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The Jewish Floridian
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
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Miami, Fla

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Began in 1927?
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
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Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).

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"eJewish Floridliaia
Combining THE JEWISH UHITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Volume 49 Number 3 9 Frd k. shochtt-FrMay, Stpt. u. Iff* Miami, Florida Friday, September 24, 1976
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Rosh hashanah 5737: a happy new yeap to All


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Friday, September 24,
Allon Denounces Koenig Report
Predicts New UN Anti-Israel Drive. 3-A
Arab Joins Israel Delegation 13-A
JERUSALEM (JTA) Foreign Minister Yigal
Allon strongly denounced the Koenig report advocating
harsh measures against Israeli Arabs who do not
cooperate with the authorities. "This is a miserable
document. There is absolutely no connection whatever
between its contents and the actual policy of the
government,'* Allon told newsmen here.
HE WAS referring to a secret
document co-authored by Yisrael
Koenig. the Interior Ministry's
commissioner for the Galilee
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aroused a storm of controversy
and demands by several Cabinet
ministers and Knesset members
for Keonig's dismissal.
Allon seemed equally angered,
however, that the document,
written six months ago following
Arab rioting in Galilee, had been
leaked to the press.
He praised Interior Minister
Yosef Burg for quietly shelving
it and said it was "a dreadful
shame'* that it was subsequently
published.
PREMIER YITZHAK Rabin
also took strong exception to its
publication at Sunday's Cabinet
session when he rejected
demands by Tourism Minister
Moshe Kolof the Independent
Liberal Party and Health
Minister Victor Shemtov of
Mapam that the 'Koenig memo-
randum-' be placed on the
agenda for debate.
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was between a civil servant and
his superior and was therefore
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illegal Arab building activities in
northern Israel.
KOENIG WAS proposed for
the post by a top level govern-
ment committee established six
weeks ago to study the matter of
illegal building activity
The committee was chaired by
Haim Kubersky, director general
of the Interior Ministry. Its
members included Shmuel
Toledano. the Prime Minister's
advisor on Arab affairs. Meir
Zorea. head of the Lands
Authority and ranking police
officers and other officials.
The committee agreed
unanimously that the problem of
illegal building has been grossly
exaggerated. They reported that
fewer than 300 structures existed
without official authorization
and would have to be removed.
But that was a far cry from the
2,700 figure reported in some
newspapers. The committee
recommended a tightening of
controls on building in the Arab
sector coupled with a more
liberal policy of allocating land
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New UN Anti-Israel Drive Foreseen
By DAVID LANDAU
JERUSALEM (JTA) Foreign Minister Yigal
Allon predicted renewed efforts at reestablishing a
Mideast negotiating momentum in the early part of 1977,
once the American elections and* Presidential
inauguration had been completed.
Speaking to reporters in
Jerusalem, he said Israel
had been ready to continue
the diplomatic process
during the current year, but
events in Lebanon and the
American electoral process
had effectively prevented
this.
ISRAEL'S OWN elections,
scheduled for the end of 1977,
need not interfere with the
diplomatic process nor impinge
upon Israel's readiness and
willingness to negotiate. Allon
insisted.
He conceded that for the few
months immediately prior to the
elections, Israels leadership
would naturally be enveloped in
Its own democratic process, but
for the months prior to that, the
first half of 1977. Israel would be
anticipating renewed diplomatic
efforts whichever party won
the Presidential election in the
U.S. Allon praised the U.S.
middleman role in the past and
said he hoped America would
resume these efforts.
Allon said he hoped the
Palestine Liberation Or-
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thinking" within the Arab world
even among those Arab states
which still gave the PLO tactical
support. He said a "dis-
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detectable throughout the Arab
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FORESHADOWING the up-
coming UN General Assembly.
Allon said that in addition to the
now regular attacks from the
Arabs and their fellow travelers.
Israel expected this year an
"automatic" vote by the
Assembly majority approving
the report of the "Committee of
Twenty." which was set up by
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Friday. Sep,eml,,,r24 I
Rosh Hashanah 5737
It goes without saying that we wish our
readers, and Klal Yisrael. a Happy New Year.
During these Days of Awe, we will be given an
opportunity to think of the outgoing year and
speculate upon the new.
The religious implications are clear. In our
prayer services, we will contemplate our own
past actions in an unpredictable world what
was their motive? ... did we act selfishly and
greedily at every opportunity'.' ... or did we
think of these actions as extensions of our-
selves into the world of The Other, the world
of humanity at large?
W e will also be able to think about the
incoming year its possibilities and hope for
improvement.
This, after all. is the meaning of Rosh
Hashanah. It represents a spiritual account-
taking, a balancing of the books, a listing of
our debits and credits as human beings.
In this spirit, we herewith present our
annual Rosh Hashanah Edition. There are
articles and features dedicated to a definition
of the religious meaning and implications of
the holiday. As well, there are articles and
features whose purpose is to review the major
events of the Hebrew Year 5736 their
impact on Jews in Israel and out.
And finally, there are articles and features
projecting possibilities for the year ahead.
It is our hope that the New Year Edition
dovetails for our readers as accurately with the
meaning of Rosh Hashanah as we have tried to
make it do.
In this spirit, we repeat our greetings for a
Happy New Year with the traditional wish,
"may you be inscribed in the Book of Life."
In the New Year 5737. may Klal Yisrael be
destined for a spiritual reunion with
Jerusalem.
A Sacred Word
As the new General Assembly of the United Nations
calls itself to order, the aggressive guns of its purpose are
already aimed at another round in the destruction of
Israel.
The frightening destruction of a member nation.
Lebanon, has hardly figured in the Assembly's business
up until now.
Then, there is the racial confrontation between whiter
and blacks in Africa. To make the mixture all the more
saucy, there are growing problems and increasing
possibilities of confrontation in Korea. Vietnam and. with
the death of Mao Tse-tung. even in Taiwan.
None ot (his ha< any of the single-minded purpose tor
the UN that Israel and her eradication from the face of
the earth seem to represent.
We can anticipate a stormy session.
It is therefore good to note that Israel has sent a
delegation to the United Nations this year that, for the
first time, includes an Arab representative.
I.ft tli.' world sec that there are Israeli Arabs who take
part in Israel's political processes. It is not that the
world doesn't know this; it is simply rather that the
world would rather not have to deal with what that
means.
Freedom in the Middle East and in the Third World
generally is little more than a word. In Israel, the nation
the Third World is dedicated to eradicating, that word is
-acred.
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Days of Awe and Other Things
In our tradition, tonight
begins the "Days ol \wi. our
highest hoi) days For those who
work in tin- synagogues, the
rabbis, cantors, administrators,
the} seem to be more Days ol
Anguish."
It has been written thai the
era through which we are now
passing has given an import
to the High Holy Days thai was
bly fading in the minds ol
many Jews before the advent ol
Hitler
Cohen
Friday. September 24. J976
Volume 49
29ELUL5736
Number 39
\- .i result, the Jew asks
with some desperation and
poignancy: what is the meaning
ol human life? what is
stri\ ing all about? whal
and e\ il? how can we renew our
individual lives in the light ol
the only answers there are to
these questions?
VERY POSSIBLY these
questions are raised within the
sanctuary, whatever form it may
take Mui tor synagogue per-
sonnel the questions they hear
seem mostly to be how much
are tickets? what does it cost to
be a member'.' why can't I have
tickets for my relatives visiting
from New York.
Such attitudes and actions
could make unbelievers out of
those who deal with the
economics of synagogue life
Another rabbi has written
questioning with obvious
anguish that the advent of
the High Holy Days seems to
make chiselers and liars out of so
many people of otherwise ap-
parent decent instincts
One has learned to live with
this and with the religiosity of
those who request a ticket "only
for Kol Nidre. I will leave right
after." and the Yizkorsayers
who sweep in in time to catch
the opening Kaddish prayer and
are on their way out before the
final omayn having done their
filial liutv
BUT As I begin my 20th
dministrator, I
still find rial strain
trying to reconcile thi needs of
the institution with the needs ol
those who cannot afford to paj
for then Jewish needs ,md I
am certain thai this goes for mj
colleagues. the rabbis .,,)
laymen exposed to the problem.
\merii an \ssociation tor
Jewish Rducatii latest
projection is ., further reduction
'In- year in the number ol
children exposed to a Jewish
education
Some ol this iSi 0| course, due
to the declining Jewish birth rate
which keeps showing up as siark
statistical evidence ol our belief
in ZPG if not hedonism
BIT I have contended for
several years now. based on the
pragmatic evidence of interviews
with hundreds of applicants for
membership, that there are a lot
ol Jewish children out there who
do not have the opportunity to
farn about their heritage
because ol money
U is perhaps equally as true
hat there are parents who can
"lord it who put a |w pri(inIV
on spending for Jewish
""cation; membership com-
mittee people can all tell their
-fries ol the demeaning offers
by ObVHMlsly well,o-(|o ,H,rsons
WhOM Ion evaluation of Jewish
MSB In their lives is proven by
their refusal
modes) finani i
WHILE THIS
concern I wi
a ol mv suspii
in "other" or '
centages shown
iallup stuclv
.lews u sureh
the same prioi il
act ion as does 11
t he poor
I return
ol this period s tra
ott repealed
column Few syi
the resources
handle this
problem ol
munity bv then:
I be plight Ol
(he growing nun
divorce,-, ol htei
orphans, ol |
means land we I-
share ot those
concern of the tol
SEVERAL MONTHS
wrote here ot distort*
priorities ot Fedi I
Agencj tor Jewisl Liu"'*
which placed 'Education for"
underprivileged .lew
1-tth position.
Undoubtedly this reflected*
attitude of the Federation ew
hshment as a whole **?
too long ago requested ihe\
goguas not to send poor rw
to them for help.
It is not easy to think oftj
in the context ot these HW
l.avs. hut as the noted dp-
d.chev rabbi saio "WhetM
man really loves <;..il can_*
determined by the love he nw
toward his fellow mat'
Ij
sine*"
And isn't that what this"
about when we express a ^
wish for a good year tor
he Jewish is to pjo beyond
wish and to do.


Friday. September 24. 1976
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Lebanese Depend on Israel Aid
kilometers long and is intended
to handle cargo aircraft and
Soviet-made MIG fighters. The
LAA is said to be rushing it to
completion before the rainy
season sets in.
By YITZHAK SHARGIL
TEL AVIV (JTA) -
The population of southern
Lebanon is becoming in-
creasingly dependent on
Israel for commerce, law
enforcement and social
services since the authority
of the central government
m Beirut has virtually
disappeared. The
population of southern
Lebanon, moreover, is
being swollen by a steady
influx of refugees from the
war-torn north.
Trading between
Lebanese and Israelis over
Pioneer Women Named Chief
RIO DE JANEIRO (JTA) Mrs. Ida Portnoi of Sao
Paulo was reelected president of the Pioneer Women's
Organization in Brazil at the sixth national convention of the
organization, which has changed its name to Naamat, an
acronym in Hebrew for Nashim Ovdot Umitnadvot (Working
Women and Volunteers).
MRS. LEAH RABIN, who took part in the convention held
in Sao Paulo, attended by some 300 delegates, told reporters
i that she was not "forbidden by my husband to talk politics, so
you may ask."
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the border fence has been
growing in recent months.
Lately, however, Maronite
Christians in southern
Lebanon have complained
to the Israeli army that
shrewd Lebanese mer-
chants have been selling
Israel-made goods in the
north where they bring
higher prices.
THIS LEAVES the southern
villages without many needed
commodities. A Maronite priest
accused the merchants of
profiteering and urged the
Israelis to put a stop to what he
called an abuse of their good will.
Southern Lebanese are also
trying to prevail upon Israel to
extend to them the same social
welfare payments given Arabs in
the Israel-administered
territories.
They have asked Israel to
extend its telephone lines into
southern Lebanese villages so
that the Lebanese can contact
Israeli merchants. hospitals
where their relatives are being
treated and relations in the U.S.
and Europe.
WHILE THESE develop-
ments are welcomed by Israel,
there have been ominous reports
recently that the breakaway
Lebanese Army (LAA) is
building a civilian and military
airstrip some 15 kilometers north
of the Israeli border with the help
of Soviet technicians.
There has been no official
confirmation of the airstrip
located northwest of the Israeli
border towns of Misgav Am and
Kiryat Shemona. But heavy
equipment, including tractors
confiscated from Christian
villagers, have been seen in that
area.
The airstrip is reportedly four
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Ifwisti rkridfton
F"d*y. Sepu.mber 24
Ford in Rosh Hashana Message
aspirations of the Founding
Fathers of our country. With
this in mind. Mrs. Ford and I
extend our
prosperous.
------------ n
happy New Year
WASHINGTON From the
White House, President Gerald
Ford has sent the following Rosh
Hashanah message to the
American Jewish community:
"On the occasion of the High
Holy Days, Mrs. Ford and I
want to express special greet ings
to our fellow Americans of the
Jewish Faith.
"The celebration of our
nation's Bicentennial has evoked
in all Americans a deeper ap-
preciation of our rich and varied
ancestral legacy. We have been
reminded in a special way that
our national character has been
shaped by the accumulated
wisdom and experience of many
nations and individuals.
"IT IS only fitting that we
express our pride in the indelible
stamp of Jewish wisdom and
experience on our way of life.
This influence was strong and
vital from the moment the
American continent became a
promised land of hope and
Israel Plays Down Tiff
With U.S. on Oil Drilling
By DAVID LANDAU
JERUSALEM (JTA)
Officials here continued
to play down the
significance of last week's
sea clash, followed by a
diplomatic altercation, with
the U.S. over an American
firm's oil drilling efforts in
the Gulf of Suez.
Following last Thurs-
day's meeting on the
subject between Premier
Yitzhak Rabin and
Ambassador Malcolm
Toon, Israeli officials have
indicated that they would
like the issue now dealt
with through channels of
"quiet diplomacy" far from
the stresses and tensions of
media coverage.
THE OFFICIALS are thus
uniformly reticent in discussing
the affair. They refuse even to
furnish information or opinions
even on the purely legal aspects
of the incident.
The officials speak hopefully of
a "pragmatic solution" being
evolved, which would apparently
satisfy the immediate needs of
the firm involved, Amoco, and at
the same time not prejudice
Israel's assertion of the right to
control the waters of the Gulf up
to the median line, a right which
Washington does not recognize.
The episode is expected to
figure in consultations which
Ambassador Simcha Dinitz will
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Foreign Minister Yigal Allon and
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Blumberg Reelected B'nai B'rith President for Lifetime
[WASHINGTON Declaring
it Jewish life must "cope with
reality" that political
edoms are becoming "a
iking minority" throughout
world. David M. Blumberg,
elected president of B'nai
ith. concluded the
ranization's biennial con-
ition with a call for "stuhborn
rish resistance" to safeguard
fish communal rights.
lumberg particularly ap-
led for "constantly closer ties
common action" among
fish communities in the
ispora on issues affecting
/iet Jews and the security of
ael, and to seek Western
yernment interventions
linst "the cabal that is ex-
citing political anti-Semitism
|t hi' United Nations."
THE CONVENTION, largest
B'nai B'rith's 133-year-
^tory. included along with the
majority from the United
ites, delegates from Canada,
eat Britain. Israel, continental
^rope, Australia, South Africa
South America.
t'veral delegations repre-
t'd B'nai B'rith af-
Ites in countries suffering
nomic and political in-
Ibility, where anti-Jewish
Stations and propaganda have
en on the increase.
The 1,500 delegates reelected
Blumberg by acclamation to a
final, two-year term.
Irving Rubinstein of Stam
ford, Conn., was elected
treasurer. He was unopposed.
BLUMBERG WARNED
against the Jewish community
becoming "indifferent" to the
fact that four of every five of the
world's four billion population
, "live in nations governed by
political tyranny and op-
pression."
The foreign policies of their
regimes, he said. "have a
profound impact on the rights of
Jews to be Jewish wherever they
live."
Citing the fact that 65 of the
76 nations which have attained
independence since World War
II "deny political freedoms,"
Blumberg described democracy
as "an embattled species, in a
struggle to survive."
"There are those who suggest
that democracy is embattled
because the world is caught in a
conflict between individual
freedom and social justice
that the totalitarian rhetoric
which promises a full belly is
attractive to a hungry human,"
the B'nai B'rith leader declared.
"BUT THE formula is a
myth." he added. "Social justice
cannot be sustained without
political freedom."
Elected vice presidents,
representing the organization's
eight regional areas in North
America, were Lawrence Peirez
of Great Neck. N.Y.; Gerald
Kraft of Indianapolis; Murray
Shusterman of Philadelphia; and
Jerome Bristol of Encino, Calif.
Also, Robert I. Lipton of
Durham, N.C.; Dr. Elmer Imber
of Chicago; Abe Kaplan of
Birmingham, Ala., and Max
Shecter of Toronto.
Elected vice presidents from
non-North American districts
were: Walter Schelitzer of T!
Aviv (for Israel); David Stern of
London (Great Britain-Ireland);
Georges M. Bloch of Strasbourg,
France (continental Europe);
and Gerry Levy (Australia-New
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Senate Adopts $5.4 Billion Aid Bill
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By JOSEPH POLAKOFF
WASHINGTON (JTA) The Senate, by a vote of
52-25, has adopted its foreign assistance appropriation bill
of $5.4 billion that includes the same amounts of aid
previously voted by the House for Israel and three neigh-
boring states.
to
his
However, the Senate
appropriations to other
countries is $500 million
higher than the House total
and includes expenditures
for a hospital ship and
other special aid to
Lebanon's war victims.
This necessitates a Senate-
House conference to
reconcile the differences
and another vote in both
chambers before
legislation can go
President Ford for
consideration.
UNDER THE Senate and
House measures. Israel is to
receive $1 billion in military
credits and S735 million in
economic supporting assistano
Egypt is to get 1700 million in
economic aid, Jordan, $75 mil-
lion, and Syria, 880 million.
In addition. Jordan is car
One Israeli Seaman Killed, Nine Injured
NEW YORK (JTAI One
Israeli merchant seaman was
killed and nine others seriously
injured Sept. 14 after the
minibus they were in collided
with a gasoline delivery truck.
The dead Israeli was identified
by St. Vincent's Hospital as
Mordechai Aderi. The hospital
said the other Israelis and the
driver of the truck were all in
critical condition.
POLICE SAID the minibus,
owned by the Zim Lines and
driven by George Eleftheriou, an
Israeli living in Queens, collided
with the oil truck driven bv
Frederick Wolf, of New York, at
the intersection of 7th Avenue
and 18th Street in Manhattan at
12:30 a.m.
The minibus was thrown into
a parked cab by the collision.
The driver of the minibus was
not injured.
The seamen all came from the
Zims container ship Zim Genoa
which is docked at Port
Elizabeth in New Jersey.
ST. VINCENT'S Hospital
identified the injured seaman as
Alexander Alon, 23: Shabtai
Goldschmidt. 58; Aharon
Bracha. 29; Alberto B. Fluhr,
34; Yosef Tolidano: Dedri Kubi;
Churi Kahamin. 27; /ion
Menashe Turgi, 41; and
Ben-Hamo
The hospital -aid it did not
have the home addresses tor the
sailors.
; marked for ultimate
Administration decision on $55
million in military credits. $70
million in military' assistance for
purchases and $800,000 for
military training.
The Senate adopted without
dissent an amendment by Sen.
James Abourezk ID., S.D.I
providing tor 136 million in
special aid tor the Lebanese. Of
t his amount ,110 million would be
given to the State Department to
reimburse the Defense Depart-
ment tor a 1 S military hospital
ship to be stationed in Lebanese
waters to help war victims
The USS Sanctuary Ml
mentioned by Abourezk for this
purposi
11 HAD been suggested earlier
that possibly a Project Hope
: would be available, but an
official ot that organization told
lewish Telegraphic \gency
Friday that its ship W|
out of service two Ve.^
Project Hope is now a|ar
operation in 11 countries
The Abourezk measun
provides $20 million,,?
contribution to
Nations which has
contributions from al
for Lebanon
J
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An additional $6 man,,
be given to the Internst
Committee of the Red Cm?1
services in Lebanon. k
RESPONDING to
mm Sen. Daniel InoaVrJ
Hawan) in th.Nnate discus.
Abourezk said h.- appmpn
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srael. Mexico in Pact
I
fcRUSALEM (JTA) -
dent Luis Echeverria of
lico and Israeli Ambassador
an Enor met last week in
lico City to conclude an
Bment in principle to grant
^1 landing rights in Mexico's
it was reported in the
Balem Post. Echeverria
ssed hopes that the final
Is could be rapidly worked
an interview with Erwin
kel, Jerusalem Post cor-
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Utive stressed his support for
pi and said he hoped the
ement with El Al would help
,t tourism to Mexico and also
Bth over what he termed "the
687-0808
+Jewi<>t fkriciitr
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misunderstanding" with Israel
over Mexico's vote last
November in the UN General
Assembly for the resolution
equating Zionism with racism.
IN ADDITION to discussing
El Al landing rights, Frenkel
reported that Echeverria also
discussed other measures of co-
operation with Enor.
By gaining landing rights.
Israel's national airline would be
able to offer American tourists
from the West Coast who visit
Israel an alternative route home.
Mexican officials hope that
such tourists would take the
opportunity for a stopover in
Mexico.
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Friday, September 24
'Jerusalemgrove'
Opens in Gotham
NEW YORK presented here by Mayor Teddy Kollek of Jerusalem to Mayor
Abraham Beame in a ceremony at Battery Park.
The newly planted Atlas cedars, called the "Jerusalem
Grove," were given as a present by the people of Jerusalem to the
people of New York. During the ceremony, to which more than 300
guests were invited, Kollek presented Beame with a medal struck
for the occasion. Beame. in return, gave Kollek a pewter vessel.
A 14-man honor guard from Israel's Navy marched at the
ceremony site after the trees were planted. The trees were shipped
to New York from a nursery in Rhode Island and paid for by a
check sent from Jerusalem.
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Jewish leaders meet with Gov. Jimmy Carter, Democratic Party standard-bearer for ^
presidency in the November elections. Left to right are Irving Norry. Rochester, K. > fl^
State Rep. Elaine Bloom, Miami; Gov. Carter; Dr. Seymour Martin Lipset. Palo Alto. Calif.-
Hershel Gold, San Francisco; Mrs. Sol Goldstein, Miami; and Mrs. Valerie Silberman. Miami
Rising Unemployment Spurs Study
v
JERUSALEM (JTA) -
The ministerial committee on
employment will meet shortly to
consider ominous signs of
unemployment, particularly in
industrial plants in new develop-
ment areas.
Although employment remains
high and there are still more jobs
available than there are ap-
plicants for them, experts fear
that the recent wave of mass dis-
missals may portend trouble in
the immediate future.
A TOTAL of 3,500 industrial
workers found themselves
without jobs, though most of
them had little difficulty finding
new employment.
According to Labor statistics,
about 22,000 persons applied for
work in August, 3.000 above the
average for the previous months.
The number of job openings
registered with the Labor
Ministry's placement office
dropped from 6.500 to 4.500 in
August
1 IN BAR POLL GROUP 17
** INTEGRITY IN OUR COURTS" ++
ELECT Richaitl Alan:
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ENDORSED-THE MIAMI HERALD
Labor Minister Mnshe Banm
and Finance Minister Yehoshui
Rabinowitz are concerned that
unemployment may develop into
a serious problem Rabinowiu
has said repeatedlv that he does
not subscribe to the view that
unemployment is an effective
means to curb inflation. The
government is especially worni
over the dismiss .ndustnM
workers.
ITS DECLARED policy J
been to shift the lal or N.rcefron
service to productive ind
Employers m Jerusalem say
that unemployment has been
recorded only in the Jewish
sector of the labor market. Most |
Jerusalem industrial plants are
manned by Aral, workers and
many jobs are going begging
_ Want ads have proliferated in
East Jerusalem Arabic news-1
papers. "It is not that th.
work The problem is -imply that
Jewish workers arc verj choosy,"
one employer -aid


riday, September 24, 1976
+ ki%l IhricHkn
| Page 11-A
Simon Eyes Arab Boycott
NEW YORK- (JTA)-
JYeasury Secretary William
Simon said that despite
lisgivings on his part he
lould advise President
ford to sign new federal
;form tax legislation with
Lrab boycott sanctions in
In a weekend interview
hth nationally syndicated
(ewspaper columnist
lictor Riesel on his "Talk
the Town" WEVD radio
program, Simon under-
i.red the need "for a just
Ind lasting peace in the
Middle East" as a means
"of meeting this boycott
problem."
HE TOLD Riesel: "1 believe
that we've made great inroads in
this boycott in the past year, and
now we are in the process of
reversing and exacerbating the
tensions by all of the dema-
goguery that has gone on with
this debate. We are not going to
make this boycott any better. As
a matter of fact, we are going to
make it worse by passing
legislation like this."
Referring to legislation pen-
ding in Congress. Simon said
that "it was extremely wrong" to
use tax policy to get across anti-
Arab boycott sentiment.
Argentine Envoy Visits
Major Jewish Organizations
By ASHER MIBASHAN
BUENOS AIRES (JTA) -
Ir Enrique J. Ros. Argentina's
linliassiidor-designate to Israel.
sited leading Jewish
tganizations here last week to
equaint himself with the
rgentine Jewish community
Wore taking up his diplomatic
s(
e attended a luncheon in his
ir tendered by the Argentine-
It .-.! Chamber of Commerce and
inner given for him by the
uenoa Aires Jewish community.
Iso attended by Jewish leaders,
|h!)is and intellectuals.
THANKING his hosts, the
envoy said he was impressed by
what he learned of the develop-
ment of the .Jewish community
here. He brought greetings from
Argentina's President. Gen.
Jorge Rafael Videla. who he had
visited only a few hours before.
The President expressed in-
terest in the activities of the
Jewish community and said its
welfare was one of his most
important concerns. Ros
reported.
The institutions visited by Ros
included the Buenos Aires Jewish
Community Council where he
was received by its president, Dr.
Mario (iorenstein.
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"It is not the vehicle to use
tax policy because it is im-
possible to administer something
like an economic boycott. They're
using punitive measures denying
tax credit, denying referral of
corporate taxes if one is par-
ticipating in this boycott," he
stated.
SIMON SAID that "members
of the Jewish community" have
complained to him about not
doing business "in this Arab
country or that Arab country and
I've asked them if they've tried.
And they say we know it is not
impossible."
Simon did not identify the
members of the Jewish com-
munity. Nor did he identify
Jewish firms he claimed were
dealing with Arab nations nor "a
top Jewish businessman" who
Simon said received "a big
contract" recently from an Arab
nation.
The Treasury Secretary also
told Riesel that Jewish members
of a joint economic group of
American and Israeli business-
men which he heads "have no
trouble getting visas, for
example, to Saudi Arabia.
ASKED BY Riesel whether
Ford would veto the legislation
with the anti-Arab boycott
proviso in it. Simon replied that
"it would be premature to judge
because the language has not
been drawn up. They're still
working on it in Washington. It
is a 1,700-page document. It has
some good things in and some
bad things. We have to weigh the
good and bad. But I believe on
balance the bill is more probably
good than bad."
It will be Ford's "call to make"
on whether to veto the measure
with anti-Arab boycott provisos.
Simon said, adding, that if there
is more good than bad in the
reform tax measure, he "would
recommend that the President
sign it."
HE REITERATED that with
the anti-Arab boycott sections in
the reform measure, "tensions
will be exacerbated. I know that
this whole boycott issue and the
threat of legislation has cost the
United States unnecessarily
billions of dollars of business
with the Arab countries that
would have come to our
American businessmen, in-
cluding the Jewish community
businessmen."
Simon said that a public
confrontation on the boycott
issue has flared up because this is
"an election year when you have
politicians instead of statesmen
more interested in getting elected
in the next election than they are
in the next generation."
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*Jen itjkridia_
Friday, September2<
Carter Greets U.S. Jewry
ATLANTA. Ga. Former
Gov. Jimmy Carter, nominee of
the Democratic Party for the
presidency in the November
elections, has sent the following
message to the Jewish com-
munity of America on the oc-
casion of the High Holy Days:
"On the eve of the Jewish New
Year. 5737, I extend my
greetings to the Jewish people of
America, to the State of Israel,
and to the Jewish people
throughout the world. The
Jewish High Holidays represent
an adherence to a long-standing
tradition of one's relationship to
God and one's responsibility to
mankind. It is noteworthy that
this tradition has persisted in
spite of the many persecutions
the Jewish people have suffered
in the diaspora and in spite of
the threats to their well-being in
Israel.
"THIS YEAR finds the world
anxiously awaiting peace in the
Middle East. It is my view that
commitment to a viable Israeli
State must be a cornerstone of
American foreign policy. We
must supply Israel,
unequivocally and in the full
amount necessary, economic and
military aid so Israel can pursue
peace from a position of strength
and be protected against any
foreseeable attack.
"The road to peace cannot be
found bv a U.S-Soviet im-
position of a settlement. I would
never expect the Prime Minister
or the people of Israel to do
something I would not do as
Prime Minister. Only face-to-face
Arab-Israeli negotiations can

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"Peace in the Middle East
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on Arab recognition of the right
of Israel to exist as a Jewish
state. There must be absolute
assurance of Israel's survival
and security. While there must
also be a humane settlement ol
the Palestinian situation, the
Arabs and the world must
understand that the Israelis did
not cause the Palestinian
problem.
"FINALLY, on the issue of
basic human rights, as President
of the United States I would do
evervthing possible to encourage
the Soviet Union to liberalize its
emigration policies for Jewish
persons. I believe that violations
of human rights are no longer
the internal affair of any one
nation. One of the preeminent
advantages I would hope to
secure for our country, therefore,
will be the release or freedom of
Soviet Jewry.
Mav the year 5737 bring you a
year of life and peace for your
people and for all mankind."
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Jkni<>ti f/cridfian
Page 13-A
Soviet Ships Seen
In Lebanese Waters
IT, I. AVIV (JTA) A mysterious Soviet ship, said to be
intelligence-gathering vessel though it carries no visible
tennae or other equipment, has been observed in Lebanese
tiers recently, several miles off Beirut.
Vccording to unconfirmed reports, the ship can monitor
rclt'SS messages andean maintain surveillance of other ships
,1 transports on land. Sources here suggested that it may be
nductingcertain hydrographic measurements.
BUT ITS presence may also be intended tb deter Israeli
|jps from taking any action in Lebanese waters,
Soviet policy in the Lebanese civil war has been ambiguous.
[hilt1 MOSCOW has been trying to provide (he Moslems and
J.O with arms and political backing, it also continues to
Ipplj arms to Syria whose forces have battled the Moslems
il Palestinians in Lebanon.
Despite differences over Syria's intervention in Lebanon.
|eiv has been no deterioration of relations between the Soviet
.ii and the Syrian regime.
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UN Anti-Israel Drive Foreseen
Continued from Patfe 3-A
the
Palestinian
vest igate
problem.
The 20, only four of which have
diplomatic lies with Israel
recommended a pro-IM.O solutior
"a national authority" it
Israel-evacuated areas, the return
of refugees to their homes, and an
international court of justice to
investigate Israel's handling of
absentee property.
The report was vetoed by the
U.S. at a Security Council
session.
ANOTHKU POSSIBLE
danger facing Israel at this year's
Assembly would be an Arab-
Third World attempt to
"represent Israel as supporting
apartheid."
A lion stressed the hypocrisy ot
this, pointing out that Israel's
ties with South Africa were no
different than those of the
majority of the world's nations
including the Mack African
nations
He said he favored expanding
trade and other ties with
Pretoria, stressing that this by
no means implied any approval of
apartheid, a policy which Israel
in fact could not accept
Allon admitted that Israel had
acceded to Syria's demand that
no reporters be present on
Wednesday, when Golan Dru/.e
will be allowed to meet at a new
opening in the security fence
bet ween Syria and Israel
UNDOUBTEDLY, said the
foreign Minister. Syria leared
the publicity would enhance
Israel's image and had therefore
insisted on no publicity. But in
the long run. Allon said. Israel's
verj readiness to forego this
tactical public relations achieve-
ment would redound to its credit
in world opinion.
On the Kaddum issue, Allon
said pointedly the execution of
the Cabinet decision was not in
First Arab to Serve On
Israel UN Delegation
JERUSALEM (JTA) -
Ali Ileider. a 47-year-old Arab
educator and civil servant, is the
first Arab to serve as a full
member of the Israeli delegation
to the United Nations.
IIeider, who holds a degree in
Arab literature and language
from the Hebrew University,
lives in Kafar Karra. an Arab
village near Afula. He is deputy
head of the Arab Education
Department of the Ministry oi
Education.
HE TOLD new men this week
that he was "leaving for New
York pleased with the condition
of Israels Arabs and although
there are difficulties, these can
be overcome by legal means. "
He said he would fulfill the
duties o| a member of the I \
delegation "and answer
questions regarding Israel's
Arabs according to reality."'
He expressed hope that other
government offices would follow
the example of the Foreign
Ministry and integrate educated
Arabs into t he civil serv ice
FOREIGN Minister Yigal
Allon denied that Ileider s
appointment had anything to do
with the controversial report by
Yisrael Koenig, a ranking official
ot the Interior Ministry, who
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Allon said he had his eye on
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the Koenig document and hoped
Ileider would not be the last
Israeli Arab assigned an im-
portant mission.
HE1DER attracted attention
as an outstanding administrator
when he headed a government-
appointed committee that
governed the Arab town of
Nazareth for a brief period alter
the local council was disbanded
because of administrative
disorders
He has been involved with
Arab education since the early
years ol Israel's independence.
He founded the Arab Hoy Scout
movement in Israel.
his hands, but in t hose of Premier
Yitzhak Rabin and Defense
Minister Shimon Peres. He said
he hoped it would be im-
plemented, "the sooner the
better."'
The settlers should be ottered a
lake it or leave it alternat ive. and
il they refused, they should then
be ordered to vacate Kaddum. If
they refused this and Allon
said he believed that as law-
abiding citizens they would not
refuse the government should
then use the "means at its
disposal" to gel t hem out.
IN A not-so-veiled swipe at
Peres, Allon flayed Cabinet
ministers who "undermine" the
position of the Premier at this
time by indicating that they
intend to run against him for the
party leadership and Premier. He
termed such behavior "unethical
- and I could use even stronger
language."
It was much too early, he said.
for "personal politicking to
begin.''
dodged a question
he himself would fight
leadership Most ob-
believe he will not. but
will support Kabin. and will, at
any event, throw his entire
weight and influence behind the
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Friday, September 2<
M
LEOAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the
undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
MARKETING 41. at 28 -41 St Miami
Beach. Fla.. Intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County. Florida.
MARCY 1.EFTON
FREDK SHOCHET
SUZANNE SHOCHET
Sept 10. 17.24:Oet 1.1876
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
INTME CIRCUITCOURTOFTME
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVILACTION NO 74-27925
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE THE MARR'AGE (IF
VERNON JOHN SEVERIN, Husband
and
PANSY PAII.1NE SEVERIN. Wife
TO VERNON JOHN SEVERIN
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 SOL
ALEXANDER ESQ attorney for
Petitioner, whose address is 19 W.
Flagler St Suite 317. Miami. Florida,
and file the original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before Oct 15.
197fi. otherwise a default will be entered
against you for the relief demanded in
the complaint or petition
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks In
THE JEWISH FLORID IAN
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said court at Miami. Florida on this 7th
day of September 1976
RICHARD I'. BRINKEH
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
HyH I.ipps
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seali
Sept 10 17. 24: Oct. 1.1976
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11THJUDICIALCIRCUITINANO
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
CASE NO.7-2S40
NOTICE FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE THE MARR] IGEOF
SYL\ IE PONYON WOMACK,
Wll etltl tier
FLOYI '< iM u'K
band ': i ndenl
To '.' M7K
treel
VOl EREBY NOTIFII
a Petll lion of Mai
'
I in this Court i
.our written
ll' AS kRl
ESQ ol Kl Tl A FREIDIN
,v 9ILBER P.A
Petltl
Dixie Highway Suite 208 Miami
139 ami file the original with
the c ibove-styled Court on or
before October 15. 1976: others
default will be entered against you foi
the relief prayed for In the Complaint or
Petition
This Notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks in
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said Court at Miami. Florida, on this 7th
dav of September. 1976.
RICHARD P BRINKER.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County. Florid,.
By: A Cnitcher
Deputv Clerk
KUTUN. FREIDIN &
SILBER. PA.
Attorneys for Petitioner
2000 South Dixie Highway
Suite 205
Miami. Florida 33133
854-5923
Sept 10. 17.24: Oct 1. 1976
INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOFTHE
11THJUDICIALCIRCUITINAND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
Case No 76-27921
NOTICE FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE THE MARRIAGE OF
YVETTK MYRTII. DAVIS.
Wife Petitioner
and
JAMES DAVIS.
Husband Respondent
TO JAMES DAVIS
S3 NT* 28 Street
Miami. Florida
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
a Petition for Dissolution of Marriage A
Vlnrulo has been filed against you and
commenced In this Court, and you are
required to serve a copy of your written
defenses, if any. to it on HOWARD
FREIDIN ESQ of KUTUN. FREIDIN
* SILBER P A attorney for
Petitioner whose address Is 2000 South
Dixie Highway. Suite 206. Miami.
Florida 33133. and file the original with
the Clerk of the above-styled Court on or
before Oct 15. 1976; otherwise, a default
will be entered against you for the relief
prayed for in the Complaint or Petition
This Notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks In
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said Court at Miami, Florida, on this 7th
day of September. 1976.
RICHARD P BRINKER.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County. Florida
By Willie Bradshaw Jr.
Deputy Clerk
KUTUN. FREIDIN*
SILBER. P.A.
Attorneys for Petitioner
2000 South Dixie Hlgway
Suite 205
Miami. Florida 33133
Ma-Ma
Sept 10.17. 34; Oct. 1.1976
LEGAL NOTICE
I FGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTjr"^-
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the
inderslgned. desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
HAVANA EXPRESS, at 1035 Palm
Springs Mile. Hlaleah. Florida, intends
to register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
HAVANA EXPRESS INC
By GENAROC FERNANDEZ.
President
Sanford H Kramer. P.A
Attorney for Havana Express. Inc
Sept :i 10 17. 24. 19Tli
IN THE CIRCUITCOURTOFTHE
UTHJUDICIALCIRCUITINAND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 76-24499 Div. 39 (Cowarl)
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
CHARLOTTE VOGEL. Trustee.
Plaintiff
vs.
El-LENI PRIEST,
a widow, et al
Defendants.
TO: ELLEN I PRIEST
a widow, et al
Residence 1'nknown
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
a complaint to quiet title has been filed
against you and others by the plaintiff in
the above styled cause" In the Circuit
Court In and for Dade County. Florida,
on the following described real
property
Ixrts 20 and 21 In Block 8 of
HIALEAH HEIGHTS, according to
the Plat thereof, recorded In Plat
Book 28 at Page 24 of the Public
Records of Dade County. Florida,
and you are hereby required to serve a
copv" of your answer on plaintiff's at-
torney HERMAN COHEN 622 S\\ 1st
Street. Miami. Florida 33130. and file
the original with the Clerk of this Court,
on or bVfore October 15 1976. other* lac
a default will be entered against you for
the relief demanded In the complaint to
quiet title
I this 2nd day of Septembe I
Richard P Blinker,
Clerk. Circuit Court
By A Cnitcher
Deputv Clerk
Sept 1" IT 24; Oct 1 197B
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY ''.1\ EN tl
undersigned desiring to engage in
business under the fl ime of
KENDALL SKATING CENTER
Street Miami Fl
me with the
rt of 1 lade
DADE RECREATH IN M.
I IRP
By Robert I. Sha|
MYERS. KAPLAN
NSON t KENIN
mej v,'i
INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOFTHE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR OADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
Case No. 76 27011
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
In Re The Marriage of
ELVIRA BERNAL, wlfeand
RAFAEL HERN Al.. husband.
TO:RAFAELBERNAL
416 New York Avenue
Apartment No. 2
Elizabeth, New Jersev 07202
YOU ARE HEREBY notified that a
Petition for Dissolution of Marriage has
been filed against you and you are
hereby required to lerve .. I opy of your
ng to the Pel
on the Wife's Attorney, LESTER
ROGERS whose addresi 1454 N.W 17
Avenue. Miami. Florida 33125, and file
the original with the Clerk of the BOCA
i 'ourt on or before this 8th day of
f> loner, 1976. or a Default will be en-
tered against you
DATED tins 27th dav of August. 1976
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Bv H.F. Muscorena D C
Sept. 3. 10.17.24. 1976
CIRCUIT COURT
IITH JUDICIAL CIHCUIT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
NO. 76-26844
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
N RE THE MARRIAGE OF:
.NTHONY POLYCARPE.
Husband,
vs.
SONIA POLYCARPE.
Wife.
You. SONIA POLYCARPE.
RESIDENCE UNKNOWN, are hereby
notified to serve a copy of your Answer
to the Dissolution of Marriage filed
against you. upon husband's attorney
GEORGE NICHOLAS. ESQ.. 612 N W
12th Avenue. Miami. Florida 33136. and
file original with Clerk of Court on or
before October 8. 1976: otherwise the
Petition will be confessed by you
Dated this 27th day of August, 1976
RICHARD P BRINKER. Clerk
By M J Hartnett
Deputy Clerk
Sept. 3. 10,17.24. 1976
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the
undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
THE DIAGNOSTIC ULTRASOUND
LABORATORY at 995 Interama Blvd..
N. Miami Beach. Fla.. Intends to
register said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida
JOSHUA L STERNBERG. M.D.. P.A.
MORTON B. ZEMEL
Attorney for Applicant
Sept. 17, 24; Oct. 1,8,1976
INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOFTHE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DADECOUNTY
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
CASE N0.74-27SI3
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF
RAYMOND LOUIS O'NEAL.
Petitioner
DAVEY JEANNE COCKBVRN
(i NKAL.
Respondent ____
YOU DAVEY JEANNE COCKB1 FtN
O'NEAL Residence unknown ARE
HEREBY NOTIFIED To Kin
written response to '.his action for
dissolution of marriage vwth th.
of the above Court and serve
upon Petitioner Wtl r eyi SAt L
\ii\ ZAMFT 1320 South Dixie High
was
33146 Oil or before the ISttl '-
October.
Marriage will be I -
confessed
DATED Sept .
RICHARD P BRINKER
B) M I Hartnett
' Deputy Clerk
'Circuit Court Seal'
Sept io
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
CASE NO. 76-27534
NOTICE OF SUIT
RITA BOWK
Petitioner-Wife
and
DONALD BOWE
Respondent-Husband
TO: DONALD BOWK
RESIDENCE i NKNOWN
YOU DON KID BOWE
notified that a Petition for Dlss
Marriage has been fill
VOUare required to serve B
Answer or Pleading to the Petll
itlon of Man
Wife's attorney. Ronald I
\ n: Blscuyne Build
Flagli i Streel Miami, Florida
Phone 379-2851 and file the
Answer or Pleading In the i
Clerk of th< Clrculi
[ Octobei
to do so Judgn
relief
demanded in the Pet I
of Mai
Sctlci
each weet foi


RICH I
Clerl i
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICf
(NO PROPERTYI
INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOFTHE
ELEVENTH JUDICIALCIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADECOUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO 76 27676
GENERALJURISDICTION DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
in RE The Mai
MARIA MIRANDOCANTILLO
Petit
and
EMILIO CANTILLO
> nl
TO EMILIO CANTILLO
1211 BChai lotte v.
SanOahnel.c
V il ARK HEI
an action tor i
has been I
requii -
defense) II anj to il CHA
DUNBERG attornej foi l et
whose addi ess i irtve
Suite 180 Miami. Fll ind file
the original with the clerk
styled court on or before Oi ti '
1976: 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 consei utlve weeks in
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the leal oi
said court at Miami, Florida on this 3rd
day of September. 1976.
RICHARD I' BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By I. Barnard
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal I
RICHARD 0 DUNBERG ESQ
B5M Sunset Drive. Suite 180
Miami. Florida 33143
279-8000
Attorney for Petitioner
Sept 10. 17.24; Oct 1. 1976
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that the
undersigned, desiring to engage u,
business under the fictitious name* ol
OVATIONS. COMPLIMENTS 4 \r
CLAIM, at 5364 NW 3ft Court Miami.
Fla., Intends to register said names with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida
WOODLANDS FASHIONS INC
A Florida Corp
Sept 10. 17.24 Oct l. 1B76
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the
undersigned desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of I a
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Court of Dade County. Florida
MIRYAM ESPIONOSA
Sept 10. 17. 24: Oct l,i78
NOTICE UNDER
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NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
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the Vice Presidential Trail
Mondale Raps Ford on Arab Boycott
JEW YORK (JTA) -
Walter Mondale, the
mocratic Vice
esidential candidate, has
irply criticized the Ford
linistration's policy
/ard Israel and its stand
the Arab boycott
linst American com-
lies trading with Israel.
iddressing the 79th
mal national convention
[the Zionist Organization
I America at the Waldorf-
itoria Hotel here,
jndale said that the
jport of Israel, apart
being a strategical
lerest of the United
ites, "is a moral im-
raiive."
INK MINNESOTA Democrat
i, thai \merica's military and
economic support for Israel must
be assured without any con-
ditions of timetables and maps.
Mondale said that he and
Democratic Presidential can-
didate. Jimmy Carter, believe
that any peace plan for the
Middle East should include un-
questioned support for the
existence of Israel. He said both
of them support providing Israel
the arms it needs for its security.
Noting that "there seems to be
a notion around that Israel does
not want peace." Mondale
declared: "There is no people in
the world that is seeking and
working for peace more than
Israel."
HE OBSERVED that Israel
wants a change of attitude on the
part of the Arabs regarding
Israel's existence and therefore,
he said. America must be patient
when dealing with the Middle
K;ist because this process of
changing Arab attitudes is a long
one.
In criticizing the policy of the
Ford Administration, Mondale
recalled "the unfair scolding of
Israel" after the failure to reach
the disengagement agreement
with EevDt in March, 1975.
He also pointed to the
Administration's opposition to
aid for Israel for the transitional
quarter. Mondale also noted the
supplies of "unlimited" arms to
Saudi Arabia and other Arab
countries by the Administration.
HE TOLD the cheering
audience that one of the first
issues that Carter raised with
him in a private conversation was
Carter's "undeviating com-
mitment to the security of Israel"
and his concern for the fate of
Soviet Jewry.
He said that he and Carter
criticized the massive U.S. arms
sale around the globe, but both of
them support arms deliveries for
the security of Israel.
Describing the Arab boycott as
a "pernicious, immoral,
outrageous tactic," Mondale
accused the President of being
against legislation aimed at
stopping boycott practices.
HE SAID that the Democrats
in Congress supported the
Ribicoff and Stevenson amend-
ments on the Arab boycott while
the Administration rejected
them.
"Let's stop raising doubts of
American support for Israel,"
Mondale declared. He called for
removing Israel as a partisan
issue in the election campaign.
He said American support of
Israel is a bipartisan com-
mitment.
He said by supporting Israel,
the United States supports the
cause of "decency, justice and
democracy."
Demand Permission
For Hebrew Settlement
Dole Affirms U.S.-Israel Ties
By DAVID FRIEDMAN
M W YORK (JTA) -
Robert Dole of
isas, the Republican
ididate for Vice
^sident, has pledged that
United States will never
Ipardize Israel's security.
|*I wish it were possible
come here tonight and to
before you some radical
initiatives, some grand
itegy for peace,*' Dole
the 79th annual
tional convention of the
hist Organization of
jrica.
"Remember the way
MAMA used to cook
for the holidays?"

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Jjibes
"INSTEAD, I come only with
the firm commitment that the
Ford Administration will con-
tinue to search, and that it will
never jeopardize the security of
Israel in the search for peace, nor
will the Ford Administration
retreat one inch from its com-
mitment to the security of
Israel." he said.
Dole also stressed that "I
believe no enemy of Israel, real or
potential, can mistake the will or
the intentions of President Ford
toward the safety and security of
Israel."
However, Dole said friends of
Israel should not question
American efforts to win friends
among the Arabs.
"THE UNITED States has a
role to play with each nation in
the Middle Fast." he said, "and
those who doubt or suspect the
motives and actions of the United
States in that regard should
recognize that the interests of
Israel rest with a resolution of the
conflict there which is acceptable
to all parties and beneficial to all
parties."
Discussing the Lssue of the
Palestinians, Dole said the
Lebanese conflict has demon-
strated the fallacy of the
Palestinian argument that Israel
should become a secular state.
He said the state the
Palestinians "envision for the
future looks precisely like
Lebanon before they tore
Lebanon apart. The events in
Lebanon are the best refutation
for the Palestinian argument for
a new state," he said.
DOLE CHARGED that
"demagogues" have since 1948
used the plight of the
Palestinians to stir up hatred
against Israel while keeping the
Palestinians themselves in camps
and feeding them hatred.
"Finally, the generation that
grew up in the camp was set
loose, not merely on Israel, but
on the world." he said.
Dole pointed to his own record
of support for Israel and Soviet
Jewry. Noting that the Jewish
vote in Kansas is minimal, he
said, "my support of Israel is
based on conviction, not
politics
JFRUSALEM (JTA) -
Religious Affairs Minister
Yitzhak Raphael demandec that
Jews be permitted to settle in
Hebron. He also demanded the
return of property abandoned in
Hebron when the Jewish com-
munity there was dispossessed
during the Arab riots in 1929.
Raphael made his remarks
during a tour of the religious
Jewish township of Kiryat Arba
built in recent years on the
outskirts of Arab-populated
Hebron on the West Bank.
TENSION
communities
when army
demolished a house constructed
by an Arab family without
permission of the military
government.
The building was in an area
earmarked to become an in-
dustrial zone of Kiryat Arba.
Jewish residents summoned the
Military Governor of Hebron,
between the two
flared yesterday
bulldozers
Lt. Yehoshua Ben Shahal who
ordered the Arabs to tear down
the structure.
When they refused, soldiers
were ordered to carry out the
demolition. Mayor Fahed
Kawassme of Hebron has lodged
an official protest
MILITARY GOVERNMENT
sources said that the army
prevented Jewish attempts to
construct buildings without
permits and would adopt the
same policy toward the Arabs.
The reference was to attevpts by
the Gush Emunim movement to
establish a settlement near
Kiryat Arba.
Rapahel maintained that
Jewish settlement in Hebron
would not conflict with Israel's
overall policy of seeking peace
with the Arabs. He said the
government's guidelines per-
mitted Jews to settle anywhere
in the country and that this
should apply to all of Jerusalem.
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Friday, September 24,

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On the High Holidays
strengthen your link v\ ith Israel
with Israel Bonds.
JoinShomrei Israel
through the purchase of a
minimum of SI .000 in Israel Bonds
to assure Israel's economic
security in the New ^ ear.
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Chairman Executive Committee
RABBI LEON KRONISH
National Campaign Co-Chairman
GARY R. GERSON
General Campaign Chairman
JOSEPH DREXLER
High Holidays Chairman
DR. MAXWELL DAUER
President Prime Minister's Club
LEONARD LURIA
Chairman of Advisory Committee
RABBI IRVING LEHRMAN
Chairman Board of Governors
WILLIAM LITTMAN
Chairman Broward County
Board of Governors
ROBERT M. HERMANN
Chairman of Executive Committee,
North Broward
MILTON M. PARSON
Executive Director
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Don't Forget to Vote
Dade Countians go to the voting polls here next*
Tuesday hopefully, that is, if we are to judge by the?
poor turn-out in the recent primaries. v
There will be six races for the State House ofji;
Representatives, one for School Board, one for Justice of?
I he Florida Supreme Court and two lor Circuit Court in :::
the 11th Judicial Circuit. :
\lso up for decision are three races for Judge of the $
County Court and five for the Metro Commission. >:
We urge South Tloridians to go to the |x>lls and do y.
their democratic duty. We urge them to help make a ::"
better showing than in the primaries. ::
Mexico and Nassau
For El Al Airlines
Jewish Flor idian
Miami. Florida Friday. September 24. 197fi
Section R
Travel to and from Israel may
be easier for South Florida
residents within the next few
months if El Al Airlines is
successful in obtaining landing
rights in a Caribbean island near
Miami.
Mordechai Ben-Ari, president
<>1 El Al Israel Airlines, in
Miami Beach this past weekend
idi two Israel Solidarity Tourist
Daj rallies sponsored by the
Israel Histadrut Foundation,
revealed the major breakthrough
for Israeli tourism.
Following an agreement last
weak between the Israeli and
Mexican governments allowing
F.I Al three flights per week to
carry traffic from the Caribbean.
except Jamaica, to Mexico, Hen-
\ri said El Al is trying to obtain
the necessary rights from one of
the Caribbean islands which is
very close to Miami.
This would open up a large
tree of the southeastern United
States for travel to and from
Israel. Tourists would no longer
have to go through New York,
he said. "This will give many
Americans a shorter, alternative
oute to Israel."
Flights between Israel and
Mexico are expected to begin by
he end of October. Hen-Ari
ted, and prices have not been
rmined.
\ddressing himself to the
theme of the Solidarity Tourist
Day rallies Saturday night at the
r'ontainebleau Hotel in Miami
Beach and Sunday afternoon in
ilallandale at The Hemispheres.
Ben-Ari told some 1,600 persons.
It's time to go to Israel.
<< ause the spirit of Israel the
spirit of the Jewish state which
is the bridgehead of the Jewish
people has never been so
clear, so loud, so strong as it is
today.
"Your visiting Israel will be of
great moral spirit to our people
in a year of world Jewish
solidarity."
Hillel Community Day School
trill pay tribute to Irv and
Arlene Conner, founders of
the school, at the Seventh
Annual Scholarship Ball.
Saturday evening, Nov. 13. at
the Eden Hoc Hotel. Since the
schools inception seven years
ago, Conner has served as
finance vice president, ap-
pointing chairmen to lead all
the various fund-raising
events. In addition both he
and Mrs. Conner actively
participate on Hillel's
Executive Hoard and Hoard
of Governors.
JNF-Morton Towers Banquet
To Commemorate Entebbe
\braham (irunhut, president
of the Greater Miami Jewish
National Fund, and Dr. Irving
l.ehrman. chairman of the fund's
Foundation, have announcd
that the seventh annual JNb
Morton Towers banquet
honoring previous years'
rees and commemorating
Iritebbe rescue mission is set
Nov. 21 at the Fontainebleau
Hotel.
Past honorees are Mrs. Celia
Broff, Mrs. Sophie Haspel. Mrs.
Fanny Houtz, Manny and Gus
Mentz, Florence and the late
Morris Minov. Mrs. Celia
Rosenblatt. Mrs Toby
Schachter, Arthur and Hita
Sichel and Mrs. Freida Tobey.
All have been engaged in various
areas of Jewish fife, said l>r.
Lehrman, including UJA
a Fund, Israel Bonds,
!.' B'nai ORT,
INF.
i
he banqu irding
-. and
Belle Kroll are ticket chairm
The Morton Towers committee
for the .INF include-- Mr and
Mrs. Aronson, Hyman Akop.
Florence Hehrens. Sarah Rendet,
William Bendetson. Mrs. Broff.
Jack Brown. Bertha Brunswick.
Alice Freeman. Beatrice Froh-
man. Irving Garber, Ana
Garfinkel, Mr. and Mrs. Eric
Glaser. Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Glassman. Gus Goldsmith. Mr.
and Mrs. Max Gross. Sophie
Haspel. Herman Higger. Mrs.
Houtz. Dora Krimsky. Mr. and
Mrs Kroll and Sara Kutz.
Also Mr. and Mrs. Saul
Leblang. Doris Levi, Mr. and
Mrs Arrad Loewy. Mr. and Mrs.
Hen Marcus. Mr. and Mrs.
Mentz. Mr. and Mrs. George
Mildwoff. Mrs. Minov. Gabriel
Nahamias, Mr. and Mrs. Hyman
ick, Mr. and Mrs. Ignatz
baum, Helen Oppenheim,
Rudolph Papanek, Paul Perlis,
\|r- Rosenblatt, Mr. and Mrs
Mrs
Weiner, N man, Mr. and
iner, Hannah
Zuckerman, Mi
Sid Wladaver.
Theme of High Holy Days
Summarized in Punch Line
By RABBI SAMUEL SILVER
The theme of the High Holy Days can be sum-
marized in the punch line of my version of the
Creation Story.
The Bible tells that the Almighty One created
Adam.
He took one look at him and said, "I can do
better than that I"
Then he produced Eve.
EVEN SO, each one of us can improve on past
performance.
It's been said, as a matter of fact, that the
largest room in the world is the room for im-
provement.
As we listen to the shofar. or sit in our syna-
gogue on Rosh Hashanah. the Sabbath of Return
and Yom Kippur. we might well augment the
strains of the chants and prayers and the sermons
by repeating, often. "I can do better than that!"
Perhaps you have fulfilled some of the
resolutions you made last year.
Still, you are not yet at the top of your moral
form.
YOU CAN break the habits which shorten your
life. You can check and curb impulses deleterious
to the well-being of your family.
You can overcome faults and tollies which
become exceedingly conspicuous during the
season of spiritual inventory.
You've been a fine parent? Good. Chances are.
however, that you could be a bit more patient and
forbearing. Remember, our children need models
more than advice.
YOU'VE BEEN generous to good causes?
You're still solvent. I hope. And tell the truth: if
you were asked to itemize the occasions when you
have felt the greatest inner glow, wouldn't you
put near the top of the list the feelingof joy when
you are of service to others? Can you increase
those occasions?
You've supported important institutions?
Splendid. Is there more you can do?
I can do better than that" could well be
adopted by our citizenry. In the turbulent
primaries, only about a half of those eligible to
vote bothered to do so. Can we call this a
democracy? We recently reveled over the
American Revolution when our founding fathers
insisted on rule by the consent of the governed
But we have sunk to the level where the governed
don't even bother to pick their representatives.
YOU'VE DONE your share on behalf of Israel?
Well, can't the achievements of that doughty
republic, highlighted by the dazzling Entebbe
feat, inspire us to greater zeal and magnanimity?
There is no doubt that each of us could be more
attentive, more studious, more conscientious,
more genial than we often are. The High Holy-
Days prod us to prove it.
Our nation, emerging from the dolorous V-W
(Vietnam-Watergatel epoch, needs a new birth in
adherence to ethical standards.
One of our first New Year tasks ought to be to
rebuild our inner cities which are marred and
marked with squalor.
The year 5737 would he a good time for the UN
to recapture its soul and cease being an arena of
hoodlumism.
"I can do better than that!" The miracle is that
we are endowed with the faculty of improving.
WE ARE not fated to remain as we are. True,
freedom of will means we can retrogress as well as
progress
But it is to be hoped that we will use the
miraculous power within us to move forward, not
backward
Admitting errors is only acknowledging that
today we are nicer than we were yesterday.
The New Year is regarded in our lore as the
world's birthday. It marks the advance from
Adam to Eve.
What a birthday gift we have been granted
the capacity to do better. We too are creators.
Let's create a better self and help to create a
better world.
Rosh Hashonah Services Scheduled
To Commence Here Friday Evening
The penitential season which
began with Selichot services last
Saturday night continues with
Rosh Hashonah services at area
synagogues and temples starting
Friday evening. The New Year,
5737, will be ushered in with ten
days of repentance.
Rabbi Sheldon Harr will lead
the Plantation Jewish Congre-
gation in holiday services at
South Plantation High School
Auditorium. Friday evening.
services will commence at 8 p.m.
Saturday's schedule will begin at
10:15 a.m. There will be a
children's family service at 2:30
in the afternoon and Sunday
services will start at 10:15 a.m.
Gold Coast Synagogue, the
new Collins Avenue community
synagogue, will offer its
members both holiday services
and kosher holiday meals at the
Knover Hotel. President Sam
Rapoport has said that Rabbi
Aaron Shapiro and Cantor Fred
Bernstein will lead the
congregation in prayer beginning
Friday at 7 p.m. Services will be
held on Saturday at 8:30 a.m.
and at 7 p.m. Services will
continue on Sunday at 9 a.m.
Rosh Hashonah eve dinner, first
day lunch and dinner and second
day lunch are available to
worshippers who have made
cements.
It. Mo

end i -
regation at th<
Condominium. Services Will
begin at 6:55 on Friday evening
and continue on Saturdaj
Sunday at 8 a m. Rabbi Bomzer
will speak to the topic Prayer
as a Psychological Process" on
Saturday, and "God Waits for
Me" on Sunday.
Services for Temple Beth Tov
will begin on Friday at 7 p.m.
with Rabbi Charles Rubel of-
ficiating. On Saturday, Rabbi
Rubel will sermonize on "Our
Commitment to Jewish Life" at
8 a.m. Services will continue at 7
p.m. On the second day of Rosh
Hashonah. the schedule will be
the sann with the sermon topic
"Pent -ating the Clouds.".
The High Holy Day season
will be ushered in at Beth
Kodesh Synagogue on Friday
evening on Sept. 24 at 6:30 p.m.
Rabbi Max Shapiro. Cantor
Leon Segal. Rev. Harry
Rosenberg, and Rev. Mendel
Gutterman will officiate at all
-ervices.
Saturday and Sunday. Sept.
25 and 26. morning services will
begin at 8 a.m. Rabbi Max
Shapiro will discuss the themes
Israel's Dilemma" and "Over-
looking t he Obvious."
Young Israel oi Greater M
will hold ii^ High Holy
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be conducted by Rabbi Ze\ Leff,
Temple Judea will hold Rosh
Hashonah services on Friday at
8 p.m. Saturday sen ices are
scheduled at 10 a.m. for adults
and teenagers. The children's
service will be held at 2:30 p.m.
Rabbi Michael Kisenstat will
continue with the holy day
worship on Sunday at 10 a.m.
Temple Israel of Greater
Miami will hold High Holy Day
services at Miami Beach Con-
vention Hall South for the 15th
consecutive year. Dr. Joseph
Narot. senior rabbi, will preach
on Friday evening at 8 on
"On Feeling Jewish." On
Saturday at 10 a.m. Dr. Narot
will speak to the topic "Man vs.
God." Rabbi Brett Goldstein will
lead a simultaneous children's
service elsewhere in the con-
vention complex. Cantor Jacob
Bornstein and choir will chant
the liturgy. Congregational
President and Mrs. David
l'leeman will host a reception
following the services. All holy
das services may be heard on
WTMI-FM, 93.1.
Rosh Hashonah services will
commence on Friday at 7 p.m. at
Temple Ner Tamid and continue
on Saturday at 8 a.m. Rabbi
Eugene Labovitz will di
The Candidate" on tin
of Rosh Hashonah. On Sunday
morning, the rabbi's sermon will
deal with "A Personal Encounter

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second dd\ n\ Rosh Hashonah,
his sermoi topic will be ' l Peace.' At both
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Friday, September 24, 1976
Jewish Federation Greets Community on Holy Days
By MORTON SILBERMAN. President
And MYRON J. BRODIE,
Executive Vice President
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
We are all accustomed to sharing the warmth of
Rosh Hashanah with our families. So it is the
ideal occasion for us to reflect on the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation family, of which each of
you is apart.
Your Federation family extends a heartfelt
"L'Shana Tova" to you with a look at some of the
milestones achieved during 5736. We are duly
proud of achievements in reaching out to
strengthen bonds of Jewish community
responsibility in Greater Miami, and of the
peoplo-to-people ties which we continue working
to secure with Israel.
AND WE are delighted to note the par-
ticipation of tens of thousands of fellow Jews in
Dade County in a broadening spectrum of
Federation family programs for the enrichment
and growth of Greater Miami, and for community
action
Strengthening Greater Miami's Jewish
Community: 5736 began for our family with the
General Assembly of the Council of Jewish
Federations Greater Miami hosted nearly 4.000
delegates from over 200 North American Jewish
communities for the most important gathering of
the year, and the most successful meeting of its
kind ever held. For newcomers to our own city.
Federation's "Miami Shalom'' renewed its year-
round schedule of welcoming events and services.
The Federation Women's Division extended its
programming to form a new Council of
Presidents, through which all Jewish women's
organizations would cooperate on programs and
schedules throughout the year. Such cooperation
tAAft.V'.rW^^s^^'V
aided the Synagogue Women of Dade County in
sponsoring a much-acclaimed "Intrafaith
Learning Series" for increased understanding of
three distinct interpretations of Judaism.
THE 1976 COMBINED Jewish Appeal-Israel
Emergency Fund brought the community
together in a number of key demonstrations of
solidarity and strength. We greeted former Israeli
Prime Minister Golda Meir for this purpose, and
gathered again as a family to welcome Israel's
Ambassador to the U.S.. Simcha Dinitz. and her
former Defense Minister Moshe Dayan. These
events culminated a campaign in which the entire
community's mobilization proved that "You
Make the Difference.''
Strengthening tics with the people of Israel:
Your Federation sponsors a series of "Missions"
to Israel, through which members of our Jewish
community gel to know Israel's people and their
needs first-hand. This exciting study visit to the
Jewish homeland reaches its ultimate expression
in 5737 "This Year in Jerusalem" as
hundreds of local Jewish leaders gather in
October, 1976. for the most extensive learning
experience ever created, Miamians will join over
3,000 other American Jews for the ten-day
Mission and conference, programmed to involve
tens of thousands of Israelis literally opening
their land to their international family
During the past year, these bonds of oneness
with Israel's people were furthered through a
series of missions for Miamians.
ONE BROUGHT 40 local leaders to the heart
of Israel, after a view of Poland's historically
crucial Jewish community. The people of this
centuries-old center of Jewish culture had been
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and soon after landing in America, found him-
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He fought in nearly all the battles of the Caro-
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Nones settled in Philadelphia where he became
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decimated by the Holocaust.
Those remaining of what was Europe's largest
Jewish population offered American Jewry a
moving view of Jewish roots, with Israel as the
realization of dreams for the present and future.
Important missions brought groups of Miami's
Young Adults Division and Women's Division
together with the people of Israel. The Federation
Physicians Division sponsored a similar ex-
perience, and top leaders once again began the
community campaign by a conference with Prime
Minister Yitzhak Rabin.
Community action, enrichment, growth: Your
Federation family includes more than 20 key
Jewish agencies serving the local population. The
past years' growth spurred major expansions that
began during 5736: a new Jewish Community
Center facility to serve South Florida (The
Michael-Ann Russell Center in North Dade, a
$5.5-million project that will ultimately be the
largest facility of its kind in the South, an im-
portant 120-bed addition to the Miami Jewish
Home & Hospital for the Aged, a new location for
the Hillel Community Day School in North Dade,
and another site for providing free, hot kosher
meals to the elderly by the Jewish Vocational
Service Nutrition program.
MIAMI'S HIGH SCHOOL in Israel became
national in scope, with its success acknowledged
by the Council of Jewish Federations, and its
programs now available to students from any city
in North America. And the impressive strides on
four Dade campuses, made by the Hillel Jewish
Student Centers, inspired the inception this year
of the Hillel Foundations of Florida through
which federated Jewish communities can offer
support to Hillel programming at several major
Florida campuses.
Credits
Itosh Hashanah Edition fron-
tispiece of The Jewish Floridian
- reproduced courtesy of (he
I nited Jewish Appeal,
Ni u Year Greeting Card pub-
: in Jerusalem illustrating
Fronl ispiece feature in Sec I
I New Year in Israel: \
Day Celebration" appears
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MORTON SILBERMAN
MYRON J. BRODIE
The Federation Women's Division was in the
spotlight for Human Rights Day, and a
tremendously successful plea for Soviet Jewry.
Ruth Day an offered a keynote address, helping
point out the vital efforts of our Community
Relations' Soviet Jewry Committee. That same
group sponsored a rally for Soviet Jewry at
Simchat To rah and the Miami observance of
Solidarity Day.
STRICTLY FOR education and enrichment, an
extensive series of "coffees" for men and women
covered Greater Miami last fall, with programs
created by the Women's Division. Many of the
same women took part later in the year with a
special "tax Seminar" program for women, which
drew compliments from participants learning
about sound financial planning for themselves
and their families.
The range of your Federation family's concern
with Jewish life in Greater Miami might best be
represented by naming them. You should know
that your involvement with the Federation serves
to benefit:
LOCAL
B'nai B'rith Youth Organization, Brandeis
Camp Institute (Scholarships), Central Agency
for Jewish Education. Central Commission on the
Elderly, Community Chaplaincy Service,
Community Relations Committee, Day Care
Center for the Frail Elderly, Foundation of
Jewish Philanthropies;
Hebrew Academy. Hillel Community Day
School, Hillel Foundations of Florida, Hillel
Jewish Student Centers, Israel Youth Programs
Office, Jewish Community Centers of South
Florida, Jewish Family & Children's Service,
Jewish Vocational Service, Jewish Vocational
Service Nutrition Program:
Miami Jewish Home & Hospital for the Aged,
Mount Sinai Medical Center, National Council of
Jewish Women-Rescue and Migration Service,
Outpatient Mental Health Center for the Elderly,
Russian Resettlement Program, South Beach
Activities Center, South Dade Hebrew Academy,
Volunteer Service Bureau.
NON-LOCAL
American Association for Jewish Education,
America-Israel Cultural Foundation, American
Jewish Congress, American Academic
Association for Peace in the Middle East, Anti-
Defamation League of B'nai B'rith, Council of
Jewish Federations & Welfare funds, Dropsie
University;
Fellowships in Jewish Educational Leadership,
HUC-JIR School of Jewish Communal Service,
HIAS, The High School in Israel, Jewish Labor
Committee, Jewish Media Service, Jewish
Telegraphic Agency, Jewish War Veterans, Joint
Continued on Page 6-B
The last thing you
want to spread on your
bagel is cholesterol.
PHOTOS and related stories
iring under the general
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on Entebbe
(Sec E),


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mission of the Israel Digest
I" rican Edition of the World
Zionist Organization, who also
gave permission to publish the
feature, "From the Cruel Civil
W.ir in Lebanon Comes New
Hope for Israel-Arab Peace."
Special credit is due the
American Jewish Historical
Society for its frontispiece
illustration (Sec. Fl of our
feature, "American Bicentennial:
I hi Messiah is Just Around the
Corner But There's
Something Still Holding Him
Up." by Jacob R. Marcus.
director of the American Jewish
Archives of the Hebrew Union
College-Jewish Institute of
Religion.
The Bicentennial Section is
largely published with the pt--
"ii of publishers of the
booklet, Honoring 177>> anil
>us Jews in American
History, sponsored by Maxwell
House Coffee.
IN BOOKLET form, copies
are available from Jewish-
\nierican Patriots, Box 4488,
Grand Central Station, New
York, N.Y. 10017.
Genesis Publishing Corp., of
Flint, Mich., have given
generous permission for the
reproduction of the Sec. H
frontispiece by the renowned
Jewish artist, Saul Raskin, from
his book entitled Our Father,
'hi r King.
Hadar Chapter Meets
Hadar Chapter, Mizrachi
Women's Organization, will meet
at the Washington Federal
Savings Bank, 1132 Kane
Concourse, Bal Harbour,
Thursday, Oct. 7, at noon, it has
been announced.
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Friday, September 21. 1975 -
Israel Bond Chairman Recalls Rescue at Entebbe
By GARY R GERSON
Israel Bond Chairman for Dade Count\
I arrived in I srael only a few days after the safe
return of the Entebbe hostages It was easy to be
swept up by the exhilaration which engulfed the
people. The mood was similar to that of the
euphoria which followed the Six-Day War
However, this was quickly modified as I met with
government, business and military leaders.
Deeply gratified and thankful as all were, the
abiding concern was Israel's economy.
The people of Israel in every walk of life are
convinced that the search for peace must be
carried on not only in the marble halls of Geneva
and at council tables in New York but also by
Increasing production at the work tables in
farr-ies In the midst of the most pressing
financial problems and hardships in their history,
they are concentrating their efforts in
augmenting what can only be described as the
industrial dynamics of peace.
BASICALLY, it is people who are the key to a
productive and growing economy, achievement in
scientific research, the widening of commerce and
the development of energy. People, Economy.
Achievement. Commerce and Energy these are
the ingredients that spell out the hopes for peace.
People like Aviv Badri. who immigrated from
Iraq in 1951. and who is a senior employe at the
Israel Petrochemical Enterprises Ltd! in the
Haifa area. He is a tester in the plastics division
of the burgeoning petrochemical complex, which
is part of an industry with unique advantages for
Israel.
First, its products are in great demand in many
parts of the world; secondly, by utilizing an
advanced system of sophisticated technology.
Israel's petrochemical industry is successfully
exploiting the country's relatively meager raw-
materials.
IN HIS OWN WAY. Mr. Badri symbolizes the
economic development of Israel in human terms.
W h-'n he came to Israel from Iraq 125 years ago.
neither he nor the State of Israel faced a viable
economic future. Between May 14. 19-48. when the
State of Israel was established, and the end of
1951. some 684.000 immigrants passed through
its open gates.
They included displaced persons and other
refugees from Eastern and Central Europe,
refugees from such Arab countries as Yemen and
Iraq, and smaller numbers from other countries.
A country that started out with 650.000 people
could not cope with an immigration that more
than doubled its population in less than three
years.
Mr. Badri remembers those desperate days,
when Israel was in the grip of austerity, unem-
ployment was widespread, food was rationed and
hundreds of thousands of newcomers were living
in squalid temporary shelters.
THE SAME year that he arrived in Israel, in
1951. the Israel Bond program was launched in
the United States to provide the sorely needed
investment capital to build up the economy of the
young nation, start new factories and farms,
produce export goods and provide jobs for the
newly arrived citizens.
The impact of the proceeds derived from the
sale of Israel Bonds was felt immediately in
Israel. Soon the picture for Mr. Badri and his
fellow immigrants changed from gloom to hope.
Jobs became available as the country's entire
economy improved and large-scale construction
projects began to take shape.
OVER THE YEARS, he has held various jobs.
but his greatest opportunity came in late 1963
when he was accepted for a retraining program
which led to his employment with the newly
established Israel Petrochemical Enterprises Ltd
When one considers that the expansion of
Israels petrochemical industry, which includes
not only the firm where Mr Badri is etnpk
but a half-dozen others as well, has been 1
possible to a great extent by Israel Bond I
flowing into Israel's Development Budget, then
the story of Mr Badri8 career and the story of
Israel Bonds are really one and the same story
It's a story of people working and building and
making sacrifices and it's a story of a program
that provides a major share of the development
funds for Israel's progress in the face of enorn
problems and needs
PEOPLE LIKE Aharon Bass, born in Israel in
late 1948, the year of Israel's independence, who
is a technician at the modern international tell
communications satellite station completed four
years ago to give Israel instantaneous contact
with any point in the world Israel Bonds played a
vital role in financing the project, which cost -
million, covering construction of the satellite
station, installation of equipment, and expansion
of international connections as well as the
communications systems in Jerusalem and Tel
Aviv.
The Station is located in the historic Valley of
Elah. halfway between Jerusalem and Ashdod
Its two huge saucer-like antennas, each 100 feet in
diameter, stand on the site of one of the most
dramatic confrontations of all time: they loom
against the same sky that looked down over 3.00(1
years ago on the battlefield where David, the
shepherd, fought Goliath, the Philistine.
And it was in the same Valley of Elah. 28 years

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TEL AVIV (JTA) War broke out in Israel last week,
and the weapon was newsprint. After weeks of delay due to
technical and personnel difficulties, the long awaited newspaper
Hayom Haze (This Day) edited by former Defense Minister
Moshe Dayan. made its appearance to challenge the hegemony
of Israel's two mass circulation afternoon dailies Maariv and
Yediot Achronot.
THE FIRST edition contained 24 pages, onlv four of which
carried news and two of the latter were devoted to sports. There
was no article by Dayan who has become a controversial figure
since the Yom Kippur War and a thorn in the side of the Labor
Party establishment.
Hayom Haze is backed by two advertising agencies and
the first edition was adorned by many more advertisements
than is usual for a new. untested paper. Maariv and Yediot.
each of which claims over 200.000 daily circulation and more
than a quarter of a million weekends, were ready with their own
big guns.
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ago. that one of the most desperately fought
ha tiles of Israel's War of Liberation took place.
ON A WORLDWIDE scale, the importance of
communication has advanced in direct ratio to the
advances in space-related technology. In Israel's
case, the advances in communication have been
dictated by the need to keep pace with the in-
. leasing communication requirements of a
growing economy.
Israel's communications have thus developed
from reliance on radio-telephone links with
Europe and the United States, to an underwater
cable between Tel Aviv and Marseilles, and
finally to its new international communications
system which is integrated with the international
telecommunications satellite system known as
Intelsat.
WITHOUT DENIGRATING the
achievements which Israel has recorded in the
medium of international communications, they
cannot compare with the advances in in-
terpersonal communications between the people
of Israel and .lews all over the world. In Israel's
case, the "medium" has been only a small part of
the message."
The message has been the faith and deter-
mination of the people of Israel to survive and to
overcome unmitigated hostility, in war or in acts
ill terrorism like the hijacking that ended with the
breat htaking rescue of the hostages in Uganda.
Fundamentally, it has been the substance of
Israel's message of freedom and Jewish identity
which has given sustenance to the hopes of the
Jews ol Soviet Russia.
JEWS LIKE Joseph Villednkky, an electrical
engineer, who came from Kiev, the capital of the
Ukraine, four years ago. and who is the engineer
m charge of a shift of workers at the new electric
power station at Ashdod. Energy-wise, Ashdod is
unique in its role in Israel's past, present and
future development plans. It is hard to believe
that Ashdod, with its modern deepwater seaport.
was founded as recently as 1957. shortly after the
li^'hl ning Sinai Campaign.
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GARYGERSON
The first building to be put up was the power
station. Then, with the completion of the first oil
pipeline from Eilat. Ashdod took on added
significance as the terminus of the pipeline on t he
Mediterranean coast.
Two huge projects, the construction of a harbor
and an oil refinery, in 1965 and 1973 respectively,
completed with large-scale infusion of Israel Bond
funds, have catapulted the fledgling city of Ash-
dod into the front line in Israel's economic life.
THE CITY's strategic importance for the
development of t he central part of the country has
been demonstrated to a remarkable degree in less
than two decades of Ashdod's existence.
With the rapid industrialization in and around
Ashdod. the capacity of that first power station
built in 1957 could not keep pace with the
corresponding increase in energy requirements.
Joseph Villednicky helps run the new electric
power stat ion which began operation at the end of
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POLITICS DOES NOT
HAVE TO BE "DIRTY'
In a runoff election between two people, it has been
customary to attack the opponent on his voting record
and his philosophy. That I could do. But that's the "old
politics."
I would rather take the "high road" and instead tell you
how I would vote in your behalf.

ON INSURANCE
Hugo Black would vote for lower insurance rates; to make
it more difficult for companies to raise insurance rates or
to cancel insurance.
ON ELECTRIC RATES
Hugo Black would vote for "taking the politics" out of
electrical rate grants by increasing the membership of the
Public Service Commission.
ON GOVERNMENT COSTS
Hugo Black would vote for reducing the size of the
legislature to save your tax dollars.
ON FINANCIAL DISCLOSURE
Hugo Black would be for the strongest financial
disclosure possible..-
THAT'S WHY THESE PEOPLE ARE AMONG
THOSE SUPPORTING HUGO BLACK FOR THE
LEGISLATURE.
Marshall Harris
Edmund J. Gong
Thomas J. Wood
Ron Levitt
Ross Beiler
Marino Lopez-Bianco
Mike Nachwalter
Rick Fuentes
Thomas Seymour
Dan Paul
Richard A. Pettigrew
Janet Reno
Darrey A. Davis
Robert Parent
William H.Turner
Kendall Coffey
Hector Maestri
Esteban J. Hernandez
Johnnie Parris
Jim Gunn
Slim Harbett
Manolo Reboso
Fernando Navarro
Bill Frates
Bob Hosmon
Sandy D'Alemberte
Mrs. William Baggs
Bernardo Benes
Irving Cypen
Tony Perez
Richard Hoffman
Remaldo Del Valle
Brian Patchen
Julian Kreeger
Ronald Esserman
Sylvan Meyer
Hardy Matheson
Paid tor by Hugo Black Campaign Committee -Hugo Black, Treasurer


Page6-B
>Jenit Fkridiatfi
Friday, September 2
'. 1976
Israel Bond Chairman Recalls Rescue at Entebbe
Continued from Page 5-B
1975. He is one of many Russian immigrants who
have been able to adapt their technological
training to the needs of Israel.
BY THE middle-eighties. Israel hopes to have
diversified types of energy. By that time, the
country's first nuclear power station will be in
operation, while new conventional electric power
stations will make use of coal instead of oil to
produce energy. In addition. Israel has stepped
up its research and development in the field of
solar energy
Another potential source of energy involves
V-hdod Experts have pointed out the
possibilities o' building a hydro-electrical in-
stallation or thi shores of the Dead Sea to exploit
the difference in levels between the
Mediterranean and the Dead Seas.
The idea i- to construct a tunnel which will
bring water of the Mediterranean from the Ash-
dod-Ashkelon area to regulating pools on the
heights overlooking Ein Gedi. From there it
would pour down a height of 300 meters through
pressure pipes and would be used to drive the
turbines of a power station to be built on the
shores of the Dead Sea.
LIMITED IN natural resources. Israel relies
heavily on its human resources for the
breakthroughs that will create special products of
high quality utilizing ultramodern scientific
principles. While Israel is not unique in
promoting the economic side effects of applied
science, its concentrated efforts have achieved
more than a modicum of success. In a recent
example, wide attention was given to the an-
nouncement and demonstration of an electronic
instrument made in Israel to detect a dangerous
respiratory defect in babies that can cause the
phenomenon referred to as "crib death." It was
predicted by the television science reporter in
New York that every hospital would eventually
have this lifesavingequipment.
Polina Stavitzky. who studied technology in
Russia, is one of the brilliant young people on the
staff of a rapidly developing electronics plant
where electronic equipment for the medical
profession, as well as other detection devices, are
made. Polina came to Israel three years ago and
immediately went to work for the Elron Elec-
tronics firm of Haifa, which produces a wide
variety of electronic items which are designed and
researched in its Eltek" or technology- depart-
ment, while its scientific department Elscint
produces analytical and detecting systems in-
cluding an electronic instrument for canter and
growth detection.
WHAT IS the connection between Polina
Stavitzky, Aviv Badri. Aharon Bass and Joseph
Villednicky? Besides the obvious shared
responsibility which is tacitly demonstrated in
their daily work and their efforts to increase
Israel's industrial productivity, there is an
historic connection that was foretold over twenty-
five years ago.
It was Golda Meir who pointed out the
relationship between Israelis like native-born
Aharon Bass and immigrants |jke Aviv Badri
who came from Iraq in 1951 and had to live in
tents, and their connection with the immigrants
who would come to Israel after that. At the time
when the waves of immigration were at their peak
and the economy was at its lowest ebb. (
\1eir told the first National Israel Bond Planning
Conference in Washington in October. I960, thai
the only security Israel could offer as collateral
for Israel Bonds was "the gilt-edged BOCUril
the people of Israel, the hundreds of thousand
Jews who will still come to Israel and the ti
thousands ol lews who live in tents.
"BIT I CAN also offer you our children, the
children of the old-timers and the little Yen*
children and the Iraqi children and the Rurnai
children who are growing up in Israel pn
safe, self-respecting Jews They will pay back this
debt, which they are honor-bound to pay back
with interest
Golda Meir was right She was right about the
Sabraa like Aharon Bass, the immigrant
Iraq like A\iv Badri. the new immigrant- h
Russis and elsewhere like Polina Stavitzky
Joseph Villednicky, Each, in his or her way. ha-
been involved in building and developing Israel's
economy, utilizing the more than 18.3 billion in
I-rail Bonds that have flowed into Israel -
Development Budget during the past quarter
century,
As we in South Florida prepare for the new j
and renewed effort for Israel Bonds, we are in
spired and strengthened by the spirit of Entehh.
and pledge ourselves to do our part in
strengthening Israel's economy so that peace can
Uvome a reality.
Egypt Withdraws
3 Suez Battalions
Federation Greets Jewish Community
By YITZHAK SHARGIL
TEL AVIV (JTA) -
Defense Minister Shimon Peres
said here that the Egyptians
have withdrawn three battalions
from the limited forces zone in
Sinai east of the Suez Canal at
the insistence of United Nations
observers acting on a complaint
from Israel.
Peres made the disclosure at a
meeting with 300 American-
Jewish leaders participating in
the United Jewish Appeals Prime
Minister's Mission currently in
Israel. He said he learned of the
Egyptian pullback on his way to
the meeting
HIS REMARKS cast further
light on an Israeli-American
dispute over alleged Egyptian
violations of the Sinai interim
agreement that flared earlier last
week. The dispute is now said to
have been resolved But Israel
still contends that there were at
least six Egyptian battalions in
the limited forces zone beyond
the eight battalions allowed
under the terms of the interim
accord.
The UN observers, supported
by American technicians
manning the electronic advance
warning system in Sinai, claimed
there were only three battalions
in excess of the permitted
number and these have been
w ithdrawn
The dispute with the U.S.
developed over a charge in
Haaretz that reports by the
American surveillance team were
doctored and that the Americans
deliberately produced fuzzy
satellite photos of the area so
that the deployment of Egyptian
forces could not be pinpointed.
THE ACCUSATION drew an
angry denial from Washington.
Subsequently Israel and the U.S.
agreed that the latest satellite
photos were unclear because of
clouds in the area Israel is ex-
pecting a new set of pictures that
will indicate the true situation on
the ground.
Peres also told the UJA leaders
that he learned that fire was
exchanged Sept. 1 between
villagers in southern Lebanon
and terrorists.
Describing the situation in
that region, he said the local
villagers were capable of
preventing the return of the
terrorists to the area adjacent to
Israel's borders.
Continued from Page 3-B
Cultural Appeal:
Large City Budgeting Conference. National
Conference on Soviet Jewry. National Jewish
Community Relations Advisory Council.
National Jewish Welfare Board. North American
Jewish Students Appeal. Synagogue Council of
Amerca. United Jewish Appeal American
Jewish Joint Distribution Committee (including
ORT and Malbenl. New York Association for
New Americans. United Israel Appeal.
IF YOU WOULD like information on the
humanitarian programs maintained by .his
family of agencies, or if you would like to know
how you can play a key role in your .1
community's support of these and more
your Eederation at 42(X) Biscayne Bouk
Miami.
As Jews, we are one familv in Greater \!
numbering nearly 250.000. And on behalf ol
Federation family, we extend all our wishe
health, happiness and peace in 5737
miami dadeUnd
JM WISHES YOU A NEW YEAR
FILLED WITH PEACE AND CONTENTMENT
We hope the coming months will be filled with many
shining moments, including the warmth of new friendships and
the joy of old ties with those you love and surmounting
them all, the happiness of dreams come true.
163rd street hollywood fort Uuderdale prmpeno west oalm b#rh ~i__1 .
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Friday. September 24. 1976
pJenirf fhridian
|Pae 7-B

'Medic Alert' Program To Be Promoted Throughout Dade
The "New Look" for men,
according to the word from New
York, is completely pocketless.
It's supposed to be quite
slenderizing, according to men's
wear designer Jacques Bellini.
In his collection for Eisenberg
International, his classically
shaped three-piece suit dispenses
with such already obsolete
pockets as watch pockets in the
vest and side pockets in the
trousers.
"Side pockets in the pants and
jackets add unnecessary width
and bulk around the hipline.
Carrying a wallet in the back
pocket only encourages pick-
pockets." observes Bellini.
The svelte, pocketless suit will
be in stores across the country in
November. Its public debut will
be on stage worn by Robert
Palmer, the rock star who does
his far-out concerts wearing
classic executive-type men's
wear
Muriel and Phil Revitz. who
will soon be celebrating their
35th wedding anniversary, are
now celebrating being grand-
parents for the first tinv Their
daughter. Roberta. and her
husband. Michael Weiss, are
parent- ol Melissa Rose, who
according to their grandparents
i- "gorgeous." always smiling.
and when she babbles, -he is
re.illv saying "Grandpa."
Bobbi (Dr. Richard) Litl is
working very hard for Phil
harmonk' Week which begins on
(>i i H She's been wanting to do
i hi- lor 11 years and is finally
/i tun:' ii all together \t noon
on Wednesday Ocl 8, then' wijl
In ,i |>,ir;i(li nl high school hands
on Klagk'r Si
I he parade will end at the
Courthouse, where the entire
Miami Philharmonic Orchestra
..ill perform for the public This
the lirst time the Philharmonic
ever given a free concert.
The ei.inert. under the direction
nl Dr. Antonio Lazaso,
represents a major step in the
Philharmonic's increasing in-
volvement in the cultural life ol
m ire community.
The concert will open the fifth
iitinie Lively Arts Series.
The public is urged to bring their
lunches, and Bobbi has arranged
tor ;!(M) chairs to he placed on
Plagler Street in front of the
Courthouse.
Marilyn (Mrs. Robert)
Shupack honored her mother.
Hannah Zion, with a birthday
luncheon in the Aventura
Country Club House. It was a
Happy Social Security" birth-
day for Hannah who had
just discovered that she was
born on Sept. 2, not the birthday
she had been celebrating in
January.
It seems that Hannah's birth
was recorded in Russian, and the
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Mr Jake Grandis, Manager
Social Security Office had to
send the papers to Washington.
DC. for translation. When her
parents brought the family from
Russia, her father told the
authorities she was born in the
first month of the year but
according to the Jewish
calendar.
The Russian calendar is also
13 days ahead of the calendar
used in the United States.
Among the many women on
hand to help her celebrate her
new birthday were Ruth (Judge
Albert) Dubbin. Robin (Mrs.
Alan) Yablonsky. Bonnie (Dr.
Gerald) Askowitz. Eloise (Mrs.
Charles) Miller. Eleanor (Dr.
Paul) Pesce. Dodie (Mrs. Henry)
Shier. Doris (Mrs. Henry)
Cooperman. Fay (Mrs. Max)
Allahut. Wilma (Mrs. Gene)
Rubenfeld. and her sister. Clarice
(Mrs. Sam I Badanes.
Mayor Steve Clark. Fire Chief
Don Hickman and other
prominent civic leaders were to
participate in a program
Thursday from :i to 4:.'<0 p.m. at
the Cedars of Lebanon Seminar
Center Auditorium. 1295 NW 14
St., Miami, to promote a county-
wide life-saving emergency
medical identification system
called "Medic Alert."
The system consists of an
alerting device worn as either
a bracelet or necklace that, in
an emergency, speaks for the
victim. providing an iden-
tification number, information
on any hidden medical problems
and a 24-hour hot-line telephone
number to a master computer
with instant replay access to the
victim's treatment program.
The event, sponsored' as a
public service by the Cedars of
Lebanon Auxiliary with par-
ticipation from area-wide
hospital Auxilians. high school
service clubs and county health
interests, features an address by
Medic Alert's National Director
of Communications. William
Neel. and a demonstration
motion picture by Tennessee
Krnie Ford.
"Medic Alert is saving lives," tnt' program. The public is urged
says Cheri Fox, chairperson for to attend
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* Jen is* fkridKan
Friday. September 24
1976
"Without advertising, you
wouldn't know."
Wouldn't know what?
As advertising applies to the
housing market, you would not
know which homes are af-
fordable, wbrh apartment
buildings come replete with
recreational facilities. which
residential developments are
convenient to expressways and
which complexes permit children
and pets.
REAL ESTATE advertising
also lets you know where you are
welcome to rent, lease and buy.
Gone are the days of the "No
Hebrews" signs. Lost to times
past are the signs which read
"No Coloreds." But the hidden
persuaders are covert. There are
numerous techniques to facilitate
advertising clues in a sub rosa
manner.
In the 1950s and even into the
early '60s. "churches near-by"
was a welcome mat for
prospective gentile homebuyers.
Today, by comparison, use of the
word "churches" alone is subject
to government action, according
to Arthur Teitlebaum. Southern
Area Director of B'nai Brith's
Anti-Defamation League.
"Churches," instead of the
innocuous and all-inclusive
"houses of worship," has a
"restrictive, chilling effect," he
said.
RATHER than manufacturing
a sensitive, over-reaction to
possible discrimination, the ADL
.is working well within the guide-
lines set forth by the United
States Department of Housing
and Urban Development.
According to Title VIII of the
Civil Rights Act of 1968, certain
guidelines were established to
protect -he American public
from discriminatory housing
policies. "Ethnic purity" may be
an in fact, de facto situation,
but the U.S. government wants
to be sure that housing patterns
are not legislated or devek""H
for that purpose.
Advertisers, however, are a
sophisticated bunch. They do
not need code language to
transmit their message. There
are myriad advertising gimmicks
to appeal to certain prospective
buyers. Some are harmless, but
some forms are in apparent
violation of one or more of the
HUD cniidelines.
SPECIFICALLY, any "catch-
words colloquialisms .
ethnically significant landmarks
. and symbols which
imply or suggest race, color,
religion or national origin" are in
violation of Title VIII, Section
804A of the Civil Rights Act of
1968.
Additionally, use of human
models that are not "used to
indicate racial inclusiveness .
representing both majority and
minority groups in the metro-
politan area" is also subject to
government action.
When, in fact, a complaint is
filed with the ADL for possible
discriminatory advertising
practices, the following is apt to
occur:" if Arthur Teitlebaum
agrees that a complaint is valid,
he will secure the evidence and
telephone the party involved
If a call produces no response
or firm noncompliance with the
guidelines, then a formal letter is
addressed to the firm against
writjeh the complaint has been
fited.^v
IF THKRE is still no
voluntary compliance with HUD
guidelines forthcoming, the ADL
and the original} complainant will
file a federal i charge of dis-
crimination with HUD.
At this point, the government
agency will investigate the
matter using the original sources
and its own resources. A con-
certed effort is made at con-
ciliation and voluntary com-
pliance, once again. If no
agreement is reached, HUD
might very well take the charge
to a Federal court for a decision.
Teitlebaum, however, em-
phasizes that the first effort for
conciliation is one of informal
means including "an educational
element" This would especially
apply when the discriminatory
advertising policy lacked
discriminatory intent.
THE SUBTLE difference
matters little, however, when the
effect is the same The Civil
Rights Act speaks to both the
intent and effect factors of
discrimination. "We (the ADD
would be satisfied with
voluntary compliance." Teitle-
baum said. when a real
estate firm pleaded ignorance of
the guidelines and Inadvertently
used an improper advertising
technique.
If there is a victim involved,
who was barred from buying,
then the ADL would seek
redress and / or a remedy to the
situation.
Farfetched? Extreme?
Unfortunately not.
When the federal guidelines
describe vcrboten gimmickry,
and those very same devices are
blatantly used in local com-
mercial notices, then restrictions
are not past their prime. They
are simply not as obvious as a
"No Hebrews" sign.
Next week. "Points of View"
will present a contemporary
catalogue of local real estate
advertising in order to
demonstrate that certain com-
munities are not only keeping up
with the Cohens and the Joneses
but keeping them out!
JWV Auxiliary 174
To Attend Council
JWV Auxiliary No. 174 wil
participate in the Council of Ad-
ministration on Oct. 23 and 24 at
Lake Buena Vista and plans to
make a side trip to Disney World
at the same time.
Bach Saturday the Auxiliary
sponsors the telecart at the \ A
Hospital, taking a portable phone
from room to room so that bed-
ridden patients can call their
families.
Cellist Plays In Film
The late world renowned
cellist Gregor Piatigorsky. in his
last public performance, starred
in "Choose Life." a new quarter-
hour motion picture alx>ut Yon,
Kippur, produced by the Jewish
Chautauqua Society, which will
be shown on WCKT's 'The Sti|
Small Voice" program Sunday at
10 a.m. on WCKT. Miami
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South Florida Council
II10 N E 163rd St No 348 North Miami Beoch. Flo 947 60V4
JOSEPH GOLDEN RABBI SEYMOUR FRIEDMAN HARRY J SIIVERMAN
Regional President Executive Director Youth Director
WISHES AIL A HAPPY AND HEALTHY NEW YEAR AND INVITES YOU TO AFFILIATE WITH. AND TO WORSHIP IN
ONE OF THE FOLLOWING CONSERVATIVE SYNAGOGUES IN SOUTH FLORIDA
TEMPLE BETH ISRAEL
7100 W. Oakland Park Blvd., Ft. Lauderdalc, Fla.
715-4040
Rabbi Phillip A. Labowlti
Cantor Maurice A. Neu
Mr. Ranald I- Mtehkln, President
Mr. Irving Jacobean, Exec. Dtr.
Mr*. Miriam Schmerier, Educ. Dlr.
TEMPLE SAMUEL
too S.W. 107th Avenue, Miami, Fla.
StS-4133
Rabbi Edwin Farber
Cantor Marvin Roeen
Mr. Marvin D. BaMa. President
TEMPLE IN THE PINES
13* Taft Street, Pembroke Pines, Fla.
43-31M
Rabbi Sidney I. Lubln
Mr. Samuel Pomeraax, President
TEMPLE BETH MOSHE
221S N.E. 121ft Street, North Miami
1*1-SSM
Rabbi Daniel J. Flngerer
Rabbi Joseph A. Oorflnkel, Rabbi Emeritus
Mr. Herbert 8. Lelchuk. President
Mr. Jules Elnhorn, Educ. Dlr.
TEMPLE OR OLOM
7 55 S.W. lth Street, Miami
221-4131
Rabbi Saerraau P. Klrscbaor
Oaator P. HUlel Brummer
Mr. Teal Sloan, Presides*
Mr. Daniel IJrkrr, Exec. Dlr.
Mrs. IJada Hornk-k, Educ. Dlr.
TEMPLE NERTAMID
7M2 cariyle Avenue, Miami Beach
HMM
Rabbt Et*SM A. I-abovltx
Canter Edward Klein
Mr. Lenta Socaraan. President
Mr. Tsasnasl Fader, Educ. Dlr.
TEMPLE EMANU-EL
17*1 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach
HMM
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Ctaaser Zvl Asssr
Jsds Frederics. W. Barad. President
I Friedlaad. (fealrman ef Ike Board
Mr. Fisdoiic Rsssler. Exec Dtr.
Dr. Amir Barea, Educ Dlr.
TEMPLE SINAI
1201 J oh i son St.. Hollywood
44-4012
Ksbbl David Shapiro
Cantor Yehudah I.. Hellbraun
Mr. Joseph Klelnman, President
Mr. Harry Kaplan. Exec. Dlr.
Mrs. Roslyn Z. Seidel. Educ Dlr.
ISRAELITE CENTER TEMPLE
3175 S.W. 25th Street. Miami
445 152*
Rabbi Solomon Vtsldrnhrr,
Cantor Hyman lifehln
Mr. Chester Lelter. President
Mrs. Henrietta Pitman. Exec. Dlr.
BETH TORAH CONGREGATION
1051 Interama Blvd., N. Miami Beach
?477520
Rabbi Max UpochlU
Mr. Hyman Kntx. President
Mr. Max Rothenberg. Exec. Dlr.
Rsbbl Norman Munsman. Educ. Dlr.
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TEMPLE ZION
ooo Miller Road, Miami
2712311
Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro
Cantor Ben Dtekso
Mr. Mack PawUger, President
Mr. Herxl Honor. Educ. Dlr.
BETH DAVID CONGREGATION
2425 S.W. 3rd Ave. 7SW S.W. 120 St., Miami
54 3411
Rabbi Sol l.andau
Cantor William W. Lipson
Mr. SU-van 8. Simon. President
Mr. Sheatsn O. Mills. Exec. Dtr.
Mr. Salome V. nswemer. Educ. Dlr.
TEMPLE MENORAH
Dickens Avt. at 75th St., Miami Beach
44-0221
Rabbi Mayer Abramowlts
Cantor N loo Fesdrnan
Mr. Paul Kassea. President
Mr. Michael Patager. Exec. Dtr.
TEMPLE SHOLOM
132 S.E. 11th Avenue, Pompano Beach
42-4410
Rabbi Morris A. Shop
Csator Jacob J. Rensrr
Mrs. Ireae KeMjch. President
Mr. Irvlag Jarot. Exec. Dtr.
S.E. Biennial Convention Oct. 20 Noy. i. .97h f^t^gm Florida


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* Jen 1st Meridian
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Mount Sinai Medical Center of Greater Miomi is a 690 bed
hospital located in the residential oreo of Miami Beach on
Biscayne Boy A not-for-profit heolth core facility. Mount
Sinai is dedicated to patient care, research and education.
In 1949. what began as ar\ ideo conceived by concerned
Citizens, become reality as Mount Sinai opened as the first
non-sectarian, voluntary hospital in the Greater Miami
area.
For 27 years. Mount Sinai has continued to make a
maximum committment to providing the finest quality
medical care
The Officers and
The Board of Trustees
On Behalf Of
Mount Sinai {
Extend Cordial

GREETINGS TO ALL
OFFICERS
Chairman of the Board Max Orovitz
Vice Chairman of the Board leonard I Abess
Vice Chairman of the Board Samuel Fnedland
Vice Chairman of 'he Board Edward Shapiro
President James M. Albert
Executive Vice President Samuel Gertner
Vice President I Jules Arkin
Vice President Jerry Blank
Vice President Julius Darsky
Vice President Mrs liloG Heatter
Vice President Samuel J Heiman
Vice President Milton Kelner
Vice President Benjamin G. Kline
Vice President Bing Kossoff
Vice President Sydney Levison
Secretary lewis E Zorn
Assistant Secretary NArs AlethaGifford
Assistant Secretary Dan B Ruskm
Treasurer W James Orovitz
Assistant Treasurer Paul Faske
Executive Treasurer- Samuel Farber
Executive Director* Alvin Goldberg
Ex-Offiao
TRUSTEES
I. Jules Arkin louis Harris Leonard Miller
Theodore Baumntter lila G Heatter Nicholas Morley
Jerry Blank Milton Kelner Horry Nathenson
Norman Bromon Mrs Max Kesselman W. James Orovitz
Morris Broad Joseph Kosow Arthur Pearlman
Judge Irving Cypen BingKossoff Robert Revitz
Julius Darsky Maurice Koven Marshal E Rosenberg
Joseph Davidson Col Kovens Lloyd L. Ruskm
Richard Deutch. D.D.S Sydney Levison Martin Sandier
Paul Faske Harry A. levy Edward Shapiro
Robert S. Feldman Leonard liebowitz Arthur Sheppord
Gary R Gerson Alex Manson Everett Shocket, M.D.
Samuel Gertner Arthur Mark Michael Weintraub
Jerrold Goodman Mrs. Baron De Hirsch Meyer Milton Weiss
LIFE TRUSTEES
Leonard L Abess
JamesM. Albert
Col. Jacob M Arvey
Samuel Blank
Ben Blum
Shepord Broad
David P Catsman
Max V. Cogen
Samuel Fnedland
Moc Gache'
Abraham Goodman
Morris Goodman. M.D.
Robert Z Greene
Mrs S. H. Grer-nspan
Nathan S. Gumeflck
Louis Hand
A J Harris
Samuel J Heini
Howard Kane
Samuel Kann
Aaron M. Konner
Henry A Keller
Benjamin G. Kline
J Gerald Lewis
Joseph M Lipton
Mrs Anna Brenner Meyers
A J Molasky
Stanley C. Meyers
Max Orovitz
Joseph M Rose
Dan B Ruskm
William D Singer
Joseph R. Stem
Carl Susskmd
AbeW Waxenberg
Carl Weinkle
Leonard A Wien
Louis E. Wolfson
Mitchell Wolfson
Lewis E Zorn
HONORARY PHYSICIAN TRUSTEES
Richard M. Fleming. M.D.
Stanley Frehling. M.D
Solomon B Goldmon, M.D.
Leo Grossman, M.D.
Rolph E. Kirsch. M.D.
Milton P Trovers. M.D.
S. Charles Werblow, M.D.
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Friday. September 24. i97,
B'nai B'rith Honoring
Metro Mayor Clark
Metro Mayor Stephen P. Clark
will receive B'nai B'rith's
National Humanitarian Award at
a testimonial Gold Medallion
Dinner. Sunday. Dec. 12. at the
Eden Roc Hotel
The tribute was announced by
David M. Blumberg. inter-
national president of the 500.000-
memner organization.
"Throughout his distinguished
career of public service. Mayor
Clark has rii nonstrated his
dedication to humanity and his
deep concern for the dignity and
brotherhood of man.'' Blumberg
said. "B'nai B'rith is proud to
honor an outstanding
American."
The dinner in Mayor Clark's
honor will help support B'nai
B'rith Youth Services, whose $9
million annual budget supports a
wide range of cultural, religious,
counseling, civic and brotherhood
activities nationwide.
B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundations
serve students on over 300
campu5.es. including Florida
State. Florida and Miami
Universities, and Miami-Dade
Community College.
The B'nai B'rith Youth Or-
ganization conducts programs for
teenagers in communities
throughout Florida, and the
B'nai B'rith Career and Coun-
seling Services assists thousands
of young people and their parents
every year.
MAYOR CLARK has a long
record of leadership in local
government. Elected Mayor of
Metropolitan Dade County in
1970. he was reelected in 1974 He
had served for more than six
years as City Commissioner and
was Mayor of the City of Miami
for three years.
He has also served on the
executive committee of the
United States Conference of
Mayors, as director of the Florida
league of Municipalities, as a
founding member of the Florida
Conference of Mayors and as
director of the Dade County
League of Municipalities.
Mayor Clark, who is also
director of People's Downtown
Bank of Miami and American
Bankers Life Insurance Com-
pany, is past president ot Hope
School and the Catholic Welfare
Bureau. He is on the advisory
board of Variety Children's
Hospital and is an active member
of the Mental Health and
Retarded Children's Societies of
Dade County
A member of the Moose.
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Ten Days of Repentance Commence Friday
Continued from Page IB
which begin at 8 a.m. as well as
on Kosh Hashonah eve. Rabbi
Waldenberg will be assisted by
Cantor Hyman Lifshin and the
Israelite Center Temple choir.
congre-
( fui^ell will U'itu ine eun^ir-
gation in all the High Holy Day
services
Agudath Israel Hebrew
Institute, a modern Orthodox
congregation, will be conducting
n- holiday services for Kosh
Hashanah eve. Friday. Sept. 24,
at 7 p.m.. first day. Saturday.
Sept. 26, at 8 a.m.. Mussaf.
i 1:15 a.m.. afternoon services at
7 pin.: second day. Sunday.
Sept 26, at 8 a.m.. Mincha at
6:30 p.m., Tashlich services at
I t'i p.m.. Maariv. 7-45 p.m.
Gold Coast Synagogue will
offer its members holiday ser-
\ ins at the Konover Hotel
Theatre. Rabbi Aaron Shapiro
and Cantor Fred Bernstein will
lead the congregation in prayer
In'^inning at 7 p.m. on Friday.
Services will be held on Saturday
morning at 8:30 and in the
evening at 7 p.m. Services will
continue on Sunday at 9 am
Rabbi Sol Landau and Cantor
William W. Lipson will conduct
the services for the High Holy
Days at Beth David Con-
(rregation. All services will take
place in the main sanctuary. The
> erall theme for these holidays
will be entitled "Is a New Begin-
ning Really Possible?"
Services for the entire family
will begin on Friday at 7:15 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday services
will commence at 8:15 a.m. and
conclude at 12:30 p.m. Rabbi
Landau's topic on Saturday will
be The Born Again" and on
Sunday, The Map of Jewry Is
Getl m^ Narrow."
!>r Leon Kronish and Rabbi
Jolt will speak to the
topic "What Makes You Jewish"
during High Holy Day services
al Temple Beth Sholom. Cantor
David Convisor and choir will
render the musical portions at
services which will Ih> held at
6 15 p.m. and 8:45 p.m. Friday.
and al 9:15 on Saturday and
Sunday mornings.
The Theatre of the Performing
v will be the site for services
foi Temple Fmanu-KI "A New
and a New Opportunity"
i'l be Dr. Irving Lehrman's
topic on Saturday morning at 9.
1 Sunday, al the same lime.
I.ehrman will address
Facing Our Challenges."
1 antor Zvi \dler will chant the
liturgy at services which begin
Friday at 7 p.m. Auxiliary
services will be held at Temple
Emanu-EI conducted by Rabbi
Maxwell Uerger and Cantor
Bleazar Bernstein
Bet Breira will be holding
High Holy Day services at
(iusman Hall on the University
of Miami campus. On Friday
evening, there will be two ser-
vices at 6:15 and 8:30. Rabbi
Barry Tabachnikoff. spiritual
leader, will speak to the topic
"Making Family a Priority." On
Saturday at 10 a.m., Rabbi
Tabachnikoff will focus on
''wish political awareness,
possibilities and responsibilities
>s he speaks on "Political
Realities of 5737." There will be
>' children's service al 2:80 p.m.
Saturday, also at Gusman 1
to which the public is Invit" I
Sunday services will he held at
Lake Laura Clubhouse at IT am
Rabbi Dov Bidnick will be
joined on the pulpit of the Sky
Lake Synagogue by two Baalei
Tefilah Cantors Murray Frand
and Sandor Feldman will chant
the holy day liturgy while Rabbi
Bidnick will address the topic
^The Meaning of the Shofar
'Today" on Saturday. Services
begin on Friday at 7 p.m. and on
Saturday and Sunday at 7:.(()
a.m. On Sunday, Rabbi Bidnick
will preach "To Dream the Im-
possible Dream."
Temple Beth HI will hold Rosh
Hashonah services at the Holly-
wood synagogue at 6:30 and 9
p.m. Friday and Saturday at 10
a.m. There will be a children's
service at 3 p.m. Saturday af-
ternoon.
Ohev Shalom Congregation
will begin Rosh Hashonah
services at 7 p.m. on Friday and
continue on Saturday and Sun-
day mornings at 7:30. Services
will conclude at 8 p.m.
Rabbi Philip Chaiton will lead
services for Temple Tifereth
Jacob in Hialeah. Services will
begin on Friday at 8:15 p.m. The
rabbi will speak on "Life is for
the Living." On Saturday at 9
a.m., Rabbi Chaiton will address
"Testing God" and on Sunday
morning at 9. he will speak on
"To Hear or to Listen."
Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro will
speak on Saturday morning at
Temple Zion "Is an Annual
Checkup Knough?" On Saturday
evening at 7:16 a family service
lor parents and children will be
held. On Sunday morning. Sept.
26, Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro
will speak on "The Search for
Meaning."
"The Yankees are winning the
pennant things in the world
look a little better" will be the
theme of Rabbi Ralph P.
Kingsley's High Holiday
remarks at Temple Sinai of
North Dade. Rosh Hashanah
services will be observed for two
days at North Dade's Reform
congregation.
Temple Adath Yeshurun will
conduct services on Friday at 7
p.m. Saturday, and Sunday at 8
a.m. and 7 p.m. Rabbi Simcha
Freedman will officiate.
Rabbi Herbert Baumgard will
speak on "To Live or to Die" at
a family service Friday at 6:30
p.m. At the 9 p.m. service. Rabbi
Mitchell Chefitz will discuss "To
Sail a Sea of Faces." At adult
services on Saturday at 9:30
a.m. Rabbi Baumgard will talk
on "Can You Tell the Story'.'"
There will be several children's
services and a family service at
3:30 in the afternoon when
Rabbi Baumgard will address his
morning topic once again.
Rabbi Max Lipschitz. spiritual
leader of Beth Torah Con-
gregation, will hold a family
worship service on Friday
evening at 7:30 p.m. in the syna-
gogue's main sanctuary. "Don't
You Have to be Jewish to Live
Life Jewishly?" will be Rabbi
Lipschitz' topic on Saturday and
"B'nai Mars or H'nai B'rith?'on
Sunday. Services begin at 8 both
mornings. Auxiliary .outh
services will be held at the Patio
Theatre, the Beth Torah Youth
Synagogue and the school
chapel. Cantor Eliyahu
Treistman will chant the liturgy.
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Friday. September 24, 1975
Ford Nervous About
Dr. K's Mission
iackandcfso
WASHINGTON President
Ford has issued strong public
statements supporting Secretary
of State Henry Kissinger. But in
the privacy of his oval office, the
President is nervous about
Kissinger's African adventures.
Ford's adv.sers are convinced
that the President lost the Texas
primary last spring because
Kissinger was too outspoken
against the white Rhodesian
regime. Now they are worred
that Kissinger will get the
President in trouble again with
his African diplomacy.
ONE OF Kissinger's ob-
jectives is to bring the blacks to
power in Rhodesia by peaceful
means. He is also bringing
pressure on South Africa to
grant independence to its South-
west African temtorv. This
would become the new nation of
Namibia, under black rule.
This support of black aims in
Africa has upset vocal con-
servatives, who are threatening
to abandon President Ford in
November. So the President has
been watching Kissinger s
operations in Africa with in-
creasing wariness.
TAX HAVENS: Thousands of
rich Americans hide their income
in secret foreign bank accounts
They use the bank secrecy laws
of foreign governments to cheat
the Treasury out of taxes The
taxes they escape paying, of
course, must be made up by the
rest of us.
These foreign countries are
known as "tax havens." They
are located around the globe in
such places as Switzerland.
Manhattan Judge Will
Be Asked to Apologize
To Wearer of Yarmulke
Bv BEN GALLOB
NEW YORK UTAI A
spokesman for the National
Jewish Commission on Law and
Public Affairs (COLPA) said here
COL PA will request a formal
apology from a Manhattan
federal judge if an investigation
confirms a Jewish Defense
League charge that the judge
ordered a JDL spectator at an
arraignment hearing to remove
his yarmulka or leave the
courtroom.
The JDL charged "overt anti-
Semitism against Judge Henry
Werker. Southern District federal
court, on the basis of the incident
which the JDL said occurred last
week at the arraignment of
Russel Kelner. 35. former JDL
operations officer, on an 11-count
federal indictment.
KELNER AND three other
JDL members were charged on
Aug. 19 with participating in a
conspiracy which allegedly in-
cluded shooting into the Soviet
Mission to the United Nations
and into the Soviet residential
complex in the Bronx, as well as
with an alleged pipe-bombing
attempt at the Iraqi Mission to
the UN and an alleged pipe-
bombing of a Gulf Oil service
station.
The charges were contained in
a federal indictment handed up in
Manhattan shortlv after Jeffrey
Weingarten. 21. of" Brooklyn, and
Kelner. also of Brooklyn, were
arrested.
The two other JDL defendants.
Thomas Macintosh, 36. of
Woodbury. N.J.. and Steven
Ehrlich. 21, of San Francisco,
were arrested last June 8. on
Staten Island en route from New-
Jersey Macintosh has been
described by the JDL as a
convert
Kelner received a one-vear
suspended sentence last year for
making a televised threat to as-
sassinate Yasir Arafat in 1974
when the head of the Palestine
Liberation Organization visited
New York for an unprecedented
address to the UN General
Assembly
BONNIE PECHTER. JDL
coordinator, said that cash bail of
$25,000 each was posted for
Kelner and for Weingarten. She
said that as she was about to
testify on the bail. Judge Werker
demanded that a male spectator
remove his hat.
Miss Pechter identified the
yarmulke wearer as Sheldon
Fine, a JDL member, who had
come to observe the proceedings
Judge Werker said his court was
not a temple and ordered Fine to
remove his "hat."
Ralph Naden. the attorney for
Kelner, objected, declaring the
hat'' was a religious article worn
by observant Jews Miss Pechter
said that Judge Werker replied
he did not care what the head
covering was. that no one wears
a hat in my courtroom." and that
Fine must remove it or leave.
Fine left.
MISS PECHTER said Kelner
wore a yarmulke Aug. 19 and
that Judge Werker did not ob-
ject. She said Kelner had mislaid
his yarmulke and was not
wearing it during his appearance
when bail was set. She said the
fact that the press was present on
Aug. 19 but not on Aug. 20 might
have some bearing on Judge
Werker's reactions on the head-
covering matter.
She told the JTA she had
discussed the matter with an
attorney of the American Civil
Liberties L'nion who told her
there was no legal warrant for
Judge Werker's reported order to
Fine
The JDL demanded, in a news
statement, that Judge Werker be
removed immediately, and that
until he is. he be barred from
sitting on any cases involving
Jews. inasmuch as he is
definitely prejudiced regarding
Jewish matters."
A LEGAL source consulted by
the JTA said that it was virtually
certain that Judge Werker would
not be removed or suspended for
the purported order against Fine
but that he was subject to
reprimand
The JTA was told that
Orthodox Jewish attorneys and
Orthodox defendants do not
remove their skullcaps during
appearances in all tvpes of courts
and that such challenges as that
of Judge Werker never occur The
11-count indictment charged that
the defendants violated federal
laws involving conspiracy, trans-
portation of weapons and the
protection of foreign officials in
the United States
Conviction could mean prison
sentences of up to ten years on
each count.
Hong Kong. Gibraltar and the
Caribbean Islands.
Criminals use these tax
havens to deposit millions in
illicit, untaxed profits Giant
multinational corporations also
hide huge sums in secret foreign
accounts.
The bank secrecy laws in these
countries protect the tax-evading
depositors. Of course, this at-
tracts the shady money. It's
good business for the banks and
good economics for the gover-
nments.
BUT IT'S BAD economics for
the United States. Yet believe it
or not. the Internal Revenue
Service is helping to protect the
tax evaders with foreign bank
accounts.
The income tax forms used to
ask the taxpayers whether they
kept any foreign bank accounts.
If they lied about it. they risked
going to prison.
But the Internal Revenue
Service mysteriously eliminated
the question from the tax
returns last year This key
question could trip up the big-
money tax evaders
Now. however. Rep. Charles
Vanik (D Ohiol has introduced
legislation that will force
Internal Revenue to put the
question back in the tax forms.
POISON PROFITS: The En-
vironmental Protection Agency
is supposed to keep poisons out
of the air we breathe and the
water we drink Yet the agency
has refused to accept evidence
that two of the most widely used
pesticides can cause cancer
Under federal law. the EPA
must set standards on
pesticides. Preliminary testing at
the National Cancer Institute
indicates that Endrin and
Toxaphene cause cancer in rats
and mice
YET ENVIRONMENTAL
czar Russell Train refused to
accept the evidence. He even
ignored his own agency's study,
which showed that Endrin
caused cancerous tumors in rats
and produced birth defects in
hamsters.
The agency has proposed
standards that at least would
decrease the amount of Endrin
and Toxaphene released into the
environment. But the agency has
refused to police production.
Waste from the factories that
produce the pesticides, mean-
while, enters our rivers.
Why won't the EPA crack
down? It would reduce the
profits of the chemical com-
panies, which manufacture 122
million pounds of the two
dangerous pesticides every year.
FEDERAL NAG: The US
Export-Import Bank is sub-
sidizing a race horse Its name is
"Boydon Hanover." The New
York owners have sold the horse
to a stud farm in Christchurch.
New Zealand, for $135,000.
The Expoort-Import Bank is
bankrolling half of the mortgage
on the horse. This comes to
$57,375. The other half is
financed by an Australian bank.
A spokesman for the govern-
ment-supported Export-Import
Bank told my office that the
bank usually handles cattle
transactions.
But occasionally, he acknowl-
edged, the bank will finance
breeding stock sales It has a
heavy interest, he admitted, in a
horse named Boydon
Hanover."
ILLEGAL LOTTERY: The
Navy's Public Works depart-
ment has been operating an
illegal lottery for three years.
The lot ten has been conducted
during government time, on
government property Yet the
profits went into the pockets of
the Navy officials who mn it.
The Navy was unaware of the
lottery's existence until we
alerted them. The lottery has
now been closed, and Admiral
Ralph Carmahan has ordered an
investigation. A Navy
spokesman confirmed that the
lottery was a clear violation of
federal regulations.
Entebbe Victims Didn 't
Have a Kosher Mezuzah
EDITOR. The Jewish Floridian:
In the Friday. Sept. 3. issue of
The .Jewish Floridian. you carried
a half-page advertisement with a
message from the Lubavitcher
Rebbe. Rabbi Menachem Mendel
Schneerson. In it. we Jews are
warned that we need to tighten
our spiritual, as well as physical,
security measures if we are to be
safe.
In commenting on the Uganda
and Istanbul terrorist actions, we
are informed that not a single one
of the Jewish victims had a
kosher mezuzah on his doorposts
at home. Jewish law. we are
reminded, "tells us that a
mezuzah affixed to the doorpost
of a house acts as a protection for
those who live within, even when
they leave their home" (sicl.
IN OTHER words, the Rebbe
suggests to us that if we don't
have a kosher mezuzah on our
doorposts, we may well be
placing our very lives in jeopardy
as happened to those involved in
the Uganda and Istanbul
terrorist incidents
Surely, it is with the best of
intentions that Rabbi Schneerson
and his hassidim in South Florida
bring us this 'pedagogic-
message Nonetheless, this
message is morally repulsive if
not obscene It smacks of
medieval obscurantism and
represents the kind of super
stitious nonsense which local
Chabad spokesmen would have
us learn."
The implied theological
principles are terrorizing as it is
suggested that either we do as
the Rebbe says, or we may not
survive. This is the same
theological view which ascribes
the Holocaust to the failure of
Jews to observe the mitzvot.
AT THE same time, it is quite
correct to point out that this
position is an authentic classical
rabbinic point of view. Indeed,
several of the Talmudic rabbis
attributed such magical powers
to the mezuzah that for a time the
mezuzah was used as a sacred
amulet to ward off evil spirits.
(Some apparently believe that
the mezuzah still possesses such
protective powers!
In the Shulchan Aruch. the
Code of Jewish Law edited by
Joseph Caro. we are even told
that "For the erime of not ob-
serving the precept of the
mezuzah. a man's sons and
daughters will die while yet in
their infancy."
Authentic or not. this is a
theological position which is
morally reprehensible in the
extreme.
OUR
Readers
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such naivete and -elf.
righteousness Still
many in the communr. ap.
parently find the Lul ivitck
style" and attitude \er\
charming and wonder-.; that
,.>rt is generously givi their
effort-
THIS IS not the way to preach
and teach Judaism or the values
of Jewish practice and identity
One need not reject modernity
and an enlightened world view in
order to perpetuate and enrich
our Jewish lives. Being Jewish
cannot be made more attractive
or meaningful when we are
compelled to lapse into a con-
dition of medieval fear and
trembling behind ghetto walls of
superstition, ignorance and anti-
intellectualism.
What is most disturbing is
that the Lubavitcher approach
the issues of life and death with
Young children are sent to the
I.ubavitch Yeshiva to be
"properly" educated as lew?
Chabad Houses are esl : iished
with a strong conviction in the
"lifesaving" capacity
emissary who have the
and answers, so v., ;.'
"save" our children
THEY ARE pa i
mti-rested in protecting the
college-aged from beil
by secular know led g>
beliefs It is as if Chal
institution, possessed the ime
mapcal lifesaving pnvnr> -.hat
Rabbi Schneerson and his an-
tecedents ascribe to the me/u? jh.
Moses Maimonides
1204), no small rabbinn
and philosopher-theologi.:' had
occasion to comment about those
in his time who tended t>
magical powers to the me/u,\ih
He said ". these fools not
only defeat in this manner the
fulfillment of a great 1
ment which has for its en I the
remembrance of the unity oi God,
and the love of Him and worship
of Him. but turn it into an amulet
for their selfish interest .
IF THE Lubavitcher Ret be or
any of his Chabad worker* and
lay supporters are going to
"speak out on Operation I ^ inda
and the Istanbul terrorisl at
tack" with such mindless passion
and at such expense, why n >t do
it against the Arab terr rists
themselves?
Why not join the orciniwd
Jewish community in the
campaign against international
terrorism? Instead. the
Lubavitcher shamefully suggest
that it was the Jewish victims
who were somehow responsible
for their own victimization and
suffering because they didni
have kosher mezu/ahs 1 their
doorposts at home
There are far better ways to
work in behalf of Jew. ish S| ritual
and cultural life than to take half
page ads in the newspaper to
promote obscurantist ideas and
medieval fear in our community
Rabbi Stanley A Kingler
Florida Area Director
Hillel Student PLO Fails to Follow Up
VIENNA 1 JTA l The Palestine Liberation
inization has not > et followed up an earlier request to Vetl
al office in Vienna, an Austrian government spoke-man
said here. Chancellor Bruno Kreisky gave the green light son*
months ago to start serious negotiations with PLO oifici
: t ermine the status of the office
However, the unofficial PLO foreign minister, larouk
Kadoumi, had postponed two scheduled visits to Austria, the
spokesman said. "Now it sup to them to contact us, "he added


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Cantor William Lipson 14 A)
BETH DAVID SOUTH 7500 SW 120th
St Conservative Rabbi Sol Landau
Cantor William Lipson 14 B)
BETH KODESH 1101 SW 12th Ave.
Modern Traditional Rabbi Mai
Shapiro Cantor Leon Segal Rev
Mendel Gutterman. (61
South Florida's Pioneer
Reform Synagogue
137 NE 191h SI. Miami
573-5900
High Holiday Services
Miami Bch. Convention Hall South
Friday at S p.m.
Dr. Narot will discuss
"On Feeling Jewish"
Saturday at 10 a.m.
Dr. Narot will discuss
"Man vs. God"
Rabbi Brett Goldstein -
Children's Service
ISRAELITE CENTFR ]I75 SW ?5th
St Conservative Rabbi Solomon
Waldenberg. Cantor Hyman Lifshin.
(11)
OR OLOM TEMPLE. 8755 SW 16th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Sherman Kir
shner. Cantor P. Hillel Brummer.
(13).
ISRAEL SOUTH TEMPLE (lormerly
Beth Tikval 9075 Sunset Dr Reform
Rabbi Joseph R Narot ( 13 A)
SAMU EL TEMPLE 8900 SW 107th
Ave Suite 306 Conservative Rabbi
Edwin P Fa'boi (9)
ZION TEMPLE 8000 Miller Rd
Conservative Rabbi Norman N
Shapiro Cantor Ben Dickson 1161
HIALEAH
TIFERETH JACOB TEMPLF 951 E
4lh Ave Conser v.ltive 1151
NORTH MIAMI
BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION. 225
NE 121st St. Conservative Rabbi Dr.
Daniel J. Fmgerer. (35)
MIAMI BEACH
AGUDAS ACHIM NUBATH SEFARD
CONGREGATION '0' 5 th SI
Orthodox Rabbi Mordec.ii
Chaimovits 132 Bl
AGUDATH ISRAEL 7801 Carlvle Ave
OrthodO" Rabbi Sheldon N Ever
(17)
BETH EL 2400 Pine Tree Dr
Orthodox Rabbi Al. lander Gross (5)
BETH ISRAEL '70 10th St Or thodoi
R.ihhi Moid, on Shapiro (18
R( TH JACOB 301 Washington Ave
Oithodo> Rabbi Shmaryahu T
S... rsk> Cantoi Maurice Mamche.
( 191
BCTH RAPHAEL TEMPLE 1545
j.'II.'i son Ave Conservative Rabbi
Elliot Winoqrad Cantor Saul Breeh
I 201
BETH SHOLOM TEMPLE 4144 Chase
Ave Liberal Dr Leon Kronish
Cantor David Conviser (21)
RFTH SOLOMON TEMPLE 10)1
Lincoln Rd Modern Conservative
Rabbi David Raab Cantor Nathan
Parnass (71 A)
BETH TFILAH CONGREGATION 935
Euclid Ave Orthodox Rabbi I M
Tropper (22)
BETH YOSEPH CHAIM
CONGREGATION 848 Meridian Ave
Orthodox Rabbi Dow Rozencwaig
(22 A)
B NAI ZION TEMPLE. 200 178th St
Orthodox Rabbi Dr, Abraham I.
Jacobson (22 B)
TEMPLE EMANU EL ^~
1701 Washington Avenue
538 2503
Conservative
DR IRVINGLEHRMAN
CANTOR ZVIADLER
High Holv Day Services
Theatre of the Performing Arts
Friday at 7 p.m.
Saturday at 9 a.m.
Dr. Lehrman will discuss
"A New Year and
A New Opportunity"
Sunday at 9 a.m. Dr. Lehrman will
discuss "Facing Our Challenges"
Auxiliary services main sanctuary
at Temple Emanu El
Conducted by Rabbi Maxwell Berger
and Cantor Eleazar Bernstein
CHABAD HOUSE. 1401 Alton Rd.
Orthodox Rabbi Joseph Biston (66)
CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION
1242 Washington Ave Orthodox
Rabbi Dow Rozencwaig ( 23)
CUBAN SEPHARDIC HEBREW
CONGREGATION 715 Washington
Ave. Orthodox Rabbi Meir Mashah
Melamed. (23 A)
ETZ CHAIM CONGREGATION. 1544
Washington Ave. Orthodox Rabbi
TsviG. Schur.(32)
HEBREW ACADEMY 2400 Pine Tree
Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S
Gross. (25)
BETH TOV TEMPLE 6438 SW 8th SI
Conservative Rabbi Charles Rubel
Cantor William Golembe (8)
B'NAI ISRAEL AND GREATER
MIAMI YOUTH SYNAGOGUE. 7600
SW 123rd Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Ralph
Glixman. (8 A)
B NAI RAPHAEL CONGREGATION
1401 NW 183rd St Conservative
Rabbi Victor D Zwelling Cantor
Jack Lerner. (36)
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF
GREATER MIAMI bhb
GOLD COAST SYNAGOGUE
5445 Collins Avenue
Miami Beach
Conservative
864 4353
Rosh Hashonah Services
Konover Hotel Theatre
Friday at 7 p.m.
Saturday at 8:30 a.m. & 7 p.m.
Sunday at 9 a.m.
Kosher Holiday Meals Available
Rabbi Aaron Shapiro
Cantor Fred Bernstein
JACOB C COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE 1532 Washington Ave
Orthodox. Dr Tibor H Stern Cantor
Meyer Engel. (26)
KNESETH ISRAEL 1475 Euclid Ave
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield
Cantor Abraham Self. (27)
LUBAVITCH CONGREGATION 1120
Collins Ave Orthodox Rabbi
Abraham Korf (67)
MENORAH TEMPLE 620 75th St
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer
Abramowiti Cantor Nico Feldman
(28)
NER TAMID TEMPLE 80th St. and
Tatum Waterway. Conservative. Dr.
Eugene Laboviti Cantor Edward
Klein (29)
NORTH BAY VILLAGE JEWISH
CENTER 7800 Hispanola Ave
Conservative Rabbi Marvin Rose
Cantor Murray Yavneh (32 A)
OHEV SHALOM 7055 Bonita
Orthodox Rabbi Phmeas
Weber man (80)
Dr
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SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER 645
Collins Ave Orthodox Rabbi Sadl
Nahmias (3D
NORTHMIAMI BEACH
ADATH YESHURUN TEMPLE 1025
NE Miami Gardens Dr Conservative
Rabbi Simcha Freedman Cantor Ian
Alpern (33)
AGUDATH ACHIM 3rd Ave. Hebrew
Religious Community Center 19255
NE 3rd Ave Orthodox Rabbi Jacob I
Nrshck (33 A)_______
BETH TORAH CONGREGATION.
1051 Interama Blvd. Conservative.
Dr. Max A. Lipschitz. (34)
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER 571
NE 171st St Conservative Rabbi Nesim
Gambach
SINAI TEMPLE OF NORTH OADE
18801 NE 7 2nd Ave Relorm R.lbbl
Ralph P Kmqsley Cantoi Irvinq
Shulkes (37i
SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE 18151 NE
19th Avi Orthodox Rabbi Dov
Ridmck (38)
YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER
M.AMI 990 NE I7lst St Orthodox
R.ibbi Zev Lell (39)
CORALGABLES
HILLEL JEWISH STUDENT CEN
TER, COLLEGE STUDENT
SYNAGOGUE. University of Miami.
1100 Miltur Drive. Traditional and
Libera' Si vices. Rabbi Sanford H
Shudr v. .
JUDEA '."MPLE. 5500 Granada Blvd.
Reform abbi Michael B. Eisenstat.
Cantor Rila Shore. (40)
ZAMORA TEMPLE. 44 Zamora Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Marvin Tokayer.
Cantor Jack Rubin. (41)
SURFSIDE
MOGAN DAVID CONGREGATION
9j48 Harding Ave Orthodox Rabbi
Isaac D Vine (50)
HOMESTEAD
HOMESTEAD JEWISH CENTER 183
ne 8th st Conservative Rabbi Paul
II. nil. i 51 I
HOLLYWOOD
BETH AHM TEMPLE. 310 SW 62nd
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi David
Rosenfield (47 B)
BETH EL TEMPLE. 1351 S. 14th Ave
Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jaffe.
Assistant Rabbi Jonathan Woll. (45)
BETH SHALOM TEMPLE 4601
Arthur St Conservative Rabbi
Morto:i Malavsky Cantor Irvinq
Gold
SINAI TEMPLE 1201 Johnston SI
Conservative Rabbi D.uid Shapiro
Associate Rabbi Chaim S Listfield
(65)
SOLEL TEMPLE 5100 Sheridan St
Liberal Rabbi Robert Fiann. (47 C)
PLANTATION
PLANTATION JEWISH CONGRE
GATION 400 S Nob Hill Rd Liberal
Relorm Rabbi Sheldon J Harr (64)
RECONSTRUCTIONIST SYNA
GOGUE 7473 NW 4th St (69)
MIRAMAR
ISRAEL TEMPLE 6920 SW 35th St
Conservative. Rabbi Avrom Drazin
Cantor Abraham Kester. (48)
DEERFIELD BEACH
JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER
BETH ISRAEL SYNAGOGUE
Century Village East Conservative
Rabbi David Bennt (62)
MARGATE
BETH HILLELCONGREGATION 7640
Mai gate Blvd Conservative Cantor
Charles Perlman
SHOLOM TEMPLE 132 SE 11 th Ave
Conservative Rabbi Morris A Skop
Cantor Yaacov Renzer. (49)
CORAL SPRINGS
BETH OR TEMPLE. 3721 NW 100th
Awe. Reform. Rabbi Max Weitz. (44)
HALLANDALE
HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTER
H6 NE 8fh Ave Conservative Rabbi
Harry E Schwartz Cantor Jacob
Danziger (12)
PEMBROKE PINES
TEMPLE IN THE PINES 9139 Taft
Street Conservative Rabbi Sidney I
Lubin (63)
FORT LAUDERDALE
BETH ISRAEL TEMPLE 7:00 W
Oakland Park Blvd Conservative
Rabbi Philip A Labowitz Cantor
Maurice Neu (42)
EMANU EL TEMPLE 3245 W
Oakland Park Blvd Reform Rabbi
Joel S Goor Cantor Jerome Klement
(431
TAMARAC JEWISH CENTER 9106
NW 57th St Conservative Rabbi
Israel Zimmerman (44 A)
YOUNG ISRAEL OF.
HOI L YWOOD
4171 Stirlmq Road
Oaks Condominium
'91 2700
Rabbi Moshe E. Bomzer
Rosh Hashonah Services
Friday at 6:55 p.m.
Saturday at 8 a.m.
Rabbi Bomzer will discuss:
"Prayer as a
Psychological Process"
Sunday af 8 a.m. -
Rabbi Bomzer will discuss:
"God Waits for Me"
M.inbi i ni the R.ibinnic.il Association
'it Gi 'Mti r Miami
RABBINICAL ASSOCIATION
OF GREATER MIAMI
Itim Rlnrayne Blvd.. Miami. Kin. MIST.
576 1000. Hiiiiiu Holomon Srhlrf.
?- genitive \ Ice I'reiident.
UNION OF AMERICAN HEBREW
CONGREGATIONS
IIM K. HiiKler si., Miami, Hh nisi
1,'iiv.l KhIiIiI Natlflird Sha|iem.
Director.
UNITED SYNAGOGUE OF AMERICA
Mm NE IH.'ird St.. North Miami Hem h.
Kin 33182.947 H"!M.
Kalihl Seymour l rledimui,
r xe< utlse Dlr.'i lor
T.V. Programs j
Sunday. Sept 26 ;
"Jewish Worship Hour" :
WPLG-TV Ch. HI 9:30 a.m.:
Note: There will he no "Jewish;
Worship Hour" on Sunday.:
Sept. 26. because of the Kosh:
Hashanah holiday.
"Still. Smnll Voice" :
WCKT-TV Ch. 710 a.m. :
A film: "Choose Life"
Starring the late
Gretior Platigoraky, :
Cellist :
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Friday, September 24
Herzog WillBe Center of UNations Attention
A lion In te view 3-A
By YITZHAK RABI
UNITED NATIONS -
,jTA> With the Arab
countries torn and divided
more than ever before.
Israel is nonetheless
certain to be a target of a
major offensive by the
Arabs and their allies at
the 31st General Assembly
which convenes this week.
In fact, the all-out Arab
diplomatic war at the
world organization against
Israel and the Jewish
people has barely subsided
since they succeeded in last
year's Assembly to adopt
the infamous resolution
equating Zionism with
racism.
IN THE opinion of diplomats
and observers at the UN, the
division among the Arabs,
mainly as a result of the civil
war in Lebanon, will increase
their bitter attacks against the
Jewish State, with each Arab
country trying to outdo the
others by showing their
militancy against the Zionists
and their undaunted struggle on
behalf of the Palestinians
During the past year the
Security Council met nine times
on the Middle East, an un-
precedented n the
UN.
Thm the meetings
: the
UN
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THE \ MIA 'RE I Arab
- eel as

last S
deal:- rescue
oper.= bbe Airport in
Ugar debate booroer-
anged a*r. y ex-
. p criej regi -
international terrorism and at
the tame tine served as a major
diplomatic and propaganda
victory for Israel.
The African-sponsored reso-
lution, which asked for the con-
demnation of Israels action.
eouH no: even mnstaf the Bine
affirmative votes required for
adoption
A U S veto on behalf of Israel
was. as a consequence, not even
necessary The Council, to the
embarrassment of the Africans
and the Arabs, left the debate in
urn bo.
THE ASSEMBLY .j ap-
parent !> _- ing to be dominated
agair. bj Arab ar.d C
tirades against Israel and
vilifies:.. against the Jesrieh
Stai
The :' the Palestinians
and :r. Slideast top
session s agenda. Israel w_;
agar-. -sed of mistreat^g
the Aral population in the
administered territories and the
of Zionism will be brought
up repeatedly during the three-
month session.
Chaim Herzog. Israels
Ambassador to the UN, in a
special interview on the eve of
the opening of the Assembly,
assessed the trends and develop-
ments at :Se world body and the
prospects for Israel at the
Assembly What follows are
questions posed to him by the
JTA and his answers.
Q. What are the prospects for
Israel in this Assembly session"
A. It is quite clear that Israel
will not be far from the center of
attention in the General
Assembly It is sort of escapism
on the part of most of the
countries, an attempt to avoid
the issues by focusing the attack
on a small Jewish nation
because it is small and Jewish.
The paranoic obsession of the
General Assembly with Israel is
another step downward of the
United Nations.
Q Will Zionism be attacked
again during the Assembly?
A. The issue of Zionism will
come up again this year It has
been reconfirmed in Colombo (at
the recent conference of the non-
aligned countries' However, our
struggle in the past year against
it has been successful The
mention of Zionism or the anti-
Zionist resolution has been
eliminated from all resolute
the past year The reason is that
the African countries are
of : that the Arab
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and I

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pres-
DO
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year'
A. There was little enthlU
in the meeting of the
nrft** of African Unity
1 in July 1 and in Colombo on this
of suspending Israel from
-.he General Assembly It is
evident to them tthe Arabs and
the Africans 1 that such a move
will entail a strong American
reaction and wul create a
precedent that will hasten the
dissolution of the United
Nations. However, there is
always the possibility that the
tunatic fringe. Libya for in-
stance, will press for it.
Q. Ir. view of the disengage-
ment agreement between Israel
and Egypt, is Egypt going to
take a more moderate stand
against Israel at the UN
A. All indications are that the
cageraen* agreemer.:
However
-as Deer. extremely
U remarks, includir.,
statement in Colombo,
maybe, ia the function of inter-
Arab rivalry, but it's nonetheless
disturbing, since the public
statements of .Arab leaders
mbtjr reflect their true
policy I Think it's important to
draw attention to the fact that
Egypt is trving to play a double
game with Israel and the United
States On one hand asking for
massive aid from the U.S.. and
on the other hand sponsoring a
resolution, as they did in the last
General Assembly, condemning
U S imperialism because of
American presence in Guam, the
Virgin Islands and Samoa.
Q. The displeasure of the
Arabs over U.S. vetoes of anti-
Israeli resolutions at the
Securitv Council is well known
Some Arab countries even
suggested a change in the UN
Charter to avoid the veto power
of the permanent members of the
Security Council. Is this likely to
happen0
A. No The United States, the
Soviet Union and China have a
common interest in this respect
and therefore no change will take
place They are interested in
remaining superpowers and one
of the ways in which this
receives expression is their
abilitv to apply the veto They
are not likely to give up this
privilege
The American willingness to
use the veto has strengthened
the IS posture and prestige m
the United Nations and brought
the US. again as a major figure
be world organization. The
ma tor issue in the Mideast now
i Israel, but rather the Arab
I I -
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of the 20-member Committee on
Palestinian Rights, a report
which calls in effect for the dis-
memberment of Israel. The
report will be adopted by the
General Assembly but we will
have to fight to mobilize world
opinion against it. The fact that
the PLO was directly involved in
formulating the report and the
same FLO is today on the
decline mav be felt in the debate
at the Assembly We have been
and will continue to emphasize
the irrelevance of the PLO in the
Israel-Arab conflict
Q. How do you assess Israel's
struggle at the UN in the past
year'
A. Quite good. I can feel
alreadv a backlash, a revulsion
against the extreme Arab
tactics As usual, they have gone
too far Since the opening of last
vear "s General Assembly and to
date, the Security Council has
met nine times on the Mideast
(including three meetings to
extend UN forces mandate in
the area' At least six times
there was an attempt to con-
demn Israel We have succeeded
ir. fighting back, and having
regard to the composition of the
l\ us one-sidedness and bias
we have not fared too badly
On a number of occasions we
were very considerably aided by
the United States Analysis of
the debates shows that our stand
by public opinion and

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ternationa) terrorism''
A. The West German goVer. I
ment. following Israel's action a
Entebbe, introduced a resolutk.
calling for the adopt
of an international convene,I
outlawing the uking A
hostages. A stroru; and bitter I
debate on the subject is expected I
at the Assembly Bui it onK.I
goes to show that our action u|
Entebbe is forcing the world
organization to dea! with tU
problem of -ationt]|
terrorism.
Q. What is the roll of world I
Jewry in combating the anti|
Jewish anti-Israeli for
A. It is to be hoped that tU
Jewish people will indicate t
advance their interest in tr*l
proceedings at the UN Maori
countries will be influenced by |
the degree to which '.hey coq-I
sider the Jewish people are I
exercised by the proceedingsI
the UN. I am convir. ced thatdl
Yugoslavia or Cuba, fal
example, feel that the Jewish]
people will react ven -trongtjl
against their antw' nut ohm
burst, they will change thai
tune Thus, for exa-nple. our
attacks on Libya as the center of
world terror have brought Libya |
to disclaim publicly erronsal
and hijacking and ."-ated 1]
situation whereby th- -;iacio I
of the KLM plane u Cvpr|
1 Sept. 5i had nowhere ti go
I am sure that Jewish coe-l
centration on cour.'-:es it I
Brazil and others wr haveI
been hostile to us, an brinj|
about a change
be made to real:." |
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Friday, September 24, 1976
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Nine NC JW Divisions
Set Oct. 6 Meetings
The nine active divisions of
|th. National Council of Jewish
nVomeil, Greater Miami Section,
(which cover the area from North
(Miami Beach to South Dade are
holding the first meetings of the
j-.iw club year Wednesday, Oct.
Programs cover the gamut
rom politics, to Soviet Jewry to
music.
Bay Harbor Division will
Ifeature Judy Gilbert. NCJW
Section president, as guest
speaker. The luncheon meeting is
listed to start at 11:80 a.m. at
l,he Washington Federal
Auditorium, 1132 Kane Con-
course.
Libby Eisen and Maxim-
Jacobs are in charge of reser-
vations; musical entertainment
till l>e offered by Vivian Lloyd,
finger-comedienne, accompanied
|>\ Frankie Don. F'rieda Levine is
Ji\ ision president.
Shores Division is holding a
[Political Forum" at Valle's
staurant. Admission will be
i\ reservation and will begin at
|(< IS a.m. Cindy Goldman is in
|harge of reservations: arrange-
ments chairman is Barbara
baum. (ilenda Rota is
lr- -ulent.
Coral Division will hold a
i membership meeting
I rig at 12*30 p.m. in
r.nning Room C of the Texaco
II 2121 Ponoe de Leon Blvd.
t linment will include a
\ Now and Then," and a
Our Exceptional Chil-
i Silvia Oberetein is
I president.
Indian Islands Division will
kir a talk by Rabbi Solomon
I guesl lecturer for the
|parlmenl of religion ai the
rsitj ot Miami. The
henn is sel for noon at the
lidav Inn. 2201 Collins Ave.
|i Gross and Fanny Cohen
i charge ol resen ations,
; lie Representative Elaine
.. Former NCJW Miami
president, will speak on
/en's Role in Polii ics" at
p.m meeting ol Kej
lyne Division at the Cape
lii \ illas Club House. 360
u l)r Program chairman
Podoll.
II ikes Division meeting is
tor noon at the
. ton Federal, 699 NE 167
I he program w ill feature
i Iraff, who w ill present
' i/at ion of a current
iv play Hostesses for
tl noun are Sophie Thaw.
Levine, Adah
cltiner, Evelyn Wolf,
Ma Wescourt, Belle
}n gold, Leah Schlesinger and
>rothy SilvergU-id Kate Bick-
in is division president.
|Nancj Goldstein. NCJW
let ion vice president of Com-
Itinitv Services, will be guest
1 aker at the Lincoln Division
in meeting in the Delano
Dtel, Miami Beach. Marie
la ban and her accompanist,
[ialeah Auxiliary
>n tin ues Service
I'he ladies of the Hialeah
fish War Veterans Auxiliary
have been active throughout
-ummer months.
regular monthly birthday
fty was held at the Sunland
labilitation Center for their
adopted cottages. Par-
Ipating in activities for the
tanization this summer were
in McCullers. president;
lye Gross, historian; Eve
ioung, chaplain; Ella Klein,
ductress; Pauline Golden-
[g, junior vice president and
sne Smartez.
The next meeting of the
lleah auxiliary will be on
"day. Oct. 10. at 9 a.m. at
iple Tifereth Jacob, 951 E.
Ave.. Hialeah.
Tony Lopez, will offer a Bi-
centennial musical program.
Division president is Sylvia
Krasnow.
Ocean View Division is
holding its opening luncheon at
noon in the Corinthian Coffee
Shop on Miami Beach. Dr.
Rachel Abramowitz has chosen
for her topic "Soviet Jewry
Today Problems and
Directions." Jeannette Bash and
Lillian Gordon are in charge of
arrangements.
Glenn Kinker. Uh. 10 news-
caster, will be guest speaker at
the South Dade Division brunch
scheduled to start at 9:30 a.m.
Admission will be by paid
reservations onlv at Grandma's
Receipts, 12502 N. Kendall Dr.
Phyllis Sandow and Judy Jacobs
are in charge of reservations.
Jane Dokart is president of the
group.
I-ocally. Greater Miami
Section. NCJW supports many
programs including a Child Care
Center. Foster Group Homes.
Rescue and Migration Service.
Scholarships and Tapes for the
Blind.
Talmudic College
Banauet Set
Plans for the Sept. 29 annual
Founders Banquet were made at
the recent breakfast meeting
held by the Talmudic College of
Florida.
Appointed to the dinner com-
mittee planning th** event, which
will be held at the Crown Hotel,
were Abbey Berkowitz. Irwin
Bloch, Emanuel Edelstein. Mel
Pelt, Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin
Glueck. Michael Lefkowitz.
Ixuiis Jonas, Dr. David
Krayanek. Abraham Kuber.
Michael Lefkowitz, Edward
Reichman, Daniel Retter, Steven
D. Robinson. Rabbi Tzvi Schur.
Louis Schwartz. Ben Stern, and
Rabbi Tibor Stern. Edward
Reichman is chairman of the
Planning Committee.
This year, the Talmudic Col-
lege expects a record crowd to
help celebrate the founders of
this evergrowing Rabbinical
College.
Hebrew Home's Supporters Pledge
To Meet Continuing Challenge
"Supporters of the Miami
Beach Hebrew Home for the
Aged have again pledged to
meet the challenge of the times
and are continuing to meet the
needs of residents," according to
Leonard Zilbert. the home's
president. "Our aim for the
home." he continues, "is not an
impossible dream.' "
And executive vice president
Sidney Siegel declares. "With
the help of our past presidents,
officers, board of directors.
Ladies Auxiliary and my capable
staff, we will share the challenge
of our times and fulfill present
and future needs as we have past
needs."
The home provides care and
comfort for 178 elderly men and
women residents, diminishing
loneliness and pain.
"We are living in a troubled
Hebrew Academy Women See Movie, Hear Gross
to Observe."
Hostesses
At the Hebrew Academy
Women's monthly luncheon
meeting this week in the
Women's Auditorium of the
Merwitzer Building, the program
included the movie "Israel: The
Right to Be," and Rabbi
Alexander S. Gross speaking on
Kosh Hashonah The Right
for the luncheon
were Mrs. Leonard Adler, Mrs.
Rose Bienenfeld, Mrs. Adolph
Blank. Mrs. Carl Brandes, Mrs.
Jay Dermer. Mrs. Rose Genet.
Mrs. Fannie Gulden, Mrs. Oscar
Hecker. Mrs. Rachel Katz Laufer
and Mrs. Dora Zulver.
LEONARD ZILBERT
world." Zilbert observed, "but
our home has brought peace and
the opportunity to live with
dignity and will continue to do
so."
He also noted that, those who
are sincerely interested in the
problems of the aged can do
something to help and that
"uppermost are hopes to expand
the home's facilities so that room
can be provided for more of the
community's elderly."
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To All Our Friends
A Happy and Healthy New Year
ALIZA BRENNER
TRAVEL SERVICE
605 Lincoln Road 531-5865
U-Paint-It Auto
Body Shop, Inc.
1841 E. 11 Ave.. Hialeah Ph. 883-1076
Collision Experts
Happy and Healthy New Year
Lucio's
Italian Restaurant
3104 Coral Way
Ph: 448-9163 448-3121
Happy and Healthy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. David Schwanenfeld
and Family
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Happy New Year
ValentVs
House of Beauty
7314 Cellins Ave.. Miami Beach
Phone for Appointment 868-1110
Happy and Healthy New Year___
Gil Capa's Bistro
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A V'erv Happv New Year
920-71st Street 868-7870
John's Restaurant and Ice Cream Parlor
Extends To Th? Entire Jewish Community
A Very .'^pv New Year
249 Miracle Mile 443-5756
The Flame
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happv New Year
11415 South Dixie Highway 235-2424
Sneaker Circus
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very- Happy New Year
14701 West Dixie Highway 947-3167
Flame Steak House
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy New Year
216 Lincoln Road 532-3392
Forum
Cafeterias Inc.
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happv New Year
7443 Dadeland Mall 665-1173
Carillon Hotel
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy New Year
6801 Collins Avenue 865-7561
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Friday, September 24,
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HELENE AND A. B. WIENER
Spec's Music
With Stores from
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Happy and Healthy New Year
A Happy New Year to the Jewish Community
Gerald and Felice P.
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Albion Hotel
Under New Ownership
Management: Molly B. Stein
1650 James Ave., Miami Beach
534-2901
Happy New Year To All
Henri's
Gourmet Dining
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happv New Year
5445 Collins Avenue 865-1500
Hot Diggity Dog
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy New Year
1540 South Dixie Highway 661-9294
Imperial Gardens
Restaurant
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happv New Year
8727 South Dixie Highwav 666-6111
Gino's Pizzeria
and Restaurant
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy New Year
2830 Collins Avenue 532-9670
Grove Sandwich
and Deli
Extends To The Entire Jewish Communitv
A Very Happy New Year
3415 Main Highway 444-4168
Hendrich's Restaurant
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy New Year
2900 Ponce de Leon Blvd. 448-6077
Grandma's Receiptsjnc.
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happv New Year
12505 North Kendall Dr. 595-1339
Harry's
Sandwich Shop
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy New Year
1672-B Miami Gardens Drive 940-0435
MRS. R. W. APTE
Wishes All Her Friends
A Happy New Year
Dr. and Mrs. Jack Fa Ik
and Family
Wish Their Friends a Happy New Year
Robert and Dale Flam
and Family
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Friedman
and Family
With Their Relatives and Friends
A Happy New Year
Arthur & Rosalie Hirschberg
and Daughters
Jane Ellen. Penny Sue, Amy Lou.
and Nancy Ann
Happy New Year To All. .
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Kronowitz
and Family
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Lefcourt
and Family
Wish Their Friends a Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene M. Lipman
and Family
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Markow
and Family
Wish Their Friends a Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin (Frankie) Miller
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Newmark
and Family
Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Saef
and Family
Extend To The Entire Jewish Community
\ Very Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Schecter
and Family
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Happy New Year
Mr. Philip Schuman
Wishes His Friends
A Happy. Healthy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Simon
and Family
Wish All Their Friends a Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Zallea
and Family
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Happy New Year


Friday. September 24, 1976
'Jmlsifhrk/iar
Page 19-B
Barbara Snyder
Resumes Post
With Hadassah
Pvora Friedman, Youth
ytivities chairman of the
Florida Hadassah Zionist Youth
[onimission. has announced the
eturn of Barbara Snyder as
Regional director of
lashachar Young Judaea, a
jadassah-sponsored American
{ionist Youth Movement whose
nembers are 9 through 18 years
lid
Ma Snyder's duties include
dministering, supervising and
pveloping the activities of some
Young Judaea clubs through-
ut the Florida Region. She sets
p regional conventions and
one-laves for the different age
Lvcls into which the groups are
bvided and is also responsible for
eveloping Zionist programming
pr the Young Judaea clubs.
She will be field-tripping to all
ie clubs and will advise and
tsist youngsters who wish to
krticipate in any of Young
(ldaea's programs in Florida and
I Israel
I Ms Snyder. who is from Fort
auckrdale, received her
fcchi'lor of Arts degree and took
[ post graduate course in peda-
pgv at Tel Aviv University. She
trnrd her Master's degree in
luraiion at the University of
orida at Gainesville. She has
lught Hebrew in synagogue
Ihonl.s as well as on the college
mpus, and English in high
Ihi'cN m Israel. Her work ex-
Irience includes camp coun-
ting and social work with
fderprivileged children's
Oups
Additional information about
li croups is available at the
Ira! Hadassah Chapter office.
li .-. pch All
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MIAMI BEACH
Phone 538-7881
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Friday, September 24
$3.47 Billion In Bond Sales
Reported By Leonard Luria
business leaders as well as heads
of labor union.- in a two pronged
campaign for wider response to
Bond campaign in the
immunity
K
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chief responsibi]-
Israel Bond-
Jewish conanumtj
entire Jewish ; <
Returning to Miami from he
International Fall Leaders-iip
Conference of Israel Bonds held
last week in Los Angeles,
Leonard Luna, chairman of the
South Florida Israel Bonds
Advisory Committee, reported
that the Israel Bond Or-
ganization has produced a total
of $3.47 billion for Israel's
economic development since the
blishment of
anization in 19">.
l.uria. along with Rabbi Leon
lish National Car-:' -
chairman, and Milton M
Parson. South Florida Israel
Bonds Executive Director,
headed the South Florida
delegation to the conference.
They noted that Michael Arnon,
worldwide head of the Israel
'YOU CAN LEARN
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Fort Lauderdole
Classes October 17

Miami Classes October 11
DIRECTOR
THE SCHOOL FOR INTERIOR
9719 N.E 2Ave
Miami Shores "'
757-5717
DECORATION & DESIGN, INC.
5070 N Dixie Hwy
"62 Ft. lauderdale
771-5717

an -i>
im the
sale ol Israel Boi b inks,
pension funds, labor unions.
insurance companies and C0H1
munal institutions
Luria said more than 1,000
Jewish leaders from the United
States and Canada participated
in the 1976 lnternation.il Fall
Leadership Conference in Los
Angeles The three-day parley
launched an intensive drive lor
the maximum sale of Israel
Bonds during the last four
months of the year, which
traditionally has been the Bond
campaign's most productive
period.
Referring to the increased in-
volvement of the business and
financial world in the Israel
Bond program. Luria said the
organization was encouraged by
the growing support the cam-
paign is receiving throughout
North America in spite of the
intensive Arab boycott against
Israel and those who do business
with her.
Milton M. Parson asserted
that the conference initiated a
nationwide program to enlist the
active cooperation of key
National Hebrew
Israeli Gift Center inc.
949 Washington Ave., Miami Beach 532-2210
fa ESROGIM and LULAVIM ^
^ From Israel V
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A Very Happy and Healthy New Year To All
Extends to the entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy New Year
DON CARTER KENDALELANES
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Telephone: 279-6160
Adele Seull
faski:
Paul and Ruth Faske
invite
all their friends
to vote for
ADELE SEGALL FASKE
for
Circuit Court Judge
Group H Lever I .">- \
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for Circuit Judge, Group 8
Endorsed By:
The Miami Herald
The Miami News
Florida Senior Citizens News
American Federation of Senior Citizens-N. Dade Chapter
Dade County Women's Political Caucus
Tenants' Association of Florida
Daniel Nadel, Prssident Brandeis Lodge B'nai B'rith
Edith Silverman, Assoc. Chairman, Hadassah
Ida Shiffer, Sunshine Chairman, B'nai B'rith
Samuel H. Goldstein, President, Tiddish Cultural Circle
Rose Fox, Vice President, Womens American 0RT
Fanny Koren, Immediate Past President, Womens
American 0RT
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Friday, September 24, 1976
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Page 21-B
Rose Light Named Florida Rep.
Of Women's League for Israel
Rose G. Light has been named
Florida representative of the
Women's League for Israel. Mrs.
in will be in charge of
nizational development
ihmughout Florida and will serve
is a liaison with the League's
..,ii ional headquarters
\ resident of the Miami area
lor 35 years, she has considerable
experience in writing, editing and
public relations. For the past
three years, she has been public
relations director of the Miami
Board of Realtors.
Mrs. Light, who has served on
many South Florida civic and
charity projects, recently
eived a citation for her work
with the Volunteers in Parole and
Probation.
I he Women's League for Israel
a nonprofit nonpolitical
(organization whose members are
Idevoted to improving the social,
lie and educational welfare
lot Israel's youth through
sidential homes, effective
I ocational training and
| ilitation, guidance and
i nt, and Hebrew in-
.'ii for those who have just
I d in Israel The League,
I .i in I 928 also maintains
I aving Workshop for the
I: is oungmen
1 men gain economic and
dependence.
six Florida chapters
: the Women's League for
srael: Aventurn. Rose (Mrs.
Frank! Koch, chairman; Florida
' rowers), Mrs. Delia
chairman; Lincoln Roney
Miami Beach, Rose Hochstim,
Mae Fried. Lillian Kronheim,
Ihairmen; Margate, Celia (Mrs.
deduced Rates For
Meals at Hillel
The Hillel Community Day
hool will provide free or
uced-price meals for students
nable to pay the full price of
eato in the National School
unch Program.
According to the principal.
abbi Albert Mayerfeld, "There
no separate charge for meals at
he Hillel Community Day
chool, All children are served
he same meals, regardless of
niily income or scholarship
-ist a nee granted.
Eligibility for free or reduced-
rice meals is determined by the
lorida Income Scale and such
dditional criteria as unusually
gh medical expenses, shelter
osts in excess of 30 percent of
come, special education ex-
imses because of a child's
cental or physical condition, and
faster or casualty losses.
APPLICATION FORMS are
mg sent to all parents with a
etter Additional copies sre
Availableat the school office. Tlu
ifnrmation provided on the
Application is confidential and
"Jill be used only to determine
legibility. Applications may be
jhmitted at any time during the
Tear
Foster children are sometimes
90 eligible for these benefits. A
Bter family that wishes to apply
r such meals for the child
ould contact the school.
If a family member becomes
"employed or family size
anges. the family should
ntact the school to file a new
Pplication. Such changes may
ake the children eligible for
luced-price meals or for such
ditional benefits as free meals,
the family income falls at or
*low the levels already
Bcribed.
In the operation of child-
feding programs, no child will be
Iseriminated against because of
*ce. sex, color or national origin.
The school has a copy of the
ttmplete policy, which may be
?viewed by any interested party.
ROSE LIGHT
Shim! Engelmeyer, chairman;
Shalom i Hallandalel. Henrietta
(Mrs. Harry) Mindich. chairman:
Woodlands l Tamarac. Lauder-
hill), Muriel |Mrs. Milton)
Lunden. chairman.
Sound of Books Series
Gets Underway Nov. 2
Rabbi Joseph Narot will
review Betty Friedan's "It
Changed My Life'' when the
annual "Sound of Books'' series
gets under wav at Temple Israel
Nov. 2.
The series of five book reviews
sponsored by Temple Israel
Sisterhood is open to the public.
Dates for the reviews include
Dec. 14. Jan. 11. Feb. 1 and
March 1.
For information or ticket
purchases, contact Rosalie
Weckstein or the temple office.
Abrams Announces
Two Appointments
Mike Abrams, Chairman of
the Dade County Democratic
Party, has announced the ap-
pointment of Metro Mayor Steve
Clark and former Speaker of the
Florida House Dick Pettigrew as
honorary cochairmen of the 1976
Dade County Democratic
Campaign.
The headquarters is one of
seven being staffed by
Democratic Party workers and
volunteers for a massive effort in
I lade County to elect Democrats
in local, state and federal offices
m November, Abrams said.
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Happy and Prosperous New Year to All
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and Children. Wendie Michelle and Jeff-, v Alan
Kxtend Best Wishes For A
Happy and Prosperous New Year To All
Ar%'\ cncePtion fthe new Beth Torah Social Hall and Sanctuary. construction of which is
scheduled to begin in \ovember. The new facility is expected to be completed prior to the 1977
High Holidays. r r
Beth Torah Completes Plans For
New Social Hall, Sanctuary
And Children
Edward Warren. Henry Neal. Carolvn Sue
and Andy David extend best wish* for a
Happy and Prosperous New Year o All
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and son Adam Scott
Kxtend Best Wishes For A
Happy and Prosperous New Year To All
Mh. and ^Uts. ^Umfc Qteenfie&i
Kxtend Best Wishes For a
Happy and Prosperous New Year To All
Beth Torah Congregation of
North Miami Beach has an-
nounced completion of final
plans for the construction of a
new Social Hall and Sanctuary.
"Construction is expected to
begin the beginning of
November with completion
projected for the High Holidays
in 1977.' Sy Rosen. Building
Committee chairman and im-
mediate past president, stated.
A rendering of the additions
and renovations to Beth Torah
Synagogue has been drawn up
by architect Don Reiff of Reiff-
Fellman and Associates. The re-
modeling of the present Sanc-
tuary will add 500 permanent
seats: the new social hall, which
can be used as the synagogue for
the High Holidays." will seat an
additional 900 worshippers for
the auxiliary services.
The new ballroom will also be
used for lectures, dramatic per-
formances and large meetings.
The new building will include
separate meat and dairy kosher
kitchens, a new Daily Chapel,
catering offices, storage rooms
and Patio Lanai for outside
receptions.
Henry End and Associates.
Interior Designers of Miami and
London, have been engaged to
plan and design the interior of
the new Sanctuary and Social
Hall. Mr. Rosen reported
Fund-raising campaign chair-
man is Richard Sneider
Members of the Building Com-
mittee include Rochelle Baltuch.
George Edelson. Milton Hor-
nstein. Ben Karp. Hy Katz. Al
Kaufman. Gerald Leebow. Dave
Misonznick. Alan Olkin, Arlene
Siesser. Richard Sneider. Milton
Swersky. Leonard Vova, Judge
Arthur Winton and Ruben
Unger.
"I have waited 16 years since
the present synagogue was built
for the total Beth Torah campus
to be completed." Rabbi Max A.
LipschiLz, spiritual leader,
stated. "The Sanctuary will be
total, permanent, and will house
the hundreds of worshippers who
join us for services every
Shabbat and holiday.
"A beautiful and sophisticated
Social Hall will house all of a
Jewish family's joyous occasions
as well as communal functions
which is absolutely essential and
will prove to be a tremendous
boon and source of pride to the
entire Jewish Community of
Greater Miami. Rabbi Lipschitz
added.
MIAMI FEDERATION
OF MUSICIANS
President, Frank J. Casciola
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_ Petersburg, Florida


Friday, September 24, 1976
Candidate Fink Eyes Circuit Court Seat
*Jewit fkriJirif)
Page.23-B
Richard K. Fink is a candidate
for Dade County Circuit Judge.
}roup 8. Mr. Fink is 50 years
kid and a fourth generation
Miamian. He is a graduate of
Harvard Law School and has
m in an attorney in Dade County
lor 25 years, with experience in
livil and criminal law. In the
Dade County Bar Associations'
annual poll of attorneys' ratings
of local judicial candidates, Fink
received the highest rating in his
group as being the most
qualified candidate for the
position of Circuit Court Judge
Group 8.
County Judgeship Is Baxter's Goal
Shack is Candidate For Metro Commission
Kuth Shack, candidate in the
Jept, 28 election for County
Commission from District 4, was
Chairperson of the education
ommittee of Third Century,
J.S V. and is a member of
)ade's Youth Planning Council
as well as of FIU's Title IV Ad-
visory Council.
She is active in the league of
Women Voters and was chair-
person of Dade's Women's
Political Caucus.
Black Seeks Election To State Legislature
Hugo Black III, Democratic
jiuiidate in the Sept. 28 election
Or the District 119 seat in the
'lorida legislature, believes that
ronomic. environmental and
onsumer protection are the
iorities for "reform-minded
kgislation."
|Schwartz is County
Judge Candidate
Ku-hard Alan Schwartz, can-
ifdate in the Sept. 28 election for
County Court Judge in Group
|7 is vice president and member
If the board of the South Dade
Chamber of Commerce and was
ihairman of its education and
ransportation committees.
In 1973 he initiated and helped
Dund the South Dade Bar As-
Kiation and was elected its first
Resident, serving for two years.
chwartz is a graduate of the
Fniversity of Florida and
ceived his law degree from the
Iniversity of Miami. He is a
Lember of the Dade. Florida and
Lnicrican Bar Associations.
The grandson of the late
Supreme Court Justice is a sup-
porter of full and complete
financial disclosure, reducing the
size of the legislature and curb-
ing the unlimited power of the
speaker of the house.
A former North Miami Beach
Senior Municipal Court Judge,
Harvey Baxter, is a candidate in
the Group 18 race and has the
added endorsements this week of
Miami Beach Mayor Harold
Rosen, Zionist leader Felice P.
Schwartz and the Com-
munication Workers of America,
AFL-CIO. Local 3107.
The Condominium Owners
Association, Inc., the Florida
Congress of Senior Citizens,
Mayor Jack Block, Leonard
Zilbert and North Miami
Beachite Milton Hornstein
added their support to the Judge
Baxter campaign.
His supporters pointed out
that he is the only candidate in
his race who signed the Dade
County Bar Association pledge
not to solicit or accept con-
BRANDT & SARNOFFS
711 wine,
2771 S.W. 27th Ave. (Facing S. Dixie Hwy.)
Miami, Florida 33133
Telephone: (305) 858-4800
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Quasar RCA Zenith
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Driiicr Jjamlrt
flaniflb firstauranl
tributions from other lawyers.
An active member of B'nai
B'rith, Beth Torah, the Masons,
Elks, Optimists and a Boy Scout
troop committeeman, Judge
Baxter is a veteran of the U.S.
Navy during the Korean war. He
was both an enlisted man and
officer, and is founder of the
Hillel Community Hebrew Day
School.
To wish my many friends
A Happy and Healihy New Year
Clara Oesterle And Family
COMMISSIONER, DADE COUNTY
Place Your Order
For The Holiday Early
Rainbow Cookies Pound 3.25
Taiglach 10 oz. 1.75
Raspberry Torte 4.00
Nut Cake 2.50
Sponge Cake 1-50
Marble Chiffon 2.25
Honey Cake (Plain) 1.50
I Fruit I 175
(Nut) 1.75
Plain Challach I Large)............ 1-25
(Small) -75
Raison Challach (Large) L50
(Small) 110
Bertram's
7879 West Flagler Street ON THE MALL
261-1351
A Very Happy New Year
To The Entire Jewish Community
National Food Distributors
Of Florida, Inc.
[Subsidiary of Colgate Palmolivo Co.]
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THE GREATER MIAMI
JEWISH CEMETERY ASSOC.
OWNERS OF
MT. SINAI MEMORIAL PARK CEMETERY
& JEWISH SECTION OF
WOODLAWN PARK CEMETERY
EXTENDS NEW YEAR
GREETINGS TO AIL
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Community Memorial Services which
are usually held on the Sunday
between Rosh Hashonah and Yom
Kippur will not be held this year,
Since Sunday, Oct. 3rd is Erev Yom
Kippur and would create an extreme
hardship for Rabbis and visitors
alike. There will however, be a
Rabbi on the premises several days
prior to the holidays and on Oct. 3rd
for those persons desiring to pay
their respects to their loved ones.
Hyman Chabner, Fredric Rosenthal,
President Vice President


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*Jeist fkrklian
Friday, September 24
Jackie Edmond, Edward Braverman
Exchange Vows in Sept. 18 Rites
Jackie Marlise Edmond and
Edward Jerome Braverman were
married at the Konover Hotel
The bride's attendants were
Gale Kofsky. Elaine Feller and
Susan Kofsky. Her matron of
honor was Barbara (Mrs.
Arnold) Greene, sister of the
groom, and the maid of honor
was Dorie Ann Edmond, the
brides sister. The flower girl was
Michelle Greene.
The ushers were Jack
Goldman. Robert Goldman
Richard Josepher. William
Move. Arnold Greene and Neil
Reiter. The ringbearer was
Jeffrey Greene.
Mrs. Braverman. who at-
tended Miami schools, is a
graduate of the University ot
Florida. An interior designer she
is associated with Brickell Place
Interiors. The groom attended
local schools and is a graduate ot
the University of Miami. He is
the vice president of the
Westchester Wash-Bowl. Inc.
Fund-raising Event Set Mrs Robm Knr
The Hillel Community Day of the event. The Zml
School PTA will hold their first boutique and lingerie fo^
fund-raising event of the school show w.ll follow the sale, fi
vS a can.lv sale, on Oct. 26. is open to the public.
Adele Faske Seeks Circuit Court Post
MRS. BRAVERMAN
Saturday. Sept. 18. The bride's
parents. Mr. and Mrs. William
Fdmond, are longtime
Miarnians. as are the groom's,
Dr. and Mrs. Leo Braverman.
The officiating rabbis were Sol
Landau of Beth David Con-
gregation and Avrom Drazin of
Temple Israel of Miramar.
Cantor William Lipson of Beth
David Congregation completed
the ceremony.
Donna Hart Eyes
School Board Seat
Donna Hart. Dade County
School Board candidate, Group 2
at large, believes that a bene-
ficial education consists of com-
bining a traditional education
with new and progressive
teaching methods. Mrs. Hart is
also an advocate of more
adequate. realistic education
funding by the state.
She is past president and
current vice president of Andrew
Jackson Democratic Women's
Club of Coral Gables and past
president of the Dade
Elementary PTO. Present'y Mrs.
Hart is a member of Coral
Gables High School PTSA.
Miami Beach Democratic Club,
Urban League and Congress of
Senior Citizens.
Assistant State Attorney
Adele Segall Faske, for many
years chief of the Nonsupport
Division, is a candidate for the
Circuit Court Judgeship in the
Sept. 28 election.
The first woman in Florida to
be appointed to her present
position. Mrs. Faske has also
served as an assistant county
solicitor and won national at-
tention in helping persuade the
Florida Legislature to enact the
reciprocal support law. requiring
fathers to pay for their children's
support. She has obtained as-
sistance for abandoned mothers,
children and other needy persons
with whom she comes into
contact through her office.
She is a member of a pioneer
Miami familv. the widow of
businessman Maurice M. Faske
and the sister of Senior County
Court Judge Sidney L. Segall
GOOD WSHES ON THE NEW YEAR
TO THE JEWISH commn
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Golden
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Grossberg
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Kaye
& FE BETTER!
Steven D. Robinson and Family
join you in prayer this week. May the
New Year bring all of us happiness,
fulfillment and peace. H2TOT) 112123 m5
Enjoy life more through
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Bob and Mary Goren wish the
entire community a healthy
and happy New Year.
Happy New Year To The Entire
Jewish Community
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ay, September 24, 1976
*Jeniti FkridHkin
Page 25-B
Famous Restaurant
671 Washington Avenue. Miami Beach
Extends To All
A Very Happy and Healthy
New Year
Jean and David Miller
Rose and Irving Newman
MILLER-NEWMAN
Insurance Agency, Inc,
580 NE 92nd STREET
MIAMI SHORES, FLORIDA
Telephone 757-1636
Extend Best Wishes to All Their Friends
For A Very Happy New Year
Richard Alan
Schwartz,
indidate for County Court
Judge wishes all of you
much happiness for the
coming New Year.
Pd. Pol. Adv.
Jewish Community Leader
Harvey Baxter Widens Lead
In Runoff for County Judge
Final pre-election polls by
the Public Opinion Foun-
dation of Florida this week
showed former North Miami
Beach Senior Municipal Court
.Jud^e Harvey Baxter widen-
ing his lead in the Sept. 28
runoff for Hade County
Judge, Group 18.
Baxter, the front-running
candidate in the contest.
pointed out that the Tuesday
balloting will serve as the
general election in his race
and in four other judicial
runoffs for county and circuit
court s.
All Democrats. Republi-
cans, independent!! and
members Of minor parlies art-
eligible to vote in Tuesday's
Group IX race, former Judge
Baxter reminded voters.
The only candidate in the
Group 18 race with any
judicial experience, former
Judge Baxter served the large
City of North Miami Beach
from 1973 through 1975 with
unprecedented praise from
lawyers and laymen alike.
A past officer of Beth Torah
Congregation, Baxter is a
longtime member of B'nai
B'rith. and has been an active
supporter of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation's
Combined Jewish Appeal-
Israel Emergency Fund
campaigns.
A 25-year member of the
Masons, the 46-year-old
Baxter has had more than 15
years of legal experience in
Florida, more than twice the
time of his opponent.
In addition, Baxter is an
arbitrator for the American
Arbitration Association, the
only candidate in the County
Court Group 18 contest with
that important qualification.
IA <'
HARVEY BAXTER
Baxter has won endorse-
ments from daily newspapers
from Miami Beach through
Homestead, and in addition
has the official support of such
groups as the Dade Better
Government League, Inc., and
the Condominium Owners As-
sociation, Inc.
A founder of the Hillel
Community Day School,
Baxter is a member of the
Beth Torah Men's Club and
former financial secretary and
a member of the executive
board of North Dade's largest
synagogue. He has been active
in the B'nai B'rith Hillel
Foundation programs.
Baxter is a graduate of the
Brooklyn Law School, with a
Juris Doctor degree, and also
holds a B.A. degree in
sociology and psychology.
More endorsements for
Baxter have been received
from State Rep. Barry Kutun,
U-onard Zilbert, Gerald Sch-
wartz. Burton Loebl. Mayor
Jack Block and Mayor Dale G.
Bennett.
Baxter also picked up the
endorsements of the Fraternal
Order of Police Lodge 20, of
the Congress of Senior Citi-
zens and of its president. Max
Friedson, and of Civic Action
of F'lorida, Inc., the Cuban
Veterans Association and the
Homestead Exemption
I .eague.
A veteran of the United
States Navy during the
Korean War, Baxter servec is
both enlisted man and officer.
He is an active member of the
Elks, a Boy Scout troop com-
mitteeman and a member of
the Optimist Club.
He also is a former social
worker and school teacher, and
is admitted to practice before
the Supreme Court of the
United States and numerous
district courts and the U.S.
Circuit Court of Appeals for
the Fifth Circuit.
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OFFICIAL
BOX SCORE
FOR COUNTY JUDGE, GROUP 18
RUNOFF ELECTION TUESDAY, SEPT. 28th
JUDICIAL
EXPERIENCE:
LEGAL
EXPERIENCE:
ARBITRATION
EXPERIENCE:
MILITARY
SERVICE:
EDUCATION:
SIGNED BAR
ASSOCIATION
PLEDGE NOT TO
TAKE MONEY
FROM LAWYERS
HARVEY STEVEN D.
BAXTER ROBINSON
2 YEARS Senior
Municipal Judge
City of North Miami NONE
Beach, 1973-75
15 YEARS 7 YEARS
Arbitrator for the
American Arbitra- NONE
tion Association
Enlisted Man and
Officer, U.S. Navy, NONE
Korean War
B.A., Juris Doctor B.S., Juris Doctor
Yes
TOTALLY
QUALIFIED
No
HARVEY BAXTER IS AN ACTIVE MEMBER OF Mmhi, Elks, loy Scout
Troop Committetnun, Optimists. B'nai 171111, Toastnastors, iith Torah,
and is admitted to practico fort the Supreme Court of the United
States.
Endorsed by:
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Ik. Ueae M Me Setter Imriit laafae. tec. *Ur.t Jack lech
Ma> Bat* teaaett Marar NaraM Betea Baft** B. UaM reek A-..I.
caa P.I.- .1 Oak Vk. M.r.r labert Taflar Cdulmr Albert Ir.,,.i
Caafrai. Sealer CtMiaai carciealatlee Barry Kataa U.lit.r.-Ly-wn
Velar tea.litrattaa Ceiitt.ee Ciieiml ilin Owaan Aieeclatiaa. la*. araM
Schwarti luaara Zilbert Civic Acttea el FIkU lac.Acclea Cleka Cabaa
Veteraat Asteclatlea Paerte llcaa peittrali raaaliattoa. lac. Aaeerlcaa
Feaeratlea el Sealer CHtieai Perth Baae Chapter Cabaa Aaeerlcaa Baamcratt
taae Ceaaty P.Ik, baaavaleat Altec., lac.
THE DECISION:
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bai baea eaaenaJ y the liaiilnl Pewi Uaaar. MbMBl Beach Saa Beacrter,
Seath Baa* Been Uaaar. Uherty Mewi. a.Ur I Beairtet. Saath Baae Newt
laaaer, Hheit; Pearl, BaMy Saa Beacrter aac) aewajapen trai eae mmi ei Baa*
" Elect HARVEY
4^\ BAXTER
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COUNTY JUDGE, GROUP 18
ALL DADE COUNTY
CAN PULL LEVER
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Friday, September
Schreiber Seeks Commission Seat
Barry D. Schreiber. a North
Miami Beach attorney, am'
candidate in the Sept. 28 electioi
for Dade County Commission
District 1, is a graduate o
Yeshiva College and holds a lav
degree from the University o
Maryland.
A native of Richmond, Va .
Schreiber has been a Dad->
County resident since 1969. He
is a member of the Florida Bar
and has been admitted to
practice before the U.S. Supreme
Court, the U.S. Court of Appeals
for the Fifth Circuit and U.S.
District Court. Southern District
of Florida.
Schreiber is regional vice
president of the Florida Region.
National Council of Young
Israel. He is board chairman of
the Greater Miami Region of
Mizrachi. and was reelected
president of Young Israel of
Greater Miami. He has served as
president of Yeshiva Day School
(now the Torah Academy of
South Florida).
The National Society of He-
brew Day Schools honored
Schreiber in 1974 with their
Amudim (Pillar of Torah) award
and this year he received the
Shofar Award from the National
Council of Young Israel. He also
received an Honorary Doctorate
of Humane Letters in 1973 from
Heed University in Hollywood.
Commissioner Oesterle
Seeks Reelection
Clara Oesterle. the incumbent
County Commissioner in District
8. is a candidate for reelection in
the Sept. 28 election.
Mrs. Oesterle. a Miami
resident for twenty-five years, is
a registered nurse and holds a
degree in business ad-
ministration from Peabodv
College.
She serves on a number of
boards ranging from the Public
Health Trust to the Criminal
Advisory Board.
Sandra Huppert and Fred Leess
Married In Aug. 15 Ceremony
Sandra Huppert, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Huppert
of Miami Beach, and Fred
Robbie Leess. son of Mr. and
Mrs. Howard Leess of Bellmore.
N.Y.. were married on Aug. 15 at
the Eden Roc Hotel in Miami
Beach. Rabbi Mayer Abramovitz
officiated.
The maid of honor was the
bride's sister. Regina Berman
and the best man was the
groom's brother, Richard Leess.
Mrs. Leess is attending
Barnard College in New- York
City. Mr. Leess graduated
magna cum laude from Brown
University and is now attending
the Columbia University Dental
School in New York City.
Upon their return from a
honeymoon in Spain, the couple
will make their home in New-
York City.
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN ANO
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 7 4-29183
CENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
NOTICE OF ACTION
WASHINGTON FEDERAL SAVINGS
* LOAN ASSOCIATION OF
MIAMI BEACH.
Plaintiff.
v
SAMUEL BECKER. MARGHERITA
BECKER. ROBERT W ORLlCK
MARIE A ORLICK, MIAMI
BEACH FIRST NATIONAL
BANK. KNOWLES ANIMAL
HOSPITAL. INC..
ELAINE MOSS and
EDMOND R DELANO
dy b- a BISCAYNE FLOOR
COVERINGS.
Defendant*.
TO: SAMUEL BECKER and
MARGHERITA BECKER
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action
to foreclose a mortgage on the
following property In Dade County,
Florida
Lot 4. Block 47 of ORCHARD
SUBDIVISION NUMBERS TWO
AND THREE, according to the
Plat thereof, as recorded In Plat
Book 8 at Page 116, of the Public
records of Dade County. Florida,
has been Hied against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your written
defenses, if any, to It on LAPIDUS A
HOLLANDER, Plaintiff'* attorneys,
whose address la 833 City National
Bank Building. 28 West Flagler Street.
Miami, Florida 33130, on or before
October 29. 1978. and file the original
with the clerk of thl* court either before
ervlce on plaintiff* attorney or Im-
mediately thereafter; otherwise a
default will be entered against you for
the relief demanded in the complaint or
peUtlon
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
thl* Court on September 21. 1976
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk of the Court
By A Crutcher
Deputy Clerk
Sept 24; Oct 1.8. 16. 1978
MRS. FRED R. LEESS
LEGAL NOTICE_______
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS- HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
AMERICAN MOLDED PRODUCTS OF
FLORIDA at 3645 NW 36 Street. Miami
Florida 33147, intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida.
NITRON PLASTICS. INC
By: ALEX HIRSCH. ExecuUve
Vice President A Treas.
MYERS. KAPLAN.
LEVINSONAKENIN
Attorneys for
NUTRO'N PLASTICS. INC
1428 Brlckell Avenue
Miami. Florida 33131
Sept 24; Oct. 1.8. 15. 1976
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the
undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the flcUUou* name of
OVATION^COMPLIMENTS, at 5364
NW 35th Court, Miami, Florida. Intends
to register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade Cbuntv
Florida "
WOODLANDS FASHIONS. INC
A Florida Corp.
Sept.8. 10.17, 24, 1976
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the
undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the flcUUous name of
LES KLEIN A FRIENDS at 301 Arthur
Godfrey Rd Miami Batch. Fla In-
tend* to regurter said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida
REAL PROPERTY CONCEPTS, INC
A Florida Corp
Sept 17.24; Oct. 1,8.1976
IN THE MTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT COURT, DADE, FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIV.
CASE NO. 74-7*139
NOTICE FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
EDRA A D McWILLIAMS,
Wife v
LLOYD W McWILLIAMS.
Her Husband.
TO: LLOYD W McWILLIAMS
RESIDENCE UNKNOWN
You are required to Hie an Answer of
written defense to the PeUtlon for
dUsoluUon of marriage nied against
you In this cause by your above named
wife, and serve the original upon the
undersigned clerk and a copy upon
JOSEPH C LAUSSEL. ESQ 12583 NW
7 Avenue. Miami, Florida, not later
than October 29. 1976, otherwise a
Default will be entered against you In
accordance with the law.
Dated: September a. 1976. A.D
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk of the Court
By: N A. Hewett. DC.
Sept. 24; Oct 1, 8. 15, 1976
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the flcUUous name of
BUBBLE GUM BOUTIQUE, at 1617
NE 163 Street. North Miami Beach.
Fla.. Intend to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
SUNDANCE 2-4-7 CORP
LARRY ZUCKERMAN. President
SHELLEY ZUCKERMAN, Secretary
___ Sept 24; Oct 1.8, 13.1976
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
CLASSIC CENTER at 1061 West 29
Street. No 2 Hlaleah. Fla 33012. In-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
JOSE DONO
Sept 24: Oct. 1,8.18. 1976
Rabbi Tokayer
Is Guest Speaker |
North Dade Chapter,
American Jewish Congress will
hold a meeting Thursday, Sept.
30. at noon in the First Federal
Bank Building. 18301 Biscavne
Blvd.. North Miami Beach.
Guest speaker will be Rabbi
Man-in Tokayer. who for the
past eight years has been in the
Far East, serving as Rabbi of
the Jewish Community of Japan
His topic will be "The Oriental
Mystery Are the Japanese of
the Lost Tribes of Israel?
An eight-year research on this
subject, including rabbinic and
Japanese sources, has uncovered
much new evidence to challenge
previous conclusions, according
to Rabbi Tokayer
Members, friends and the
public are invited to attend.
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'AwStifle*ktk*n
Page 27-B
Robinson Seeks
County Judgeship
Steven D. Robinson, a Dade
County attorney and candidate
in the Sept. 28 election for the
newly created judgeship in the
County Court system, is a
strong advocate of the expansion
that created this new post. He
sees expansion "as an important
step in bringing the courts to the
people."
Robinson, who was born and
raised in Miami Beach, is en-
dorsed by Rabbi Dov Bidnick.
Rabbi Alexander Gross. Rabbi
Yochanon Zweig. Rabbi Sholom
I.ipskar and Rabbi Barry
rabachnikoff.
He is currently a member of a
Budget Committee of the Jewish
Federation and a member of the
American Jewish Committee. He
i- also a member of the Advisory
Council of the Appeal of Con-
science Foundation, which
sponsors rabbinic students from
the Soviet Union.
Robinson is also very active in
Friends of Yeshiva University, a
founder of the Talmudic College
of i'lorida. a student at Ner
Israel Yeshiva and has been
inducted into the Society of the
Pillars of Torah of the Hebrew
Theological College.
Rabbi Conducts Service
Rabbi Solomon Schiff. director
of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation's Chaplaincy Service,
will conduct a special High Holy
Days service Thursday, Sept. 30,
at 10:30 a.m. for patients and
residents of the Miami Beach
Nursing Home, 550 Ninth St.
Dr. Michael Sossin is owner of
the nursing home.
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to Anthony Salzman, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Irving Salzman, 13950
SW 72 Ave.
Shelley is a graduate of the
University of Florida.
Anthony is a graduate of the
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and his family wish you and your
loved ones happiness for the coming
Jewish New Year.
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Page28-B
Pioneer Women Set Schedule
A skit describing the activities
of the Pioneer Women the
Women's Labor Zionist Or-
ganization of America will
highlight a Tuesday. Sept. 28.
meeting of the Eilat Chapter of
Pioneer Women. The 7:30 p.m.
session in the civic auditorium of
Washington Federal Savings
and Loan Association. 1234
Washington Ave.. Miami Beach.
is free and open to the public.
Three members of the Eilat
Chapter Mrs. Ethel Lottman.
Mrs. Rose Ringel and Mrs
Helen Sassower will present
the playlet designed to boost
membership in the Pioneer
Women. Tuesday's meeting is
the first of the season for the
Miami Beach unit. Mrs. Rose
Rubin, president, will chair the
meeting.
Another Pioneer Women
group, the Hi Rise Tikvah
Chapter, has scheduled its
monthly meeting for Tuesday.
Oct. 5. in the Forte Towers card
room. 1200 West Ave. Miami
Beach.
Mrs. Olga Belkin will give a
poetry reading, and the entire
chapter membership will discuss
the upcoming Presidential
contest between former Gov.
Jimmy Carter and President
Gerald Ford. Particular em-
phasis, according to Mrs
Pauline Finkelstein. president,
will be placed on the platforms of
the Democratic and Republican
parties and on the stands of their
nominees on Israel and the
Middle East.
Friesner Facing Sept. 28 Runoff
Facing a runoff contest on
Sept. 28 for the District 115 seat
in the Florida House of Repre-
Herb Friesner is
concerned with
automobile insurance and say*
that current rates are a riper*
-
.ation and
reduce insurance rates, whir-
HAPPY NEW YEAR!
says, should be determined on a
statewide basis so that counties
like Dade will not be penalized
The candidate is also emphatic
about strictly enforcing the
Florida Statute halting can-
cellations and refusals to renew
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FROM ALL THE OFFICERS, DIRECTORS,
AND EMPLOYEES AT OUR TEN OFFICES
THROUGHOUT DADE, BR0WARD AND
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AACHP Honors
BenesandMcCue
Bernardo Benes. past-
president of the Health Systems'
Agency of South Florida, and
Wood McCue, executive director,
been awarded top honors
be American Association for
Comprehensive Health Planning
Bernardo Benes dedicated
ribution of time and effort to
the health planning process was
nationallv recognised when he
mt the president-
elect oi the American \-
sociation for Compreh<-
Health Planning.
The AACHP held its annual
meeting at the Fontainebleau
Hotel July 15-19. with the South
Florida HSA serving as tht
agency Dr. Ber.t vice
chairman of the board of the
Continental Bank of Mi
past president of the H> \
The Richard H S
Achievement Award in I
mumtv Health Planning pre-
-rr.:ed to Wood M<
given to recognisad lignificant
ribution in the art
ace of health piar.r.
IN THI SPIRIT OP '76
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Endorsed By;
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Congress of Senior Citizens
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Friday. September 24, 1976
*Jewi$lh ihrkHeun
Page 29-B
m Rabbinical f ag*
devoted to discussion of themes and issues relevant to Jewish life past and present
co-ordinated i
Greater Vuomi Rabbinical Assooo
co-editors
Dr Mo
Rosh Hashanah Makes
Impact Upon Thinking
Bj DR. IRVING LKHRMAN
Temple Kmanu-EI
\s we stand on the threshold
\i the sacred New Year period.
i;i\ I invoke God's blessings of
(i happiness, prosperity
nil peace upon the men and
k n of our faith, as well as
ipoti all God's children.
Mthough Rosh Hashanah is
ndamentally a .Jewish holiday.
. universal character, dealing
il does with the realities and
Blues "I spiritual life must have
impact upon all thinking
lople everywhere, for it tells us
hat man is innately good.
sentially righteous and kind.
11 man strays from the path of
nth, it is only because of
iman frailty and weakness
:>r>riveness and a new chance in
can he his if he will hut
[cognize the error of his ways.
Irn to (iod. and determine to
In no more
The recognition of God in the
h't'lil anil the drive for ethical
prfection are the two great
bntributions ol the .lew to
jmanitv
Judaism aims to sanctify life
d to deepen man's awareness
< iod Know I lim in all thy
lavs" is i he motto ot Jewish life
ohsenance "Seek IIim and
Him in every relationship
RABBI LKHRMAN
Tin- i- the essence of the High
Holy Day period This is a
season which calls for meditation
and introspection. It is a time for
soul-searching It is a time for
self-analysis and evaluation.
What
we
we
of
believe that we find God
we practice justice in our
\
hip with our fellow men
h lli.it we are laboring
enthrone Him when we work
tter social order. We
' f> Him when we strive for
ice We revere Him
1 we defend the sacredness
human life and the human
rsonality.
We helieve that we are con-
I brought into His Divine
r lien we sincerely com-
' with Him through the
ine-honored Commandment-.
and ser\ ices ot worship
"in ancient and beautiful
ii
are we'.' What have
made ol our lives? Are
worthy descendants
generations who joyfully went
through fire and water for the
sake ot Torah whose faith was
an integral part ot daily living,
who refused to relegate (iod to a
corner ol life'.'
Rush Hashanah spells loyalty,
devotion, love It s|x-aks ot
reconciliation with (iod and with
man. ot renewal ol lite and its
tniesl value-. It is a da) ot
awareness ol sin and of
resolution to do better. It is a
dav ot conscience-given release,
ol the heart ol man made tender.
ol spiritual regeneration, of
moral rebirth.
Rosh Hashanah is a day when
religion -peaks to us in the
words of the prophet Let not
the wise man glory in his
wisdom, neither let the mighty
man glory in his might let not
(he rich man glory in his riches,
but let him that glorieth. glory
in this that he understandeth
and knoweth Me. that I am the
Lord who exercises mercy,
justice and righteousness, for in
these things I delight.''
In large letters, these holidays
spell the fundamentals of
.Judaism, of religion, of the
higher life of man.
Many are losing faith today in
man's ability to attain peace and
salvation. Judaism, however,
pleads with us never to lose
faith.
The basic message of Rosh
Hashanah and Yom Kippur is
that man has within him the
spark of the Divine that he
can conquer himself if he will but
realize the need for repentance
that he may rise if he but will it,
to the very heights of heaven.
We have within our power and
choice between life and death,
between good and evil. And, the
plea of Judaism is. "Choose life
and reject evil!''
This is the most momentous,
the most splendid fact in human
lite (iod has given the reins of
our conduct altogether into our
own hands These Holy Days
plead with us to be worthy of
this great Opportunity to re-
dedicate ourselves to our faith
and our (iod to the causes ot
right, justice and truth.
( Hit oil he dept hs of our heart 9
do we call upon Thee, oh Lord.
Mayest Thou hearken to our
voice and attend our prayers
May our brethren who still live
in oppression in the Soviet
Union, in Syria. Iraq or any
ot her lands of oppression be
granted a renewal of freedom
and hope or In- permitted to
emigrate.
During this solemn period,
may we pray together for our
people, for the land of Israel, for
our beloved country, the United
States of America, and for all
mankind.
Some Notes
on The Shofar
By RABBI SIMCHA FREEDMAN
Temple Adath Yeshurun
The command to blow the shofar on Rosh Hashanah is
contained in the words And in the seventh month, on the first
day of the month ... it is a day of blowing the horn unto you.''
(Numbers 29:1).
The reason for this command is not given in the Torah but
by Agnon in his excellet treatise "Days of Awe" summarizing
ten different possible explanations for this law (pp. 70-72).
Some of these include:
1. This day God is crowned King ... As mortal kings are to
the sound of trumpets so. too. is the King of the universe.
2. It reminds us of our acceptance of the Torah which we
received at Mt. Sinai while the sound of the shofar waxed
louder and louder.
3. It reminds us of the binding of Isaac who was willing to
offer himself to heaven We should be inspired by his example.
4. The prophet Amos says (3:6) "Shall the horn be blown in
a city, and the people not tremble?'* So. too. is this a day of
awe.
5. To remind us of the great Day of Judgment as the
prophet Zephanim said (1:14-16), "The great dayof the Lord is
near ... a day of the horn and alarm."
Our sages have concluded from textua exegesis that a
"tekiah" of long note must precede and follow the "teruah."
The exact nature of the "teruah" was a source of controversy
as can be seen from the Gemara in Rosh Hashanah (33b). "One
authority thought that Teruah' meant drawing a long sigh,
and the other held that it meant uttering short piercing cries."
In order for us to be certain that we fulfill our obligation of
hearing the correct sound, we blow the shofar in different
series. Sometimes we use the long sighs (shevarim) for
"teruah" and sometimes we use the piercing cries (called
teruah") for "teruah." Following the sounding of the Shofar
we recite the verse: Happy are the people who know the
sound of the shofar (teruahl (Birnbaum Mahzor pg. 320)."
Translated into what the "teruah" sound represents we
would understand this verse to mean "Happy is the people who
know the sound of long sighs of piercing cries." Is this a source
ot happiness?
The answer to this perplexing problem may Ik- found in the
\lidrash quoted by my uncle. Rabbi Chaim Press in his
valuable source book "What is I be Reason" (vol. 1 pg 63). He
points out that the reason lor the traditional sound of a total of
one hundred notes is that (according to the Midrash) a woman
in childbirth customarily utters one hundred cries. The first
ninety-nine occur during the agony of labor and the final one as
she gives birth.
In this light we can understand the words ol the Mahzor
"Happy is the nation that knows the sound of the Shofar" -
happy is the nation which understands that productivity and
progress depend upon pain and privations, that only through
struggling and striving can people attain greatness. In the
words of the I'salmist: "They that sow in tears shall reap in
Joy (Psalm 126:5)."
May our efforts for a year of peace, brotherhood and love
bear fruit.
Host Wishes To All For
A Very Healthy. Happy New Year
THE JACK HARRIS FAMILY
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Happy and Health) NewYear
NEWVEARGREFTINGS
FLORIDA-ISRAEL CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
Ml!TON M HECKER-EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
NEBLVD PHOW 576-4000Ex. 223
I wish to extend my best wishes
to the residents of Dade County who will
welcome the Jewish New Year this week
with me and my family,
commemorating our ancient
heritage and our allegiance to
the faith of our Fathers.
RUTH SHACK,
CANDIDATE FOR
COUNTY COMMISSION
Pd. Pol. Adv.


Pt*-30-B
+Jmist>fkri(M*r
Friday, September 24,
1
1,1975 1
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 74-4741
DivisionJosepr, Nesbirt
IN RE ESTATE OF
CARMEN SOUVAN.
Deceased
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING CLALMS
OR DEMANDS AGAINST THE
ABOVE ESTATE AND ALL OTHER
PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE
ESTATE:
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
the administration of the estate of
CARMEN SOUVAN. deceased. File
Number 76-4741 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. Florida
The personal representative of the
estate is GILBERTO SOLD.'AN. whose
address is 183J SW 5th Street. Miami
Flon1 The nf-r-.e and address of the
persoi.a; rvpre-*r.tatlve'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
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE, to
file with the clerk of the above court a
written statement of any claim or
demand ney may have Each claim
must be in writing and must indicate
the basis for the claim, the name and
address of the creditor or his agent or
attorney, and the amount claimed. If
the claim is not yet due the date when
It will become due shall be stated If the
claim is contingent or unliquidated, the
nature of the uncertainty shall be
stated If the claim Is secured, the
security shall be described. The
claimant shall deliver sufficient copies
of the claim to the clerk to enable the
clerk to mall one copy to each personal
representative
All persons Interested In the estate to
whom a copy of this Notice of
Administration has been mailed are
required. WITHIN THREE MONTHS
FROM THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE to
file any objections they may have that
challenges the validity of the
decedent s will, the qualifications of the
personal representative, or the venue
or jurisdiction of the court
ALL CLAIMS DEMANDS. AND
OBJECTIONS NOT SO FILED WILL
BE FOREVER BARRED
Date of the first publication of this
Notice of Administration Sept 24
1976
GILBERTO SOUVAN
As Personal Representative of the
Estate of CARMEN SOUVAN
Deceased
ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL
REPRESENTATIVE
NATHANIEL L BARONE JR
5599 Biscayne Boulevard
Miami. Florida 33137
Telephone 757-3735
Sept 24. Oct. 1. 1976
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 74-SWI
Division Frank 6. Dowhng
IN RE ESTATE OF
HARRY J SIMON
Deceased
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS
OR DEMANDS AGAINST THE
ABOVE ESTATE AND ALL OTHER
PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE
ESTATE
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
the administration of the estate of
HARRY J SIMON deceased File
Number 76-34XB 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 JEF-
FERSON NATIONAL BANK OF
MIAMI BEACH whose address is 301
Arthur Godfrey Road. Miami Beach
Florida The nr.me and address of the
personal representative'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
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE to
file with the clerk of the above court a
written statement of any claim or
demand they may have Each claim
must be m 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 win become due shall be stated If the
claim is contingent or unliquidated, the
nature of the uncertainty shall be
stated If the claim is secured the
security shall be described The
claimant shall deliver sufficient copies
of the claim to the clerk to enable the
clerk to mail one copy to each personal
representative
All persons interested In the 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 objections they may have that
challenges the validity of the
decedent's will, the qualifications of the
personal representative, or the venue
or Jurisdiction of the court
ALL CLAIMS DEMANDS AND
OBJECTIONS NOT SO FILED WTLL
BE FOREVER BARRED
Date of the first publication of this
Notice of Administration Sept 24.
1976
JEFFERSON NATIONAL BANK
OF MIAMI BEACH
By STUART J MILLER
Trust Officer
As Personal Representative of the
Estate of HARRY J SIMON
Deceased
ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL
REPRESENTATIVE
S GEORGE TRACER
SOI Arthur Godfrey Road
Miami Beach Florida 33140
Telephone 531-4077
Sept 24 Oct i.irr
LEGAL NOTICE
" IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 74-4414
Division Frank B. Dowline
IN RE ESTATE OF
MAURICE D KRAUSS
Deceased
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAMS
OR DEMANDS AGAINST THE
ABOVE ESTATE AND ALL OTHER
PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE
ESTATE
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
THAT THE ADMINISTRATION OF
THE ESTATE OF MAURICE D
KRAUSS deceased. File Number 76
6016. is pending in the Circuit Court for
Dade County. Florida. Probate
Division, the address of which is 73
West Flagler Street Miami. Florida
33130 The personal representative of
the estate Is ROSE KRAUSS whose
address is 8826 Abbott Avenue Surf
side. Florida 3S154 The name and
address of the personal represen-
tative's attorney are set forth below
All persons having claims or
demands against the estate are
rqulred. WITHIN THREE MONTHS
FROM THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE to
file with the clerk of the above court a
written statement of any claim or
demand they may have Each claim
must be In writing and must Indicate
the basis for the claim, the ium 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 he stated If the
claim is contingent or unliquidated, the
nature of the uncertainty shall be
staled If the claim Is secured, the
security shall be described. The
claimant shall deliver sufflcent copies
of the claim to the clerk to enable the
clerk to mail one copy to each personal
representative
All persons interested in the estate to
whom a copy of this Notice of
Administration has been mailed are
required. WITHIN THREE MONTHS
FROM THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE, to
file any objections they may have that
challenge the validity of the decedent s
will, the qualifications of the personal
representative, or the venue or
jurisdiction of the court
ALL CLAIMS. DEMANDS. AND
OBJECTIONS NOT SO FILED WILL
BE FOREVER BARRED
Date of the first publication of this
Notice of Administration Sept 24
1976
ROSE KRAUSS
As Personal Representative of the
Estate of MAURICE D KRAUSS
Deceased
ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL
REPRESENTATIVE
MARTIN KALB ESQ
Myers. Kaplan.
Levinson It Kenin
Suite 700. 1428 Brickell Ave
Miami. Florida 33131
Telephone 305-371-9041
__________Sept 24. Oct 1. 1976
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 74-4023
Division Joseph Nesbitt
IN RE ESTATE OF
SAMTUMARKINa k-a
SAMl'EL TUMARKIN
Deceased
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS
OR DEMANDS AGAINST THE
ABOVE ESTATE AND ALL OTHER
PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE
ESTATE
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
the administration of the estate of SAM
Tt MARKIN a. k-a SAMUEL
TUMARKIN deceased File Number
76-6023. is pending In the Circuit Court
for Dade County. Florida. Probate
Division, the address of which Is 73
West Flagler St Miami. Fla 33130
The personal representative of the
estate is IDA TUMARKIN whose
address is 5825 Collins Avenue. Miami
Beach. Fla 33140 The name and ad-
dress of the personal representative 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
PUBUCATION OF THIS NOTICE to
file with the clerk of the above court a
written statement of any claim or
demand they may have Each claim
must be in writing and must indicate
the basis for the claim, the name and
address of the creditor or his agent or
attorney and the amount claimed If
the claim is not yet due the date when
it will become due shall be stated If the
claim is contingent or unliquidated, the
nature of the uncertainty shall be
staled If the claim is secured, the
security shall be described The
claimant shall deliver sufficient copies
of the claim to the clerk to enable the
clerk to mall one copy to each personal
representative
All persons interested in the estate to
whom a copy of this Notice of
Administration has been mailed are
required WITHIN' THREE MONTHS
FROM THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE to
file any objections they may have that
challenges the validity of the
decedent's will the qualifications of the
personal representative or the venue
or Jurisdiction of the court
ALL CLAIMS. DEMANDS AND
OBJECTIONS NOT SO FILED WILL
BE FOREVER BARRED
Date of the first publication of this
Notice of Administration Sept 24.
1976
IDA TUMARKIN
As Personal Representative of the
Estate of SAM TUMARKIN a -k-a
SAMUEL TUMARKIN
Deceased
ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL
REPRESENTATIVE
SAMUEL FRIED
SHAPIRO FRIED WEIL
ASCHEER
407 Lincoln Road. Suite 10 B
Miami Beach. Florida 33139
Telephone iSDOi 536-6361
Sept 24: Oct 1. 1976
LEGAL NOTICE_
NOTICE OF ACTION
LEGAL NOTICE
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(MO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO I***"
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE YOLANDA SORIA.
Petitioner .Wife
and
ALFREDO SORIA
Respondent Husband
TO ALFREDO SORIA
Residence Unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
an action for Dissolution of Marriage
has been filed against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your written
defenses. If anv to It on ABE WW
attomev for Petitioner whose ddr*,sf
Is 2121 Ponce de Leon Blvd Suite no,
Coral Gables Florida 33134 and file the
original with the clerk of the above
stvled court on or before Oct 29 1976
otherwise a default will be entered
against you for the relief demanded in
the complaint or petition
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN 120 NE
6 Street. Miami Florida 33132
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said court at Miami Florida on this
16th dav of September. 1976
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk Circuit Court
Dade County Florida
By B Llpps
As Deputy Clerk
iCIrecuitOourt Seal i
ABE KOSS.
Attorney at Law P A
2121 Ponce de Leon Blvd
No 715
Coral Gables. Florida 33134
Tel 446-1444
Attorney for Petitioner
Sept 24. Oct 18. 15 1976
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 74-19024
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The Marriage of
MASSILLON CIVIL
Petitioner.
and
LELLIE FIVILRE a- k- a
U'l.IE FEVHY
Respondent
TO LEU.IE FIVILRE a -k a
LULIE FEVRY
Residence Unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
an action for Dissolution of Marriage
has been filed against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your I
defenses, if any. to It on GARY B
SACK ESQ attorney for Petitioner
whose address Is Retler a Sack *0l
Dade Federal Bldg 101 East Flagler
St Miami. Florida 33131 and file the
original with the clerk of the above
styled court on or before Octob)
1976. 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 this
17th day of Sept 1976
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade Countv Florida
By H F Muscorella
As Deput> Clerk
iCircuit Court Seal'
GARYB SACK. ESQl IRE
801 Dade Federal Building
101 East Flagler St
Miami Fla
Attorney for Petitioner
.________Sept 24 Oct I || 1976
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. 74-24*37
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE THE MARRIAGE OF
ELIE JEAN-PIERRE
Husband. Petitioner
and
LIEZI DA PREDEL1ES
JEAN PIERRE
Wife Respondent
TO LIEZI DA PREDELIES
JEAN PIERRE
Ri di Jur Badela
Vie H 33
Port de Palx. Haiti
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 DANIEL
RETTER ESQ attorney for
Petitioner whose address is 801 Dade
Federal Building 101 East Flagler
Street Miami Florida 33131, and file
the original with the clerk of the above
styled court on or before October 29
1976. 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 this
16th day of Septembe- lp-f.
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County Florida
By A Crutcher
As Deputy Clerk
i Circuit Court SeaJp
DANIEL RETTER ESQUIRE
Attorney for Petitioner
801 Dade Federal Building
101 East Flagler Street
Miami Florida 33131
Phone 356 6090
Sept 24; Oct 1. 8. 15.1978
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
LOS JIMAGUAS at 1120 SW 8 St.
Miami. Fla 33130. Intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida
CATALINA REYES
Sept 24. Oct 1. 8. 15. 1976
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the
undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
REFINISHING SERVICE, at 459 East
28 St.. No 4. Hialeah. Fla Intends to
register said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Cour' of Dade County. Florida
NELSON GONZALEZ
Sept 10. 17.24. Oct 1. 1976
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 74-1(301
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE MARRIAGE OF
JOSE RODRIGIEZ
Husband,
and
RUBY RODRIGIEZ.
Wife
TO RUBY RODRIGIEZ
Call. Colombia
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 anv. to It on ALBERT L
CARRICARTE attorney for Petitioner,
whose address is 2491 NW 7th Street.
Miami Florida, and file the original
with the clerk of the above styled court
on or before Oct 22 1976 otherwise a
default will be entered against you for
the relief demanded in the complaint or
petition
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks in
THE JEWISH FI.ORIDI AN
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said court at Miami Florida on this 9th
dav of September 1976
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk Circuit Court
Dade Countv Florida
By Willie BradshawJr
As Deputy Clerk
Circuit Court seaD
AUsKRTI I AKRH'ARTE I' A
2491 NW 7th Street
Miami Florida -
Attomev for Petitioner
Phor. N 649 7917
Sept. 17 .1 Oct I I 1976
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
FILE NO 74-5*30
I.N RE ESTATE OF
MICHAEL MELFA
IV ceased
NOTICE OF 4J MINISTRATION
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS
OR DEMANDS I MNST THE
ABOVE estate AND ALI OTHER
PERSONS INTERESTED IN SAID
ESTATE
i*( il ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
the administration of the estate of
MICHAEL MELFA deceased, late of
DadeCounty Florida File Number 76-
sM is pending in the Circuit Court in
and for Dade County Florida Probate
Division the address of which is 3rd
Floor Dade County Courthouse. 73
West Flagler Streel Miami Florida
33130 The personal representative of
this estate is HENRY Ni iKT> is whose
address is 1*1 Biscayne Building 19
West Flagler Street Miami Florida
33130 The name and address of the
attorney for the personal represen
tative are set forth below
All persons having claims or
demands against this estate are
required WITHIN THREE MONTHS
FROM THE DATE OF THE FIRST
[CATION OF THIS NOTICE to
file with the clerk of the above court a
written statement of any claim or
demand they may have Each claim
must be in writing and must Indicate
the basis for the claim the name and
address of the creditor or his agent or
attorney and the amount claimed If
the claim is not yet due. the date when
it will become due shall be stated If the
claim is contingent or unliquidated, the
nature of the uncertainty shall be
stated If the claim is secured the
security shall be described The
claimant shall deliver sufficient copies
of the claim to the clerk of the above
styled court to enable the clerk to mail
one copy to each personal represen-
tative
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 objections they may have that
challenge the validity of the decedent's
will the qualifications of the personal
representative or the venue or
jurisdiction of the court
AIL CI.AIMS DEMANDS AND
OBJECTIONS NOT SO FILED WIU.
BE FOREVER BARRED
DATED at Miami. Florida on this
16th day of September 1976
HENRY NORTON
As Personal Representative of the
Estate of MICHAEL MELFA
_ Deceased
First publication of this notice of
administration on the 24th day of
September 1976
HENRY NORTON
Of Law Offices of
Henry Norton
1201 Blscavne Building
19 West Flagler Street
Miami Florida SS1S0
Telephone 374-3116
Attorney for
Attorney for
Personal Representative
Sept 24. Oct I, 1976
_________L1QAL NOTICE
'nl^S^^'^OURTTo.'
DADE COUNTY, F LOR in?*
PROtATE DIVISION0*
______ M Number 75-4U4
IN RE: ESTATE OF
SOLOMON SPTTALNIK
Deceased
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
, ^PERSONS HAY,^*
INS'
tu
ESTATE' ---------.....r-D THJt
TO
l\> ALL r-KRSONS HAVINP ri "
OR DEMANDS .v v' v'L01-**!
ABOVE ESTATE AN I innJS
PERSONS INTERESTFI. I^IS*
ESTATE IN T
YOU ARE HEREBY NuTIFIPrv...
the administration of u-.e ..^l
SOLOMON SPITALNIK decea^r*
Number 75-6634 is JI WF
Circuit Court for Dade ^ rL*
Probate Division, the addre.**
Is 73 West Flagler Streel 5ta*J
The personal representative 0', ^
estate Is MOU.IE ivrviL"*
SPITALNIK. whose addre,, ,,H^
Pine Tree Drive Miami HeU' "
The name and addrev ., "J;* '
representative's attorn--. ,- J!.r**
below Wi n
All persons havirg rialrn. m
demands against the taI, *
required. WITHIN THflEBMOinS
FROM THE DATE OF T' FnS
PUBLICATION OF THIS V-TICT I
file with the clerk of the abov* <, !
written statement or .." '
demand they may ha v. Each d.n
must be In writing and must Mk1
the basis for the claim th, nam* jm
address of the creditor or his an^
attorney, and the amount claimed w
the claim Is not yet due :r* date,*-.
It will become due shall be stated If thi
claim Is contingent or un.iquidated 'J.
nature of the un< -4i] ^
stated If the claim li ncrnt tt*
security shall be described Tt.
claimant shall deli., cook,
of the claim to the clerk to enablj ih,
clerk to mail one copy I eacr, periwa
representative
All persons Interested In the eiuiik
whom a copy of U Notlct t
Administration has be-' mailed in
required. WITHIN THREF months
FROM THE DATE 01 THE F!RT
li HLICATION OF THIS MiTICE to
file any objections (he) ma) haveUst
challenges the validity of a*
decedent's will Ultquallfi jfioruofBs
personal representative or tne venut
or jurisdiction of the
ALL CLAIMS DF '.: .: Uf
OBJECTIONS NOT S< FILED WILL
BE FOREVER BARK I I
Date of the first publl ation of Ml
Notice of Admimst.-..' s-pt ft
1976
MOU.IE OXEN!) \;k
As Personal Rei
Estate of Solor*
- -asei
ATTORNEY Fop. I
REPRESENT \T:\ E
MICHAEL RBCHLEr.
407 Lincoln Road
Miami Btai h Fla
Telephone BSD MM
- I l.M
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR DADE COUNTV FLORID*
PROBATE DIVISION
File Numb*' '4-4074
IN RE ESTATE I Ir
HELEN ADELINE
I
NOTICE OF A! M
TO ALL PERSON- Mia
OR DEMANDS THE
ABOVE ESTATE 'THKP.
PERSONS IN rERI 5TI !V THE
ESTATE
YOI ARE HEREBY
the administration
HELEN ADELIN
Number 76-6024 Is > ling
Circuit Court for
Florida. Probate Dlt
of which is 73 V\.--
Miami Florida 13130 "' !f
representatives o( Uu estsla art
HARRIET HE I MAN
ADELIN whose iddressM W
respectively. D.M N
Chicago. Illinois and I" BOX
I .tr-ippanv New
and add'ress of tin l"'rfU5
representative s attorn-;, are jettons
below
All persons h.i "' *
demands against fiLJB
required WITHIN IHR
FROM THE DVn I "
Pi BLICATION OF IH
file with the clerk of thi *"'
written statement
demand thev mav hav< El
must be in writing and i n' -nmow
the basis for the clam- th> -""*
address of the credit, '<"'
attornev and the an
the claim is not yet due Hw a*"*!"!
it will become due shall be stated UW
claim is contingent or unltq IWJ "J
nature of the uncertain ""
stated If the claim la *' ";a "
securltv shall be ; '"
claimant shall deliver sufficientCOJS"
of the claim to the clerk I <'**l*3
clerk to mail one co[
representative ....
All persons Interested in "1*,""_
whom a copy of this NJJ *
Administration has beer. ?*""J
rqulred. WITHIN THRK ^'-"B
FROM THE DATE OF "^["^
PUBLICATION OF THIS N^lt
file any objections they ma) B4"J,
challenges the validi'v oi
decedent's will, the qu"J"-^n,'^l
personal representative or uw
or jurisdiction of the court ^
ALL CLAIMS DEMANDS; AW
OBJECTIONS NOT SO HlW *ui'
BE FOREVER BARRED ^ |
Date of the first publication of
Notice of Administration *ep
HARRIFTHEIMAN
ALLAN ADELIN
As Personal Representatives of w
E.Ute of HELEN ADEU^
ATTORNEY FOR PER-S'
REPRESENTATIVE
SAMUEL FRIED
SHAPIRO. FRIED. WEIL
ASCHEER
407 Lincoln Road Suit* 10B
Miami Beach. Florida 33!J
By Samuel Fried
Telephone ,M6'53^?, j.
0d i
if


ay, September 24, 1976
LEOAL NOTICE ~
rTfi the circuit court of the "~
, 1TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
NERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
Case No. 7t-2MU
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
RE THE MARRIAGE OF:
i,IE SELLERS, wife and
yjjE PHILLIP SELLARS,
iband.
CLYDE PHILLIP SELLARS
c o Rudgers Barber Shop
2 8 George Street
New Brunswick. New Jersey
OV ARE HEREBY notified that a
Ition for Dissolution of Marriage has
n filed against you and you are
hv required to serve a copy of your
we'r or other pleading to the Petition
the Wife's Attorney. LESTER
SERS, whose address Is 1454 NW 17
mi- Miami. Florida 33128, and file
il with the Clerk of the above
bed Court on or before this 22nd day
October, 187B. or a Default will be
red against you.
\TKI> this 13th day of September,
6
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By L. Barnard
Sept. 17, 24; Oct. 1.8.1976
INTHE CIRCUIT COURT OF
OADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 76 5579
Division Joseph Nesbitt
STATE OF
M UTNF.R.
Deceased
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS
M WHS AGAINST THE ABOVE
\TF. AND ALL OTHER PERSONS
KI'.KSTKD INTHE ESTATE:
hi ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
administration of the estate of OTTO
LTNER, deceased. File Number 76-
11 |>,'nding In the Circuit Court for
I > h County, Florida. Probate
isiim the address of which Is Dade
nl\ <'.>nrt House. 73 West Flagler
i Miami. Florida The personal
n tentative of the estate is BAR-
BANK OF MIAMI BEACH. N.A..
address Is 420 Lincoln Road Mall.
ml Beach, Florida 33139. The name
address of the personal
resentatlve'i attorney are set forth
ii
I persons having claims or demands
?Inst the estate are required.
THIN THREE MONTHS FROM
|K PATE OF THE FIRST
BL1CATTON OF THIS NOTICE, to
i with the clerk of the above court a
Ittin statement of any claim or
nand they may have. Each claim
si in writing and must Indicate the
|ts for the claim, the name and ad-
of the creditor or his agent or
bi and the amount claimed If
[claim is not yet due. the date when It
me due shall be stated If the
! t i ontin^ent or unliquidated, the
ure of the uncertainty shall be
ed If the claim Is secured, the
unty shall be described. The
jlniant shall deliver sufficient copies
lie claim lo the clerk to enable the
r> mall one copy to each personal
itive
11. persons Interested In the estate to
copy of this Notice of
nlstratlon has been mailed are
lured, WITHIN THREE MONTHS
DM THE DATE OF THE FIRST
5LICATION OF THIS NOTICE, to
I any objections they may have that
llenges the validity of the decedent's
I the qualifications of the personal
:atlve. or the venue or
in of the court
CLAIMS, DEMANDS. AND
JECTIONS NOT BO FILED WILL
I VERBARRED
I the first publication of this
' \dmlnlstratlon Sent. 17 1976
SETT BANK OF
Ml BEACH, N.A.
Hv Victor Ililefonso
Trust Officer
il Representative ol the
ofOTTOMAUTNER
Deceased
FOR PERSON Al-
t' ivnvK
M \\\
VTES, P A.
!S 1.1 HUM ANN
J: '"In Itoad. Suite 206
Beach, Fla 33138
I 681 7673
Sept 17. 24, 1976
NOTICE OF ACTION
[ CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
(THE CIRCUITCOURTOFTHE
lEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DADECOUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 76-17*4
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
THE MARRIAGE OF
pBE MENDIZABAL, Petitioner.
:
I MENDIZABAL,
>ndent
lUMBERTO MENDIZABAL
lence Unkonwn
r MUC HEREBY NOTIFIED that
etion for Dissolution of Marriage
K'en filed against you and you are
'red to serve a copy of your written
Jises. If any. to it on MICHAEL A
I address Is 28 West Flagler Street,
nl. Florida, and Hie the original
[the clerk of the above styled court
Thefore Octobers, 1876: otherwise a
kit will be entered against you for
Vllef demanded In the complaint or
~n.
notice shall be published once
I* k for four consecutive weeks In
JJKWISH FLORID LAN
TNF.SS my hand and the seal of
pourt at Miami. Florida on this 27th
1 August, 1976.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
ByN A. Hewett
As Deputy Clerk
ult Court Seal)
BAELA.LIPSKY.P.A.
[st Flagler Street. Suite 550
V. Florida 33130
ney for Petitioner
Sept. 8.10,17. 84.1876
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LEGAL NOTICE
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 74-28215
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF
EMANUELF. MANCINI.
Petitioner,
and
YADIRAABELLOde MANCINI,
Respondent.
TO: YADIRA ABELLO de MANCINI
P.O. BOX 904
Barranqullla. Colombia
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 ROBERT H
BURNS. ESQ.. attorney for Petitioner,
whose address Is 420 Lincoln Road.
Suite 450. Miami Beach. Florida 33139.
and file the original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before October
20. 1976: otherwise a default will be
entered against you for the relief
demanded In the complaint or petition.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks In
THE JEWISH Fl.ORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said court at Miami, Florida, on this
10th day of September. 1976.
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By L. Sneeden
As Deputy Clerk
I Circuit Court Seal I
ROBERT H. BURNS. ESQ.
LAW OFFICES OF
BURNS & ARNOVITZ
420 Lincoln Road. Suite 450
Miami Beach. Florida 33139
1538-44211
Attorney for Petitioner
Sept. 17. 24: Oct. 1.8.1876
LEGAL NOTICE
Retired Reporter, Finkelstein, Dies
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOFTHE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DADECOUNTY
Civil Action No. H-JtlU
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF
CLAIRE GUTFREUND STECKERL.
Petitioner,
and
CHARLES STECKERL.
Respondent.
TO:CHARLES STECKERL
P.O. Box 567
Barranqullla. Colombia
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 ROBERT H
BURNS, ESQ.. attorney for Petitioner,
whose address Is 420 Lincoln Road.
Suite 450. Miami Beach. Florida 33138.
and file the original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before October
20. 1876. otherwise a default will be
entered against you for the relief
demanded In the complaint or petition.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks In
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said court at Miami. Florida, on this
10th dav of September. 1876
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By L Sneeden
As Deputy Clerk
iCIrcult Court Seal I
ROBERT H BURNS. ESQ
LAW OFFICES OF
BURNS II ARNOVITZ
420 Lincoln Road. Suite 450
Miami Beach. Florida 33139
(538-4421 I
Attorney for Petitioner
Sept. 17.24; Oct. 1.8. 1976
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NOPROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIALCIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DADECOUNTY
Civil Action No. 76-26554
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE JUSTINA GUTIERREZ
DE HIDALGO
Wife Petitioner
and
JUAN HIDALGO.
Husband Respondent
TO: JUAN HIDALGO
Jlron Ireto
225 Apartment 101
Brena. Lima. Peru
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 MAX A.
GOLDFARB. attorney for Petitioner,
whose address Is 19 West Flagler Street,
Room 816. Miami. Florida 33130. and file
the original with the clerk of the above
styled court on or before October 2i,
1976; otherwise a default will be entered
against you for the relief demanded In
the complaint or petition.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks In
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said court at Miami. Florida, on this
14th day of September. 1876 __
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By C. P. Copeland
As Deputy Clerk
tClrcult Court Seal)
MAX A GOLDFARB
Attorney for Plaintiff
19 W Flagler Street
Miami. Florida 88180
Phone No. 305-371-25S8
AttomeyforPeUUonerMOcti8m8
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 76 5856
Division33
IN RE: ESTATE OF
SEDIE FREEMAN
Deceased
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS
OR DEMANDS AGAINST THE ABOVE
ESTATE AND ALL OTHER PERSONS
INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE :
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
the administration of the estate of
SEDIE FREEMAN, deceased. File
Number 76-5856, Is pending In the Cir-
cuit 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 JOSEPH W MALEK.
whose address Is 350 Lincoln Road,
fulte 501, Miami Beach. Florida 33139
The name and address of the personal
representative's attorney are set forth
he low
All persons having claims or demands
against the estate are required,
WITHIN THREE MONTHS FROM
THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE, to
file with the clerk of the above court a
written statement of any claim or
demand they may have. Each claim
must be In writing and must indicate the
basis for the claim, the name and ad-
dress of the creditor or his agent or
attorney, and the amount claimed. If
the claim Is not yet due, the date when It
will become due shall be stated. If the
claim is contingent or unliquidated, the
nature of the uncertainty shall be
stated. If the claim is secured, the
security shall be described. The
claimant shall deliver sufficient copies
of the claim to the clerk to enable the
clerk to mall one copy to each personal
representative.
All persons Interested In the estate to
whom a copy of this Notice of
Administration has been mailed are
required, WITHIN THREE MONTHS
FROM THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE, to
file any objections they may have that
challenges the validity of the decedent's
will, the qualifications of the personal
representative, or the venue or
jurisdiction of the court.
ALL CLAIMS. DEMANDS. AND
OBJECTIONS NOT SO FILED WILL
BE FOREVER BARRED.
Date of the first publication of this
Noliceof Administration: Sept 17, 1976
JOSEPH W MALEK
As Personal Representative of the
Estate of SEDIE FREEMAN
Deceased
ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL
REPRESENTATIVE:
JOSEPH W. MALEK
850 1 .incoln Road. Suite 501
Miami Beach, Florida 33139
Telephone: 538-4431
Sept. 17.24. 1976
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the
undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
COMMUNITY MENTAL HEALTH AS-
SOCIATIONS at 996S Interama Blvd..
worm Miami Heacn. via., intends to
register said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
COMMUNITY MENTAL HEALTH
ASSOCIATES, INC.
A Florida Corp.
MORTON B ZEMEL
Attorney for Applicant
Sept. 17, 24; Oct. 1,8,1976
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the
undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
TORAS EMES SCHOOL at 311
Washington Ave., In the City of Miami
Beach. Florida. Intends to register the
said name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 26th day
of August. 1976.
TORAS EMES SCHOOL
OF MIAMI. INC.
DANIEL RETTER, ESQUIRE
Attorney for Applicant
Sept. 3. 10.17.24. 1976
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NOPROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUITCOURTOFTHE
ELEVENTH JUDICIALCIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DADECOUNTY
Civil Action No. 74-28200
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF
DIANE HUSARIK.
and
ANDREW A. HUSARIK
TO: ANDREW A HUSARIK
46 Wilson Avenue
South Glens Falls.
New York
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 ALBERT L
CARRICARTE. ESQ., attorney for
Petitioner, whose address Is 2491 NW
7th Street. Miami. Florida 33125, and
file the original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before Oct. 22.
1976: otherwise a default will be entered
against you for the relief demanded In
the complaint or petition.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks In
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said court at Miami. Florida, on this 8th
day of September, 1876.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By Willie Bradshaw Jr.
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
AI.BERT L. CARRICARTE, ESQ.
2481 NW 7th Street
Miami. Florida 33128
Attorney for Petitioner
Phone No. 648-7817
Sept. 17.24; Oct. 1.8. 197*
Benjamin Finkelstein, 80, a
New York Tribune and Herald
Tribune reporter for 50 years,
died in Miami Beach on Sept. 16.
Mr. Finkelstein worked as a
sportswriter, general assignment
and police reporter during his
journalism career and upon
retirement in 1967 moved to
Miami Beach. He was a founder
and treasurer of the Newspaper
Reporters Association of New
York, which later became the
New York Press Club, and a
member of the Society of
Silurians. Mr. Finkelstein is
survived by Mrs. Marion Millet
and Mrs. Paul Thier. his
daughters: Mrs. J. Frances
Adamski. a sister; and six
grandchildren. Services were
held on Sept. 19 at the Jeffer
Funeral Home in New York.
Pioneer Miamian BillFarr Dies
William (Bill) Farr, 71, owner
of Farr Tours which was founded
in 1927 in Miami Beach, died
Monday in Mount Sinai Medical
Center.
Mr. Farr was born in McKees-
port. Pa. After attending the
University of Pittsburgh, he
came to Miami in 1924 and
graduated from the University of
Miami.
He founded the SKAL Cl b of
INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOFTHE
11TH JUDICIALCIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
CASE NO. 76-26726
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
IN RE THE MARRIAGE :
JOE FRANKLIN COOKS
Husband-Petitioner
and
ALICE COOKS,
Wife-Respondent
YOU, ALICE COOKS, who resides at
Route 1. East. PO Box 157. Momence.
Illinois 60954. are hereby notified to file
your answer to the Petition for
Dissolution of Marriage with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court and mall a copy to
petitioner's attorney. MARSHALL
IVES. ESQ.. 9215 SW 144 St.. Miami,
Florida 33176, on or before the 8th ,'ivnl
October, 1976. or this Petition for
Dissolution of Marriage filed against
you will be taken as confessed.
Dated this 26th of August, 1976. at
Miami. Dade County. Florida.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Hv A F Muscorella
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
Sept 3,10. 17. 24. 1976
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the
undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
JEWISH FLORIDIAN MARKETING 41
at 925 41 St.. Miami Beach. Fla., Intend
to register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida
FRED K. SHOCHET
SUZANNE SHOCHET
MARCY LEFTON
Sept. 10. 17,24: Oct. 1,1876
Miami and served as its
president, and was a past
director of the Better Business
Bureau of South Florida.
He is survived by his wife,
Katherine; a brother, Aaron;
two sisters, Mrs. Irene
Schlesinger and Mrs. Sylvia
Solomon.
Services were held Wednesday
in the Newman Funeral Home.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
LIBERTY ANTIQUES COIN AND
STAMP SHOP. INC., at 1235 SW 8th
Street. Miami Florida 33135, Intends to
register sa'.a name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
LUIS PITA
Sept. 24; Oct. 1.8, 15, 1876
------------NoTIce* UNDER--------------
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious n.im of
JEMAR MEDICAL CENTER INC.. at
285 NW 27th Avenue. Miami. Florida
33125, intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida
SYLVIA ARISTA
Sept. 24; Oct 1.8, 15, 1876
GELB
MONUMENTS INC.
Open fvrry Day Closed' Sobbatri
140 SW 57th Avenue
Phone 266-7888
friendship...
means someone cares
CORDON FUNERAL HOME/
Sirrtni Ml Itmin Community unct 111!
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CONItRVATIVC
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ImjnutlGoiConi 19461 Ike GofMn
Hun/Gordonll964) limn B Gordon
Telephone 858 5544
Levitt M
memorial ehspel*
tttl P.mor... N. 1IM! w OKI* Hy.
Hollywood, fla. North Miami, Fla.
(?i.>2O0 aat.alis
SONNY LEVITT, F.D.
When a loss occurs
away from home.
FOREST PARK CHAPEL, INC.
Here and in New York,
to .assure swift and
understanding service.
Dade County
949-1656
13385 West Dixie Highway
Repfocnted by S levitt, f D.
New York: (212) 263-7600 Queens Blvd & 76th R Broward County
925-3396
1121 Pembroke Rd


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CONTINUES TO GROW
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MEMBER OF THE PEOPLES GROUP OF NATIONAL BANKS OF DADE COUNTY WITH TO-
TAL RESOURCES IN EXCESS OF $200,000,000.00.
OUR NEW BUILDING JUST COMPLETED AT NORTHEAST SECOND AVENUE AND FOURTH
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IN EVERY RESPECT, WITH AUTO DRIVE-IN AND WALK-UP FACILITIES. WE HAVE AC-
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FOR FREE PARKING SPACE FOR OUR CUSTOMERS.
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CATER TO THOSE WHO PREFER THAT LOCATION, AND THIS WILL BE KNOWN AS
THE NORTHEAST FIRST AVENUE BRANCH FACILITY.
reRMA^LY disabled" FREE check,ng service to sen,or citizens and those
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LIST OF OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS OF THE PEOPLES DOWNTOWN NA HONAL BANK
ROLAND STAFFORD
Chairman of the Board
and President
AGNES BARBER-BLAKE
Vice Chairman of lie Board
ANTHONY REBELLO
Assistant President
ANTOINETTE DEL GESSO
Senior Vice President
G JAMES HUGHES
Executive Vice Presided
JOHNJORGENSEN
Vice President
WINFRED OORSETT
Vice President
JOSEPH GIGLIO
Vice President
FRANK WILLER
Vice President
CHARLES ELDREDGE
Vice President
OLIMPIA LEDERMAN
Vice President
BLANCA COBO
Vice Pres*3ent
ANNA EARP
Vice President
JOHN H MERCER
Vice President
LYNNENTREKIN
Cashier
KATHERINE BAXTER
Assistant Vice President
MARY TALCOTT
Assistant Vice President
ONALEE GIMENEZ
Assistant Vice President
ALEJANDRINA DELGADO
Assistant Vice President
CHRISTAL McGRIFF
Assistant Vice President
MARIA VIERA
Assistant Vice President
WALTER BLAKE
Assistant Vice President
ANTOINETTE HICKS
Assistant Castiier
NORA HERNANDEZ
Assistant Casn.er
BOARD OF DIRECTORS AND ADVISORY COUNCIL
AGNES BARBER-BLAKE
Vice Chairman of the Boaro
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EDNAM BELL
P'esident People; f
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B BOYD BENJAMIN
Executive Vice President
Freeman and Soni
'Wilrna Bereni
Vice Pi.
ol the BanK
WILLIAM BYRD
Vice President and Trust
Officer Peoples F.rst
National Bank of
Miami Shores
STEPHEN P CLARK
Vice President
Clark Construction Cc 'nc
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President Conner
Lite Insurance Company
R BELVIN COOPER
Vice President Conge.
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>P6 BRIGnt Week Of SIX nOll^yg Friday. September 24, 1976 Section C
new yeap m isRael:
A 23-Cay CeleBPation

The Jewish New Year in Israel begins not with
one-night revel but with a 23-day season. Com-
Lp ssed into three bright weeks are no less than
Jix full holidays, and nine demi-days which find
Israelis praying and fasting, feasting and singing.
raveling and picnicking.
It's not difficult for anyone to lose track of time
luring this first month of the Jewish year, when
jriiips and banks seem to open and close by some
knnd design unknown to mere mortals, and the
}ow of days can leave you body-weary but soul-
efreshed.
FOR THE visitor from abroad, the High Holy
lay period in Israel offers a vacation at the
i irce of a spiritual tradition which has kept its
ga and meaning through millennia. The
I summer weather is ideal for all activities
i the most contemplative to the most
ted, The swelter has already gone out of the
|ii\ s, vet the sun still keeps the beach sands hot
. the air dry and clear.
rael becomes a living encyclopaedia of tastes.
Is and observances that Jews have brought
riih them from 80 lands. And all of these can be
Diuul in synagogues throughout the country and
homes that open their doors to the unique
I.M.rt the Israeli" program.
ROSH HASHONAH. the "Head of the Year,"
irmally opens the High-Holy-Day season on
f? da\ evening, Sept. 24. coinciding this year
Ith the Sabbath. The two-day celebration is
d with prayers for a new year of peace and
ity.
Rosh Hashonah is traditionally the birthday of
j n when all individuals, families and
arc judged according to their past ac-
ons The sound of the shofar, the rani's horn.
y from synagogues and along the length oi
Western Wall during morning services.
n all those who hear to "Reflect on your
i ind repent, and remember your Creator.
Look to your soul- and mend your ways and
ion those who forget the truth because of the
pipty vanities of life, who all their years go
y following vanity and folly which neither
or save
JEWISH homes celebrate the New Year with
SI ve meals and family gatherings. Before the
meals, it is the custom in most communities to eat
a piece of bread and a slice of apple dipped in
honey to symbolize "that a good and sweet year
may be renewed for us."
Israeli tables, with rites varying among dif-
ferent immigrant groups, are also filled with sym-
bolic foods such as pomegranates, whose many
seeds denote fertility and a multiplication of good
deeds, and headmeat, particularly the head of a
sheep in Sephardi homes, and of a fish in
Ashkenazi homes.
Besides symbolizing the "Head of the Year."
these are eaten with the hope that "we may be the
head and not the tail." Israeli bakeries all sell the
popular round challahs. denoting the yearly cycle,
which are enjoyed by Jews from the Occident and
Orient alike.
THE INTERESTING custom of tashlich. the
"casting" of the old year's transgressions into the
depths, is performed by groups of observant Jews
on the first day of Rosh Hashonah. along the
entire seashore, the banks of rivers and the edges
of nearly every body of water including wells and
the ancient pools of Jerusalem.
Many Israeli families will use the long Rosh
Hashonah weekend to visit friends and travel to
the beach, to their favorite picnic spot, or to
camping grounds. Although bus service closes
down everywhere except Haifa and East Jeru-
salem, taxis and other transportation is available
and. of course, private cars may be rented before
the holiday in all major cities.
THE TEN days between and including Rosh
Hashonah and Yom Kippur are known as the
Days of Awe. for tradition says that it is during
this week when the fate of the world hangs in the
balance before the Holy One.
It is a time of soul-searching and repentance,
when life tries to continue normally in Israel but
is a perceptible bit slower. By doing penitence
during these days, the faithful believe that the
Heavenly decree can be changed or softened.
The Sabbath of Repentance, which falls this
year on Oct. 2, is marked, inter alia, by special
sermons in the synagogues to arouse the con-
gregations to good deeds. On these days as well.
Continued on Page 15-C
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lade of the 103 hostages rescued by the Israeli forces.
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Russia Lies Like
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Upon jewRy's heaRt
By JONATHAN SCHENKER
Public Information Officer
National Conference
On Soviet Jewry
ON AUGUST 12. 1952, the 24
leading Jewish writers in the
U.S.S.R. among them poets
Peretz Markish. Itzik Feiffer,
Shmuel Persov. I.eib Kvitko and
David Hofsteyn were executed
in Moscow's Lublianka prison.
This was no random pogrom,
rather a calculated attempt by
the Soviet authorities to murder
Jewish culture in the silence of
one Moscow night. In the last 24
years Soviet leaders have
remained faithful to Stalin's
policy of prohibiting Jewish
cult ral and educational
facile, 's.
The xecutions occurred as the
final act of a long process. Just
prior to the executions, between
1948 and 1952. some 431 out-
standing Jewish artists were
arrested. They included 217
writers, 108 actors, 87 painters
and sculptors as well as 19
musicians.
MOST OF these prisoners died
in Soviet prison camps. At the
same time, thousands of Jewish
journalists and academics were
purged from their jobs in a vast
anti-Jewish hysteria which the
Soviet authorities consciously
planned.
These acts were not only
committed to rid the Soviet
Union of certain Jews, but to
forewarn others who may want to
write, to dance, to draw, to think
and choose their own culture
instead of that imposed on them
by the regime.
Though Jewish and Yiddish
culture was allowed in the Soviet
Union, by the mid-1930s the
Jewish section of the Comunist
Party which controlled all
schools, libraries, newspapers
and theaters was abolished. As
Stalin sought to secure relations
with Nazi Germany. anti-Semitic
propaganda in the form of
decrees against Zionism was
launched and most Yiddish
institutions were shut down.
Before World War Two there
were ten Yiddish theaters, and as
late as 1940 100.000 youngsters
were in Yiddish schools.
WITH THE 1939 pact between
Germany and the Soviet Union,
.lews were officially excluded
from every institution that dealt
with foreign affairs and national
security. The war stopped the
anti-Semitic measures, but by
1948 Stalin initiated an era of
horror, referred to as "the Black
Years," for Jews in the USSR.
All Jewish communal cultural
institutions were destroyed,
including publishing houses and
printing presses which had
produced a total of 100
publications in the previous three
years. The era began with the
murder by the secret police of
Solomon Mikhoels, a dis-
tinguished Jewish actor.
Mikhoels had been sent to
Continued on Page 2-C
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Continued from Page 1 C
Minsk on an official mission as a
member of the Stalin Prize com-
mittee. Late at night on Jan. 13,
1948, he was summoned from his
hotel room by a Communist
Party official. The next morning,
his bruised and bloody corpse
was found near the railroad
station.
THE REPORTED "accidental
death" was eventually
discovered; the Soviet secret
police had killed Mikhoels by
running him over with a truck. A
Jewish theater critic who had ac-
companied him, Golubov-
Potapov, suffered the same fate.
The murdered Mikhoels was
given a magnificent funeral in
Moscow by the government. His
body lay in state at the Jewish
State Theatre, and tens of
thousands of Jews came to pay
their last respects in death.
The dishonesty of the official
report of "death by accident"
swiftly became apparent. A
Jewish detective who began his
own investigation of the "ac-
cident" disappeared and was
never seen again.
ON SEPT. 21,1948, Ehrenberg
writing in Pravda delivered the
opening blows of the new
campaign. He warned Soviet
Jews that their identifying with
Jews in other countries would
prove their disloyalty to the
Soviet Union.
The last issue of Eynikayt
appeared on Nov. 20, 1948. and
then the Jewish Anti-Fascist
Committee was disbanded. There
followed the liquidation of the
Yiddish Ernes publishing house,
the bi-monthly Heymland, a
Yiddish newspaper in Kiev,
Jewish libraries, the last two
Yiddish schools, professonial
theaters and amateur artistio
groups. Jewish books disap-
peared into "restricted collec-
tions" in libraries.
THE ATMOSPHERE was
further polluted by Stalin s anti-
cosmopolitanism" campaign of
1949-1951 which produced
humiliating debasing anti-Jewish
propaganda and caused the
dismissal of thousands of Jewish
professionals and artists
The Soviet policy which cul-
Continued on Page 12-C
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KIBBUTZ YAGUR near
Haifa adopted Prisoner of
Conscience Anatoly Altman, and
has since been in constant
contact with the prisoner who is
not expected to be released until
June, 1980. Altman was arrested
along with a number of other
Soviet Jewish activists in June,
1970. and a defendant in the first
Leningrad trial. During the court
proceedings Altman, who has
previously applied for an exit
visa to Israel, admitted having
participated in the publication of
the newspaper Iton, but insisted
that the paper's contents were in
no way anti-Soviet.
Sentenced to 10 years in a
strict regime camp, the following
excerpts are from a diary kept by
a number of prisoners and
smuggled to Kibbutz Yagur:
Diary of Camp 35:
Perm District
May 1975: Copies of complaints
and appeals sent to various
officials for various reasons, were
confiscated from a group of
prisoners as "slanderous"
documents. The head of the
special squad, Lt. Rogozov,
explained to one of the prisoners
that this was done in order to
"prevent them from being trans-
ferred overseas."
May 26: The prolonged
argument between Altman and
the administration (Altman tried
to observe the requirements of
the Judaic religion and wore a
beard) had ended. Altman was
handcuffed and his beard was
shaved off by force. Lt.
Nikolayev, who personally
directed the shaving, had drawn
up a report on "shwoing
resistance."
May 29: Altman declared a
hunger strike. The tension was
rising about twenty other
prisoners were ready to support
his hunger strike. They
demanded the revocation of the
order to deprive them of visits.
May 30: The head of the camp,
Maj. Pimenov, had a talk with
Altman and agreed that
Nikolayev s report was untrue.
He ordered a substitute for the
Continued on Page 4-C
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exceRPts CRom a. Soviet lew's 6iapv
Continued from Page 3-C |
deprivation of visits by depriving
Altman of the right to use the
camp's kiosk.
June 1: Sunday is declared to
be a working day "because of
production necessity."
June 3: Lt. Nikolayev forbids I.
Valdman to go out to work for
having 'violated the clothing
regulations" (Valdman carried
his overcoat in his hand). Im-
mediately afterwards an "act''
was drawn up about Valdman s
"not going out to work."
June 4-7: Lt. Nikolayev re-
ported on a group of prisoners,
among them A. Knokh, for
having "drunk tea during
working time." Following that
report one of the prisoners was
deprived of a visit (for the third
time in the last eight months)
another, deprived of his right to
use the camp's kiosk another,
again, of his right to receive a
larcel.
June 8: An "inventory" is con-
ducted in the camp, i.e., the
things of the prisoners kept in
a special store are checked and
searched. Each prisoner is
supposed to carry his belongings
from the storehouse (it is usually
closed) to his living quarters
where they are checked by the
authorities. When two prisoners
refused to take part in this "self-
search." they were immediately
sent to the punishment cells.
Another prisoner. D. Rasarab.
who is serving his 23rd year in
camp, is a second group invalid
and already had two heart at-
tacks, refused to carrv his
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checked in the storehouse. The
answer: deprivation of his right
to use the kiosk, to receive a
parcel and a visit.
June 9: A group of 14 prisoners
declare a hunger strike protesting
against the mistreatment of
prisoners by the deputy head of
the camp. Capt. Polyakov. Some
of thorn were sent to the punish-
ment ward for 10-15 days, others
were deprived of their various
rights as a punishment for their
behavior. After a conversation
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Kakovsky, the deputy head of
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Kiev Regional Executive Com-
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India's 'Qoo6 Relations' With IsragI Since the Beginning
By JOSEPH POLAKOFF
INDIA'S government, her
leaden stress, favors good
relal ions with all nations.
Speaking in the Kremlin June 8
during her visit to Moscow,
Prime Minister Indira Ghandi
forthrightly emphasized "the
world is large enough for people
of different beliefs and ideologies
to live together and flourish, but
it is too small to survive con-
frontation which might result in a
holocaust."
Later, in Washington, Ambas-
sador T. N. Kaul. who was
previously India's Foreign
Minister and its envoy to the
So\ iet Union, asserted, "We'll be
friendly with another country to
the extent that country is
friendly with us."
WHY THEN, one wonders,
ha- the government of India
taken such a cool and alf at-
titude for 29 years toward Israel
and even worsened relations
during the past year? Israel has
in", it done India any harm in any
sphere. On the contrary. Israel
earnestly and consistently
-ou^ht normal diplomatic and
trade relations.
\t a most critical juncture,
when India and Pakistan were at
war in 1971. Israel supported
India while the Arab states
ked Pakistan. Nevertheless,
i forbidding outlook
continues toward Israel while it
loxkally warms toward her
enemies,
In the past year alone. India
Mini tor the UN (ieneral
Assembly's infamous anti-
Zionisl resolution, while the tiny
on her border Nepal and
Bhutan courageously refused
condemn Zionism anil ab-
stained
INDIA ALSO led the 20-
member United Nations Com-
mittee ]ti of which have no
relations with Israel in
demanding Israel's withdrawal
In next .June 1 from the ter-
ritories -he administers but made
i" mention of the need for the
to recognize Israel's right
t" exisl nor that two Security
I Council resolutions demand the
tales and Israel settle their
differences by direct negotiations
between them.
F.ven economically distressed
Britain, which tries desperately
to stay on good terms with India,
publicly condemned the India-led
idea, saying outsiders cannot
late a settlement nor set a
mil tor it
Israeli Indian relations have
Joseph Polakoff, the Jewish
* legraphic Agency's
U ashington Bureau chief,
ntly traveled in India for
! month, meeting Jews in
i of its cities, talking with
numerous other Indians and
rners and culminating
-it :cith talks at the
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partition of Palestine and Israel's
birth.
TWO YEARS later, however,
she recognized Israel. Although
Israel immediately sought ex-
changes of ambassadors. India
barred diplomatic relations for
six years. Finally in 1955. she
allowed Israel to establish a
consulate-general in Bombay
where it has existed ever since
despite three Arab-Israeli wars in
which India sympathized with
the Arabs
To this day. India has had no
diplomatic mission in Israel.
Israeli diplomats, including its
Consuls-General, are not invited
to India. The present Consul-
General in Bombay, Yeshua
Trigor, has been snubbed and
isolated.
While the export trade of Israel
and India reaches toward $10
billion, exchange between them is
slight, about S5 million annually
during the past few years.
Diamonds form the chief com-
modity. Israel shipping to India,
once worthy of note, is now
virtually nil.
WHILE INDIAs media the
television and radio are gover-
nment-run and the newspapers
are governmentally guided is
harsh on Israel, it is even harsher
on America. Washington favored
Pakistan in the war and it has cut
off foreign aid after years of vast
assistance to India. Whether the
U.S. will supply nuclear fuel that
India requires is uncertain, given
Washington's worry over the
proliferation of atomic weapons
This parallelism in Indian
policy leads to a theory that
Indian-Israeli relations would get
better if U.S.-Indian ties im-
proved.
In attacking Israei and sup-
porting the Arab-Communist
bloc, the theory goes. India and
its Third World allies really are
assailing the United States
because, they seem to consider,
by weakening Israel they les en
America's influence in Asia ani'
Africa and cause leftist critics of
American foreign policy to
demand more U.S. ention to
the Third World.
CONVERSELY, should the
U.S. adopt a more favorable
position toward India that would
be reciprocated by a kindlier
India toward Israel as a con-
cession to America. Some think,
in rather strong terms, that
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India's 'G006 Relations'
Continued from Page 5-C
Israel is the test case in U.S.-
Indian relations.
If India warms toward Israel,
that in turn would encourage
Washington to look more sym-
pathetically upon India.
At least some validity for these
views was indicated in one
conversation at the Ministry o'
External Affairs in Delhi. Yoi
are looking at Indian-Israel
relations from too narrow t
base.' a specialist remarked
indicating the bilateral aspect i
linked to other factors.
HE WAS too artful a diplomat
to define his remark explicitly
but in the context of this and
other talks in India and in
America, a conclusion could be
rationally drawn that a better
Delhi-Jerusalem understanding
includes Washington some wav.
Specifically, about America, a '
Ministry specialist said that the
most important single fact for
India is rapid economic develop-
ment Only the United States is
in a position to provide it quickly
Until recently, the U.S. was not
even marginally interested in
development problems This is
the major difficulty between the
two countries the lack of U.S.
interest in matters of concern tc
India. It is up to the U.S. tc
decide what is of interest tc
America, he said. (Does one
surmise that this is where Israel
may fit?)
India's present policy toward
Israel is colored by its nonalign-
ment compact among Third
World countries engineered by
Yugoslavia's Tito, India's Nehru
and Egypt's Maguid and Nasser
in the early 1950s and their
cleverly designed campaigns that
edge toward and away from each
of the superpowers, obtaining
concessions in the process from
Moscow and Washington, in
turn.
In addition. India's com-
munication lines to Europe and
the West stretch across the
Middle East where it gets oil and
engages in trade
MORE BASIC, however, are
domestic factors that have
importantly determined India's
policy from Israel's beginnings.
Within her 600 million people are
more than sixty million Moslems.
Although Pakistan and India
have renewed relations and
resumed train travel between
them, Pakistan still smolders
over its ouster from Bangladesh
and India's incorporation of
Kashmir that is 90 percent Mos-
lem. In Kashmir. Moslems refer
to themselves as Kahmiris. a
euphemism for Pakistanis.
To help domestic unity and
All-India Congress control. Mos-
lems have extraordinary
positions in India's government
, far out of proportion to their
numbers. India's Moslems are
not hesitant to use their influence
to advance their culture and their
language. Urdu, in a manner
unlike, say. some Jews in high
positions in Western govern-
ments who shrink from forthright
support to Israel or to fight the
Arab boycott or oppose Soviet
emigration policy.
THEREFORE, to open the
lock on Indian-Israeli relations,
both a key and the proper twist of
the combination system is
necessary If Washington is the
key. Moslem influence within
India and on its borders is the
combination.
The unlocking, however, may
not be as difficult as it would
appear for India's Hindu and
Sikh peoples are alive to India's
future and see matters in a light
favorable to America. Israel and
the West. What are the factors?
First, if a sampling is in-
dicative of the whole, the more
than five hundred million Hindus
resent Indian policy being
manipulated by a Moslem
minority. Favoring Arab policv
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India, including any decrease in
prices of imported oU.
WHIL THE Soviet has
helped India during Americas
period of withdrawal of aid. India
looks to the United States for its
technology and economic
development
This is indicated by the m^re
than 12.000 Indian student? in
America compared with a scarce
several hundred in the Soviet
Union.
The English language and
British law. England's major
legacies to India, bind educated
Indians to the English-speaking
countries While perhaps four
percent of Indians speak English
they form about a third of all
literate Indians and English is
the onlv common language in all
India. which has 14 major
tongues
A TRAVELER on the Indian
airline has access to a half-dozen
English language dailies and
most passengers read them,
although other indigenous
language newspapers are
available. Indians now number
close to two million in Britain
alone and thev are numerous in
nu
lo*!
S4j
P-rts of the Common,*
growing ,n Amenca ^
the orientation is ever cl
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dozens of Hindu* and
various parts of j^r"
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was not tympathet c to 1
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more, many wen a]T
own govern:-. fe-
aloofness, atpecialh number more-
by industry and ilturefc
Continued on Pag li.(
1976 5737
Sincere best wishes for a
healthy, happy, prosperous New Year


iFriday, September24, 1976
vJenisti lkridli Page 7-C
On Visiting a Schul in IstanBul
By JACK SIEGEL
When I left Lod for Istanbul, it
Iwas with some trepidation.
Advice was the Jewish com-
Imunity there was not outgoing
land wouldn't be eager to talk.
Also. inter-governmental
(relations were touchy and while I
[wasn't asked to stay away. I
[wasn't recommended to go in
[with notebook open. But I had
[some names, one of a rabbi and
[the other a consular official. I had
la personal anxiety approaching
[Istanbul; my passport had not
[been stamped in Israel, at my
[own request, and I anticipated a
[Turkish official might be curious
about this and ask questions.
My boarding pass had been
[stamped (at my request) and I
[felt this would be sufficient
evidence I had been where I was
[coming from. There was a general
[anxiety, too, because as the El Al
[plane landed, an armed vehicle
[with personnel protruding circled
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and I faulted the climate in
Istanbul, hot and humid sur-
rounded by water. But the of-
ficials took little notice of me.
They stamped me and passed me
through.
AT THE hotel. I phoned the
official whose name I had and I
was asked, abruptly. 'Who
wants him?" It turned out he was
back in Israel and he had a
replacement. I spoke with him
and said I wanted to meet with
the people of the community and
perhaps he could lend a hand or
another name. He gave me a
reason why he was busy and said
he would call me either Friday or
Saturday, two days hence. He did
neither. So I was on my own and
if you don't understand Turkish,
you are very much on your own.
My need for direct contact
probably arose from a corollary
need not to expose that I was
Jewish. Turkey was, after all, a
country full of Moslems,
although not Arab. Nevertheless,
I enlisted the aid of the concierge
and through him got the name of
the biggest Synagogue and the
Rabbi, whose name I had
originally. This one was Neve
Sholom and the concierge gave
me printed directions. I chose to
walk, as it was Saturday.
I stopped young people who
looked as if they were university
students or older, well-dressed
men. The latter, if they were Jew-
ish, usually spoke French and
that became my clue to their
religious origin. I finally found
the schul and it was closed except
for an old gabbai. He spoke a few
words of English and I said, the
schul is closed on Saturday?
HE DIDN'T answer and when
1 asked for the rabbi he told me
the latter was on vacation. But he
allowed me inside. It was a
sturdy building with a high dome
and a bima and some stained
glass windows but it was empty
of congregants, except for one old
and one young man who were
singing. The gabbai gave me a
yarmalke and I listened for
a while wondering about the
history of the schul but the
gabbai was eager for me to leave,
so I left.
I wasn't happy with that
experience and back at the hotel
enlisted the aid of the concierge,
figuring if he was in cahoots with
the Arabs the damage was
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another schul, called Beit Israel,
and wrote on a piece of paper for
me: "Bomonti, Yahudi.
Havrasi."
IT SOUNDED hieroglyphic
but it worked wonders as I
walked there that evening. I
stopped one older man dressed in
a dark blue suit (it must have
been ninety degrees) and he
didn't speak English but did
speak French and so he turned
out Jewish. But he was not over-
whelmed with my request but
pointed me in the proper
direction and said to look for a
post office. It was a difficult
assignment because who knew
what a Turkish post office looked
like.
I walked up the main street
passing lots of small stores en
route. I remembered that most of
the Jews were businessmen, at
least that was the stereotype, and
while it is racist and prejudiced if
a gentile says he can tell a Jew by
looking at him, I feel I can tell.
But that was between us; when I
saw a man standing outside the
door of his shop, he looked like
my cousin Morris. I asked him
about the schul and he spoke in
French. He said he was a member
of the congregation. We talked a
bit and then he showed me how to
get to the schul.
I FOUND IT. In the courtyard
there was a room filled with
several men. One came out; he
was dressed well and wore a
yarmalke. In French I said I was
an American Jew, visiting, and
wanted to see the schul. He led
me in. There were several people
there. I couldn't tell if the schul
had been there years or was new
with the appearance of being old.
I asked the man. "It is not an an-
tiquity," he said. "Some years
ago we fixed it over." It was old-
looking inside but well kept.
I pointed at the people and
asked "What are they doing?"
"Singing Psalms," the man said.
When I asked how large the con-
gregation was, he became
defensive. I explained my in-
terest was not critical but
statistic. He said they had about
100 members.
"Do you read Hebrew?" he
asked. I told him once I could
when I was being Bar Mitzvah.
He clapped me on the shoulder in
an act of communion. "Are you a
businessman?" I asked. He
shook his head and said, "I work
in a factory." But he didn't
volunteer further and I didn't
ask. How many Jews in Istan-
bul? I said. Seventeen thousand,
he said, and twenty-five
thousand in all Turkey.
"Areyou free here?" I asked.
"Of course," he said, gesturing
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L'Shona Tova Tikesevu
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Arthur and Florence
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Ellen and Dick Rosichan,
Amy and Lori
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Rabbi Victor D. Zwelling Cantor Jack Lerner
Congregation President. Emanuel Brown
Sisterhood President. Mrs. Joel Laube
Men's Club President. Hy Schutzer
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to the Entire Jewish Community
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6101 N.W. 9th Street
Margate, Florida 33063
A Conservof/Ve Synagogue
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Dr. Tiber H. Stern. Rabbi
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Si s/ Wishes for a Happy New Year To All. .
The Miami Chapter
Mrs. Harvey Friedman. President
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Mrs Jean Feinberg. President
Hebrew Educations
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lesl W ishes for a Good New Year
falph P. Kingaley, Rabbi
King Shulkes, Cantor
farbara S. Ramsay
I minis! rat or
kephanie King
lirector of Education
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11 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach. Florida
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Worshippers and Friends
Tzvi Schur, Rabbi
Alex Kleiman, President
Morris Brafman. Chairman of the Board
Simon Shukin, Financial Secretary
Julius Dubin, Recording Secretary
"she Yehuda Berger, Cantor
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8900 SW 107th Ave., Miami
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Edwin Farber, Rabbi Marvin Baida, President
Rhea Wilson, Sisterhood President
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Gert Fleischer South Dade
Katie Sherman Southwest
Barbara Shapiro Sunset Lakes
Linda Martin, President
Lois Apotheker, Executive Committee Chairman
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and Let's Make Brotherhood our Pledge for 5737
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CENTERS OF
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Donald J. Reiff, President
Myron A. Berezin, Executive Director
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Beth Solomon
1031 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach
Dr. David Raab\ Rabbi Nathan Parnass, Cantor
Mr. Max Marin, President
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6438 SW Eighth Street
Cantor William Golembe
David Moskowitz. President
May the New Year Bring Sholom to all Mankind
Ahavat Shalom
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985 SW 67th Avenue
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from Rabbi Zvi Raphaely and Members
The
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Rosh Hashona Greetings
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for a Happy and Prosperous New Year
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A Happy New Year To All
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Dr. Joseph A. Gorfinkel Dr. Daniel ,J Fingerer
Rabbi Emeritus Rabbi
Herbert L. Lelchuk
President
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We Wish All Our Friends
A Healthy and Happy New Year
"And Shalom in the World"
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celebrating the Golden Jubilee of the founding of
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vJewisti Fhridlian
I Page 11-C
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In the Prayer for a Year of Peace
Rabbi Herbert M. Baumgard. D.H.L.
Mitchel Chefitz, Associate Rabbi
Rabbi Julian Cook, Educator
Bernard Goodman, President
Executive Vice President, Samuel Steen
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excegpts Crotd a 6iaRV
Continued from Page 4-C
punishment ward for seven days
Sept. 4: Altman had declared
that he assumed the status of a
political prisoner (certain rights
are given to those bearing this
status). On the 5th of September
he is deprived of the right to use
the kiosk and the right to receive
a parcel. On the 6th of September
he is deprived of a visit. On the
8th of September Altman is sent
to the punishment ward and
serves a 10-day term there. He is,
however, sent :>> ihe punishment
ward again in the evening of the
18th of September, where he was
just released from. This time the
term is 1A days.
Sept. 16-20: Mass protest by
prisoners in camp 35. letters
sent to the Central Committee of
the CPSU and to Podgorny in
connection with the arbitrary
activities and illegal actions com-
mitted in the zone. The author-- of
many of the letters of protest
warn that if their protests will
again be transferred to the low-
ranking authorities (to those
*Jkn irt fkridftatfi
Friday. Sep,mbw2
about whose actions the
prisoners were complainingl for
examination they will have "no
choice but to renounce their
Soviet citizenship and
to international hodies.
Russian Burt>en on thelewishheaRt
Continued from Page 2-C
minated on Aug. 12, 1952. left
three million Soviet Jews bereft
of poets, writers, actors, teachers,
leaders, theaters, artists and
communal institutions of any-
kind. Even the Yiddish linotype
machines had been smashed.
There was no one left to give
voice to simple grief, much less to
what was left of Jewish national
and religious sentiments. The
next generation might still be
Jews, but they would be dumb
and mute Jews, without poets,
THE EXECUTION of the
Jewish writers in the basement of
the I.ublianka Prison took place
less than one month after a trial
in which they were accused by
the Soviet government of being
enemies of the USSR, agents of
American imperialism and
bourgeois nationalist Zionists
The crimes committed against
the Jewish writers have never
been publicly acknowledged by
any official Soviet source Even
during the period following
Stalin's death, whenm,
other crimes wereS2L*
night of Aug d?U^
rt cognized.
While this absence dl
Soviet recognition ma-
function ol the invol .
post-war Soviet lead
crime, it also
commitment on the pan;1
present Soviet leadenh.,
perpetuation t
policies: Jewish cultun -'
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*Jenit> tkiHictr,
Page 13-C
I.
On Visitinc a Schul in Ist&nBUl
Continued from Page 7-C
around him. The street outside
was torn up and there were small
-tores with people I could not
identify.
"And Jews are in the govern-
ment ?"
He clucked with his tongue the
way people in the Middle East do
when they say a silent but em-
phatic no.
SO I left with a last look at the
schul; it was not like Beth
Hamedresh Hagodol in the south
Bronx where I was Bar Mitzvah.
On the main street, I passed the
store of the man 1 met in the
afternoon. He was closing up.
When he saw me. he greeted me,
and said "Are you an Italian?"
and 1 said "No. American," and I
told him 1 just had seen the
Congregation. Then he sidled up
to me and said, "Listen, perhaps
you know a certain Epstein who
lives in Brooklyn, New York?"
Earlier efforts to make contact
with the Jewish community were
unavailing since I was told the
leadership was out of Rome on
vacation. The rabbi, who was
spiritual head of the united com-
munity, was on holiday on the
Isle of Elba. All this came to-
gether by a Friday and since I
had an appointment with a
Vatican spokesman and spent the
rest of the morning touring St.
Peter*s and the Sistine Chapel. I
went that evening to the Jewish
synagogue on Lungotevere
Cenci.
I had come on foot past the
Piazza Venezia. a huge and
beautiful plaza, to get around it
to the rear where I was told the
schul was. I made my way
through tight darkness and small
cobbled streets which were over-
flowing with people. It was,
although I didn't know it at the
time, the Roman ghetto.
BUT I couldn't tell from the
people. The schul itself was on an
elegant street. It was a fine
building and had the look of time
on it but I discovered it was built
in the early 1900s.
Inside I had a strange feeling I
was in one of the side churches
inside St. Peter's. It was well and
richly built, the marble pillars
reaching to a high-domed ceiling.
From the rear, the impression of
the bima and what might be
called the apse was Christian.
Russia Supplies Arids
ethiopia ChaRqes
Somalia SuBveRSion
The Washington Post reported from Addis
Ababa that Ethiopia is formally accusing Somalia
of infiltrating agents and guerrillas into the
southern and eastern Ethiopian provinces prior to
a "full-scale" war.
In a 39-page memorandum circulated toother
African governments, the Ethiopians cite land
mine explosions, attacks on police and customs
posts, distribution of arms among Issa tribesmen
inside Ethiopia and at least two ambushes of
Ethiopian drought-relief teams since Dec. 14,
1975. At least nine Ethiopian policemen and local
officials were reported killed. The report added:
"SOMALIA LAYS claim to Ethiopia's eastern
Ogaden region as well as the French territory (of
the Afars and Issas) and Kenya's northern
frontier district The outbreak of war in the
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Soviet confrontation, since the United States is
Ethiopia's main arms supplier, while Somalia is
dependent on the Soviet Union for all its arms.
"Whether Moscow has any interest in pro-
voking a war at this point is not clear. But it has
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including at least 250 tanks. 400 armoured per-
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necessary for merely defensive purposes.
"The main presumed Soviet interest in the
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open to direct Somali invasion, to which Ethiopia
would have to react.
"Conditions in Africa for such a Somali in-
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Mauritania have openly violated the borders of
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1976
lsttael's G006 Relations
Continued from Page 6-C
strong position of leadership in
India.
AN AMERICAN in Delhi,
long familiar vith India, spoke of
the Sikhs this way: "The Sikhs,
all of those I know, admire the
Israelis because they, like the
Sikhs, defend their own people.
They fought the Moslems over
partition, too. To them, Israel is
heaven on earth because Israel
has done exactly what their
wisest gurus have said."
Without identifying himself as
Jewish, a traveler asked an
Indian Airlines crew captain
what he thought of Israel and his
government's policy toward it.
"Most people in India like and
admire Israel and sympathize
with Israel's struggle because of
what the Israelis have ac-
complished and what they stand
for in the world," he said ear-
nestly.
"Our policy is decided by high
politics to get more for India.
Israel has no oil. Israel is a small
country and by itself. There are
many Arab countries. But
India's policy will change. When
India has trouble with Pakistan,
the Arab countries support
Pakistan. So do the Moslems in
India. The next time India has
trouble with Pakistan maybe
over Kashmir again India may
find it useful to have Israel on its
side."
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EXPRESSING impatience
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the manager of a Calcutta bank
said "The Arab states should
have solved their Palestinian
refugee problem long ago like
India did after partition and not
use the camps as an excuse to
make continual war on Israel.
India should not help them with
that."
After he had remarked India's
policy was wrong, a hotel
manager was asked whether the
Indian government adheres to
the principle of fairness toward
Israel. "In business we
sometimes respect principle," he
replied, "but in diplomacy, prin-
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Israel's rescue operation at
Entebbe Airport electrified
Indians. First reports in the
English newspapers stressed its
"daring" and "boldness''
although in keeping with pro-
Arab policy they hedged the
rescue news with attacks from
Soviet and Arab sources and
later condemned the raids as in-
fringing on Uganda's
sovereignty.
A DELHI lawyer of high
standing said that he asked a
dozen colleagues what they
thought about Israel's deed and
he watched their faces when they
were responding. "All of them
were completely and sincerely for
the Israelis." he told this visitor.
In sum. India's official position
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it is customary to go on pilgrimages and walks to
Holy Places, especially in Jerusalem.
WITH THE chanting of the Kol Nidre prayer
at sundown on Oct. 3, Yom Kippur the Day of
Atonement will begin in full solemnity. Yom
Kippur has taken on a deeper, more powerful
meaning adding layers of national significance to
the bedrock of religious faith.
It is the holiest day of the Jewish calendar,
when tradition says, the fate of all men is sealed
for the coming year. On Yom Kippur, no traffic
moves as all Jews spend the day either fasting in
the synagogue or at home.
For the next three days, the pace begins to get
back to normal, when suddenly it's Sukkot the
Feast of Tabernacles. Observant Jews dwell, or at
NEW YEAR'S
'zrzr roie ,-;c"?
Vallarino
Export Co.
7359 NW 79th St., Miami 33126
Kelly's
Seafood
House
A Very Happy Rosh Hashonah To All
A Happy New Year To All. .
In Loving Remembrance Of
Our Parent Founders
Mr. & Mrs. Jacob Rabinowitz
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Rabinowitz
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Godstein
Miami Diamond Center
235 NE Fourth Street, Miami, Florida
Clouerleaf
Tiles
Extends to the Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy New Year
16585 NW 2nd Ave. -Phone: 947-5767
Barber
Lumber Co., Inc.
901 NW 71st Street, Miami, Fla.
Phone: 836-3641
A Happy New Year To All
Oscar's
Restaurant
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy Rosh Hashanah
5713 Sunset Drive 667-5158
Seybold
Building
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy New Year
_______36 NE 1 Street 374-7922_________
least eat, for seven days in home-made booths
sukkot hastily erected near their permanent
homes or apartments to commemorate the
Israelites' dwelling in the wilderness after the
Exodus from Egypt.
Sukka h -building begins right after Yom
Kippur. Walls go up on front lawns, in alleyways,
on roofs, and even on porches overlooking city
streets. Young boys heading home with their
wagons or bicycles loaded down with branches for
the roofs of their sukkot, are a common sight.
SUKKOT go up in almost every Israeli neigh-
borhood, the non-religious as well as the religious.
Even parents who are not observant take pains to
show their children, at least once, the sukkah of
neighbor one of the largest community sukkot
which are built by municipalities, immigrant
absorption centers, schools, clubhouses and other
institutions.
There are cases where children in non-religious
|Shoprite Pharmacies
I West 41st St. Miami Beach Phone: 531- 0822
A Very Happy New Year
To The Entire Jewish Community
Softex International
31 NE 15 Court, North Miami Beach 653-1300l
A Very Happy New Year
To The Entire Jewish Community
Willard
Shutter Co.
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy New Year
4420 NW35th Court Phone: 633-0162
Chicken
Unlimited
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy New Year
9710 North Kendall Drive 279-2420____
homes have persuaded their parents to build a
sukkah so as not to be left out of the celebrations.
i Sukkot are everywhere, putting the beauty-
mark of the holiday on the face of Israel.
AFTER THE first day of the Feast of Taber-
nacles, which falls this year on Saturday, Oct. 9,
there are six half-day holidays when businesses
ind shops close early.
The seventh day of the Feast of Tabernacles is
jimhat Torah (Rejoicing of the Law), which is
celebrated in Israel the same as in Jewish com-
munities around the world, when the cycle of the
reading of the Torah Scroll is completed and
another is begun immediately.
It has become a custom in Israel to hold public,
"second hokofot" programs on the night follow-
ing Simhat Torah to identify with Jews outside
Israel who observe eight days of Sukkot. their
eighth day being Simhat Torah.
King
Furniture, Inc.
Quality furniture at low discount prices
18859 SW 117th Avenue
(South Miami His. Shopping Or. i
Telephone: 253-7470
A Happy New Year to
The Entire Jewish Communitv
Kosher Treats, Inc.
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy New Year
Specializing in Catering
Condominium and Private House Parties
Finest 100 Per Cent Kosher Take-out Food
1678 NE 164th St., N.M.B. Phone: 947-1800
Riviera
Pharmacy
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy New Year
4720LeJeuneRoad 661-5321 _____
Pizza Garden
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy New Year
12505 South Dixie Highway 251-2022
ONE OF THE FAMILY PET SPA
Quality AKC Puppies and Grooming
Ratner Family
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy New Year
4551 Ponce De Leon Blvd. 661-1031
HERSHEY WINDOWS SCREENS
AND JALOUSIES
820 6 St., Miami Beach 672-1874
Best Wishes for
A Very Happy and Healthy New Year
Famous Restaurant
671 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach
Extends To All
A Very Happy and Healthy
New Year
Bennett H. Brummer
Dade County Public Defender-Elect
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy New Year
Northern Fish Market
16899 NE 15 Avenue 944-6375
A Happy New Year To All. .
Gelfand Roofing
7565 NW 24 Ave., Miami -
Phone 759-0922 or 696-4301
A Happy New Year To All. .
Southeast Travel Agency
of Miami Inc.
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy New Year
120 NE 9 Street 358-6738
Chelsea Studio
1942NE 149St., North Miami 947-7755
Happy, Healthy and Most Joyous New Year
Strictly Tennis Inc.
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy New Year
1407Sunset Drive 666-6067
Kings Bay
Travel Service Inc.
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy New Year
14473 South Dixie Highway 233-3575
Martin Appliance
Sales & Service, Washers, Dryers &
Electric Ranges
12327 NE 6 Ave.-Rear-No. Miami. Fla.
Phone 895-0382
City Memorial And
Monuments, Inc.
7610 NE 2nd Ave.. Miami 759-1669
A Happy New Year To All. .
Lucio's
Italian Restaurant
3104 Coral Way
Ph: 448-9163 448-3121
Happy and Healthy New Year
U-Paint-It Auto
Body Shop, Inc.
1841 E. 11 Ave.. Hialeah Ph. 883-1076
Collision Experts
Happy and Healthy New Year
D'Luxe Optical
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy New Year
8738 SW 24 Street 552-7455
1942 SW 8 Street 643-3467
Asti's Restaurant
Famous Italian Cuisine
468 Arthur Godfrey Road, Miami Beach, Florida
For Reservations 534-2470
A Very Happy New Year To All. .
Fred 'N Ed Motors
Custom Wheel Lacing
4219 E. 11 Ave., Hialeah 688-3413
Happy New Year To All
Your Pantry Restauran
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy New Year
9060 South Dixie High way 665-1385
Poldi's Dance Studio
7024 SW 87 Avenue
Modern -Creative-Ballet-Slimnastics
Dance For Children & Adults
Enrollments Now
Call 271 -4347 or 226-1539
Bravo Optical Service
Extends ToThe Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy New Year
5729 SW 8 Street 266-2717
1050 East 4 Avenue 888-2119
Jim McDonnell's
Andy Frain Service
1000 Lincoln Road Miami Bech Phone 532-ffcHo1
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Friday, September 24, 1975
B'nai B'rith Council of South Florida Lodges
Best Wishes for the New Year
The nearly 7,500 members of the B'nai B'rith Council of South Florida Lodges
extend greetings to the entire Jewish community for a Healthy, Happy and
Prosperous New Year.
As B'nai B'rith marks another year of unbroken service to the community, its
volunteer army of half a million men invites you to join them in their con-
tinuing programs helping those in need, regardless of race, religion or
national origin.
LOUIS HYMSON. President
ROBERT FEINGOLD/ KENNETH HOFFMAN
SID SCHWARTZBACH. President Elect
RICHARD ZIMMERMAN
SETH J. KREBS
Secretary
TRUSTEES
Louis Bonchick
Mel Feigeles
Col. Nat Kutcher
Harry Nissel
Jack Sloan
Irving Cypere
Eric Glaser
Royal Kweit
Sid Ritter
Tom Schwartz
ABE ARONOVITZ LODGE, Key West
Phil Krum. President
BEN YEHUDA LODGE, North Miami Beach
Philip Brill. President
BRANDEIS LODGE, North Miami Beach
Daniel Nadel. President
COLONEL MARCUS LODGE. North Miami Beach
Nathan Cutler, President
CORAL GABLES LODGE, Coral Gables
Fred Chekanou: President
DADELAND LODGE, South Miami
Harvey Brant. President
DEDICATION LODGE, North Miami Beach
Irving Lederman, President
DREYFUS LODGE. North Miami Beach
Alfred Friedman, President
EASTERN SHORES LODGE, North Miami Beach
.Milton Samuels. President
FREEDOM LODGE. Bay Harbor Islands
Samuel Kline, President
FRIENDSHIP LODGE. North Miami Beach
Ansel Singer. President
GIL BALKIN LODGE, West Miami
Charles Seiaidtch, President
GOLD COAST LODGE, Miami Beach
Richard Zimmerman. President
HARMONY LODGE, North Miami Beach
Henry Sterling, President
HATIKVAH LODGE. Miami Beach
William S. Galanter, President
HAVEN LODGE. North Miami Beach
Joe Tulcenskv, President
HAYM SALOMON LODGE, North Miami Beach
Dr. Jack Feinman. President
HESED LODGE, Miami Beach
Aron L. Schaffer. President
HOTEL EXECUTIVE LODGE. Miami Beach
Harve\ Weinberg. President
ISAIAH LODGE. Miami Beach
Norman Seiin, President
ISRAEL LODGE. North Miami Beach
Hy Selig, President
COL. PHIL COHEN, Southern Area Regional Director
MAURICE MEHLMAN
Vice Presidents
MARVIN BECKERMAN
Treasurer
HONORARY TRUSTEES
Maurice J. Feingold
Milton A. Friedman
Joseph Gorinstein
Arthur Horwitz
Bert S. Brown
Malcolm H. Fromberg
Jack Kirschbaum
Sam Nieberg
E. Albert Pallot
Jack Rosenberg
Sam I. Silver
Leo Stein man
Samuel Pascoe
Howard M, Neu
David I. Tow
Fred Snyder
Barry T. Gurland
JUDEA LODGE. Miami Beach
Abe Checkman, President
L'CHAIM LODGE. North Miami
Robert Kline. President
LEVI ESHKOL LODGE. North Miami Beach
l.ouis A. Frank. President
M ACCABEE LODGE. Miami Beach
George Kotin. President
ME-AMI LODGE. North Miami Beach
Man in Beckerman, President
MAIMONIDES LODGE. North Miami Beach
Charles Silierberg. President
MIAMI BEACH LODGE. Miami Beach
Tom Schwartz, President
MIAMI LAKES LODGE. Miami Lakes
BernardBarkou. President
MIAMI-LATIN LODGE. Miami Beach
Dr. Fein Reyler, President
MITZVAH LODGE. South Miami
David P. Rosenbaum. President
NORTH DADE LODGE. North Miami Beach
Charles Hersh. President
NORTH SHORE LODGE. Miami Beach
ArthurSheppard. President
SAMUEL PORTIN LODGE. Homestead
Paul Mottin, President
SCOPUS LODGE. Miami
Munnv Mehr, President
SHOLEM LODGE. Miami
Andrew Tibor. President
SIMCHA-AVENTURA LODGE. North Miami Beach
Fred Hirsch, President
SINAI LODGE, North Miami Beach
William SchlamowiU, President
SPORTS LODGE, Miami Beach
Stan Lerner. President
SUNNY ISLES LODGE. North Miami Beach
Michael Feldman. President
TZEDAKAH LODGE. South Miami
Randy A. Segal, President
WEIZMAN LODGE. North Miami Beach
Maxwell Blanc. President
HERE'S WHY YOU SHOULD
BELONG TO B'NAI B'RITH...
1o identify with the Jewish community
to help fight anti-Semitism and all form* of bigotry
to work for your community
to help the State of Israel
to build an informed Jewry
to promote good citiienship
to help build character in our youth
to help promote human rights and human dignity
to provide vocational service for our young people
to service flic armed forces and veterans in hospitols
ea r legio sal Director NEIL C. ROSEN. Florida Lodge Services Director
i i i Tot B'nai B'rith Regional Office
i i i i 1747 Van Buren Street, Hollywood, Flo. 33020
Tel. 949-0611 (Dade); 925-3425 (Broward)
i i i i i 1 am interested in jo ning B'nai B'rith. Please have someone contact me.
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Each Friday and Saturday hundreds of worshippers gather at The Wall. During the Jewish
holidays, many American tourists join the throng, swelling its numbers into the thousands.
may you Be lnscRiBe6 Por a Qoo6 yeaRi
By FREDERICK LACHMAN
Why, on the first night of Rosh
Hashonah, which this year occurs
on Sept. 25, is it customary to
greet one's friend with: "May
you be inscribed for a good
year"?
The wish, "May you be in-
scribed," refers to the "Book of
Life" which, according to the
Talmud, is opened on Rosh
Hashonah.
The "Book of Life" is supposed
to be a heavenly book in which
the names of righteous are in-
scribed, the Encyclopaedia
Judaica says.
THE EXPRESSION. "Book
of Life," appears only once in the
Bible, in Psalms 69:29 (28): "Let
them be blotted out of the book of
the living; let them not be en-
rolled among the righteous," but
a close parallel is found in Isaiah
4:3 which speaks of a list of those
"written" 'meaning "destined")
for life in Jerusalem.
The erasure of a sinner's name
from such a register is equivalent
to death. For example, when
Moses pleads: "Yet now, if Thou
wilt forgive their sin; and if not,
blot me, I pray Thee, out of Thy
book which Thou has written.
And the Lord said to Moses:
Whosoever hath sinned against
Me, him I will blot out of My
book." (Exodus 32:32-33)
THERE ARE several ref-
erences to heavenly ledgers in the
Talmud. In the Mishnah (Avot
13:17), Rabbi Akiva speaks of the
heavenly ledger; the Talmud also
states: "Three books are opened
in heaven on Rosh Hashonah. one
for the thoroughly wicked, one
for the thoroughly righteous, and
one for the intermediate.
The thoroughly righteous are
forthwith inscribed in the Book of
Life, and thoroughly wicked in
the Book of Death, while the fate
of the intermediate is suspended
until the Day of Atonement. If
they deserve well, they are in-
scribed in the Book of Life, if
they do not deserve well, they are
inscribed in the Book of Death."
The basic idea of a Book of Life
did not start with Judaism, but
can be traced to Mesopotamia,
where gods were believed to pos-
sess tablets recording the deeds
and destiny of man.
The idea of a Book of Life also
finds expression in the liturgy
and piyyutim (lyrical com-
positions intended to embellish
an obligatory prayer or any other
religious ceremony) of the High
Holidays. The "Amidah" or
"Shemoney Esreh" is one notable
example as is the moving prayer
"U-NetannehTokef."


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vJenist fkridHan
Friday, September 24,1975
'nextyeap in jeRusalem': mooepn Jewish poRtRAits
"NEXT YEAR in Jerusalem"
echoes the centuries-old dream of
a people who have earnestly
desired peace, freedom, and ful-
fillment. This century has sen
perhaps more upheaval, both
tragic and jubilant, for Jews than
any other. It was witness to the
movement of Jews from the
ghettos into the mainstream
of Western culture.
Then, in the wake of enlighten-
ment that saw the ideas of Marx,
Freud, and Einstein restructure
the foundations of modern man.
came the darkness of the Holo-
caust that destroyed millions of
Jewish lives.
THE ESTABLISHMENT of
the State of Israel has become a
beacon of hope to all Jews,
especially to those still oppressed
and persecuted, but even now the
dream of peace is tenuous.
Yet, the contributions of this
minority to every aspect of cul-
ture have been more pervasive in
this century than in any other.
Douglas Villiers invited a group
of authors, critics, and com-
mentators on Jewish life to write
a series of articles on why they
thought this was so, and about
what interested them particularly
about the Jew in this century.
These essays, numbering 21,
appear for the first time in Next
Year in Jerusalem: Portraits of
the Jew in the Twentieth Cen-
tury, edited by Douglas Villiers,
which Viking published on March
24, 1976 (A Studio Book, 352
pages. 292 illustrations. $35).
THE CONTRIBUTORS are
easily recognizable as leaders in
their professions and intellectual
fields; their essays critical,
philosophical. lighthearted,
personal, nostalgic, and lyrical
are as fascinating and diverse as
their subject matter.
The late Richard Crossman on
'The Creation of Israel." Isaac
Bashevis Singer on "Yiddish, the
Language of Exile," George
-W~.


CLAUDE LEVI-STRAUSS
Anthropologist horn in
Belgium in WOS. He studied
in France and taught there
until his death last summer.
Steiner on "Some 'Meta
Rabbis,' Walter Laqueur on
"The Revolutionaries," Arthur
Koestler on "The Vital Choice,
Isaiah Berlin in reply to Koestler.
Michael Horovitz on "Judaism,
the Mid-Century, and Me," Leo
Rosten on "The Schnorrer: Piety
and Paradox," Stephen Aris on
"The Businessman," Harry
Golden on "New York Business.
Nicholas Faith on "The Roth
schilds." Philip French on "The
Show-Business Entrepreneur."
Ronald Sanders on "The Ameri-
can Popular Song." Albert Gold
man on "Laughtermakcr-
Chaim Bermant on "The Jewish
Vice," F-dward Lucie-Smith on
"The Artist" and on "Savant and
Salesman." David Daicht -
Babel and Bellow." Rudolf
Peierls on "Twentieth-Century
Physics." Peter Stadlen on 'The
Composers." Yehudi Menuhin on
"The Violinist." Flic Wiesel on
"Remembrance of Jerusalem
And there is more.
THESE ARTICLES are en-
Continued on Following Page
A Happy New Year To Our Friends
And Customers
BARNETT'S
OFFICE SUPPLIES
228 N.E. 59th Street Telephone 757-8513
Paul Barnett-Fred Chekanow-Sol Schreiber
A VERY HAPPY NEW YF.AR TO ALL. .
MERCHANTS BANK
OF MIAMI
950 Red Road (S.W. 57th Ave. near the Trail)
TELEPHONE 266-1000
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO OUR CLIENTS AND FRIENDS
J.M. Lipton
Insurance Agency
Joseph M. Lipton, President
101 E. Flagler Street
Miami, Fla. 33132
Phone: 371-5631
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO ALL. .
National Brands
and
State Beverages
A Happy New Year To All
FLAIR OF
MIAMI
209 W. 21st Street. Hialeah
885-3988
Jack Kamin HowardMargoluis
Eddie Soto
A Happy New Year To All.
Biscayne
Cafeterias
9900 N.E. 2nd Ave.
1917 Biscayne Blvd.
Phone 758-5212
A Happy New Year To The
Entire Jewish Community
South Miami
Travel Service
Tour & Cruise Specialists
Complete travel arrangements at,
No charge to you.
Telephone: 661-8529
5864 Sunset Drive, South Miami
A Happy New Year To All. .
Lou Taylor, Inc.
HANDBAGS
1795 West 8th Avenue, Hialeah
Larry Paskow
And The Entire Staff At The
Harbor Island
Spa
On the 79th Street Causeway Miami Beach
Extend Their Best Wishes For
A Happy New Year To All. .
TO ALL GREETINGS. .
South Florida
Liquor
Distributors
INCORPORATED
"Service to you. .Is our pleasure"
6501 N. W. 37th Avenue Ox 6-4440
HAPPY NEW YEAR
Oman
Enterprises Inc.
3708 NW 82nd St. Miami 33147
693-8249
HAPPY ROSH HASHANAH
The Gateway Inn
35800 S. Dixie Hwy. Homestead 33030
248-4935


Friday, September 24,1976
V'Jknist fkriafirir
Page 3-D
'next yeap in
JeRusalem'
*-5K6r
Continued from Preceding Pane
hanced by nearly 800 illustra-
tions, 37 of them in color pri-
marily photographs, but also
paintings, cartoons, and draw-
ings that depict events (historical
and familial), places, and people.
Personalities fill the pages: the
musicians (Rubinstein, Walter,
Sills), the artists (Modigliani,
Hothko. Shahnl. the athletes
(Spitz, Luckman, Koufaxl. the
comedians (Oingold, Chaplin.
Bruce), the writers (Proust,
Parker, I'asternakl, the Broad-
way composers I I.erner and
Loewe, llammerstein, Weilll. the
playwrights (Pinter. Simon.
Kaufman). the entertainers
iNewley, Dylan, Streisand), the
scientists (Salk. Kinstein.
Chomsky), the political leaders
I Blum. Meir. Kissinger), the
business entrepreneurs (Sarnoff.
Levitt, Helena Rubinstein), the
movie moguls (Goldwyn, Zukor,
Mayer), the movie stars (Muni.
Kirk Douglas. the Marx
brothers)
THESE ARE but a few of the
names lamiliar to us all. The
VIPs are here, but so are the
people the soldiers, farmers,
bankers, shopkeepers, and
gamblers. The photographers
(among them Robert Capa. Al-
fred Bisenstaedt, .Jill Krementzl
and the illustrators (Al Hirshfeld,
David I.evine) make this much
more than a picture gallery by
bringing to each personality and
occasion their own insight and
sense of excitement.
This book a collection of
words and pictures portrays
the Jews: their problems, their
contributions, their hopes. The
Fascinating and colorful variety
of its pages makes Xext Year in
Jerusalem" without question the
gift book for this New Year
and the years to come.

<__
111:RBI:HI MARCUSE
Political phihsopht r horn in
1898 in Berlin. He has lived in
the United States since the
rise of the Nazis.
FRANZ KAFK \
t's ar, 188.3-192-i \ovelist and parable-spinner of
ifothic tales, he lived and worked in Prague
Happy
New Year
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FURLONG
Insurance Agency Inc.
280 N.W. 42nd Ave.
Miami33126
446-0834
May the Sound of the Shofar .
be a reminder that our wish
for you and yours is
a Netv Year of many blessings
Tohitian Groves Inc.
2520QS.W. 139th Avem>e-
Pttocetoh 33030
248-0742
\ \ Ilappv New ) ear
lo The Entire Jewish Community
PROFESSIONAL
Rug Cleaners
1 Complete Selecthn of Quality
Carpeting, Rugs Telephone: 8871402
6941 N'-W. 77th Terrace
A Very Happy New Year
To The Ent ire Jewish Community
Carel Gallery
Original (HI Paintings from Contemporary
Masters
An extensive selection of signed lithographs by
Chagall. Picasso. Miro and many others.
941 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach
Telephone: 534-4384
Rosh Hashanah Greetings
SANTY
FOREIGN CARS
3000 NW 24th St.
Miami 33142
633-4985
Rosh Hashanah Greetings
Gari's
Alterations
1171 N.E. 139th St.
North Miami 33161
891-7763
Florida Cultural
AND HUMANITARIAN SOCIETY. INC.
Km ends To The Entire Jewish (lommunity
\ Verj Happj New Yeai
860 S.W. 1st Street I'hone 545-6516
Glass Hat Restaurant,
MotelS Mobile Home Court
rids l'o The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy New Year
19800 West Dixie Highway 931-0316
Republic National Bank
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy New Year
10N.W. LeJeuneRoad 446-1931
Al and Etak Rubin
Bee Electric & Ace Supply
1201 North State Road 7 1-987-0872
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy New Year
Binder-Baldwin
PIANO & ORGAN COMPANY
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy New Year
FIVE LOCATIONS IN DADE AND
BROWARD COUNTIES_____
A Very Happy New Year
To The Entire Jewish Community
Contemporary
Floors, Inc.
A Complete Selection of Quality
Carpeting, Rugs & Floor Coverings
1690 NE 205th Terrace. N.M.B.
Telephone: 652-5104
A Very Happy New Year
To The Entire Jewish Community
Penichet
Carpet Co.
A Complete Selection of
Carpeting, Rugs ..... .,; .
222 Andalusia Avenue, Coral Gables
Telephone: 446-6230


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*Jknif fhridH.nr
Friday, September J4,
Happy
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DELTA & JETSON DEALER..
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REASONABLE PRICES
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743-2631
a
Best Wishes On Rosh Hashanah To All
Gribetz & Company
2617 Park Lane
Hallandale 33009
961-8555
Best Wishes To Our Friends for the Holidays
ALLAN & GWEN MARGOLIS AND
TZEMACH YARIV
"The Sounds of Israel"
10 A.M.-2 P.M. SUNDAY
WBUS 94 FM
Sabin-Robbins
Paper Company
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy New Year
Toll-free Telephone: 800-241 -4448
Ben HUburn, Division Mgr.
A Very Happy New Year
To The Entire Jewish Community From
CREATIVE
CUSTOM
CABINETS
5427 NW 36th Street
Telephone: 633-7303
vom kippuR: act Of pURlf iCAtion
7 -.-i-_j:_ !^;.oc,Qtoc sinned against is duty h.
By FREDERICK LACHMAN
The Day of Atonement. Yom
Ha-kippurim. which this year
falls on Oct 1. Is B holy day of
fasting on which man must
purify himself. As the Bible
states: "For on this day shall
atonement be made for you. to
cleanse you; from all your sins
shall ye be clean before the
Lord'llev. 16:301.
Repentance is a prerequisite
for divine forgiveness. God will
not pardon a man uncon-
ditionally but waits for him to
repent, the Encyclpaedia Judaica
declares.
IN REPENTANCE man must
experience genuine remorse for
the wrong he has committed and
then convert his penitential
energy into positive acts. Man
has been endowed by God with
the power of "turning."
He can turn from evil to the
good, and the very act of turning
will activate God's concern and
lead to forgiveness.
In the religion of ancient
Israel, in contrast to that of its
neighbors, sacrificial rituals are
not by themselves purifying, the
Encyclopaedia Judaica states,
While the required ritual is
carried out by the priest, its
red end. forgiveness, i-
granted solely by God. Another
limitation placed upon sacrificial
means of obtaining forgiveness la
that it can only apply to in-
advertent errors.
BLATANT CONTEMPT of
(iod cannot be expiated by
sacrifice or any other means.
Moreover, contrition and com-
passion are vital elements of all
rituals of forgiveness. It is not
enough to hope and pray for
pardon: man must humble him-
self, acknowledge his wrong and
resolve to depart from sin. At the
same time, remorse must be
translated into concrete deeds.
Divine forgiveness, however
extensive, only encompasses
those sins which man commits
directly against God: those in
which injury is caused to one's
fellow man, are not forgiven until
the injured party has himself for-
given the perpetrator.
Hence the custom of seeking
forgiveness from those one may
have wronged on the eve of the
Day of Atonement and the one
sinned against is dut) b
forgive.
ATONEMENT against
fellow man is only accomp
if the sin concerned did nut in-
volve suffering or material injury
to a second party If it did. full
re-utution must be made I
wronged party
The idea of repentance played a
central role in the life of the Jen
in the post-medieval period re-
inforced by both the penitential
liturgy and the rituals of the
High Holidays
External stress, pogroms, and
expulsions turned the Jew in on
himself and led him to ask for
giveness of God for the sins
which he assumed were at the
root of his suffering.
MESSIANIC MOVEMENTS
gave further incentive to re-
turning "to God.
The 12th article of the prayer
"Ani Ma'amin," "I believe, ex-
pressing belief in the coming of
the Messiah, became the Mar-
tyrs' Hymn during the Nazi
Holocaust, when it was sung to a
haunting melody by those about
to be put to death.
HAPPY NEW YEAR!
oauL -kai>pv>uAA
BROWN'S
AMERICAN
General Automotive Work .
Air Conditioning .
Complete Line of Products. .
10010 NW. 7th Avenue
Miami 33150
693-4290
New year
CHARLIE
Auto Parts & Service
7070 S.W. 12th St.
Miami 33140
261-6062
Happy New Year
JEMS
Service Station
COMPLETE SERVICES
EXPERTWORKM WSHll'
17201 Biscayne Blvd.
Miami 33160
945-0432
May youand all
whom you hold
dear en|oy a good
New Year,
graced with good
health and blessed
with happiness in
a world at peace
Juan Rodriguez
JOMOLCA
835 S.W. 37th Ave.
Miami 33135
446-8828
Best Wishes for Rosh Hashanah
Manolo Garcia
Electric Motors Inc.
New PRICES ARE RIGHT .
3150 NW. 40th St.
Miami 33142
638-1717
A Very Happy
New Year
To The Entire Jewish Community
QUICK-PRINT
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FREE PICK UP & DELIVERY DAILY
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riday, September24. 1976
*Am ihlh fk iriidltor.
Page 5-1)
m
Blowing the "shofar," Ram's Hornet the Western Wall in Jerusalem, is an honored part of the
religious celebrations during the High Holiday season. For many years, when Jerusalem was
under Hritish authority, the sounding of the Ham's Horn was forbidden.
A Very Happy New Year
/" The Entire Jewish Community from
Worldwide
Insurance
6355 N.W. 7th Avenue Phone: 751-6705
Happj Holiday To All .
'OUNG LAND FASHIONS
I'hone: 865-0266
9561 Harding Ave., Miami Heach
1 Happy And Prosperous New Year from
SPORTING GOODS
ft I Sunset Drive 7230 Red Road, So. Miami
Phone: 665-3534
GATEWAY
FURNITURE DISTRIBUTORS
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy New Year
:M)55 Fast 11 Avenue 696-0876
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM. .
Pawliger
Building Industries
1810 S.W. 75 Avenue Phone: 264-6986
Jan's Fruit Shipper
Extends A Very Happy New Year
To The Entire Jewish Community
163 Sunny Isles Blvd. Phone 944-1759
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
Pompeii Casual Furniture
Division of Miami Metal Products Inc.
260 N.W. 25th Street. Miami Phone 576-3600
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
PROFESSIONAL
OXYGEN SERVICE. INC.
18901 N.E. 5th Avenue. North Miami Beach
Phones:DADE: 652-2792 BROWARD: 525 7243
A PEACEFUL AND HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
Puerto Sagua Restaurant
700 Collins Avenue. Miami Beach
Phone 532-9569
Josefs Pastry Shop
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy New Year
1098 Normandy Drive 866-1523
|Happy Store Lounge
& Liquor Store
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy New Year
1872 79 Street Causeway 868-9225
Happy New Year To All .
PYKE BROS. & SON
PAINT & BODY SHOP WRECKER SERVICE
Upholstering..Paint Work..Frame Work
Brakes Rlined
35 NE 29th STREET PHONE: 573-6800
HAPPY NEW YEAR
RELIABLE SPRINKLER
SYSTEMS
Phone 866-9625
]m Shalom Trading
Corp.
xtends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy New Year
tggS Mary Street, Coconut Grove 442-8103
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
PEPI'S
Children's Apparel
257 Miracle Mile. Coral Gables 448-5113
A Happy New Year To All
PERFECT
ELECTRONIC INC.
9541 Harding Avenue, Surf side, Florida
866-4723
LELA B. REED
Extend-. To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy New Year
OCCIDENTAL
ELECTRIC
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy New Year
1453 S.W, sth Street Phone: 858-6161
Lovett Insurance
Agency
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy New Year
81120 N.E. 2nd Avenue 759-8761
Florida Drapery Specialists
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happv New Year
DRAPERIES EXPERTLY CLEANED &
CUSTOM MADE
445 Northwest 54th Street 757-0649
Green Dolphin Restaurant
ATMIAMARINA
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happv New Year
301 N.E. Miamarina Parkway Phone 371-6433
SONESTA BEACH HOTEL
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy New Year
350OCEAN DRIVE 361-2021
Surrey Hotel Coffee Shop
Extends A Very Happy New Year
To The Entire Jewish Community
4390 Collins Avenue Phone 534-4303
VIP Restaurant
Extends A Very Happy New Year
To The Entire Jewish Community
21 N.W. Miami Court 373-2800
PAPARICCO'S
PIZZA, INC.
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy New Year
14415 South Dixie Highway 253-6511
ZORBA'S
THE GREEK RESTAURANT
Extends A Very Happy New Year
To The Entire Jewish Community
2280 S.W. 32nd Avenue 445-2818
KALEIDOSCOPE
RE ST A URANT
Extends A Very Happy New Year
To The Entire Jewish Community
3112 Commodore Plaza 446-5010
MARTIN'S
GOLDEN TOUCH JEWELRY
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy New Year
36 N.E. 1 Street. Seybold Bldg.,
___________Suite 314 371- 4912____________
LASBRISASDE
LAS AMERICAS RESTAURANT
EXTENDS TO THE ENTIRE
JEWISH COMMUNITY
A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR
332 LINCOLN ROAD 534-8588
GOLDEN CROWN
BE A UTY SHOP
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy New Year
12735 N.E. 6th Avenue 893-0591
LA BOULANGERIE
FRENCH BA KER Y SHOP
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy New Year
7431 Dadeland Mall 665-3464
BILL LOCKWARD
INSURANCE
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy New Year
1501 East 4th Avenue 887-1561


Page6-D
fJenisfi Fkridlian
Friday. September 24.
1976
A Very Happy New Year
To The Entire Jewish Community
Tony's
Bike Shop
10451 N\V 7th Avenue
PHONE: 758-3045
\ Verj Happ) New Year To All.
C.SHARKUS
FOR SIGNS
390 \V. 21st Street. Hialeah
Telephone: 887-7861
Happv Xeu Year To All. .
SANCHEZ CARPETS,
INC.
Expert cleaning & carpet care.
446' Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
Telephone: 532-1011
Happy New Year
To The Entire Jewish Community
SANTINI BROTHERS
Local & Long Distance Moving
20 NE 11th Street
Telephone: 377-1751
A Happy New Year
To The Entire Jewish Community From
Frank's Auto Glass
4211 Salzedo Street. Coral Gables
Telephone: 444-1244
\ Very Happy New Year
To The Entire Jewish Community From
Wicker
Garden
600 NE 125th Street
Phone: 893-4281
ROSH HASH AX AH GREETINGS
ALFREDO FORNS
136 Almeria Avenue
Coral Gables 33134
448-7778
RUSH OPTICIANS
OUR SPECIALTY
PERSONAL SERVICE
FROM CEDARHURST L.I.
1644 NE. 164th Street
North Miami Beach Phone 945-3615
A Happy New Year To All.
Joseph Uram
Jewelers, Inc.
657 East Okeechol.-. Road 885-5368

'<-'??>

SK? S&
"Can the Ethiopian change his skin or the leopard his spots'" asks Jeremiah 13:23. /
Jerusalem Biblical Zoo Sahra doesn't seem in the mood to change anything. The too '
leopards and tigers for exchange programs with Other ; ~
Qo6 CReated Beasts of eapth
foR jeRusAlem zoo
By GRACE GIRSCH
WHEN GOD created the beast
of the earth, the fowl of the air.
the fish of the sea and every
creeping thing. Me must have
foreseen their role in Zoo Zion-
ism At least that's how Prof
Aharon Shulov, founder and cur-
rent chairman of the Jerusalem
Biblical Zoo. sees it.
Certainly, the history of the
Biblical Zoo is enmeshed with the
turbulent past of Jerusalem it-
self. Today zoo animals remind
their :i(K).000 onlookers each year.
not only of the ancient fauna of
Eretz Israel, as mentioned in the
Bible and Talmudic literature.
but also of the city's more recent
history.
ONE ZOO sign punctured with
shrapnel during the Six Day War
l- a mute reminder of 110 animal
casualties
In 1939, with the donation of
15 English pounds and a monitor
lizard. Prof Shulov. then a young
Russian immigrant, established
his animal life corner Envision-
ing its role in Zionism as a
"neutral meeting ground for
people of all cultures and creeds"
the Zoo thus began unpreten-
tiously in a laundry courtyard of
the former Hadassah Hospital
near the center of Jerusalem.
Later situated near Mandel-
baum Gate on the perimeter ol
Jewish Jerusalem, animals came
under heavy sniper tire during
the beginning of the War of In
dependence
Relocated in 1947 to Mount
Scopus, the 122 animals were
Continued on Page 11-D
.
:.
Federal Packing Co.
OF FLORIDA
Wishes To Extend Holiday Greetings
To All Our Friends
SANCHEZ
BOAT REPAIR CORP.
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy New Year
______3787 N.W, .{,-> sin-i-t 635-8928
South Florida Nurseries, Inc.
Extends To The Entire Jewish Commi
\ Very Happy \. u Year
3475 N.W. 151 St reel 681 -8511
Florida Tent Rental Inc.
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy New Year
3573 East 10 Court 696-3821
SINGER
CLINICAL LABORATORIES
Extends To The Entire Jewish Commi
\ \ erj Happy New Yeai
____2827 Coral Waj Phone 143-84-16
H. R. Williams Air Conditioning
& Appliance, Inc.
Extends To The Entire Jewish Communiu
A Verj Happy New Year
4351 N.W. 167 Street 621-3319
may fwac*> /*> ucun
* necu
/ARo
Al's Cabinet Shop
CUSTOM KITCHEN &
FORMICA DESIGNED
418 S.W. 10th Court Hialeah 33010
887-1292
\m
\\ e extend,
to our patron*
and friends.
the warmest
wishes for a
HAPPY
NEW
YEAR
Jess Key &
Lock Service
L200N.W. 179th St.
Miami 33169
624-0866


Friday, September 24, 1976
"6
vJenistifkridrfan
Page 7-D
how a holy City dug itself Out of destRuction
By JOSEF GOLDSCHMIDT
Deputy Mayor of Jerusalem
WHEN ISRAELI soldiers
rushed to the Kotel Hamaaravi
(Western Wall) on June 7, 1967
they found the old stones lying in
the tiers as of old. The emotions
of those youngsters, many of
whom had never seen the Wall
before, were those of finding an
old friend, lost long ago and
missed ever since.
But when they walked up the
steep hill to the Jewish Quarter of
the Old City, a very different pic-
ture awaited them. Destruction
everywhere, heaps of rubbish,
where world-famous synagogues,
like the Hurva, had stood. No
sign of the tens and tens of Torah
scrolls that have served tens of
synagogues, nothing of their hal-
lowed interior equipment.
Wherever residential buildings
had been usable after the war, the
Arab population of the Old City
had taken possession.
Yet a few landmarks had with-
stood the savage onslaught of the
Jordanian army. Notable
amongst them, part of the Batei
Mahse, an example of a 19th cen-
tury housing project built around
a central square known then as
the Deutsche Platz because
the whole project had been spon-
sored by the German-Dutch
organization for the poor of Eretz
Yisrael.
THE SCENE that unfolded
itself could have inspired another
Tish'a B'av a day of weeping
and mourning for what had been
lost. But the Israeli of 1967
reacted differently. Within 24
hours, literally, the head of the
Netiv Meir Yeshiva (Bnei Akival
in Jerusalem, Rav Arieh Bineh,
had recruited a group of his
senior students, a number of
camp beds and the most neces-
sary books and established in the
ruins of Batei Mahse. a new Bnei
Akiva Yeshiva Yeshivat
Hakotel.
This was the spontaneous
answer of this generation of the
Continued on Page 13-D
Telephone:
866-7966
WHITE STAR
Realty Co.
WWte Star Plaza -1720 79th Street Causeway
Extends To The Entire,Jewish Community
A Very Happy New Year
Jack Weaver's Office Supply
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy New Year
1411 West 49th St.. Hialeah
For Delivery Phone: 821-5350
Skylake Mall
Barber Shop
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy New Year.
1778 N.E. Miami Gardens Drive 947-2052
SOUTHERN
Memorial Park, Inc.
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy New Year.
I5(KH) West bixie Highway 947-3543
Sam's Pizza & Subs
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy .Yen Year.
7318 S.W.' 57 Avenue 661-8365
Plantation Pit
Barbecue Restaurant
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy New Year.
i."5o N.E. 164 Street 915-7011
PORTOFINO
EXTENDS
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
Boulevard Optical
Extends to the entire Jewish community
A Very Happy New Year
251 NE 14th Street
Phone 371-7850
ALLRITE TV
6996 Indian Creek Drive
Miami Beach-Phone: 865-8661
Extends Holiday Greetings
POLLY MAY
Originals
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy New Year.
4216 East 10 Lane 681-3385 _____
A Happy New Year To All .
Gentec Hospital
Supply Company
7455N.E. 2nd \venue
Miami, Florida 33138 Phone 754-3421
MAGNATONE
Hearing Aids
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy New Year.
2525 S.W. 27 Avenue 854-8677
Ideal School For
Training Nurses Aids, Inc.
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy New Year
1370 West Flagler Street 642-2033
A Happy New Year To All
FASHION
STUDIO
732 Arthur Godfrey Rd.. Miami Beach,
Phone 532-1264
Holiday Greetings To The Jewish Community
STELLAS
ORIGINALS
1075 Kane Concourse
Bav Harbor Island. Fla. Phone 864-3611
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
THE VOYAGER
1433 N.E. Miami Place
Al Gottlieb
Phone 377-9302
Holiday Greetings from .
Sparkling
Pools, Inc.
7090S.W, 59th Place, Miami. Phone: 666-7881
A Happy New Year To All. .
Spolter, Frechtel
Associates, Inc.
( onsulting Engineers
A Happy New Year To All. .
Stanley Furniture
FINE DECORATORS. INC.
1051 N.W. 3rd Street. Hallandale. Florida
Phone: 534.5024
A Happy New Year To All. .
THE SILVERMAN FAMILY and
SILVER PAINT & HARDWARE CO.
1119SWlstSt. Miami 373-5575
653Collins Ave. Miami Beach 531-6773
1 138 Normandy Drive 866-5929
Compliments Of. .
Spolter Lighting
Supplies, Inc.
A Happy New Year To All Our (a itomers
Smart Pak
Industries Inc.
19401 West Dixie Highway. N. Miami. Florida
______________ Phone 931-0400______________
Holiday Greetings
SOMFRSTEIN CATERERS
1701 Washington Ave.
Miami Beach, Florida
FOR INFORMATION CONTACT
Mr. Sidney Hechtman 534-9587 or 538-2503
All Of Us From
Louis SherryAssociATEs, inc
Realtors
Complete Real Estate Service
extend best wishes for Happy New Year To All
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL. .
Searle & Morris
INSURANCE
All Forms of Insurance
113 Almeria Avenue-Coral Gables-Phone 443-2553
A Happy New Year To All. .
George G. Whitney
Realty
1 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach Phone 538-7401
"A Happy New Year To All'
IT IS OUR PLEASURE SERVING ^OU. .
Allied
Parcel Service
401 N.E. 62nd Street Phone 758-4753
Happy New Year To All
Anthony's Pizzeria
9770 S.W. 8th Street. Miami
Phone 226-9381
Holiday Greetings To Our Friends
MISTER RICHARD SANZ SALON
HARBOR HOUSE SOUTH
10275 COLLINS AVENUE
BAL HARBOUR
865-4909
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
TROPICAL
PAPER BOX CO.
Manufacturers of
ARTISTIC PAPER BOXES
fOOO N.W.25 Street. Miami, Florida
592-5520
A Happy New Year To All
Pauls Carpet
Warehouse
31 N.W. 23rd Street. Phone 573-7626
A Happy New Year To all
COPERNICO'S
RESTAURANT
250 N.E. 183rd Street. North Miami Beach
Phone 652-4303
Holiday Greetings From
LES COIFFURES
Beauty Salon
763Arthur Godfrey H(>ad
Miami Beach Phone 531-0592
A Ha/>/>y New Year To All
BEN HURWITZ. INC.
Handed and Insured Complete Building Demolition
FREE ESTIMATES and Land Clearing Service
16300 North Miami Avenue
Miami. Florida Phone 624-7347. 945-7188
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
Miller Glass
& Mirror
1140 N.W. 36th Street, Miami
Phone 633-6984
BEST HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
J.EUSTER
Happy New Year To All
MIDWAY MALL
7901 W. Flagler Street. Miami. Florida
GREETINGS FROM
Abram's Fabrics, Inc.
1825 Biscavne Blvd.. Miami 379-8997
Abrams International
448-3993 2311 Ponce de Leon Blvd.. Coral Gables
Best Wishes For The Holidays
Sunset Plumbing Co.
6022 South Dixie Highway, South Miami
Phone 661-6981 -661-8542


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* Jen ist fk rrfi&r
Friday. September 24,
BEST WISHES FOR THE NEW YEAR
Adelman Pipe &
Steel Co., Inc.
AND
Charles Adelman
HyCoverman
AND FAMILIES
A Happv New Year To All
CHARLES DESTE
Licensed Hyponocist-Stop Smoking. Drink
Reduce Weight. Stop Smoking Over The
Telephone. Conditionally Guaranteed For Life.
One Fee Total Price-75 Per Cent of Subjects
Stop Smoking On First Visit-SB Per Cent Stop
Smoking Over All Sessions-Over 45 Y
Experience
1410 N.W. 119th Street
Si-2215 Home681-8717
Best Wishes For a
Joyous New Year
By ERIC MOONMAN
LONDON British Jewry
has grumbled :ts way through
the past 30 years at the apparent
failure of community
organizations in this country to
reflect adequately the needs and
ideas of the community they
.he 410.000 Jew* in
Britain knc what they want
Some have ever, drifted away
from their religion, never to
-.volvement of
others in community activr.
r..;. i |
Bu: still a substantial
number of Jew i n .-. a ant to see
a more organized, more co-
ordinated structure for com-
decision-making. ar.c
Enc Sloonman. a Labor
SIP. is chairman of the
Zionist Federation of
Great Britain and
Ireland.
the past y gar
In QReat BRiUin
who want to see the Jewish com-
munity in Britain making a real
contribution in support of Israel.
FOR TOO long we have lived
frnrr. to the next, which
has meant that we have failed to
analyze the how and why of
deci'ion-making Successive
century have
challenged the Jewish estab-
lishment for a time and whilst
then worked within the
re discouraged
and were lost to the community
\ number of us believe that
there greater desire for
change in the diaspora than at
any time in this century !:
to exploit this desire, then we
must learn to understand,
identify and encourage the young
(and this means all up to 401 to
share in the decision-making
processes We cannot and
must not repulse it
It is against this background
that the Solidarity with
Year was launched i
L'nited Nation*
equaling Zionism witl
the Nraeli Prime
Jerusalem Conference
JUAN PARDO
PHOTOGRAPHIC STUDIO
Symbol of Arts < Distinction
2619WestFlaglerSt.
Miami33135
643-2877
Mav You Be Blessed With
Good Health & Peace
In The Years To Come
Manny C.
Distributors
1200 Northwest 22nd Street
Miami33142
547-2491
*******
Ginger Color
PHOTO FINISHING
1221 7lst STREET
Miami Beach 33141
868-8921
The Organization extends
Best Wishes for a peaceful &
Happy Rosh Hashanah
SINCERE
GOOD WISHES
ON THE OCCASION
OF THE
NEW YEAR
Dipper Dan
Ice Cream
1665 West 49th St.
Hialeah 33010
822-5102
MARK
ORIGINALS
350 Northeast 75th St.
Miami33138
751-3528
BEST WISHES FOR PEACE IN ISRAEL
AND A HAPPY ROSH HASHANAH
Borden
Crystal
Water
7580 N.E. 4th Court
759-4421
Miami 33138
Best wishes for a peaceful and
Happy Rosh Hashanah


Friday. September 24. 1976
*Jewifi Htiili tr
Page 9-D
the opportunity to get closer
together.
AS A RESULT, the nine
representatives from Britain
decided to maintain the momen-
tum of that conference and to
continue to work together. The
result of this cooperation is a
campaign which has made a
remarkable impact, quite unique
anywhere in the world.
\s a follow-up to the
Jerusalem Conference, the
British community held its own
Solidarity with Israel Conference
earlier this year, and for the
British community it has reaped
the same benefit as the parent
conference did for those delegates
w ho al tended the original.
The delegates to the I,ondon
Conference left with new
determination to work together
and with even greater commit-
ment to help Israel. Solidarity
with Israel means two things in
particular: first, it means making
more effective use of our
resources, and secondly, it means
nizing and advancing the
process of change in our com-
munal and Zionist organizations.
ON BOTH counts, we have
begun to work more readily and
more willingly together. The need
to break down organizational
barriers and to reduce the power
of the "makers" is not confined
to Britain. My knowledge, ex-
perience and love for the United
States demand that I stress that
unless the organizations of
American Jewry and the
"machers" within'them adopt a
set of priorities which are
relevant to contemporary needs
and encourage a broader degree
of participation with their
members, we shall witness a
crisis of confidence which will
undermine their good intentions
and the very services provided.
On the question of making
better use of manpower and ideas
the solidarity conference was
very practical For example, we
have launched a number of
critical projects
l-et me just mention one. The
Israel Products Consumer
Association has nearly l.ooo
members already. It enables
members to obtain discounts on
Israeli products and travel, free
vouchers, samples of new food
products, and a where-to-buy
booklet. Eventually IPCA will
become a pressure group,
dedicated to raising the sales of
Israel's consumer exports in the
United Kingdom and through its
combined purchasing power, a
critical influence in encouraging
more retail outlets.
OTHER proposals included
commitment to work in public
relations, education and tourism.
The key to success in all these
schemes is to become less ob-
sessed with our organizational
differences and to bring down the
walls which separate one
organization from another as the
result of the work done in the last
50 years.
Only if we become more con-
cerned with content than with
organization can we hope to win
over to active commitment and a
share in our decision-making the
young people on whom our future
hopes rest. The Solidarity with
Israel Year has laid the foun-
dal ions for this work.
Shopper's
Paradise
Mends To The Knt ire Jewish Community
A Very Happy New- Year
in:.] Washington Ave., Miami Beach
Telephone: 534-8223
A Very Happy New Year
To The Entire Jewish Community From
Biscayne
Medical Center
2801 NE 209th St.
Telephone: 932-0250
New year
BELTRAN
Insurance Consultants
9095 S.W. 87th Avenue Miami 33176
279-7870
mm
Happy
New Year
Cortizo
Insurance Agency
.(150 N.W. 7th St. Miami 33125
642-7431
PASCO'S
SEAFOODS INC.
1030 West 23rd Street
Hialeah33010
885-7344
Happy
FRED CALD WELL'S
C&C Car Care Center
U-HAUL .AUTO & TRUCK
RENTALS....
BUDGETRENTACAR
7601 Overseas Hwy.
Marathon 33050
A Happy New Year To All. .
Edward B. Tait
A Happy New Year To All. .
VIDALE
ROOFING INC.
7071 S.W. 13th Terrace Diai 261-2263
REROOFING LEAKS REPAIRED
A Happv and Prosperous New Year To All.
Turk
Painting Company
260 N.W. 199th Street. Miami. Florida
Phone 652- 8432
Happy Holidays to Our Friends and Clients
THOMSON, McKINNON. AUCHINCLOSS
and KOHLMEYER. INC.
1026 Lincoln Road Mall. Miami Beach 33139
Telephone 538-6711
A HAPPY NEW YEARTOALI____
STEMBLER ADAMS and SWEET INC.
INSURANCE
EASY OFF-STREET PARKING
'Serving South Florida Over 40 Years"
2301 S.W. 27th Ave. Phone: 854-1330
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
Superior Stamp
& Seal Works
613 N.E. 1st Avenue 374-1034 Miami. Florida
Holiday Greetings From
Swim 'N Sport Shops
Dadeland Shopping Center
163 St. Shopping Center
111 Miracle Mile...Diplomat Mall...Hollywood Mall
HAPPY HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
Barbara J. Tartak,
Designer
4557 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables.
Phone (i(> 1-8629
NEW YFAR GREETINGS TO ALL
Tefft's Gowns
BRIDAL. DAYTIME and EVENING WEAR
3546 Coral Way Phone 443-6112
A Happv New Year To All .
Peggy's
BEAUTY SALON. INC.
1637 Washington Ave. (at Lincoln Rd. I
Miami Beach 538-1665
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
KAUFMAN PRESS
374-3587
A Happy New Year To All. .
BSP, INC.
Bill Schaefer. Printers & Lithographers
2333 N.W. 7th Place, Miami Phone 634-6231
A Happy New Year To All .
Barton's Chocolates
6701 Collins Avenue. Miami Beach
Deauville Hotel 864-4531
Health, Peace and Happiness
for the New Yeai Season
Pilgrim's
Apparel for Men & Women
7469 Dadeland Mall Miami
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
The Pines
Nursing Home
301 N.E. 141 Street, North Miami, Florida
_____________Phone 893-1102_____________
A Happy New Year To All
Plager Bros.
2340 N.W. 27 th Ave., Miami-Ph. 635-0905


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HAPPY ROSH HASHANAH
Hialeah
Machinery Mart
AIR COMPRESSORS
2280 W. 8th Court. Hialeah 33010
Phone: 888-5753
HAPPY ROSH HASHANAH
Compliments Of
Mr. Marc Rosenthal
881 Ocean Drive
Key Biscayne 33149
Wylly's
Travel Headquarters
Extends to the Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy New Year
2795 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
Telephone: 5380751
Tony Roma s
Place
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy New Year.
15700 Biscavne Blvd. 949-2214
Bill Stern &
Weeks Bottle
Gas & Appliance
Extends To The Kntire Jewish Community
A Verv Happv New Year
282HNVV 17th Avenue
Phone: 635-1395
RolfeS Optical Extends To
Dispensary, Inc.
2340 Galiano 445-7959
5844 Sunset Drive 665-5201
Jewish
Community
A Very Happy
New Year.
Raleigh Specialty
Manufacturing Co.
Extend To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy Rosh Hashonah.
._____2450 N.W. 76 Street 691-5421
She Beauty Salon
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy New Year.
9047 S.W. 107 Avenue 274-5333
A Very Happy New Year
to the entire Jewish community
Westchester Pool
Service, Inc.
6951 Coral Way Phone: 261-7462
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL...
Intercontinental Realty
Inc., Broker
1 Lincoln Road Building. Suite 222
Miami Beach. Phone 531-7349
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL...
From the Employees of
Friedman's
Bakery
685 Washington Avenue. Miami Beach-531-6173
fJknirtfkrid/ian
Friday. September 24,1976
Gazing out at the Jerusalem Hills this Biblical Zoo elephant is perhaps daydreaming of the times
when exotic animals roamed freely. The zoo now contains over 500 animals, including a complete
collection of the some 120 animals mentioned in the Bible._______________________
A Happy New Year To All
Quintessence
15801 South Dixie Highway Miami, Florida
LEON C. McASKILL and
L. CLARK McASKILL. JR.
OF
McAskill Publishing
Company
3811 NORTH MIAMI AVENUE
Want to Wish All of Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
A Very Happy New Year
To The Entire Jewish Community
Air-Flow Pools
Custom Swimming Pool Designs
Phone: 652-3431
A Very Happy New Year
To The Entire Jewish Community
Taco Metals .
Taco Supplies
1475 N.E. 129th St.. North .Miami
Telephone: 891-0901
Happy New Year To All
Norwood Beauty
School Salon
18330 N.W. 7th Ave.
North Miami Beach
Golden Buddha
Chinese Restaurant
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy New Year.
12395 Biscayne Boulevard 891-3399
Apple Annie's
Greenhouse, Inc.
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Verv Happy New Year.
1750 N.E. 150 Street 944-7240
The Shamrock
Beauty Salon
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy New Year
14545 N.W. 27 Avenue
681-2490
Canton Of
Westchester Restaurant
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy New Year.
------2501 S.W. 87 Avm ji^ooo |
\ Very Happy New Year
To The Entire Jewish Community
All Florida
Copy Center
FAST, \CCURATE COPYING
AND DUPLICATING SERVICE.
70 N.E. 17th Street
Phone: 358-5375
A HAPPY NEW YEAH TO ALL
JCRANDON DRUGS, INC
500 N.E. 191st Street. North Miami Beach
Phone 652-1400
A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALE .
HUNGRY HOUND
RESTAURANT
12305 South Dixie Highway. Miami 2380392
John Davis, Jr., Owner Mrs. Grace Card. M
\ VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
CHEZ VENDOME
RESTAURANT
700 Hill mure Wav. Coral Cables
_____________Phone 443-4046
HAPPY HOLIDAYS TO All
POWER BRAKE EXCHANGE
Complete Brake Service for Trucks and Cai -
2050 N.W. 23rd St.. Miami. Florida
Phone 6.35-1120 or 635-1619
A Happy New Year To All
WALLACHS-DICK RICHMOND
Fine Men's Clothes
201 E. Flagler St. 300 Miracle Mile
Miami Coral Cables
Pom pa no Fashion Square Dadeland
HOI.IDA Y GREETINGS .
ZELICK'S
Tobacco Corp.
326 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach
1
Salon de Coiffeur
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy New Year.
6113 S. W. 8 Street 264-0651
Roberts TV Sales
Service & Rentals
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy New Year.
_________8985 Biscayne Blvd. 759-5794___
Pan American Exterminating Co.
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy New Year.
275 S.W. 6 Street 854-5110


Friday. September 24,1976
*JeniF Fhriefiaun
Page 1 ID
Qoo CReate6 Beasts of eapth f or lepusalem Zoo
11 mi ii i ltuMiittimill mil limn 11Mi __ *^
hiihiiiiiiimm
l ,int inued from Page 6-D
bnsequently besieged for three
L(ir. By 1950 on,y 18 of tne
Inlnwls were still alive, and these
lnlv because Prof. Shulov and
crawled by night under
|reto feed them.
\r armoured UN convoy fi-
ulh transported these few sur-
fcvor< to the present location in
I oods. Jerusalem.
Illl ZOO now contains over
i mals, including a complete
ion of the some 120
nim.iN mentioned in the Bible.
[} .during extinct or near-
liblical species to Israel is
in /.oo Zionism, says Dr.
Jhul'^ a professor of zoology at
| a University.
For example, the Nubian Ibex
MMHMII
(wild goat) dwindling to only a
few pairs by 1948 has been "in-
creased to around 800: and the
biblical Fallow Deer disappearing
from Israel during the 20th
century will soon be reintnxiuced
to the Nege\ and Jordan Valley.
Vs another element of Zoo
Zionism the Cameroun Sheep has
been successfully bred at the Zoo
and sent to numerous moshavim
and kibbutzim as livestock.
IF PRESERVING the ani-
mal life of Israel conjures up
images of a modern-day Noah
that vision may soon be reality.
Plans are well under way, with
rabbinical consultation, to
replicate the original Ark on Zoo
grounds. The project will be com-
pleted according to biblical
specifications by volunteer car-
penters and a donation from the
Jewish National Fund.
Knhancing the Zoo's biblical
emphasis, a second special
exhibit will represent the
prophecy in Isaiah 11:6, "The
wolf also shall dwell with the
lamb, and the leopard shall lie
down with the kid ." Wolf
cubs and lambs have been raised
together and will soon occupy the
same compound.
Prof. Shulov switches easily
from biblical verse to tales of
adventure, when referring to the
Zoo. His modern sagas vie with
Jewish animal lore of earlier cen-
turies where ravens talk, and
lions sing and frogs have magic
wisdom.
He tells of the 1941 escapades
of runaway vultures discovered
atop the British police head-
quarters. (The same two vultures
are now the last survivors of the
Mount Scopus collection.)
Next he lapses enthusiastically
into an account of the rescue of
near-extinct Persian Gazelles
from menageries for sheiks aban-
doned in Jericho following the
Six Day War.
INDEED HIS renditions rival
the fascination of earlier animal
lore. One age-old classic of the
140 animal tales preserved in the
Jewish Folktale Archives relates:
An old father whose days were
numbered, called his son and said
to him: "My son, fulfill this last
request: After my death go, dav
after day. to the seashore and
cast two loaves of bread upon the
water." The young man follows
his father's wish, and for his
kindness to the animals of the sea
is rewarded with the gift of
understanding animal language.
Though making no claim to
this mythical power, Prof. Shulov
insists that animal language is
universal in its appeal. And
certainly, the Biblical Zoo, at-
tracting Arab school children.
Hebrew-speaking nature classes
and foreign visitors provides
that "common ground" en-
visioned by Israel's first zoo
director 36 years ago.
SPECIAL
aB yew Year'Wisfies
BAC
[Construction Co.
|6095 N.W. 72nd Ave. Miami 33166
888-0638
May youandall
whom you hold
dear enjoy a good
New Year,
graced with good
health and blessed
with happiness in
a world at peace
Winston
International
Corp.
LADIES APPAREL
2501 Northwest 5th Ave.
Miami 33127
576-2911
A Very Happy New Year
To The Entire Jewish Community
CIA Travel, Inc.
WORLDWIDE TOUR AND
CRUISK SPECIALISTS
DON'T LEAVE TOWN
UNTIL YOU'VE SEEN US!
120 S. Dixie Hwy.
Telephone: 232-2111
A Very Happy New Year
To The Entire.lavish Community
CHICO'S SPORTS
SHOP
923 W. 39th Street
Miami Beach
Phone: 531-4161
NIAGARA BICYCLE
CENTER
3237 N.W. 7th Street
Miami
Phone: 649-4480
SALES* SERVICE
A Complete Selection of
American & Foreign Bicycles
Bill Killebrew extends best wishes to all
Jewish Families for a
Peaceful and Happy Rosh Hashanah
Killebrew's
|Reef Optical
LARGEST SELECTION OF
MEN AND WOMEN'S FRAMES
713 Northeast 1 25m Street North M iami 33161
1891-3208
P & D Boat
Company
4800 East 10th Lane
Hialeah 33013
681*0701


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Friday. September 24,1975
HAPPY MEW YEAR
how a City 6uq itself Out Of...
DALE
CARNEGIE
COURSES
801 Dupont Plaza Center
Miami 33131
374-8401
View of Old City of Jerusalem until W47
Greetings
ALL
CONCRETE
SERVICE INC.
2834 Northwest 96th Street
Miami 33147
696-0795
MODERN
FURNITURE
4471 Northwest 37th Avenue
Miami 33142
633-8874
Best Wishes for a Peaceful and
Happy Rosh Hashanah
TRICOTA
MILLS INC.
7401 Northwest 48th Street
Miami 33166
592-1354


. ,\ September 24, 1976
Fridi
... OestRuction
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ontinued from Page 7-1)
lilders i)f the new Israel to the
, of destruction: no
weeping, no mourning, but to
?uild tor a new. better, stronger.
beautiful life on the old
|l(il> ground.
This was to be the keynote for
khi attitude of the Israeli Gov-
ernment, of the Jerusalem
lunkipality and of the Jewish
Nation to the challenge of Jor-
Bani.m vandalism: Rebuilding!
THE GOVERNMENT soon
ook matters in hand by invest-
ng the authority for rebuilding
he Jewish Quarter in a pres-
tigious ministerial committee
leaded by the Prime Minister.
rhis committee was to ensure
iroper planning and procedure
nd, no less, to protect the in-
trests of the Arab invaders, or
|t us call them Arab squatters,
f Jewish houses.
The whole of the Jewish Quar-
er was expropriated and a gov-
rnment company was founded to
eal with the planning of the re
lidding of the Quarter, the re-
nt ling of Arab residents who
ad no title to live there and with
he claims for compensation to
wners of property.
I At first the going was hard and
liere were few families who could
[ford the large investment
ded for making a new home
it themselves in the Old City,
Irong and compelling as was the
|re and the charm of a life in
(ontinued on Page 14-D
T" k n i' #- fh /rfid/ran
Reconstructed homes in the Jewish Quarter of the Old Citv of
Jerusalem. y '
IMPERIAL OPTICAL
MANUFACTURING CO.
Rxtends A Very Happy New Year
To The Entire Jewish Communit \
M5 West IK Street Phone 887-1737
INTERNATIONAL
Harvester Company
Rxtends A Very Happy New Year
To The Entire Jewish Community
7227 \ W. 71 Avenue 379-9511
PECK'S PIZZA
I Mends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy New Year
11206 S.W. 184 Street Phone 253-7844
Hopkins-Carter
HARDWARE COMPANY
Extends A Very Happy New Year
To The Entire Jewish Community
3701 N.W. 21 Street 635-7377
Florida Physicians Apothecary
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy New Year
9580 Bird Road 226-4885
m A HA I'I'Y NEW YEA R TO A LL
MIAMI SPRINGS
HEALTH STUDIO
H Curtiss Parkway, Miami Springs 885-4146
Kiml
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy New Year
1015 East 29th Street 6911481__________
'iercing Pagoda Of Florida, Inc
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy New Year
508 WEST 49 STREET 823-6420
DADELANDMALL 661-1429
Fabulous Diamonds
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy New Year
<;->;-> N.W. 57 AVENUE 264-2772
Renee's Beauty Salon
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy New Year
9710 South Dixie Highway Phone 667-1694
METRO SANDWICH
SHOP
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy New Year
152 N.E. 1 Avenue 371-3859
DAVES GREYHOUND
SUPPLIES
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy New Year
2618 West 3rd Avenue, Hialeah Phone 888-0874
Gene SnyderEr Company,
Realtor
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy New Year
229 Sunny Isles Blvd. 947-3566
WAN'S
MANDARIN HOUSE RESTAURANT
Extends A Very Happy New Year
To The Entire Jewish Community
16251 West Dixie Highway 947-4536
Page 13-D
Happy New Year
from
MARCELLA
Harvey's Fine'Shoes For Men
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy New Year
315 East Flagler Street 379-0064
Esther Lipschutz Drapery Shop
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy New Year
3211 S.W. 22 Terrace 445-2151
Bug Doctor Of Dade County, Inc.
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy New Year
7010 S.W. 46 Street 266-3322
2308 North Dixie Highway 565-2727
Poodles & Terriers By Renee & Lllo
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy New Year
1675 N.E. 123 Street 891-1117
BERENS FLOWERS
Happy New Year To All Our Friends
and Customers
Parker's Shell Service
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy New Year
2200 N.W. 79 Street 691-7412
Midtown-Plumbers, Inc.
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy New Year
1222 N W 29 Street 635-4434
Vecchia Roma Ristorante
(Formerly Mama Vivi'sl
Extends A Very Happy New Year
To The Entire Jewish Community
1957 71 Street Phone 866-7047
DIXIE FARM, INC.
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy New Year
519 N.W. 23 Street 573-1423
King Stable Bar B Q Lounge
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy New Year
5 N.E. 54 Street 751-9261
The Original Pizza Palace
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy New Year
3099 S.W. 8th Street 643-4932
54th Street
Drive In TV Inc.
1630 N.W. 54th Street Phone 69&1437
Extends Best Wishes For The Holidays
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy New Year
2645 S.W. 37 Avenue 444-0252
Services, Inc.
Of Florida
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy New Year
1330 N.W. 54 Street 754-6647
Maria Elena's Doll H ouse
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy New Year
18602 Collins Avenue 931-9010
Mary Ferguson of
THE PHILADELPHIA HOUSE
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy New Year
Beer. Wine and Food
18315 West Dixie Highway 931-9313
Harbour House
South Restaurant
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy New Year
10275 Collins Avenue 864-2251
Medical Arts Pharmacy
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy New Year
1500 Washington Avenue 538-2561
Ca/itoo'g AaCian ^estauAant
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy New Year
10760 Biscayne Blvd. 893-3971


Page 14-D
> Jen it Fk ricfiar
Friday. September 24.197.I
A Very Happy New Year
To The Entire Jewish Community
SUNSET LIGHTING
Lamps. .LampShades Vccessories
1 designs to Complement Every Decor.
EXPERT REPAIRS
South Miami
Telephone: 279-4044
M.cuj LWXu yru
a*uL MjCLbtl/neM
be ucruAA
"ttik urtiou, uiati UtUnutvt
We wish our many Jewish friends
a joyous and Happy New Year.
Key Biscayne Savings &
Loan Association
85 W. Mclntire Street
Phone 361-5711
A Very Happy New Year
To All Our Jewish Friends
Continental National
Bank of Miami
Ml BANCO CONTINENTAL
Full Range of Commercial Bank Services
Todo los Servicios de un Banco Comercial
Charles Dascal. Chairman of the Board
Dr. Bernardo Benes. Vice Chairman of the Board
1801 S.W. 1 Street Phone 642-2440
HAPPY HEW YEAR
May happiness and good cheer ac-
company you may your hopes
bear fruit, your efforts achie\e the
reward they merit.
*
Yocum
Batteries
NEW. USED. GUARANTEED

6960 N.W.35Ui Are.
Miami 33147
696-4151
a City Rose Out oC OestRuction
Continued from Page l.'J-D
sight of the Temple Mount, being
a daily witness to the pilgrimage
of thousands and ten-
thousands to i hi- Wailing Wall.
THE COMPANY for th<
building of the Jewish Quarter
!>out making its own plans
with the aim of giving back to
Jerusalem and the whole J<
nation, a new Jewish Quarter in
place of the old. fuller of life and
more attractive than the old one
had been. In the wake of Rav
Bineh's courageous action, plans
for a magnificent new building
for the Yeehival Hakotel were
drawn up.
Yeshh at Porat Yosef, the most
is of Torah study in-
stitutions of the Sephardi com-
munity the world over, com-
pletely destroyed by the Jor-
ins, was to be rebuilt to
answer the needs for spiritual
rs of the community in
and the Diaspora.
The Government of Israel MJ
the Deputy Prime Minister YiJ
Alton, at his wish, hi- nff,cJ
residence in a new suit. ;n the(
City. Another leading p^.i
tonality, the State C< n :>troller
Dr. I. E. Nebenzahl ..-quired'
from the Government
land and erected a magnificwl
house for himself and I family
and then the wheel- \.
motion.
HUNDREDS OF application]
for housing in the Old City wenl
Continued on Following Pan
\ Verj Happy New \
To The Km ire Jew ish Community
Clover Cleaners
S< -. ing North Miami Beach for 3 Yi
Quality Cleaning. Expert Alteration-
Tel. 1
749 N.E. 167th Street
\ \
To I 1
Dussault-Sunnyland
i ,.-- pleti Ofl i Supplii
S Dixie llwj
Phone: 6( _' 75 Phone --
A Happy Rosh Hashanah
VEGA
BRAKES INC
2865 N.W. 17th Ave.
Miami 331-42
633-6687
A Very Happy New Year
To The Entire Jewish Community From
FRANCES
OF FRANCESNOVIAS
Custom Designed & Readymade
Bridal Gowns & Accessories
Cocktail Gowns & Gowns For
Those Very Special Occasions.
SALES & RENTALS
2336 Ponce de Leon Blvd.. Coral Gables
Telephone: 448-5756
A Very Happy New Year
To The Entire Jewish Community
GALEN TRAVEL
18721 VV. Dixie Hwy.
North Miami Beach
, Phone: 931-5300
CENTURY TRAVEL
59 S. Federal Hwy.
Deerfield Beach
Phone: 421-7660
Ft. Lauderdale Phone: 781-7874
\ Very. Happy New Yiar
To The Entire Jewish Com.n .
Consumer Carpet
Workroom, Inc.
\ Complete Selection ol t,1 .
' Rugs & Floor Covei
For Shop At Home Service 251
\ \
-
Sylvias
*
Good Food, Inc
-7" \ I 125th Street. North M
Teli 1
A Vei // .71 -. Vi Yt
he Entire Jt m .
Village Floors, Inc.
A (Urn; tete Sel< tion of Qua
\'n:\ i Id,. Wood Parquet
a Floor Coi 1 rings
Showroom: 21 N.E. 39th Street
Telephone: 576-3484
Rosh Hashanah Greetings To Al
UNIVERSAL
IMPEX INC.
2450 S.W. 16th Court
Miami 33145
A Very Happy New Year
To The Entire Jewish Community
Community Market
Finest Quality Kosher Meats & Poultry
525 Arthur Godfrey Road. Miami Beach
For Free Delivery; 531-7691


[Friday. September 24,1976
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77i, Rabbi Yohanan Ben Zakai .Synagogue as it looked in 1967 after 19 years in Jordanian hands.
Continued from Preceding Page
coming in and the Master Plan
for some 600 newly built or com-
pletely renovated residences
could be drawn up. Some 150
families already live there now
and the remainder will come
within the next five years.
Four synagogues, hundreds of
years old Eliyahu Ha'navi's
and Rabbi Yohanan Ben Zakai's
amongst them, were mag-
nificently restored. In the early
days of liberation the then
Sephardi Chief Rabbi. Yitzhak
Nissim, moved the Rabbinical
High Court, of which he was the
President, to the Old City, and a
new house will be constructed for
this central institution.
A supermarket has been
opened, an art exhibition and
gallery is being operated. Bar
I Ian University is conducting
cultural activities and research
work from a branch in the Old
City, and the Hebrew Writers
Association carries out a rich
program of cultural activities for
youth and adults from Jerusalem
and the rest of the country. Nor is
this all
YET, what must be considered
the most challenging and the
most delicate object for planning
has not yet found an agreed solu-
tion the Western Wall and its
environs. The scenery has
changed radically since the Wall
area was freed from all the ugly
and historically worthless build-
ings that crowded in on the Wall
and made it accessible only by a
narrow lane of a few yards. The
Wall now stands as the con
elusion of a wide open space.
We know that some II tiers of
huge Herodian Btones arc still
buried underground. What is to
be done with all tliid restoring
the Wall to its formei majestic
height by a complete return to
the Herodian days, certainly a
revolutionary solution, or to find
some other way to give I he Wall
its proper setting as the holiest
monument of the Jewish people,
reminding us all of the great past,
and beckoning to what we believe
will be an even greater future.
Nick Bartell
And Staff
Extend To The Entire Jewish Community
A Verv Happv New Year
12886 Biscayne Boulevard
127th Street Shopping Center 893-1725
Pachinko House
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy New Year
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A Happy New Year To All
Courtyard Inn
2451 Brickeli Avenue.
Miami, Florida
PHONE 858-5770
Happy Holiday To All of You
From All of Us
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654 N.E. 128th St. North Miami
895-2030
HAPPY NEW YEAR FROM
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301 N.W. 29th St., Miami
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GREETINGS AT ROSH HASHANAH
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Florida State House of Representatives
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Telephone: 448-6826
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5 73C Outgoing heBRew yeaR Was maRke6 By
these two majoR StORies that Shook the WorIo
Jewisjhi^FlorJidliian
pridaj. September 24,1976 Section E
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WhO Will 6V6R fORQt
the Raid on enteBBe?
mini; home the Entebbe Hostages.
Harken O Israel, and be of
good cheer.
When you hear of the raid
in the midnight air;
Of the hostages who knew
that death was near,
Till came the cry, "Home
comrades, Zahal is here!"
'"The operation which rescued
our dear ones from captivity will
lx' the subject of research, poetry
and legend," Prime Minister
Yitzhak Rabin told the Knesset
on .July 4 after Israeli airborn
troops had staged an incredible
nighttime raid on Entebbe
Airport in Uganda to rescue the
more than 1(H) Israeli and other
hostages held captive there.
News of the raid electrified the
world. Uganda is more than 2,000
miles away from Israel and is
considered to have one of the
strongest armies in Africa. The
skyjackers of the Air Erance
airbus may well have chosen it as
their destination for just these
reason'.. as well as for the fact
that Uganda's leader, Eield
Marshal Idi Am in appeared
ready to collaborate with them.
(In the past, Uganda's Amin had
expressed his regret that Hitler
didn't kill enough .lews and had
called for 1 srael's destruction.)
INDEED, non-Israeli hostages
on the Air Krance flight, who had
iM'en frerd earlier, indicated that
Ugandan troops appeared to be
helping the terrorists guard their
hostages
The daring rescue, brilliantly
planned and executied by the
Israeli Defense Forces (Zahal).
put an end to a week ot tension
and frustration as the terrorists,
who had skyjacked the airbus
after it left Athens on the Lod-
Athens Paris run. remained
fanatic in their threats and
demands.
After seizing control of the
plane and having it flown to
Libya for refueling, the terrorists
ordered it flown toward Uganda.
While the French authorities
called for the release of all the
passengers, the terrorists, ap-
parently with Eield Marshal
Amin's approval, carried out a
"selection." separating the
Israelis and some others who
chose to be with them from the
other passengers.
Over 100 non-Israeli
passengers were then freed and
flown to Paris.
FOR THE Israelis, the
terrorists demanded a steep
price: the release of 53 im-
prisoned terrorists, forty of them
in Israel, six in West German
prisons, five in Kenya, others in
Switzerland.
They offered to spare the lives
ot their hostages for the freedom
of men like Kozo Okomoto. who
participated in the vicious mas-
sacre at I^od Airport a few years
ago: Archbishop Capucci. ser-
ving a sentence for using his
official car and diplomatic im-
munity to smuggle arms for
terrorist attacks in Jerusalem;
members of the Haader Meinhoff
group in West (iermany. etc.
The decision facing the Israeli
authorities was an agonizing one.
Israel has consistently refused to
deal with terrorists, recognizing
that surrender to blackmail only
whets the terrorists' appetite to
seize additional hostages and to
make more demands.
YET. the rescue of life from the
I hreat of murder takes
precedence over virtually ever)
thing else. Against this was the
fact thai when terrorists are
released, those who effected their
release don't want gratitude.
Continued on Page 2-E
-Rom the CRuel Civil War in LeBanon Comes new hope f or
if
(-
* .
Israeli doctor examines
Lebanese youngster as her anxious mother and grandmother look on
isRael-ARaB peace
They came, first by the tens,
then by the hundreds, southern
Lebanese villagers seeking
medical care from Israeli army
medics. As a result, by the begin-
ning of July, two field clinics had
been established along the border
to meet their needs.
Learning of the water shortage
in the Lebanese villages. Israel
ran a pipeline across the border
so that the Lebanese could fill
their pails, and other containers
free, of course.
Some Lebanese farmers feared
that their produce wouldn't reach
other Arab markets, with the
war-ravaged country's ports
closed. So. Lebanese produce
began crossing the borders, as
well, de facto cooperation
between northern Israel and
southern Lebanon.
Just beyond the last farm-
house in Metulla, Israel's nor-
thernmost town, is a guarded
security fence. Beyond the fence
is a narrow army-built road,
which runs the length of the
Israeli-Lebanese border. Beyond
Continued on Page 8-E


Page 2-E
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Friday, September 24. 1974
Who Will evep CoRGet GnteBBe?
inmniMMiwiii111111111i.........miiiiiiiiiiiiin......................iiinimiii
Continued from Page 1-E
they want the freed terrorists to
go out and terrorize again.
Once RIOSl of the non-Israeli
passengers had been released
from Entebbe, once it became
clear that the terrorists insisted
upon action against Israel, the
Israeli cabinet made the
agonizing decision to negotiate
with them.
It did not promise to release all
nt 1 he terrorists whose release
was demanded, It did not agree
to capitulate to all terrorist
demands It did agree to
negotiate lor the release of the
;[ ,-oned hostages in return for
the release of some terrorists
IIIK NEGOTIATION pattern
was complex. Israel passed its
messages to it^ envoj in Paris
w ho forwarded them to the
French government. They were
then sent to France's Am-
bassador in Kampala, capital of
Uganda, who transmitted them
to the Somali Ambassador there
He. apparently, passed them on
to the terrorists
The terrorists remained un-
compromising in their demands.
Do exactly a-- we say, or we will
kill the hostages What they said
included demand- lor Kenya and
West Germany to tree terrorists
allegedly held in those lands
Kenya denied that it had any
Palestinian terrorists in its jails.
West Germany was un-
derstandably reluctant to free
notorious terrorists who had been
found guilty ot serious crimes 1>\
German courts. Israel tilt that
acquiescence in this demand
Continued on Page 4-E
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Saul Schreiber Frank Freeman
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136 N.W. 1st Street, Miami. Florida
Phono 371-2623
Best Wishes from .
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INSURANCE
1492 West Flagler Street. Miami
Phone 643-5212
Happy New Year To All
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Phone 576-1410
"FEATURING THE FINER FLOORS"
Fears of joy as families are reunited
New Year Greetings From. .
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Happy Holiday To All
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3811 N.E. Miami Court. Miami
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Apple. Sons Larry
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A Happy New Year To All. .
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Martin Knobel
Yale School
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1690 N.E. 162nd Street 949-6440
A Happy New Year To All. .
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975 Arthur Godfrey Road. Miami Beach
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A Happv Now Year To All. .
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1875 N.W. 77th Ave. Phone 592-3120
HAPPY NEW YE \R
Young's
Hair Fashions
12780 Biscayne Blvd., North Miami
891-2002
To All Those of The Jewish Faith in < >urCorr.munit\
We Extend Our Sincere Good Wishes
for the New Year
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1101 W. Flagler Street Ph. 545-0815
A Happv Now Year To All .
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PHOTOGRAPHERS
426- list Street. Miami Beach 532-2351
A Happy New Year To All. .
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RESTAURANT
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Corner 49th St. and E. 4th Ave.. Hialeah
681 6633 K> Per Cent Diseoun t With This \d
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1111 Biscayne Blvd.. Miami
358-7130
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Del Monte
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371-8473
Happy Holiday To All
A-l Ideal
Business Machine
3672Coral Wav, Miami 118-2784
A Happy New Year To All.
M. Lieberman & Sons
Moving and Storage
1210 Washington \ve.. Miami Beach
Phone 538- 8353
A Happy New Year To Ml. .
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9:100 South Dadeland Hl\d.
Business and IVnsioi
Group Insurance 666-1100 EsUi i Plain
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DOMINICK
Fire Equipment
8341 N.E. I Place 757-0463
Host Wishes For \ Mosl Happy
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I 135 N.E, 162SI \ Miami Beach
949-1 121
ilappj and Health) Nev Year
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3180 Commodore Plaza, Coconut Grove
144-2566
Wishing All \ Happv. Health)
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Shores Jewelers
9721 N E.2 U-e.. Miami Shores 759-2645
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VARIETY STORE
1201 Washington Avenue
A Happy New Year To All. .
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620 N.E. 78th Street. Miami
Phone:751-9415
Happy and Healthv Now Year To All
Jack's
Carpenter Shop
7251 N.E. 2 Ave.-759-1218


Friday, September 24,1976
* Jkniti Fkriafifor
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For it was then thai the Hebrew Homofor the Aged
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determined that the aged would have a Home io care far
I hem in their depeiideut. declining years
It u.isa beautiful concept, a beautiful dream
The concept and dream became working tangible, a warm welcoming
resource lor our old in the da\ s ol their need
Toda\ The Hebrew Home stands as one ol Florida's
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We are growing to meet the challenge, this is the unremitting
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Indeed, we've traveled a long wa>. hut its an unending journey
because our aged w ill alwa\ s he among us. from
generation to general ion
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rjenist fkridtian
Friday, September 24.1976
foom War in leBanon Comes new hope Cor IsRael-ARAB peace
Continued from Page 2-E
would create a situation whereby
anybody, anywhere, could kidnap
anybody else and then make
demands upon Israel, or any
other government, saying "Give
in or we murder our hostage."
AFTER ALL. there were
neither West Germans nor
Kenyans among the hostages.
Giving in to such a demand
would have been equivalent to
Best Wishes To All On Rosh Hashanah
Friendly Ford
2198 N.E. 163rd Street
North Miami Beach 33162
949-1311
Joyous
Holiday
Greetings
Russ's
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Delta & Jetson Dealer
Finest Quality Tires
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5074 Overseas Hwy.
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Licensed Practical Nurses-Male &
Female Nursing Assistants
Infant Care
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117 Ponce De Leon Blvd., Coral Gables
Phone 443-1325
A Happy New Year To All. .
MARTHU
DAIRY
' We all grew up on
McArthur milky
giving the terrorist international
a passkey to prison gates.
It is doubtful if any other
CO) ry would have even con-
sid fd it But once the
sk\ tcking occurred. Israel asked
ii- roper authorities to study
the easibility of undertaking the
n W e of the hostages.
The odds were forbidding.
Uganda is over 2.000 miles
distant from Israel and hostile to
her. It had allowed additional
terrorists to join the original
skyjackers in guarding the
hostages, and did not hesitate to
have its troops participate in
guard duty while the terrorists
slept.
The terrain was unknown.
Never before had Israeli forces
conducted anything resembling
such a long-range operation. Yet
a plan of action was produced.
And. once it became clear that
negotiations were deadlocked,
that the terrorists were not
prepared to consider the
likelihood of any compromise, the
Israeli cabinet took the
calculated risk to act to save the
lives of the hostages
ABOUT TWELVE hours
before the terrorists' deadlim,
when they had said they would
slaughter the hostages. [sra< Ii
airborn troops landed at Entebbe
Airport, stormed the building
where the hostages were held.
freed them, and took off on the
victorious flight home to Israel.
The victory had a heavy price
Over 100 lives were saved, hut
three hostages were killed during
the shooting which also saw the
death of the seven terrorists and
less than twenty Ugandan
soldiers. The Israeli I.t. Col. who
led the force storming the
building was also killed. Several
Holiday Greetings
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100 N.E. 39th Street Miami. Florida
A Happ\ New Year To All. .
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1018 N. Miami Avenue Telephone: 3710382
Greetings To All
'The Most Modern h the South Plastering by
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2050 N.E. 151st St.. N. Miami Beach 945-7538
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1071 NE. 79th Street. Miami 751-5451
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All Types of Residential.
Industrial & Commercial Roofs
2101 N.W. 23rd Ct.. Miami. Fla. 635-680(5
Holidav Greetings From
Pier 800 Inc.
800 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach
Telephone 534-7780
CfSffy
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Diversified
Engineering &
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13350 N.E. 17th Ave.
North Miami 33181
895-3093
Luby Chevrolet City
Extends To All of Their Friends
Warmest Wishes for a
Happy and Peaceful New Year
LUBY
CHEVROLET
City
Miami's Oldest Chevrolet Dealer
9200 N.W. 27th Avenue
696-1711
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Phone 635-7777
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Telephone: 576-2525
A Happy New Year To All. .
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Phone 856-8000
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Friday. September 24,1976
others were wounded.
News of the successful
operation brought jubilation to
besieged Israel. It sparked
unprecedented celebrations and
displays (f good fellowship
throughout the day. \oi only had
fellow human beings been saved
from the threat of death, but
terrorism had been dealt a heavy
blow
A MOTHER, who lost children
in the /ion Square terrorist
bombing a year ago. put it best
perhaps when she said that for
the first time in a year, the news
had produced a spark of joy in
her heart She had been haunted
all week by the terrible plight of
the hostages living under the
shadow of death
Prime Minister Rabin told the
Knesset that the freeing of the
hostages had manifested .Jewish
brotherhood and Israel audacity.
"It should heighten Jewish-
Israeli pride and deserves the
appreciation of the world."
Leader of the opposition.
Menahem Begin, responded by
telling Mr. Rabin: "Kol
Hakavod "I "Hats off to you.")
LATER, on Israeli television.
Rabin expressed the hope that
the Entebbe action would put a
halt to Israeli skepticism. "The
action should restore our self-
confidence and reduce our
cynicism. It showed us what a
wonderful youth we have The
operation proved that we are a
people with great strength, we
must only have the will to use it
Prime Minister Rabin also said
that, to his regret, he thinks
terror will continue despite the
heavy blow the terrorists had
taken
The rescued hostages returned
to an Israel which welcomed
them home with great joy and
listened eagerly to all they had to
say. Israeli Television, which
normally logins telecasts at 5:30
p.m.. except for daytime
educational programs, was on the
air by 9:30 a.m. and brought the
return of the hostages to the
*Jenit fkradtiar
Page 5-E
A WARRIOR WHO DID.NOT COME HOME: Yonatan Netanyahu (right) receiving a heroism
citation from Chief of Staff Mordecai Cur in 1975.
the Pour heRoes Who Qave there Lives
Among the four Israelis who
died in the struggle to free the
Entebbe hostages, one had come
from the Soviet Union, another
was born in the United States.
Ida Borowicz, in her fifties.
was one of the first Soviet Jews
to publicly call for the right to
emigrate to Israel. She arrived in
Israel in 1969. She was on her
way to a family celebration in
Krance when the Air France
plane was skyjacked, and was
killed during the exchange of fire
homes of those Israelis who did
net drop everything and con-
gregate at Ben Gurion Airport.
July 4th became a de facto
holiday.
("We got our troops there, we
at Entebbe Airport.
ANOTHER HOSTAGE killed
in the crossfire was 19-year-old
Jean-Jacques Maimoni who had
come to Israel, from France, five
sears earlier with parents and
sisters.
Pasco Cohen of Hadera was
traveling on holiday with his wife
and two children only to be
hijacked to Entebbe. A Nazi
concentration camp survivor, he
was severely wounded and later
died in a Nairobi hospital.
brought our hostages back" one
Israeli said. "It's too much to
expect that we should also
maintain order at the airport on
such a great day.")
EXCEPT FOR the time of the
Lt. Col. Yonatan Netanyahu.
30. was killed while commanding
the unit which stormed the
building where the hostages were
imprisoned.
BORN IN the United States in
1946. he came to Israel at the age
of two when his family returned
there.
Decorated for his part in the
Yom Kippur War. Lt. Col.
Netanyahu had participated in
other actions in the past.
hijacking itself. Ahuva Zeitan, a
nurse from Beersheba. told
reporters the worst moment had
been when the terrorists made
their "selection" which separated
Continued on Page 6-E
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Friday, September 24, i976
Who Will eves CoBGet the Rai6 on enteBBe?
Continued from Page 5-E
the Israelis from the other
passengers. Born in Tunisia,
Ahuva Zeitan said she had heard
all about Nazi Germany's in-
famous "selections" of Jews for
death during the Second World
War. The presence of a German
couple among the terrorists
strengthened the parallel for her.
A Rehovot teacher. Prof. Arno
Hilf. expressed the unanimous
view of the skyjacked plane's
passengers with his unstinted
praise for Air France's captain
and crew. "I simply cannot find
words enough to praise the
constant care given passengers
by the captain and his crew. They
attended the sick and in every
way open to them tried to make
the trying conditions more ac-
ceptable. The captain's con-
tribution to our morale was
immeasurable ... He repeatedly
stressed that the crew would not
leave until the last of the
passengers had safely departed.'*
"Fastastic I still don't know
if I believe it, it's like a dream."
was the reaction of Mrs. Rina
Reisfeld.
LUXURY HOTELS in Israel
vied with each other for the
privilege of hosting the returning
troops to a celebration meal.
Spontaneous contributions to the
Ministry of Defense reached over
20,000.000 Israeli Pounds within
two days, and many workers
offered a day's wages, or more.
(When the Defense budget was
cut by IL500.000.000. a few
weeks ago. a public committee
was formed to try to raise the
funds by voluntary con-
tributions.)
Prayers had been said at the
Western Wall, and in syna-
gogues, throughout the painful
week; now prayers of thanks-
giving were offered.
A Very Happy New Yearto All
Daisy's Originals, Inc.
6270 N.W. 37th AVENUE
696-1430
RENATO LEVI, President
New Year Greetings From
Dade Pipe & Plumbing Supply
AllState Pump Co.
4923 N.W. 17th Avenue. Miami Phone: 633-6338
975 Interama Blvd.. N.M.B. Phone: 949-0801
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I
Happy New Year To All
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8687 Coral Way
Westchester Shopping Plaza
Miami. Florida Phone 264-7733
Best of Holiday Greetings to all Our Friends
Reliatex, Inc.
2201 N.W. 72nd Avenue. Miami. 33144
Phone 592-3220
A Happy and Prosperous New Year To All
King's Wharf
Restaurant At The Marriott Motor Hotel
1201 N.W. 42nd Avenue. Miami. Florid;!
Phone 649-5000
Ilolidav Greetings From .
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925 W. Flagler Street. Miami
Phone 545-8500
A Happy New Year To All. .
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Friday. September 24, 1976
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isRael's defense action
In Uganda makes the
Illation especiaiy Prou6
Wor16 pRess Reaction to the Raid
To be an Israeli these days means to be a proud person
The Israel Defense Forces' action in Uganda showed more
clearly than a thousand articles and discussions what is the
meaning of Zionism and the importance of the State of Israel.
After many years without Jewish power, after generations
of mistreatment and pogroms, we arose as a free people in our
own land so that Jewish blood would no longer lack value. That
is all: it is the "A" to "Z" of Zionism. Anybody who doesn't
understand this, understands nothing.
TO BE an Israeli these days is to be a person certain his
cause is just. The hijackers of the Air France plane belonged to
a group of murderers who continue the Nazi tradition. With
their racist outlook these students of the Mufti and Goebbels
continue the war against the Jewish people.
Their approach is the Nazi approach. An entire world of
power and strength stands helpless before these gangs and
their mad partners.
No country, except Israel, would have dared to do what our
soldiers did. Others stand helpless before the gangs of Arafat
and rlabash.
We. the Jews, acted. And if we succeeded in strengthening
the faith of the democratic free world in its trength and justice,
we did something of universal importance.
TO BE an Israeli who lives in Israel means to know, and to
understand, that there is no suitable substitute for life in Israel.
These are days when the hearts of Israelis beat as one. first
sharing a common fear, then pride and joy that knows no
boundaries Someone who isn't here with us. who doesn't
hare our feelings, is missing a great deal. .
To be an Israeli, these days, means to feel something
within yourself that cannot be expressed in words. Anyone who
wasn't with us yesterday, won't understand it.
I)r Rubinstein's statement appeared on the editorial page of
Ha'AretZ on July 5, one day after the Entebbe raid.
Israeli papers spoke of the
feeling of relief and exhilaration
shared by the Israeli public,
mellowed by grief over the lives
lost.
Dai ar (Histadrutj: "The spon-
taneous joy that swept through
the country as the news came
through was equal in proportion
only to the anxiety that preceded
it over the lives of the dozens of
Israelis held hostage for a week
by terrorists in a hostile country.
Both sentiments prove once
again that the people of Israel are
one family and react like a family
in fateful hours.
"It may now be said that at no
point in the difficult hours when
the decision had to be taken did
the Israeli leadership consider
abandoning this large number of
citizens to their fate at the hands
of a terrorist gang who left no
doubts as to their intention to
carry out their threats. The entire
people was behind the Cabinet in
the decision that everything
must be done to save the
hostages whether through the
direct risk of a military rescue
operation or the indirect risk of
exchanging the hostages for im-
prisoned terrorists."
Ha'aretz (independent): "The
Israel Defense Forces have won
new laurels and have proven that
in the aftermath of the Yom
Kippur War. though cultivating
mainly its armored and
mechanized units, it has not
abandoned the training of those
corps whose men have to engage
in direct encounters with the
enemy.
The New York Times said in an
editorial that "Israel's armed
forces launched an extraordinary
daring and courageous lightning
raid into the heart of Africa to
accomplish what all the
mechanisms of diplomacy had
been unable to achieve safe
release of more than a 100 airline
passengers and crew held hostage
by pro-Palestinian terrorists.
"Against the predictable
and hypocritical cries of
violation of international law,'
the Israelis have every
justification to take any step
within their power to neutralize
the criminal behavior of hijackers
who ruthlessly and habitually
endanger innocent lives. In the
Kntebbe incident, they succeeded
magnificently."
Britain's Sun (independent):
"A bold, brilliant stroke. And it
came off. No wonder Israel is
jubilant. As a bonus. President
Amin is exposed for what he is
a bemedalled blusterer not to be
trusted."
The Financial Times (in-
dependent): "Militarily the
rescue is a reminder that inter-
vention by force of arms can work
at a time when it had become
fashionable to think that force is
counterproductive. The lesson
will not be lost on the Israelis
who will no doubt be ready to do
it again with even greater daring
if the need arises. But it will
presumably not be lost either on
WCstern public opinion which
will be tempted to quote the
Israeli example if ever the at-
titude of Western governments
to terrorism is judged to be
supine."
Britain's Daily Telegraph
(conservative): "By liberating
the hostages Israel has given the
world an object lesson of what
can be achieved by resource-
fulness, initiative, skill and
daring in the struggle against
international terrorism. Israel's
military raid is an example of the
kind of option that governments,
confronted with such a mon-
strous internatkmal outrage, are
duty bound to consider where the
circumstances are appropriate."
"Israel has just given the
entire world, especially the West
which needs it. a masterful
lesson." France's Le Figaro said.
The paper said up to now there
have been two alternatives in
hijack cases: to give in to
violence, or condemn the
hostages to death.
"Israel has just proved that a
third way was always open the
most simple. It consists of using
force against force. It isn't
surprising that it stupefies all of
us because it demands the
qualities which it seems we have
renounced imagination,
audacity, the taste for decisive-
ness .: How can we fail to
express admiration and in
truth gratitude for this
small heroic people."
France-Soir wrote: "What
happiness it must give to belong
to a nation which doesn't let itself
be intimidated, which doesn't
give in to filthy terrorist black-
mail, which in all instances
prefers courage, honor, danger,
death if necessary, to com-
promise and capitulation." The
paper said: "'It is particularly
painful for us French to see that
in 1976 it is Israel which repeats
the valorous acts with which our
history is filled."
In a front page editorial, the
mass circulation De Telegraaf of
Amsterdam commented:
"Israel's action against the
aircraft hijackers in the first
place earns admiration and in the
second place is a lesson for the
Western powers. The admiration
is for the boldness of the military
operation, which had to be
organized in such a short time.
The lesson is in the courage
needed to start such an operation
and to risk everything for
freedom."
Danish newspapers generally
praised the raid.


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Friday, September 24,1975
foom War in leBanon to hope ton Peace
Continued from Page 1-E
the army road, so close that you
could touch it if it weren't for the
barbed-wire fortifications, is the
old Metulla-Beirut Highway.
ISRAEL ARMY vehicles
patrol our road. Lebanese
villagers, in their vintage
American-style cars, wave and
call out friendly greetings from
their road. Relations between the
two countries have usually been
good in this area, residents say.
Many Lebanese worked in
Metulla before the borders were
sealed in 1948.
Several miles down the road,
on the Israeli side, is a small
grove. In the grove, under a tent
next to a parked ambulance, wait
an Israeli doctor and two medics
(all on reserve duty), several
benches and a box of medical
supplies.
Nearby, there's a hole in the
fence. Taxis and private cars
occasionally halt at this point. A
white sign, with the Hebrew word
for clinic, the reception hours in
Arabic, a big Shield of David and
an arrow, show the way.
AN ISRAELI soldier on our
side extends his hand to help the
Lebanese civilians through the
fence. A man coming across on a
stretcher rates four Israelis.
The Lebanese don't look like
their country >s >n 'he midst of a
civil war. The women wear casual
summer clothes and sandals. The
dresses are short by Tel Aviv-
standards, but in good condition
no torn seams or undarned
holes. The babies all arrive in
hand-crocheted garments. No one
seems underfed.
They come to be treated for
headaches, diarrhea, a sore foot, a
toothache, a common cold. Only a
few cases are serious these are
whisked off to the Safed Govern-
ment Hospital by ambulance
where some 50 Lebanese men.
women and children have under-
goru operations. Ten Lebanese
children have also been born on
the Israeli side in the past few
months.
SOME OF the patients bring
boxes of pills, now depleted,
asking for refills. The medics
search the local pharmacies look-
ing for the same prescription or a
suitable variation. A woman
needs a part for her stove the
Israeli promises to bring it the
next day.
The Iraqi-born medic trans-
lates complaints and descriptions
of ailments to the Israeli doctor.
Occasionally he stumbles over a
word or two after all. his
Arabic is circa 1950 and by now
heavily influenced by Hebrew.
The doctor makes notes and adds
them to the patient's folder which
is kept in a permanent file. Medi-
cines are dispensed, a patient is
told to return the next day or the
next week
NO CHARGE is made for the
Israel medical service The De
fense Ministry picks up the bi
accumulated by the Lebanese
How do the Lebanese know
about the clinic'.' It started
quietly, say-- an Israeli army
officer, a few people a day Most
of them were resident-. ol
Christian villages. Their doctors
had gone to Beirut, and
Continued on Pajje 10-E
Water well for the rej
A Vs Automotive
Center
1250 20th Street. Miami Beach
Best Wishes. Barrv Neumann
534-2194
Holbert Electric Inc.
Willard & Florence extend
New Year Greetings to all our Friends
Ester and Bob Tinter
and
B & B Draperies
Wish All Their Friends and Customers
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
A He Kaduri
Theatrical Agency
Best Wishes for a Happy New Year to All
Alney Printing, Inc
Alney Building
5701 N.E. 2nd Avenue 758-3681
A Complete Direct Mail Service
Offset Printing, Personalized Letters
Type, Hand and Mechanical Addressing
Myron S. Zcicntz of
Bache & Company, Miami
Extends Greetings to His Clients and Friends
Gold Key
Travel Inc.
1666 79th Street Causeway
Best Wishes for a Very Happy New Year
Wm. Smith
Lee's Clothing
Headquarters
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy New Year
540 North Miami Avenue 371-0439
Morty Freedman
& Associates, Inc.
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy New Year
2539 South Bayshore Drive 858-0000
Clo verleaf Nurse ry
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy New Year
290 N.E. 158 Street 944-4818
PITNEY-BOWES.INC.
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy New Year
2400 Biscayne Boulevard 573-4850
A Happy N^w Year To All .
A & P Bakery Supply
Equipment Company
3591) N.W. 60th Street Miami. Florida
Phone 635-0845
Holiday Greetings
To The Entire Jewish Community
Sutton
Optical Service
1660 Meridian Avenue Phone: 534-1406
Happv New Year To All
Rene
Draperies Service
10351 SW 62nd St.. Miami Phono 271-2439
Happy New Year To All Of You
from All Of Us
Ocean Electric Co.
745 5th St.. Miami Beach Phone 672-7233
To All. Holidav Greetings
French Jewelry, Inc.
Renee De Paris Inc.. J. Ventura and Sons
6608 Collins Ave.. Miami Beach
Phone 865-7631 or 865-0294
Happy New Year To All
Arno Shoe Store
S828 Vfi 2nd Arc. Miami I'h 754 I 5
\ Happy Neu Year To All. .
Anvil Metals, Inc.
Miscellaneous Ornamental Fabrii .
840 West 20th St., Hialeah Leo Beck ft
A Happv New Year To Ml .
De Conna
Ice Cream Company
.{292 NW 38th St.. Miami Ph. 835-2421
A Happy New Year To All. .
Miami Beach
Medical Center
Special Attention To Our Senior Citizens
1218 Washington Ave.. Miami Beach 532-4122
A Happy New Year To All. .
Carolyn Rosen Realty
2211 S.W. 67th Avenue
Miami, Florida 33155 Phone 261-6531
A Happy New Year To All. .
Budget Hardware
& Appliances
8*9 N.E. 125th St., North Miami 891-6551
Happy New Year To Our Patrons from
McKinney Supply Company
300 N.E. 71st Street. Miami, Florida
________ Phone: 751-8543
A Happv New Year To All. .
Barnes
Optical Service
1629 Washington Ave.. Miami Beach
Phone 538- 3383
A Happy New Year To All.
Lawnmower
Sales & Service
18 Years Serving Miami
6138 S. Dixie Hwv.. South Miami
______661-7003 "666-86iia_
Holiday Greetings To Our
Manx Friends in South Florida
Denmark Art Stone Co,
12351 N.W. 7th Avenue North Miami
Irving,!. Denmark. President
A Happy New Year To All. .
Cashway
Building Materials
100 N.W. 176th Street Phone 652-3410
Holiday Greetings From .
American
Mailing Service
5050 E. 11th Ave., Hialeah Phone 685-6401
A Very Happy New Year To All .
Higginbotham
Tire and Art Gallery
3300 S.W. 8th Street, Miami
A Happy New Year To All .
Mike's Cigars
OF MIAMI BEACH
Cigars Magazines Stationery
465 Arthur Godfrey Road. Miami Beach
___________iPhone 538-6707 ___
Happy New Year To All. .
The Light Switch Inc.
of North Miami
All Lighting & Appliances Repaired
_________________895-0264________________
A Happy New Year To All. .
Mel Warshaw & Joseph Berman
Miss Jay me of Miami, Inc-
2600 N.W. 5th Avenue Phone 576-3236
_______"For The Ultimate In Fashion"______
Holiday Greetings to the Jewish Community
Top-All Roofing and
Building Products
Seal Flex Coatings
1585 E. 11th Avenue. Hialeah, Florida
-Telephone 888-2689


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To All Jewish Families For A
Peaceful and Happy New Year...
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THERAPEUTIC TREATMENT
FOR THOROUGHBREDS
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Friday. September 24.197i.
Cpom War in LcBanon Comes new hope Cor IspM-ARaB peace
Continued from Page 8-E
Moslem doctors were not always
sympathetic to their needs.
Word spread and the number
of patients increased to about
two dozen daily. Then Israeli
Television filmed a program for
the Arabic language news broad-
cast immediately Moslems
began to come. too. Ap-
proximately several hundred
Lebanese now cross the border
daily.
"IT'S JUST like treating
Israelis." says an army doctor.
"Almost no one is seriously ill.
just trying to 'check* something
before it gets bad. Most of the
time. I think, they just want a
doctor to tell them they're okay."
The Lebanese complain about
lack of medical care and food
shortages. The town councils
have ceased to operate and there
are no police or law enforcement
agencies. Their children have
been out of school for a year.
Almost everyone has someone in
Beirut fighting, they hope,
because otherwise it means they
are dead.
An old woman keeps telling the
doctor "God Bless the Jews
for what they do for us." Another
asks "Who is from Metulla?
What news have you of Moshe
Levy? What? You say he has five
sons and one just got married?
Tell him Mazel Tor"
NO ONE wants to be photo-
graphed a family which
missed the border last month
and appeared on television were
murdered by the PLO on their
return. No one has any idea when
the war will end or what will be
the outcome.
Israelis follow the Metulla
clinic story with pride, although a
few skeptics complain that they
still wait hours for medical
Treat ment while the Lebanese are
taken care of within minutes.
Mostlv Israelis ask themselves
and each other will they
remember our good deeds the
next time a terrorist about to
cross the border demands food
and shelter?
ARMY authorities are
bringing in more beds and more
equipment. The barbed-wire
tence opening is being enlarged.
A Lebanese taxi-driver has
opened a regular service between
the villages and Metulla. Maybe
we can have open borders soon,
he says hopefully. The Israelis
nod. The taxi-driver's friend, a
local businessman who has begun
traveling to Damascus to get
food supplies, also thinks open
borders would be a good idea.
"Hey." he calls to the Israeli
soldiers, "do you think these
cakes would sell well on your
side'.'"
One phrase perhaps best
depicts these most unusual
border clinics. As each patient he
has treated leaves, a skullcapped
doctor tells him. "Pray for
peace."
A Happy New Year To All. .
Lear School
11211 BiscayneBlvd., Miami, Florida
Phone 893-5351
Hart's Nursery
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy New Year
2650 S. W. 97 A ven ue 221-0036
Wishing You A Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. John Tatakis
College Inn Restaurant
5894 Sunset Drive, South Miami, Florida
________________ 666- 8029________________
Holiday Greetings to the Jewish Community from
Patient's Center
(Lou Grossman)
Telephone: 445-2662
3121 Coral Way, Miami. Florida
A Happy New Year To All. .
Beach Poultry Market, Inc.
429 Espanola Way, Miami Beach 538-3870
Beach Poultry Market Inc. No. 2
2004 NE. 164th St., North Miami Beach-949 726 f
Happv Holiday To All
Irwin s Jewelers
1447 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach
Phone 531-5198
Best Wishes For A Happy New Year
167th Street Amoco
790 N.E. 167th Street 945-5588
A Happy New Year To All. .
Luigi's
oi"y\iami Beach Restaurant
435 Washington Avenue Phone 672-8002
The Season's Greetings From
Tigress Lure
Beauty Salon
9778 S.W. 8th St.. Miami Phone 226-r,712
Happy New Year To All
Halm ays
FASHION RESTAURANT & VIP LOUNGE
21 N.W. Miami Court, Miami-Phone 373-2800
Holiday Greetings
King Mufflers
"The Complete Automotive Center" Car Waxing
602 N.E. 167th Street Phone 947-7601
A Happy New Year To All. .
Sun Gold Industries, Inc.
ENGINEERING CONTRACTORS
Miami 6705 N.W. 84th Avenue 592-7500
Fort Lauderdale 3950 S.W. 47th Ave. 581-1902
A Happy New Year To All. .
WOLFIE'S
Restaurant
Not Connected with any other Store
2038 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
-Phone 538-6626
Happy, Healthy and Joyous New Year
Cypress Gardens
Flower Shop
OF SOUTH MIAMI *
5904 S. Dixie Hwy. 667-2559
Happy, Healthy and Prosperous New Year to All
Captain Alan
Yacht Sales
and Charter
___________________651-4394___________________
A Happy New Year To All. .
Billllofmann
Landscape Nursery Inc.
2160 N.W. 79th Street Phone 696-4221
BEST WISHFS FOR THE HOLDIAY SEASON
William "Bill" Wisnesky
Excavating Contractors
Hydraulic Back Hoes Barber-Green Ditchers
Foundations Dry Wells Pools
4275 S.W. 73rd Avenue Phone 264-8822
Holiday Greetings From
Bond-Wagoner
Food Brokers
1130 SE 8th Ave., Hialeah Phone 885-3562
SYBIL WILL1AMS& THEQUARTIN FAMILY
of
EDUCATIONAL ENTERPRISES
TRAVEL ASSOCIATES INCORPORATED
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy New Year
___________1410 '20th Street .ri3H-2391____
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Purity
Condiments
1800 N.W. 70th Avenue Phone 592-3600
A Happy New Year To All .
Allen Feldman & Son
GOOD ART AT MODERATE PRICKS
6992 Indian Creek Dr.. Miami Beach (Corner 71 St.
866-3181
Holiday Greetings F
' rom .
Israel Kosher
Sausage Co.
761 N.W. 21st Street
A Happy New Year To All. .
Southern Wine
& Spirits Inc.
A Happy New Year To All. .
Florida Smoked
Fish Company
1111 N.W. 159th Drive Phone 625-5112
A Very Happy New Year To All. .
Cal Kovens
Construction Corp.
1770 Bay Road-538-6676
Holiday Greetings From
Mr. anaI Mrs. A Kleiman & Family of
KLEIMAN'S
STRICTLY KOSHER MEATS
18315 N.E. 19th Avenue, North Miami Beach
______________Phone 932-5611
A Happy New Year To All. .
Saifman Bros. Air Conditioning
and Capital Roofing
7553 Cutlass Ave.. N. Bav Village. Miami Beach
Phone 865-3205
A Happy New Year To All .
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your Home and Business Call 858-4711
Burritt Sabers BaJ%
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Happv Holiday Greetings
Book Horizon*
1110 So. Dixie Highway
(at Main Entrance of U. of Miami I
North Campus Location Phone 681-0148
110th St and 27th Ave. (opposite MDJC Stadium I
South Campus Location Phone 665-6161
A Happy New Year To All .
Joe Avick & Sons
217 Northwest 36th Street Phone 576-0570
A Happy New Year To All. .
Volpe Tours
1520 Washington Ave.. Miami Beach
Phone 532-7326
CALLUS FIRST
A Happy New Year To All. .
The Herman and Levitt Families of
Hi-Grade Food Co.
355 NE 71st Street Miami Ph. 758-0516
A Happy New Year To All. .
Alexander
Stock Farm
12220 S.W. 43rd Street Phone 221-9057
Happy New Year To All .
Irving First man
Insurance
8101 Biscayne Blvd. 751-9765
A llanin New Year To All. .
Golightly
Brothers, Inc.
10470 S.W. 187th Street 235-3722
Happy New Year from .
DIAMOND
CAB CO.
545-7575
Greetings .
John A. Lvden
Mickler-Lyden
Realtors
Sales Rentals Management
Coral
1418 Ponce de Leon Blvd.
Gables, Florida 33134 4
444-6161
Wishing All A Happy New Year
King'sShoe
Rebuilders
.. 1679 ARon Road
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Barkowitz and Family
Holiday Greetings from The
Keyes Company
Our 51st Year
Realtor South s Largest
100 Biscayne Blvd. 371-3592
--------1023 Lincoln Road Mall 531-5803
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September 24,1976
*Jenifi fhridHar
Page 1 IE
YEAR 5736 was a
one for Israel and world
It was a year, as many
noted, when the Yom
War "came to an end." In
swoop, the feelings of de-
>n. worthlessness, self-
jination, despair and
>n engendered by the 1973
id culminating in the in-
United Nations General
|bly resolution equating
with racism came to an
audacious and unparal-
t of rescuing more than
stages at Entebbe Airport
jnda won world acclaim and
ed a level of confidence and
ranee to the people of Israel
most au6icious peat
Of 5736 RestORes high
I level of Confidence
and world Jewry not felt since the
victory of the Six-Day-War.
THE DIPLOMATIC fortunes
of Israel and the Jewish people
were further enhanced when the
UN Security Council, forced by
African states to debate the
legality of Israel's rescue
mission, failed to adopt a
resolution condemning the
Jewish State.
Two other major developments
also helped buoy the spirit of
Israel and world Jewry: the on-
going civil war in Lebanon left
the Palestine Liberation Or-
ganization in political shambles
and exposed it, as never before,
as a group bent on destroying a
society.
It revealed the practical con-
sequences of their theoretical
declarations for a "democratic
secular state." The war also
served to cement friendly
relations between Lebanese
farmers and villagers and Israelis
who traded with each other
through the "good fence" along
the Lebanese border.
BUT IN a more vital sense,
and in terms of the year ahead, all
this was merely frosting on the
cake. While Israel's world image
was enhanced, the deep-going
problems that threatened to rend
its social fabric unemploy-
ment, economic stagnation on the
West Rank remain un-
resolved.
Those who speak of the pre-
Entebbe and post-Entebbe
period, as though these are two
distinct and separate stages or
epochs in Israel's history, are
creating an illusion in order to
better repress a painful ongoing
reality.
Entebbe cannot become an end
in itself; it cannot become a sub-
stitute for a genuine foreign
policy striving toward a peace in
the Middle East nor a substitute
for a domestic policy seeking to
solve the social and economic
problems; it cannot become a
Continued on Page 13-E
A Happy New Year To All
). T. C. Tool Corp.
[7 N.W. 54th Street. Miami
633-9081
lappy New Year and Best Wishes To All
Doris Jay
285 N.W. 26th Street
Phone 576-2360
GREETINGS TO ALL
Sims Drugs
Complete Fountain Service
Sub Post Office Telephone Bills
tEE PRESCRIPTION DELIVERY
[4090 E. 8th Ave., Hialeah, 696-4711
HAPPY HOLIDAYS
Allen Originals
Dress Manufacturer
1155 Southwest 6th Street, Ph. 545-7380
A Happy New Year From Julie Nadler
Beach Hardware
and Paint Co., Inc.
Electrical Appliances Plumbing Supplies
1121-1123 Washington Ave. Phone 531-9059
A Happy New Year To All. .
Keyes City
Insurance Agency Inc.
2750 Douglas Road, Miami. Florida 33133
Phone; 442-0234
[R. & MRS. DAVID MUHLRAD OF
Starlite Hotel
Wish Their Relatives and Friends A
LPPY. HEALTHY AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
Happv New Year To All. .
Dolly's Florist
1300 N.W. 7th Avenue
Phone 681-6688
UA PPYA NI) PROSPERO US NE W YEA R
I S H A E L, I N C.
xcrs and Manufacturers of Fine OfficeFurnituri
Fixtures and Architectural Woodwork
1% West 24th Street, Hialeah 888-4262
New Year Greetings To The Jewish Community
BISCAYNE CHEMICAL LABORATORIES, INC.
Industrial Chemicals. Laundry, Dry Cleaning,
Janitor Suppliesand Equipment, Laboratory
SuDDliesand Chemicals
1215 N.W. 7th Ave.. Miami 33136 Phone: 324-1133
A Happy New Year To All. .
Painter's Poultry
OF FLORIDA INC.
1860 N.W. 75th Street, Miami. Florida
Phone 696-7901
A Very Happy New Year To All. .
Curtiss Pharmacy
3964 Curtiss Parkway, Miami Springs, Florida
Phone 871-5020
A Happy New Year To All. .
Johnny Raffa's
Lobo Lounge
|1 Biscayne Blvd.. Miami Phone 379-6290
A Happv New Year To All. .
Gulfstream
Press, Inc.
N.W. 59th Street. A'iami Ph. 633-8271
A Happy New Year To All. .
\y Enterprises, Inc.
Church Suppliers
Interior Designers and Consultants
'Serving All Florida and Caribbean'"
I N.E. 4 Court. Miami Phone 754-7575
A Happy New Year To All. .
Service First
Insurance Agency
3497 N.W. 7th Ave. 635-7507
Mr. Jim Levenson
Holiday Greetings From
Credit Bureau Inc
14701 N.W. 7th Avenue, Miami
Phone 685-5911
Holiday Greetings
Acme Industrial
Sheet Metal, Inc.
555 W. 18th Street Phone 885-4943
A Happy New Year To All
Food Spot
Stores
Groceries & Dairy Stores
Located rhroughout Dade County
A Happy New Year To All. .
Abner Moyal's
CONTINENTAL
CUSTOM TAILORING
360 N.E. 167th Street
Phone 940-1129 Open 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Holiday Greetings To The Jewish Community
Fine Potato Chip Co.
3485 N.W. 65th St., Miami 691-0231
A Happy New Year To All. .
King Arthur
Chair Co., Inc.
5501 N.W. 36th Avenue
Ph. 635-3066 Ph. 635-6650
A Very Happy New Year To All. .
ENFIELD'S
4000 N.W. 30th Ave. Ph. 633-1551
A Happy and Prosperous New Year To All. .
Crown Laundry
And Cleaners
2025 N.E. 163rd Street. North Miami Bea< h
Phone 947-1812
. Each Garment Given Individual Care ___
A Happy New Year To AH
East Coa~
A Happy Now Year To All
ALLES
Southeast Corp.
7395 West 18th Lane. Hialeah. Florida
Phone 823-4700 Wats Line 800-432-6050
A Happy New Year To All. .
lectronic Equipment
Co. Inc.
M)27 N. W. 24th Street, Miami. Florida
_________Phone 871-3500_________________
lew Year Greetings Tolall Our Friends
\ol Megdell Realtor
i Phone 538-8551 605 Lincoln Road
New Year Greetmg*
C. &R.
Scrap Metal
Pipe. Plato ital
3177 N. V N
A Happy New Year To All
Baldwin Mortgage Co.
Baldwin Insurance
Agency, Inc.
840 Biscayne Blvd., Miami Phone 374-8181
Scrap M
3273 N.W. No. River i a 634-7744
Holiday Greetings t iTnonds & clients
The Herlta j Corp.
of South lorida
\Iorga;' bankers
Ed ird !". nsl .-in. President
1318N.W. St.. Miami Phone324-4000
A Happy New Year To All. .
Home Lumber & Industrial
Supply Corp.
1050 E. 25th Street. Hialeah. Florida
Phone 691-8515 Hank Penchansky
A Han \>>\\ Year To All. from
Miami
Provision Co.
A Very Happy New Year To All. .
Miami Spray Co.
1201 Opa-locka Blvd. 685-1521
Opa-locka. Florida
A il ppy New Year To All
Fedco
shington Ave., Miami Beach, Florida
Phone 531-8945
A Happv New Year To All. .
Peter F. Heller
& Associates
Public Relations
350 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach 538-6778
Season's Greetings To All. .
Gables Lincoln
Mercury, Inc.
4001 Ponce de Leon Blvd.
Coral Gables Phone 445-7711
A Happy New Year To All .
Owens-Illinois, Incorporated
Manufacturer Corrugated Shipping Boxes
Forest Products Division
1101 E. 33rd Street, Hialeah. Florida 33013
691-2121 Harold Leen
A Very Happy New Year To All. .
Northen
Distributors, Inc.
5340 N. W. 163rd Street, Hialeah
Phone 625-8282


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f Jen isii rk ridHar
Friday. September 24, 1976
hoilywoo6 Responds to enteBBe With Cameras
THE EVENTS in Uganda on our Bicentennial
have inspired a great number of Hollywood film
makers to immortalize the courage and brilliant
strategy of the Israeli commandos who rescued
the more than 100 hostages at F.ntebbe Airport in
less than one hour.
It is fitting that we report on the pictures now
being prepared for production. It completes the
circle of events throughout the centuries, from the
Jewish triumph over the Kgyptians, the
destruction of the Temple, and the mass murder
of our brethren under the Nazis, to the assurance
of today that there is a State of Israel to protect
those who still live in a hostile world.
'"Asw'llt on Entebbe" is the title of Elliott
Kastner's epic for which Shmuel F.rde and Geoff
A Happy New Year To All
Blystone Plastics
1144 S.W. 27th Avenue
Miami, Florida 33135
Phone 643-3151
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
Compliments of
Miami Pool Equipment, Inc.
150 N.W. 176th St., Miami, Florida
Phone: 652-3628
Good Wishes from .
IRVING L. WEXLER
Musak Corp,
Dade, Broward and
Monroe Counties
531-7341
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
K ml ma Picture Corp.
PAULW.BOUTILIER
2328 Ponce de Leon Blvd.
Phone 443-6262 Coral Gables
A Happv New Year To All. .
cms A ISS
RESTAURANT
14255 N.W. 7th Avenue
NORTH MIAMI Phone 681-0012
Holiday Greetings
To The Jewish Community
fff f don of Miami, Inc.
2661 N.W. 5thAve.
Miami. Florida
______________Telephone 576-3060
A Happy New Year To All
Aths Metal Industries, Inc.
1135 N.W. b Drive, Miami, Florida
625-2451
Holiday l i.tgs To All. .
Barton's r >nbonniere
New Israeli G hpartmen t
PHONE M09
424 LINCOLN ; J) MALL
HOLIDAY GREEYING& rnOM
Atlantic Equipment Co.
800 N. MIAMI AVENUE, 373-3351
A Happy New Year To All
INTERIORS
BY
Dale E. Weidman, Inc.
5000 N. Miami Ave., Miami, Phone 759-4971
To All Greetings .
Service Glass & Mirrors, Inc.
Free Estimates
Quality Workmanship
759 N.E. 79th Street, Phone 754-5527
A Happy New Year To All. .
Robinson Galleries, Inc.
627 So. Miami Avenue, Miami
Phone 374-5713
Berkin supplied the Btorj background with Alan
Caillou now writing th<' screenplay.
JERRY GERSHWIN, who is producing the
film for Kastner, gave this column a tentative
cast list. Harvard-educated I.l Col. Yehonatan
Nethanyu, leader of the strike force, who was shot
in th.' back during the rescue mission is being
portrayed by Marry Newman, star of the
"PetrOCelli" television series.
James Goburn is considered for the part of Gen
Zeevi. Omar Sharif plays the role of the enigma! ic
Venezuelan Marxist Carlos, who supposedly
heads an international terrorist gang responsible
for most of the hijackings and bombings
throughout the world.
Louis Jourdan is the Air France pilot. Hen
HAPPY NEW YEAR
County Gas Company
1234 N.W. 79th Street, Phone 693-3921
Holiday Greetings
Coneord Cafeteria
1921 Collins Avenue. Miami Beach
Phone 534-4883
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
Dade Underwriters Insurance Agency
RALPH D.HOLLANDER
901 N.E. 125th Street, North Miami
891-6300
A Happy New Year To All
Danny David Cohen & Associates
Registered Real Estate and Mortgage Broker
Phone 531-5851
407 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach
Greetings To The Jewish Community
Rose Septic Tank Co., Inc.
8295 N.W. 93rd ST.
Miami. Florida
Medley. Florida
887-5594
Happy Holiday Greetings To All
Green Brook Corp.
R.SOLOVEI, President
1085 E. Nth Street. Hialeah
Happy New Year To All. .
Berty Beauty Salon & Boutique
8934-8936 Bird Road, Miami
Phone 221-3431
Happy New Year To All. .
Midtown Plaza Hotel
Under New Management
220 23rd St. off Collins, Phone 531-6814
Holiday Greetings from .
Meridian Apothecary Shop
Prescription Specialists
1680 Meridian Avenue
Phone 538-0424
COMPLIMENTS OF JERRY METZ
J& B Auto Wreckers
949-2277
2065 N.E. 151st St.
North Miami Beach
A Happy New Year To All
Richard B. Berndt Insurance
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy New Year
Ctawfctds
APPLIANCES
4298 N.W. 2 Avenue, Phone 576-0576
7211 S. W. 58th Ave.
Phone 661-4213
A Happy New Year To All
Central Lighting Fixtures
12801 N.W. 7th Ave. Miami 685-1514
A Happy New Year To All
Carmen Beauty Salon
1604 Washington Ave., Miami Beach
Gazzara is Israel's Chief ol Staff Gen. Mordechai
(iur. and Chain) Topol has confirmed to me that
he will essay the key character of Brig. Gen. Dan
Shomron, commander of the whole operation.
THREE DIRECTORS are being considered
Brian Mutton. I.amont Johnson and Don Siegel.
The Kastner picture is scheduled to go before the
cameras in October and will be shot in its entirety
in Israel \ major distribution is being negotiated
with a March. 1977, release date.
Meanwhile, Warner Bros, beat 12 competitors
in its bid for receiving the official seal of approval
from the Israeli government to go ahead with a
film on Entebbe.
The $10 million Warner-budgeted film, most ol
which will be shot in Israel, goes into production
A Happv New Year To All
Faust Roofing, Inc.
All Types of Residential
Industrial & Commercial Roofs
3030 SW 38th Ave.. Miami Phone: 445-589
Happy New Year To All. .
Tropex Batteries, Inc.
"First to Last in Hatteries"
2100 N.W. 17th Avenue Call 325-0535
A Happy New Year To All
From Stanley Bornstein
Seminole Tile Co,
13305 S.W. 88th Avenue
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
Smith Terminal Warehouse Co.
3535 N.W. 112 Street, Miami Phone: 685-032J
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
Don M. Rutledge
Interior Decorators and Designers
4906 North Kendall Drive
Phone 661-0500
A Happy Xeie Year To All
Le Monde Jewelers
8638Coral Way. Miami
Phone 221-1424
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
Display Unlimited
7400 N.W. 37th AVENUE. MIAMI, FLORIDA
Telephone: 693-3801
.4 Happy New Year To All
O verholt Jewelers
Crossroad Building
7220Red Road. South Miami
Phone 665-2112
Holiday Greetings To All
Mac Vicar- Wells, Inc.
3445 North Miami Avenue. Miami, Florida
Phone 573-5414
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
BenGraber's
LADIES WEAR
1325 N.E. 163 St. -945-4171
163rd St. Shopping Center
__________751-2443
A Happy New Year To All
Belle Meade
SERVICE STATION
Pick-up Delivery Shell Oil Chance
7601 Biscayne Blvd. Ph. 754-8702
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
Desk Exchange
New and Used Office Furniture
2742 N.W. 35th Street, Phone 634-4024
Holiday Greetings to All
Our Friends and Patrons
Fenton & Musk at
REALTORS
529 Arthur Godfrey Rd.
MIAMI BEACH Phone 538-0631


Friday. September 24, 1976
r
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early 1977 and will world-premiere next summer.
Franklin Schaffner (of "Patton") will direct the
film and Ken Ross will write the script. But other
film makers are going ahead with their own
movies.
THERE ISstiU "90 Minutes at Entebbe." with
Paddy ("hayefsky writing the screenplay for
Paramount and Sidney Lumet set to direct. Merv
Griffin Productions will utilize the experience of
ihe company's president Murray Schwartz, who
bv chance was on the ill-fated Air France airbus.
Their film is titled "Odyssey of Flight 139."
First Artists, the company jointly owned by Paul
Newman, Harbra Streisand. Dustin Hoffman and
Steve McQueen and headed by Phil Feldman is
preparing still another "Entebbe" epic. Last, but
not least, there is the Universal project. "Rescue
at Entebbe," announced as a George Roy Hill
production within 24 hours after the assault on
the Uganda air base.
* Jknit> ihrkUan
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I Confidence RestoReft
View of tent-hospital at the Metulla border.
Continued from Page 11 -E
Shibboleth for future Israeli and
diaspora generations viewing
historic problems through the
prisn of a heroic deed; and it
certiiinly should not be used as an
escape hatch from pressing
reality.
ENTEBBE was one chapter,
albeit a glorious one. in Israel's
ongoing fight against terrorism.
It was not the whole book.
Both the rescue mission and
the newly developed relations
between Israelis and Lebanese
along the "good fence" reveal Che
organizing capacity and
humanitarianism of Israel.
The Entebbe rescue mission
also revealed that all segments of
Israel's society can unite in a
common effort when required,
and that the bickering between
warring factions can be put aside.
THE ENERGIES, resource
fulness and daring that made
Entebbe possible must be har-
nessed to solve social and
economic problems in Israel and
between Israel and its neighbors
The Jewish state showed the
world during this past year that
it is not a foreign body in the
politic of the Mideast but a viable
and vital social organism.
*
Frank J. Smith
Associates, P.A.
SecurityLoss PreventionCorporate Special
I nquiries Professional Polygraph
ExaminationsX-FBI Associates Nationally
(305)893-5954
P.O. BOX 611652 North Miami. Florida
BEST WISHES FOR A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
M &L
FOOD CENTER
7446 COLLINS AVENUE
PHONE 865-2648
A Very Happy New Year
To the Entire Jewish Community
First Lady
Surfside Salon
Specializing in
FASHIONS FOR WOMEN WHO WEAR
Sizes 14 to 20, 12'2 to 261
38 to 46
9551 Harding Avenue
Telephone: 865-2611
2.
A Very Happy New Year
To The Entire Jewish Community
PANZONI
RESTAURANT
The finest in authentic Italian cuisine.
1794 N.E. 4th Avenue
For reservations, phone: 374-6060
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
E.P. Supe
Gaulding Inc.
IMPORT & EXPORT
770 W. 20th St. Hialeah 33010
885-5688
A Very Happy New Year
To The Entire Jewis. Community
Sealtest Foods,
Inc.
New Year Greetings From
LeMARE
TRANSPORT
2760 N.W. 36th St. Miami 33142
635-8614
A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR
to he entire Jewish community
/Ierd
RENT A CAM*
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All Cars Air Conditioned & Automatic
PHONE: 871-3990
Happy New Year To All From
GATEWAY JIM & STAFF
Gateway A.M.C. Jeep
1650 N.E. 163 St. North Miami Beach, Fla.
Phone 945-5311
Carpets Cleaned
free estimates
888-9762
Contempo Carpets
260 W. 21 St., Hlh.
Over 20 Years Carpet Experience
LAVINO
SHIPPING CO.
Compliments of
Mr. Don Quinn
A Very Happy New Year To
The Entire Jewish Community
ADH MOVING
& STORAGE
Local Movers. .Dade & Broward
Call the people who know the territory.
621-0271
Happy New Year to the Entire
Jewish Community
Office Personnel Pool
Serving both job applicant & client company
Providing highly qualified bilingual secretaries
and general office personnel on a daily, weekly or
seasonal basis at no charge to the employer.
Call PEG HIGGINS. .651-6464
633 N.E. 167th Street. N.M.B.
A Very Happy New Year To The
Entire Jewish Community
STONEHENGE
EMPORIUM
Men's Apparel of Distinction
8953 S.W. 107th Avenue
(Located in the Kendall Mall)
Telephone: 595-5100
A Very Happy New Year To
The Entire Jewish Community
Joy Time Travel
Tour & Cruise Specialists
World Wide Travel Accomodations
At No Extra Cost To You
Phone:947-4552
1190 N.E. 163rd Street,
North Miami Beach


Pagel4-E
*Jenii> fkridfiar
Friday, September 24.1976
ACrica's 'Coup': IsragI's 'Racism'
i .1______i___. .1__..car in nther ITOB WERE also
By GEOFFREY WIGODER
FOR JEWS the world over, the
shock of the year was the UN
vote equating Zionism with
racism. This was such arrant
nonsense that the thought that it
could be adopted by the most
prestigious world body left the
feeling of mankind gone mad
(Abba Kban commented that if
the Arabs proposed that the
world was flat, they would be
guaranteed an automatic
majority in the U N in favor of the
motion).
The attack OH Zionism in the
General Assembly was echoed
throughout the year in other
gatherings under UN auspices.
Yet it was not an unmixed
curse. It brought many Jews to a
serious consideration, some for
the first time, of the meaning and
significance to them of Zionism.
There were those who previously
had paid only lip service but were
now brought to the realization of
the nature and extent of their
commitment. Jews in many
countries sought to prevent their
governments from acquiescing in
the farce, with Mexico suffering
for a time from a Jewish tourist
boycott following its hostile
vote.
JEWS WERE also concerned
at the growing Arab inroads in
the Western world and the bur-
geoning Arab boycott, which all
too often was tacitly accepted by
governments as a fact of
economic life. U.S. Jewish
organizations published in-
formation on banks and com-
panies complying with the
boycott, and the situation was
similar in other countries.
In England, Arab inroads were
vividly brought home by their
purchase of the Dorchester Hotel,
a favorite resort of London's
Jewish organizations and af-
fluent Jews, as well as of the
building housing the United
Jewish Friendly Society.
Inside the Arab world, main
attention was on the fate of the
Jews in Lebanon. The com-
munity had dwindled to a couple
of thousand on the eve of the
Civil War and most of those have
now left the country or fled
Beirut tor the rural areas. 1 hose
who remained in the capital spent
A grueling year: the area of the
synagogue found itself in the
combat zone and Beveral Jews
were killed.
THE IRAQIIS perpetrated
another excess in their hanging ol
a Dutch Jew. concentration camp
survivor Alexander Aronson. a
former assistant to Albert Sch-
weitzer, who had been engaged in
humanitarian work among the
Kurds. After denying the
execution for months, the Iraqis
grudgingly returned the body to
Holland. Another Jewish
humanitarian who met a tragic
end was Dr. Melville Edelstein
who had singlemindedlv devoted
himself to work among black
South Africans in the township of
Sowcto When rioting erupted
there, he was the firs! white
\ ictim.
Inside the U.S.. it was i busy
year. Various crises facing Israel
activated U.S. Jewry am: in the
early part of the year Daniel
Movnihan joined Sen. Jackson as
a Jewish folk-hero. The pro Israel
lobby swung into action i,, tight
the UN resolution, to oppose
= \1
Holiday Greetings to the Jewish Community .
Stan Friedman
Real Estate School
AND OFFICE
14907 N.W. 7th Avenue 685-8986 Miami. Florida
To All Our Customers and Friends
a Very Healthy and Happy Holiday
Mrs. Harold's Flower Shop
1075 N.E. 79th Street Miami, Florida
Open 7 Days a Week Phone 757-3471
We Deliver Thruout Miami & Broward County
A Happy New Year To All .
Snow b rite
Roof Cleaning & Painting Co.
130 N.E. 152nd Street, North Miami
373-8125 8 947-6465
10235 Quail Roost Drive Phone 235-7811
A Very Happy New Year To All. .
Sevilla Gardens
Flowers for that unforgettable occasion
by Sylvia Watler
7201 Coral Way, Miami, Florida-Phone: 261-3096
Holiday Greetings From .
Earl V.Wilson
Company
Merchandise Brokers Miami. Jacksonville.
Tampa. Orlando. Atlanta and Albany. Georgia
ARCHIE'S
STANDARD OIL STATION
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happv New Year
9001 S.W. 152 Street 235-9672____
Auto Radiator &
Air Conditioningy Inc.
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy New Year
1295 N.E. First Avenue 373-7493
Cancellation Shoe Store
Extends A Very Happy New Year
To The Entire Jewish Community
736 N.W. 183 Street 652-6226
Dinty Moore's
RESTAURANT
Extends To The F.ntire Jewish Community
A Very Happy New Year
1295 E. Hallandale Beach Blvd. 949-2524
Holiday Greetings from
George W. Lasche,
Realtor
12781 West Dixie Highway, North Miami
Telephone 891-4030
A Very Happy New Year
To The Entire Jewish Community
Artistic Mirrors, Inc.
1962 N.E. 149th Street
Dade: 947-5644 Broward: 523-5151
A Happy New Year To All. .
Miller and Solomon, Inc.
General Contractors
460 S. Dixie Highway Coral Gables
Phone: 661-3403 _____
A Happy New Year To All. .
Carpenters
District Council
2955 N.W. 17th Ave., Miami, Florida
Phone 635-5207
A Happy New Year To All. .
DOUG STEWART, REALTOR
8433 S.W. 132nd Street, Miami
Phone 233-7171
KIRBY-TUTTLE
COMPANY, INC.
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Verv Happv New Year
2175 S.W. 8 Street 643-4004
Modern Fish
& Seafood Market
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy New Year
3644 Grand Avenue 443-1446
Medallion
Industries, Inc.
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy New Year
2900 N.W. 77 Court 592-1661
Castle Harbor
Sailboat Rentals
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happv New Year
Dinner Key Marina South Bulkhead 858-3212
A Happy New Year To All. .
Palmer's Roofing &
Supply Co., Inc.
3555 N.W. 74th St. 696-7620
A Happy New Year To All. .
Reliable
Super Drugs
2170 N.E. 123rd Street (Broad Causeway I
Alan Heilpern, President________
Holiday Greetings to All. .
Standard Welding
SUPPLY CO.
NCG Authorized Dealer
7610 N.W. 23rd Ave. Phone 836-8070
Walter Mahany, Prop.
Riviera Pharmacy
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Verv Happy New Year
4720 Le Jeune Road 661-5321
A Very Happy New Year To All. .
Stephan Kravitz Allen Supler
Amber Oil
CORPORATION
1861 Bay Road. Miami Beach Phone 538-4611
Not "Just Another" Eating Place
Kenny's Restaurant
318 Aragon Avenue, Coral Gables
Phone 448-2761 -Open 7 A.M.-9 P.M.
A Happv New Year To All .
MACK S CYCLE SHOP
Schwinn Bicycles
On Sunset Drive 1 Block West of U.S. No. 1
5995 Sunset Drive, South Miami-Phone 661-8363
Sales Repairs On All Makes_________
A Happy New Year To All
NORTH DADE FURNITURE
Home of Name Brands
Furniture Bedding Accessories
Quality Low Prices Service
Located on U.S. Highway 441 at 199th Street
19926 N.W. 2nd Avenue-Phone 652-5170
Minerva Spanish Restaurant
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Verv Happv New Year
265 N.E. 2 Street 374-9420
Sambo's Restaurant
Extends A Very Happy New Year
To The Entire Jewish Community
2701 Collins Avenue 534-6400
George's
Super Sub Shop
Extends To The EntireJewish Communit\
A Very Happy New Year
4580 S.W. 8th Street 443-1713
Margit
From Cooper's Restaurant
Extends To The Entire Jewish Communit>
A Very Happv New Year
6505 Bird Road Phone 661-9303
Dade Restaurant
Repair Shop
Extends To The Entire Jewish Communits
A Very Happy New Year
2319 N.W. 7th Avenue Phone 573-6888
HEADBECKHAM
INSURANCE AGENCY. INC.
General Insurance
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy New Year
1111 South Bavshore Drive 358-800(1
Rose Rice
& Associates
Extends To The Ent ire Jewish Community
A Very Happv Rosh Hashanah
1090N.E. Til Street 751-6322
v
Vagabond Sportswear Inc.
Manufacturers of Missy and Junior Sportswear
3624 N.W, list Street. Miami. Florida
Telephone 633-6047
DECOR INC.
9446 Harding Avenue. Miami Beach
Phone 866-0905
Sheet Metal
ASSOCIATES
2463 NW 76th Street 836-6011
Sam Oltchick. Pres.
AUSTIN BURKE
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy New Year
591 N.W. 26 Street 576-2714
Cole brook Mills
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy New Year
1100 East 41 Street, Hialeah 693-8300
HORATIO'S
OF COCONUT GROVE HOTEL
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy New Year
2649 South Bayshore Drive 858-2500


! Friday, September 24. 1976
* hni^lh Fk rid/tor)
Page 15-E
planes for Egypt, to combat the
whittling down of grants for
The race for (he Presidential
nominations brought out a flock
,,I hopefuls who spoke at Jewish
functions, donned yarmulkes, ate
babels and published assurances
o! support for Israel. In the end
the Jews o( both parties swung
behind the official candidates and
. neral were content that
liberal trends wore uppermost in
both platforms.
row AIM) the end of the year
came the Bicentennial
celebrations which evoked en-
iastic Jewish participation.
including the first-time blowing
ol the shofar inside the While
House during a visit by rabbis o'
I s communities.
There was little change in the
situation of Russia's Jews.
Dissenters and potential
emigrants continued to suffer
discrimination and even im-
prisonment. Jewish cultural
expression was suppressed
WDrshippers outside the
Moscow synagogue were beaten
up on Rosh Hashanah Virulent
anti-Jewish literature I including
modernized versions 0| the
Protocols of the Elders oi Zion)
was still published on a large
scale.
A MONUMENT was erected
;" Babi Yar but no specific
mention was made oi the tens ol
thousands ol Jews Who had been
massacred there Emigration
continued, although at a lower
rate than pre\ iouslj and almost
hall the emigres went to
dest inations other than Israel.
The only Soviet Jew who left
the country without a permit was
cosmonaut Horis Volunov on his
second journey into space in
Soyuz 21. The one Jew in the
Soviet hierarchy. Benjamin
DymchitZ, received a promotion
to the post of ;irst deputy
premier.
Relations with Christian
bodies had their ups and downs
during the year over Israel
issues Vatican representatives
subscribed to an anti-Zionist
resolution at a conference with
Moslem leaders in Tunis lull
sought to make amends by sub-
sequent statements in Rome and
Jerusalem.
A SIMILAR tightrope act
followed their support ol an anti-
Zionist resolution at the Habitat
conference in Vancouver. One of
the most understanding of
Vatican spokesmen. MonSlgnor
de Con te neon, head ot the
Secretariat tor Relations with
Judaism who at the beginning
of the year had been the first
leading Vatican prelate to attend
a Kol \idre service in Rome -
died it. In;1 aiiamier.
()n the Protestant side. Dr.
Paul Potter, secretary general of
the World Council of Churches,
made a downright statement
condemning the I \ ant i Zionist
resolul ion
Elsewhere, Spanish royalty
made various gestures to their
Jewish subjects including an un-
precedented v isii by Queen
Sophie to a service in the Madrid
synagogue. The nominal ion ot an
ex-Nazi to head the Rotarv Inter-
national was quashed after
protests, many of Jewish origin.
from different parts ot the world.
Simon Wiesenl ha Is continuing
search for ex Nazis brought him
into a spat with \iis| na's Jewish
chancellor. Mruno Kreisky.
Italian Jews were concerned at
Communist j;aiii- in the elections
while Australian -lews tended to
be pleased with then change ol
government and the ouster ol the
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but I he bulk held on and In ;'an
building a new synagogue in
Salisbury Pour out ot the year's
eleven \dbel Prize winners were
Jews but ihis percentage was
easily surpassed in Harold
Wilson's resignation honors.
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PROCLAIM LIBERTY: Abraham Kohn, an Illinois Jew, gave this American flag to President Abraham Lincoln. Its
Biblical inscription from Joshua 1:9 gave words of hope to a young nation during difficult days. "Be strong and of good
courage. Do not be afraid. Do not fear. For the Lord your God is with you in all that you undertake."
AmeRican Bicentennial: the messiah is Just
aROtind the CoRneRBut theRe's
Something Still holding him Up
By JACOB R. MARCUS
Director, American Jewish Archives
Hebrew Union College-
Jewish Institute of Religion
OURS IS the greatest Jewry the world has ever
known. There are almost 6,000.000 Jews in this
country and 10,000 societies. This means that
every man and woman here may hope some day to
become president, at least of a Jewish
organization. We are not newcomers; we are as
old as America herself.
When Columbus touched land in October, 1492,
the first man over the side was probably the
Jewish interpreter Luis de Torres; in the 1640's,
when Miles Standish and John Alden were still
alive, a Jewish merchant walked the streets of
Boston. When we reca!! that under the British no
Jew could hold public office we will understand
why our fathers became patriots in 1775. They
were not free.
In 1782, a Virginia congressman went to Front
Street in Philadelphia to borrow some hard cash
from a Jew there. The Continental currency in
that delegate's pocket was not worth a con-
tinental. That Jew helped keep that Virginian in
office; and in that same decade that congressman
became the chief architect of a constitution which
made it possible for Jews to become American
citizens. The Jew was Haym Salomon; the
congressman was James Madison.
AFTER THE German Republic of 1848 col-
lapsed, the Bavarian, Lazarus Straus, brought his
three sons to this land. The boys rented a con-
cession in R. H. Macy & Company, and when
they needed money for expansion the bank gave
them all they asked because of the integrity of
their father.
"Well," said John A. Stewart, the president of
the United States Trust Company, "if the old
man is still in the firm he is good for anything to
which he will put his name." And while Lazarus'
sons, Isidor and Nathan, were building R. H.
Macy into the greatest department store in the
world, the Russian czars were tolerating the
massacre of thousands of Jewish men, women and
children.
Over 2,000,000 East European refugees
eventually found an asylum in this the land of
unlimited opportunity. Among them was a Polish
lad named Louis J. Horowitz, only 17 when he
arrived. By the time he was 35, he was the
president of what was probably the most
prestigious construction company in the United
States, and it is said that he more than any
other man was responsible for the high-rise
skyline of the great metropolis of New York.
In 1761, a French Jew had been sentenced to
death for eating a cracker, a consecrated wafer, ir
a Catholic church. On October 14, 1975, a mass
was said at St. Patrick's in New York for the
singer Richard Tucker, an Orthodox Jew of East
European parentage. The eulogy was delivered by
Father Hesburgh of Notre Dame, an honorary
alumnus of the Hebrew Union College-Jewish
Institute of Religion.
FORGIVE ME, if I imply that the Messiah is
just around the comer. If he is, something is still
holding him up. We have many problems. For
example the Federations of Jewish Charities,
through their support of some of our schools, are
in a position to influence the conduct of Jewish
religious institutions.
These secularistk federations have entered into
a field where sooner or later they will confront our
religious leaders. Again, Jewish all-day schools
are receiving support from the welfare funds and
we must decide whether an increased knowledge
of Hebrew is compensation for a self-imposed
cultural segregation.
Next, a completely free press is the palladium
of our rights as members of the Jewish com-
munity, yet because the Jewish newspapers in our
large cities are often under Federation control we
must ask ourselves whether it is possible to have
a Jewish press that feels free to criticize. Also
and this is vital there is today no overall truly
; representative Jewish organization in the United
i States that can speak for the Jewish people in an
. hour of crisis.
WE FACE religious indifference, an alarming
intermarriage rate, assimilation. About 10
percent of American Jewry lives at the poverty
level; the money given by congregations to
support the Hebrew Union College and the Union
of American Hebrew Congregations, the oldest
nationwide Jewish religious institutions in the
United States, amounts to about one percent of
the funds American Jewry sends abroad.
Our unhappiness with anti-Semitic statements
of some Black militants should not blind us to
the fact that Negroes are a downtrodden people.
Prejudice is a curse to which we Jews are still
' subjected. There are exceptions, I know full well,
but it is still easier for a camel to go through the
eye of a needle than for a Jew to enter into most
executive suites.
One may well ask: Is our State Department not
circumscribing our options as we fight to
emancipate three million Jews in Russia and to
guarantee the survival of three million more in the
ancient land of Israel?
YET DESPITE these problems, there is much
to make us happy in this Bicentennial year.
Though few in number, we have nevertheless
survived. Numbers are not important. Would you
be as numerous as the Chinese? Is that your goal?
During the Middle Ages, there were only two or
three million Jews in all the world, yet there has
never been an age when Jews were more loyal.
We are proud of our quality as a cultured com-
munity. Beginning in the 1840's, we came to these
shores as German and Slavic villagers, im-
poverished, without political rights; today, we
enjoy unprecedented cultural, economic, and
political opportunities in this the greatest empire
the world has ever known.
It was a German immigrant to these shores
who perfected the first practical microphone and
another from the German-Polish border who was
the first American to receive a Nobel Prize in the
sciences. Today, about 80 percent of all American
Jewish young men and women go to college, and
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Friday, September 24,1976
messiah AROur.6 CooneR But Something Is holding him Up1
Continued from Page 1-F
although we are less than 3 pe cent of the
population, 15 to 20 percent of all American Nobel
laureates in the physical sciences are Jews.
DESPITE THE impoverished among us we are
an affluent people. In 1729 the first published
budget of the only Jewish organization in British
North America was less than $900. Today the
gross national product of all Jewish associations,
institutions, and societies is $1,500,000,000.
A generation ago Julius Rosenwald through his
matching grants helped establish over 4.000
Negro institutions. In my opinion he did more for
the Blacks than any other white man in this
country. At this moment there are over 300
colleges offering courses in Hebraic and Judaii
studies; there is a Jewish library in almost every
synagogue: there is a four-branched liberal
seminary uniting Reform Jews all the way from
Los Angeles to Jerusalem.
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gregations in the Union teaches Hebrew. Oscar
Straus once said that Hebraic mortar cemented
the foundations of American democracy, but
equally important for us is the fact that the
Hebrew language cements Jews all over the
world, creating an indissoluble whole more eternal
than the everlasting granite hills.
WE HAVE finally effected a harmonization of
the best in Judaism and Western culture.
Through the arts and sciences which we embrace
we have become an elite group. Here in this land
alone every ten years we publish 1,000 Jewish
scholarly works which illuminate our history,
literature, and religion. We are liberals, for our
laymen and our rabbis preach the gospel of the
fatherhood of God and the brotherhood of man.
There is but one God and but one humanity.
We have emancipated oursleves from the dead
hand of authority. We believe in the right of every
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individual to live with his conscience and to
accept in Judaism only that which will enable him
to be a free person living on the highest ethical
plane.
We do not await the coming of a personal
Messiah, but we do look forward to the advent of
a Messianic Age where men will act justly, love
mercy, and walk humbly with their God. We
accept the findings of science and somewhat
belatedly, to be sure affirm the equality of
women. We are proud of the fact that when our
College opened in October. 1875, one of the
students admitted to that first class was a girl.
LET US REJOICE. We have gone far since
September. 1775. when the officers of the Jewish
congregation in New York City met for the last
time as second-class British subjects; we have
gone far since August. 1776. when most member-.
of that congregation went into exile as Americans
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MARK TWAIN had a mes-
sage of welcome and promise for
the struggling masses of Jewish
immigrants who had passed
through Ellis Island at the turn
of the 20th century.
"If statistics are right, Jews"
constitute one percent of the
human race." the great author
wrote "Properly, the Jew
ought hardly to be heard of. .
(YetI He is as prominent on the
planet as any other people His
contributions to the world's list
of great names in literature,
science, art. music, finance.
medicine and abstruse learning
are out of proportion to the
weakness of his numbers."
These words were based on
Twain's knowledge of what Jew-
ish people had achieved in many
different lands during two
millennia of worldwide Diaspora,
and especially in the new land of
America, dating from Aug. 22,
1654, when the first known Jew-
ish settler landed in New Am-
sterdam (then Dutch), later New
York (British).
THE SETTLER was Jacob
Barsimson, a native of Holland.
He was followed in September by
23 other Jews who came by way
of Brazil. Barsimson was soon
recognized as the Jewish com-
munity leader. They had their
problems.
Under Governor Peter Stuy-
vesant. the New Amsterdam
Jews enjoyed practically no
citizenship rights. They could not
engage in retail trade or practice
a handicraft, for instance. They
could not hold a public post or
serve militia duty, practice "their
religion in a synagogue or
gathering."
Yet their tax bills were dis-
proportionately high. And when
they first petitioned for the right
to purchase a burial plot, the re-
quest was denied on the ground
that "as yet there was no need."
Some Bicentennial thoughts:
ContRiBUtions

of famous Jews
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THROUGH the perseverance
and determination of such pio-
neers as Jacob Barsimson, Asher
Levy, Abraham deLucena, Jacob
Cohen Henricques, Salvador
Dandrada, Joseph d'Acosta and
David Frera, full citizenship
rights were in due course won for
the Jews of New Amsterdam,
rights which were continued
Continued on Page IT
Jacob Barsimson, first known
Jewish settler in America, wins
concessions for Jews from Peter
Stuyvesant, governor of New
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Bicentennial thouGhts
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when the British wrested the
colony from the Dutch in August.
1664. and renamed it New York.
It must never be forgotten that
this tiny group of Jews laid the
foundation of what was to be-
come here in the United States,
the largest Jewish community
under one flag, the strongest and
freest in the 2.000 years that this
people has been dispersed all over
the earth.
At that time there were some
300 Jews in all of North America.
During the next 122 years until
1776 their number had grown
eight or nine times to perhaps
2,700 in all 13 colonies with or-
ganized Jewish communities in
New York. Pennsylvania. Rhode
Island. North and South Carolina
and Georgia.
The Jewish increase was small
of course, compared with the 80
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lation. But like the exiles to
Babylon in 586 BCE, the Jewish
Americans from the very begin-
ning made great contributions to
their new homeland, of which
only a limited number can be pro-
filed here.
FRANCIS SALVADOR was
killed on Aug. 1, 1776, in one of
the earliest encounters following
the Declaration of Independence
on July 4. The site was near his
plantation along the Keowee
River in South Carolina.
With a little army of 330 men.
Salvador was defending the fron-
tier settlers against a British-
incited attack by Cherokee In-
dians. He was the first Jew to die
in the Revolution.
Son of a wealthy London
family (born 1747)." Salvador
sickened of the life of a "dandy"
and in 1773 sailed for the colony
of South Carolina. Landing at
Charleston, he purchased a back-
woods plantation and settled
down to frontier life. His mettle
was quickly recognized by his
neighbors who elected him their
delegate to the first South
Carolina Provincial Congress.
Serving in Charleston, Sal-
vador earned the friendship and
esteem of such eminent colonials
as Edward Rutledge, Patrick
Calhoun. and Edward Pinkney
who later uttered the imperish
able words: "Millions for defense
but not one cent for tribute! "
AMONG SALVADOR'S
honors were: commissioned to
sign and stamp the State's new
currency, financial advisor to the
Assembly, participated in re-
organizing the courts and selec-
tion of magistrates, advisor to
the Assembly election
procedures, participated in draft
ing the State Constitution.
Francis Salvador was just 29
years old when he died. Yet his
brief life gave abundant nourish-
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>icentenmal thouqhts
Continued from PaRe9-F
age 95.
ISAAC MOSES was a patriot
and merchant who pledged his
life and fortune in the fight for
Independence. Born in op-
pressive Germany about 1742. he
came to New York at age 22,
where he married the daughter of
trader and community leader,
I layman Levy.
Prospering in New York when
the British struck in 1776, he left
with his family without hesita-
tion, choosing the cause of free-
dom over his business and
properties. In Philadelphia,
Moses was soon on the way to
success again.
THUS AT age 39, owner of
ships and at the time father of 6
children (in a marriage blessed
with 10 in 21 years), Moses joined
the Pennsylvania militia. In
serving the Continental Con-
gress, he put all his vessels on the
high seas to prey on British com-
merce, in highly damaging acts of
war against the enemy and in
obtaining valuable supplies for
the hard pressed Americans.
During the darkest period of
the War, Isaac Moses pledged
;J.1)00 pounds to help organize a
bank to establish credits, pur-
chase sorely needed food.
Rebecca drat; wedded her
destiny to less fortunate
fellow Jews.
clothing and communication for
Washington's army. Robert
Morris, the great Revolutionary
financier, held a partnership in
several of Isaac's ships and wrote
of Moses in his diary ". .my
friend of austere culture and true
knowledge."
Isaac Moses carried well the
duties of Judaism.
HE LED in acquiring the
ground on which the first syna-
gogue building in Pennsylvania
was erected.
Returning to New York after
the war, he became a trustee of
the synagogue of Congregation
Sheanth Israel and on four dif-
ferent occasions was elected
Parnas.
REBECCA GRATZ was one of
the most beautiful and gracious
women of her time who devoted
her life to charitable causes, and
to her friends, both famous and
common. Born to wealth and
high position in Philadelphia in
1781. the decisive year of the
Revolutionary War, Rebecca
lived to see the Union restored
after Lee's surrender at
Appomattox.
Among her friends was Wash-
ington Irving who, on a visit with
Sir Walter Scott in England, told
the great author of how Rebecca,
at the peril of her own life, had
nursed Irving's fiancee, the 18-
year-old Matilda Hoffman, dying
from tuberculosis. Scott, never
knowing Jews and indulging in
the prejudices of the day, was
struck with the compassionate
Rebecca and the high esteem in
which Philadelphia held the
Gratz family. Scott immortalized
her as the lovely and faithful Re-
becca in his celebrated novel,
"Ivanhoe."
A DEVOUT Jew, Rebecca
Gratz unfortunately fell in love
with a man not of her faith,
Samuel Ewing, son of Dr. John
Ewing, noted clergyman and
Provost of the University of
Pennsylvania. Instead of mar-
riage she wedded her life to the
service of fellow Jews less for-
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KIBBUTZ YAGUR near
Haifa adopted Prisoner of
Conscience Anatoly Altman, and
has since been in constant
contact with the prisoner who is
not expected to be released until
June, 1980. Altman was arrested
along with a number of other
Soviet Jewish activists in June,
1970, and a defendant in the first
Leningrad trial. During the court
proceedings Altman, who has
previously applied for an exit
visa to Israel, admitted having
participated in the publication of
the newspaper Iton, but insisted
that the paper's contents were in
no way anti-Soviet.
Sentenced to 10 years in a
strict regime camp, the following
excerpts are from a diary kept by
a number of prisoners and
smuggled to Kibbutz Yagur:
Diary of Camp 35:
Perm District
May 1975: Copies of complaints
and appeals sent to various
officials for various reasons, were
confiscated from a group of
prisoners as "slanderous"
documents. The head of the
special squad, Lt. Rogozov,
explained to one of the prisoners
that this was done in order to
"prevent them from being trans-
ferred overseas."
May 26: The prolonged
argument between Altman and
the administration (Altman tried
to observe the requirements of
the Judaic religion and wore a
beard) had ended. Altman was
handcuffed and his beard was
shaved off by force. Lt.
Nikolayev, who personally
directed the shaving, had drawn
up a report on "shwoing
resistance."
May 29: Altman declared a
hunger strike. The tension was
rising about twenty other
prisoners were ready to support
his hunger strike. They
demanded the revocation of the
order to deprive them of visits.
May .10: The head of the camp,
Maj. Pimenov, had a talk with
Altman and agreed that
Nikolayev's report was untrue.
He ordered a substitute for the
Continued on Page 4-C
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Bayside Coffee Shop
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Burney's Richmond
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1229 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Florida
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Friday, September 2<,
197{
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Continued from Page 1-C
Minsk on an official mission us a
member of the Stalin Prize com-
mittee. Late at night on Jan. 13,
1948, he was summoned from his
hotel room by a Communist
Party official. The next morning,
his bruised and bloody corpse
was found near the railroad
station.
THE REPORTED "accidental
death" was eventually
discovered; the Soviet secret
police had killed Mikhoels by
running him over with a truck. A
Jewish theater critic who had ac-
companied him, Golubov-
Potapov, suffered the same fate.
The murdered Mikhoels was
given a magnificent funeral ir,
Moscow by the government. His
body lay in state at the Jewish
State Theatre, and tens of
thousands of Jews came to pay
their last respects in death.
The dishonesty of the official
report of "death by accident"
swiftly became apparent. A
Jewish detective who began his
own investigation of the "ac-
cident" disappeared and was
never seen again.
ON SEPT. 21,1948, Ehrenberg
writing in Pravda delivered the
opening blows of the new
campaign. He warned Soviet
Jews that their identifying with
Jews in other countries would
prove their disloyalty to the
Soviet Union.
The last issue of Eynikayt
appeared on Nov. 20, 1948. and
then the Jewish Anti-Fascist
Committee was disbanded. There
followed the liquidation of the
Yiddish Ernes publishing house,
the bi-monthly Heymland, a
Yiddish newspaper in Kiev,
Jewish libraries, the last two
Yiddish schools, professonial
theaters and amateur artistio
groups. Jewish books disap.
peared into "restricted collec-
tions" in libraries.
THE ATMOSPHERE was
further polluted by Stalin's anti-
cosmopolitanism" campaign of
1949-1951 which produced
humiliating debasing anti-Jewish
propaganda and caused the
dismissal of thousands of Jewish
professionals and artists.
The Soviet policy which cul-
Continued on Page 12-C
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Continental
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1375 NE 131 St., N. Miami Ph. 891-3006
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Friday, September 24.
1976
Dave Shoopman
28th Anniversary
Sincere thanks to all my
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Today, after 125 years of American Jewish Re- 5
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the largest liberal religious movement in the S
world. Our followers are found in every continent
of the seven seas for the sun never sets on a Re-
form Jew. "Z.
As we face a new century we face new
challenges. Our work has just begun. Mast people
in the world of today, the world of 1976. live under 2
dictators, under political tyranny. Our history S
has taught us that we can survive only where we ^
are free free culturally, economically, po-
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job of every man and woman, black and white. S
Jew and Gentile. It is the task, the challenge of
every American to realize that all of us have been
chosen in righteousness to be a light to the whole ~
world.
We are all called upon to help usher in that 5
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Page 13-C
On Visiting Schul in IstanBul
Continued from Page 7-C
around him. The street outside
was torn up and there were small
stores with people I couid not
identify.
"And Jews are in the govern-
ment?"
He clucked with his tongue the
way people in the Middle East do
when they say a silent but em-
phatic no.
SO I left with a last look at the
schul; it was not like Beth
Hamedresh Hagodol in the south
Bronx where I was Bar Mitzvah.
On the main street, I passed the
store of the man I met in the
atternoon. He was closing up.
When he saw me. he greeted me,
and said "Are you an Italian?"
and I said "No, American," and I
told him I just had seen the
Congregation. Then he sidled up
to me and said, "Listen, perhaps
you know a certain Epstein who
lives in Brooklyn. New York?"
Earlier efforts to make contact
with the Jewish community were
unavailing since I was told the
leadership was out of Rome on
vacation. The rabbi, who was
spiritual head of the united com-
munity, was on holiday on the
Isle of Elba. All this came to-
gether by a Friday and since I
had an appointment with a
Vatican spokesman and spent the
rest of the morning touring St.
Peter's and the Sistine Chapel. I
went that evening to the Jewish
synagogue on I.ungotevere
Cenci.
I had come on foot past the
Piazza Venezia, a huge and
beautiful plaza, to get around it
to the rear where I was told the
schul was. I made my way
through tight darkness and small
cobbled streets which were over-
flowing with people. It was.
although I didn't know it at the
time, the Roman ghetto.
BUT I couldn't tell from the
people. The schul itself was on an
elegant street. It was a fine
building and had the look of time
on it but I discovered it was built
in the early 1900s.
Inside I had a strange feeling I
was in one of the side churches
inside St. Peter's. It was well and
richly built, the marble pillars
reaching to a high-domed ceiling.
From the rear, the impression of
the bima and what might be
called the apse was Christian.
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The Washington Post reported from Addis
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of infiltrating agents and guerrillas into the
southern and eastern Ethiopian provinces prior to
a "full-scale" war.
In a 39-page memorandum circulated to other
African governments, the Ethiopians cite land
mine explosions, attacks on police and customs
posts, distribution of arms among Issa tribesmen
inside Ethiopia and at least two ambushes of
Ethiopian drought-relief teams since Dec. 14,
1975. At least nine Ethiopian policemen and local
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* Jen isti fkridliaw
Friday, September 24, 1976
GxceRpts CRom a 6iapv
Continued from Page 4-C
punishment ward for seven days
Sept. 4: Altman had declared
that he assumed the status of a
political prisoner (certain rights
are given to those bearing this
status). On the 5th of September
he is deprived of the right to use
the kiosk and the right to receive
a parcel. On the 6th of September
he is deprived of a visit. On the
8th of September Altman is sent
to the punishment ward and
serves n 10-day term there. He is,
however, .sent l. the punishment
ward again in the evening of the
18th of September, where he was
just released from. This time the
term is 1ft days.
Sept. 16-20: Mass protest by
prisoners in camp 35. Letters
sent to the Central Committee of
the CPSU and to Podgorny in
connection with the arbitrary
activities and illegal actions com-
mitted in the zone. The authors of
many of the letters of protest
warn that if their protests will
again be transferred to the low-
ranking authorities (to those
about whose actions the examination they will have "no
prisoners were complaining) for choice but to renounce their
Soviet citizenship and to appeal
to international bodies ."
T
Russian BuRden on thelewishheaRt
Continued from Page 2-C
minated on Aug. 12. 1952. left
three million Soviet Jews bereft
of poets, writers, actors, teachers,
leaders, theaters, artists and
communal institutions of any
kind. F.ven the Yiddish linotype
machines had been smashed.
There was no one left to give
voice to simple grief, much less to
what was left of Jewish national
and religious sentiments. The
next generation might still be
Jews, but they would be Hnml>
and mute Jews, without poets.
THE EXECUTION of the
Jewish writers in the basement of
the Lublianka Prison took place
less than one month after a trial
in which they were accused by
the Soviet government of being
"enemies of the USSR, agents of
American imperialism and
l)ourgeois nationalist Zionists."
The crimes committed against
the Jewish writers have never
been publicly acknowledged bv
any official Soviet source. F.ven
during the period following
Stalin's death, when many of his
other crimes were denounced, the
night of Aug. 12 was nol
n cognized.
While this absence of official
Soviet recognition may be a
function of the involvement of
post-war Soviet leadership in the
crime, it also represents a
commitment on the part .if the
present Soviet leadership tn a'.
perpetuation of anti-Jewish
policies: Jewish culture remains
under sentence of deal h
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5 73C Outgoing heBRew yeaR Was maRked By
these two majoR StORies that Shook the WoRld
Jewislb_Floriidl]-ian
Friday. September 24.1976 Section E
*
4
WhO Will 6V6R fopqet
the Raid on enteBBe?
ming home the Entebbe Hostages.
Harken O Israel, and be of
good cheer.
When you hear of the raid
in the midnight air:
Of the hostages who knew
that death was near,
Till came the cry, "Home
comrades, Zahal is here!"
"The operation which rescued
our dear ones from captivity will
be the subject of research, poetry
and legend," Prime Minister
Yitzhak Rabin told the Knesset
on .July 4 after Israeli airborn
troops had staged an incredible
nighttime raid on Entebbe
Airport in Uganda to rescue the
more than KM) Israeli and other
hostages held captive there.
News of the raid electrified the
world. Uganda is more than 2.000
miles away from Israel and is
considered to have one of the
strongest armies in Africa. The
skyjackers of the Air France
airbus may well have chosen it as
their destination for just these
reasons, as well as for the fact
that Uganda's leader. Field
Marshal Idi Amin appeared
ready to collaborate with them.
(In the past. Uganda's Amin had
expressed his regret that Hitler
didn't kill enough Jews and had
called for Israel's destruction.)
INDEED. non-Israeli hostages
on the Air France flight, who had
been freed earlier, indicated that
Ugandan troops appeared to be
helping the terrorists guard their
hostages
The daring rescue, brilliantly
planned and executied by the
Israeli Defense Forces (Zahal),
put an end to a week ot tension
and frustration as the terrorists,
who had skyjacked the airbus
after it left Athens on the Lod-
Athens-I'aris run. remained
fanatic in their threats and
demands.
After seizing control of the
plane and having it flown to
Libya for refueling, the terrorists
ordered it flown toward Uganda.
While the French authorities
called for the release of all the
passengers, the terrorists, ap-
parently with Field Marshal
Amin's approval, carried out a
election.'' separating the
Israelis and some others who
chose to be with them from the
other passengers.
Over 100 non-Israeli
passengers were then freed and
flown to Paris.
FOR THE Israelis, the
terrorists demanded a steep
price: the release of 53 im-
prisoned terrorists, forty of them
in Israel, six in West German
prisons, five in Kenya, others in
Switzerland.
They offered to spare the lives
of their hostages for the freedom
of men like Kozo Okomoto. who
participated in the vicious mas-
sacre at Lod Airport a few years
ago: Archbishop Capucci. ser-
ving a sentence for using his
official car and diplomatic im-
munity to smuggle arms for
terrorist attacks in Jerusalem.
members ot the Haader Meinhoff
group in West Germany, etc.
The decision facing the Israeli
authorities was an agonizing one.
Israel has consistently refused to
deal with terrorists, recognizing
that surrender to blackmail only-
whets the terrorists' appetite to
seize additional hostages and to
make more demands
YET, the rescue of life from the
threat of murder takes
precedence over virtually every
thing else. Against this was the
fact that when terrorists are
released, those who effected their
release don't want gratitude.
Continued on Page 2-E
-Rom the CRuel Civil WaR in LeBanon Comes new hope f or
isRAel-aRAB peace
They came, first by the tens,
then by the hundreds, southern
Lebanese villagers seeking
medical care from Israeli army
medics. As a result, by the begin-
ning of July, two field clinics had
been established along the border
to meet their needs.
learning of the water shortage
in the Lebanese villages. Israel
ran a pipeline across the border
so that the Lebanese could fill
their pails, and other containers
free, of course.
Some Lebanese farmers feared
that their produce wouldn't reach
other Arab markets, with the
war-ravaged country's ports
closed. So, Lebanese produce
began crossing the borders, as
well, de facto cooperation
between northern Israel and
southern Lebanon.
Just beyond the last farm-
house in Metulla. Israel's nor-
thernmost town, is a guarded
security fence. Beyond the fence
is a narrow army-built road,
which runs the length of the
Israeli-Lebanese border. Beyond
Continued on Page 8-E


September 24, 1976
* Jewish fhridfian
Page 13-C
On Visiting & Schul in IstAnmil
Continued from Page 7-C
around him. The street outside
was torn up and there were small
stores with people I could not
identify.
"And Jews are in the govern-
ment?"
He clucked with his tongue the
way people in the Middle East do
when they say a silent but em-
phatic no.
SO I left with a last look at the
schul; it was not like Beth
Hamedresh Hagodol in the south
Bronx where I was Bar Mitzvah.
On the main street, I passed the
store of the man 1 met in the
atternoon. He was closing up.
When he saw me. he greeted me,
and said "Are you an Italian?"
and I said "No, American," and I
told him I just had seen the
Congregation. Then he sidled up
to me and said, "Listen, perhaps
you know a certain Epstein who
lives in Brooklyn, New York?"
p;arlier efforts to make contact
with the Jewish community were
unavailing since I was told the
leadership was out of Rome on
vacation. The rabbi, who was
spiritual head of the united com-
munity, was on holiday on the
Isle of Elba. All this came to-
gether by a Friday and since I
had an appointment with a
Vatican spokesman and spent the
rest of the morning touring St.
Peter's and the Sistine Chapel. I
went that evening to the Jewish
synagogue on Lungotevere
Cenci.
I had come on foot past the
Piazza Venezia, a huge and
beautiful plaza, to get around it
to the rear where I was told the
schul was. I made my way
through tight darkness and small
cobbled streets which were over-
flowing with people. It was.
although I didn't know it at the
time, the Roman ghetto.
BUT I couldn't tell from the
people. The schul itself was on an
elegant street. It was a fine
building and had the look of time
on it but I discovered it was built
in the early 1900s.
Inside I had a strange feeling I
was in one of the side churches
inside St. Peter's. It was well and
richly built, the marble pillars
reaching to a high-domed ceiling.
From the rear, the impression of
the bima and what might be
called the apse was Christian.
Russia Supplies Apms
ethiopia Changes
Somalia SuBveRsion
The Washington Post reported from Addis
Ababa that Ethiopia is formally accusing Somalia
of infiltrating agents and guerrillas into the
southern and eastern Ethiopian provinces prior to
a "full-scale" war.
In a 39-page memorandum circulated to other
African governments, the Ethiopians cite land
mine explosions, attacks on police and customs
posts, distribution of arms among Issa tribesmen
inside Ethiopia and at least two ambushes of
Ethiopian drought-relief teams since Dec. 14,
1975. At least nine Ethiopian policemen and local
officials were reported killed. The report added:
"SOMALIA LAYS claim to Ethiopia's eastern
Ogaden region as well as the French territory (of
the Afars and Issasl and Kenya's northern
frontier district The outbreak of war in the
Horn of Africa could easily lead to another U.S.-
Soviet confrontation, since the United States is
Ethiopia's main arms supplier, while Somalia is
dependent on the Soviet Union for all its arms.
"Whether Moscow has any interest in pro-
voking a war at this point is not clear. But it has
provided Somalia with a vast array of weapons,
including at least 250 tanks. 400 armoured per-
sonnel carriers, 60 MIGs and a SAM air-defense
system. There seem to be more weapons than
necessary for merely defensive purposes.
"The main presumed Soviet interest in the
French Territory of the Afars and Issas is ob-
taining use of the French naval base at the port
capital of Djibouti, which is strategically located
at the mouth of the Red Sea.
"THE FEAR HERE is that France may
prematurely withdraw from its base under Somali
and other African pressure, leaving the territory
open to direct Somali invasion, to which Ethiopia
would have to react.
"Conditions in Africa for such a Somali in-
vasion seem ideal right now. Morocco and
Mauritania have openly violated the borders of
Western Sahara without any condemnation by
the Organization of African Unity."
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*Jenii> Fhridictr
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greetings QTo 9k jfewisli Community n Soufcfc 9&M(fo
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Cong/Cations and
ftganlgations
Temple Beth Am
6950 N. Kendall Drive (S.W. 88th St.) Miami. Fla.
667-5587
Joins with All Jews
In the Prayer for a Year of Peace
Kabbi Herbert M. Baumgard, D.H.L.
Mitchel Chefitz, Associate Rabbi
Rabbi Julian Cook, Educator
Bernard Goodman, President
Executive Vice President. Samuel Steen
Israel Histadrut Council
off South Florida
and
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For A Healthy, Happy and
Prosperous New Year
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