage In business
under the flcUUous name Pre-
cision Motor Parts at s8 N.E.
80th Street. Miami. Florida
33138 Intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
EGISA,
North America
Division, Inc.
HARVEY D. FRIEDMAN
Attorney for EGISA.
North America
Division. Inc.
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida 33139
Telephone: S31-0391
18112 September 17, 24;
October 1,8,1982
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION
NO. 12-11644 FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: The Marriage of:
GRACIELA AVELLANEDA-
PALOMEQUE
Petitioner
and
PEDRO PALOMEQUE
Respondent
TO: Pedro Palomeque
Transversal 88
No. 4216 suit
Culdad Kennedy,
Bogota Colombia
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that an action for Disso-
lution of Marriage has been
filed against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your
written defenses, If any, to It on
Del-Valle Law Offices, PA.,
attorney for Petitioner, whose
address is I960 Southwest 27th
Avenue, Second Floor, Miami,
Florida 33146. and file the origi-
nal with the clerk of the above
styled court on or before
October 16, 1982; otherwise a
default will be entered against
you for the relief demanded In
tin- complaint or peUtlon.
This notice shall be published
once each week for four con-
secutive weeks In THE JEW-
ISH FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami,
Florida on this 17 day of Sep-
tember, 1982.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By M. J.Hartnett
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
DEL-VALLE
LAW OFFICES, P.A.
i960 Southwest 27th Ave.,
Second Floor
Miami. Florida 33146
Telephone: (306)446-0272
18114 September 17, 24;
October 1. 8.1982
September 17.24.1982
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITOF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION
NO. 92-13641 FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE MARRI AGE OF:
GLICERIA VALLADARES
PETITIONER
and
CARLOS VALLADARES
RESPONDENT
TO: CARLOS VALLADARES
Residence unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that an acUon for Disso-
lution of Marriage has been
filed against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your
written defenses, if any, to it on
DEL-VALLE LAW OFFICES,
P.A., attorney for Petitioner.
whose address Is 1960 South-
west 27th Avenue. Miami. Fl
33146. and file the original with
the clerk of the above styled
court for the relief demanded
in the complaint or petition.
This notice shall be published
once each week for four con-
secutive weeks in THE JEW-
ISH FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami,
Florida on this 17 day of Sep-
tember. 1982.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
Aa Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By M. N. Hartnett
Aa Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
Del-Valle
Law Offices. P.A.
Attorney for PetlUoner
1960 Southwest 27 th Ave.,
Miami, Florida 33146
Telephone: (806)445-0272
1 -*ttWnyr ' isi in------------SepiemUeTlJ.'Jf.
October 1, 8, 1982
Services for Maurice Pavlow,
president of Pavlow Office Furni-
ture in Miami, took place on
Sept. 15 at the Riverside Alton
Road Chapel.
Mr. Pavlow, 69, died Monday
at Cedars of Lebanon Hospital.
A native of Pennsylvania, he
GREBIN.
Herman (Hy), 68, passed away on Sep-
tember 14. Hy. formerly of Belimore.
New York, moved to North Miami
Beach In 1966 and was married that
year to his wife, Lee Welner Grebln. Hy
was In the plumbing supply business for
the past 36 years. He was active In many
civic and community groups. He was
past president of Temple Beth El In
Belimore. N.Y.. and was active In the
United Jewish Appeal Campaigns and
the Masons He la survived by his wife,
Lee; daughters, Rochelle Laxarus of
New York, and Laurie Welner of
Miami; son, Jeffrey Welner of Miami;
brother Mitchell Grebln of Miami; and
two grandchildren. Services were held .
September 16 at Riverside Chapel, with
Interment at Mt. Nebo Cemetery.
PAVLOW.
Maurice of Miami, passed away Sep-
tember 13. He was a resident since 1946,
coming from Chattanooga, Tenn. He
was a world renowned designer of office
interiors. He was a board member of
NFID, ASIB, Progress Club; past presi-
dent of the Marian Center for the Handi-
capped, Archdiocese of Miami; past
president and board member of Jewish
Family and Children's Services. He was
a former professor of psychology at
Princeton University. He was the
founder and president of The Pavlow
Company. He Is survived by sons. Bruce
(Terry), and Brett Pavlow; daughter,
Shara Pavlow; and sister Slmmle Bar-
nett. Funeral services were held Sep-
tember 15 at Riverside Chapel with in-
terment at Mt. Nebo Cemetery.
PEARLMAN
Dr. Reuben H. suddenly passed away on
August 26 in Miami. Formerly of Pitts-
burgh, Pa., he was a graduate of the
University of Pittsburgh School of
Medicine. Adored husband of Anne
Bowytz l'earlmim. beloved father of
Elinor S. Berkowltz of North Miami
Beach and Robert C. Pearlman of Pitta-
burgh, Pa; beloved brother of Dr. I. R.
Pearlman, Hollywood, Fla.; cherished
granddad of Jeffrey L. and Richard A.
Berkowltz of Miami, and Jill and Heidi
Pearlman of Pittsburgh, Pa. and great-
grandchildren. Andrew and Michael.
Private funeral services were held Au-
gust 27 at Riverside Chapel, North
Miami Beach.
MONUMENTS INC
Open Every Day Closed Sabbath
140 SW 57th Avenue
Phone 266-2888
fommamtfy .'/far* /.1*
ORTHODOX
REFORM
CONSERVATIVE
IKE GORDON,F.D.
JAMES B. GORDON,F.D.
HARVEY GORDON,F.D.
FAMILY OWNED 4 OPERATED
710 SW 12 Ave
858-5566
came to Miami 40 years ago and
founded the furniture company.
He was a member of the Na-
tional and American Societies of
Interior Design, a former head of
the board of directors of the
Marian Center for Exceptional
BARKAN
Abraham (Abe) passed away Wednes-
day, August 26. 1982. He was born and
raised In Riga, the Paris of Russia, and
never forgot to praise his birthplace,
which he thought was the most beautl-
ful. Intelligent and friendliest city on the
Baltic Ocean. He finished Hebrew Aca-
demy and graduated Russian -Public
School with high honors. He began work
In a hardware store at age IS (S8 a
week.) He loved It. He lived through the
1912 war. He arrived in the United
States in 1920, worked in Pittsburgh,
Pa., Youngatown. Ohio and Connels
vllle. Pa., and setUed and made his
home in Ambrldge, Pa. He married his
lovely, devoted wife, Manya In 1928. He
moved to Miami In 1961 and has been a
resident of Miami and Miami Beach
since then. He was the owner of Florida
Hardware and Paint of S.W. 8th Street.
Miami. Mr. Barkan was a past member
of Beth David Congregation for 28
years, Beth Kodesh of Miami, pioneer
member of Hebrew Free Loan of
Miami, charter member of Isaiah
Lodge No. 2966 Bnai B'rlth, member of
West Avenue Jewish Center, Miami
Beach, member Biscayne Bay Lodge
No. 124, member 32 degree Mason, and
a member Mahi Shrine for 20 years. Mr.
Barkan Is survived by his devoted wife,
Manya; his daughter, attorney Char-
lotte Joy Barkan; sister-in-law and
brother-in-law, Esther and Ruben
Friedman; four grandchildren; Ber-
nard David Barkan Roth, Jesse William
Roth, Sharl Rachelle Gllxman, Lartsa
Annetter Greenfield and two great-
grandchildren, Daniel Paul Gllxman
and Suhra Brocha Greenfield. Inter-
ment was In Mt. Nebo.
WEINBERGER
Harry H., 87, Miami Beach, passed
away September 9. He had made his
home here for the past 29 years, coming
from Philadelphia. A veteran of World
War I, he was an active member of the
Rising Star Lodge, Jewish War
Veterans Post 723 and the Keystone
Lodge of Masons In Philadelphia. He is
survived by his wife, Beatrice; sons,
Morton and Noah; six grandchildren;
brother, Leon, and sisters, Miriam and
Ruth. Funeral services were held Sep-
tember 15 at Riverside.
SCHACHTER, Leo M., 89. North Miami
Beach, September 16. Levltt-Weln-
steln.
SHIFFMAN, Michael, Miami Beach,
September 16. Blasberg.
WEICHSEL. L. Clotilde, Miami Beach.
Blasberg.
Children, and a board member of
Catholic Community Services
and Jewish Family and Chil-
dren's Services.
Mr. Pavlow is survived by two
sons, Bruce and Brett; a daugh-
ter, Shara; and a sister, Simmie
Barnett.
ZIMEL
Sarah, a 17-year resident of Miami, for-
merly of Ohio. She Is survived by
daughters, Shlrllen and Elsie; son.
Louis; 10 grandchildren, and eight
great-grandchildren. Funeral services
were held at Riverside.
BERMAN
Alfred, 67. of Miami, passed away on
September 8. Mr. Berman had been a
resident for 28 years, coming from New
York City. He was an active member of
the Board of Directors of thedouthern
Apparel Exhibitors and the Florida
Fashion Council. He Is survived by his
wife. Martha; his son. Lewis, his daugh-
ter, Candlce and five grandchildren.
Services were held at Gordon, with In-
terment at Mt. Nebo.
KAPLAN
Fannie. 86. a former resident of New
York, passed away In Miami Beach. She
Is survived by daughters; Ethel Wag-
man and Marsha Drlblnsky; son, Louis
Kaplan: five grandchildren: one great-
grandchild; and two sisters. Funeral
services were held September 9, with
arrangements by Riverside.
GREENSTEIN. Burton, North Miami.
September?. Rubin-Zllbert.
SHINE. Leah. Miami September 0,
Riverside.
MANN, William H.. Bay Harbor Island.
COOPER. Bessie, 91, North Miami.
September 9.
FREEMAN, Pauline, J., Miami Beach.
September 6.
RUBIN, Hyman. September 9. Rubin
Zllbert.
SCHWARTZ. Dorothy, Miami Beach,
Rubin Zllbert
STEIN. Joel. 29. Miami, September?.
WINGER. Nathan. Rubin Zllbert.
AIDMAN, Morris, 90. Miami Beach.
September 14. Riverside. Mt. Nebo.
ASHKANOZY, Stuart, Miami Beach.
September 16. Rubin Zllbert
GILSHANSKY. Tille. Miami Beach.
September 14, Rubln-Zllbert. Mt.
Nebo.
LEWIS. Elaine. Miami. Levltt-Weln-
stein.
MOSES. Ruth, Miami Beach, Rubln-
Zllbert
TODER, Sadie. 86. Pittsburgh, Gordon.
BAYER. Ann, North Miami, September
19. Rubln-Zllbert.
COLE. Earl, 73, North Bay Village. Sep-
tember 16. Levltt-Welnsteln.
HALPERIN. Bessie, Miami Beach.
September 16. Rubln-Zllbert.
MAHLER, Nat ft, 79, of Bal Harbour.
September 16. Riverside.
When a loss occurs
away from home.
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Pagel6-B The Jewish Floridian. Friday, September 17.1982
B'nai B'rith Council of South Florida Lodges
Best Wishes for the New Year
The 38 lodges their membership of approximately 7,000 men which constitute the
B'nai B'rith Council of South Florida Lodges extends greetings to the entire Jewish
community for a healthy, happy and prosperous New Year. As B nai B nth marks
another year of unbroken service to the community its volunteer army of one half ^
million men, women and youths invites you to join them in their continuing
programs helping those in need, regardless of race, religion or national origin.
BNAI B'RITH COUNCIL OF
SOUTH FLORIDA LODGES
President:
KENNETH FRIEDMAN
16499 N.E. 19th Ave Suite 107 North Miami Beach. Fl. 33162
(O) 946-3521, (H) 932-6182
;
President Elect:
HERMAN GELLER
1351 Miami Gardens Dr.. North Miami Beach. FL 33179. 944-
7008
Vice Presidents:
JACK GOULD _.
231-174th St.. Bldg. 400. Apt. 2120. North Miami Beach. FL
33160. 932-8625
NATE GUZOVSKY
7921 East Drive. North Bay Village. FL 33141, 756-7396
WILLIAM ROMER
19731 N.E. 24th Ave.. North Miami Beach. FL 33180. (O) 949-
8833. MILTON SAMUELS nn^n
3750 N.E. 170th St., No. 306E. North Miami Beach. FL 33160.
945-6168
Treasurer
PHILIP FRIEDMAN
1075 N.E. 159th St., North Miami Beach, FL 33162. 947-6056
Secretary
MAX MICKELSON
15240 N.E. 12th Ave., North Miami Beach, FL 33162, 947-4025
Past President
LOUIS A. FRANK LIgT QF PRESIDENTS 1982-83
TRUSTEES
Harry Cohen, Friendship Lodge
Steven Fischman, Sports Lodge
Eric Glaser, Hatikvah Lodge
Henry Marcon, North Shore Lodge
Leo Pam, Col. Marcus Lodge
Mannie Pearl, Haym Salomon Lodge
Joe Sandweiss, Scopus Lodge
Henry Sterling, Harmony Lodge
George Spitzer, Sinai-Weizman Lodge
Sig Topfcr, Eastern Shores Lodge
HONORARY TRUSTEES
Marvin Beckerman
Bert Brown
Maurice Finegold
Louis A. Frank
Judge Milton Friedman
Malcolm H. Fromberg
Joseph Gorinstein
Barry T. Gurland
Arthur Horwitz
Louis Hymson
Jack Kirschbaum
George N. Kotin
Howard M.Neu
Sam Nieberg
E. Albert Pallet
Samuel Pascoe
Jack Rosenberg
Sid Schwarzbach
Norman Sevin
Sam I. Silver
Fred Snyder
Leon Steinman
deceased
BEN YEHUDA LODGE NO. 2962, North Miami
Beach
Dr. Harry Weisberger, 19380 Collins Ave., Apt. 618.
North Miami Beach. FL 33160. Tel. 935-1495
BRANDEIS LODGE NO. 2705, North Miami Beach
Gabriel Fisher, 3020 Marcos Dr., Apt. S-508, North
Miami Beach, FL 33160. Tel. 931-3096
COL. MARCUS LODGE NO. 2884, North Miami
Beach
Nathan Cutler, 2801 N.E. 183rd St., Apt. 2117, North
Miami Beach. FL 33160. Tel. 931-1576
DEDICATION LODGE NO. 2743, North Miami Beach
Bernard Graber, 1770 N.E. 191st St., Apt. 415. North
Miami Beach, FL 33179, Tel. 949-0394
DREYFUS LODGE NO. 2775, North Miami Beach
Max Vecker (Acting President), 1551 N.E. 167th St.,
Apt. 607, North Miami Beach, FL 33162, Tel. 945-9993
EASTERN SHORES LODGE NO. 2954, No. Miami
Beach
Jack Reyer, 3750 N.E. 169th St., Apt. 301. North
Miami Beach, FL 33160, Tel. 940-1846
FREEDOM LODGE NO. 2421, Miami Beach
Nathan Vlock, 1050 93rd St.. Bay Harbor Island. FL
33154, Tel. 865-3577
FRIENDSHIP LODGE NO. 2795, North Miami Beach
Harry Caplan, 1351 Miami Gardens Dr., North Miami
Beach, FL 33179, Tel. 944-5201
GOLD COAST LODGE NO. 2608, Miami Beach
Sidney Goodman, 5600 Collins Ave., Apt. 6-U, Miami
Beach, FL 33140, Tel. 864-0671
HARMONY LODGE NO. 2463, North Miami Beach
Reuben Stream, 2935 N.E. 163rd St., Apt. 5J, North
Miami Beach, FL 33160. Tel. 940-5065
HATIKVAH LODGE NO. 2362, Miami Beach
Eric Glaser, 1500 Bay Road, Apt. 717, Miami Beach,
FL 33139, Tel. 672-4081
HAVEN LODGE NO. 2903, North Miami Beach
Mike Maged, 18051 Biscayne Blvd.. Apt. 1503, North
Miami Beach, FL 33160. Tel. 931-8820
Here's Why You Should
Belong To B'nai B'rith.. .
to Identity with tfia Jewish community
f o help tight anti-Semitism and all forms of bigotry
to work tor your community
to help tha Stilt ot Israel
to build an Informed Jewry
#to promote good citizenship
to help build character In our youth
to help promote human rights human dignity
to provide vocational service tor our young people
to aarva tho armed torcoa I veterans In hospitals
Serving is Believing
Believing is Belonging
HAYM SALOMON LODGE NO. 2885. North Miami
Beach
Murray Levy. 250 174th St., Apt. 1406, North Miami
Beach. FL 33160. Tel. 931-8169
ARON SCHAFFER-HESED LODGE NO. 3010.
Miami Beach
Joseph Rosenthal, 4101 Pine Tree Dr., Apt. 1124,
Miami Beach. FL 33140. Tel. 673-8663
HOTEL EXECUTIVE LODGE NO. 2690. Miami
Beach
Mike Fruchter, 12931 Aurelia Road. North Miami, FL
33181, Tel. 891-3463
ISAIAH LODGE NO. 2955, Miami Beach
Irving Jacknis, 1100 11th St.. Apt. 403, Miami Beach,
FL 33139, Tel. 672-2325
ISRAEL LODGE NO. 2676, North Miami Beach
Max Cooper, 1501 N.E. Miami Gardens Dr., North
Miami Beach, FL 33179, Tel. 947-1597
JUDEA LODGE NO. 2855, Miami Beach
Nathaniel Kutcher, 7135 Collins Ave., Apt. 911, Miami
Beach, FL 33141. Tel. 868-1666
KEY BISCAYNE LODGE NO. 3121, Key Biscayne
Theodore Kreuter, 1111 Crandon Blvd., Apt. A-905,
Key Biscayne, FL 33149, Tel. 361-3905
LAKE CARMEL LODGE NO. 3074, North Miami
Beach
Harvey Berman, 445 N.E. 195th St., North Miami
Beach. FL 33179. Tel. 651-0210
L CH AIM LODGE NO. 3013, North Miami
Dr. Larry Semer, 1503 N.W. 113th Ave., Pembroke
Pines, FL 33026, Tel. (0) 458-3094, (H) 432-7315
LEVI ESHKOL LODGE NO. 2786, North Miami
Beach
Milton Katz, 1101 N.E. 191st St., North Miami Beach,
FL 33179, Tel. 945-8677
MACCABEE LODGE NO. 2579, Miami Beach
Maxwell Corn, 1228 West Avenue, Apt. 701, Miami
Beach, FL 33139, Tel. 672-5867
MAIMONIDES LODGE NO. 2812, North Miami
Beach
Julius Gerber, 251 N.E. 187th St., North Miami Beach,
FL 33179, Tel. 652-4056
ME AMI LODGE NO. 2393, North Miami Beach
Irving Green. 400 N.E. 143rd St.. North Miami, FL
33161, Tel. 891-7617
MEL FEIGELES LODGE NO. 2043, North Miami
Beach
Sidney Gelb, 7513 Mutiny Ave., North Bay Village, FL
33141, Tel. 865-2231
MIAMI BEACH LODGE NO. 1591, Miami Beach
Gershon Miller, 420 Lincoln Rd., Suite 506. Miami
Beach, FL 33139, Tel. (0) 538-6415-6. (H) 534-4036
MIAMI LAKES LODGE NO. 3009, Miami Lakes
Evan Langbein, 15421 Turnbull Dr., Miami Lakes, FL
33014, Tel. (0) 373-3606. (H) 823-7700
MIAMI LATIN UNIT LODGE NO. 5164. Miami
Beach
Leon Yarmus, 6039 Collins Ave., Apt. 1523. Miami
Beach. FL 33140. Tel. 868-4963
NORTH SHORE LODGE NO. 1744. Miami Beach
Norman Superetein. 9000 Garland Ave., Miami Beach,
FL 33154, Tel. 865-3925
PRINCE GEORGE LODGE NO. 3123. Hallandale
Isadore Wolkoff, 1865 South Ocean Drive, Apt. 17J,
Hallandale. FL 33009, Tel. 456-7626
SANS SOUCI LODGE NO. 3065, North Miami
Harold Brown, 2150 Sans Souci Blvd.. Apt 1507,
North Miami, FL 33181, Tel. 891-9596
SCOPUS LODGE NO. 2718, Miami
Jerry Kristal, 2821 N.E. 163rd St., No. 5X, North
Miami Beach, FL 33160, Tel. (0) 350-4729, (HI 940-9429
SIMCHA A VENTURA LODGE NO. 2911. North
Miami Beach
Sidney Rosenfeld, 3625 N. Country Club Dr.. Apt
1402, North Miami Beach, FL 33180, Tel. 931-7859
SINAI WEIZMAN LODGE NO. 2709, North Miami
Beach .
Carl Beck, 19001 N.E. 14th Ave., North Miami Beach.
FL 33179, Tel. 944-6978
SPORTS LODGE NO. 2834, Miami
Steven R. Fischman, 3323 Atlanta St., Hollywood, H
33021, Tel. (0) 531-1151. (H) 983-4149
SUNNY ISLES LODGE NO. 2806, North Miami
Beach _. ..
Carl Friedman. 500 Bayview Drive, Apt. 2019. Norto
Miami Beach, FL 33160, Tel. 947-5763
WOODSIDE LODGE NO. 3060, North Miami Beach
Sam Schleikorn, 16950 W. Dixie Highway, Apt.
North Miami Beach, FL 33160, Tel. 947-6837
To: B'nal B'rith Regional Office
Richard Bernstein, Regional Director
17070 Collins Avenue, Suite 250
North Miami Beach, Florida 33160
947-3744/947-3745
I am interested in joining B'nal B'rith. Please have someone contact me.
Name.
.Phone.
Address.
City____
-ZIP-


Jewish Floridian
Friday. September 17,1962
Section C
pays of Awe
Soul needs Rosh hashonah an6 yom kippuR
they exercise
Jewish Loyalties
moae than Others
By JONATHAN SACKS
London Chronicle Syndicate
RABBI SHMELKE of Nikolsburg once said:
"If I had the choice, I would rather not die. For in
the world to come there are no Days of Awe. And
what can the soul of man do without the Days of
Judgement?"
A strange reason for wanting to live. But true,
nonetheless. The soul needs Rosh Hashonah and
Yom Kippur. If we were to choose days in the cal-
endar which enhanced life, these surely would be
the last on the list. The excitement of Simchat
Torah, perhaps, or the uninhibited celebration of
Purim; Pesach and our historical roots; or the
peace of Shabbat. But the Days of Awe exercise
their call on Jewish loyalties more than any
others. The soul knows its needs.
Why? Could it be this, that each ot our lives
traces out a story? And a story needs its division
into chapters a pause after an interval of time,
to consider where we have reached and where we
are going. What's the use, to paraphrase Alice, of
a story without chapters? It would read like a
headlong rush to a predestined end.
THE JEWISH CALENDAR is full of pauses,
the seventh day, the seventh month, the seventh
year. The reason? Because we take a peculiar view
of life. We do not stake our religious claims on a
few exalted moments of revelation, or on with-
drawal from the stresses and dilemmas of ordi-
nary existence, or on dreams of a world after this
where all is peace. Our offering is our life, taken
in its entirety. It is our only significant work of
art. So we must pause, as the writers of our con-
tinuing autobiography, to see whether the story is
keeping to its intended outline, whether we must
Continued on Page 2-C
Israel's Year in Review
f Rom Tgrror to tRiumph, StRuqqle Against Alienation
By DR. WALTER EYTAN
A GREAT DEAL can happen in Israel in the
course of 12 months, and usually it does. The year
5742 was distinguished by two events of ex-
ceptional importance: the final evacuation of
Sinai on April 25 and, six weeks later to the day, a
major military operation against the PLO in Le-
banon.
Both were dramatic, indeed traumatic. There
was fierce domestic resistance to the pullback
from Sinai, especially from the Yamit area which
hundreds of Israeli families had developed, trans-
forming barren desert into profitable farmsteads.
It was not they, however, who put up the most
violent resistance, having been compensated li-
berally for their loss. Opposition came almost
wholly from nationalist diehard* and their politi-
cal backers, who had never reconciled themselves
to the peace treaty with Egypt.
THE GOVERNMENT, determined to carry
out its treaty obligations, was in no mood to be
defied. The last resisters had to be removed by
force, or at least a show of force: their hearts were
hardly in it when the moment of truth arrived.
With the formal provisions of the peace treaty
now all fulfilled, Israel has, for the first time since
1948, a secure southern border. Here lies the most
palpable justification of the Camp David Agree-
ments, in which Prime Minister Menachem
Begin, President Anwar Sadat and President
Jimmy Carter took such pride. It was their finest
handiwork. Now President Sadat is gone his
assassination, at the very start of this Jewish
year, affected Israel deeply while Jimmy
Carter has returned to the privacy of his Georgia
home.
The operation against the PLO, renamed
"Peace for Galilee," had long been part of Israel's
contingency plans. It was obvious that it could
not be launched until the peace treaty with Egypt
had come fully into effect with the withdrawal
from Sinai. With the multinational force, recruit-
ed by the U.S.A. supervising the maintenance
of peace in that area, the Begin Government was
free to transfer its active attention to the north.
THERE, IN Galilee, the PLO was harassing
the civilian population, which had begun to thin
out dangerously. Hundreds of families had, over
the years, abandoned the main town of Kiryat
Shmona, weary of living under constant threat of
shelling and forced to spend nights on end in
underground shelters. It was no place in which to
bring up children. At the same time, intelligence
sources told of the PLO's escalated armament
build-up across the border in southern Lebanon.
It was clear that sooner or later Israel would have
to remove that threat which could be done only
by destroying the PLO forces and fortifications
for good and all.
The campaign was militarily, in the most literal
sense, a smashing success. "Peace for Galilee"
had not originally been directed against the
Syrian troops stationed in Lebanon on the pretext
of "peace-keeping" or "deterrence," but their in-
Continued on Page 6-C
Israeli soldiers in Lebanon with Palestinian flag and picture of Yasir Arafat. The photo was
taken on June 11 during a lull in the fighting. The war began on June 6, the 15th anniversary of
the Six-Day War and the liberation of Jerusalem.


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the Soul neeOs Rosh hashona ano yom kippim
Continued from Page 1-C
change the direction in the coming chapter;
whether we must go back and erase mistakes.
It is written in the Sefer Hachinnuch: "Out of
kindness towards His creatures, God remembers
them and reviews their actions every year on
Rosh Hashonah, that their sins may not grow too
numerous, and there may be room for forgive-
ness; and being few, He may forgive them. For if
He were not to remember them for a long time,
their sins would so accumulate as to doom the
world, God forbid. So this holy day assures the
world of survival."
Or: this is the book of life that we have written
so far. Take it, we pray You, and read it. We know
some of its errors and shortcomings. But this is
the next chapter we have planned, to brine the
story back to its course. Have we the right to con-
tinue? Allow us to complete our book of life.
BUT IT IS NOT always that easy. Sometimes
we can have the sense that the whole book is
subtly untrue. That the character whose life we
have been acting out is not ourselves.
How does it happen?
Rosh Hashonah, this year. We no longer feel as
safe as we once did. Social unrest, terrorism, vio-
lence, the fear of a great anger on the verge of ex-
pression. Are we reading the opening chapter of a
familiar story that we thought we would never
hear again?
Michael B., a teen-ager, is walking home from
school. What does he know of such worries? He
was born after the Holocaust; to him it is not
even a memory. He has grown up in the kind of
security that has left him with no real worries
about his future. He knows that once Jews were
anxious, driven and persecuted. But he has not
met with this mentality in his experience. It is a
kind of caricature. The alternative image is much
more real to him: of Israel as a place where Jews
are safe, where when attacked, they fight back
where one can be proud.
That he is a Jew is perhaps the last thing on his
mind when they set on him, a group of skinheads,
and leave him some minutes later with a bloody
nose, shaken and bewildered. In those minutes he
has heard slogans that had remained dormant but
alive for forty years. Is this how it was? Does this,
he wonders for the first time, explain the look of
watchfulness that he has noticed and hitherto
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MIMI ABEL
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Elioyhu and Y'Shayohu
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Sincere Wishes for a Very Happy New Year
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and FAMILY
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and FAMILY
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and FAMILY
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and FAMILY
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MR. and MRS. JOEL DAUM AND FAMILY DRS. A.D. and ROSE RUCHOCKI Wish All Their Friends A Very Happy New Year
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MR. and MRS. WILUAM CARMEL and CHILDREN ALLAN (BARBARA) CARMEL MICHELLE and MA RC MRS. BARBARA KRAKOW, DAVID and BETH pR. and MRS. JERALD (ANDREA) CARMEL BRETTL, JENNIFER and AMANDA MR. and MRS. ROBERT (LINDA) SOSSIN RHONDA, ANDREW and DEANNA Wishing A Happy, Health and Prosperous New Year To Their Relatives and Friends ABE and LEAH EISENMAN and Sons DAVID and MORRIE Wish All Their Friends A Very Happy New Year
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Messiah's entry into Jerusalem,' by Sigmund Forst.
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dismissed, in older Jewish eyes?
ABSURD, he had always thought, to go
around searching for signs of anti-Semitism. He
had seen it, in his mind's eye. as a kind of ritual,
like the searching for crumbs before Pesach. All
the crumbs had gone long before, and yet his
father had still sprinkled some so that the search
would not be in vain. Fear of persecution was like
that. You invented the symptoms to convince
yourself that you were not being irrational. That,
at any rate, was what he had told himself. And he
was not going to change his mind in a hurry.
But since then he has walked more carefully.
He does not go home alone. Things unsettle him.
That abuse flung from a passing car. Why him?
He rehearses what he would have replied: So
what if I go to a Jewish school? Does that make
me responsible for unemployment? Am I taking
anyone else's job? Am I responsible for the poli-
Continued on Page 4-C
MR. and MRS. SIDNEY FAGIN
and FAMILY
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A Very Happy New Year
DR. and MRS. JACK J. FALK
Wish A Happy New Year
To All Their Relatives and Friends
MR. and MRS. STEVEN FEIG
and SONS
CLAYTON and RYAN
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A Very Happy New Year
DR. and MRS. JEFFREY FElNGOLD
ERIC and GLEN
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A Happy and Healthy New Year
MR. and MRS. G. FELDENKREIS
and FAMILY
New Year Greetings
To All Our Friends
MR. and MRS. AINSLEE FERDIE
Marshall, Meredith and Deborah
Wish All A Very Happy New Year
MR. and MRS. J. MAURICE FINKEL
and Children
MARCIA, ELLIOTT and SETH
New Year Greetings To All Our Friends
MR. and MRS.
SAMUEL FRIEDLAND
and FAMILY
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
MA. AND MRS. MORRIS FUTERAN
and FAMILY
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A Very Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Al H. First and Family
Dr. and Mrs. Allan Baumal and Family
Dr. and Mrs. William B. Cooper and Family
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A Happy and Healthy New Year
MR. and MRS. IRVING FIRTEL
and FAMILY
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DR. and MRS. MORRYFOX
and family
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and Children
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MRS. PAUL GAIER
and FAMILY
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CAPTAIN and MRS. HYMAN P. GALBUT
and Children
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A Happy and Prosperous New Year
MR. and MRS. BARTON S. GOLDBERG
Best Wishes
for
A Happy and Healthy New Year
MICHAEL and NANCI GOLDSTEIN
and FAMILY
New Year's Greetings
MR. and MRS. HERBERT GOPMAN
PAULETTE, ARTHUR, JUDI,
JONATHAN
and MRS. FREDA ALALSWANGER
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MARTIN, LINDA, TRACY, LAURA GALLANT
JILL and BRIAN GOLDBERG
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A Very Happy New Year
MR. and MRS. ROBERT GARBER
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
REPRESENTATIVE
ROBERTA FOX
and HUSBAND
MIKE GOLD
Extend To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy New Year
Of?, and MRS. N. RALPH FRANKEL
and FAMILY
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A Happy and Healthy New Year
MR. and MRS. SOL FRANKEL
and FAMILY
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A Very Happy New Year
A Very Happy and Prosperous
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ALEXANDER S. GORDON
and FAMILY
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and FAMILY
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North Miami Beach, Fl
Have A Peaceful and Joyous Year
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CAROL and LORRAINE GREENBERG
Happy New Year Holiday
To All
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and FAMILY
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the Soul needs Rosh hashonah, yom kippuu
to spend my time being worried about being at-
tacked or insulted, then count me out. I didn t
Continued from Page 3-C
cies of the Israeli Government? I'm English. I'm
no different from you. But then he never does
get the chance to reply.
This year, as he prepares to go to shul on Rosh
Hashonah, something is not quite as it was. In-
stead of being prepared to feel dutifully bored, he
feels quietly angry.
This is Your book, not mine, he is thinking. I
don't know where or why it started: this tension
between the world and the Jew. But I am no party
to the quarrel. If being a Jew means being a
decent human being, with a social conscience, and
a willingness to work for charitable causes, then I
have no argument. I feel as strongly about un-
employment, inner-city deprivation, racial discri-
mination, as anyone else. But if it means having
choose to be a party to this ancient animosity. I
didn't choose to be chosen, and I'd much rather 1
hadn't been. Write me out of the plot of Youi
book.
THE FIRST MORNING. They are reading
from the Torah. The same special Rosh Hashonah
tune, elegiac, melancholy, the tune of a sad, not
stubborn people. Unusually for him, Michael B. is
following the story with ironic fascination. Sarah
has given birth at last to her son. She is laughing.
Abraham how Jewishly makes a great feast.
And Sarah notices that Ishmael, her handmaid s
son, is mocking. She asks Abraham to send
mother and son away.
Abraham is reluctant: after all, this is also his
HARRY and JEAN HARRISON
and FAMILY
Best Wishes for
A Happy Rosh Hashanah
MR. and MRS. LOUIS HAUSER
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
MR. and MRS. MAX HEIMOWITZ
and FAMILY
Wish A Happy
Healthy, Prosperous, New Year
New Year's Greetings To All
MR. and MRS. ARTHUR HERSHBIEN
JILL and MARTIN HERSHBIEN and BRAD
EDDYSE and HAROLD KESSLER
LEE and CARL, ANDREA and ROD OCHS
MR. and MRS. LOUIS HYMSON
SHERYL, STUART and SUAN
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
L'Shana Tova
from
NINA and PAUL INDIANER
and FAMILY
MR. and MRS. JERRY ISAN
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
DR. and MRS. GEORGE JACOBSON
and FAMILY
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Very Happy and Prosperous New Year
BRUCE A. JULIEN, M.D.
ARTHUR J. SCHATZ, M.D.
New Year Greetings To All
WERNER KAHN
Wishes All His Friends
A Happy New Year
MRS. LEON KAPLAN
MRS. UNDA BRICKMAN
KAREN PATTI and KENNETH
MR. and MRS. EDWIN GINSBERG
L YNN, SUSAN and DONALD
MR. and MRS. STANLEY M. KAPLAN
KATYand JONATHAN
A Happy New Year To All
MR. and MRS. MURRA Y KA YE
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year___
MRS. DESIDERIOKELLERMANN
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
Best Wishes For The New Year
JUDY and LENNIE KUGLER
DR. and MRS. HERMAN KORENVAES
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
THE KRAMERS
Harvey and Ann
Gordon, Sally, Joshua and David
Wish All Their Friends
A Happy New Year
LAURA and RICHARD KREIGER FINK
Wish Their Friends and Relatives
A Very Happy New Year
DR. and MRS. GARY KREITMAN
and FAMILY
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A Very Happy New Year
MR. and MRS. GEORGE KRONENGOLD
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A Very Happy New Year
MR. and MRS. KENNETH G. KRONOWITZ
DEBBIE, STEVE and TRACY
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A Very Happy New Year
DR. and MRS. MILES E. KUTTLER
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Happy and Healthy New Year
CYNTHIA and NORMAN LAWRENCE
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
MR. and MRS. EDWARD LAWRENCE
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
, son. But God agrees with Sarah. And the two are
' sent away. They wander in the desert. Their water
has gone. They prepare to die. God hears the cry
of the boy. He sends, miraculously, a well of water
for Hagar and her son. He is going to protect Ish-
mael, and make of him a nation.
Michael B. is wondering. Couldn't Sarah, or at
least Abraham, see what they were doing? Wasn't
that the classic way of creating envy, resentment?
Surely they were not sending Ishmael away to
die- And if they were not, could they have been
unaware that he would grow up feeling cheated
and displaced? Why could the children not have
grown up together?
Was mockery so terrible that it had to be dealt
with in a way that would make it worse? And
what about Isaac, too young to be conscious of
what was happening? How should he respond if
one day Ishmael should vent on him his long-
harbored grudge? What could he say? On the one
hand he had not been party to the decision. On
:-:
MR. and MRS. SIDNEY LEFCOURT
and FAMILY
Wish Their Friends a Happy New Year
- -
MR. and MRS. AL LEIBERT
and FAMILY
Wish Their Friends A Very Happy New Year
MR. and MRS. BENJAMIN LEIGH
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Relatives and Friends
A Very Happy New Year
MR. and MRS. J.M. LELCHUK
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Very Happy New Year
JUDGE and MRS. SHELDON N. LELCHUK
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A HAPPY New Year
CAROLYN and HARRY LEVY
Wish Everyone A Very Happy New Year
PETER M. LOPEZ
A Happy New Year To All
MR. and MRS. EDWARD V. LUSTIG
and FAMILY
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Very Happy New Year
New Year Greetings
from
MR. and MRS. JOSEPH W. MALEK
ADAM and ROBYN
MRS. SYLVIA LYNN
DR. and Mrs. IRWIN H. MAKOVSKY
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
SENATOR GWEN MARGOLIS
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
MR. and MRS. HARRY MARKOWITZ
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
MR. and MRS. MARTIN MAYER
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
J I
MR. SOL MEQDELL
Wishes All His Friends
A Very Happy New Year


the other, he could hardly pretend that it was
nothing to do with him.
A SUDDEN, eery feeling. Is this how it began?
Am I another Isaac? An heir to anger not of my
making? Is this the pattern that has insinuated
iueli into our history? Wasn't Jacob, Isaac's son,
led bv his mother into an act that made him also
hated by his brother Esau. Wasn't Joseph,
Jacob's son, turned by his father's favoritism into
an object of envy?
Three times, in succeeding generations.
Coincidence, or Divine plan? And if plan, then
wny? Isn't choosing always wrong? The chosen
have a responsibility they did not ask for. The un-
chosen bear a resentment that was not called for.
Michael B. looks around him at the assembled
congregation, the crowded benches.'
He would like to ask them: Why are you here?
You could have stayed away, excluded yourselves
from this endless, cyclical drama. You could have
Tiqay, September 17, 1982 / The Jewish Floridian Page b^C
FRANCES MILLER
Extends Holiday Greetings To Everyone
PHYLLIS and DAVID MILLER
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
DR. and MRS. JULES MINKES
DAN and BONNIE
ROB, KEN, SUZYand PAM
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
L'Shana Tova
from
FRAN and ALAN MINTZ
PAMELA and YONATAN
GREETINGS
TED NELSON
and FAMILY
Bay Harbor Islands
Florida
MR. and MRS. OSCAR NEUMANN
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
JUDGE ROBERT H. NEWMAN
GAIL JAFFE and FAMILIES
Wish You A Happy New Year
SANDIand ALLEN NIRENBERG
JODI
STEVE and LISA
BRUCE and JANIS
Granddaughters DAWN and AMY
Wish All Their Friends A Very Happy New Year
MR. and MRS. HENRY MORTON
and FAMILY
Happy New Year To All
DR. and MRS. SOL NUSSBAUM
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Happy and Prosperous
New Year
MR. and MRS. FRED OBER
and HEIDI LEE
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
MR. and MRS. MICHEAL OUN
and FAMILY
Want To Wish
All Their Friends, Relatives
A Happy New Year
disowned the past. You could have brought the
story to an end by refusing to play your role.
NO ONE LOOKS up. Perhaps they have never
considered the question. Perhaps they are asking
it now.
Someone has left a book on the seat next to
him. Michael picks it up and leafs through, until
his eye is caught by a strange prayer that looks
half-poem, half-accusation. Apparently it was
said by a Rabbi Levi Yitzhak of Berditchev, one
of the early Chasidim of the eighteenth century,
before he began his repetition of the Rosh
Hashonah amida:
. /, Levi Yitzhak of Berditchev, am come
before You, with my prayer and with my plea.
What do you want of Israel?
"Speak." To whom do You speak? To the
children of Israel.
"Talk." To whom do You talk? To the children
of Israel.
MRS. EDWIN B. OPPENHEIM
Wishes All Her Friends
A Very Happy and Prosperous New Year
MRS. JACK PALLOT
MR. and MRS. RICHARD J. HORWICH
Francine and Ronald
Mitchell Sherry and Jenlne
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Very Healthy and Happy New Year
MR. AND MRS.SAMUEL PASCOE
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
PHIL, RANDY, JEFFREY and GARY
PAUL
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
MR. and MRS. HOWARD N. PELZNER
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
DR. and MRS.
MARSHALL A. PEPPER
and FAMILY
Extend Best Wishes For A Happy New Year
To All Their Friends and Relatives
MR. and MRS. LESTER J. PERLE
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends A Happy New Year
MR. and MRS. EARL PERTNOY
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
MICHAEL and MARY ELLEN PEYTON
and Son MICHAEL JOHN
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
LEO AND VERA PLOTKIN
and Daughter AMY
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
MRS. DAVID POST
and FAMILY
New Year Greetings
MR. ROBERT P. RAPCHIK
and
DAUGHTER MICHELLE
Wish All Their Friends
A Happy and Healthy New Year
MRS.SAMRAUCH
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
"Command." Whom do You command? The
children of Israel.
Therefore I ask You, what do You want of Is-
rael? Do you not have many nations? Chaldeans,
Persians, Ishmaelites, Midianites? What do You
want of Israel?
What then? It must be that Israel is dear to
You, who are called: children of God.
Michael B. cannot make out whether Levi
Yitzhak is being angry or proud. Aggressive or
submissive. There is a tone of voice here that he
recognizes as not unlike his own. Evidently, the
rabbi, too, sensed that there was something
almost arbitrary in the Jewish destiny. Why did
it have to be us? Yet he has turned it round from
protest to plea. You chose us; therefore forgive
us. We have done what You asked us; do what we
ask of You. "It must be that Israel is dear to
You."
IS THAT WHAT Isaac said, or Jacob, or
Continued on Page 16-C
MR. and MRS. MARVIN REIS
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
MR. and MRS. BRUCE RICHMAN
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
DR. and MRS. PAUL RICHMAN
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
MR. and MRS. LESTER ROGERS
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
MR. and MRS. ISIDOR ROSA
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends A Happy New Year
BOB, GLORIA, RENEE SHARI,
and TODD ALAN ROSEN
Of 9242 SW 78th Place
Pepperwood, Miami
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Happy and Healthy New Year
MR. and MRS. ALBERT ROSENBERG
and FAMILY
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Very Happy New Year
MR. and MRS. LESTER M. ROSENBERG
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
DR. and MRS. MORTON ROSENBLUTH
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
MR. and MRS. ALBERT ROSENFELD
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy and Peaceful New Year
DR. and MRS. BRUCE ROSENKRANZ
and FAMILY
and the ENTIRE STAFF
Wish You All A Happy, Healthy New Year
Happy New Year
To All Our Family and Friends
THE ROSS FAMILY
BARRY, ELAINE, SHERI and MARC
MR. and MRS. SAM SACKS
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year


pRom tRaqeoy to tRiumph, the StRuqqle Against Wor16 Alienation
Continued from Page 1 ('
volvment was inescapable. Israel "s forces land,
sea and air operated like clockwork, destroying
even Syrians dreaded SAM-6 missile batteries and
an impressive number of the latest Soviet-built T-
72 tanks.
The whole of southern Lebanon was wiped
clean of the PLO terrorists and largely of the
Syrians too. As happens after every war, how-
ever, the political reckoning was yet to come. Is-
rael has never lost a war, indeed each time it has
strengthened its own security. Yet the political
fruits have eluded it, except in the case of Egypt,
and they are eluding it still. The deep reason is
that small countries, like Israel, may propose, but
it is the Super Powers that dispose. The solution
of Middle East political problems depends at the
best, in the "ultimate reckoning, on the
U.S.A.-and the U.S.A. will risk nothing that
could propel it into physical confrontation with
the USSR.
THE PALESTINIAN problem still bedevils
the situation. If a serious advance could be made
on the autonomy negotiations envisaged at Camp
David, this would be a step forward, but during
most of the year there has been no progress here
at all. Two of the partners invited to the talks,
Jordan and Palestinian representatives from
Judea, Samaria (the West Bank) and Gaza, have
staved away. Whatever results Israel and Egypt
may achieve are unlikely to go very far, unless
they win explicit American backing. The very
idea of autonomy has found no takers in the Arab
world outside Egypt. It is not even certain, in the
<>r
eyes of some observers, that either Israel
Egypt is in any great hurry to resume neimuT
tions. wmm
Under the guidance of Foreign Minister Yit,
hak Shamir, Israel had this year busily mSn
"Peace for Galilee," been mending its fences with
Western Europe. The Minister himself travelled
widely, and his European colleagues from Bri
tain, France, Germany, Italy, Belgium and other
members of the Economic Community visit*
Jerusalem.
The most significant, in its way historic, visit
was that of President Francois Mitterrand in
early March: since 1948, apart from once when a
President of Iceland came in the 1960's, this was
the first time that any European head of state
MR. and MRS. NORMAN SANDMAN
and FAMILY
A Very Happy New Year
To All Our Friends
MR. and MRS. WILLIAM SANES
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
MR. and MRS. NATHAN SARA
and Children
Serena Esther and Jacon Joel
Wish All Their Friends A Happy New Year
MR. and MRS. LAWRENCE SCHANTZ
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
MR. and MRS. HOWARD SCHARLIN
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Relatives and Friends
A Very Happy and Prosperous New Year
MR. and MRS. LEONARD E. SCHWALB
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
MR. and MRS. ARTHUR A. SELEVAN
and FAMILY
of Naveles Industrial
Wishes the Community
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
DR. and MRS. BERT SHAPIRO
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy and Peaceful New Year
MR. ROBERT I. SHAPIRO
and family
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
MR. and MRS. ISAAC SILBERBERG
and FAMILY
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Very Happy New Year
LESLIE SIMMONDS
wishes All His Friends
A Very Happy Holiday
m
New Year's Greetings
CLARA and SEYMOUR SMOLLER
REBEL SOLLOWAY
and
BENES and ALAN GLACKMAN
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
THE ALBERT SOLO FAMILY
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Very Happy New Year
MR. and MRS.
ROGER D. SOMAN
Wish You All
A Very Happy New Year
REPRESENTATIVE
HAL SPAET
and FAMILY
Wish Everyone
A Very Happy New Year
MR. and MRS. BENJAMIN SPECTOR
and FAMILY
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Very Happy New Year
MR. and MRS. SAMUEL SPRUCK
Happy New Year
MR. and MRS. JACOB STEFIN
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
MA. and MRS. CHARLES SIMON
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
MR. MILTON SIRKIN
Wishes All His Friends
A Very Happy New Year
MR. and MRS. IRVIN STEINBERG
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Relatives and Friends
A Very Happy New Year
DR. and MRS. JEROME SUMMERS
VICKIE and LESLIE
Wish Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
SANDY and BETTY SUSMAN
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
MR. and MRS. EDWARD SWERDLIN
and FAMILY
Wish Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
HAROLDTANNEN
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Extends New Year Greetings
To The Entire Jewish Community
DR. and MRS. RODNEY L. TEICHNER
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
Happy New Year Greetings
and Peace For All
JUDGE and MRS. DAVID L. TRASK
MR. and MRS. DAVID PHILLIPS
and FAMILY
MR. and MRS. PAUL LEFKOW
and FAMILY
SETH DANIEL LEFKOW
and FAMILY
MR. and MRS. NORMAN SMITH
and FAMILY
MR. and MRS. BARRY ROBBIN
and FAMILY
MR. and MRS. ARTHUR TURKISH
and FAMILY
MR. and MRS. JEFFREY BRODY
and FAMILY
MR. and MRS. SAMUEL TRAURIG
and family
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
MR. and MRS. JEROME UFFNER
and FAMILY
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Very Happy and Prosperous New Year
MR. and MRS. JOSEPH SURES
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
MR. and MRS. HAROLD C UHR
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Happy New Year
MR. and MRS. RUEBEN UNGAR
and FAMILY
STEPHEN, DOUGLAS, LAWRENCE
and KATIE
Wish All Their Relatives and Friends
A Very Happy New Year
i


Friday, September 17,1982 / The Jewish Floridian Page 7-C
Yamit settlers fought Israeli troops who sought
to evict them on the eve of Apr. 25 as part of the
Sinai evacuation agreement with Egypt.
DR. and MRS. HUGH UNGER
JEFFREY, ADRIANNE and RICHARD
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
JOEL and SYLVIA VOGEL
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Relatives and Friends
A Very Happy New Year
DR. and MRS. LA WRENCE A. WESTON
and THEIR CHILDREN
MR. and MRS. DAVID (MERYL) SCHOEN FIELD
ERIK A and SCOTT
MR. and DAVID (PATRICIA) ALRAN
Wishing A Happy, Healthy and Prosperous
New Year
To Their Relatives and All Their Friends
DR. and MRS. WILLIAM WICKMAN
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Very Happy and Prosperous New Year
DR. and MRS. EDWARD WIENER
and ADAM
Wish All Their Relatives and Friends
A Very Happy New Year
JUDGE and MRS. ARTHUR WINTON
and FAMILY
New Year Greetings To All Our Friends
DR. and MRS. JACK WOLFE
KEITH, NANCY
STEPHEN and SHARON
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Very Happy and Prosperous New Year
MR. and MRS. IRVING MARK WOLFF
Happy New Year Greetings
To All Our Friends
DR. BERNARD YESNER
DR. PAUL GUTLOHN
DR. LEONARD ZIMMERMAN
DR. MARK A. ZAGER
and Their Families
Wish All Their Friends
m Very Happy New Year
STANLEYZAKARIN, D.D.S.
PAUL BUSKER, D.D.S.
HMESSTEIG, D.D.S.
Extend New Year Greetings
To All Their Friends
paid Israel an official visit. Unhappily, the June
war in Lebanon marked a setback in Israel's rela-
tions with Europe: not only the media turned fer-
ociously against Israel, but most governments
too, still appeasing the Arab world (though it had
not lifted a finger to help the PLO), gave vent to
their "horror" and "condemnation."
SIDE BY SIDE with admiration for Israels
military prowess, there has been hope in some cir-
cles, however, that the total realignment of forces
in Lebanon could lead to a happier future for that
country and, with luck, to a reappraisal of Middle
East problems as a whole. Israel's interim agree-
ments with Egypt and Syria after the Yom
Kippur War took two years (1973-75) to nego-
tiate, and even after President Sadat's visit to
Jerusalem in 1977, sixteen months passed before
the peace treaty was signed. Consequently, how-
ever radical the changes may be that "Peace for
Galilee" could produce, it might be over-sanguine
MRS. ALBERT (Betty) ZALKA
Wishes All Her Relatives and Friends
A Very Happy New Year
MR. and MRS. MORTON B. ZEMEL
Pnina, Fred
Alisa, Bruce
and A viva
Wish Their Relative and Friends
A Very Happy and Prosperous
New Year
MR. and MRS. SIGMUND ZILBER
and Son MARTIN
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
MR. and MRS. LEONARD ZILBERT
and Family
MR. and MRS. MURRAY RUBIN
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
MRS. DOR AN ZINNER
and Family
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Very Happy New Year
00
ATTORNEYS
MICHAEL K. FELDMAN
and THEODORE R. NELSON
Extend New Year Greetings
To The Entire Jewish Community
LEFF, PESETSKYandZACK
1367 NE 162nd Street
North Miami Beach 945-7507
Happy New Year
to hope for positive political results too soon.
Two seemingly marginal events deserve to be
recorded. One was Costa Rica's decision the
first of its kind to return its Embassy to Jeru-
salem. More important, at the height of its army's
siege of Beirut, Israel's new ambassador to Zaire
presented his letters of credence in Kinshasa.
Zaire, like almost the whole of Africa, had broken
off diplomatic relations after the Yom Kipput
War nine years ago.
Here was the first breach in this boycott. Zaire
is the largest non-Arab country of the continent,
though politically not the most influential. There
is expectation, however, that its example may in
time induce other African states to review and re-
new their ties with Israel. This would still be far
from the golden age of the 1960s, when Israel had
35 embassies in Africa, but it would be a start,
helping to ally Israel's solitude in the UN and the
Third World.
Happy New Year
MICHAEL SHANE
MICHAEL H. WOLF, ATTORNEY
WOLF and SHANE P. A.
Flagler St. Suite 816
WALTERS, COSTANZA, MILLER
and RUSSELL
Suite 500, 330 North Biscayne Blvd.
Miami, 379-2661
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Maxies at the Holiday Inn
148 N.W. 167 Street
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Happy New Year
Miami Equipment
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1927 NW 36th. Street, Miami635-2313
Happy New Year
Kane's Masterbuilt
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Harold's Garage
5781 Commerce Lane
Miami661-6931
Holiday Greetings
Judy's Bridals & Formats
13797 So. Dixie Hwy.
Miami255-2154
Happy New Year
Twery's Imports
160 NE 40 Street, Miami 576-0564
Happy New Year
Regal Hotel
615 5th. Street, Miami Beach673-0091
Happy New Year
La Belle Realty
18153 NE 19 Ave., No. Miami Bch 947-3571
Extends To All A Very Happy New Year
Morningstars Jewelers
2000 Hollywood Blvd., Hollywood-923-2372
Happy New Year
Rowe Motel
6600 Collins Ave., Mi -mi Beach 866-1616
A Happy New Year To The
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Page8-C The Jewish Floridian/Friday, September 17,1982
IT IS FIVE YEARS since Menachem Begin
crossed the floor of the Knesset after thirty years
in opposition and took up the mantles of premier-
ship. But to many people outside Israel he re-
mains an enigma. Begin s personality has
arguably proved too complex for world public op-
inion and foreign statesmen to come to terms with
him. and his controversial policies have given hirr
the distinction abroad of being the least under
stood of Israel's Prime Ministers.
Whereas many Jews abroad are proud of the
forthright manner in which Begin defends the in-
terests of Israel, some cringe at his style. A
\eusu eek survey last year of U.S. Jews found
that 53 percent thought that Begins policies were
hurting support for Israel against 34 percent who
did not The Jews rated the late President Anwar
Sadat of Egypt to be higher as a peacemaker than
Begin. (A Jerusalem Post poll dui'ng the Leba-
non war in June 1982 showed over 90 percent ap-
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Dr. Louie's
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Porcelainique Studio
12217 So. Dixie Hwy., Miami-251-6767
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ABBE Windows
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B & B Discount Grocery
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1421 Washington Ave., Miami Beach534-6779
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National Iron
7881 NW 29 Street592-5100
Broward and Paim Beach Call Collect
Wisnes All A Happy A/eta. Year
enachem Begin
What moves
the monument?
ByDR.YOELCOHEN
Spector & Sons
575 SW 22 Avenue, Miami642-3151
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Olympia Motel
15701 Collins Ave., No. Miami Beach-947-6541
Happy New Year
Westchester Barber &
Styling Shop
8497 Coral Way261-9105
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Gertler Realty & Associate
Seymour Zucker
940 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach672-2033
A Joyous & Happy New Year To All
Small Fry Camp Galaxy
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Consolidated Bank
900 W. 49 St.Hialeah- 558-1000
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Germain Awning Center
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950 SE 8th. St., Hialeah
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Castle Harbor Sailboat
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Food Spot Stores
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1
proval in Israel for Begins policies).
IF MANY foreign governments look to the dav
when Begin is no longer Prime Minister, the mo*
important matter of support for him inside Im2j
has increased. Elected in 1977 in an electio
which anti-Beginists saw more as a protest vot*
against Labor than a vote for Likud with 4
seats, the Likud unproved its position in the lgsi
elections to 48 seats. And Israel's invasion of Le-
banon has further appeared to raise Beinn's
stature in Israel.
Another Jerusalem Post poll, conducted
month after the initial invasion, found that 51 5
percent of Israelis thought that Begin was the
best Prime Minister His nearest rival as best
Prime Minister was Yitzhak Rabin, with 12 7 per-
cent. Begin in fact dominates Israel's political
scene and one finds it hard to find any other [*.
raeli politician capable of challenging him todav.
In terms of his personality, what others see as
Ellens
221 Miracle Mile, Coral Gables444 8313
Wishes All Its Patrons A Joyous
A nd Happy New Year
Pat Appleson Studio Inc.
1000 NW 159 Drrive625-4435
A Happy New YEAR To All
International Lamps
5769 SW 8th. St.. Miami264-0371
A Happy New Year To All
Kaberaf Modes
315 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach531 5112
Happy New Year
AbeVs Jewelers
12773SW280St., Homestead-257-2346
A Joyous And Happy New Year
Balogh Jewelers
HAPPY NEW YEAR
Joseph Tudisco Antiques
196 Minorca Ave.446-5466
Wishes All A Happy New Year
Venzer's Florida Forecast
1663 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, Florida
Wishes A Happy New Year
Dina Rothbart & Family
The Palette
125 NE 26 St., Miami-573-098(1
Happy New Year
Fred Renaud
Wallpaper Studio
4300 NE 2nd. Ave., Miami-576-0581
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Green Leaves of Miami Inc.
P.O. Box 69-1224, Miami-625-9403
A Happy New Year To All
Richards Fruit Center
1301 Washington Ave., Miami Beach-5384GW
Happy New Year
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Friday, September 17,1982 / The Jewish Floridian Page 9-C
Israel's Prime Minister Menachem Begin traveled
to Cairo for the funeral of Anwar Sadat, Egypt's
assassinated President. He was received in Cairo
by Sadat's successor, Hosni Mubarak.
inflexibility he regards as a commitment to a set
of unshakeable principles. His leadership derives
from a consistency of purpose, a single minded
determination, both a sense of mission and an
inner certainty of being right, rather than from
intellectual stature.
HE BELIEVES that he is entrusted with the
fate of the "remnant" of the Jews in the post-
holocaust era. And to protect them he practices a
"never-again" philosophy of taking any neces-
sary action against a perceived enemy. In a coun-
try where the majority of the citizens come from
Arab lands and favor a strong hand, Begin speaks
for the man in the street, with the Labor opposi-
tion expressing more educated elements, many
from European backgrounds.
Linked to his consistency to principle is his fear
for Israel He sees in every threat from Israel's
- Arab neighbors, in every hostile criticism, reason
for concern. This is the outlook of an Eastern
European Jew whom anti-semitism was powerful
enough to hurt yet too weak to crush his pride, all
of which influenced him towards Zionist rebellion.
It merges well with the general distrust of many
Israelis towards Israel's Arab neighbors.
It is necessary to understand Begins back-
ground. Born in Brest Litovsk in 1913, he was ar-
rested by the Soviets at the outbreak of the
Second World War and sent to a Siberian Labor
camp for advocating Zionism. At one point dur-
ing his imprisonment, guards kept him awake for
60 hours, but he still refused to recant. When
he was released he found that almost his entire
family had been slaughtered by the Nazis.
In his book, The Revolt, on the Irgun under-
ground, he wrote that the Holocaust produced "a
new specimen of human being, a specimen com-
pletely unknown to the world for over eighteen
hundred years: the fighting Jew; who would
never again give in to anti-Semitic enemies. He
was left with a strong Holocaust consciousness:
the world is against us, at best indifferent. The
Jews' existence is constantly in danger.
HIS REFUSAL to risk a Palestinian state on
the West Bank is explained in terms such as "One
third of the Jews were killed. Who dares tell us
what we need for our own security." The PLO and
Arafat are Nazis and a Hitler in disguise, whose
covenant is a new Mein Kampf.
If Begin, a lawyer by profession, is a man of
principle, he is also a man of integrity and hones-
ty. An observant Jew, Begin kept scrupuously to
his promise that Israel would withdraw from
Sinai last April. This was despite the massive
protests at Yamit. At one point Begin threatened
to resign over the anti-withdrawal demonstra-
tions. During the run-up to the election last year,
President Sadat was reported to have said that he
would prefer Begin to be elected rather than
Labor because he could trust Begin to implement
all that he promises. One Israeli columnist said
that Begin had these virtues: "He is serious and
sincere, decent and devoted, gallant, consistent
and courageous."
His strong nationalism is part of his principles.
In Poland, he was the leader of the Jabotinsky
Youth Movement, Betar. After his release from
Siberia during the Second World War, Begin
came to Palestine as a soldier in the Polish exile
army. Later he took over the leadership of the
Irgun Zvai Leumi, which Jabotinsky who re-
Continued on Page 23-C
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Dixie National Bank
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Page 10-C The Jewish Floridian / Friday. September 17, 1982
Rafael eitan: a tRick Up his Sleeve
By SIMON GRIVER
THERE IS MORE than meets the eye to
Rafael Eitan, Israel's eleventh and longest serv-
ing Chief of Staff. On every rung of the military
ladder he managed to impress his superiors, but
never to the degree that any of them expected him
to reach the more senior ranks.
However, Eitan always seems to have an extra
trick up his sleeve. Even when he became the
Chief of Staff in 1978 he was viewed as a "yes"
man who would leave politics to the politicians
He was considered a brave and talented man, but
mainly a practical soldier who had neither the
shrewdness, ability nor ambition to exploit his
position to make political statements.
ISRAEL'S Chiefs of Staff have more than once
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384 Miracle Mille,Coral Gables 446-8144
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770 NW 21 St.634-0636
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200 N.W. 135 St., Miami 687-1472
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1451 Collins Ave., Miami Beach 538-5234
Happy New Year
S. & S. Air Conditioning
7320 NW 58th. St., Miami592-3412
We Wish Everyone A Happy New Year
Marriott Hotel &
Racket Club
1201 NW 42 Ave., Miami649-5000
Happy New Year
Surf side Decor Inc.
9446 Harding Ave., Miami Beach866-0905
Happy New Year
got themselves into hot water with their political
masters. This is in part because the country's im-
mediate military needs make the job hard to
separate from political evaluations, while there
have been incumbents, notably Yitzhak Rabin,
who used the position as a springboard to even
greater power.
Eitan's predecessor, Mordecai Gur, now a
Labor Alignment Knesset Member, was nearly
fired back in 1977 when he publicly announced
that Egyptian President Anwar Sadat's visit to
Jerusalem could be a ruse to conceal a surprise at-
tack. Eitan has been involved in numerous highly
publicized controversies, attracting the wrath of
the Labor Alignment for his hard line views on
territorial concessions. He even fell foul of gov-
ernment circles over his handling of the Sinai
SUNSETTRAVEL
8770 Sunset Drive279-3304
Happy New Year
Jerry Grants Productions
2741 N. 29 Ave., Hlwd.-925-5885
Miami-9441011
A Happy New Year To All
Eva & Co.
A Full Service Salon Catering
To The Women & Men
6629 S. Dixie Hwy.666-7984
A Happy New Year To All
Berkshire Life
Insurance Company
100 Biscayne Blvd., Miami373-6504
Happy New Year
Jonathan Turk
REALTOR
940 Lincoln Rd.-531-5339 or 672-7676
Happy New Year To All
El Cid Restaurant
& Lounge
Le Jeune And Flagler St.541-3514
Happy New Year To All
Floridian Furniture
4795 SW 8th. St., Miami, Fla.448-2639
Happy New Year
Oscar's Restaurant
5713 Sunset Drive, Miami-667-5158
Happy New Year
Pampered Lady
Women Apparel
1589 Dadeland Mall, Miami661-7517
Happy New Year
SALONBLANCO
970 Arthur Godfrey Rd., Miami Beach532-6017
We Wish AU Our Friends & Customers
A Very Happy New Year
Westchester
Cleaners
8687 Coral Way, Miami264-7733
Happy New Year To All
Tropical Paper Box Co.
7000 NW 25th. Street, Miami592-5520
Happy New Year
Philip H. Bergman, C.P.A.
8001 NW 36 St., Suite 100-591-3631
Happy New Year To All

withdrawal.
But Eitan's military credentials are impecca-
ble. Born in 1929 in the Jezre'el Valley moshav of
Tel Adashim, where he still lives, his father was
Moshe Kaminsky, one of the founders of the
Hashomer movement. Eitan left school at 13, pre-
ferring the practical life of farming. He has never
fully shaken off the stigma of being a man who is
no intellectual, even though he later studied for
several years at various military colleges.
AT AGE 17, HE joined the Palmach and dur-
ing the War of Independence he was wounded
while fighting in the Katamon quarter of Jerusa-
lem. Eitan has led something of a charmed life, so
often has he been in the thick of battle. He was
wounded twice more, near Tiberias, in the early
fifties while conducting a reprisal raid for which
he received a bravery citation, and at Kantara in
1968.
In the Sinai campaign of 1956 he was a bat-
Crest Hotel & Apartments
1670 James Ave., M.B.531-0321
Happy New Year
Holiday Gifts &
Cards Inc.
Westchester Mall8484 Coral Way-2264602
New Years Greetings
Gottex Of Israel
777 NW 72 Ave.261-4700
Sharon Klenk
Wishes All Their Friends & Customers
A Happy New Year
Sunrise Gardens
Retirement Home
22790SW 112 Ave., Miami253-2730
Happy New Year
Jack Thomas Inc.
311 NE 13 Terr., Miami-358-5511
Happy New Year To All
Carl's Camera Shop
7401 Collins Ave., Miami Beach
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Happy New Year
Car Recycling. Inc.
8130 NW 74 St.592-6880
Holiday Greetings
Hot Tots, Inc.
'Specializing In Children's Accessories'
13325 SW 108 Place-238-7230
Happy New Year To All
163 St. Cycle Center
1238 NE 163 St., N. Miami Beach -945-4511
Happy New Year To Our
Customers and Friends
Monahan's
Electric Company
4050 NW 29th. St., Miami871-3163
New Years Greetings
International Linens Inc.
Omni International Miami358-0915
20% Off with This Coupon
Happy New Year To All
Youngblood
Roofing Co.
10SS NW36 St.635-2501
Happy New Year To All
Team Mobile Service
3647 NW 36 St., Miami 635-2970
Happy New Year


^
Friday, September 17,1982. The Jewish Floridian Page 11-C
RAFAEL EYTAN: he may be remembered as
much (or his educational interests as for his
military exploits.
talion commander, in the Six-Day War a briga ie
commander, and shortly after the Yom Kippur
War was placed as Head of Northern Command.
In 1977, he was promoted to the Head of General
Staff and became Chief of Staff the following
year.
Hirsh Goodman, military Correspondent of the
Jerusalem Post, served as a paratrooper under
Eitan's command. He describes Eitan as having
an uncanny ability to inspire his men and make
them not want to disappoint him. Goodman re-
calls an incident on the Golan Heights when a re-
porter asked Eitan how he saw the situation in
Syria. "Through my binoculars" answered Eitan.
In fact Eitan always avoided journalists before
becoming Chief of Staff. But the taciturn
mosharnik suddenly transformed himself into
probably the most interviewed and publicized
Chief of Staff Israel has ever had.
HIS FIRST media campaign was ironically
that the press should be more restrained in crit-
icizing Israel. His assertion that the West Bank
and Gaza were needed if Israel were to be properly
defended was seen by the Labor opposition as
grossly violating the bounds of his responsibil-
k ies Eitan'8 negative approach to evicting set-
tlers first on the West Bank and later in Sinai
brought him reprimands from Defense Ministers
Ezer Weizmann and Ariel Sharon. In Sinai he
publically told settlers that he would try to
change government policy on the evacuation.
Humor mongers had it that only Prime Minister
Begin's personal admiration of Eitan saved him
from being fired.
Eitan was also attacked for reducing the sen-
tences of soldiers found guilty of shooting to kill
Arab protesters. And only a week before the Leb-
anese invasion some Knesset Members were
angry because he had said that the only solution
to the problem of the PLO was a military one.
But in matters purely military nobody can find
fault with Eitan. The execution of the Lebanese
war could not have been more effective. One of his
peace time achievements was to reduce the num-
ber of training fatalities by 40 percent.
IT IS THEREFORE ironic that his 26 year old
son Yoram was killed in 1981 when piloting a
practice flight. Eitan had lost his only other son
who died during an asthma attack when just 10.
These tragedies are shared by his wife, Miriam,
and their three daughters.
Eitan is still very much the farmer who dis-
dains the "cocktail circuit" and is no after-dinner
speaker. One of his first orders as Chief of Staff
was that his limousine be replaced by a modest
Ford Escort. Making no bones of his dislike of
modern sophistication, he yearns for the austere
values of the pioneering days and regrets what he
sees as the negative values that affluence is intro-
ducing to Israeli society.
But inevitably history will judge Eitan's mili-
tary career by the war in Lebanon, during his re-
cord fifth year in office. At the time of writing, it
is as yet too early to judge how much "Operation
Peace for Galilee' will gain politically for Israel.
Militarily, it was an outstanding operation. In
any case. Eitan will take either some of the credit
or the blame for the overall outcome of the coun-
try's sixth and most recent war.
INTERESTINGLY ENOUGH, in historical
perspective Eitan's term of office may be remem-
bered primarily not for its purely military aspects
but in the field of education. The Chief of Staff
has channelled increasing resources into educa-
tional projects for soldiers lacking elementary
skills, providing them with a part of that basic
education which they missed in civilian life. Eitan
sees this as a policy which will be of equal service
to the army and to Israeli society as a whole.
Skylake Opticians Inc.
1835 NE 185th. St., No. Miami Beach 932-5601
A Happy New Year To All
Soler Jewelry Corp
36 NE 1st. St., Miami 379-6677
Happy New Year
Super Travel Inc.
777 NW 72nd. Ave., Miami 266-6020
Wishing The Entire Jewish Community
A Joyous and Happy New Year
Tropical Glass
7933 NW 7th. Ave., Miami 757-0651
Happy New Year
Van Bower Spas
1131 71st. St., Miami Beach 868-4633
Happy New Year
Westchester Card &
Candy Boutique Inc.
8449 Coral Way, Miami 264-8252
Happy New Year
Don Wilkes Plumbing
117-85 NW 17th. Ave., Miami 685-6143
A Happy New Year To All
LEAR SCHOOL
11211 Biscay ne Blvd., Miami 893-5351
Happy New Year
The Dolphin's Cove Inc.
79 Merrick Way, Coral Gables 442-9542
Happy New Year
Juvenile Center inc.
2031 NE 163 St.. North Miami Beacn 947-1771
18844 S. Dixie Hwy., Miami 235-6531
Now Year Greetings
Larry Marks & Co. Inc.
Wholesale Ladies Ready To-Wear
541 NW 27 St., Miami 576-6587
Happy New Year
Certified Poultry &
Egg Company
763 West 18 Street, Hialeah 3794)675
Happy New Year
Tropex Batteries
2100 NW 17 Ave., Miami 3250535
Happy New Year
Supertype Inc.
1399 SE 9th. Avenue.Hialeah885-6241
Happy New Year
Concord Cafeteria
1921 Collins Ave., M.B. 534-4883
Happy New Year
Tony's Marine Service Inc.
243 NW South River Drive, Miami545-0968
Happy New Year
Triangle Emergency Safety
& Fire Equipment Co.
5280 NW 77 Ct., Miami592-1511
A Happy New Year To
The Entire Jewish Community______
Dr. Jerome F. Jacobs, Podiatrist
and Family
1688 Meridian Ave., Suite#100
Miami Beach, Fla.531-8874
Happy New Year To All___
Pan American Carpet
Cleaning Co.
6543 SW 27th. Street940-4147(Dade)
Happy New Year____________
Elsie Undergarment
Company
8295 West 20 Ave., Hialeah822-6981
Happy New Year To All_______
Compliments of
California Club Realty, Inc
1564 Ives Dairy Road
North Miami Beach(305)652-0300
Happy New Year
T-SHIRT EXPRESS
1139 SW 40 St.-553-7777
Happy New Year
Copenhagen Danish
Bakery Gourmet Shoppe
13045 SW 89 Place, Miami233-3011
Happy New Year
Twin City Glass Co.
1220 16th. St., Miami Beach673-2967
A Happy New Year To All
Lou & Son Roofing Corp.
17520 So. Dixie Hwy.232-1400
State Licenced & Certified
A Happy New Year To All
ENFIELDS
4000 NW 30th. Ave., Miami633-1551
Extends To The Entire Jewish community
A Happy New Year
Hi-Grade Food Co.
240 NE 71 St., Miam758-0516
Wish To All Friends And
Customers A Happy New Year
J & P Regulators &
Carburetors Inc.
2220 NE 2 Ave., Miami573-1940
New Years Greetings To All
Werner Kahn Studio
923 Arthur Godfrey Rd.531-1872
Wishes Everyone A Happy New Year
Alco Roofing Co.
261 6005
Reroofing. Repairs. Licensed And Insured. Free Estimates
A Very Happy New Year To All


Pgel2-C The Jewish Floridian / Friday, September 17,1982
ROYAL PALACE, refuge for Jewish insur-
gents, haven for recluse monks, the Judean
desert's "newest" tourist attraction is actually
some two thousand years old. Due to intensive
development work recently undertaken by the
Jewish National Fund (Keren Kayemeth Leis-
rael), an even larger flow of visitors both local
and foreign will be drawn to a locale which may
be called the younger sister to Masada: Mount
Herodion.
Originally designed by King Herod the Great
as a governmental center and his eventual buria!
place, Herodion's history continued long after thi
death of its builder. During the Jewish uprising
against the Romans in 70 BCE the uprising
which made Masada famous and during the
Bar Kochba rebellion sixty years later, it served
as the headquarters for the Zealots until they
were overcome by Roman legions. Left in ruins
for hundreds of years, it then became a refuge for
Christian monks and hermits during the fifth and
Brake World
Westchester
8851 Bird Road 226-4588
Happy New Year To All
Martha's Flower Shop
3921 Alton Rd- Near 41 St., M.B.-538-5523
Happy New Year
Suniland Pet Shop
11429 South Dixie Hwy., Miami-235-1821
Happy New Year
Don M. Rutledge
Decorators
4970 N. Kendall Drive, Miami661-0500
Happy New Year To All
20/20 Opticians
1990 NE 163 Street, No. Miami Beach949-2020
6201 SW 70 Street, South Miami666-2020
Happy New Year To All
Minna Lee
252 Miracle Mile C.G.443-4264
Happy New Year
The House Of
Tropical Fish
6855 West 4th. Ave., Hialeah 557-0071
Happy New Year To All
Dorene Inc.
11401 South Dixie Hwy., Miami235-7212
Happy New Year
Fox's Sherron Inn
6030 South Dixie Highway, Miami666-2230
Happy New Year To All
Active Pest Control
All Dade County Pest Control, Termite Control, Lawn
Spraying, Furniture Fumigation
For Service Call681-8822/681-4848
645 NW 128th St. North Miami
Happy New Year
Home Lumber Industrial
Supply Corporation
1050 E. 25 St., Hialeah691-8515
Happy New Year
Haircutting Station
Eat'd 1979
10675 SW 88 Street274-1845
Wishes A Happy New Year To The
Entire Jewish Community
Burck Air
Conditioning Corp.
5043 SW 8th Street-442-8023 or 442-8055
A Happy New Year To All
jnfRestopes
king hecoo's
Regal Castle
By EFRAIM SHEDLETZKY
sixth centuries, and traces of their monastery
have been uncovered.
DOMINATING THE surrounding hill country
of the Judean desert just west of the Dead Sea
with Arad and the Negev to the south, the curious
cone-shaped mountain fortress was excavated by
Franciscan monks in 1962-67. Following the Six
Day War in 1967, Israeli archeologists and the
Jewish National Fund have taken over the resto-
ration efforts. What they have uncovered to date
matches with astonishing accuracy the descript-
ions in the chronicles of the ancient Jewish histo-
rian Josephus Flavius. In the Jewish War, Book
1,421, he writes:
"He built a fortress and called it Herodion
after himself. He enclosed the top with round
towers, filling the enclosed space with a magnifi-
cent palace and had wealth lavished on it
without stint. He furnished the ascent with
200 steps of the whitest marble; the mount was of
considerable height, though entirely artificial. .
Southern Wine
& Spirits, Inc.
1600 NW 163 St., Miami625-4171
A Joyous New Year To All
Royal Palm Barber Shop
4114 Royal Palm Ave., Miami Beach-673-9865
New Year Greetings
Continental Tailoring
1220 NE 163rd. Street, N.M.B.-940-1129
Happy New Year
Fulton Pest Control
1981 NE 153 St.,
North Miami Beach945-6525
Happy New Year To All
Animal Lovers West
8454 SW 24 Street-233-7141
Happy New Year To All
Warren Henry Volvo
19275 NW 2nd. Ave., Miami-625-6511
Happy New Year
Savin
Complete Office Systems
9500 NW 41 St., Miami591-8000
Holiday Greetings
Pawlinger
Building Industries
4834 SW 75 Avenue, Miami264-6986
Holiday Greetings
Christian Community
Service Agency
1090 NE 79 St., Miami-758-3071
Happy New Year To All
Discount Pro Shop
15101 N. Kendall Dr.-382-3936
At Kendall Lakes West Golf Club
Happy New Year
Bay Power Marine, Inc.
DISCOUNT MARINE CENTER
7360 NW 56 Street-888-0633
Happy New Year
Axelrod's Diary
1625 NW 20th. St., Miami-324-6305
Happy New Year
Furni ture A rtis t
& Upholstery
783 NE 125 St., Miami-895-6951
Happy New Year
J & J Air Service Inc.
1282 NW 119 St.-685-0541
Happy New Year To All
George G. Whitney Realty
1 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach538-7401
Happy New Year
Planet Ocean
On The Rickenbacker Causeway361-9455
Happy New Year To All
Overholt's Jewelers
7220 Red Road. South Miami665-2112
Happy New Year To All
Tropical A udubon
Society
5530 Sunset Drive-666-5111
Wishes All their Friends & Customers
Miami Beach Electric Co.
1212 Normandy Drive -865-5757
Happy New Year
Boniske Insurance
Agency
New Years Greetings
One Hour Martinizing
1716 79th. St. Causeway, Miami-861-4210
Wishes The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy New Year
A&B Paint & Body Shop
142 SW 5th. Ave., Homestead247-0426
Happy New Year
Camp Mountain Lake
Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Savage and Family
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
A-I Carting
1171 SE 10th. Avenue-885-3300
Happy New Year
Poodles & Terriers
By Renee
1644 NE 123 St., Miami-891-1117
Happy New Year To All
Toni's Casa Napoli
12250 NE 6th. Avenue-893-6071
Wishes A Happy New Year
To The Entire Jewish Community


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in its completeness the strong-hold was a town, in
| its compactness a palace.''
Herod was among the last of the Judean
monarchs who reigned during the Second Jewish
Commonwealth. Although he was a courageous
soldier and energetic administrator, Herod's
loyalty to the occupying Roman rulers was com-
plete and absolute and he used his great diplo-
macy and personal charm to remain consistently
in their good graces. He allowed no opposition to
his rule and was ruthless in the pursuit of his
goals, often at the expense of the Jewish people
and their traditions.
DESPITE THIS dubious reputation, however,
Herod is remembered for the scope of the building
program he undertook which saw the rebuilding
of the Temple and the Temple Mount in Jerusa-
lem, and the king's palace there. Addtional pa-
laces were erected in Caesarea on the Mediterran-
< 'nnt inurd on Page 15-C
Geo. H. Bernstein C.L.U
8382 SW 124 St., Miami 251-4890
Happy New Year
Brandt's Billiard &
Bowling Supply Inc.
651 NW 124 Street
No. Miami 688-2661
Happy New Year
Quality Blinds
685-5342
4830 East 11 Ave., Hialeah. Fla. 33013
Wish All A Happy New Year
Bartons of Coral Gables
212 Miracle Mile, Coral Gables445-1269
Happy New Year To All
Tropics Formal LTD
816 NE 125 St., Miami893-5582
Happy New Year To All
Florida Needle Trade
Association
159 SE 10th. Ave., Hialeah, Fla. 33010
Happy New Year To All
Aero Tire Co. Inc.
9530 NW S. River Drive, Medley, Fia.
885-2411
Happy New Year To All
Potamkin Dodge
- 557-5700
1350 W. 49 St., Hialeah, Fla. 33010
Wish All A Happy New Year
S & SDiscount Store
7306 Collins Ave., Miami Beach861-0694
Holiday Greetings To All
Cy's Dry Cleaners and
Laundry Inc.
510 West 20 Street
Hialeah 887-9441
Happy New Year
National Auto Painting
Inc.
895-2226
12450 N.E. 13 Place
North Miami, Fla. 33161
Happy New Yedr
Perfection Paint &
Body Shop
262-1190
7017 SW 8th. ST., So Miami, Fla. 33144
New Year Greetings To All______
\Save Way Industries Inc.
4920 NW 165 St., No. Miami Bch., Fla.
621-6211
Wishes All A Joyous New Year
'rinters In The Grove Inc.
2829 Bird Ave., Coral Gables, Fla. 33133
442-2679
Wish The Entire Jewish Community
A Happy New Year
Turners Patrol &
Detective Agency
f West Plaza, Miami, Fla., 693-1962
Wish The Entire Jewish Community
_______A Happy New Year____________
Hungarian Gardens
2522Ponce De Leon Blvd., Miami4470708
Extends To All A Happy New Year
Expressway Lanes
3601 NW 167 St., No. Miami624-2624
Happy New Year To 11
Results
Air Conditioning Co.
885-2634
7451 NW 72 Ave., Medley, Fla. 33166
Wish All A Happy New Year
U.C.B.A.
1731 N. Andrews Avenue
Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. 33311
U.C.B.A is the "BBB" of the Construction
Industry and wants to wish
A Happy New Year to All
Wong's Shanghai
Restaurant
12420 Biscayne Blvd.
No. Miami-891-4313
Happy New Year
The Filling Station
8881 SW 107 Ave., Miami595-9808
A Happy New Year To All
Healthful Diet Shoppe
1374 NE 163 St., No. Miami944-
A Happy New Year To All
[Garcia National Gun Inc.
225 SW 22nd. Ave., Miami-642-2355
A Happy New Year To All
Best Sub &
Sandwich Shop
9802 SW 77 Ave., Miami2790000
A Joyous and Happy New Year
To The Entire Jewish Community_______
DR. NSIDIBEIKPE
Osteopathic Physician, Suraeon
6630 Biscayne Blvd., Miami, Fla. 33138
Happy New Year
Slim Gym Inc.
280 Arthur Godfrey Rd.
Miami Beach 538-1112
A Happy New Year To All Our
Customers and Friends
Royal Glades Kosher
Convalescent Home
16650 W. Dixie Hwy.
Miami 945-7447
A Happy New Year To All
Rodeo Steak House
2521 Biscayne Blvd.
Miami 576-8688
Happy New Year
Public Safety Devices Inc.
322 N.E. 80th Terrace
Miami, Fla 33138
Happy New Year 754-1928
Dr. Stephen W. Chase, D.C. & Family
681 N.W. 119th Street
No. Miami, Fla. 33168
Wish Entire Jewish Community
. A Joyous, Prosperous New Year
Century Construction of Miami, Inc
18341 NE1 Ct
Miami 931-5942
Room Remodeling and Additions
Happy New Year
Cindy's Beauty Salon Inc.
13166 N.W. 7 Ave., No. Miami 685-9466
A Happy New Year To
All Our Customers & Friends
Klock Institute of
Real Estate Inc.
1507 Sunset Dr., Coral Gables
661-1839
Happy New Year
Biscay ne-Miracle Mile Cafeteria
147 Miracle Mile
Coral Gables 444-9005
Happy New Year
DR.JERALDC. FISHBEIN
DR. MICHEAL J. PARITZKY
1040 71 St., Miami Beach, Fl. 33141
Wishes All A Happy Ne* Year


/
Page 14-C The Jewish Floridian / Friday, September 17,1982
names that mafce the news gSSSSSafe
By CARL ALPERT
HAIFA Names make the news. In accord-
ance with our annual custom, we present a list of
the ten new names which made top headlines in
Israel during the past year. These are names
which have not appeared in our lists of previous
years. Some achieved fame, some notoriety, but
all helped make the news of the year. They are
presented in alphabetical order.
Moehe Arena, the Techmon professor of
aeronautical engineering, who entered politics,
earned praise even from the Opposition for his
chairmanship of the Knesset Committee on For-
eign Affairs and Defense, and was named Israel
Ambassador to the United States, a post he has
been filling with outstanding distinction.
Shlomo Argov, Israel Ambassador to Great
Superior Travel Bureau
1346 Washington Ave., Miami Beach, Fla. 3313&
Phone:673-5558
Extends A Happy New Year To All
Gulf stream Press
3800 NW 59 St., Miami-633-8271
A Happy New Year To All
Hermans Dolt-All Auto
Upholstery
6785 Bird Road, Miami665-0948
A Happy New Year To All
Jimmie's Machine Shop
2621 NE 1st. Court, Miami-576-0947
Wishes All A Joyous & Happy New Year
Johnnie & Mack Body Shop
3647 NW 36th St., Miami633-0181
A Happy New Year To All
Franks Jewelers
7271 Red Road. Miami661-7627
Wishes All A Joyous Jeannett's Dresses
423 Arthur Godfrey Road, Miami Beach
531-7562
A Happy New Year To All
Lemon Tree Nursery
Of Dade County Inc.
2160 NW 79 St., Miami-696-4221
A Happy New Year To All
Giant Auto Service
18300 Collins Ave., Miami Beach931-8256
A Happy And Joyous New Year To All
Studio of Lighting
Studio of Lighting Retailers-Wholesalers
Manufacturers-Exporters
708NElAve.-373-2171
Happy New Year To All
Britain, has been making a miraculous recovery
after being shot by Arab terrorists in London.
The attempted assassination triggered off the Is-
rael invasion of Lebanon and all that followed.
Rabbi Haim Druckman, Knesset member
from the National Religious Party, almost
brought about the collapse of the Begin govern-
ment last March when in a vote of confidence he
sided with the Opposition. Begin narrowly sur-
vived by a 58-58 tie vote.
Nava Elimelech, 11-year-old Bat Yam girl,
victim of an apparently maniac murderer. Thus
far only her head and one limb have been found.
The police have followed every lead and have
questioned suspects, but have no evidence to
warrant even a trial.
Arye Genger. An Israeli emigre in New York,
Moulin Rouge Motel
280 Arthur Godfrey Rd., Miami Beach532-3451
A Joyous & And Happy New Year
Kendall Radiator Works
8711 SW 129 Terr., Miami-233-4554
Happy New Year
Tom Palmer's Roof-Rite
15 NE 17 Terr., Miami324-5125
Happy New Year
Purcell Travel
305 Alcazar Avenue, Coral Gables448-7453
Happy New Year
Michael P. Newman D.C.
6655 S.Dixie Highway
666-1402
Happy New Year
Reliable Mattress
519 SW 17 Avenue, Miami643-3140
A Happy New Year
Tides Hotel
1220 Ocean Drive, Miami Beach531-6701
Happy New Year
Executive Caterers
1051 North Miami Beach Blvd.,
North Miami Beach945-2221
Happy New Year
Heres Gift Center
607 Lincoln Rd. Mall, Miami Beach673-1706
Extends New Years Greetings To All
Hallet Pontiac Inc.
13401 So. Dixie Hwy., Miami238-4040
Happy New Year

Miami Jack Service Inc.
50 NW 27 Ave., Miami634-2226
Happy New Year
Paramount Sales
Tupperware
6100 NW 153 St., Miami557-0077
A Happy New Year
Happy Stork Lounge &
Liquor Store
1872 79 St. Causeway
No. Bay Village Fla.865-9181
A Happy New Year To All
Ideal Tours Inc.
25 SE 2nd. Ave.Suite 419868-1162
A Happy New Year To All
Jimmy's Gulf
Service Station
1725 NE 79 St. Causeway. Miami Beach
Phone:866-7513
A Joyous And Happy New Year To All
Medical Center Laboratory
1688 Meridian Ave.. Miami Beach538-1424
ippy New Year
tary exports. Despite his commercial talent^
contacts, Genger was opposed by most rf
Ministry staff and by public opinion. The
pointment was dropped. a^
Col. EU Geva, commander of a tank brieiiH
in Lebanon, asked in mid-war that he be rellvS I
of his post because he could not in clear cons
ence lead his men into battle in Beirut. Dean?
praise for his courage and integrity, Geva wa
condemned both by his own soldiers and bv th
great majority of Israelis. e
# Alan Goodman, an American immigrant &
parently demented, ran wild with a gun on th
Temple Mount in Jerusalem, killing two Arab'
and wouding many more. Widespread Arab riot!
followed, but further exploitation of the mad
man's act was averted.
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on the
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Friday, September 17, 1982 / The Jewish Floridian Page 15-C
I ikud slate, was tempted by Shimon Feres, aban-
doned h's party- ana Jomed the Labor Party,
Jaking his seat with him, in what turned out to be
[ abortive attempt to topple the Government.
rle deed was denounced as political treachery,
and was critcized as dishonorable even by many
Labor Party members. Linn's colleague, Yitzhak
Peretz, crossed the line with him.
tYaacov Meridor. The national imagination
was fired by announcement from Economic Min-
ister Meridor that he was financing a revolution-
ary energy-saving invention that would forever
free Israel and the world from reliance on Arab
oil. The revelation, when it came, was termed by
many a dud, and at best, a minor improvement on
known technological processes.
Yitzhak Modai, Likud Cabinet member, was
publiclv charged by a Laborite colleague,
speaking under Knesset immunity, with accept-
ing kickbacks in Israel, oil-purchasing deals.
Modai went on TV to give vent tn an emotional
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denial. An investigating commission cleared him
completely, lambasted his accuser, and criticized
the Israel media of communications for lending
credence to the charges by their sensational re-
porting.
fleeting fame.
For example, look at last year's ten top names
of the year. Who remembers, now, why each one
was listed: Aharon Abuhatzeira, Yoram Aridor,
Mr. Chibotero, Gen. Rafael Kuan, Justice Moshe
Etzioni, Shlomo Glickstein, Philip Habib, Yosef
Mendelevich, Herzl Shafir, Avraham Shapiro.
jnf Restopation: king hepo&'s Royal Castle
Continued from Page 13-C
ean, at Jericho, and at Masada where he intended
to impress Roman visitors with a show of opu-
THOSE WERE the ten new names that made
the big stories of the year. Some will undoubtedly
lence and luxury.
In 25 BCE, Herod built Herodion in the desert
some 15 kilometers southeast of Jerusalem. A
natural hill was heightened by heaping debris on
it, erecting on its top the four round towers and
the circular wall which give Herodion its distin-
guishing features. Within the wall were built sev-
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erai magnificently decorated palaces, a vast rec-
tangular courtyard and a Roman bathhouse.
UPON HEROD'S death, in 4 BCE, he was
buried in this desert showplace as he had planned.
Josephus' eyewitness account describes the great
pomp and magnificence of the funeral cortege
that stretched the entire 24 miles between Jericho
and Herodion. Subsequent attempts by archeolo-
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proved fruitless, but the search continues.
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Soul needs Rosh hashonah
Continued from Page 5-C
Joseph, consoling themselves on their destiny?
They were singled out; therefore they were hated.
But also: they were singled out; therefore they
must have been loved. Michael B. does not want
to think such thoughts. Is this not what Ishmael
must have mocked? Is this not what his own
attackers mocked? He does not want to side with
their ridicule. But he does not want to be proud
either.
Is this where prayer is born, between em-
barrassment and pride, between wanting and not
wanting to be a Jew? What did they feel, those
lews who suffered real persecution? Did they see
he justice of God? Or the injustice of man? Did
they argue with their persecutors: why pick on
us, we are not special
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Or did they argue with God: why pick on ua, do
You not remember that we are special? Michael B.
finds himself thinking momentarily like a tal-
mudist. Either we are Your children or we are not.
If we are not, then release us. If we are, then save
us. He smiles. The religious response of the
sceptic: a hypothetical prayer.
THE SHOFAR. As a child, Michael B. could
not suppress a smile at the intrusion of this raw,
absurd sound into the solemnities of the syna-
gogue. Now he wonders. Why on this day of days,
in this of all religions, a religion of words, a mere
sound, unsullied by language, accent, interpreta-
tion, nuance? Does it bear the burden of all that
cannot be said? A warning? A cry? A tear? A
summoning? To who, is it directed? Is it man s
cry to God? Or God's to man?
For a moment he can almost hear the echo of
other shofars being blown around the world. Of
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worlds, interpreting their fate and hope tii
different languages, all attending to this
enigmatic sound. Of Jews who may be ri2
everything to sound this clarion of their identit
Does each of their offerings sound different I
heaven? Is there some way of reading into u. 1
blasts, here pride, there fear, here hope twl
anxiety? Or are they finally the same' eSl
saying, this is what I asked of you, this is wh.M
still ask? "''
For the first time Michael B. is moved, hit k,|
thinks, beyond reason. The sound which an I
nounced the first and decisive encounter betweeil
God and a ragged people on Mount Sinai. Which I
went with them into battle against Jericho I
Which declared on the Jubilee year that slaves are
free, that there was no escape from freedom in
God's kingdom. What was there in common b*
tween the sounds of revelation, battle, liberation11
Nothing, perhaps, except this bond between God
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'A Guest at the Table,' by the Chasidic artist, Chenoch Lieberman
Friday, September 17,1982. The Jewish Floridian Page 17-C
and His people too deep for words.
AGAIN MICHAEL looks at the book beside
him, and comes across the famous description by
Maimonides of the meaning of the Shofar:
Despite the fact that the blowing of the shofar
on Rosh Hashonah is an explicit decree of the
Bible, it is also an allusion, as if to say: Awake,
you sleepers, awake from your sleep; and you
slumberers, awake from your slumber. Search
your deeds and return in repentance. Remember
your Creator, you who forget the truth in the
vanities of time and go astray all the year in
pursuit of vanity and nothingness which neither
profits nor saves .
That, he thinks, is the question. Have I been
sleepwalking until now, thinking of myself as a
private world, able to make my own choices and
contemplate the future in terms of personal ambi-
Continued on Page 18-C
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the days of Awe
Continued from Page 17-C
tion, private desire; when all along I nave been a
member of an ancient people unable to avoid the
claims made by history? Or am I daydreaming
now? Thinking myself into a drama which has
only as much reality as these synagogue walls
enclose? Which vanishes when I step outside.
As he steps outside, after the service, the ques-
tion still has not been answered. But it has not
gone away. He is unsettled, as if there were still a
distant shofar sounding in a forgotten corner of
his mind. But he does not remove his kappel as he
walks home '
THAT AFTERNOON he is walking in the
park, thinking about everything and nothing,
when he comes across a group of Jews saying
prayers by the stream and shaking out their
pockets. His eve is caught by the incongruity:
these solemn figures against this cultivated, un-
hurried English landscape. He remembers:
tashlich, the casting away of sins. If only it were
that easy. If the past were something you could
take out of your pocket and feed to the fish. If we
could stand by the river and watch it bearing
away a future while we turned and walked off in
another direction, making ourselves new again.
Do they not feel self-conscious, he thought,
dressed at odds with their environment, intent
and earnest among the passers-by strolling with
their dogs, looking at the flowers, doing nothing
in particular? Or is it that they have come to
terms with what is agitating me? If the world will
not let us relax, will not let us forget who we are,
what then? Pretend that we are someone else? Or
be what we are? Not resenting it or fighting
against it, but affirming it. By the way we live,
and think. By our reflex actions, the spontaneous
result of a minute and exhaustive discipline.
Certainly they look solid and unanxious there.
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those praying figures, more at home in their world
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WHAT WOULD Jacob say if he could h,
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of his rebellious people? Standing here rf
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Neither excited by triumph, nor heroes holding on
in face of tyranny or death. Just this obstinate
obedience, here on this unspectacular autumn
day. In this obscure suburban corner of middle-
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They look unsuited to it. Their black suits, their
white shirts, seem to come from a world where no-
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If the bush beside them were suddenly to burst
into flame, would they be surprised? Perhaps not
They do not live in a world of nature, where
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lounge, a kibbutz nursery. Moses was afraid to
look. So am I.
Still in a trance, Michael B. walks over to the
stream The others have gone. He looks down at
[he running water. Somewhere he remembers
reading that when the Jew is in exile, the Divine
Presence reveals itself only by the side of a river.
What did they, Jews in a strange land, see? The
ghosts of the children thrown by Pharaoh into the
Nile? The waters parting for Moses, for Joshua?
Did they cry for a remembered Jerusalem? Did
they shake their clothes as if the past had grown
too heavy for them and they longed to walk un-
jacketed like others? Is that my past? What
would I throw away if I could?
He turns to go home.
THE NEXT MORNING, in shul, he is in an
unusually receptive mood. He feels himself
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it he does no. understand, yet it is famiiiar to him,
wf ou1^!!8, the chants A we like the child in
the Lhasidic story who cannot read and who
offers God his prayerbook? You, God, will under-
stand what we are trying to say. No. he thinks, we
are worse than the child. We ask a second favor as
well. Try, God, to make us understand what You
are saying to us.
Avinu Malkenu, the simple prayer of Rabbi
Akwa: "Our father, our king." Once Rabbi
Kiezer ordered thirteen fast days, but no rains
fell. Rabbi Akiva followed him before the Ark and
said "Our father, our king, we have no king
besides You." and immediately he was answered.
The rain fell. But did it work a second time? We
say the same words, and nothing happens.
What are they praying for, the people around
me.' That the economy should improve and busi-
ness get better? That their daughter should not
marry out? That they should live to see another
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Rosh Hashonah? What would I feel if I were at
the other end of the spiritual telephone exchange,
listening in to the requests, some trivial, some
heart-breaking, some impossible?
WOULD I feel angry that they turned to me
instead of helping themselves? Would I feel
moved that they still felt they could talk to me as
to no one else? Would I do what they asked? Or
would I give them the strength to achieve it by
their own efforts? Or would I be afraid that if they
did, they would forget me?
Is that, after all, the secret of prayer? That it
gives us the courage to face ourselves and to do
what we must? And that God has enough faith in
man not to fear that if He is silent, we will forget
Him?
"Our father, our King," Rabbi Akiva spoke to
God as a son. And as a subject. Was he aware of
the paradox? That as subjects we expect punish
Continued on Page 20-C
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f.
the days of Awe
Continued from Page 19-C
ment, bul as sons we expect to be forgiven. Th
rabbinic love of argument again. On the one hand,
on the other hand. On the one hand, we have sin-
ned before You. On the other hand, we have no
king besides You. We know we haven't done too
well this year, or the year before. But at least we
know it, and we say so, openly. We don't think w<
are righteous. And isn't that, in its way. a kind ol
righteousness? Didn't a Chasidic rabbi say, "1
prefer a sinner who knows he is a sinner to a
righteous man who knows he is righteous"?
Perhaps there is something there beneath the
paradox. A kind of eternal optimism about our-
selves. The worse our past year has been, the
easier it is to say goodbye to it, and to think our-
selves into being something different. "Our
Father, our King, be gracious to us and answer us
because we have no good deeds."
IT SAYS, in the prayerbook, that that line
should be said silently. Quite right. But everyone
is singing it, to a surprisingly cheerful tune.
Almost as if we were saying: if You want to for-
give someone, forgive us, because there is so
much we have to be forgiven for. Or: we think so
badly of ourselves that You, at least, must come
to our defense and admit that we have some good
to our credit.
Is this the secret of repentance? That we can be
cheerfully remorseful? Because we have faith in
ourselves. In the future. In God. Our father, our
king. Like a Jewish parent taking pride in his son.
the doctor, we take pride in our father, the king.
We are princes. Even if we do not always behave
like it. At least we will try to, this vear.
But it is not that simple. The reading of the
Torah has begun. Today: the story of Isaac s
binding. And dark shadows begin to crowd in on
Michael B'l mind. Whose trial was it, Abraham s
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JL
or Isaac's? For the moment he can think onl
Isaac, the young boy out for an innocent inni'*
with his father. The favored son, longed farS
promised against possibility. The one for whn
sake Ishmael, his step-brother, had to be ban'k
ed. No doubts, surely, had crossed his mind"
they set out. Or as they went on alone, on tk'
third day, father and trusting son. As Abraha
places the wood on Isaac's shoulder, the nW
question. Everything else is here. But where^
the sacrifice?
AN INNOCENT REMARK. But the answer k
ambiguous, hiding something. Yet Isaac walks on
in silence. They reach the spot, the altar is built
the wood laid. And then father takes son and lavs
him out upon the altar, ties him up as a sacrifice
At last the truth: / am the sacrifice. The knife
lifted up against the son is for me. And still from
Isaac there is silence. Is he preparing for death?
What is he thinking about his father? Or about
the God his father serves? But his thoughts get
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no further. The knife is not lowered. Death does
not come. He has been spared; perhaps he was
pjver intended.
What does Isaac say about a God who can de-
mand this, and then undemand it? Or about a
father who i9 willing to go this far and further? Or
about his life that has suddenly been taken away
jnd as suddenly been given back again? Still, the
silence.
Is this me and my generation? Or my parents
and theirs? The knife was lifted this century and
it fell- A burnt offering of a third of the Jewish
people. But it did not fall on us. We, thinks
Michael, are the Isaac generation. Those whose
life was given back.
I AM HERE. Not a might-have-been. Not one
0f the missing generations whose might-have-
been parents vanished in the smoke of a binding
that was not to be unbound.
How does an Isaac live in the aftermath?
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Do I live as if it had not happened? Dan I live
as if it had not happened? If I do, do I not side
with those whom I see propagandizing among the
young, telling them that it never happened? Or
that the only thing wrong was that the job was
not finished? If I walk home from school pretend-
ing not to be a Jew, do I not hand a victory to
those who attacked me? And do I not dishonor
the memory of those who were more than insulted
and beaten up? Do I not betray those who in
Russia and elsewhere risk more than I do for a
faith which until yesterday I held so lightly? Can
I pretend that the Jews injured and killed in the
synagogue in Vienna were nothing to do with me?
If terrorists were to burst in here now, could I
shout to them, could I whisper to myself: it has
nothing to do with me?
Perhaps Isaac after the binding could not
understand. Perhaps we can never understand-
But Isaac after the binding could not live as other
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men. As we, his children, cannot live like other
men. Carrying his shadow. Living his mission.
Even today, when we had thought not so long
ago: there will be no more Isaacs.
THE SHOFAR. Didn't the rabbis say that it
represented the horn of the ram that was offered
up in place of Isaac? Didn't God say, in the words
of the Talmud: Blow the shofar before Me on
Rosh Hashonah, and I will remember the binding
of Isaac, and I will account it as if you had bound
yourselves before Me? Is this after all what we
say to God and to ourselves? That we refuse to
give the victory to the angel of death? That even
though it has sometimes seemed as if You wished
to write us out of Your book, we refuse to dis-
appear. "Remember us for life, O King who de-
lights in life; write us in the book of life" in letters
of fire that will burn to eternity.
We were Isaac. We knew fear. We saw the
Continued on Page 22-C
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the Gays of awe
Continued from Page 21-C
knife. But we live. Remember this.
And Michael remembers something he read latt
on the previous night. About another shofar: the
shofar of Rabbi Yitzhak Finkler of Piotrkov. The
one smuggled in to the labor camp, bought by
selling their bread, the year before they were
taken, the rabbi and his followers, to Treblinka.
He had read these words:
"They blew the ram's horn on Rosh Hashonah
and a prayer rose heavenwards, together with the
sound of the shofar. It threw itself before the
throne of Divinity saying, 'tear up the evil
decree'." But alas the evil decree was not torn up
and this is why the shofar of Rabbi Yitzhak
Finkler still resounds on earth and in heaven, and
will never be silenced until the End of Days.
What he died for, we must live for. And sound
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this shofar. That we should not forget. "For You
remember from eternity all forgotten things;
there is no forgetting before the throne of Your
glory. Remember this day the binding of Isaac in
mercy to those who live after him." Help us, too,
to remember. And to live.
IN TWO DAYS Michael has traveled a long
journey. What has been happening? Was it
simply that he felt a need to discover what made
others so angry at his existence? Or that he was
ashamed that he felt less strongly than they did
about his being a Jew? Did a random incident jolt
him out of orbit until he fell back into the gravita-
tional pull of forgotten loyalties? Or did he dis-
cover the frightening truth of Rabbi Nachman of
Bratslav's saying: "If a man does not judge him-
self, all things judge him, and all things become
messengers of God"?
Who knows? But for each Jew there is a
journey on Rosh Hashonah which leads to what
we translate as "repentance," but wh
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call "coming home." For many of us p"i!?'?'*
lary and the context of these days h; (,* u"'
It is not specific acts, sins, that we turn hT^'
much as. whole ways of life. We read the bnSl80'
life we have written so far, and slowly h.w, f
dawn on us why we have faltered", elt not
home. We were in the wrong story V\, beln M
as another character in another narrative sH^
where in the literature of the Jewish spiru
have recognized ourselves. We pray to God J?
us into Your book. nt*
Michael, at any rate, has made up his mind
But for the moment he is thinking of the culmi
nation of the musaf prayer, and its uramt?
iterated chorus, "Today today toda ,
Knowing what? That he can unwrite yesterda
That he can walk away from the stream. An oil
rabbinic truth: "The word 'now' is alwavs J?
lude to return." apr*-
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7195 NW 30 St., Miami593-2946
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\ Heein's hero had founded fighting to
mains 03 ""o
Jpel the British.
pTEB THE establishment of the State,
Reein founded the Herat Party and headed its list
F candidates for the Knesset. He was in opposi-
L continually until 1977, except for a three year
rinA in Golda Meir's National Unity Govern-
jeriou __ ; tana ;____,__.
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merit from which he resigned in 1970 in protest
fLr the government endorsed the principle of
territorial compromise in negotiations with the
Egyptians
under U.S. auspices.
Prior to his becoming Prime.Minister, Begin
lived with his wife, Aliza, and a son and two
juEhters. in a modest flat in Tel Aviv's Rosen-
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day, reads the papers and listens to the radio
news. He also follows the foreign media fairly
closely, reading Time, Newsweek and the Inter-
national Herald Tribune and listening to the BBC
World Service. His modest lifestyle remains con-
stant.
He has had two heart attacks, and his health
has been the subject of newspaper speculation in
Israel. The door of his office in the Prime Minis-
ter's Office is open to his staff, and an atmosphere
of informality prevails.
His premiership has attempted to give a great-
er role to the Knesset. Begin, a skilled speaker,
endeavors to spend as much time as his official
duties permit in the Knesset. In Cabinet Begin is
said to be very much his own man. Like Ben-
Gurion he is a firm believer in a presidential style
of government. Some of his critics have suggested
that this along with the espousal of rigid idealo-
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HIS MAJOR POLICY achievement has been
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Agreement. Begin has become the first Israeli
leader to achieve a peace agreement with an Arab
country. His belief in a strong Israel was exempli-
fied last year when he ordered the Israeli Air
Force to distroy Iraq's nuclear reactor.
But despite Camp David, he has been unable to
stem the trend of Israel's isolation in the world, or
to solve the problems of autonomy on the West
Bank. The victory in Lebanon will surely
strengthen Israel's negotiating position and
Begin's own prestige, without necessarily doing
away with this isolation.
Perhaps history will correct the contemporary
controversial image of Begin outside Israel and
credit him as a great statesman in foreign affairs,
defending Israeli interests to a maximum. Begin
sees himself as a latter day Garibaldi whose role
as a freedom fighter was only acknowledged after
he died.
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Behind the Headlines
Reagan's American
Peace Initiative
President Reagan's
"American Peace Initia-
tive" for the Middle East,
while he unveiled in a na-
tionally televised speech,
was squarely aimed at get-
ting the Palestinians and
the Arab states to join the
autonomy talks which up to
now included only Israel,
Egypt and the United
States.
To do this, the Administration
was ready to risk Israel's anger
and rejection, which when it
came, Administration spokesmen
maintained did not surprise or
dissappoint them. The hope ob-
viously is that Israel will go
along if the Arab states agree to
Reagan's appeal to "accept the
reality of Israel, and the reality
that peace and justice are to be
gained only through hard, fair,
direct negotiations. '
SECRETARY of State George
Shultz made this clear in his ap-
pearance on CBS-TVs "Face the
Nation."
"I think it will make a critical
difference whether or not King
Hussein (of Jordan) and other
Arabs respond favorably to the
President's initiative," he said.
"Then the prospect of peace with
neighbors will become much more
real."
Shultz also ruled out any U.S.
pressure on Israel such as with-
holding or cutting economic or
military aid. "We don't have any
plans to try to maneuver people
in a peace negotiations by talking
about withholding aid," he said.
But he noted, "There is a tremen-
dous pressure, not only on the Is-
raelis, but also on the Arabs in
the area" and "that pressure
comes from the possibility ot
peace and what peace can mean
in that region."
THE IMMEDIATE target of
Reagan's "Fresh Start," even
more than the Palestinians, is
Jordan. The President clearly
went beyond anything the U.S.
has publicly proposed before by
suggesting an autonomy agree-
ment that would provide "self-
government by the Palestinians
on the West Bank and Gaza, in
association with Jordan" as an
incentive for Jordan to join the
talks.
Shultz noted "that if King
Hussein decides to come forward
in these negotiations that will
represent a general consensus on
the part of Arab leaders that its
time to do that and a good thing
to do that."
Premier Menachem Begin and
his government have denounced
the link to Jordan and other pro-
posals in the Reagan initiative as
violations of the Camp David
agreements. Former President
Carter has given his hechsher
Continued on Page 3
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IJNF National Leadership
j Confab Held in St. Louis I
Florida Jewish JNF leader Abraham Grunhut took a major
role in the Jewish National Fund's National Leadership Confe-1
I mce which was held in St. Louis, Sept. 12-13.
| Representatives from all regions of the United States met to :
g focus on the development of leadership capabilities and fund :
:|: raising skills. "In these critical times the future of the JNF lies 5
g increasingly with our lay leaders," said Dr. Samuel I. Cohen, g
g Executive Vice-President of the JNF. "This meeting will enable |
g them to become more effective and valuable members of the ::
j: JNF and to join with our professional staff in the tasks that con-
front us." |
i; Highlights of the Conference included a seminar and work- S
:|: shop in fund raising led by Dominic Charles Varisco, Associate ::
: Dean of Development of the Harvard Graduate School of Edu-
5 J?1,'0"' an(' briefings on the aftermath of the Operation Peace for ::
:j: Galilee by Mrs. Charlotte Jacobson, National President of the |
: JNF, and by Dr. Cohen. The participants also viewed a preview ::
:> of a new television presentation on the agricultural miracle of ]::
| the Negev featuring Menahem Perlmutter. |
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Israeli Consul General Joel Arnon addresses an audience of150
Participants in a Greater Miami Jewish Federation Young
Adult Division panel discussion about "Operation Peace For
The Galilee." Other panelists shown (from left) are Norman H.
*Poff, President of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation;
Ao6M Michael B. Eisenstat of Temple Judea; and Rabbi
Simcha Freedman of Temple Adath Yeshurun,
Bulletin
Israel Re-enters Beirut
Tel Aviv, September 15, JTA
By HUGH ORGEL
Israeli troops, who had been withdrawn from the immediate area of Beirut
after the departure of Syrian and PLO forces in West Beirut, returned to the
Lebanese capitol in force after the assassination of President-elect Bashir
Gemayel became known.
According to the army spokesman, the Israeli forces entered West Beirut "to
prevent any possible serious incidents and to insure quiet." The statement issued
shortly after 9 a.m. local time Wednesday added that "the IDF entry was ac-
complished without incident."
But by mid-morning Beirut reports said that left-wing terrorist forces and
remnants of the PLO left behind in Beirut, usually in civilian clothing, had opened
fire on the Israelis and stiff fighting was reported. The shooting was said to in-
clude tank fire as well as bazooka and machinegun fire.
The Israelis were described as having reached areas of Beirut from which
they had until now been kept away, including the Embassy and main hotel sec-
tors, and including areas which until last month had housed the headquarters of
the Fatah and other PLO organizations.
While the ground forces were advancing through the city, Israeli air force
planes made low passes over the city but did not at press time, launch any at-
tacks. The barricades between East and West Beirut, down last week for the first
time in years, were again going up as tension rose between right-wing and
Christian elements and leftists in Moslem areas and militia troops.
With the renewed tension in Beirut, Israeli and Syrian forces also stepped up
their alerts in the Central and Eastern sections of the Lebanon front, especially in
the Bekaa Valley.
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Miami, Florida Friday, September 17, 1982 Section D
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TerrorismAnd the Days of Awe
By Robert E. Segal
IA Seven Arts Feature)
i
THERE COMES a time of high drama during
the Days of Awe now approaching when we
plead: "Our Father, our King, keep far from our
country, pestilence, war, and famine." This year,
many who raise this prayer will silently and
humbly attach an addendum: "Keep far from
every country, the deepening scourge of terror-
ism." ,
For at the close of these solemn days of medita-
tion and supplication, we who are weary of war-
fare brought on by the unending excesses of that
monarch of terror Yasser Arafat, master of de-
ception will know anew the full meaning of
atonement.
We will find it impressed upon our souls, the
lesson the entire world needs desperately now:
"For transgressions against God, the Day <
Atonement atones; but for transgressions of one
human being against another, the Day of Atone-
ment does not atone until they have made peace
with one another."
HOW THIS RELATES to the current Mid-
eastern crisis is clear. Had there been no
marauding fedayeen dispatched against Israel,
had PLO terrorists been curbed and conquered in
years past, peace might well have been our happy
lot. But the cloud of terror blowing throughout
the world from PLO strongholds obliges the
victimized to cry out that profound truth, that
only those who succeed in making peace have the
power to direct transgressors to atonement.
Surely, we have had more than enough of terror
to propel this issue to the top of every nation's
agenda. And all too much in the past few months
the shooting of Pope John Paul II by Mehemet
Ali Agca, 23, a Turk reportedly terror-trained in
the USSR and Kuwait; the attempt on President
Reagan's life by an inexperienced gunman, John
Hinckley: the machine gun raid in a restaurant in
the Jewish quarter of Paris, resulting in the
deaths of six and wounding of 22; the Red
Brigade kidnapping of U.S. Brig. Gen. James
Dozier in Italy.
And although it is six years since the electrify-
ing rescue of 94 passengers and 12 Air France
crewmen by Israeli heroes after PLO hijackers
had flown them to Entebbe, that painful episode
warrants recall now that France is so heavily
burdened with hit-and-run desperadoes.
THE FRENCH TRAGEDIES have brought
an earnest promise from President Francois Mit-
terrand to establish a new search-and-seize com-
mand equipped with the best computerized anti-
terrorist machinery available. This development
follows Israel's discovery that Red Brigade and
Baader Meinhof gunmen have been serving
Arafat in Beirut.
Gideon Hausner, who conducted the case
against Adolf Eichmann, is currently trying to
awaken world capitals to the truth that universal
terrorism cannot be stamped out on a country-by-
country basis, regardless of the amount of money
spent and degree of police action taken. He
suggests promoting an international treaty aimed
at destroying terrorists everywhere. This plan
probably would encounter opposition from politi-
cians in the U.S. always ready to work to prevent
passage of international pacts.
For years, American think tanks have designed
anti-terrorist programs. Recently, the Pentagon
has acknowledged existence of its Counter-
terrorist Joint Task Force. This specialized unit
apparently evolved from studies made by the
Holloway Commission following Washington's
ill-starred effort to rescue American hostages in
Iran.
As these and other stratagems take root, >we
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Behind the Headlines
Reagan's American Peace Initiative
Friday, September 17,1982. The Jewish FloridSan Page 3-D
Continued from Page 1
U the Reagan proposals do not
Elate the Camp David accords.
I Reagan Administration went
to office proposing the Jor-
Jian option as the solution for
fce West Bank and Gaza. This
E also been the view of Israel s
Usition Labo' Party whlch
1 supported Reagan s pro-
^Js.
[ YET IT IS clear that the Jor-
link to autonomy goes be-
bnd Camp David. The agree-
hent clearly states that the
Lai status" of the West Bank
fad Gaza are to be decided upon
, negotiations which will begin
Ithin three years after the es-
Iblishment of an autonomy
ement in the territories.
[From the Arab world words of
Lroval so tar have focused on
Lagan's strictures against Is-
leT- a freeze on Jewish settle-
Vents, opposition to Israeli an-
imation or sovereignty over the
test Bank and Gaza and Israeli
lithdrawal from most of the oc-
[ipied territory. The Arabs, of
urse, say they don't like the
sident's rejection of a Pales-
an state.
[ But perhaps more important,
hat pleased the Arabs most is
at they see the U.S. departing
cm its traditional role as
mediator" in the Arab-Israeli
apute. The Arabs, including the
Egyptian President Anwar
fcdat, have always envisioned
U.S. role in Mideast negoita-
pns as pressuring Israel to ac-
ipt Arab demands.
Jit is critical to that mediation
|le that the U.S. not preordain
> ultimate results and thereby
keclose and limit the discus-
bus that should be hammered
it at the bargaining table,"
thus Berman, chairman of the
President's Conference, told re-
porters after the hour-and-a-half
meeting. Many of the same Jew-
ish leaders met with Shultz a
week earlier, but Berman said at
that time they had not been told
of the President's planned pro-
posals.
BERMAN SAID that whUe
Reagan's "fresh start" had some
constructive elements a re-
commitment to the Camp David
process, opposition to a Pales-
tinian state, calling on the Arab
states to recognize Israel "on
balance, in terms of moving for-
ward, it is not constructive" be-
cause it moves the U.S. away
from its role as mediator. Many
other Jewish leaders, in state-
ments following Reagan's TV ad-
dress, offered similar assess-
ments.
Reagan, in his speech noticed
that while as mediator the U.S.
sought to avoid public com-
ments, "it has become evident to
me that some clearer sense of
America's position is necessary
to encourage wider support for
the peace process."
While the Israeli Cabinet has
rejected most of the Presidents
proposals, including some that
were not in his speech but were
outlined in a letter to Begin, it
seemed most angered by his call
for a freeze on Jewish settlements
on the West Bank. The Israeli
Cabinet immediately announced
the establishment of seven new
settlements but denied this was a
reaction to Reagan's address.
THE REAGAN Administra-
tion has never accepted the
Carter Administration's claim
that the settlements were illegal,
but have maintained they were
not helpful to the peace process.
Reagan said that "immediate
adoption of a settlement freeze by
Israel, more than any other ac-
tion, could create the confidence,
needed for wider participation in
these talks."
But Berman, talking to re-
porters, called the settlement is-
sue an "irrelevancy." He said ap-
proval of the settlements was not
a precondition for the Pales-
tinians and Arabs states to join
the negotiations and they could
always bring it up at the bargain-
ing table.
The President's television ad-
dress must also be viewed as the
outgrowth of an Administration
decision that he must show con-
cern for the plight of the Pales-
tinians in the wake of the evacua-
tion of the Palestine Liberation
Organization terrorists from
West Beirut. The U.S. has been
trying to distance itself from Is-
rael since the start of Israel's
"Peace for Galilee" operation last
June because of the belief in the
Arab world that Washington not
only concurred with the Israeli
action but aided it.
THE PRESIDENT made a
strong appeal to the Palestinians
in his speech. "The departure of
the Palestinians from Beirut
dramatizes more than ever the
homelessness of the Palestinian
people," he said. "Palestinians
feel strongly that their cause is
more than a question of refugees
... I agree."
At the same time, hu urged the
Palestinian people "to accept the
reality of Israel and the reality
that peace and justice are to be
gained only through hard, fair,
direct negotiations."
The PLO was not mentioned
by Reagan in his speech except to
note that their evacuation from
Beirut had been completed.
Continued on Page 14
Leaders of the Greater Jewish Federation's Women's Division
recently met to organize Federation Tuesday, its annual
community education event, which will be held Nov. 16 at the
Carillon Hotel, Miami Beach. Present at the meeting were
(bottom row, left to right): Laurie Turner, Southwest Dade
Federation Tuesday representative; Judi Billig, Vice Chair-
woman of Community Education for North Dade; Bunny
Adler, Co-Chairwoman; (top row, left to right): Micki Hoch-
berg. Vice Chairwoman of Community Education for South
Dade; Helen Berne, North Dade Representative; Gail Harris,
Co-Chairwoman, and Susan Fields, North Dade Hostess
Coordinator.
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Page4-D The Jewish Floridian. Friday, September 17. 1982


The Reality Behind
The Fahd Facade
By TONY LERMAN
London Chronicle Syndicate
When President Reagan said,
in November. 1981, that Saudi
Arabia was "the key to peace in
the Middle East," he was" ac-
knowledging, the crucial role as-
signed to Saudia Arabia in U.S.
foreign policy. Not only is the
Saudi state supposed to act as a
moderating force among the
Arabs, and the supply of
AWACS. F-15 fighter bombers
and Sidewinder air-to-air missiles
are intended to ensure this, but
she is central to U.S. plans for
defending the Persian Gulf the
main artery supplying the indus-
trialized West with oil against
the possibility of Soviet expan-
sion.
The Lebanese crisis has done
nothing to change the U.S. view
of Saudi Arabia, but it has pro-
bably strengthened the Saudis'
hand in the long term. Intense
Saudi displeasure at Israel's
action was listened to carefully in
Washington. Foreign Minister
Prince Saud al- Fay sal met the
U.S. Secretary of State George
Shultz on July 21 and demanded
the full and unconditional with-
drawal of the Israeli forces from
Lebanese territory.
ASKED ABOUT the possibil-
ity that the Kingdom might im-
pose sanctions on the U.S. if the
Israelis occupied West Beirut,
the Prince refused to disclose the
substance of his talks but cer-
tainly gave the impression that
sanctions were threatened.
Fears that Shultz's close con-
tacts with Saudi Arabia through
his former company, the Bechtel
group, would lead to a sudden
shift in support from Israel to the
Arabs were premature. Bechtel,
one of the world's largest con-
struction and engineering com-
panies, has many Arab clients
and is presently involved in a 25-
year capital project in Saudi
Arabia said to cost upwards of
$50 billion.
Saudi ties with the U.S. are
presented as being in America's
national interest, all of a piece
with the ideological view of world
conflict which prevails in the
White House. This view is also
said to be in Israel's interest,
since it identifies the Soviets as
the primary threat.
BUT THIS cozy picture of
U.S-Saudi relations does not
stand up to analysis. First,
Shultz notwithstanding. the
economic dimension, the impor-
tance of oil (Saudi Arabia is the
world's largest oil exporter), the
billions of dollars of Saudi con-
tracts placed with U.S. compa-
nies, the petrodollars in the
American banking system, has
far-reaching political implica-
tions. The successful campaign to
persuade U.S. Senators to vote in
favor of selling AWACS to Saudi
Arabia is a disturbing example of
the influence the Saudis can
exert.
An investigative report by
Steven Emerson, published in the
Washington weekly New Repub-
lic in February, 1982, found that
"the Saudi lobbying campaign
resulted in one of the most suc-
cessful manipulations of Ameri-
can business and American for-
eign policy ever attempted by a
foreign power." On the impor-
tance of U.S.-Saudi relations in
the light of this, Emerson says:
"The alignment with Saudi
Arabia is the product of vested
interests, not national interests."
Second, although some observ-
ers like to portray the Saudi
Kingdom as the essence of mod-
eration and stability, the reality
b different. Saudi oil policy, for
example, is characterized as
being sympathetic to the West,
but the Saudis did nothing to
prevent prices rising in 1960 or
1981, and they actually raised
their own prices along with other
OPEC states in 1980-1981 by $8 a
barrel.
MOREOVER, high revenues
are needed to finance the king-
dom's ambitious development
projects and extensive military
spending almost $28 billion in
1981-1982. The oil weapon, used
in 1973. is now considered too
blunt an instrument, but its use
has not been ruled out altogether.
King Fahd's end of Ramadan
speech on July 23 contained a
sentence, excised from the
English language version re-
leased by !* the Saudi Press
Agency, which referred
ominously to the purposes of
"our oil policy."
The installation of Crown
Prince Fahdas King after the
death of King Khalid was ef-
fected smoothly. But internally,
during the last 10 years, there
have been numerous examples of
incidents in which disaffected of-
ficers, self-styled "liberation
movements" (in the Hijaz and al-
Hasa), and even traditional tribal
elements loyal to the house of
Saud, have attempted to rise
against the regime.
Foreign workers (1 in 6 of the
working population) have insti-
gated demonstrations, and the
sizeable minority of Shi'ites in
the Eastern Province oil fields
were involved in demonstrations
in support of Ayatollah Khomeini
and against the Saudi regime
during the Great Mosque insur-
rection in 1979.
ISLAM, which is seen as a
strong legitimating factor and a
source of international influence
for the kingdom through the
Saudi-inspired Islamic Confer- [
ence Organization, is being
turned against the regime by
Sunnis who reject the Wahrabi
domination and by other Wah-
rabis who regard the ruling
family as corrupt and western-
ized.
Thirdly, the Saudis themselves
have mixed feelings about their
designated role in U.S. plans for
the region. They see the U.S.
Rapid Deployment Force as a
means of occupying their oil
fields and not as a means of pro-
tection against Moscow's hypo-
thetical interference in the Gulf.
Their own plans for closer region-
al integration through the Gulf
Cooperation Council are hin-
dered by excessive U.S. interest,
especially since relations with the
>ther Gulf states are often un-
easy. While the U.S. continues to
stress the Soviet threat, the Sau-
dis worry more about the Iran-
Iraq war and the "centrality of
the Palestine issue."
Distinctions between Arab
states, such as were apparent
over the Saudi eight-point plan
for Middle East peace proposed
last year, which included a tacit
recognition of Israel's right to
live in peace in the region should
be ignored, and any signs of,
moderation should surely be en-
couraged by the U.S. Govern-
ment.
BUT ENCOURAGING the
Saudis through what is a dis-
torted relationship can be coun-
terproductive: both sides make
use of ands interpret the relation-
ship in different ways. It is hard
to escape the conclusion that.in
emphasizing the Soviet threat in
the region, about which many
analysts with impeccable creden-
tials remain unconvinced, and
pursuing the Saudis, the U.S. has
created an irreconcilable conflict
of its own proclaimed interests.
JCC Programs
For All Ages
Varied programs for children
and teenagers at the Jewish
Community Center Family
Center on Miami Beach will begin
in September. Included in the
programs are Soccer Leagues:
Teen Center; and Jr. J" Club.
The Michael-Ann Russell Jew-
ish Community Center is forming
a Diabetes Club which will meet
at 7 p.m. every Thrusday of the
month at the North Miami Beach
JCC.
Rothenberg
Appointed
Marti A. Rothenberg of Ken-
dall has been appointed Assist-
ant Attorney General of the State
of Florida, assigned to the
criminal appeals division in the
Miami office of Attorney General
Jim Smith.
She is the wife of attorney
Arthur Rothenberg. himself a
former Assistant Attorney Gen-
eral who is a candidate for Dade
County Judge in the Nov. 2 elec-
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Friday, September 17,1982. The Jewish Floridian Page 5-D
100 Years of Christian Resistance
Bv JOHN M. ALLEGRO
*ldon Chronicle Syndicate
f A century ago a Jeru-
salem shopkeer*r a Chns-
En convert named1 Moses
Wilhelm Shapira, brought
Ito London some strips of
Iblackened parchment. They
Iwere inscribed in an antique
I form of Hebrew hand writ-
ling and presented an aber-
rant version of Deu-
Iteronomy. Shapira said
I that he had obtained the
I parchments from an Arab
Ifugitive from the Turkish
Imilitary forces, and that
Ithe man had found them in
la cave on the east side of
Ithe Dead Sea.
J The script was best known
from an inscription of the 9th
Century BCE. Could these
Jbiblical texts be as old, pre-dat-
|ng our earliest Hebrew manu-
scripts of the Bible by some two
millennia? Could they even go
back as far as the time of Moses
himself? But if that were so, why
was the wording of the sacred
text so different from the re-
ceived text?
Popular excitment turned to
disquiet. Doubts were expressed
about the manuscripts' authen-
ticity, aspersions were cast upon
the integrity of Shapira himself,
old stories raised of his previous
fraudulent dealings with western
institutions.
SCORN WAS heaped upon his
claims to scholarship, and upon
his conversion to Christian re-
spectability.
Minor considerations of the
state and derivation of the parch-
ments were given precedence
over the evidence of the text it-
self. Experts pronounced the
Deuteronomy manuscripsts
blatant forgeries, and archaeolo-
gists ridiculed the idea that the
Palestinian climate would ever
permit the preservation of such
perishable material over so long a
period.
The little shopkeeper was
hounded form the country amidst
a storm of abuse. Afraid to return
home to his family to whom he
had promised so much, he wan-
dered around Europe for a time
pleading for a fairer assessment
of his precious finds. At length,
in despair, Moses Shapira put a
pistol to his head and blew his
brains out. The Deuteronomy
strips were auctioned as curios
and then lost.
SIXTY YEARS later, by the
shores of the Dead Sea, an Arab
shepherd discovered in a cave a
hoard of ancient manuscripts, the
famous Dea Sea Scrolls. That
discovery was followed in subse-
quent years by many others in
the vicinity, and by the excava-
tion of the sectarian Jewish es-
tablishment from which the
library had come. This time few
dared to dispute the documents'
antiquity, nor their crucial im-
portance for the history of the
biblical text and the nature of
Jewish sectarianism over the
turn of the era.
The largest cache of these Es-
sene writings was found in 1952.
Much fragmented by the ravages
of time and worms, some tens of
thousands of pieces of parchment
_______Continued on Page 16
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931 I aJqewA *if>rt*>:
Challenge for Sickle Cell Anemia
By DAVID BROOKS
At the age of 60, when many
Americans are looking forward to
retirement, Earle H. Fletcher,
Oakland's highest respected
Black-Jewish leader, is about to
embark on a new venture. Flet-
cher is ending a distinguished
career as supervisor of genera)
and technical employment for one
of the nation's largest public
utilities San Francisco-based
Pacific Gas and Electric to be-
come executive director of
SCARE the Sickle Cell Anemia
Research and Education Founda-
tion.
Fletcher needs no new hobbies
to keep busy in retirement. He is
a licensed airplane pilot, captains
his own 32-foot boat and speaks
several foreign languages.
BLESSED with a curious and
penetrating mind, Fletcher began
to study the religions of the world
some 20 years ago. He came
across a paperback edition of
Max Dimont's Jews, God and
History and immediately felt
that he had written the book
himself. Shortly, thereafter, he1
undertook the process of con-
version to Judaism at San
Francisco's leading reform syna-
gogue, Congregation Temple
Emanu-El.
Earle Fletcher takes being
both Black and Jewish seriously.
He has served as director of the
Bay Area Black Personnel Mana-
gers Association and as an officer
of the American Jewish Con-
gress, Northern California Divi-
sion. He is also highly in demand
as a lecturer and has spoken on
the history and sociology of the
Black Jews of the United States,
believed to number more than
40.000.
Fletcher's commitment to
finding a cure for the dreaded
sickle cell anemia originated in
the 1960's when he was employed
as a director of Youth for Service,
a highly-regarded program in
California which provides job
training and employment for San
Francisco's hard-core unem-
ployed youth. It was during this
period, he recalls, that he realized
"how devastating sickle cell
anemia can be not only to the
unfortunate victims of the dis-
ease but to their families, friends
and community as well."
His frustration with sickle ce1'
anemia is clearly evident *k. i
speaks of the need for a^n)
the illness which. i2*1
n tfT' ,S an iheritfd ,
curable disorder of the bSLl
cumng in Blacks and CaurL *l
of Mediterranean origin SH
with the disorder are oH
severely anemic and have okl
die episodes of yellow jajjl
and severe pain in the ifij*!
other parts of the body. uS
patients with sickle cell 3
require repeated hosp.taliz.,,?!
One of the most chronic ZZ\
among Black children, it occ^l
in about one of every 500 S3
and affects one Black family"
of every 144. -"/out.
Continued on Page 7
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Wish all our Jewish Friends
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Extend Best Wishes To All Their Friends
For A Happy New Year
Happy New Year To All
MR. and MRS. STANLEY C. MYERS
Noblewood Furniture
4975 East 10 Avenue
Hialeah 685-5246
Happy New Year
International
Air Leases Inc.
P.O. Box 522230, Miami871-4500
Happy New Year
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2305 Collins Avenue
Miami Beach, Florida 33139
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A Happy New Year To All
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1735 Alton Road532-3446, Miami Beach
Happy New Year To AU
La Paloma Restaurant
233 N.E. 16 Street
Miami 358-2125
Happy New Year
C U Associates Inc.
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7282 N W 25th Street 592-6900
Wishes The Entire Jewish Community
Happy New Year


Fletcher Accepts Challenge
for Sickle Cell Anemia
Friday, September 17,1982. The Jewih Floridian Page 7-D
Continued from Page 6
VOLUNTARY screening of
young Black men and women to
jearn if they are carriers, plus
prenatal diagnosis and genetic
counseling are methods used to
prevent sickle cell disease. Says
Fletcher:
"Sickle cell anemia still re-
mains a mystery to the medical
community. A major problem is
that, unlike heart disease or can-
cer, sickle cell receives little or no
research support from the
Federal Government or private
foundations." There is also an ur-
gent need, he says, to educate
both the Black community and
the general community to the
services now available to persons
afflicted by the disease. Fletcher
believes that all persons who
carry the sickle cell trait should
know the risks involved if they
are contemplating marriage, so
that the proper precautions can
be taken. Testing for the disease
is now largely available through-
out the U.S.
The organization which Flet-
cher now heads was founded by
Edward Broome, a Black con-
struction worker whose hobby
was collecting and restoring
antique automobiles. Broome
took $5,000, which he had saved
to purchase an automobile for his
collection, and used the money
instead to create an organization
dedicated to eradicating the dis-
ease.
Among the many supporters of
SCARE are one of baseball's out-
standing pitchers, Mike Morris of
the Oakland A's, and Bay Area
attorney Marvin Slender, who
has also been active in the local
Jewish community.
Fletcher is also actively seek-
ing the support of the Jewish ness men and women who had
community to assist him in his volunteered to assist Blacks and
work with SCARE. Recently, he fathers to successfully own and
operate their own businesses. "I
hope to use the same dedication
contacted Joel Brooks, executive
director of the American Jewish
Congress in San Francisco, to
find volunteer tutors willing to
teach children afflicted with
sickle cell disease. Fletcher's
wife, Adetell, a retired school
teacher, and several of her friends
are already volunteers in the
program.
FLETCHER fondly recalls a
period when he served as chair-
man of the American Jewish
Congress minority economic de-
velopment program the Ex-
perience Reserve Bank which
brought together more than 500
active and retired Jewish busi-
to community service in enlisting
Jews in the Bay area to join the
war against sickle cell," Fletcher
says.
Fletcher is widely known
throughout Northern California
as a man "who gets things done."
While director of Youth for Serv-
ice, he won the admiration of then
Gov. Ronald Reagan. In a per-
sonal letter to Fletcher, Gov.
Reagan extended his personal
congratulations and thanks for
Fletcher's "efforts in developing
innovative methods to emply
inner city minority youth."

Dr. J. Bernard Drucker
247 71 Street Miami Beach 866-4195
Extends New Year's Greetings
To The Jewish Community
David-Elliot Associates
2930 Shipping Avenue
Coconut Grove, Fla. 33133
442-2653
Happy New Year
Enness Garment Co.
590 N.W. 27 Street
Miami 576-4996
Happy New Year
AIR & HEAT UNLIMITED CORP.
8159 N.W. 103rd Street
Hialeah Gardens, Fla. 33016
Happy New Year
CAMIL FABRICS DISCOUNT INC.
98 West 9th Street
Hialeah, Fla. 33011
887-5926
Happy New Year
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727-735 Collins Ave., Miami Beach531-5738
A Happy New Year
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Established 1961
7071 s.w. 13 Terr.
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Happy New Year
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14801 N.E. 20 Ave., North Miami Beach
944-7799
Happy New Year
Paul's Biscayne Shell
18725 W. Dixie Hwy.
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Happy New Year
SILVERMAN CHIROPRACTIC CENTRE
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446-9012
A Happy New Year
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18146 N.W. 2nd Avenue
Miami 652-8844
A Happy New Year To All
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Miami Beach 868-7870
A Happy New Year Tn All
Broadmoor Hotel
7450 Ocean Terrace
Miami Beach 866-1631
Happy New Year
Charlie P. Johnson
Spray Co.
11315 S.W. 40th St., Miami, Fla. 665-3066
A Happy and Joyous New Year To All
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P.O. Box 680310
Miami 685-3551
Happy New Year
Federal Discount
Center
28 NE 1 Street, Miami358-1004
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
Kendall Guns
Wishes A Very Happy New'ltear
To The Entire Jewish Community
12520 N. Kendall Drive279-2589
Camelot Mill Works
12123 S.W. 114th PI.
Miami 253-2069
A Happy New Year
Decor Inc.
9446 Harding Avenue
Surfside 866-0905
Happy New Year
Brickell Emporium
1100 Brickell Plaza
Miami 377-3354
We Wish All Customers & Friends
A Happy New Year
Fowler's Seafood
Specializing in ail Variitita
Srictly Fresh Seafoods in Season
Wholesale & Retail Dealers
Dally Refrigerated Home Deliveries
267 Minorca Ave.
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a happy/\and healthy
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and Children
BUNNY and DENNIS
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
MR. and MRS. MAURICE COHEN
and FAMILY
New Year Greetings
To All Our Friends
Miami Beach Optical
Center. Inc.
1579 Washington Ave., Miami Beach534-0695
Happy New Year To All
Carousel Coiffures
8563 Coral Way
Miami 264-7722
Happy New Year
Central Cab
532-5555
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AT
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700Biltmore Way
Coral Gables 445-7821
Happy New Year
Henri and Ruths
Alterations
Men and Women
Wishes A Happy New Year To The
Entire Jewish Community
932-71 Street
865-1882
Richard Hauser Motors
23737 S. Dixie Hwy., Miami258-1311
We Extend New Years Greetings
To All Our Customers and Friends
Esther's Drapery Shop
3211 SW 22 Terrace, Miami445-2155
A Happy New Year To All
Jareds Motor Classics
14084 SW 139th. Ct., Miami235-0287
Happy New Year
To The Entire Jewish Community
Mr. and Mrs. Jerome
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New Year Greetings
To All Our Friends


"J
8-D The Jewish Floridian. Friday, September 17, 1962
'

Sharon: With the Defeat of PLO Mideast is on Threshold of New Era
By YITZHAK RABI
NEW YORK (JTA) -
Defense Minister Ariel
Sharon of Israel declared
here that the Middle East is
on the threshold of a new
era, now that the PLO "was
defeated" by Israel and is
evacuating Lebanon."
"I believe the next country in
the Mideast to sign a peace trea-
ty with Israel is Lebanon,"
Sharon told an overflow audience
at a meeting of the Conference ol
Presidents of Major American
Jewish Organizations. He arrived
here on his way to Washington.
THE DEFENSE Minister
said that a peace treaty between
Israel and Lebanon will change
the Mideast and would create "a
peace triangle" comprising Cairo,
Jerusalem and Beirut. Further-
more, Sharon said, "after the ex-
pulsion of the PLO terrorists
.from Beirut is completed, our
chances for peaceful co-existence
with the Palestinian Arabs in
Judaea and Samaria are greater
than ever."
He reiterated Israel's claim
that the PLO did not represent
the Palestinian people. In fact,
Sharon contended, the PLO was
an obstacle for negotiations be-
tween Palestinian leaders and Is-
rael because the PLO "killed and
murdered" any Palestinians who
were willing to negotiate with Is-
rael.
But, Sharon stressed, Israel
does not want to negotiate with
"collaborators" among the Pa-
lestinians but with Palestinian
leaders "who want to negotiate a
peaceful co-existence with Is-
rael."
THE DEFENSE Minister,
who conceived and orchestrated
the war in Lebanon and was
praised for Israel's military suc-
cess during the operation, was
greeted by a standing ovation.
His speech was also interrupted
by applause several times.
Sharon said that Israel
"managed to defeat the PLO
terrorists not only militarily but
also and mostly politically." He
said the expulsion of the terror-
ists from Beirut, currently under-
way, would end the ability of the
PLO to operate its activities
around the world, activities
which were partly the source of
its political power.
Sharon defended the heavy Is-
raeli bombardment of PLO
strongholds in Beirut on Aug. 5,
11 and 12, claiming that without
military pressure "the PLO
terrorists would not have agreed"
to leave Beirut. He contended
that until Aug. 1, the PLO did
not intend to leave Beirut at all.
"They wanted to freeze the situa-
tion. But on the 5th of August we
increased (the military) pressure
and by Aug. 6 they decided to
leave.
HE SAID that the PLO could
Temple Emanu-El
of Greater Miami
Dr.Inrfaag
Samuel FriadLaad
Chairman of the Board
. AJfmtNtmYmrmAM
The Sisterhood-The Men's Club-TheP.TA.
The Playert-the Forty-Niners-The Family League
And AU Affiliated Youth Groups
American Mizrachi
Women
Best Wishes for Blessings of Good Health
and Good Fortune for This Year and Ever After.
With an added prayer for Peace in Israel and
the Entire World.
Florida Council
Beth Torah
Congregation
1061 N. Miami Beach Blvd.
North Miami Beach, Fla.
Dr. Max A Lipachitz, Rabbi
Marshall P. Baltuch, President
Harvey L. Brown, Executive Dir.
L'Shana Tova Tihatevu
From the Officers, Directors and Membership
Temple Zamora
Coral Gables' Only Conservative Synagogue
44 Zamora Coral Gables
RabbiDr. Akhra Brilliant
CantorLouis Herhmn
PresidentHarvey Brant
New Year Greetings
To The Entire Communltv
Temple Israel
ofMiramar
Paul Piotldn. Rabbi
Joseph WicheUwsId, Cantor
Peter F. Berastem, President
Holiday Greetings From
Temple Beth Am
Rabbi Herbert M. Baumgard, D.H.L., D.D.
Rabbi Morton Hoffman, Associate Rabbi
Rabbi Robert Goldstein, Associate Rabbi
Al Leibert, President
David Stuart, Executive Director
Joan Schwartzman, Associate Director
L-'SURTDB
The Greater Miami
Jewish Cemetery Assoc.
Owners of
Mt. Sinai Memorial
Park Cemetery
1125 NW 137 Street, Miami, Fla.
& Jewish Section of
Woodlawn Park Cemetery
3260 SW 8 Street, Miami, Fla
Eft
Hy man Chabner
President
Fredric Rosen thai
1st V.P.
Hadassah
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
Best Wishes for a Happy New Year to all
THE MIAMI REGION
Mrs. Jules Minkes, President
THE MIAMI BEACH REGION
Mrs. Joseph Kestenbaum
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each Sunday lor the month ol
Elul preceding the
High Holy Holidays
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF GREATER MIAMI
137 Northeast 19 Street 9990 North Kendall Drive
573-5900 595-5055
The Synagogue with a Tradition for Excellence
wishes our people everywhere
A Healthy and Happy New Year
Haskell M. Bernat, Senior Rabbi
Jeffrey K. Salkin, Assistant Rabbi
Jacob G. Bernstein, Cantor-Educator
PhilipS. GoMm, Executive Director
- Burton S. Kahn, President
Temple Adath Yeshurun
1025 NE Miami Gardens Drive 947-1435
Rabbi Simcba Freedman Cantor Iaa Alpern
Congregation President, Morris N. Kau
Sisterhood President. Marcia Kopefmer
Man's Club President. Jeffrey Fink
Chairman of th Board, Mu Hafin
Executive Director. Norman S. Pollack
Educational Director. Norman J. Fischer
Early Childhood Director. Joan Beraman
Happy New Year To AU
Happy New Year To All
THEfiETH DAVID CONGREGATION
Miami's Historic Congregation
Extends Best Wishes For
A Happy, Healthy and Peaceful New Year
To Its Members and To The Entire Jewish Community.
D temple ^oh
A CARING CONSERVATIVE CONGREGATION
Wishes Our People Everywhere
A Healthy, Happy A Peaceful New Year
Dr. Norman N. Shapiro, Rabbi Gerald Goldfarb, Pres
Benjamin Dickson. Cantor Dorothy H. Grant.. Exec. Dir
Our warmest greetings to all our Friends
May the New Year bring peace throughout the world
American Friends of
The Hebrew University
Otto Stieber
Chairman, State of Florida
Stanley Rosenberg
Director. S.E. Hegicn
Donald E. Lefton
President, Gr. Miami Chapter
Florence D. Feldraan
Director, Women's Division
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,. left Beirut even three weeks
-^ had Israel not been pres-
ZJ, apparently by the United
States, against escalating its mi-
litary offensive against the be-
sieged terrorists. He said the
real change, was made on the
night between Aug. 12 and 13.
Wh\.n the PLO. under heavy Is-
raeli bombardment, accepted the
terms for withdrawal as present,
ed by U.S. special envoy Philip
Habib.
Sharon also defended his
actions during the war, empha-
sizing that "from the first day to
the last day of the war every
action in the field was im-
Jemented as a result of (Israeli)
labinet decisions."
Sharon was accused by the
media in Israel and some un-
identified Cabinet ministers that
he acted on his own and ordered
the heavy shelling of Beirut, not-
ably on Aug. 11 and 12, without
consulting first with the govern-
ment.
AS A RESULT of the heavy
10-hour bombardment of west
Beirut on those days President
Reagan called Premier Mena-
chem Begin to express outrage
and to stress that Habib could
not complete his negotiations un-
less there was a complete cease-
fire. Israel called a ceasefire as
the two chief executives were
talking.
The Defense Minister said that
in the aftermath of the war in Le-
banon, Israel and the United
States share "clear common
goals and targets." He listed
them as "the expulsion of the
PLO from Beirut; the withdrawal
of all foreign troops from Leba-
non the terrorists, the Syrians
and the Israelis; the need for se-
curity arrangements along Is-
rael's northern border; and the
need to create a central govern-
ment in Lebanon."
Sharon also noted that as a re-
sult of the war, the influence of
the Soviet Union has been reduc-
ed in the Mideast and, he added,
"this is in the interest of all of
us."
Sharon also pointed out that
there was "never a collusion be-
tween the United States and Is-
rael on the war in Lebanon." In
fact, Sharon disclosed, the U.S.
had urged restraint on the part of
i Israel when he met in Washing-
! ton with U.S. officials just 10
' days before the Israeli invasion of
' Lebanon and warned them that
Israel would react strongly if the
terrorists continued their provo-
cations against Israel.
SHARON BITTERLY reject-
ed charges that the Israeli army
killed civilians in Lebanon indis-
criminately. He said Israel lost
some 350 soldiers, mostly "due to
our efforts not to harm the civi-
lian population, which was kept
as a hostage (by the PLO). They
(the terrorists) held women and
children in windows and doors"
to protect themselves, he
charged.
"No one can preach to us about
the value of human life," the De-
fense Minister said. He added
that no army in the world, not
even "the British and the Ameri-
cans," behaves with as much
consideration to avoid harming
civilians as does the Israeli army.
Sharon said the war in Leba-
non was "a very complicated war,
a very hard war. Israel Defense
Forces deserve every praise for
their effort to win the war."
Continued on Page 14
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Pioneer Women
Council of
South Florida
AND ITS CHAPTERS
ATID GOLDA MEIR
iAVIVA HI RISE TIKVAH
BEBAIDELSON ILANA
CHAI KADIMAH
CLUB I KINNERET
CLUB II MASADA
CORAL GABLES MIRAMAR
DIMONA BET SABRA
EILAT SHALOM
SHARON
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Extend Heartiest New Year Greetings
To The South Florida Jewish Community
National Council
Of Jewish Women
GREATER MIAMI SECTION
Extends Best Wishes for
A Happy and Healthy New Year
*~<
The Rabbi Alexander S. Gross
Hebrew Academy of Greater Miami
Extends a Happy and Healthy New Year
To the South Florida Jewish Community
L'ShanaTova
Miami Chapter
American
Jewish Committee
Shepard King, President
William A. Gralnick,
Southeast Regional Director
Steven H. Naturman, Area Director
Cuban Hebrew New Year
Congregation roTh9JSSS
1700 Michigan Ave., Miami Beach Community
The Israelite Center
Temple
3175 SW 25th Street
The Rabbi, Cantor, Officers and Members
Extend Their Greetings
To AU Their Members and Friends
For A Happy New Year
Albert Zisman. Chairman of the Board
Membership Inquiries Invited'
L'Shana Tova
Tikosevu
Best Wishes for a Healthy
and Happy New Year
from the Officers and Members
Department of Florida Ladies Auxiliary
Jewish War Veterans of the U.S. A.
CAROL GOLD, Department President
A Happy New Year To AU
Temple Beth Moshe
2225 NE 121 St., N. Miami, Fla. S3181
Commander
Norman T. Levlna
Jewish War Veterans of the U.S.A.
West Miami Post & Aux 223
Extend our very best wishes
lor a Very Healthy and Happy New Year
We meet the 2nd and 4th Thursday
at Temple Beth Tov 6438 SW 8 St.
Miami, Fla 261-8054
President
Charlotte Mlttler
Dr. Louis M. Ledennan
Rabbi
Joseph A. Gorfinkel, Ph.D.
Rabbi Emeritus
Moshe Freidier
Cantor
Elliot Eiseman
President
Irving L. Jaret
Executive Director
Franklin D. Kreutzer
President, Southeast Region
United Synagogue of America
and Family
Judy, Frank, Renee & Jay
Wish all members of the Southeast Region
of the United Synagogue of America
(Conservative)
A Happy and Healthy New Year
Hebrew Educators Alliance
Of Greater Miami
Extends Best Wishes to All Jewish Educators, to the
Leaders and Directors of the Central Agency for Jewish
Education, to the Jewish Federation of Greater Miami and
To the Entire Jewish Community.
A Happy and Healthy New Year
Mr*. Julius Sukenlk, President
Rabbi Shimon Azulay, Honorary President
Mrs. Jack Diamond, 1st Vice President
Shula Ben David, 2nd Vice President
Michael Ashbal, Secretary
Young Israel of
Greater Miami
990 NE 17lat St., North Miami Beach
"The Center for Orthodox Judaism
in North Miami Beach"
W ishes a Happy and Meaningful New Year
To All of Greater Miami
Zev Leff, Rabbi
David Nemtzov, President
Hon. Hirsh Schpoont
Wishes a Happy and Peaceful Year
to all men of good will and best wishes
to the following organizations:
Zionist Organization of America,
Jewish National Fund,
Judea Lodge B'nai B'rith,
Hadassah Asssociates,
Jewish War Veterans,
United Jewish Appeal,
United Way,
National Council of Jewish Women,
Hebrew Academy,
Hudson County Club of New Jersey in Florida,
Roney Plaza Social Club,
and the Social Service Commission
of Miami Beach.
Temple Samu-El
9353 SW 162nd Ave., Miami
"A Conservative Synagogue
Serving South Dade "
Edwin Farber, Rabbi
Lawrence R. Metach, President
Marilyn Kuffner, Sisterhood President
David Dernis. Men's Club President
Happy New Year
To the Entire Jewish Community
May the travails of last year's nourish wisdom for
this year's dreams and aspirations
Temple Judea
Of Coral Gabies
A Reform Congregation
5500 Granada Blvd. Phone 667-5657
MICHAEL B. EISENSTAT, RABBI
Executive Director Cantorlai Soloist
LEEJUBELIRER LAUREL N. SWERDIN
President Education Director
BARRY I. HESSER RAYBERMAN
Yiddish Culture
Winkle
Happy New Year
Menashe Feldsteln, President
Sarah Kaufman, Vice President
Sheva Borland, Financial Secretary
Ell Altman, Recording Secretary


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New President's Conference Head



By YITZHAK RABI
Julius Berman, the
newly-elected chairman of
the Conference of Presi-
dents of Major American
Jewish Organizations,
assumes office at a time
when Israeli-American
relations like almost
everything else as result of
the Israeki invasion of
Lebaninare at a cross-
roads, with more questions
asked than satisfactory an-
swers found.
In a one-hour interview with
the Jewish Telegraphic Agency
held at Berman's law office in
Manhattan just hours before Se-
cretary of State Alexander
Haig's resignation was announc-
ed, the 46-year-old Berman, who
is president of the Union of
Orthodox Jewish Congregations
of America and also secretary of
the Board of Directors of the
JTA, gave his views on a wide
variety of topics.
QUESTION: How would you
asses the degree of support
among American Jews of the
Israeli operation in Lebanon?
ANSWKKI believe that general-
ly there is an overwhelming con-
sensus of the American Jewish
commuity in support of the deci-
sion by Israel to ensure, once and
for all, that the thousands of in-
habitants of the Galil shall live
and sleep in safety and security
and no longer live from minute to
minute with the overwhelming
fear that another incursion will
Lebanon or a Katyusha rocket
will fall on them.
QUESTIONS What are the short
term and the long term implica-
tions of the operation in your
view?
ANSWERS The immediate im-
plication, as I indicated above, is
that the hoped-for Sholom
L'Galil (Peace in the Galilee) will
actually take place, that is, that
the inhabitants of the North will
live in peace as in the rest of the
country. The long term implica-
tions may be extremely far-
reaching. There is great hope and
desire, not only in Israel but in
the United States as well, that
Lebanon as a country, will finally
have a new opportunity to recon-
Agudas Cha varum Congregation
Jewish American Interfaith Marriage Ceremonies
A Happy' Inter-Marriage and Conversions
v Rabbi Cantor S. Sterling Zahn
New Year M.^.d Rrfushen
To All Chapel Available Worship Services
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KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION
Rabbi David Lehrfield
Orthodox Dally Services Mornings & Evening
1415 Euclid Ave. Miami Beach5382741
A Happy New Year
Temple Sinai of North Dade
18801 N.E. 22nd Ave.. No. Miami Ben.-932-9010
Ralph Kingsley, Rabbi Irving Shulkes, Cantor
Julian Cook, Assoc.. Rabbi Norman Klein, Pres.
A Happy New Year To
Tin Entire Jewish Community
RAM AT SHALOM I Dlbv Jim
11301 West Broward Boulevard
Plantation, Fla. 33325
(305) 472-3600
A Happy New Year To All
AVENTURA JEWISH CENTER
Rabbi Salzman
2972 Aventura Blvd., No. Miami Beach
935-0666
Wishes A Joyous and Happy New Year To All
HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTER
Beth Tefilah
416NE8th Avenue, Hallandale 33009
Rabbi, Dr. Carl Klein Cantor, Jacob Danziger
President, Myer A. Pritsker
Our warmest greetings to all our Friends
May the New Year bring peace throughout the world
American Friends of
The Hebrew University
OttoStieber
Chairman, Sta jb of Florida
Stanley Rosenberg
Director, S.E. Region
Donald E. Lefton
President. Gr. Miami Chapter
Florence D. Feldman
Director, Women's Division
Sam & Carl's
Delicatessen
6751 S.W. 57th Ave., Miami 665-1631
We Wish All Our Customers and Friends
A Happy New Year
Namarc Enterprises Inc.
Flooring & Interior Design
17082 W. Dixie Hwy. 944-0522
No. Miami Beach, Fla. 33162
Hoddv New Year
Kennedy & Dewitt
Attorneys at Law
7655 W. 20th Avenue
Hialeah, Fla. 33016 821-6140
Happy New Year
May the New Year be a bountiful one and bring
a full meaaure of happiness to our members and
the entire Jewish community
TEMPLE NER TAMID
SISTERHOOD
Mrs. Carlton (Mildred) Blake, President
International Safe Deposit
Corp.
310 Arthur Godfrey Rd!, M.B. 674-7233
Extend New Year's Greetings
To All Our Customers and Friends
White Sale of Florida
2822 N.E. 187th Street
No. Miami, Fla. 33180 935-4630
Happy New Year
Willard Shutter Co. Inc.
4420 N.W. 35th Court, Miami 633-0162
A Happy and Joyous New Year
To The Entire Jewish Community
Travel Trade Link inc.
100 Biscayne Blvd. North
Miami, Fla. 33132-379-8451
Happy New Year
A1A Waterproofing
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P.O. Box 610905-No. Miami, Fla. 33161
891-6147 or 893-3643
Happy New Year
struct itself, to be the free and in-
dependent country it once was,
where Christians and Moslems
and Jews, for that matter caff/
live together in peace and har-
mony, without being occupied by
foreign elements, whether they be
Syrian forces, PLO terrorists, or
even Israeli troops.
QUESTIONS The operation faced
a lot of criticism here in the media
and in official circles during
Begins visit. Do you think sup-
port for Israel is eroding in the^
United StaWs?
ANSWERS I do not believe that
to be the case. I believe one of the
problems that has recently arisen
is the fear.-.repeated again and.
again in the media, that Israel
Continued on Page 12 (Jirthal
Fu Manchu Restaurant
325 71st Street
Miami Beach 866-4303
Happy New Year
All Florida Pool Center
11720 Biscayne Blvd., Miami 893-4036
We Wish All Our Customers & Friends
A Happy New Year
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15595 N.W. 15 Ave., Miami 624-3661
A Happy New Year
To All Our Customers & Friends
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Blackman
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy and Healthy New Year
Cadillac Restaurant
3925 Collins Ave., Miami Beach 674-9888
A Happy New Year
To all our Customers and Friends
The Athletes Shoe Inc.
253-9002
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Best Professional
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947 Washington A venue 538-1710
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Miami, Fla. 33054 685-8046
Happy New Year
Burke and Son
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86 N.W. 86th St., Miami, Fla. 33150 759-1905
Happy New Year
Tel Aviv Kosher Dairy
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18117 N.E. 19th Ave., No. Miami947-9335
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Sznapy's Inc.
Sporting Goods
2086 N.W. 21st Street, Miami 326-7151
A Happy New Year
Elias Auto Parts Inc.
3401 S.W. 8th Street
Miami, Fla. 33155 448-0385
Happy New Year
Ira S. Lelchuk, D.D.S.
Wishes his Relatives and Friends
A Happy and Healthy New Year
Captain John Callen
Castaway Dock Master
16375 Collins Avenue
Miami Beach 947-4081
Happy New Year
Central Freight
Forwarding Inc.
P.O. Box 014936 Miami, Fla. 33101
591-2533 or 858-3520
Happy New Year
Faces In The Grove
3390 Mary St., Coconut Grove 448-9399
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A Happy New Year
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Book and Video Store
6833 S.W. 40th Street, Miami 661-9013
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Tropical Rug Co.
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Happy New Year
Trojan Transport
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Happy New Year
i '". i
RAYMOND EXPORT CO.
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Happy New Year
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.



German Authorities Propose Ban on Imports
LONDON (JTA) Pro-
posed legislation in West Ger-
many would ban the importation
of material containing swastikas
or other Nazi-related insignias it
was reported here by the Insti-
tute of Jewish Affairs, the re-
search arm of the World Jewish
Congress.
The legislation, proposed by
_________ _____ ___ ________ the Federal Ministry of Justice,
\ >s to take the form of an amend-
,.,.. r /i .1 j !_ ^^^^. ment the Present wording of
Yessman WMum Lehman (left) and philanthropist Nicho- the criminal code dealing with
I Morley will be guests of honor at the Bar-Ilan University material containing insignia of
r, Sunday, Oct. 31, Konover Hotel, Miami Beach. Nazi organizations. Current leg-
i islation merely prohibits the use
Friday, September 17,1982. The Jewish Floridian Page 1 ID
Insignia, as defined by law, "are,
in particular, flags, badges, uni-
forms, items of uniforms,
slogans, and forms of salute."
The IJA also reported a related
legislative proposal designed to
overcome a serious limitation
dealing with current law on the
confiscation of banned Nazi pro-
paganda material. In this case,
German authorities have had dif-
ficulties in applying the law be-
cause of the restrictive nature of
existing statutes of limitation.
The proposed amendment would
change the articles of the criminal
code to allow confiscation of
material even where offending
publications have escaped pro-
secution because of expired
statutes of limitation.
(of publicity "at meetings or in
publications" of such Nazi para-
phernalia.
According to the IJA, the
highly restrictive wording of
existing legislation gave rise to a
loophole which made the sending
of Nazi insignias to Germany
from abroad possible. To close
the loophole, the proposed a-
mendment would proscribe the
"production, keeping in stock or
importing" of such isignia.
THE NEW wording would
bring the legislation into line
with the present law outlawing
Nazi "propaganda material."
Bat Harbour
Village
J.M. LIPTON
Insurance Agency
101 East Flagler Street
Miami, Florida 33132
Phone:371-5631
Best Wishes For A Happy New Year
To Our Clients & Friends
Holiday Greetings
From
unetco Enterprises, Inc.
St. Francis
Hospital
868-5000
250 West 63rd. Street
Miami Beach, Florida 33141
HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO OUR FRIENDS
Commissioner
BARRYD. SCHREIBER,
and family wish you and your loved ones
health and happiness for the coming New Year.
^W%^^/
ing Berlin Men's Shop
1919 Hollywood Blvd.
Hollywood 921-2561
Happy New Year
lUftrTYimiTOl
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Wishes All A Happy New Year
1501 North Miami Avenue
Miami, Florida
3734445
Beau Rivage Hotel
9955 Collins Avenue
Sahara Motel
18335 Collins Avenue
JCappy
Gables
Lincoln Mercury
4001 Ponce De Leon 445-7711
(Corner of Bird and Ponce)
Wishes A Very Happy
New Year
To All Their Friends and Customers
Wishing All My Friends
A Happy New Year
Harry Ridge
PLACE PIGALLE
SHOWPLACE OF THE SOUTH
215 22nd. Street, Miami Beach
Reservations
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444 Brickell Ave.. Miami
Happy New Year
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Restaurant
Coral Gable
115 Giralda Avenue
HAPPY NEW YEAR
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i
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Wishing All Our Jewish Friends The Healthiest
Of New Years
Biscayne Medical Center
2801 N.E. 209 St.
At Biscayne Blvd.
932-0250 Miami, Fl. 33180
538-0055
CAMPBELL
GROCERIES
AND MEATS
6964671
6800 32nd. Avenue, Miami
HAPPY NEW YEAH TO ALL
International Computer
Brokerage Inc.
1721 S.W. 99 Place
Miami, Fla 33165
Wish Entire Jewish Community
A Joyous, Prosperous New Year
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Wish Entire Jewish Community
A Joyous, Prosperous New Year


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New President's Conference Head

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will attack west Beirut. Between
that {ear and the exaggerated
figures that have been thrown
around about civilian casualties
in Lebanon, the impression may
have arisen in various places
within this country that Israel
Mends, for all intents and pur-
poses, to take over Lebanon. Be-
cause in my mind there is no
Question but that Israel wants to
get out of Lebanon as quickly
as possible provided that ade-
quate assurances are established
within the 25 miles of the
southern border of Lebanon
against further incursions from
Lebanon into Israel and the
Israeli troops never attempt to
kill or maim civilians.
QUESTION: Do you think the
Reagan Administration is seek-
ing eye to eye with Israel on the
importance of the operation to
American interests? Are there
any parallels between American
interests and Israeli interests?
ANSWEIU There are certainly
parallels. And there is no ques-
tion that there is a similarity of
thinking in large part with res-
pect to Lebanon. However, there
is no question that both Israel
and America believe that this
may be a golden opportunity, in
terms of both the future of
Lebanon and peace in the Mid-
east. However, that does not
mean that both countries are of
the same mind with respect to
each individual decision made by
Israel in the course of the battle.
That has never been the case, nor
could it be. with two independent
countries, each with its own rela-
tionships, priorities and opinions.
For example, since we have
known for many months now
that it is the position of the
Reagan Administration that the
allegedly moderate Arab coun-
tries, such as Saudi Arabia and
Jordan, should be accommodated
by the United States in various
ways, including the provision of
the most advanced technological
weapons we have, there is no
question that the United States
is approaching the Lebanon situ-
ation keeping in mind that this
general desire of it shall be sal-
vaged or. it possible, even
secured.
QUESTlONan recent days there
has been criticism regarding the
civilians killed as a result of the
Israeli invasion. What is your
answer to these charges and es-
pecially to charges that American
Jews are keeping silent on the
ANSWER! My answer basically
is that all Jews, including the
Jews living in Israel and those
within the Israeli government
and. for that matter, in the Israeli
armed forces, abhor the killing of
any human being of whatever re-
ligion. This is our tradition of nki.
and it is ingrained in our person-
alities. If I felt that even one ci-
vilian died because of an inten-
tional infliction of death upon
him or her by the Israeli armed
forces. I too would feel a sense of
criticism toward what was oc-
curring. However, it is my clear
understanding that whatever ci-
vilians died, died as the result of
attacks or counter-attacks upon
Syrian armed troops or PLO ter-
rorists, and. the unfortunate pos
itioning of these entities near oi
within the civilian population
which leads to this unfortunate
very unfortunate by-pro-
duct of war.
QUESTION: There is no doubt
that the situation now is in a
crisis state. How can American
Jews help? Is there any role they
can play?
ANSWER: 1 believe that the
American Jewish community has
to gird itself for the immediate
task ahead which is to support
the Administration's desires to
aid in the effort to create a new
independent country in Lebanon.
I have reason to believe from per-
sonal contacts upon the meeting?
between Prime Minister (Mena
chem) Begin and the Presideiit.
that it is the intention of the Ad-
ministration to aid in arranging
for a new government authority
that will be sovereign in the
country of Lebanon. To the
extent political support is needed
to implement those desires, the
American Jewish Community
has its task cut out for it.
Wedding
HORN PROUSET
Ora Horn, daughter of Rabbi
and Mrs. William Horn of Sum-
mit. N.J and Joseph Prouset.
son of Mr and Mrs. Melvin
Prouset of Northhampton.
Mass.. were married Aug. 8 at
Summit Jewish Community Cen-
ter. Rabbi William Horn, father
of the bride, and Dr. Sam Men-
delowiu. uncle of the bride, offi-
ciated.
Dassy Horn, sister of the bride,
was maid of honor, and the
brother of the groom was best
man.
The bride is a graduate of the
Theological Seminar. and
Columbia University and is pre-
sently studying for her masters
at the Seminary.
The groom is presently study-
ing at Columbia University and
the Theological Seminary toward
the Rabbinate.
Mrs. Rachel Mendelowitz of
North Miami Beach is the grand-
mother of the bride.
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BAR-ILAN University
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President Vice President
Morton Goodman.
Executive Director
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Miami Beach, Fla. 33139
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Friday, September 17,1982. The Jewish Floridian Page 13-D
|SuPPOrf?rs f I*?9 Weizmann Institute at Rubinstein put
Itheir heads together to plan a tribute to one of the 20th cen-
I fury's greatest pianists, Arthur Rubinstein, who will fly in from
this home in Geneva, Switzerland to be guest of honor at the Na-
\tional Weizmann Dinner at the Waldorf-Astoria on Oct. 18.fin-
lalizing arrangements for the evening are (right to left) dinner
\chairpersons, Maks Birnbach and Elga Stulman, with program
hhairman, Henry J. Everett.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious name
Miami World Trade Tower at
201-299 S.E. First Avenue,
Miami, Fla. intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
Barbara A. Morris,
President
18118 September 17.24;
C-tober 1,8,1982
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
CIVILACTION
NO 82 13*1 FCM
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: The Marriage of
ALICE GUERRIER,
Petitioner,
and
ERNAL E. GUERRIER,
Respondent.
TO: ERNAL E. GUERRIER
Residence Unknown.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that an action for Disso-
lution of Marriage has been
filed against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your
written defenses, if any, to it on
LIEBERMAN & BENJAMIN,
attorney for Petitioner, whose
address is 8900 S.W. 107th Ave-
nue, Suite 206, Miami. FL
33176. and file the original with
the clerk of the above styled
court on or before October 15,
1982; otherwise a default will
be entered against you for the
relief demanded In the com-
plaint or petiticn.
Tins notice shall be published
once each week for four con-
secutive weeks in THE JEW-
ISH KI.OK1D1AN.
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami,
Florida on this 10 day of Sep-
tember. 19-'
RICHARD P. UHINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Uade County, Florida
By A. Minguez
As Deputy Clerk
i lilt Court Seal)
WHO September 17, 24;
October 1,8.1082
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action
NO. 82-13637
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The Marriage of
U1I.BERTH. ALEXANDER
and
VIV1ANNEESCOLAR
TO; VIvianne Escolar
KdlficioGirasolNo. 9
Baranquilla,
Colombia
YOU ARE HEREBY
NOTIFIED that an action foi
Dissolution of Marriage has
been filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any. to
It on DEL-VALLE LAW OF-
FICES, PA. attorney for Peti-
tioner, whose address Is I960
Southwest 27th Avenue, Second
Floor, Miami, Florida SS148,
and file the original with the
clerk of the above styled court
on or before October 15, 1982;
otherwise a default will be en-
tered against you for the relief
demanded In the complaint or
petition.
This notice shall be
published once each week for
four consecutive weeks In THE
JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami.
Florida on thl 17 day of Sep-
tember, 1982.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By M.J. Hartnett
At Deputy Clerk
18116 September 17, 24;
October 1. 8.1*83
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW-
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious name Joint
Venture Productions, Inc., d-b-
a City View Records at P. O.
BOX 5486 Hlaleah. Fla. 33014
Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida.
Oscar J. LLord,
President
Joint Venture
Productions, Inc.
Agent for
City View Records
Maria LLord
18075 August 27;
Septembers, 10,17, 1982
INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN FOR FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
Case No. 82-12792 FC-S
FAMILY DIVISION
In re the marriage of
CLAIRE T. STONE
Petltioner-
and
ASHTON B. STONE
Respondent-
NOT1CE OF ACTION
TO: ASHTON B. STONE
55 Caribbean Drive
Kingston 7,
Jamaica W.I.
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
an action for dissolution of
marriage has been filed
against you and you are re-
quired to serve a copy of your
written defenses, if any, on
ROBERT M ZIEJA. ESQ., At-
torney for Petitioner, 633 N.E.
167 St.. N.M.B.. Fl 33162 on or
be/ore October 22.1982. and file
tp> original with the clerk of
this court; otherwise a default
will be entered against you
Dated: September 14. 1982.
RICHARD P. BRINKER.
Clerk
by M. Minguez
As Deputy Clerk
18124 September 17.24;
October 1.8, 1982
INTHE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 81 10575
Division CP 03
IN RE: ESTATE OF
YVONNE T. SHACKELFORD
Deceased
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
The administration of the
estate of YVONNE T.
SHACKELFORD. deceased,
File Number 81-10575, is pend-
ing In the Circuit Court for
Dade County. Florida, Probate
Division, the address of which
Is 73 West Flagler Street,
Miami, Florida 33130. The
names and addresses of the
personal representative and
the personal representative's
attorney are set forth below.
All Interested persons are
required to file with this court,
WITHIN THREE MONTHS OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE: (1) all
claims against the estate and
(2) any objection by an Inter-
ested person to whom notice
was mailed that challenges the
validity of the will, the quail
flcaUons of the personal repre
sentatlve, venue, or Jurisdic-
tion of the court.
ALL CLAIMS AND OBJEC-
TIONS NOT SO FILED WILL
BE FOREVER BARRED.
Publication of this Notice
has begun on September 17,
1982.
Personal Repreeentatlve:
KENNETH SHACKELFORD
2485 N.W. 87th Street
Miami, Florida 33142
Attorney for Personal
Representative
M. Jay Bennett, Esq.
1700 Daytonla Road
Miami Beach. Florida 88141
Telephone: (80S) 84M-6666
1812a September 17, 241982
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCT0/E SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
CIVILACTION
NO. 82-13760 FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: The Marriage of
MARIE JOSE
DELATOUR,
Petitioner,
and
LUCIEN DELATOUR.
Respondent.
TO: LUCIEN DELATOUR
107-01 Monterey St.
Queens Vlllaee.
NY.11429
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that an action for Disso-
lution of Marriage has been
filed against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your
written defenses, If any, ot It on
IRIS L. BENSON, attorney for
Petitioner, whose address Is
7357 West Flagler Street,
Miami, Florida 33144, and file
the original with the clerk of
the above styled court on or be-
fore October 15, 1982: 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-
secutive weeks In THE JEW
ISH FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami,
Florida on this 13 day of Sep-
tember. 1982.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By M. J.Hartnett
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal I
IRIS L BENSON
Attorney at Law
7357 West Flagler St.
Miami, Florida 33144
Attorney for Petitioner
18123 September 17. 24;
October 1, 8,1982
INTHECIRCUITCOURT
FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 82-7348
Division 01
IN RE: ESTATE OF
PORFIRIO PEREZ
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 NOTI-
FIED that the administration
of the estate of PORFIRIO
PEREZ, deceased. File Num-
ber 82-7348. Is pending In the
Circuit Court for Dade County,
Florida. Probate Division, the
address of which is 73 West
Flagler Street, Miami, Florida.
The personal representative of
the estate is ALMA PEREZ J..
whose address is 7040 S.W.
96th Terrace, Miami, Flor-
ida. The name and address
of the personal representa-
tive'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 PUBLICA-
TION OF THIS NOTICE, to file
with the clerk of the above
court a written statement of
any claim or demand they may
have. Each claim must be In
writing and must indicate the
basis for the claim, the name
and address of the creditor or
his agent or attorney, and the
amount claimed. If the claim Is
not yet due, the date when It
will become due shall be
stated. If the claim Is contin-
gent or unliquidated, the na-
ture of the uncertainty shall be
stated. If the claim Is secured,
the security shall be described.
The claimant shall deliver suf-
ficient copies of the claim to the
clerk to enable the clerk to mall
one copy to each personal re-
presentative.
All persons interested In the
estate to whom a copy of this
Notice of Administration has
been mailed are required,
WITHIN THREE MONTHS
FROM THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE, to file any ob-
jections they may have that
challenges the validity of the
decedent's will, the qualifica-
tions of the personal represen-
tative, or the venue or Jurisdic-
tion of the court.
ALL CLAIMS, DEMANDS,
AND OBJECTIONS NOT SO
FILED WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED.
Date of the first publication
of this Notice of Administra-
tion: September 17,1982.
ALMA PEREZ J.
As Personal Representative
of the Estate of
PORFIRIO PEREZ
Deceased
ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL
REPRESENTATIVE:
ERIC B. TURETSKY, ESQ.,
MALANDAND
TURETSKY, P.A
2725 S.W. Third Ave.
Miami. Florida 83129
Telephone: (806)864-2736
18126 September 17,24,1882
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA' IN
AND FOR OADE COUNTY
CIVILACTION
NO 2 13004
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: The Marriage of:
ARCILIO GEORGE
OCHIL, Husband-Petitioner
and
MARIA REGLA OCHIL.
Wife-Respondent
TO: MARIA REGLA
OCHIL
Residence
address unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that an action for Disso-
lution of Marriage has been
filed against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your
written defenses, if any, to It on
ALBERT L. CARRICARTE.
P.A., attorney for Petitioner,
whose address Is 2491 N.W. 7th
Street, Miami. Florida 33125,
and file the original with the
clerk of the above styled court
on or before October 1. 1982;
otherwise a default will be en-
tered against you for the relief
demanded In the complaint or
petition.
This notice shall be published
once each week for four con-
secutive weeks In THE JEW-
ISH FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami,
Florida on this 25 day of Au-
gust, 1982.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By Clarlnda Brown
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal I
ALBERT L.
CARRICARTE, PA.
Attorney for the Husband
2491 N.W. 7th Street
Miami, Florida 33125
Telephone: 649-7917
18076 September 3, 10;
______________ 17, 24, 1982
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTION SERVICE
I NO PROPERTY)
INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITOF FLORIDA.IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action
No. 82 13859 FC
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
NOTICE FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF
JORGE A. RENDON.
Petitioner,
and
PIEDAD C. GARCIA.
Respondent.
TO: PEIDADC.GARCIA
Carrera 83 No. 48 BB 38
Medelltn. Colombia
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that a petition 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
defenses. If any. to It on R. A.
DEL PINO, attorney for Peti-
tioner, whose address Is 1401
Weat Flagler Street Miami.
Florida 33135. and file the ori-
ginal with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before
October 16, 1982, otherwise a
default will be entered against
you for the relief prayed for In
the complaint or petition
This notice shall be published
once each week for four con-
secutive weeks In THE JEW-
ISH FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami.
Florida on this day of Sept. 14,
IQA9
RICHARD P. BRINKER.
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By M. J. HARTNETT
As Deputy Clerk
R.A.DEL PINO. ESQ.
1401 West Flagler Street
Miami, Florida 33135
Attorney for Petitioner
18127 September 17, 24
October 1, 8, 1982
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITOF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action
No. 82 13618
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: The Marriage of
DENISEDUCHENE
Petitioner Wife
and
LEWIS PAUL DUCHENE
Respondent-Husband
TO: Mr. Lewis Paul Duchene
Residence Address Unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY
NOTIFIED that an action for
Dissolution of Marriage has
been filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, If any, to
It on ARTHUR H. LIPSON, at-
torney for Petitioner, whose
address Is 1515 N.W. 167 Street.
Miami, Florida, and file the
original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before
October 15, 1982; otherwise a
default will be entered against
you for the relief demanded In
the complaint or petition.
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami,
Florida on this 9 day of Sep-
tember, 1982.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
A* Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By N.A. Hewett
As Deputy Clerk
18117 September 17. M;
October 1. 8, 1982
INTHECIRCUITCOURT
FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
Probate No: 82 6602
Division: 03
IN RE: ESTATE OF
DAVID ALLAN JONES,
Deceased
ANCILLIARY
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING
CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
AGAINST SAID ESTATE AND
OTHER PERSONS INTER-
ESTED IN SAID ESTATE:
YOU ARE HEREBY
NOTIFIED that the adminls
tratlon of the Estate of DAVID
ALLAN JONES, deceased, late
of Stark County. Ohio, has
commenced In the captloned
proceeding.
YOU ARE HEREBY
NOTIFIED AND REQUIRED
to file any claims and demands
which you may have against
the Estate and to file any chal-
lenge to the validity of the Last
Will and Testament offered for
probate. If any, or any objec-
tion to the qualifications of the
Personal Representative,
venue or Jurisdiction of the
Court, with the Court. Dade
County Courthouse, 73 West
Flagler Street. Miami. Florida
33130, WITHIN THREE
MONTHS FROM THE DATE
OF THE FIRST PUBLICA-
TION OF THIS NOTICE OR
YOUR RIGHT TO DO SO WILL
BE forever barred.
ALL CLAIMS. DEMANDS.
AND OBJECTIONS NOT SO
FILED WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED.
First publication of this
Notice on the 17 day of Sep-
tember, 1982.
Ralph M. Jones
As personal Representative
of the Estate of
DAVID ALLAN JONES
Deceased
ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL
REPRESENTATIVE
RALPH M. JONES
11741 W: Biscayne Canal Road
Miami. Florida, 33161
Telephone: (3061895-1117
Publish in: Hewlsh Floridian
18113 September 17. 24
October 1,8 1982
NOTICE OH ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITOF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
CIVILACTION
NO. 82-13679 FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF
RAUL F. RIVEIRO
PETITIONER,
and
JAUNA F BOZA
SAON RIVEIRO
RESPONDENT
TO: JUANAF BOZA
SAON RIVEIRO
CALLE 19 No 1218
Apt. 4
VEDADO,
HABANA. CUBA
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that an action for Disso-
lution of Marriage has been
filed against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your
written defenses. If any. to it on
MILTON C. GOODMAN. ESQ.,
attorney for Petitioner, whose
address Is 19 West Flagler
Street, Suite 520. Miami, Flor-
ida 33130, and file the original
with the clerk of the above
styled court on or before
October 15, 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-
secutive weeks In THE JEW-
ISH FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami,
Florida on this 10 day of Sep-
tember. 1982.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By M. J.Hartnett
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
MILTON C.
GOODMAN, ESQ..
Attorney for Petitioner
19 West Flagler Street.
Suite 620
Miami. Florida 33130
Attorney for Petitioner
18121 September 17.24;
October 1,8,1982

STATE OF FLORIDA
DEPARTMENT OF STATE
I certify that TOPAZ ASSOCI-
ATES, LTD.. a Limited Part-
nership formed under Chapter
620. Florida Statutes, having Its
principal place of business In
Miami, Florida was cancelled
for failure to file Its 1982 Annual
Report. Pursuant to the provi-
sions of Section 620.31, Florida
i Statutes, I hereby give NO-
TICE In this newspaper, which
Is published In Dade County,
Florida, that said limited part-
nership has filed all reports
and paid -all fees required
under law.
Given under my hand and the
Great Seal of
the State of Florida,
at Tallahassee, the Capital,
this the 5th day of
August. 1983. .
George Firestone"
Secretary of State
September 17, 1983

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Page 14-D The Jewish Floridian. Friday, September 17, 1982
Reagan's American Peace Initiative
Continued from Page 3
Shultz again stressed that the
U.S. will not deal with it until the
PLO recognizes Israel's right to
exist and accepts United Nations
Resolutions 242 and 338.
But he also pointed out that
the events in Lebanon have
shown that terror and violence
"do not work" in helping th<
Palestinian cause. "I would hope
that the leaders of the PLO and
everyone in the area will start
looking at the peace initiatives
and the peace process rather than
the violence and the war
process," Shultz said.
THROUGHOUT his speech,
Reagan stressed the continuing
concern of the U.S. for Israel's
security. "The United States will
oppose any proposal from any
party and at any point in the
negotiating process that
threatens the security of Israel,"
he declared.
While calling for Israeli with-
drawal from the territories, Rea-
gan stressed that how much ter-
ritory will have to be given up, in
the U.S. view, "will be heavily af-
fected by the extent of true peace
and normalization and the securi-
ty arrangements offered in re-
turn." At the same time, he
stressed that Israel will not be
asked to go back to the pre-1967
situation in which much of its
territory was only 10 miles wide
and most of its population was in
the range of hostile artillery.
This statement was added to
the speech at the last minute.
Shultz said that Reagan and his
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advisers wanted to underscore
U.S. concern for Israel's security.
He said Isarel as a small country
was justifiably concerned about
its security and must be guaran-
teed secure and defensible
borders.
WITH THE Begin govern-
ment rejecting the Reagan initia-
tive and the Labor opposiiton ap-
proving it, some observers here
saw the Administration in a
Machiavellian effort aimed at
bringing the Begin government
down. This was vigorously de-
nied by Shultz in his television
appearance. "The construction of
the government of Israel and who
is to represent the people of Israel
is the business of the people of
Israel," he said. "We do not have
any views about that."
The next step, however, may
be in the area of public opinion
both in Israel and the U.S. State
Department spokesman John
Hughes noted last week that the
Administration was pleased that
the President's proposals had
been greeted approvingly in edi-
torials in major American news-
papers.
There are signs that Israel may
be painted as intransigent. But
what happens may depend more
on what the Arabs do. If the
Arab governments, particularly
Jordan, show they are willing to
accept Israel and sit down at the
negotiating table, then the Presi-
dent's initiative may indeed be a
"fresh start." If not, prospects
for the autonomy negotiations
are dimmer than ever.
This report was filed by JTA
in Washington.
David Wasserman, a 93-year
old congregant, will officiate
at High Holiday services at
Temple Zamora.
Sharon
Continued from Page 9
Sharon, applauded by the audi-
ence, added: "They are the real
cedars of Lebanon." He said that
in addition to the some 350 sol-
diers killed, 2,000 Israeli soldiers
were wounded.
While Sharon was speaking, a
crowd of some 75 supporters of
the PLO demonstrated outside
the building where the meeting
was taking place. The demon-
strators carried slogans against
Sharon and on behalf of the PLO.
A small group of Israeli support-
ers demonstrated a few feet away
carrying Israeli flags and pla-
cards against PLO terrorism. No
, incidents were reported.
JFCS Program
Jewish Family and Children's
Service will hold a program
"Creating a Mature Marriage," |
presented by Dr. Ann Ruben,
marriage counselor. It will be
held on Thursdays at 7:30 p.m.
for four weeks, starting Sept. 30,
' and will be held at Temple Sinai
of North Dade. For'information
contact Children's Services.
The
Zev Kogan Family
$
Extend New Year Greeting To The Entire
Jewish Community
Synagogue Listing
Candlellghtlng Time: 7:03
TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN
1025 NE Miami Gardens Drive
North Miami Beach 947-1435
Rabbi Simcha Freedman
Cantor Ian Alpern Conservative
Rosh Haahanah Service*
Frl. ft Sat., 6:45 p.m.
Sat. ft Sun., 8 a.m. ft 7 p.m.
AVENTURA JEWISH CENTER
2972 Avontura Blvd. Miami, Fl.
935-0666 Conservative
David B. SalUman, Rabbi
Lawrence Tuchlnskv. Cantor
Rosh Haahanah Services
Fri. evening, 7 p.m.
Sat. ft Sun., 8:15 a.m. ft 7:15 p.m. _^
TEMPLE BETH AM Dr. Herbert
5950 N. Kendall Dr. Baumgard
S. MIm.-667-6687 Senior Rabbi
Morton Hottman, Associate Rabbi
Robert Goldstein, Associate Rabbi
Rosh Haahanah Services
Frl. evening, 6:30 p.m. ft 9 p.m.
Sat. morning, 9:30 a.m.
BETH DAVID CONGREGATION
Coral Way: 2S2S S w 3rd Avwmm
South (tod* 7500 S.W. 120 Street
RABBI DAVID H. AUERBACH
CANTOR WILLIAM W. LIPSON
Rosh Haahanah Services
Coral Way Sanctuary
Frl., 7 p.m.
Sat ft Sun. 8:15 a.m. ft 7 p.m.
BETH KODESH
Modem Traditional
1101S.W. 12Ave.
Rabbi Max Shapiro 858-6334
Cantor Leon Segal
Rose Berlin-Executive Secretary
Rosh Haahanah Services
Frl. 6:30 p.m.
Sat. 8:00 a.m. ft 6:30 p.m.
Sun. 8:00 a.m.
TEMPLE BETH MOSHE
2225 N.E. 121 St. N.Miami. Fl 33181
8915508 Conservative
Only Temple in North Miami
Rabbi Louis M. Lederman
Cantor Moehe Friedier
Rabbi Emeritus Joseph A Gortinkel
DaHy services 8:15 a.m. 5 p.m.
Frl. no., Sarmon, Rabbi L lederman,
"E.T. Eternal Torah-Eternal Truth."
Sal mom.. Sarmon, Rabbi I. Lederman,
"Whan Thtnga Happen To People."
TEMPLE EMANU-EL
1701 Washington Avenue
Miami Beach
Or. Irving Lehrman, Rabbi
Zvi Adler, Cantor
Roah Haahanah Setvio
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Sat. a Sun 9AM
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BETH-EL CONGREGATION
2400 Pinetree Drive, Miami Beach
532-6421
Cantor. Rabbi Solomon Scrritf
Rosh Hashanah Services
Frl. Eve. 7 p.m.
Sat, ft Sun. 6 a.m.
TEMPLE ISRAEL Ot Greater MiTiT
/Vfloni'S ftanMr/lM>iii Congngeton
137 N.E. 19th SL, Miami. 573-5800
9990 N. Kendal Dr.. 595-5055
Senior Rabbi: Haafcef M. Bern.*
Aest Rabbi: Jeffrey K SahVm
Cantor: Jacob G. Bornslain
Roah Haahanah Servlcea it
Dade County Auditorium Frl., I p.m
Sat. morning. RabM Bemat will dltcuti
"FerUi-aWeytoQou."
TEMPLE JUDEA
5600 Granada Blvd. Reform
CoralGabies 6675657
Mfcheei B. Beenstat Rabbi
Roah Haahanah Senrieoe.
Frl.. p.m.
Sal. a Sun., 10a.m.
TEMPLE KINO SOLOMON
910 Lincoln Rd. M.B. Tel. 534-9776
DR. DAVID RAAB, Rabbi
EDWARD BARON, CANTOR
Rosh Hashanah Services.
Frl. 7 p.m.
Sat* Sun, 8 a.m.
TEMPLE MENORAH
820 75th St., Miami Beach 33141
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz
Cantor Murray Yavneh
Roeh Hashanah Services
Fri. ft Sat. eve. 7:15 p.m.
Set. ft Sun. mom. 8 a.m.
TEMPLE NERTAMID
7902 Cartyte Ave.,
Miami Beach, 33141
Rabbi Eugene Labovrtz
CarrtorEdward Klein
Rosh Haahanah Services
Fri. eve. 7 p.m.
Sat. ft Sun. mom. 8 a.m.
TEMPLE BETH RAPHAEL
1545 Jefferson Ave. MB, Fl. 33139
Tel. 5384112
Rabbi Dr. Jehuda Meiber
Cantor Benjamin Adler
Roah Haahanah Servlcea
Fri. 6:30 p.m.
Sat, ft Sun. 6 a.m. ft 6:46 p.m.
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM
Chase Ave. ft 41st SL 538-7231
Or. Leon Kronish. Rabbi Liberal
Cantor David Conviser
Rosh Hashanah Services
Fri.,, 6:15 p.m. ft 8:45 p.m.
Sat. ft Sun., 9:15 a.m.
BETH TORAH CONSERVATIVE
CONGREGATION 947-7528
1051 N. Miami Beach Blvd.
Dr. Max A Lipschitz, Rabbi
Zvee Aroni, Cantor
Harvey L Brown, Exec. Director
Rosh Hashanah Service*
PTrl eve. 7 p.m.
Sat. ft Sun. morn. 8 p.m.
Sat. eve. 7:45 p.m.
Sun. eve. 7:30 p.m.
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OF GREATER MIAMI
4200 Blscayne Boulevard
Miami, Florida 33137
Phone 5764000
Rabbi Solomon Schiff
Executive Vice President
Religious Information
Concerning Greater Miami
Houses of Worship
Phone: 57&40O0
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SHAARE TEFILLAH OF KENDALL
15410 S.W. 75 Circle Lane
Miemi. Fl. Modern Orthodox
Rabbi Warren Kaart 3624M
Roeh Hashanah Services
Fri. Sat. ft Sun., 9 a.m. ft 7 p.m.
TEMPLE SINAI 18801 NE 22 A*.
North Dede's Reform Congregation
Ralph P. Kingsley, Rabbi 932-9010
Jufan I. Cook, Associate Rabbi
Irving ShuaVea, Cantor
Barbara S Ramsay, ArJministrator
Roah Hashanah Services
Fri., 8 p.m.
Sat., 10:30 a.m.
TEMPLE ZION ConservatM
8000 Miller Dr. 271 2311
Dr. Norman N. Shapiro. Rabbi
Beniamin Dickson. Cantor
Mlnyan Services 7 am Mon a Thur
Teltler Chapel
Roah Haahanah Services
Fri. 7 p.m.
Sat, ft Sun., 9 a.m.
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47-S094. Harold Wlahna. eecuiie dires
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laert u. rwejui*e>i w UMtoWbF AMERICAN
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Oorel Executive Office Park, 3785
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33166, 592-4792. Rabbi Lev/H c
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American Jewish Committee
The Greater Miami Chapter of
the American Jewish Committee
has called on all parties involved
in the dispute over the film
project Scarf ace "to lower the
voices of confrontation into the
voices of dialogue so that well
meaning people on both sides can
achieve results which will com-
promise no one and which will
benefit all concerned." The group
applauded the recent decision by
the producers not to leave Miami
and urged them not to change
that decision.
The statement noted, however,
that economics should not take
precedence over the reputation
and integrity of any group in the
community. AJC called on the
producers to:
Avoid gratuitous racial slurs
toward any group or groups;
To be aware of the legitimate
concerns voiced by many Cuban
leaders;
To be sensitive in dealing
where possible with as many of
those concerns as possible.
In part, the statement notes,
"We agree with Gov. Graham
that this multi-million dollar
filming should remain in Miami.
Therefore we applaud the recent
decision to proceed with the
project and hope it will not be re-
versed. However, we do not feel
that the economic benefit to the
community should be gained at
the expense of the reputation and
integrity of any group in the
community. Thus we call upon
those involved in the project to
avoid gratuitous racial slurs
towards any group or groups, to
be aware of the legitimate con-
cerns voiced by many Cuban
leaders, to be sensitive in dealing
where possible with as many of
those concerns as possible, and to
lower the voices of confrontation
into the voices of dialogue.
"We call also upon all our
friends and neighbors in Dade
County concerned with this issue
to lower their voices from con-
frontation into dialogue so that
well meaning people on both
sides can achieve results which
will compromise no one and
which will benefit all concerned."
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282 S. University Drive, Plantation, Fl. 33324
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1401 N.W. 4th Avenue, Boca Raton
392-8566
RABBI THEODORE FELDMAN
Mr. Saul H. Qlueckman, Prat.
BETH DAVID CONQREQATION
2625 S.W. 3rd Avenue, Miami
854-3811
7500 S.w 120th Street, Miami
238-2601
RABBI DAVID H. AUERBACH
CANTOR WILLIAM W. LIPSON
Mr. Donald R. Tescher. Pras.
Mr. Sheldon Q. Mills, Exec. Dlr.
TEMPLE SHOLOM
132 S.E. 11th Avenue
Pompano Beach
942-6410
RABBI SAMUEL APRIL
CANTOR JACOB J. RENZER
Dr. Milton Isaacson, Pras.
TEMPLE EMANU-EL
1701 Washington Avenue
Miami Beach
538-2503
RABBI DR. IRVING LEHRMAN
CANTOR ZVIADLER
Mr. Carol Qraenbarg, Pras.
Mr. Gerald Taub, Exec. Dlr.
TEMPLE BETH MOSHE
2225 N.E. 121st Street, North Miami
891 5508
RABBI LOUIS M. LEDERMAN
CANTOR MOSHE FRIEDLER
Mr. Elliot Elseman, Pras.
Mr. Irving Janet, Exec. Dlr.
Rabbi Emeritus
Dr. Joseph A Qarf Inkel
BETH TORAH CONQREQATION
1051 North Miami Beach Boulevard
North Miami Beach
947-7528
RABBIMAXA.LIPSCHITZ
CANTOR ZVEE ARONI
Mr. Marshall Baltuch, Pras.
Mr. Harvey L. Brown, Exec. Dlr.
TEMPLE BETH ISRAEL
7100 W. Oakland Park Boulevard
Sunrise
742-4040
RABBI PHILLIP A LABOWITZ
CANTOR MAURICE A. NEU
Mr. Al Lang, Pras.
Mr. Jules Shapiro, Pras. Emeritus
William Goldstein, Exec. Dlr.
TEMPLEOROLOM
8755 S.W. 16th Street, Miami
221-9131
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620 75th Street, Miami Beach
866-0221
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TEMPLE BETH AM OF MARGATE
7205 Royal Palm Boulevard, Margati
874-8650
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CANTOR IRVING QROSSMAN
Mr. Alfred Cohen, President
Mr. Harry Hlrach, Executive Director
AVENTURA JEWISH CENTER
2872 Aventura Boulevard
North Miami Beach
935-0666
RABBI DAVID B. SALTZMAN
CANTOR LAWRENCE TUCHINSKY
Mr. Roy Sager, Pras.
Richard Auerbach, Exec. Dlr.
TEMPLE SINAI
1201 Johnson Street, Hollywood
920-1577
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CANTOR ROBERT UNQAR
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Dr. Alfred R. Rosenthal, Prea.
Dr. Steven J. Kaplan, Exec. Dlr.
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8000 Miller Drive, Miami
271-2311
RABBI DR. NORMAN N. SHAPIRO
CANTOR BENJAMIN DICKSON
Mr. Qerald Qoldfarb, Pras.
Mrs. Dororhy H. Qrant,
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9730 Stirling Road, Hollywood
431-5100
RABBI BERNARD P. SHOTER
CANTOR ABRAHAM KOSTER
Mr. Robert A Sims, President
TEMPLE NER TAMID
7802 Cariyle Avenue, Miami Beach
866-8345
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CANTOR EDWARD KLEIN
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TEMPLE EMETH
5780 West Atlantic Avenue, Delray
488-3536
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CANTOR SEYMOUR ZISOOK
Mr. Ed Rosenthal, President
Mr. Leon Kamen, Exec. Dlr.
TAMARAC JEWISH CENTER
8110-15 N.W. 57th Street
TAMARAC 33321
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CANTOR HENRY BELASCC
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Christian Resistance
Continued from Page 5
and papyrus represent a total of
some four hundred documents, a
third of them books of the Bible.
An international and supposedly
interconfessional team of
scholars was called together in
East Jerusalem, then in Jor-
danian hands, to begin the pains-
taking work of trying to piece to-
gether the original documents, or
what remained of them, to edit
the works, and to publish them
for the benefit of research
workers throughout the world.
THIRTY YEARS later, barely
a third ot the material has found
definitive publication and for the
remainder, frustrated specialists
must rest content with hearsay
and the scantiest of descriptive
reports.
The most recent of the "offi-
cial" volumes of Qumran texts
has just appeared from the Ox-
ford University Press (Discover-
ies in the Judaean Desert VII,
Qumran Grotte 4, III). It is an
impressively large tome, and yet
of the 2,000-odd fragments
edited, scarcely more than two
dozen works are of any great im-
portance, and of those six offer
only contributory information on
the evolution of a sectarian work
already fully known from a scroll
found in the first cache of 1947,
the famous War between the
Sons of Light and the Sons of
Darkness.
This in no way detracts from
the skill shown by the volume's
editor. Father Maurice Baillet,
and the Preface makes clear that
his difficulties were not confined
to the formidable task of sorting
through thousands of tiny parch-
ment and papyrus scraps, many
of them apparently handed over
to his attentions by other mem-
bers of our team who had lost in-
terest in the work, or despaired of
ever finding the time or energy to
complete it.
AT LEAST, this edition means
that there are now two of us of
the original eight members of the
team who have produced in their
finally edited form our complete
sections of allotted material (my
>wn volume appeared in 1968, al-
though it had been ready long be-
Roland De Vaux, O.P.) "
. By far the greatest aad .
important collection hrl
cave, is in the charge of.
Catholic scholar. This safe
contains the vital sectaria^
mSlr L*"^? upn M
must depend for any hw
revelations about the dew
ment of Christianity from
tanan Judaism, without
UN prune interest of the
Sea Scrolls.
This is also religiously n
sensitive. Long ago, the L p
mundWdson focused popX
tention on the Dead Sea fiX
suggesting that some '
clesiastical authorities
showing less enthusiasm fel
Scrolls than might have hall
pected from objective sXl
ship. w"
AT THE TIME, my den
colleagues of the Scrolls editi
team strenuously denied thisii
cusation of temeritv at the
posed threat posed to theuniou
ness of their faith. Thirty yeS.
virtual silence can have done |
tie to allay those earlv suspicio
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As the New Year is about to begin allow us- to remind you that the following
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EXECUTIVE CATERERS OF BETH TORAH
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1730 N.E. Miami Gardens Drive
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KOSHER TREATS INC.
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