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The Jewish Floridian
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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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Friday, September 16,
Die Cast at General Assembly
By DAVID HOROWITZ
UNITED NATIONS -
(WUP) The 32nd session of
the General Assembly opens here
during the High Holy Day season
on Tuesday. Sept. 20, between
Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur
and once again as in recent
years some of the major items on
the agenda focus on a series ol
viciously-drafted anti-Israeli
dominating a renewed anti-Israeli
onslaught during the debates on
the Middle East.
It now appears clear that the
Kremlin leaders, unhappy and
deeply disturbed over the ever-
growing pro-U.S.-Western stance
taken by Egypt. Saudi Arabia
and Jordan, are planning to
exploit Yasir Arafat and the PLO
UNITED NATIONS
resolutions aimed at replacing
242 and 338 in compliance with
the wishes of the PLO whose
leadership this past week
rebuffed President Carter by
announcing its rejection of the
two resolutions which alone can
serve as the basis of a reconvened
Geneva Conference.
Thus the die appears cast, and
the White House will have to
take another look at the whole
issue involving PLO par-
ticipation in Middle East talks.
The PLO rejection of the
resolutions may well turn out to
be a blessing in disguise for Israel
whose position on the Arafat
terrorist gang is well-known.
BUT THINGS here at the UN
will not change very much. What
we are bound to witness is a
Soviet-Arafat conspiracy
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Arafat was feted in Moscow
last week, and the Soviets, aware
of the Arabs' "support" of the
PLO, see in him the one ex-
pedient card with which they can
play their sinister game in off-
setting rising American
popularity" among the
moderate Mideast states who are
banking on Washington to play
"their game" versus the Jewish
State.
THE CUNNING Arafat
himself ever shuttling between
both the "moderate" and the
radical Arab states has not
been too happy about the con-
flicting views the Arab leaders
hold on PLO's .role in any future
Medeast talks the latest being
the suggestion that the Arab
League represent his
organization. To counteract this
divisionism. he decided to go over
their heads and turn to Moscow
where he knew he would find full
support for his radical anti-Israeli
stand.
Reporting on this latest
conspiratorial visit, the Christian
Science Monitor correspondent in
Moscow, David K. Willis, noted
that "Soviet anxiety is spurred
by the realization that it has lost
influence in the Arab world
recently" and that "efforts to
mend fences with Egypt have
failed." wherefore "the Kremlin
is using the four-day visit by
Arafat to underscore its com-
mitment to a Palestinian state
separate from any links to
Jordan" as a jab against the
U.S.. Egypt, Saudi Arabia and
Jordan who favor such a link.
That the Kremlin has gone on
record as being the chief
champion of the PLO. whose
avowed aim is the destruction of
the Jewish State, can only prove
to the world that Moscow is unfit
to serve as an impartial
cochairman with the United
States at a resumed Geneva
peace conference and shows that
the Soviets will go to any lengths
in this case, embrace a
murderer of women and children
and innocents of other nations
to besmirch and belittle the
Jewish people.
THERE CAN be no doubt that
the latest PLO-directed
Palestinian National Council
declaration. released in
Damascus, was inspired by and
had the blessing of the Soviets. It
consisted of the following three
clauses which can only be
derstood and interpreted
warning to Sadat and other Arab
leaders not to come to any kind of
a negotiated settlement with
Israel that would preclude PLO
aims:
"Condemnation of all the U.S.
and Zionist maneuvers.. .the
Council reiterates its rejection of
any attempt aimed at liquidating
the resolutions of the Palestine
National Council and to cham*
the Arab attitude, as decidwj
during the Arab summit con
ferences of Rabat and Cairo;
"The Council opposes UN
resolution 242 which ignores the
national rights of ur
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.1977
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The Major Stories
We are now in the midst of the High Holy
Days Rosh Hashanah 5738.
The High Holy Days inspire us to consider
their significance from a religious point of view
as the Days of Awe. Rosh Hashanah, in par-
ticular, suggests to us a period of stock-taking
and a time for prayer that all of us may be
written into the Book of Life for the coming
year.
As well, the High Holy Days, signifying as
they do a New Year, also inspire us to reminisce
about the outgoing year. After all. last Rosh
Hashanah we prayed for the traditional things:
peace, health, happiness. Were our prayers
answered''
In particular, the Outgoing Year 5737 was
one of unexpected changes and challenges for
the Jewish people. It was a year in which Israel
and world Jewry met new developments with
skill, resourcefulness and solidarity.
Surely, one of the big stories was the election
defeat of the Labor government in Israei after
an uninterrupted 29-year reign and the victory
of Likud.
The victory meant that the policies of
Menachem Begin would henceforward shape
Israeli foreign affairs. What had been described
as the inertia of Labor in the matter of
numerous domestic and foreign issues was
finally transcended by the cnarisma if not quite
the continental charm of Menachem Begin who.
overnight, began to exude a quality which no
Laborite could manage for many years: fierce
determination, singlemindedness and pride in
Jewishness and Zionism.
The other side of the Likud victory coin was
the election of President Carter, in many ways
almost a mirror image of Begin, who almost
immediately began creating a number of
problems tor Israel in particular and Jews ir.
general.
If Carters victory encouraged great ex-
pectations that U.S. Israeli relations would
continue smoothly, his resolve to end the
Middle East conflict at a stiff price to Israel
created consternation and apprehension in
many Jewish quarters.
On the occasion of Rosh Hashanah 5738. we
ask ourselves: How will it all end? The New
Year surely will tell. To our prayers tor peace,
health, happiness, we add one for the safety and
security of Israel and for klai Yisrael.
Double Presidential Standard
With the opening of the 32nd session of the General
Assembly next Tuesday, the spotlight of the world is
being focused on our nation. In particular, the Israel-
haters are out in force.
It was therefore doubly disappointing that President
Carter chose the eve of the occasion to brand Israel's
continuing establishment of new settlements on the West
Bank as "illegal."
Only a month ago, his position was that the settle-
ments are "regrettable," but that he did not see them as a
deterrent to the pursuit of peace.
Why has he suddenly changed his tack?
The new Carter position may not be sufficiently sig-
nificant to alter overnight his 17-point decline in
popularity according to a national public opinion poll last
week. But it should certainly do so among the Arabs, who
have been expressing increasing disappointment with the
Carter administration's liberal Israeli policy.
Meanwhile. Carter has offered no similar shootings
from the hip about the Palestine Liberation
Organization's reaffirmation the other week of its
determination to destroy Israel.
It is this sort of Carter double standard that will
make the Israel-haters' job easier when the UN gets going
for its new season's performance.
Discussing his 17-point decline in popularity the
other day, the President blamed it on unemployment,
inflation, the anger of the Black community one can
go on and on.
Now we give him another reason.
Passion Play Changes
If it is true, then it is good news that the Passion Play
due for Oberammergau in 1980 will have gone through
some judicious editing. All one has to do is to have seen
this performance just once in order to understand, first-
hand, the root source of anti-Semitism in Europe these
last 2.000 years. It is a hope devoutly to be consummated.
Frankly, we doubt that it will.
Neutron Bomb: Days of Awe
As we approach the solemn
observance of the New Year, we
will, for the most part, be giving
ourselves up to profound in-
trospection. We shall be shuttine
out the outside clamor to
concentrate on the internal
doubts and hopes that cross our
minds. Millennia of tradition so
prescribe. And we shall be the
better for this search for renewal.
But this year offers us a special
call to consider what certain
technological developments in
the outer world are doing to our
consciences. For this is the year
during which we have been told
that a new machine of
destruction is availablethe
Neutron Bomb.
The Neutron Bomb! We
mention the term: and for the
sensitive, the ancient speculation
of who shall live and who shall die
springs into our central con-
sciousness. It is said of the
Neutron Bomb that it spares
property while taking lives. So at
once, we realize that the arsenals
and the skyscrapers shall endure
and Gods children may perish.
AND WHAT shall be the
nature of death visited by the
Neutron Bomb? Radiation from
this satanic weapon sends the
human body into torment for six
days.
Are we not mandated then, in
these ten days of Awe during
which we mark faithfully Rosh
Hashanah and Yom Kippur, to
think long and with great depth
of feeling on six days of agonized
dying if and when Neutron
Bombs are made available to our
military men?
Is this thought too horrible,
too macabre for consideration in
the season of our most sacred
Holy Days?
Let us give ear first to
proponents of the new weapon:
Sen. John C. Stennis. Chairman
of our Armed Services Com-
mittee who works closelv with
the Pentagon, has hailed the
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advent of the Neutron Bomb as
the best news he has heard in
years.
HE GOES on to point out that
inasmuch as the Bomb is devised
for use on the battlefield, dealing
death but saving property in a
radius of only 300 yards, it does
not compare in might with other
giant nuclear weapons.
The larger bombs can span
continents: Neutron Bombs can
create only a miniature
Hiroshima. Neutron Bombs, says
the knowledgeable Senator, may
well be compared with pistols
while other nuclear engines of
destruction are like unto
shotguns.
And now. as we pause for silent
meditation at the season of the
Holy Days, let us listen to those
raising grave doubts about the
Bomb. Acknowledging that on
first burst, military personnel
alone will fall victims, those who
are opposed to use of the Bomb
warn that downwind fallout from
Wit the weapon may well infect the
surrounding air and soil with
radioactive power.
CLOUDS ARISING from the
explosion may then go drifting
around the globe with potential
for cancer and genetic damage.
What shall we have to say then in
future talks on arms limitations
with the Russians. May they not
match us. nuclear drifting cloud
for ominous cloud?
Six days for dying. Ten days
for dealing, each in his own way.
with the Days of Awe. So
complex is the problem of the
Neutron Bomb that our Senators
went into secret session to weigh
its merits and dangers. Yet so
simple is the process recom-
mended to us by our Jewish
forebears for delving into the true
meaning of Rosh Hashanah and
Yom Kippur that we should be
always grateful.
"JUDAISM, by its mere
existence, is a never silent protest
against the assumption that the
multitude can be greater than
right, that force may be the ruler
over truth." Leo Baeck has
reminded us. i
Would that those not
privileged to share with us our
season of introspection and
atonement might now also enjoy
that boon. ____
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Plan to Neutralize Arab Security Risks
By YITZHAK SHARGIL
TEL AVIV-(JTA)-A new
olan for settlements on the West
nk is being proposed by
lAzriculture Minister Arie
ISharon. head of the ministerial
Lttlement committee, which
would establish urban and
west of the Arab population
centers of Nablus, Jenin and
Ramallah and build a series of
roads from the Mediterranean
Sea to the Jordan River.
ACCORDING TO the proposal
which was revealed by Maariv,
there will be three new Jewish
urban centers in the Jerusalem
THE SETTLEMENT DERBY
agricultural settlements to
Iprevent the existing Arab
Ipopulation centers from
spreading in such a way that they
would become security risks for
llsrael.
The plan, reportedly in the
Ifinal stages of preparation, would
lincrease the Jewish population
around Jerusalem, establish a
network of Jewish settlements
region, at Givon, west of the
capital, Maaleh Adumim east of
the city, and Efrath to the south.
This will become a civilian
defense line for Jerusalem.
In Samaria, an eastern strip of
Jewish settlements will be built
in a region where few Arabs live
to provide a continuation of
Jewish settlements from the
coast.
The plan calls for an east-west
road from the sea to the Jordan
River in the southern Samaria
region along which will be
establshed industrial centers,
army installation and civilian
settlements.
THERE WILL be two north-
south roads from Meggido to
Latrun and from Afula to Arad,
both of which will pass through
Samaria. There are also plans for
a series of settlements south of
Hebron that will use the iKifyat
Arba settlement as its urban
center.
Meanwhile, at a ceremony on
the Golan Heights marking the
10th anniversary of Jewish
settlements there, Sharon said
that the Syrian conquest of
Lebanon, through United States
aid, had totally worsened the
situation for Israel in the north.
He said there can be no with-
drawal from the Golan.
Sharon told the large rally at
Merom Hagolan that Israel must
set up a target to settle two-
million Jews during the next 20
years in a strip from the Golan
Heights to Sharm el-Sheikh.
CHIEF OF Staff Gen. Mor-
dechai Gur told the settlers that
the Israeli army had been part-
ners with them in creating the
settlements. He said security was
never the central consideration in
the fulfillment of Zionism.
He said the settlements do not
create security problems since
settlements are the policy while
defense is only the means of
securing that policy. Israel Galili,
who headed the ministerial
settlement committee under the
Labor government, said the
Golan settlements were not
established to be torn down.
The settlements, he asserted,
cannot be given up.
IA
We'd Consider W. Bank DivisionDay an
JERUSALEM (JTA) -
llsrael has launched an in-
formation campaign designed to
improve its image in Western
public opinion in preparation for
this month's foreign ministers
I talks in New York, according to
political observers here.
The first move in this drive,
I according to the observers, was
the speech by Foreign Minister
Moshe Dayan last Thursday in
the Knesset in which he went as
| far as saying that Israel would
consider" Arab proposals to
'divide the West Bank. So far the
Israeli official view has simply
been that the West Bank would
never be returned to "foreign
rule."
IN HIS speech, Dayan said he
would present in New York a
comprehensive Israeli peace plan
a step so far avoided by both
the former Labor Alignment
government and the present
Likud government.
Dayan refrained from stating a
definite Israeli position on the
future of the occupied territories.
He preferred to speak of other
options for a settlement, not
necessarily territorial options.
Thus, Dayan stressed the need
to obtain freedom of navigation
in the Gulf of Eilat, but did not
mention any Israeli demand to
hold Sharm el Sheikh. He did not
speak of the Golan Heights in
territorial terms, but rather of
Israel's need to secure access to
the sources of the Jordan River in
the North.
ON THE West Bank, he did
not repeat previous statements
on the need to see the Jordan
River as the border between
Israel and any other Arab state,
or Israel's opposition to a third
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BUENOS AIRES (JTA) -
The sale and distribution of a
Nazi booklet, Shulchan Arukh
( The Sacred Code of the Jews"),
which appeared here recently and
was being sold on newsstands,
has been banned by a govern-
ment executive decree. The
federal police have been ordered
to ensure enforcement of the
decree.
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Knesseters said Dayan's speech
was different only in outward
appearance, but there was no
change in the rigid substance of
the Israeli stand, which the
opposition said could not be
accepted by the Arab states and
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1977
Report Shows Advanced Weapons Bnild-Up
exporter as well as purchu,,
The report noted that she is \Zl
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Bj MAURICE SAMUELSON
LONDON (JTA) With
new weapons continuing to Sow
into the Middle East, mainly
from Western nations, advanced
aircraft, tanks and missiles,
including battlefield surface-to-
surface rockets, are now com-
monplace in the region. The
extent of the build-up emerges in
a report by the International
Institute for Strategic Studies.
The Mil] Balance 1977-78."
It shows that virtually every
Middle East country signed a
major arms agreement in the
course of 1976 and the beginning
of 1977. In two separate deals.
Egypt is buying from France
unspecified quantities of Crotale
surface-to-air missiles (SAM) and
two Agosta-class submarines.
The S AMs are due to be delivered
this year.
SYRIA'S ARMS agreements
were with Austria, France and
Italy. Austria is selling her 2.000
trucks: France, 2.000 Milan anti-
tank guided weapons and a
quantity of Gazelle helicopters;
Italy is supplying six helicopters.
Jordan will receive 14 batteries of
nnproved Hawk SAMs from the
United States as w* as '..V
Vulcan anti-aircraft f^i*.
Israel's six amis aeajs i_ wfii
the United States wr* j.x 12:
medium rank*. r_^. *e-
propelled guns. 5*iew^oe: u^r.-- T* SX met c i*x pass five
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IN BRITAIN
improved Hawk aro-a=rcrar:
missiles and 4-X Maverv*
missiles.
Britain agreed to se her 11
Strikemaster trasimg arrcraf:
Iran contracted the biggest
number of separate arms deais ir.
the year under review no iess
than 12 with Britain supplying
Rapier SAMs and Scorpion
tanks: Italy, helicopters, and the
United States a wide range of
missiles, aircraft and hebropters.
A SEPARATE section of the
report shows the array of forces
which Middle East countnes
deploy. Israel's medium tank
force had reached 3.000 compared
with 2.700 last year. They include
1.000 Centurion tanks. 650
American-made tanks, as well as
converted Soviet tanks and
Israeli-developed Chariots.
esapsrec wri I
= 1?*5
East states, according to the
report. Israel's expenditure in
1976 is put at $4.27 billion out of
an estimated Gross National
Product of S12.6 billion.
ALTHOUGH THIS was a
slight gross increase over last
year, the proportion of the GNP
spent on defense 35.3 percent
was considerably lower than
the 40.S percent of the GNP in
1973.
Israels defense burden is.
however, at least partially offset
by her emergence as an arms
- pry suppuer to no
than f,ve Latin AmeriS
countries -
Guatemala,
Mexico.
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Honduras ,J
THE SYRLAN rj-.y b^s also
:Aa=r possessjce -f rr Petya
dass fr-ga^s. N? *-.g-u5cant
:M-ge was show- m her a^ force
but scene aircraft are believed to
be in storage.
Egypt s arsenal hampered by-
lack of substantai new supplies
from tike Soviet Union as we as
spare parts difficulties, appears
to have dwindled m some items,
such as tanks a decline of 750
while she waits for deliveries
from the West- Nevertheless.
Egypt's tank force sell has 1.930
heavy and light tanks.
.All this build-up is reflected m
the amount of money being
devoted to defense bv Middle
Egypt's defense expenditurem
1976 was $4.36 billion As ,
proportion of her GNP it na!
risen to 37 percent from 3
percent in 1973.
THIS WAS the first time that
the proportion of the GNP wa,
greater than in Israel.
Saudi Arabia's 1976 defense
bill was given in the report as
$7.64 billion, compared with (9
billion in 1975. $6.7 billion in 197<
and $1.8 billion in 1973.
Sincere Wishes for a Year of Fulfillment
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by creating a special effort to
overcome social problems, the
United Jewish Appeal Prime
Minister's Mission pledgee I
million more for the 1978 drive
a 25 percent increase
How can the Jewish people
live with social injustice?'' Begin
asked the 300 community leaders
of this largest ever leadership
mission.
"POVERTY in our midst is
intolerable at a time when we
must be strong."
Leonard R. StreliLz. UJA
general chairman, answered that
American Jewry would respond
generously with strength as he
announced a $700 million cam-
paign goal for 1978.
In a dramatic farewell dinner in
the Knesset last Thursday, at the
conclusion of the four-day
mission. Begin called .American
Jewry the greatest asset to the
people of Israel.
HE STRESSED the need to
help solve the severe housing
problems affecting 45.000 im-
migrant families in Israel.
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Report Denies Organized Crime in Israel
ByTUVIAMENDELSON
JERUSALEM (JTA) -
The special police committee
.npointed to investigate whether
organized crime exists in Israel
said it does not. Meanwhile,
Inspector General Haim Tavon,
who heads the police department
revealed here he has asked
Attorney General Aharon Barak
to study the possibility of suing
Haaretz and its police reporter,
Avi Valentin, for libel for the
accusation the newspaper has
printed against the police.
Buchner's committee concluded that there are no
organized crime bosses operating in Israel similar to the
system believed existing in the crime syndicate in the
United States. But the committee said there are regional
bosses in Israel.
editor of Haaretz, said that the
paper had additional testimony
and documents to back up
its
reports on the "double agent"
affair.
Asked if Haaretz still claims
that there is a senior officer in the
police who is a double agent,
Samet answered that he does.
underworld and that there is a
"double agent" within the
department. Tavori said that an
investigation by Moshe Tiomkin,
commander of the Tel Aviv
Police District, found there was
no basis for Haaretz's ac-
cusations.
In his article, Valentin wrote
that Police Sgt. Maj. Shlomo
ISRAEL SCENE
THE POLICE committee,
headed by Michael Buchner, chief
of the Police Department's
special operational unit, was
appointed following a public
outcry over the issue of organized
crime after a series of articles
appeared in Haaretz claiming
there is a well-organized group
which controls all major crimes in
Israel. including drugs,
prostitution and the protection
racket.
Buchner's committee con-
cluded that there are no
organized crime bosses operating
in Israel similar to the system
believed existing in the crime
syndicate in the United States.
But the committee said there are
regional bosses in Israel. Tavori
and Interior Minister Yosof Burg
are studying the report.
But there is already public
criticism over how the committee
reached its conclusions in less
than two weeks.
TAVORI REVEALED that he
asked the Attorney General to
look into libel charges against
Haaretz while testifying before
the Knesset Interior Committee.
He said the libel suit would be
based on a charge by Valentin in
Haaretz that police officers have
revealed information to the
Vaknin, acting as an undercover
operative, had been authorized to
pretend to accept an offer from
one Yosef Harushka, whom he
was interrogating on suspicion of
extortion.
THE LATTER allegedly
offered him IL 50,000 if he would
doctor the testimony so that
there would be no basis for
charges, and additional large
sums if he would cooperate in the
future.
Eight senior officers knew
about the arrangement made
Carter Urged
To Shun
Quota Okay
NEW YORK The Anti-
Defamation League of B'nai
B'rith has urged President Carter
"to take all necessary steps" to
prevent the federal government
from endorsing racial quotas in
university admissions.
In a letter to the President,
Burton M. Joseph, ADL's
national chairman, said that the
agency is concerned about press
accounts that the Justice
Department plans to file an
amicus brief in the Regents of the
University of California v. Bakke
case now pending before the
United States Supreme Court.
THE CASE involves a fixed
racial quota under which 16 out
of 100 places in each entering
class of the University's Davis
Medical facilities were reserved
for minority applicants who were
judged apart from and under
lower standards than white
applicants who were denied
admittance.
Noting the President's
"election campaign promise to
eschew racial quotas," Joseph
said that a government amicus
brief supporting such quotas in
university admissions would
violate "the cherished American
principle of judging people on the
basis of their individual worth
and capacity rather than on the
basis of their race." He went on
to say that it would endanger
racially neutral criteria not only
in the educational sector but in
public and private employment
as well.
with Vaknin, Valentin wrote and
gave their names. A few days
later, it became clear that one of
them had revealed the in-
formation to the underworld that
Vaknin was an undercover police
agent, the Haaretz correspondent
wrote.
Tavori told the Knesset
committee that Vaknin had
reported the offer to two officers,
but they did not even consider it
worth referring to their superiors,
and Vaknin was told to reject the
offer.
THERE WAS nothing the
eight senior officers could have
known, or revealed to the un-
derworld, he said. Commenting
on Israel television about the
libel suit. Gideon Samet, deputy
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Friday, September 16,1977
Panovs Make
Israel Festival
Stellar Occasion
By DORA SOWDEN
IF BEETHOVEN^ Ninth
Symphony made the music
opening of the Israel Festival, the
Panovs and the Bathsheva Dance
Company provided another
and bare torso might have been
the very skin of a faun, even
when he raised his Cialina in the
air or held her, seemingly
weightless, on his arms, even
when he planted a detached kiss
on her cheek.
WORLD OF ART
"first." And what an evening of
dance that was on July 18 in
Jerusalem.
The Convention Center stage
wasn't designed for dance and
the performance may have been
even better in Tel Aviv (though
the Mann Auditorium isn't ideal
either); but nothing could mar
the marvelous program and if
anyone needed confirmation still
that Valery Panov is a great
dancer, there it was.
Actually. the American
choreographer. Donald McKayle,
was the star, for he created two
ballets for the wonderful
beginning and the triumphant
ending.
Rainbow Round My Shoulder
had an impact like a punch. Six
men of the Bathsheva company
who came out in the first scene
gave it a kick-off that nobody
afterwards let down.
Though based on work
movements that a "chain gang"
might do. there was more to it
than that Donald McKayle
afterwards said to me: "1 didn't
want the men to use pick and
spade. I wanted them to be pick
and spade."
That best describes it and so
they were. Debi Smulian as the
personification of the men's
dreams of woman filled her role
well too The climax, while the
voice san Anothtr Man Done
Qoni (for the ballet was set to
traditional songi. was tremen-
dous
THE SLOW subtlety of the
Jerome Robbins choreography
lor Debussy s L'aprts-mku d'u'n
ifaune seemed to escape the
pudience after the stunning effect
of the Rainbou Vet from the first
lift of his right leg. Valery Panov
created the unselfconscious
animal concentration.
His black tights, white socks

Disappointingly Galina Panov
didn't match this great character
dancing. Where she should have
been utterly narcissistic, sen-
suously self-involved, she was
colorless. Her movements leg
stretch, straight back were of
the best Russian school, but she
was merely doll-like.
YET IN Mountain of Spices
which Donald McKayle
especially designed for the
Panovs together with the
Bathsheva Company, Galina
Panov was deliciousa butterfly
in swift, soft-shoe footwork, gay
and gleaming, a dancing elf.
Valery Panov did a
magnificent solo entitled
Discovery for this was a series
of variations, even though they
hung together. Dressed in
dramatic red, he conveyed the
sense of power and strength in
miraculous turns, leaps, back-
ward curves and forward springs.
Together in Innocence, the
Panovs flited in jazzy fashion,
Galina with brio, Valery brilliant.
THE SURPRISE was an
unannounced guest, Israeli-born
Lea Vivante (McKayle's wife),
who in solo and in company had
that jerk of hip and twist of wrist
that suggested a Spanish climate
but remained individual in pulse
and impulse.
The Panovs came again to
heighten the excitement, and the
finale brought the whole com-
pany to a pinnacle. To the noisy
Moondog musk, the ballet so
mingled styles of dance that they
had a life together.
Yair Vardi's duet with Tamar
Tzafrir, -4s / Wish,
choreographed by Vardi himself,
was a remarkable first work. An
indication of its quality was that
it held its own in the program.
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national responsibility and
confront the plot forged by those
rs that are the enemy of our
people, such as Zionism and
American imperialism, and to
extricate themselves from the
confines of hesitation into
confrontation.
The Council also insisted on
t he importance of increasing our
continuous armed struggle
against Zionist usurpation."
In essence, we have here a
declaration of war against Israel
President Carter must no*.
realize that Prime Minister
Menachem Begin has been right
all along in his adamant refusal
to have any dealings at all with
the Palestine Liberation
Organization whether or not it
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p^nday. September 16,1977
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Sadat Teaching Qaddafi a Lesson?
By NISISIM REJWAN
Exactly two weeks after the
flare-up of active hostilities on
the Egyptian-Libyan border,
President Anwar el Sadat
reiterated his original statement
that the real aim of the action
jrfiich his army took against
T/ibya was simply "to teach
Qaddafi a lesson,'* not to topple
his regime.
If the Libyan leader shows that
he has indeed learned his lesson,
Sadat said in an interview on the
American TV network NBC, well
and good; if not, then more such
lessons will be forthcoming.
THIS ALL seems to boil down
to the conclusion that Sadat's
P^ur-day war against Qaddafi was
^J^sentially a punitive action.
However, though there had
indeed been plenty of reasons for
Sadat's loss of patience with his
youthful and rather hot-headed
neighbor, the timing of the action
inevitably gave rise to
speculation.
Sadat himself has on more
than one occasion dismissed as
"black propaganda" all attempts
to place the mini-war with Libya
in the larger framework of the
current situation in the Middle
East, the close relations between
Cairo and Washington, his
worsening relations with
Moscow, and so on.
Nevertheless, even for those of
us who do not believe in the
-J^mspinuv theory of history
I (jiere remain a few curious
coincidences which at times seem
to be rather more than just that.
It may be best to start by
speculating on what the clashes
were not or not exactly.
THEY WERE not-at least
not quite a war by proxy which
Egypt was conducting on
Washington's behalf and which
Libya was waging for Moscow's
.benefit.
,C Hii'v were not or not
"^^fcplly concerned with the
Arab-Israeli conflict and the
subject of if and how to settle it
peacefully. It must be assumed
that Sadat's decision to attack
Libya did not represent an at-
tempt on his part to eliminate,
weaken or put to shame his
leading "Rejection Front" op-
ponent. Likewise, the crisis could
not have been an attempt on
Qaddafi's part to foil Sadat's
current campaign for a peace
settlement with Israel.
They were not, finally, merely
W*l>!ov of Sadat's to prove that as
> far as Africa was concernedand
the undercover struggle now
going on in the Horn of Africa
between the two Super-
powers he was on the side of the
angels.
IT IS far-fetched, too, to see in
the move an attempt by Cairo to
show that it is too preoccupied
with African affairs to be in a
position to play a leading role in
the Middle East conflict-or that
jfr;v!>t's African concerns arc
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the eastern front cannot be put
into question.
There is every reason to
believe, therefore, that the short
frontier war between the armies
of Egypt and Libya was a local
FOR SOME time now, Sadat
has been having trouble on the
home front with two kinds of
activistsMoslem fanatics on
the right and Nasserists and
Marxists on the left. The
affair, first and foremost, to be
viewed in the context of relations
between the two countries.
The broadest possible in-
terpretation that can be. put on it
would be that it has some
bearing, too, on the respective
stands of the two countries vis-a-
vis recent events in Arab North
Africa and the Horn of Africa.
ideological stand expounded by
Qaddafi over the years has a lot
in common both with Islamic
fundamentalism and Nasserist
socialism. The result has been
that Libya is en-
couragingmaterially and
verballyall those elements
inside Egypt which are disen-
chanted with Sadat and his new
policies both at home and abroad.
It is thus probably no coin-
cidence that the clashes on the
Egypt-Libya borders occurred on
the eve of the celebrations of the
25th anniversary of the Free
Officers revolution of 1952.
THE FACT is that for a
number of years now July 23 has
been feted with far more pomp in
Libya than in Egypt. Nasser's
memory lives on in broadcasts
from Tripoli which daily carries
recorded speeches and
pronouncements of the leader
whose policies and postures
Qaddafi has been trying to
emulate and whose legacy he has
openly claimed.
Moreover, though no concrete
evidence seems to have been
produced so far, Cairo has
consistently accused Qaddafi of
planning and financing recent
terrorist operations by the ex-
tremist Moslem group calling
itself "Atonement and
Migration," operations alleged to
have been part of a plan to
overthrow Sadat.
But Libya is being accused,
not only of planning Sadat's
overthrow but also of trying to
topple the pro-Western regimes
of Sudan and Chad. Here, in fact,
is where Sadat's worse fears seem
to reside.
HE HAS reason to see Libya's
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On the eve of the New Year and the 30th year
of the rebirth of the State of Israel, I send my
blessings to the Jewish National Fund and
our brothers and sisters all over the world
who are engaged in the holy work of up-
building and strengthening the land of Israel.
It is the JNF whose achievements spread all
over the country, from North to South, from
the Mountains of the Golan, to the Shores of
the Red Sea. It is the JNF, whose redemption
of the land from foreign hands, whose
cultivation of the wilderness, the carving and
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land for life and creativity, that has been
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other Mitzvot in the Torah"... May we all see
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Voice 'Optimism' Passion Play Will Be Revised
By BEN GALLOB
NEW YORK (JTA) -
An American interreligious
expert has expressed
"cautious optimism" over
prospects that a revised
version of the Passion Play
will be used in Oberammer-
gau in 1980 to replace the
version hailed by Hitler for
"convincingly" portraying
"the menace of Jewry."
The 1850 text lauded by
Hitler was written by a
local parish priest, Father
hofer, director of the 1980
production; Helmut Fischer, who
played the role of Jesus in 1970;
several Oberammergau town
officials and representatives of
the West German government,
the Bavarian Tourist Ministry,
and Lufthansa.
Tanenbaum said the
discussion, which lasted more
than four hours and which the
Oberammergau officials called
"their first serious discussion
with responsible Jewish repre-
sentatives," ended with two
requests by the Oberammergau
officials to the AJCommittee
delegation.
He said the village officials
IN GERMANY
Josef Daisenberger. Since
World War II, it is es-
timated that about 1.5 mil-
lion people have seen the
Daisenberger version in
Oberammergau, where it is
presented every 10 years.
RABBI Marc H. Tanenbaum,
American Jewish Committee
Interreligious affairs director,
was one of five AJCommittee
officials who went to Ober-
ammergau in April in response to
an invitation from Lufthansa
Airlines.
The delegation members were
asked to preview a five-and-a-half
hour revision, a modernized
version of the text written in 1750
by the Benedictine priest, Rev.
Ferdinand Rosner.
Tanenbaum told the Jewish
Telegraphic Agency that the
Rosner revision still contained a
number of problems which were
discussed at a meeting after the
preview.
THE DELEGATION mem
bers conferred at the April
meeting with central per-
sonalities connected with the
preparation of the 1980 Passion
Play. They included the editor of
the new version, Alois Fink,
director of the cultural division of
Bavarian Radio; Hans Schwaig-
I asked the delegation to prepare a
I line-by-line analysis of the Rosner
text, "providing in writing
specific recommendations for
editing and emendations" which
the AJCommittee officials felt
were still necessary; and to be
available to help the Oberam-
mergau officials "bring about the
maximum possible improvement
through the removal of anti-
Jewish references and negative
dramatic imagery" the AJCom-
mittee officials felt were still
present in the revised text.
TANENBAUM said there is a
"procedural" matter of approval
by the Oberammergau town
council of the new Passion Play
version. He said the town council
will meet in December at which
time the vote will be taken.
Tanenbaum said he based his
optimism on a number of factors,
one being that the delegation
members were told by a number
of officials in Oberammergau,
some villagers and some involved
in production of the Passion
Play, that the revised Rosner
text would be that used in the
1980 presentation. In 1970, the
anti-Semitic Daisenberger
version attracted 530,000 persons
from 113 countries.
He also disclosed that in mid-
August, while the delegation was
in Oberammergau for the preview
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The revised version also contains four scenes of debate in the Sanhednn
about the Blasphemy' of Jesus which tend to underscore a far more
prominent role of'the Jews' in contributing to the death of Jesus.
and the discussions, a group of
villagers began circulating a
petition, asking retention of the
Daisenberger text.
HE SAID he was informed
that the protesters had collected
about 800 signatures from the
4,800 Oberammergau villagers
but that the petition was not
expected to affect the prospective
town council veto for the new
text.
Tanenbaum said another
reason for optimism was that the
preview viewed by the dele-
gation, attended also by critics
from many West German news-
papers, villagers and Germans
trom other cities, waa in fact a
dress rehearsal in which many
thousands of dollars had been
invested, suggesting the strong
possibility that the new version
would be used in 1980.
He said the reaction of the
large audience for the preview as
"by and large" a positive one;
that the reactions of the news-
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had been favorable;
the meeting which
preview, several
ad other Germans
se revised text as a
iprovement on the
r version.
positive features of
it, Tanenbaum said,
ioes not give as much
to the role of the
did the standard
Ion, and that it opens
oup of "protective
jo tell the audience,
the Jews over there
their own; all of us
the same often
egative side was the
[that, despite the
ay setting, there was
danger" that the
Sanhedrin and "the Jews" will be
perceived as "instruments of
Lucifer" conspiring with Satanic
elements against Jesus and
Christians.
The revised version also
contains four scenes of debate in
the Sanhedrin about the
"blasphemy" of Jesus which
tends to underscore "a far more
prominent role" of "the Jews" in
contributing to the death of
Jesus than in fact "exists in the
Synoptic Gospels."
THE AJCOMMITTEE of-
ficials urged reconsideration of
those scenes, and elimination of
the "provocative chorus lines" in
which several Sanhedrin scenes
conclude with "all the Jews" on
the stage crying out "it is
decided; he must die, lest we and
our reign perish."
Jo Problem Posed By_
raeU Egypt at N-Talks
[INGTON (JTA) The United States "sees no
[for the attendance of Israel and Egypt at the inter-
snference next year in Washington that will deal with
of nuclear power that may be used for military
ate Department authority on the conference, which
some 35 nations participating, made the point in
k to a question during his discussion of U.S. dif-
trith Brazil over nuclear power in Brazil. He indicated,
| that South Africa may not be invited to the meeting.
t\ refuses to allow foreign inspection of its atomic plant
la while Egypt is pressing the United States not to
Additional nuclear equipment to Israel pending Israel's
bee in such inspection. U.S. government pledges to
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A third objection, the AJCom-
mittee officials said, was that
Pontius Pilate is presented "as a
weakling who is manipulated by
the Sanhedrin and a howling
'Jewish mob" to make the
decision to crucify Jesus," in
total contradiction to the
"historic knowledge" that Pilate
was cruel and sadistic and that he
alone "has the authority to
decide on the crucifixion."
Tanenbaum said the delegation
agreed to the two requests but
indicating awareness that there
was no guarantee that the
Rosner-Fink text would be used
and "our recognition that even
with improvements this is still a
Passion Play in which Jews can
never emerge ultimately un-
tainted." He told the JTA he had
received an English translation of
the revised text and was now
preparing the requested line-by-
line commentary. He said the
commentary would be submitted
to the AJCommittee for clearance
and then will be forwarded to the
Oberammergau officials.
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Friday, September 16. ij;.
Uof MScene: Single Men Fear Wrong* JAP Values
ByDONALTSHULER
Jewiea Floridiaa Staff Writer
The saying goes that when you
have six Jews in a room you'll
end up with at least 12 different
opinions on any given subject
University at Miami Jewish
students are no exception to that
eying especially when it
comes to *"g about their
Jewishnese in terms of dating
and single life.
Admittedly, lew college-age
Jews have the burning desire to
recite hiddisk and sip Mogen
David wine on Friday nights
when other desirables are bur-
ning and Liebfmumikh white
wine is around They remember
hearing that college years are
supposed to be the best ones of
your life religious maturation
certainly can wait until after
graduation.
'People like me won't come to singles. Tm scared off
by JAPs. and I don't want anything to do with them.
They are just Jewish by birth and most of them don't
know who they are."
Former editor of Hurricane
WHILE secular Jews on cam-
pus traditionally shun places like
Hillel or Chabad House Ithey
describe them aa too religious),
they remain tacitly interested in
meeting other Jews like them-
selves Jews who share similar
likes and dislikes indigenous to
suburbia where many of them
grew up.
These Jews may find each
other by chance, such as meeting
at singles bars. Usually, the at-
mosphere is more casual and no
one is forced to advertise that
they are Jewish. Usually, also,
such chance meetings never
materialize.
Along comes the Jewish
Singles Club to the rescue. This
all-in-one coterie is designed to
mix yarmulkas and JAPs
'Jewish American Prince
Princess) in a secular ambiance.
The only thing Jewish about the
club is that its members are
Jewish. For some, that's more
than enough reference to religion:
for others, its abominable.
ON THE UM campus. Russell
Galbut and Ronalee Eisenberg
are organizing the first dance for
the new Singles Club.
"Singles really is to give kids
something tangible,'' Russell ex-
plained. "Jews are rediscovering
their essence: they want roots
and value systems and that's the
reason for the popularity in
Jewish singles clubs, especially
for secular Jews who don't fit in
the Hillel scene.
"If you bring these Jews (secu-
lar) in on a social level with other
Jews, it could be a stepping stone
The MMi we.don't advert j.
Jewish or kosher is that we don>
want people to be afraid the!
were going to push thera Z
rehgjon or that we are rehW
oriented. We would never in*
kosher food because it would turn
off everybody no questK)
about it. The only way to do it h
not to allow any food or beverage
Miami
to their taking interest in being
Jewish. It could open avenues for
certain types of activities that
don't goon at Hillel or Chabad.''
RUSSELL and Ronalee are
traditional Jews themselves, but
their club caters to secular Jews.
They are cautious not to adver-
tise the Jewishness of the club.
to be served. If we do serve win*
it would be kosher, but we would
never advertise it as kosher."
Even with such precautions, in
fact because of such precautions
the Singles Club idea has come
under attack from both religious
and non-religious campus Jews
Many singles are turned off bv
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, idea of a club that ostensibly
ju members with no particular
Ugiona motivation.
BRUCE LEHR, UM law
hool student and former editor
the campus newspaper, the
urricane, said he would be
luctant to go to a singles social
vent.
Singles will have a big turn-
,ut of JAPs because they can
,me and get something for
lothing. People like me won't
jme to singles. I'm scared off by
APs, and I don't want anything
,, do with them. They are just
ewish by birth and most of them
lon't know who they are. Why
ould I want to meet someone
ethat?"
Brace's definition of a JAP is
omeone "whose values are off.
If-worth is off and obligations
all wrong."
HE EXPLAINED that even
uujih he does not consider him-
I! to be religious, he feels that
hen someone goes to a club they
re making some kind of commit-
ent to what the club stands for.
A singles club isn't going to
m any bit closer toward
if all they go ior is
meet other Jews," he said.
They'll come, have a good time
rid go home."
Meanwhile Bruce is dating a
on-Jewish gir!. He said that
her. he was editor of the paper
:nj.- in tennis tourna-
ient.-, of all the girls he met.
nicest by far wasn't
BRITE doesn't feel he's being
pocritical about not wanting to
"1m just being more honest.
0 rather spend my time with my
hristian girlfriend than someone
a nat I call a JAP and
(lappi'iis to be Jewish," he said.
Russell pointed out to Bruce
hat "you'll never get out of that
elationship, You won't allow
ourself enough time to grow to
s imeone else. Every JAP
as the possibility to change. I
rent out with a JAP, married
er. and afterwards she wasn't a
AP"
HELEN, a traditional Jew
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"It's good for Jews to get to-
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search for people who are like
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Helen cites herself as an
example of how someone with
little religious background prior
to college can become interested
in her religion by involving her-
self with Jewish people.
RUSSELL believes that if the
club continues to attract the
same secular Jews at each event,
then that will mean that they do
take an interest in being Jewish.
"It's a chance we have to take.
They come to us not because we
might have a better band, but
because they're going to meet
other Jews, and if that's the only
reason they come, then it's worth
it to have the club."
Rabbi David Eliezrie, director
of UM's campus Chabad House,
said the Singles Club idea is good
even though he believes that
Jewish values are diluted in it.
"WE MUST have Jewish
values, or we lose tangible ways
to identify with being Jewish,"
he said. "We live in a physical
world, and we need physical, tan-
gible ways to relate.
"Singles is a longer, harder
process of doing the same thing
that Chabad does. Chabad is the
most right-wing Jewish group on
campus, yet we're getting people
coming in here for social reasons,
just like the Singles Club.
"A lot of kids have misconcep-
tions about Judaism in general
they think it's a drag. But there
is a renaissance of traditional
Jewish values among young
people on this campus. Singles is
going to help turn a lot of kids on
to those values."
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genuinely interested in
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dislike the idea of finding some-
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Jews they are, if they hope to find
their perfect mate.
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By YITZHAK SHARGIL
TEL AVIV UTAi Israeli circles claimed that
terrorist* in southern Lebanon are constructing a system of
militar positions and fortifications near the Israeli border for
event-- al occupation by Syrian forces. The circles said there was
no dou t that the work is*being supervised and directed by the
Syrian-
According to these circles, the terrorists, using mechanized
equipment, are building tank and artillery positions and in-
fantry strongholds, mainly in the central and eastern sections
of the border area directly opposite Israeli settlements such as
Misgav Am and Avivim.
THEY ARE also claimed to have rehabilitated the air strip
near Nabatiyeh village that would enable planes to take off only
20 kilometer's north of the Israeli border.
The Israelis said the purpose was to prepare a military
infrastructure for use by Syrian forces should they be moved
southward toward Israel or in the event of a flare-up of fighting
in the Lebanese border region. So far. however, Syrian forces
have not penetrated southern Lebanon.
Stone Takes Aim at Nazis in U.S.
WASHINGTON 1JTA1 -
Sen. Richard Stone iD.. Fla.l will
submit legislation in the near
future to enable the Immigration
and Naturalization Service (INS)
to deport individuals when there
is substantial evidence that they
committed war crimes under the
Nazis, his office has announced
The Stone bill would add such
criminals to those who can be
deported. A similar measure has
been introduced and has been
endorsed by INS Commissioner
Lionel Castillo. The INS is in-
vestigating 109 cases involving
Nazi war crimes.
SINCE THE expiration of the
Displaced Persons Act of 1953.
immigrants are no longer
questioned" about their activities
during World War II. according
to a statement from Stone
office.
"The Carter Administration
has shown a determinate- ^
seek out Nazi war criminal, who
have tried to conceal atrocities
they committed." Stone said
Congressional action j,
needed if INS is to follow through
on these cases and bring the
individuals to trial in Europe
Lesson for Qaddafi
Continued from Page 9-A
steadily improving relations with
the Soviet Union and the supply
of Soviet arms to Qaddafi and
to Ethiopiaas part of a wider
Soviet design for Africa which
includes the encirclement of
Egypt and the Sudan. Qaddafi s
alliance with Algeria's
Boumedienne who is currently
helping a resistance movement in
the Western Sahara against
Morocco and Mauritaniacould
only have added to Sadat's fears
in this respect.
That the Egypt-Libya clashes
have some bearing on wider
African and world affairs is
suggested, too. by a number of
pronouncements which came
from Cairo almost two weeks
after the flare-up. For instance.
Egyptian Prime Minister
Mamdouh Salem told parliament
that Egypt would not tolerate the
presence of "a major power" on
her border with Libya, and that
his country will defend the Sudan
and the Nile River against any
foreign aggression."
Thus, while active hostilities
have ceased the war of words
continued unabated. For once,
Sadat's famous dictum that the
Arabs can quarrel today and
embrace tomorrow does not seem
to be entirely valid.
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^Se pteroberie, 1977
*Jenit) Meridian
Pfel5-A
..EGAL NOTICES
LEGAL NOTICES
LEGAL NOTICE
-SoflCE UNDER
e.CTITOUS NAME LAW
J(%IS HEREBY GIVEN that the
soTIt-Eis" engage In
l*"*",nde flcUttoui name,of
PlSflUl THE KEY A3SO-
fE.SS IN EXILE INC. (EI.CERRO
l*TI^ ?uivE ASOCIACION EN
P?UO WC-it 426 SW 26th Road.
femewith the CTerk of the Circuit
E-Tde County. Florida.
Mberto O. Russl
A' Sept. 2. 9.16, 28.1OT7
"Tnthecircuitcourt,
1ithjudicial circuit,
dade county,florida,
cneral jurisdiction division.
casen0.77j7sm
I Re: The Marriage Of
imesA Frailer, and,
face Frailer, his wife.
Notice To Defend.
J)U GRACE FRAZIER, Residence
-Known are required to file an An-
fer or paper thereto, to the marriage
Laolutlon petition, with the Clerk Of
Uj Court, and serve a copy thereof,
ion Joseph C Lausael, your husband's
L,nael. 883 Fisherman St., Opa Locka.
Erlda, not later than October 7, 1977;
Eerwlse default will be entered.
ITED: Aug. SO. 1977, Miami, Florida.
Richard P. Brlnker
Clerk Circuit Court
ByS. PARRISH
Deputy Clerk
Sept. 2,9,16, 28. 1977
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
INTHE CIRCUITCOURT OF THt
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND
FOR OADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 77-37757
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
I RE: THE MARRIAGE OF
FACIL AGENORD,
Petitioner I Husband,
i
VTHIA AGENORD,
Respondent / Wife.
) CYNTHIA AGENORD
Residence Unknown
|YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
action for Dissolution of Marriage
\t been (lied against you and you are
quired to serve a copy of your written
Ifenses. i( any, to It on DANIEL
TITTER. ESQ.. attorney for
ptltioner. whose address Is 801 Dade
pderal Building, 101 East Flagler
Veet. Miami. Florida 33131, and file
! original with the clerk of the above
[tied court on or before September 30,
(7; otherwise a default will be entered
lnsl you (or the relief demanded in
^ complaint or petition.
his notice shall be published once
Ich week for (our consecutive weeks In
IE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal ol
fd court at Miami. Florida on this 23
/of August. 1977.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By C P. COPELAND
As Deputy Clerk
Ircuil Court Seal I
|NIEL RETTER. ESQUIRE
omey (or Petitioner
I Dade Federal Building
| Easl Flagler Street
ami. Florida 33131
pne: 398-6091)
omey (or Petitioner
Aug. 26; Sept. 2. 9, 16. 1977
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the
dersigned, desiring to engage In
Bine.ss under the fictitious name
lI'THKRN MARKETING at PO Box
[Miami, Fla. 33157 Intends to register
I name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Urt of Dade County. Florida.
Janet Sllberman
Sept. 2.9,16, 23, 1977
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
flOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the
dersigned, desiring to engage In
kiness under the fictitious name
IL'S HARDWARE at 10675 SW 109th
I Miami. Fla. Intends to register said
me with the CTerk of the Circuit Court
)ade County, Florida.
Melvyn Roseman
rx Faber
omey for applicant
Sept. 2,9.16, 23.1977
|NTHE CIRCUITCOURTOFTHE '
1ITH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN
FOR DADE COUNTY
INERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
NO. 77-37275
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(No PROPERTY)
re Marriage of
T'OR ENOSAKHARE OMORUYI,
| Petitioner Husband,
4ILLIA S. OMORUYI,
[Respondent-Wife.
: CAMILLIA S. OMORUYI
[OU ARE HEREBY NOT IFIED that
Petition for Dissolution of Marriage
| been filed against you, and that you
' required to serve a copy of your
kponse or Pleading to the Petition
fn the Petitioner's attorneys,
tVER & SILVER, ESQS.. Suite 2628-
Blscayne Tower, Miami, Florida
III. and file the original Response or
lading in the office of the Clerk of the
Icult Court, on or before the 7th day of
fober, 1977. If you fall to do so, a
fault Judgment will be taken against
. for the relief demanded in the
lit ion.
JMTED at Miami, Dade County.
r'.da. this 26th day of AUGUST, 1977.
I RICHARD P. BRINK ER
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
BY: W. TYMINSK3
LV'ER & SILVER, ESQS.,
Jomeys for Petitioner
Ite 2628 One Blscayne Tower
f"l, Florida S3131
|IRA S. SILVER
Sept. 2. 9,16. 28.1977
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the
undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
ASOCIACION DE PADRES, MAES
TROS Y ALUNNOS THE UMBRLLA
CENTER INC at 186 SW 9th Avenue,
Miami, Florida 33130 Intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
Dra. Silvia Mlllares
___________Aug. 26; Sept. 2,9, 16. 1977
INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOFTHE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO. 77-22351
JUDGE TURNER DIVISION If
NOTICE OF SUIT
FRED VALLEN and ADELE VALLEN,
his wife,
Plaintiffs,
vs.
FRANK LOPEZ and MERCEDES
LOPEZ,
his wife,
Defendant*.
TO: FRANK LOPEZ and MERCEDES
LOPEZ. His wife
Residence Unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
an action to foreclose a mortgage
executed by you on October 15,1973, en-
cumbering the following described
property situated In Dade County,
Florida, to-wit:
West 60 feet of Lots 5 and 6, less
South 5 feet of Lot 6 for street
widening In Block 2, of TRANQUIL-
LA, according to the plat thereof, as
recorded In Plat Book 4, at Page 56,
of the Public Records of Dade
County, Florida; together with the
Improvements located thereon,
has been filed against you, and you are
required to serve a copy of your written
defenses. If any, on: S. BLAIR ROSS,
PA.. Attorney for Plaintiffs, 1497 NW
7th Street, Miami, Florida, 33125, on or
before the 30 day of September, 1977,
and file the original with the Clerk of
this Court whether before service on
Plaintiffs' Attorney or Immediately
thereafter; otherwise a Default will be
entered against you for the relief
demanded In Plaintiffs' Complaint.
WITNESS my hand and official seal
at Miami, Dade County. Florida, this 22
day of Augsut, 1977.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
Clerk of Said court
By: N. A Hewett
Deputy CTerk
Aug. 26; Sept. 2. 9, 16.1977
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the
undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
GENERAL PLASTICS at 13680 NW 19th
AVE. OPA-LOCKA FLORIDA Intends
to register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
MARSH PLASTICS, INC.
Bv GERRY ROW. Pres.
SANFORD H KRAMER PA.
Attorney for MARSH PLASTICS INC.
Aug. 26; Sept. 2. 9. 16.1977
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
GENERAL ACRYLICS at 13680 NW
19th AVE OPA-LOCKA FLORIDA in-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida
MARSH PLASTICS INC
By GERRY ROW, pres.
SANFORD H KRAMER PA.
Attorney for MARSH PLASTICS INC.
Aug. 26; Sept. 2, 9, 16. 1977
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOFTHE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C IRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No. 77-36787
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: The Marriage of
GRACE Y.MAZIOS.
Wife
and
VANMAZIOS,
Husband
TO: VANMAZIOS
RESIDENCE UNKNOWN
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
an action for Dissolution of Marriage
has been filed against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your written
defenses. If any. to It on Arthur H.
Llpson, attorney for Petitioner, whose
address Is 9626 Bird Road, Miami.
Florida 33165, and file the original with
the clerk of the above styled court on or
before Sept. 30, 1977; otherwise a
default will be entered against you for
the relief demanded In the complaint or
petition.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said court at Miami, Florida on this 23
day of August, 1977.
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By N.A. Hewett
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
Aug. 26; Sept. 2, 9,16,1977
INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOFTHE
I1TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
NO. 77-20116-Division
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN RE: The Marriage of
DEBORAH A. HAHN,
Petitioner,
and
LOWELL C. HAHN,
Respondent.
TO: LOWELLC. HAHN
c / o Holly Johnson Motor Lodge
Room 53
Russelvllle, Arkansas
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action
for dissolution of marriage has been
filed against you and you are required to
serve a copy of your written defenses, if
any, to it on JOSEPH D1BARTO-
LOMEO, plaintiff's attorney, whose
address is 8400 Bird Road, Miami,
Florida 33165, on or before September
23. 1977, and file the original with the
clerk of this court either before service
on plaintiff's attorney or Immediately
thereafter; otherwise a default will be
entered against you for the relief
demanded In the complaint or petition.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
this Court on August 18,1977.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: N. A. Hewett
Deputy CTerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
Aug. 26; Sept. 2,9, 18.1977
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOFTHE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 77372*1
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF
LOUIS THOMPSON
Petitioner/Husband
and
IRENE CHAUCER THOMPSON
Respondent /Wife
TO: IRENE CHAUCER THOMPSON
Residence Unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
an action for Dissolution of Marriage
has been filed against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your written
defenses, if any, to It on 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 September 30,
1977; 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 23
day of August, 1977.
RICHARD P BRINKER
As CTerk. Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By CP. COPELAND
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
DANIEL RETTER, ESQUIRE
Attorney for Petitioner
801 Dade Federal Building
101 East Flagler Street
Miami. Florida 33131
Telephone: 358-6090
Attorney for Petitioner
Aug. 26; Sept. 2, 9, 16. 1977
LEGAL NOTICES
LEGAL NOTICE*
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the
undersigned, desiring to engage in
ou^eTunder the "ctUlous name <
I'lTRA ZIPPERS at 8600 S.W. tlisi
Lane Miami. Florida 33143, Intends to
Master said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
MIAMIPLAN, INC.
By WALTER PRACA
ARTHUR S.DAVIS
Attorney for
MIAMIPLAN, INC.
Suite 1117 City National Bank Bldg.
26 West Flaglers Street
Mtaml- ^ "aui.26; Sept. 2, 9,18,1977
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
theunderslgned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name
BAXTER ENTERPRISE at 1992 NE 148
St. North Miami, Fla. 33181 Intends to
reglstersaldnameswlth the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
Harvey Baxter
Elaine E.Baxter
Leonard Vova
Thelma Vova
Samuel M. Vova
David Kaplan as trustee of
The Nathan Kaplan Trust
David Kaplan
Bernadlne Kaplan
Norman Shnelder
Adeline Kaplan Shnelder
Marshall Gardner
Norma Kaplan Gardner
Harvey Baxter, Esq.
Attorney for Applicants
1600 NE Miami Gardens Dr.
N.Miami Beach 33179
Phone No. 940-8900
Aug. 26; Sept. 2, 9, 16,1977
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the
undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name THE
ALTER EGO at 2124 N.E. 123rd St.,
North Miami, Fla. 88181, Intends to
register said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
Huberto Yero
Dlgns Yero
Aug. 26; Sept 2, 9, 16,1977
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOFTHE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND
FORDADECOUNTY.
Civil Action No. 77-235(2
HEBREW HOME FOR THE AGED,
a Florida corporation not
for profit,
Plaintiff.
-VS-
MORTON EDELL,
Defendant.
TO: MORTON EDELL
24 Hutton Avenue
West Orange, New Jersey
(OR)
MORTON EDELL
200 Mt. Pleasant Avenue, No. 1C-A
West Orange, New Jersey 07062
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
an action for BREACH OF CONTRACT
has been filed against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your written
defenses, If any, to it on, MARK J.
FRIEDMAN, attorney for Petitioner,
whose address Is 350 Lincoln Road,
Suite 422. Miami Beach, Florida 33139,
and file the original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before October
7, 1977; 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 seal of said
court at Miami, Florida, on this 26 day
of August, 1977.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
As CTerk, Circuit Court,
Dade County, Florida
ByM. KLIMINSKI
As Deputy CTerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
MARK J. FRIEDMAN, ESQ
350 Lincoln Road, Suite 422
Miami Beach, Florida 33139
Phone: 532-6409
Attorney for Petitioner
Sept. 2.9,16, 23. 1977
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the
undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
THE ONLY ONE at 36 N.E. 1st Street,
Rm. 341, Miami, Fla. 33132, Intends to
register said name with the CTerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
Man l,i.I Konen
Sept. 2. 9, 16, 23.1977
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the
undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name
COMMUNIQUE PRODUCTIONS at
Dade County. Fla., Intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida
Richard L. Pavelsky
Ralph Schmleder
Ralph Schmleder
1876 NW. 107th St.
Miami. Fla. 33167
Aug. 26, Sept. 2, 9. 16,1977
CIRCUIT COURT, UTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT, DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
NO. 77 370S5
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN RE: The Marriage of
EGANIER FRANCOIS
Husband,
vs.
CLAUDETTE CASTELLAN
FRANCOIS, Wife.
You, Claudette Castellan Francois,
Martissant 38 Cite B. Boeuf, < /o
Mlchellne. Port au-Prlnce, Haiti, are
hereby notified to serve a copy of your
Answer to the Dissolution of Marriage
filed against you, upon husband's at-
torney. GEORGE NICHOLAS, ESQ..
612 NW 12th Avenue. Miami, Florida
33136. and file original with Clerk of
Court on or before Sept. 30. 1977; other-
wise the Petition will be confessed by
you.
Dated this 18 day of August, 1977.
RICHARD P. BRINKER. Clerk
By: G. S. Carlle
Deputy CTerk
l Circuit Court Seal I
Aug. 26; Sept. 2, 9. 16.1977
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the
undersigned desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
TE.B. ENTERPRISE at 1992 N.E.
148th St., North Miami, Fla. 33181. In-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
Harvey Baxter
Elaine E. Baxter
Leonard Vova
Thelma Vova
David Kaplan
Bernadlne Kaplan
Nathan Kaplan
Norman Shnelder
Adeline Kaplan Shnelder
Marshall Gardner
Norma Kaplan Gardner
HARVEY BAXTER, ESQ.
1800 N.E. Miami Gardens Dr.
N. Miami Beach 33179
Phone:940-8900
Attorney for Applicant ___
Aug. 28; Sept. 2,9,16,1977
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NOPROPERTY)
INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOFTHE
ELEVENTH JUDICIALCIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO.
FAMILY DIVISION NO.
77 37*06
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: The Marriage of
HELEN GIERSCH WILSON,
Petitioner-Wife,
WILLIAM R.WILSON.
Respondent-Husband
TO: WILLIAM R. WILSON
251 Midway Drive
New Orleans, Louisiana 70123
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 Alnslee R
Ferdle, Esq.. attorney for Petitioner,
whose address Is Suite 216, 717 Ponce de
Leon Blvd.. Coral Gables, Florida 33134,
and file the original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before Oct. 10.
1977; 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 31
day of August, 1977.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
ByM. J.Hartnett
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
Alnslee R. Ferdle, Esq.
Suite 215-717 Ponce de Leon Blvd.
Coral Gables. Florida 33134
(306)446-3667
Att0mey,0rPetllXt2.9.16,23..977
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
I NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the
undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
JUST LEATHER'' at P.O. BOX 41-
4750, MIAMI BEACH, FLA. 33141 Intend
to register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit court of Dade County.
Florida.
HAROLD JSIEGEL
HOWARD D. WHITE
Sept. 9, 18.23,30, 1977
-----CIRCUIT COURT, UTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT, DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
NO. 77-37562
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF:
ALBERIC MARC NAU,
Husband,
vs.
FLOREDAY NAU,
Wlfp
You FLOREDAY NAU, Residence
Unknown, are hereby notified to serve a
copy of your Answer to the Dissolution
of Marriage filed against you upon nu-
band's attorney. GEORGE NICHOLAS
ESQ, 612 NW 12th Avenue, Miami.
Florida 33138, and file original with
CTerk of Court on or before October 7,
1977; otherwise the Petition will be con-
fessed by you.
Dated this 30 day of August. 1977.
RICHARD P. BRINKER. CLERK
By: Diane Lowe
Deputy CTerk
Sept. 2.9,18,23, 1977
INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOFTHE
UTH JUDICIALCIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
NO. 77 375*3
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN RE: The marriage of
AMPARO CLAUDINA CRUZ,
Wife,
and
FERMIN CRUZ.
Husband.
YOU/FERMIN CRUZ. Bo. Mamey 2
Gurabo. Puerto Rico, are required to
file your answer to the petition for
dissolution of marriage with the Clerk of
the above Court and serve a copy
thereof upon the petitioner's attotney,
Herman Cohen, Esq., 622 SW 1st Street,
Miami, Fla. 33130, on or before October
3, 1977, or else petition will be confessed.
Dated: Aug. 30,1977.
Richard P. Brlnker
Clerk, Circuit Court
By B.LIpps
Deputy CTerk
(Circuit Court Seal l
Sept. 2, 9. 16, 23,1977
IN THE CIRCUITCOURTOFTHE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
CASE NO.: 77-22371
NOTICE OF SUIT
GOVERNMENT NATIONAL MORT
GAGE ASSOCIATION, a corporation
organiied under an Act of Congress and
existing pursuant to Title III of the Na-
tional Housing Act,
Plaintiff,
HARMODIO NIEDDA and LUZ
NIEDDA,
his wife, residence unknown. If living,
and if either or all of them be dead then
to any unknown spouses, if remarried,
all unknown heirs, devisees, legatees,
grantees, llenors, creditors, trustees,
and all parties having or claiming any
right, title or interest In and to the
property described In this suit, and
JUANA ESTEVEZ,
Defendants.
TO: HARMODIO NIEDDA and LUZ
NIEDDA, his wife, residence
unknown, If alive, and If either or all of
them be dead, all parties claiming In-
terests by, through, under or against
HARMODIO NIEDDA and LUZ NIED-
DA. his wife, residence unknown,
or either of them; and all parties
having or claiming to have any
right, title or Interest In the
property herein described.
Residences of all said defendants
unknown.
YOU, and each of YOU, are hereby
notified that an action to foreclose a
mortgage on the following property
In Dade County, Florida:
Lot 9, Block 3, TWENTY-FIRST
CENTURY HOMES, First Section,
i according to the Plat thereof, as
recorded in Plat Book 94, at Page
27, of the Public Records of Dade
County, Florida,
has been filed against you and the above
named defendants, and you are
required to serve a copy of your written
defenses, if any. to It on: BETTY
KESSLER, through RONALD L.
FRIED, plaintiff's attorney, whose
address Is: Suite 306. Coconut Grove
Bank Building, 2701 South Bayshore
Drive, Miami. Florida 33133 on or before
October 7th, 1977, and file the original
with the Clerk of this court either before
service on plaintiffs attorneys or Im-
mediately thereafter, otherwise a
default will be entered against you for
the relief demanded In the Complaint.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
this court on August 29.1977.
RICHARD P. BRINKER,
As Clerk of the Court
By: N.A. Hewett
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
Sept. 2.9, 16,23.1977
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the
undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
WESTLAND SHOPPING PLAZA
PARTNERSHIPS at C'O VENTURE
WEST REALTY, 18201 NW 68th Avenue,
Hlaleah, Fla. 33015, Intend to register
said name wlthe the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
CLIVEM. YATES
WILLIAM H. YATES, JR.
KENNETH C. BROADERICK
ARTHUR W. BROADERICK
ALANMEDOF
Attorney for APPLICANT
Sept. 9,16. 28, SO, 1977


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Friday, September?!
South Africa's Botha
Was Visitor in Israel
By DAVID LANDAU
JERUSALEM -i JTAi-Gov-
ernment officials confirmed here
reports from Johannesburg that
South African Foreign Minister
Roel of Botha spent the weekend
in Israel on his way to Europe.
They declined to confirm that
he had met with Israel Foreign
Minister Moshe Day an, but a
South African Embassy spokes-
man in Tel Aviv confirmed that
Botha had paid "a courtesy call"
on Dayan. The spokesman said
the South African official had
also toured the fortress of
Masada.
BOTHA apparently arrived in
Israel late Friday night and then
left for Geneva where he
reportedly was scheduled to meet
with Felix Houphouet-Boigny,
President of the Ivory Coast and
Black African elder statesman.
It was clear that Israeli of-
ficials would have preferred to
keep Botha's stopover here a
secret and were disconcerted
when word of it leaked out in
Johannesburg.
The Israeli reaction was due to
the fact that Israel has come
under incessant criticism in
international forums from Third
World and "progressive"'
countries for its ties with South
Africa, even though its diplomats
demonstrate time and again that
these ties are no broader nor
deeper than those which it has
with other countries.
IN A related development, the
Israeli Foreign Ministry office
emphatically'' denied a claim in
the latest issue of Newsweek of
Israeli-South African arms
cooperation.
There was no truth in the
claim, the spokesman asserted.
He also denied a CBS-TV report
that Dayan did indeed meet with
King Hussein of Jordan during
his trip to London two weeks ago.
PEACE, HAPPINESS AND GOOD
HEALTH FOR THE COMING YEAR.

Swastika Painted on Spitz Home
LOS ANGELES (JTA) A three-foot-high swastika
was painted on the garage door of Mark Spitz, the former
Olympic swimming champion, at his West Los Angeles home,
police said. They described the incident as an "act of vandalism
with racial overtones."
The 27-year-old Spitz, who gained fame as a winner of
seven gold medals at the 1972 Munich Olympics, was out of
town. According to police, there have been no reports of earlier
vandalism at Spitz's home.

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ge 17-.

miami aids iscael's QROwth
By GARY R. GERSON
' 'icniTiil Campaign Chairman
Greater Miami Israel
Bond Organization
Never before has Israel ex-
perienced such critical pressures
on i hree major fronts:
The need to maintain mili-
tary strength;
Withstanding diplomatic
pressures from Washington and
other sources;
9 Severe economic problems at
home.
We know that Israel will do
whatever it must do to overcome
these problems. But to succeed,
she must have the assistance of
world Jewry, including the very
important Jewish community of
South Florida.
AS WE approach the New
Year, we view the coming months


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GARY R. GERSON
with apprehension as well as
hope. Apprehension because we
know that Israel will be the
object of severe international
challenge and target of renewed
Arab hostility. Our hope remains
high because this will be the year
of the celebration of the 30th
anniversary of Israel's
I ndependence.
The observance of the 30th
milestone in its existence as a
sovereign state will serve as a
source of comfort and
reassurance in spite of the tough
problems. Israel's record of
achievement in the past 30 years
of statehood warrant the hope
that it will successfully overcome
problems that may occur in the
year ahead. The enemies of Israel
have good reason to heed the
lesson of Israel's durability,
moral vitality, and its impressive
record in nation building.
WE IN Miami look back with
pride on our record of effort for
Israel in these 30 years. During
this time, we have provided
Continued on Page 18-A
Our extRAOR&iruRy new yeaR epfoRt
By MILTON M. PARSON
Executive Director
South Florida
Israel Bond Organization
Whenever our community has
been called upon to meet almost
impossible goals for Israel, we
nave responded with mature
understanding and appreciation
of our role of responsibility. This
can be credited to the caliber of
our spiritual and lay leaders who
! at the forefront of the Israel
bond drive year after year. As a
result, Miami has become the
leading Israel Bond city on a per
capita basis in the world.
w y M we praP8" to enter
the New Year, we are again called
MILTON M. PARSON
upon for an extraordinary effort
on behalf of Israel's economy in
the coming year. The condition of
Israel's economy holds the key to
her ability to defend herself as
well as her ability to achieve a
sound and fair peace settlement.
IN THE absence of any real
movement towards peace, Israel
must give the highest priority to
her security. But, when we speak
of security, we do so with the
knowledge that economic
stability is a vital and in-
defensible part of Israel's
security, of her capacity to
protect herself, and preserve her
independence.
In the nearly 30 years of
Continued on Page 18-A
Community
Salutes Advent
Of holidays
By Morton Silberman, President
And Myron J. Brodie,
Executive Vice President
Greater Miami
Jewish Federation
As we welcome the New Year
5738, we join together in our
synagogues and wish each other
L'Shana Tova. It is a special
time, rich with meaning and
tradition. We take this time
traditionally to judge ourselves
and to be judged, as we measure
our deeds of the past year and
renew our commitment for the
year to come.
Perhaps most beautiful of all is
that we have a sense of Jewish
identity by participating as a Jew
with other Jews. It is also a time
when we participate as Jews for
other Jews. We can evaluate our
humanity in terms of helping
those people who must say that
today is no different than any
other day. These fellow Jews are
still vulnerable to persecution
, and despair.
WE POINT to this year the
Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration's 40th year of existence
as being extraordinary in
accomplishment for the Fed-
eration and its family of local
| agencies in helping to bring
I humanitarian aid to those Jews
i in need in Greater Miami, in
Israel and around the world.
We have gained a special
inspiration and feeling of oneness
through our Missions to Israel
this year. Our 30-year partner-
ship with the people of Israel has
increased as Miamians join in
their support to help offset the
crippling economic and social
concerns in the Jewish homeland.
We have proven that "we are
one" at a time when the people of
Israel are living through an
inflation that is increasing at a
rate of growth of some three
percent a month, and when
defense expenditures continue to
consume 35 percent of the gross
national product.
DURING the High Holidays,
when we pray to be inscribed for
another year, let us pledge our-
selves to inscribe Israel for a
better year. There is still so much
to be done. Almost 30 years after
the world recognized the creation
of Israel, four wars later,
thousands of our fellow Jews
killed, thousands of families
bereaved and orphaned, we are
still searching for peace. Still
searching to improve the lives of
our fellow Jews.
It is said that "At thirty, one is
ready for full strength." This is
what we inscribe for the people of
Israel in the coming year. And,
we know from history that Jewry
around the. world can afford to do
no less.
THE DEVELOPMENTS that
have taken place within your
'community this year are also im-
pressive. And we are proud to
remind you that it is the par-
ticipation of each of you per-
sonally, and through the annual
campaign, that has made this
communal progress possible.
Federation has worked in
many areas to improve the lives
of Jews. Your efforts on behalf of
Soviet Jews have contributed im-
measurably to the struggle to
gain freedom for our Russian
'brothers and sisters.
We have created special task
forces to keep pace with the
changing needs of your com-
MYRON J. BRODIE
munity in the areas of single
Iparent families and the special
jproblems of teenagers. We have
established a new department for
Leadership Development that
will work with the Young Adults
Division and other key groups to
recruit and develop our future
leaders.
AGAIN this year, our
Women's Division has brought a
greater sensitivity to under-
standing the needs and
developing programs in the areas
of community education, leader-
ship development and campaign.
Your community has added
some new dimensions in serving
its large population of senior
citizens. It is important to note
that many of the most pro-
gressive and far-reaching
programs that have been created
to serve people are made possible
through the generous support of
the United Way of Dade County.
With United Way help, Fed-
eration inaugurated a central
telephone line that serves as a
kind of "hot line" fo:- the elderly,
with referral assistance available
simply by calling the number.
A convenient shuttle service
was begun by the Mount Sinai
Medical Center to bring the
services of Mount Sinai's out-
I patient clinic to South Beach,
where many Jewish dependent
elderly reside. This service
complements the existing ser-
vices on South Beach in what is
becoming a network of
Federation-funded services for
the elderly.
The Jewish Community Cen-
ters South Beach Activities
Center, the Jewish Vocational
Service Nutrition Program,
which now serves 342,420 meals a
year, the Miami Jewish Home
and Hospital for the Aged's Out-
patient Mental Health Centers,
Jewish Family and Children's
Service, as well as the new Co
Continued on Page 18-A




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Friday, September 16,1*77
Community Greets
New Year Occasion
Continued from Page 17-A
ordinated Home Attendants Pro-
gram a joint effort by four
agencies are all part of that
network. Our service deliver,
system continues to be more co-
ordinated and effective through
Federation's Central Commission
on the Elderly.
A COMPLETE package of
these services is offered through
the Community Care Program for
residents of Rebecca Towers, the
City of Miami Beach's low rent
housing project for the elderly
An important first'' this year
has been the incorporation of
Jewish Federation Housing. Inc.,
after Federation received ap-
proval to construct and manage
an entirely new government-
funded apartment building in
South Miami Beach. The
dependent elderly residents
living there will also receive sup-
portive social services to help
them remain in the community
for as long as possible.
And the Miami Jewish Home
and Hospital for the Aged has
completed its new 120-bed ad-
dition. The Home is also planning
to build an apartment house on
its grounds with accom-
modations and full home and
hospital services for the semi-
ambulatory aged.
ONE OF our most exciting
accomplishments this year was
the dedication of the new
Michael-Ann Russell Jewish
Community Center. In its 40th
year of existence. Federation and
its members are proud to count
such a community-oriented
facility among its family. The
Center, located in North Dade. is
designed to be a focal point of
Jewish life in the community and
will continue to meet your needs
and the needs of each member of
your family. The Center is also a
place that will continue to
nurture and sustain our Jewish
roots here in Greater Miami.
These are just a few of the
exciting accomplishments which
your work and dedication have
made possible. Take an active
role in these programs. They
exist to serve you, for each one of
you is an integral part of this
Jewish community.
BUT. OTHERS still need your
help. Whether they be elderly and
sick, young and hungry for
knowledge, middle aged and
troubled, it is through you that
Federation will continue to
provide the necessary service to
help all Jews. Everywhere.
We join with all of the Fed-
eration leadership and staff in
extending wishes for a year of
good health, happiness and peace
in 5738. LShana Tova.
Through Bond Drive
Miami in Massive Assist to Israel
mmmOu
r Extraordinary^
New Year Effort
Continued from Page 17-A
Israel's existence, her enemies
have had one objective to seek
the complete isolation of Israel,
economically, politically and
militarily.
The Arabs have intensified the
worldwide campaign of economic
warfare against Israel in a
boycott which represents a
serious threat not only to Israel
but to the Jewish people as a
whole. In this effort, they will fail
aa they failed in their military
attacks.
In its struggle, Israel turns to
us to help meet its difficult
financial burden. The Israel Bond
Organization has been the
bulwark of Israel's economic
development program for more
than one-quarter of a century. In
industry, agriculture and trade,
bona money has provided the
foundation for growth.
THE UNWAVERING
solidarity of the Jewish People
has become not only the greatest
source of strength for Israel, but
also an inspiring example of
dedication and idealism for the
rest of the world.
The High Holidays
traditionally mark the opening of
the Fall phase of the Israel Bond
Campaign. Once again our area's
synagogues will unite in an
outpouring of economic support
as well as kinship with the people
of Israel.
Israel's battle for economic
survival can be won with the
support of our com-
munityexpressed in the
concrete faith of an Israel Bond. I
urge every member of our
community to purchase Israel
Bonds to give solid and historic
evidence of our undiminished
commitment to Israel's welfare
and growth.
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Continued from Page 17-A
millions of dollars through Israel
Bonds for Israel's economic
development.
Beyond that is our readiness to
stand by her side whenever she
has called upon us through her
leaders We have responded
swiftly and generously. This
demonstration of solidarity is a
constant source of strength to the
people of Israel.
Looking forward against the
background of the 30 years
chapter of Israel's achievement
and Miami Jewry's stellar role,
we draw renewed inspiration
from Israel's progress despite
almost inhuman obstacles as well
as the part we have played in this
amazing success story through
the Israel Bond Organization.
WE HAVE a right to feel that
in these three decades Israel has
dramatically demonstrated its
capacity to exist and to grow as a
free and independent nation. But
the latest developments in the
area of international affairs fail to
recognize this incontrovertible
fact. Nowhere is this hostility
more evident than in the councils
of the United Nations.
Consequently, if Israel is
destined to be under fire on the
diplomatic front, we must be
alert to the need for giving
renewed expression to our
support and solidarity. This
situation gives added meaning to
the Israel Bond campaign in the
coming months.
As the major instrument in the
economic development program.
Israel Bonds represent a prime
channel of moral support as well
as a principal source of economic
strength.
We know that Israel will do
whatever it must do to
overcome these problems. But
to succeed, she must have the
assistance of world Jewry,
including the very important
Jewish community of South
Florida.
IN THE year of Israel's
thirtieth anniversary. *'* have
reason to look to the future with
hope and optimism. But the
hopes for the New Year may be
jeopardized if we do not respond
to the need for solidarity in terms
of the maximum response to the
Israel Bond campaign.
Once again our bond with
Israel must be affirmed with the
kind of action that-speaks louder
than words. The year ahead calls
for a substantial increase in the
sale of Israel Bonds as a crucial
factor in a further recovery for
Israel's economy. Such a
response will also be a resounding
vote of confidence and unity with
the people of Israel in the face of
greater financial needs and
critical political development-
I am confident that the Jewish
community of Miami will reach
new heights of support for
Israel's economic needs in the
coming year.
A Very
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Friday, September
New Year's Greetings to FT* from the Presidents
THh WHITE HOI SK
WASHINGTON
President Carter
Rosalynn and I extend warmest greetings to our
fellow Americans of the Jewish Faith on the
occasion of your High Holy Days, in which sym-
bolically "mankind passes in judgment before the
heavenly throne''.
As you solemnly review and judge your own conduct
during the past year, we are all reminded that we
serve God most faithfully by showing concern for
our friends and neighbors.
In a world made small by modern technology, all
peoples and nations have become closer together,
and the concern for others has become more im-
portant than ever. This is the wellspring of our
nation's commitment to human rights, and it is why
we are determined that all of American words and
deeds will honor that commitment.
Among the Rosh Hashonah prayers recited in the
synagogue is one which looks toward the day when
mankind will be joined in universal brotherhood.
This is a prayer to which all of us add our heartfelt
Amen as we uish each of you a happy and prosperous
New Year.

President Katzir
JERUSALEM (JTA) -
President Ephraim Katzir said in
a Rosh Hashanah message to
world Jewry, released here, that
"It seems clear that 5738. the
New Year of the Hebrew
calendar, will be a decisive year in
the annals of the modem Middle
East."
He cautioi.:d that "for us there
are no easy answers. We who
know with utmost clarity the
basic requirements of Israel's
survival cannot condone trifling
with them for the sake of greater
acceptability and opularity in the
outside world.''
THE PRESIDENT enum-
erated the problems that
will continue to confront Israel in
the New Year: "The threat of
terrorism, the menacing, colossal
growth of Arab military and
financial resources and the
widespread Arab boycott en-
deavor, the grave effort we must
make for humane co-existence in
all the territory under Israeli
administration, economic in-
flation and the constant endeavor
to increase productivity and to
narrow the gap in living stan-
dards, the environmental and
energy crisis from which Israel
cannot be exempt."
Katzir observed that "despite
all this, the experience of the past
makes us confident that there
will be counterfactors, rewarding
and promising developments,
advances toward conditions and
achievements we hope ami wish
to see in Israel."
THE PRESIDENT said that
"in the search for peace, we are
particularly appreciative of the
efforts of the United States
government and of men of good
will everywhere. How noble an
achievement it would be to
restore peace to the land where
the vision of international peace
was first expressed by the
see each other as human beings
may well be the beginning of
wisdom and cooperation in this
middle east crisis." In that
connection he cited the "good
fence" on the Lebanese border
which he hoped "may be the
prelude to true, fruitful peace
between Israel and its neigh-
bors."
prophets of Israel so many
centuries ago."
Katzir stressed that "one of
the foundationstones of Israel's
life is its constantly growing
relationship with Jews abroad. In
addition to the scores of in-
ternational scientific, cultural
and professional conferences held
annually in Israel, conventions,
meetings and pilgrimages of
Jewish groups bring the
Diaspora to Israel and Israel to
the consciousness of the
Diaspora. Israelis have come to
know, at first hand, most of the
great Zionist, religious and
communal organizations of the
Jewish world," he said.
HE ALSO observed that "to
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The Christian funeral service
for Jewish-born Magda Lupescu
^9tre99 of the late King Carol of
Romania for 22 years, who died in
Estoril, Portugal, on June 29 at
the age of 80, and her burial in a
Christian cemetery reminded me
of a long forgotten interview that
revealed she had abandoned
Judaism even before she met
Carol Before World War II,
Mme. Lupescu was reportedly
the center of court and political
intrigue in Bucharest where her
Jewish origin greatly exacer-
bated anti-Semitic feeling.
Magda Lupescu was born
Miriam Wolff, in the Romanian
town of Temelai, in the province
of Moldavia, which is now part of
the Soviet Union. She was the
daughter of Lippe and Itta Wolff.
Her mother, one of five sisters,
was the daughter and grand-
daughter of rabbis. Her grand-
father was Rabbi Nachman
Saltiner of Sotowe. Miriam's
mother. Itta. eloped with a
shepherd named Yankan,
divorced him after a year and
married Lippe Wolff.
THE LATTER'S father gave
them an inn as a wedding
present. Itta and Lippe had three
sons and three daughters,
Miriam being the youngest.
When she was 14, the family
moved to Bucharest where Wolff
changed the family name to the
Rumanian form, Lupescu, and
Miriam became Magda. Wolff
opened a factory making
pharmaceuticals and prospered.
Itta became a great lady and
entertained in a lavish style in a
beautiful house. Magda, like her
borthers and sisters, was
educated by private tutors.
When Magda was 20 and
already a captivating titian-
haired beauty, Magda emulated
her mother and fell in love with a
Romanian army captain named
Tampeanu.
THEY WERE married by a
priest. Like her mother, Magda
found her hasty marriage had
been a mistake. Her husband was
a dissolute character and a heavy
gambler who was interested
chiefly in Magda's large dowry.
Then she met Carol, the
Romanian crown prince, at an
armv ball at which the heir to the
throne was the royai guest of
it was a case of love at
. was already married to
lelen of Greece, but it
ovelesa union that had
rranged by Carol's mother.
a Marie. The love affair
imi and Magda played
' hands of Romania's
cal factions, all of them
le to Romanian Jewry.
Queen Marie and her political
allies used Magda's Jewishness




Magda Lupescu's
Death Recalls
Turbulent Era
By BERNARD POSTAL




as a weapon, threatening to
unleash pogroms if Carol didn't
give her up.
In 1926, King Ferdinand or-
dered Mme. Lupescu to leave
Romania, warning that her life
was in danger and her continued
presence in the country would
provoke anti-Jewish rioting.
RELUCTANTLY, she left and
went to Paris where Carol later
joined her. Ignoring orders from
home to leave his Jewish mistress
and return at once to Romania or
forfeit his right to the throne.
Carol said he would renounce this
right rather than become a
puppet of Prince Jon Bratianu,
the real ruler of Romania.
This suited Bratianu's plans
and he persuaded the Romanian
parliament to accept Carol's
renunciation and to declare
Prince Michael, Carol's young
son by Princess Helen, heir to the
throne.
For five years, Carol lived in
exile in France and Italy, with
Magda Lupescu at his side.
When King Ferdinand died in
1927, followed shortly after by
the death of Bratianu. a peasant
revolution made Juliu Maniu
prime minister. He wanted Carol
as king, and in 1930 sent an
emissary to beg him to return.
BUT CAROL was adamant
and refused Maniu's demand that
as the price of the crown he give
up Mme. Lupescu. She urged
Carol to go back and promised
Maniu's emissary she would
disappear from Carol's life
forever.
When Carol returned to
Romania and was crowned king,
he announced that he had
definitely broken with his Jewish
paramour, but he soon found he
needed her and she came back to
Bucharest when he threatened to
give up the throne if she refused.
For the next ten years she lived
in a village about a mile from
Carol's palace. They spent much
time together, and he reportedly
consulted her often on political
mutters. The Romanian
politicians, however, found her a
convenient scapegoat.
EVERY PRIME Minister
sought to drive her from the
country and every anti-Semitic
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demagogue called for her exile or
death. In fact there were several
abortive attempts on her life. The
anti-Semitic Iron Guard was
openly committed to her murder.
Nevertheless, in 1937 there
were widespread published
reports that she had aborted an
Iron Guard coup against Carol by
persuading the Fascist and .anti-
Semitic terrorist organization
that although she was Jewish by
birth, she was now a real
Romanian Christian anxious to
save her country from the Jews.
She was said to have made
substantial money gifts to the
Iron Guard in the hope of gaining
immunity from their attacks and
demonstrations.
One source described Mme.
Lupescu as "a protecting angel "
of the anti-Semitic parties. Some
of this became public through
testimony by an Iron Guard
leader on trial for plotting her
assassination. He testified that
she had made a deal with a less
extreme wing of the Iron Guard
by promising her support if they
would halt open warfare on Carol.
ALL DURING these years
Mme. Lupescu was the subject of
endless rumors, most of them
baseless. Her father was
variously described as a German
Jew, a junk dealer, a banker and
an owner of a pawnshop who had
bought his daughter's way into
the royal chamber.
Her mother was referred to as a
"Viennese Catholic." One story
had it that her father had himself
baptized in the Greek Orthodox
faith in order to get a position as
an army pharmacist, and that
when Magda was born had her
baptized in the same faith.
Magda herself was at various
times denounced as "the
Cleopatra of the Balkans," the
"Romanian Madame Pom-
padour" and "the uncrowned
Queen of Romania."
In a 1931 interview with an
anonymous writer, released in t*-
United States by the Seven Arts
Features Syndicate, Mme.
Lupescu was quoted as saying,
'I wish people would stop calling
me a Jewess. It does no one any
good, besides, it isn't true."
SHE THEN told the startled
interviewer that "this is not the
first time that I definitely deny
being a Jewess. I have done so
time and again. I resent the
making of political capital of
mywellof racial feeling. If
someone would bother to in-
vestigate the church records, he
would discover that when I
.married Captain Tampeano,
|years ago, I became converted to
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Women Have Right to Improve Their Situation
ByBLUGREENBERG
WOMEN WHO attend an
Orthodox synagogue with a
mechitzhah (partition between
men's and women's sections)
have a right and a responsibility
to improve the situation in the
women's section so they can at
least feel part of what is going on. I mark this holy
A friend recalled that in his religious context.
shtet 1. his mother and her friends
This is the last in a series on
achieve equal rights in Jewish religious life.
event in a
used to shout down from the
shul's women's balcony section
and not let the service continue
until they could hear every word
that was said.
The mechitzahin and of itself
does not discriminate; under
proper circumstances, it can
generate a sense of equality in the
presence of God. However, most
mechitzot do not have that effect.
I have sat behind mechitzot
where I could see and hear
nothing. It would be worthwhile
to suggest switching for just one
Shabbat men in the women's
section and vice versa
Both would gain new insight
into the synagogue service and
the experience of prayer! I
happen not to be opposed to male
bars, women's tea rooms, and the
like. The sense of comradeship
with the members of one's sex is
not a bad thing. But to use the
synagogue as a male refuge is
blasphemous. Women must
educate the community that the
synagogue is the house of God for
all Jews.
AND FINALLY, we must
develop new roles in liturgy to
celebrate Jewishly important
events in our liveswhich is
what Jews have always done.
Indeed, one of the most powerful
elements in Judaism is that we
sanctify every act and every
important step in life with a
ceremony or ritualso that it
elevates its status from a
biological or psychological oc-
currence to an event celebrated in
the presence of God and com-
munity. The most creative event
in a woman's life is the act of
giving birth. Yet it is striking
that we have as yet neither
ceremony, blessing or ritual to
The assumption
can finally mature
that women
as Jews, as
theological beings, as con-
tributors to and molders of
Judaism, is an exciting challenge
in terms of its potential effect on
Jewish destiny. The possibility
that a whole new generation of
women might grow up with
spiritual expectations other than
the lazy ones which we fed
uponthat image alone should
serve to spur change and
neutralize contemporary op-
position to halachic adaptability.
WITH ALL these helpful
suggestions, we must never-
theless recognize the serious gap
that still exists between in-
dividual needs and community
traditions. Becoming learned and
groping for genuine experiences
in prayer, and pointing out the
historical precedents for halachic
change will not solve the halachic
problems of Jewish women. We
are still faced with a largely
intransigent establishment and
with a community which backs
away from visions of con-
frontation.
Some women who want change
badly enough will wrestle with
the choice of opting out of the
community altogether. I would
argue that this is not a
solution neither for the in-
dividual, nor for the Jewish
community. It is bettermore
painful, but more fruitful and
more Jewish to be a maverick
within the community, than a
tzaddik (righteous one! outside
it. Furthermore, we have a
responsibility to the community:
it needs our participation as
much as we desire to assume new
responsibilities; it needs those
who pressure for revitalization
from within, as much as every
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I DO NOT wish to flout
rabbinic leadership: rather, I
would hope it would grow and
have greater impact on my life.
Yet rabbinic leadership today is
still making rules and creating
conditions that keep women in a
secondary place, and we cannot
accept all of these rules passively.
Change must be generated by
women who are observant, loyal
to the halachic system and to the
Jewish community.
There is a psychological dif-
ference between breaking the
rules and growing beyond them.
The second perspective upholds
the integrity of tradition, and
maintains continuity with it, as
in each generation of Jews in
renewing their covenant with
God. ________.
It will help us if we view our
self-actualization in Heschelian
termsthat each Jew should see
him / herself ascending the
ladder of observance, going
higher and higher as he/she
gains experience and sensitivity.
It will aid us if we remember that
we are moving towards equality
in a system whose basic tenet is
equality; thus, we are helping
Judaism live up to its own values
by eliminating the liabilities and
limitations placed upon one sex.
IT WILL help us, too, if we
remember and understand that
the halachic system is not a
house of cards ready to topple if
we blow at it. Our long history
has proved that faith in
Judaism's ability to mature is
well placed.
The accusation has been made
that it is not really interest in
Judaism, but rather feminism
that is the thrust behind the new
push for women's self-
actualization within Judaism. I
believe that there is some truth to
this charge. Yet I see it as a
blessing.
What is it, after all, that
women are seeking? They are not
asking to be released from
religious obligations, rather they
are asking to enter more fully
into the spiritual life. The notion
of kiruv levavot (welcoming souls
ready to embrace the Jewish
tradition, for whatever reason) is
a powerful one that is lost on all
but a few of the organized bodies
within contemporary Jewish life.
If feminism is a way back to
Judaism, we should appreciate it,
not only in terms of numbers so
hard to recoup after the
Holocaust, but for the new blood
and life it will bring to Jewry
today and tomorrow.
Blu Greenberg lectures on
Religious Studies at the College
of Mt. St. Vincent and is a
graduate student in Jeuish
history at Yeshiva University.
She is a (acuity member of the
Institute for Women Today, OT
inter-religious feminist
organization. She delivered the
keynote address to the First
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Academicians Study Israel Today
By DAVID LANDAU
JERUSALEM (JTA) -
The first Israeli seminar of a new
American group, the Zionist
Academic Council (ZAC), ended
here last week with its 30 par-
ticipants, faculty members from
colleges across the United States,
all feeling that they had been pre-
sented with unadorned, straight-
from-the-shoulder impressions of
Israel's problems.
The mission organizers, of-
ficials of the American Zionist
Federation in New York and of
the World Zionist Organization
head office in Jerusalem,
evidently went to such lengths to
ensure that none of the mission
members felt they were being
exposed to a "snow job" that
some members, at least, felt there
had been too much of the
negative, the critical, the
divisive, in the presentations the
mission heard.
BUT BY and large there was
recognition that the mission had
sought to and succeeded in in-
volving its members remarkably
deeply in the Israeli scene con-
sidering the limitations of time.
The mission opened in Beersheba
and for the first day the pro-
fessors were shown facets of the
city and met with some of its
social and political leaders.
In one "political day" the
sjroup was briefed by a leading
journalist. Teddy Preuss of
Davar, on the post-election
scene; met with Haim Barlev.
who was Commerce and Industry
Minister under the previous
Labor Party government;
conferred with Shmuel Katz,
Prime Minister's Menachem
Begins information chief and
personal confidant; and talked to
Meir Amit, a leader of the
Democratic Movement for
Change and former chief of
Mossad, Israel's internal in-
telligence agency.
Other highlights of the mission
included a day devoted to
studying the Israeli-Arab
situation, with a visit to the
village of Baka el-Garbiya and
talks with Israeli experts and
with neighboring kibbutz-niks as
well as with village leaders.
THE UNDERLYING belief of
the mission organizers, said Josh
Halberstam of the AZF, was that
"nothing sells Israel better than
Israel itself." The ZAC, Halber-
stam explained, was set up only
five months ago with the purpose
of reaching out primarily to the
estimated 50,000 Jewish faculty
members in American univer-
sities.
"We hope to get ten thousand
of them actively interested in
Israel of course on different
levels of commitment," said
Halberstam.
The main thrust of the
Council's work will be outside of
New York, he added, since in the
metropolis itself Israel's message
is carried through sufficient other
media. But further out, there is
"glaring ignorance" among
Jewish academics and intel-
lectuals both of things Jewish
and of Israel specifically, Halber-
stam said, and it is to "assault
this ignorance that the Council
was set up."
HE EXPLAINED that the
Council is distinguished from the
"American Professors for Peace
in the Middle East" which is
officially neutral. "We're not
neutral.'' Halberstam said.
"We're Zionist..." At present,
the Council has some 200 paid-up
members, which is not bad for a
start, he added.
The most effective way of
"spreading the word" on an aca-
demic level, said both Halber-
stam and Prof. Michael Churgin
of the University of Texas (at
Austin) Law Faculty, is on a one-
to-one basis of talking, arguing
and convincing. That is what
Council members and supporters
are urged to do.
But beyond that, there are
weekend conferences, debates,
"occasional papers" on a much
higher level," Halberstam and
Churgin said "than the often
unsatisfactory material put out
by the official Israeli legations."
CHURGIN acknowledged
frankly that the advent of the
Likud government in Israel has
made the job of her friends on
American campuses harder than
ever. Most American academics,
and perhaps especially Jewish
academics, are left-liberal in their
views. They have long been
uncomfortable with Israel's
occupation of the post-1967 areas
and to now have this occupation
enshrined in official ideology
makes matters worse from their
viewpoint, they observed.
Also, much disapproved is
Israel's refusal to recognize
Palestinian political rights, and
Jerusalem's ties with Pretoria.
Churgin seemed to imply that
one effective counter-argument
used by men like him in their
informal informational work on
Israel's behalf is the fact that
many Israelis themselves dis-
approve of some or all of the
government's policies.
The ZAC mission got a good
deal of exposure to dissenting
opinion, meeting with both
politicians and private in-
dividuals on the left of Israel's
political spectrum.
THEY ALSO gained a first-
hand impression of informed and
authoritative West Bank Pales-
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group believed Begin's ascent to
power was an awkward develop-
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supported the Prime Minister's
political line, while others held
that he would at least enunciate a
clearer policy than the previous
government.
Halberstam stressed that as
far as he and other professionals
were concerned the success of the
ZAC would be measured not by
how many Jewish academics
could be convinced to adhere to
the Israel government's line, but
by how many could be involved
in Israeli affairs, "to argue about
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Friday, September 16,1977
Meaning of High Holy Days As Israel Sees Them
By DAVID SOLOMON
The two days of the Jewish
New Year, Rosh Hashanah and
the Day of Atonement, Yom
Kippur. are the only three holy
days in the Jewish calendar
which are purely religious.
having no other derivation; they
have no agricultural framework,
as does Succot (Tabernacles); no
historical underpinning of the
"Giving of the Law," as in the
case of the Shavuot (Pentecost)
holiday, etc.
On these three days, Jews are
called upon to give an accounting
of themselves before their Maker
for their deeds during the past
year; Jewish belief maintains
that on this occasion the
Almighty weighs the deeds of
men and women upon earth, in
order to decide whether a positive
or, maybe, negative verdict will
be forthcoming by the time Yom
Kippur, or the Day of Atonement
has arrived.
HOW IS all this reflected in
modern Israel? On the face of it,
the celebration of these occasions
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similar to that found wherever
Jews are able to practice their
religion freely. Men and women,
young and old, rich and poor,
pour into the synagogues for
prayer: into spacious, ultra-
modern prayer halls, or into
others, large enough to allow no
more than a Minyan or twoyet
all are filled to overflowing.
Of course. Rosh Hashanah is
also celebrated like this in New
York. London, Paris or Toronto.
But what is unique to Israel is
what has transpired before the
services begin, on the eve of the
holiday. An electricity fills the air
in the fast-paced cities and towns
or on tranquilly pastoral kib-
butzim or moshavim.
Amidst the hectic confusion
and noise of speeding cars, the
usual lowing of the cattle on the
farms, one can feel a pulsating
excitement charged with a very
special tension missing on other
days of the year.
STORES AND street markets
are crammed with shoppers,
whose bags contain very special
items: Pomegranates, dates and
figs, over which Jews will utter,
on the first day of Rosh
Hashanah, the blessing for the
first fruit of the new Hebrew
year; honey, which one will taste
hoping for a sweet year to come:
and fish (of which those who can
brave it will eat the head, to mark
the "Head of the Year," the
Hebrew meaning of Rosh
Hashanah.
In streets, in homes and of-
fices, in factories and army bases,
hundreds of thousands are saying
Skana Tova Happy New Year
and the entire country seems
to vibrate with these verbal
greetings. The sundrenched
thoroughfares, streets and
boulevards are dotted with
impromptu New Year card stalls
whose owners do frantic last
minute business.
Noon passes, and as afternoon
approaches, shops are shut,
bolted tight, till the holiday's
end. Streets are empty, buses
make their last hurried rounds
and there it is, that strange
atmosphere of a reverent
stillness, interspersed only by the
noise of an occasional private car.
ROSH HASHANAH ap-
proaches. Shadows have
lengthened considerably by now
and the first few individual
worshippers are joined gradually
by more and more and more
until the entire city, it seems, is
making its way to synagogue.
The service is solemn but
joyous. Yet the event most
eagerly anticipated, especially
for the young, is to take place in
the following two days* services.
For it is during the late pre-noon
prayers that the shofar, the ram's
horn, will be sounded. The
"trumpeter" will emit the
elongated or curtailed-staccato
bursts of sound and children will
crowd as close as possible to the
horn-blower, watching every
Days of Penitence, which
commenced with Rosh
Hashanah. Like every Jewish
holiday, this most solemn day of
the Hebrew Calendar, com-
mences at dusk
Synagogues are jammed on
Yom Kippur Eve for the solemnly
beautiful Kol Nidre service, and
services last all through the
following day; and. of course,
Yom Kippur is a 25-hour fast, a
period of soul-searching. Yet all
these aspects are the same in
Jewish communities all over the
world. What then, is special to
Israel?
Probably the most awe-
inspiring aspect of this most awe-
inspiring of days in the Jewish
homeland, is the way the entire
country comes to a total stand-
still. The only vehicles in the
streets are occasional ambulances
T
Blowing the shofar in Jerusalem
or police cars. Normally busy
streets are deathly quiet. Air-
ports are closed. Radio and
television stop broadcasting.
The only sounds one hears are
footsteps echoing in this im-
pressive utter silence, which
envelops the entire country from
sundown to sunset, 25 hours
later.
JEWISH TOURISTS to
Israel, many of whom have
celebrated these holidays all their
lives in their countries of birth,
find that Rosh Hashanah and
Yom Kippur gain added
relevance when celebrated in
Israel, as not only religious but
national holidays.
If you plan to be in Israel
during the High Holy Days, most
hotels offer festive dinners during
Rosh Hashanah, and pre- and
post- fast dinners on Yom
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Message to World Jewry
Israel's Begin Greets
New Year
JERUSALEM (JTA) -
Prime Minister Menachem Begin
has extended Rosh Hashanah
greetings to world Jewry with a
call for aliya. to provide "the
necessary funds to liberate our
nation, once and for all, from
poverty," and to undertake "the
study of Hebrew as a second
spoken language throughout the
communities of the Diaspora."
The Prime Minister listed aliya
as the first of the "challenges of
our generation."
HE OBSERVED that of the
some 12 million Jews around the
world.. .no more than one-quarter
has ingathered into our reborn
homeland. This good land cries
out for our return to Zion, from
west and east. The majority of
our brethren in the Soviet Union
are deprived of this right. It is
incumbent, therefore, on the
Jews of the free world to renew
and intensify the human struggle
for the right of repatriation to
Zion of our fellow Jews in the
Soviet Union and in
Syria who seek to reach Zion
and freedom."
Begin added that "in the
democratic countries our Jewish
brethren are able to embark on
aliya of their own free will. I call
upon them today, in this Jewish
season of recommitment. I call
particularly upon our younger
generation: arise and come build
up the land for your sakes and
ours and for the sake of the
coming generation."
BEGIN NOTED that "here, in
our small Jewish homeland, there
prevails a problem of poverty
that is intolerable to a nation
which, from the time it emerged
onto the stage of history, was
commanded: Thou shalt pursue
justice.- I speak of the lot of
45,000 families in Israel who live
in housing conditions that are
insufferable to us, as a Jewish
society.
"My appeal, therefore, is
directed to my fellow Jews in the
Diaspora who have given so
magnificently over the yearsto
the UJA and the Keren Hayesod
and for the purchase of Israel
Bonds.
"I ask them on the occasion of
Israel's 30th anniversary to
double this year their con-
Lupescu Death Recalls
A Turbulent Era
tributions and purchases. The
extra sums will be totally ear-
marked for the construction of
decent new houses for tens of
thousands of families in Israel
living in distressful con-
ditions.. .Let each fellow
Jewonce in 30 yearsdouble
contribution for the upbuilding of
our land, thereby providing the
necessary funds to liberate our
nation, once and for all. from
poverty and erradicate its
scourge from within our society
to whom liberty and social justice
are supreme Jewish values."
BEGIN CALLED the study of
the Hebrew language, par-
ticularly by Jewish youth abroad,
"the key to a profounder un-
derstanding of our Jewish
heritage, our sources, our history,
our life. To give to your children
this knowledge is to rescue them
from an assimilation that is
eroding and eating away at our
fine youth, leading them to
estrangement, so that each year
thousands and tens of thousands
simply vanish," Begin said.
Finally, the Prime Minister
called on the Jewish people to
"stand together" in "the throes
of an historic struggle for the just
cause of Eretz Yisrael. In the
final analysis, this is a struggle to
guarantee the lives, the security,
the liberty and the peace of our
children and grandchildren.
Continued from Page 21-A
Christianity. There really is no
reason to call me a Jewess, except
that some people wish to em-
barrass my, erfriends."
The woman sometimes known
as "La Belle Juive of Bucharest"
assured the interviewer that "I
am not ashamed of my paren-
tage. I love my father more than
anyone else. I, personally, have
no prejudice or petty feeling on
religion. I respect any sincere
believer."
In publishing the interview,
the anonymous reporter said that
he felt her confession that she
had converted was an effort to
disentangle herself from the
gossip that linked her name with
the Jewish question in Romania.
LATER, a good friend of hers
told the interviewer that Mme.
Lupescu "is so thoroughly
Jewish in her sympathies that
she fears lest the net of scandal
and intrigue in which she is being
involved should come to threaten
the safety of Romanian Jews."
Early in 1940, before the Nazis
moved into the Balkans and
Magda and Carol were still in
Romania. Nazi and Allied agents
sought to enlist Mme. Lupescu's
aid. Hitler's emissaries offered
her a "chance" to become "a
second Queen Esther" who could
rescue her people in the Balkans
by inducing Carol to put himself
and his nation voluntarily under
Nazi protection. The allies tried
to win her support by warning
her that as a Jewess she could
expect the same treatment from
the Nazis accorded the Jews in
Poland. Czechoslovakia and
Austria. But she kept herself
aloof from both sides.
Partly on Magda's advice, it
was said, Carol overthrew the
Romanian parliamentary
government in 1937 and
proclaimed himself dictator.
Three years later, when he was
accused of leaning toward Nazi
Germany, he was forced to ab-
dicate, despite his pleas of in- .
n licence, and abandoned the
throne in favor of his son.
CAROL AND MAGDA then
moved across Europe, one jump
ahead of the Nazi armies. They
went from France to Portugal to
Cuba, hoping to settle in the
United States. They finally found
refuge in Mexico, but in 1944 the
couple moved to Brazil.
There the love affair was
climaxed three years later when*
the ex-king and aging playboy
and his stoutish red-headed
mistress, then 47 and dying of
lukemia. were married in a
bedside ceremony in Carol's hotel
suite at the Hotel Copacabana in
Rio de Janeiro by a civil official.
The marriage document listed
Magda as Princess Elena, a title
Carol had conferred on her just
before the wedding.
Little was heard of the couple
again until 1953 when Carol died,
permanently exiled by the
Communist regime that ruled his
country. He lies buried in
Lisbon's St. Vincent Church, the
last resting place of former
Portuguese kings.
But even in death the 22-year
old romance was under attack
Her friends wanted to bury hei*
beside Carol, but since she was
not of royal blood, she was in-
terred in the British community
cemetery in Lisbon.
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Soviets Trying
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NEW YORK (JTA) In an
peal to Jewish communities
und the world, more than 30
viet Jewish activists expressed
r that Soviet authorities are
ing to turn Soviet Jewish emi-
ition activists into "Jews of
ence," it was reported by the
tional Conference on Soviet
wry INCSJ).
n a related development, it
is reported that Prof. Benjamin
vich, a world authority in the
Id of physio-chemical hydro-
amics, who has been seeking
thout success to emigrate to
el since 1972, has come under
avy attack in what he termed
official Soviet effort to defame
THE ATTACK on Levich
ieared to bear out the
xieties expressed in the appeal
the Jewish activists.
For a number of years," the
*al stated, "the Soviet
horities have been trying to
late the Jewish emigration
vement in the USSR from the
t of world Jewry and in the
ig range to liquidate it com-
itely. For this reason, criminal
arges have been opened on
se accusations against the
11-known Jewish activist and
hter for the repatriation of the
ws. Anatoly Sharansky.
According to the authorities'
n, the accusation of Sharan-
y should have also put to an
our contacts with foreign
urists, correspondents,
litical, scientific, religious and
Itural leaders of the West who
e showing an interest in the
oblem of Jewish emigration."
The appeal also stated that
zens of Jewish refusniks are
esently being called to
oscow's Lefortovo prision,
here Sharansky is being held,
r questioning. "They are
ighusned and threatened with
iminal charges for signing
ters and petitions," the appeal
ated.
AMONG THOSE signing the
Kument, the NCSJ reported,
W Ida Nudel, Vladimir Slepak,
ln* Beilina, Zakhar Tesker,
Victor Elistratov and Yevgeny
Yakir.
In releasing the appeal, the
NCSJ also announced that an Ad
Hoc Commission on Justice for
Sharansky will meet in Wash-
ington Sept. 20. Sen. Frank
Church (D., Idaho) has agreed to
serve as one of the com-
missioners, while co-counsels will
be Prof. Alan Dershowitz of
Harvard University and Jack
Greenberg of the NAACP Legal
Defense Fund, according to the
NCSJ.
Levich told a press conference
at his home in Moscow that he
feared a Soviet campaign to
defame him and disclosed that he
had received threatening phone
calls warning him not to speak to
Western journalists.
Levich told reporters that a
personal attack on him had been
launched in the current issue of
Literary Gazette, the official
weekly publication of the Soviet
Writers' Union.
HE SAID an anonymous caller
warned him that if he replied to
the attack, there will be other
denunciations and that his moral
character would be called into
question. Levich said he was
ignoring the warning and was
sending an open letter to the
weekly replying to the attack.
The scientist said that the
attack in the Gazette was ap-
parently prompted because other
Soviet and Western scientists are
Coming to his defense. Levich
noted that the magazine, in the
same article, attacked the inter-
national scientific conference at
Oxford University last month
honoring him on his 60th birth-
day. Soviet authorities refused to
let him attend. At that time,
Levich stated that he feared for
his future.
The article, which Levich
described as "an ominous sign
and as "slander and blackmail,
claimed that the Oxford con-
ference, which was attended by
150 scientists including 19 Nobel
Prize laureates, was an
organized anti-Soviet action and
a "pro-Israel-smelling plot.
Reader Scores Article by Ball
EDITOR, The Jewish Fbridian:
Last year, many Jews ex-
pressed serious misgivings about
Candidate Carter because of
indications that he might name
former undersecretary George
Ball as his Secretary of State.
Ball was seen as pro-Arab
because of his approval of the
Rogers Plan which made the
Palestinian terrorists the central
issue in any negotiations.
On the other hand, we are con-
cerned that the PLO means
exactly what it says about
securing a foothold in the West
Bank and Gaza by any means,
and through any agreement, but
never abandoning its ultimate
aim of destroying Israel, and
threatening the very safety of its
citizenry from bases in those
sectors.
IT NOW seems that Ball, in a
widely-published article, recog-
nizes that the central issue is the
security of Israel and the safety
of its people. Ancillary thereto is
his implied recognition of the un-
reliability of any agreement with
the PLO in his new suggestions
that any withdrawal must be
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accompanied by the installation
of impartial security forces in all
territory Israel abandons.
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and Jewish apprehensions as
paranoia. It may be that Arab
governments are prepared to
recede a bit from the "3-No"
declaration of Khartoum and the
slap at Hussein at Rabat, but
there is no indication Arafat has
anv such modifications in mind.
Considering his constituency,
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not make a basis change in PLO
policy. If Ball wants to term such
attitude by Israel as paranoia, so
be it, but at least he has come
around to recognizing it.
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be inferred from his televised dis-
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a trial balloon for Carter, it
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American thinking, recognizing
at last the centrality of real
threat to Israeli tranquility posed
by the PLO.
Apparently the lesson of
Lebanon has begun to sink in,
and the spectre of what could
happen in Tel Aviv from bases in
Judea. Samaria and Gaza appalls
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Friday, September i
NES AMMIM, Western Gali-
lee (JTA) The only moshav
in Israel which will not accept
Jews as members is Nes Ammim.
a cooper; live settlement half-way
between Acre and Nahariya.
Paradoxically, it was the fear of
Jewish reaction that made thif
village closed to Jews.
When Nes Ammim was
launched as a Christian village in
Israel in the fall of 1962, Prime
Minister Levi Eshkol came under
attack by the religious parties
"for giving aid to the establish-
ment of a missionary village."
Jewish sensitivity to missionary
activities caused a public storm,
at the end of which the Christian
settlers committed themselves
in writing not to ask for Israeli
citizenship and not to accept
Jews as members. Nes Ammim
was to remain a purely Christian
village, so that no suspicion will
rise as to its motives.
INDEED, the motives of Nes
Ammim are the exact opposite of
the so-called missionary ac-
tivities. Nes Ammim was estab-
lished, in the words of its
founders, "to promote greater
Christian-Jewish understanding
and cooperation through a
continuing interfaith dialogue."
The original settlers, most of
them Dutch, devoted themselves
to living together with the Jewish
people in their own land and
promoting a dialogue between
jews and Christians in the State
of Israel "based on mutual
respect for each other's identity."
Today, 15 years after the vil-
lage was officially founded, it is a
prosperous settlement, hardly
different from the many kibbut-
zim and moshavim surrounding
it.
SOME 120 members, the
majority of them still Dutch,
with a representation of Swiss,
Germans, English and Ameri-
cans, earn their livelihood by ex-
porting avocados and flowers.
During the winter months, Nes
Ammim exports roses to Hol-
land, and business is booming.
The idea that was once but an
abstract dream of a group of
Dutchmen, is today a very vivid
reality. And if anybody has any
doubts about the materialization
of Zionism, it is in this Christian
village that those doubts
disappear
Because, just as Zionism, Nes
Ammim is the materialization of
a dream. Its existence in the
heart of Jewish land is a Chris-
tian recognition in the historical
justice of the Jews returning to
their ancient homeland.
"You don't have to tell me that
it's one thing to believe in an
idea, and it's something else to
materialize it," says Christine
Pilon, originally of Harlem,
Holland, the veteran settler. "I
know this of my personal ex-
perience." The personal story of
the Pilons is an integral part of
the history of Nes Ammim. -
IN THE years 1956 to 1960,
the Synod of the Dutch Reformed
Church, issued a booklet urging a
"theological rethinking" of
Jewish-Christian relations, in the
wake of the extermination of six
million Jews and the establish-
ment of the State of Israel. The
booklet said that "missions to
the Jews should be replaced by a
dialogue."
Following the publication of
the booklet, a series of dis-
cussions were held by a group of
Dutch workers at the Scottish
Hospital in Tiberias. The result
was a conference in Holland in
1960 in which the idea of a Chris-
tian settlement in Israel was
proposed. Its purpose would be
to demonstrate solidarity with
Israel by active participation in
the up-building of the new Jewish
State.
By the end of 1964, following a
bitter struggle to convince the
Jewish public that there were no
intentions for missionary
proselytiam, the first settlers
made their home in Nes Ammim.
ONE OF the first families to
settle was that of Christine and
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arrived in Israel in 1960. Johan
Puon, a physician, was invited to
work in the Scottish Hospital in
Tiberias. He planned to stay two
years but he stayed for six
years and both he and his wife
developed during that period a
greater involvement with Israel.
The idea of responsibility
toward the Jewish people had
been with them ever since the
Holocaust, but the decision to
translate this responsibility into
a decisive change in their lives
developed in those six years.
The Pilons, like other future
founders of Nes Ammim, some-
how could not live with the idea
that Jews were massacred
systematically very close to their
doorstep. "We knew that what
had happened in Germany was
not just the work of one maniac
or even of one country. It was the
extreme expression of anti-
Semitism that lies within Chris-
tianity itself," say 8 Christine.
SHE SITS at the coffee table
inside the spacious house. The
only thing that makes this house
different from similar Israeli farm
houses is the large fireplace, a
reminder from home. Just by the
fireplace are pictures of Johan
and the family Johan died two
years ago, suffering from a lung
disease. "I don't have a guilt
complex," says Christine, "but I
have a responsibility. I am also
one of the family of Christianity.
As a father, if your son has
stolen, you are not guilty but
you are responsible."
If the Pilons needed any
further evidence that their future
lay in Israel, it was a seemingly
marginal experience Pilon had in
the Tiberias hospital. Practicing
gynecology, he once took the case
history of a middle-aged woman
who was about to give birth.
"This is my fourth delivery, but
my first child," she told the
Dutch doctor. And then she
added: "Hitler took the other
three."
"I remember my husband
telling me: you sit there with a
woman and you wonder what has
she done that they took her chil-
dren. Suddenly the absolute ab-
surdity of life became clear, and
we became more convinced that
anti-Semitism was built within
our thinking."
THE PILONS went back to
Holland and helped to organize
Nes Ammim. They came back in
1966 with their five children.
There wasn't much to come for,
except 275 acres of land and a
room that was hardly enough for
the family. "It wasn't the materi-
al difficulties that bothered me,"
says Christine, "but the un-
certainty." The two older chil-
dren, Peter, now 28, and Ellert,
26, went back to Holland to
study. The others were enrolled
in regular local schools.
The difficulties in the village
continued. Two converted Jews
wanted to join the village. There
was a discussion, and Pilon said
no go. Hia argument was that
this can be interpreted as the
result of a missionary activity
"Next thing, the Jews 3i
suspect us of converting Jew,
outside and then admitting them
to the village. This will stop the
dialogue with the Jews," he said
FOR THIS reason, the settler,
did not ask for an Israeli citizen
ship, although, says Christine
"today this is my home. I don't
feel homesick for Holland."
The children want to stay
Peter is the only one who now
lives in South Africa. Ellen, and
Biene, 23, have decided to stay
Richard, 22, is in Holland tobei
veterinarian and wants to
practice in Israel. The youngest
one, Christina, who calls herself
Michal, is completing her studies
at the Geeher Haziv regional
secondary school and is con-
sidering serving in the army.
Christine Pilon is so deeply
convinced in her mission that she
is unwilling to see the shadows of
the Jewish society in Israel.
"What I see is a new country.
Maybe there is a bit of a bologan
(Hebrew slang for total disorder!,
but this is a humane state"
BY NOW Nes Ammim is a
well-esatbushed fact in the Wes-
tern Galilee and relations with
the neighboring Jewish villages
are excellent. There are plans to
build a youth hostel in the
village.
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/te^ri/i Scores 4ssad For
Refusing 'Proximity9 Talks
willingness to make peace with
Israel unfounded.
TEL AVIV (JTA) -
time Minister Menachem
egin declared that the
bjection by Syrian
(resident Hafez Assad of
he idea of "proximity"
ilks in New York between
Iraeli. Arab and American
Ireign ministers belies the
Irabs' reported willingness
sign peace treaties with
bad.
The idea was proposed in
llexandria, Egypt recently
i Secretary of State Cyrus
ance by Egyptian Presi-
pnt Anwar Sadat but was
ter withdrawn by Sadat
hen Assad flatly rejected
BEGIN, speaking at a meeting
Ire of the Italian branch of
brut Hatzoar, the world
eanization of the Herut
[Svement, added that Assad's
sition made all declarations
Arab leaders of their
Assad told reporters in
Damascus recently, "There
will be no direct or indirect
meetings between Arab foreign
ministers and Israeli officials. To
be more specific, there will not be
any such contacts between the
Syrian foreign minister and
Israeli officials."
Begin reiterated that Vance
had told him, in their meetings
during Vance's two-day stay in
Israel, that it was up to the
parties to the Geneva conference,
of which Israel is one, to decide
whether the Palestinian
Liberation Organization should
participate in a renewed Geneva
conference.
BEGIN INSISTED that
Vance had not demanded that
Israel should agree to PLO
participation and that if Vance
had made such a request, "we
would have replied with a firm,
no."
Begin also assailed Arab
unwillingness to meet with the
Israelis.
to all our many friends..
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No New Helsinki for Soviets |
By HENRI SCHOUP
The Russians and their Last
European friends are finding out
what price they may have to pay
for what they obtained two years
ago at the Helsinki conference on
European security and
cooperation. And the West is
discovering that making them
pay it will be a delicate operation
which may take years.
That price is human rights and
it is now at the center of
discussions in Belgrade, where
more than 160 diplomats from
the 35 countries that signed the
Helsinki Final Act are
negotiating the shape and the
agenda of the follow-up con-
ference, scheduled for this
autumn, to check on the im-
plementation of that 95-page
document.
AT THE TIME when Leonid
Brezhnev was pressing for a Pan-
European conference, with
American participation, the West
felt only lukewarm about it. The
advantages the Russians could
expect were obvious, while it was
less clear what the West could
obtain. By promising not to
change Europe's frontiers by
force or the threat of force, the
two blocks, in a sense, filled the
gap left open since 1945 by the
absence of a German peace
treaty.
Helsinki's "basket" No. 1
made Soviet gains in Eastern
Europe and the existence of an
Iron Curtain dividing East from
West into accepted facts. The
second chapter of the Helsinki
declaration providing for more
technological and commerical
exchanges, also went Moscow's
way. But the third "basket,"
which covers free movement of
persons and information, only
received the Soviet signature
because of the obvious gains in
the former two.
AND THE world knows that
the Helsinki text has made no
perceptible difference in the
official treatment of internal
dissent behind the Curtain. Yet,
the Western powers, at their
Belgrade meeting, are deter-
mined to give all three baskets at
least equal weight when it comes
to assessing what has resulted
from their high-minded
statements in Helsinki.
From the start, they have
resisted Soviet attempts at
relegating the third basket to a
subsidiary place and diplomats in
Tito's capital have assured me
that they will go "as far as
possible in pressing the Russians
for a full account."
CONFRONTED WITH this
determination, Moscow has
worked out a procedural counter-
move. It has made it clear that it
wants the follow-up conference to
be "constructive" and "con-
sultative." The conference can
only be constructive, the Soviets
say, if each country states what it
has done to fulfill its Helsinki
promises without criticizing what
has been done by any other
country. And by "consultative"
the Soviets mean that the follow-
up conference should not try to
make any decisions. This is
totally unacceptable for the
West.
The nine members of the
European Community, supported
by their allies in NATO, consider
that this interpretation of the
that issue. After its initial en-
thusiasm for a thorough human
rights drive, the Carter ad-
ministration has stepped back to
work out a coherent policy
because some nuances in
denouncing violations were
sorely needed.
ADDITIONALLY. West
Germany and France have
cautioned Washington that too
vociferous a support of dissidents
in the Soviet world would mean
REPORT FROM BELGRADE
work to be done at the tollow-up
conference would make it toally
meaningless.
AS ONE delegation member
put it to me, the 35 signatories, if
they followed the Soviet formula,
might just as well stay at home
and send official reports to each
other which could then be buried
in some office drawer. He pointed
out that the Helsinki Final Act,
providing for a follow-up con-
ference, speaks of a thorough
review of what has been ac-
complished.
Nevertheless, it is evident that
neither Washington nor any of
the other NATO capitals are
thinking of risking a deadlock on
such humiliation to Moscow as
no sovereign government, guilty
or not guilty, could publicly
tolerate. This has caused U.S.
policy to move back some of the
way towards Kissinger's careful
approach.
The Helsinki Final Act was
designed to promote detente,
after all, not to destroy all
prospects of it. Western
diplomats, therefore, face a
particularly delicate operation.
Putting the Soviets under
pressure, as one of them
described it, without risking an
explosion, and yet leaning hard
enough to convince them that we
mean business.
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oloiiiaIisni Passes in Panama
, 1903. the United States
ovemment made a Jeal with a
^,up of seceding Colombians in
|e area of the Panamanian isth-
lus. Immediate American
Icognition of and protection for
he newborn nation of Panama
(ere exchanged for the American
uht to build, own and operate
soon-to-bedug Panama
anal.
Jin 1970, the United States
lovemment reaffirmed that deal
L sending one Capt. James A.
lauser to open and operate a
\G (Judge Advocate General)
fice on the Atlantic side of the
nal Zone.
I HAUSER'S ORDERS were
bo an exchange agreement.
>esh out of the University of
lorida Law School, Hauser
fcplied for a direct commission
istead of being drafted.
[lthough he had not gone the
OTC route, he had taken th
jandatory basic training while a
Iho's Who Gainesville un-
irgraduate.
[With original orders for
jeavenworth, Kan., with sub-
fcquent transfer for Vietnam,
lauser accepted an offer he could
ht refuse and headed due South
Irthe Canal Zone.
While the Pacific side twin
ties of Panama City and Balboa
presented "civilization," the
Jtlantic side was more primitive.
olon's 70,000 population,
lauser recalls, were said to
pleep in shifts" for all the
owded conditions.
I LIVING CONDITIONS for
nericans in the Canal Zone
ere vastly different. In fact,
lily life for "Zonians" or
tonies" were "comfortable and
|>y," Hauser remembers of his
ree-year sojourn south of the
brder There were large quarters
post so that one could walk to
bd from work. Domestic help
a- only S30 a month, household
Ipairs were made free of charge,
Id the PX and commissaries
ovided American goods and
at better than Panamanian
ices.
[But. Hauser says, and it was a
but, "professionally I didn't
I was making progress.
|>mpared to my contemporaries,
was stagnating."
I For a Zonian content with a
fther-to-son job for the Panama
^nal Company, happy with a
ktter pay scale and compensated
location with a generous
Ication schedule (four months
lid vacation every two years
Ith transportation to one's
fmetown). the Canal Zone was
1 ideal place to liveor exist.
py Mauser's description, the
aniU Zone is a large company
im providing a big brother
Jncept environment. The big
Other is, surprisingly, the
nited States Government.
EVERY AMERICAN who
and works in the Zone is
per employed or related to one
no is employed by the gover-
wnt's Panama Canal Company
is in the military, defense or
mmunications forces.
I'The Canal Zone is a truly
cialistic entity. There's no
frvate ownership. The gover-
nent owns everything. It's the
1st socialistic state. Even the
vernor is appointed and not
cted."
| While that may provide
ifort for some, Hauser, now a
bniber of the law firm of
orace, Hall and Hauser, found
satisfactory only for those with
i initiative."
THE ABSENCE of the grey
inel American dream and
r ethic were not the only alien
With Carter's Canal Contract
aspects of quasi-American life in
the Canal Zone. American in-
stallations afforded a first-hand
view of how the rest of the
Americas lives, wars and dies.
The U.S. Army School of the
Americas (USARSA) provided
training for command and
general staff of South and
Central American fighting forces.
The 8th Special Forces (Green
Berets) based in Panama were
sent on assignments to guerilla
train South and Central
American specialists in their own
countries.
JOTC (Jungle Operations
Training Center) attracted
American military men for an
intensive two week survival
program. Although the JOTC
installation was already situated
in Panama, there was an
"upgrade" during the Vietnam
years.
HAUSER RETELLS how the
Special Forces, stationed at Ft.
Gulick, boasted of a
headquarters' trophy case which
housed a pen and beret said to be
taken from the body of Ernesto
Che Guevera. The Americans
were proud, recalls Hauser,
because they trained the Bolivian
troops credited with killing Che.
Hauser's Judge Advocate
General Corps duties were
NORMA A. OROVITZ
removed from the Special Forces
guerilla tactics, although that
presence permeated Panamanian
life. For better than three years,
Hauser reported directly to the
Atlantic area commander, a
colonel in charge of the four posts
on the Zone's Atlantic side.
As legal advisor to the com-
mander, Hauser made "deter-
minations on whether an enlisted
man should be referred to court
martial." For the two units not
under the colonel's command
(Special Forces and the 4th
Batallion, 10th Infantry), Hauser
offered defense counsel in court
martial cases.
ADDITIONALLY, with a
meager staff, Hauser was
"storefront lawyer" to 6,000
military troops and 6,000
dependents and civilians. As the
Air Force and Navy maintained
no JAG corps on the Atlantic
side, Hauser provided legal
assistance for all military per-
sonnel.
It was not unusual to handle
wills, estate-planning, debts or to
play claim officer when a military
jeep killed a farmer's cow.
The military stance taken by
Panamanian Brig. Gen. Omar
Torrijos Herrera was disquieting,
remembers Hauser. Whenever
there was unrest and rioting in
Panama, "Torrijos would direct
that unrest toward the United
States."
HAUSER RECALLS spen-
ding his first leave from Zone
duties watching televised
Panamanian anti-American riots
while visiting here in Miami.
-
James A. Hauser
. JAG Corps Captain
Jim Hauser
. Attorney-at-law
Rumors were rife that when the
United States offered to build low
cost housing to replace slums
which abutted the relative
opulence of the Canal Zone,
Torrijos refused. Could it be,
wondered Hauser, that Panama
wanted to "display the
disparity" between the way
Zonians and Panamanians lived?
In spite of the arguments
against ceding the Canal to
Panama, Hauser is aware of an
isolationist, updated in-
ternational code. "Regardless of
1903 morality, new morality
doesn't allow a foreign presence
in another country." Com-
menting on a "throw-back to
white superiority and American
supremacy," Hauser concedes,
however, that the "risk of in-
surgency and clandestine con-
spiracies" may very well increase
with Panamanian control of the
canal.
Notwithstanding the arguable
treaty, Hauser surmises that
"personally, I can fully ap-
preciate the concern of American
military and civilian Zonians for
when jurisdiction goes to
Panama. Americans are not used
to the uneasy presence of a
military dictatorship."
JUST AS Hauser's thoughts
are ambivalent, so goes a nation
less intimately familiar with that
tum of the century deal which
left us "deeded with the area in a
standard contract agreement."
With the new Carter contract,
only 46 percent of the American
public according to a Gallup poll,
will be pleased with the passing
of Canal control to Panama.
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Torah Service Medallion For
Pioneer Samuel Reinhard
to
By NORMA A. OROVITZ
When Samuel Reinhard retired
Miami Beach in 1934 for a
diagnosed heart condition, it was
suggested that the best
prescription for longevity would
be to get involved in local efforts
for Jewish education.
Dean Rabbi Alexander Gross
of the Greater Miami Hebrew
Academy smiles knowingly.
Samuel Reinhard trekked
down to Miami vyith a com-
fortable reputation in tow. Long
active in the Young Israel
movement, this native Austrian
went on to establish himself as a
pioneer founding father of the
Hebrew academy.
ON SUNDAY. at the
Academy's annual installation
dinner, Reinhard will be the first
recipient of the Torah Service
Medallion to be presented by
Reinhard's five sons, Leo,
Seymour, Harold. Henry and
Norman. In subsequent years,
other outstanding citizens who
contribute to Torah-true
education in Dade will be honored
with the Reinhard award.
Like many immigrants who
came through the cavernous halls
of Ellis Island at the turn of the
century, Reinhard recounts years
of child labor and little formal
study.
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Reinhard's parents, role
models for East Side Jewry,
provided their son with a
traditional Sholom Aleichem
dream. His father was a
"scholar" while his mother
supported the family by
operating a small restaurant.
AS A YOUNGSTER. Rein-
hard began his men's clothing
career at $2 a week "chopping
holes in men's suspenders."
From that humble, and now
humorously remembered,
beginning, the 87-year-old
Reinhard recalls proud moments
of a richly lived Jewish life.
Most of the remembrances
naturally revolve around the
Hebrew Academy. From that
first founding meeting at the
Tides Hotel which collected
$20,000 seed money from just ten
men, to arranging for Jerry Lewis
to pinch-hit in an ambulance
drive fur Magen David Adom and
to daily spending 3 to 4 hours as
the Academy's monetary
"watchman," Reinhard has
become an integral part of
Hebrew Academy history.
Rabbi Gross remarks on the
unique contribution, in addition
to financial, that Reinhard has
provided the Academy. With 14
grandchildren and 15 great-
grandchildren, Reinhard has
afforded the Academy his per-
sonal fourth generation progeny.
At present, grandchildren Dr.
David and Michael Reinhard
have enrolled three frreat-
boys in blue to be taken home
and fed at the Reinhard table.
SAMUEL REINHARD was
always "pushing," says Rabbi
Gross, "to secure the financial
base for the Academy." Yeshiva
University, North Miami Beach
Young Israel. Beth Israel
Synagogue and the Jewish Home
for the Aged are all testaments to
Reinhard's "pushing."
Samuel Reinhard physically
fed hungry young nun like
Airman Donald K;iss :("> \.
ago. Today, he is spiritual lj
feeding young minds with his
continued and devoted work at
the Hebrew Academy.
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grandchildren at the day school.
RABBI GROSS is not alone in
admiring remembrances of all
Reinhard's activities. Dr. Donald
Kass, a Miami Beach en-
docrinologist, recalls how, in
1942, he first met Samuel
Reinhard.
Stationed on Miami Beach,
while in the Air Force, Kass
frequented the Beth Jacob
Synagogue on 3rd Street and
Washington Avenue. As the
government did not provide
kosher meals, Reinhard would
come to shul in search of soldiers
with "a lean and hungry look."
Kass was one of many Jewish
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'Adult Education Beginning at Beth Am
This fall, Temple Beth Am.
Miami, is offering ten courses to
the community, ranging in the
textual area from graduate level
seminars to basic Judaism, and
from vocational counseling to
Jewish sexuality in the area of
family relations.
On four Monday evenings,
beginning Sept. 19, Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard will teach
"The Torah: Key to Judaism." e
detailed study of the Torah with
special attention to myth and
history, moral codes and
changing emphases, early and
later strata.
TUESDAY mornings a
seminar in "'Bible and Com-
mentaries'" will be conducted by
Rabbi Mitchell Chefitz. begin-
ning Sept. 20.
Tuesday and Thursday af-
ternoons an intensive Hebrew
course will be taught by Sarah
Cohen, three hours each day.
beginning Oct. 11. High School
foreign language credit is
available.
Tuesday evenings, beginning
Sept. 27, Rabbi Chefitz will
repeat his course. "An
Introduction to Practical
Mysticism." and four weeks later
will offer a sequel. A Bridge to
the Kabbalah."
ALSO PLANNED for
Tuesday evening is a seminar for
women on "Vocational Coun-
seling." conducted by Marjorie
Willensky. beginning Oct. 18.
Wednesday evenings. Joan
Levy will teach a four-week
workshop on "Sexuality in the
Jewish Home." Mrs. Levy has
taught human sexuality at the
University of Miami Medical
School and Barry College. This
workshop, for both men and
women, begins Oct. 26.
On Thursday evening, Sept.
29, Mickey Hochberg will begin
the eight-week "Parent Effec-
tiveness Training" course, the
accredited P.E.T. course of Dr.
Thomas Gordon.
Also on Thursday evenings,
beginning Oct. 27, Lenore Kipper
will repeat "Hebrew from
Scratch," teaching non readers
enough in four weeks to master
the blessings and follow the
Hebrew liturgy in the synagogue.
Friday evenings, year round
both Rabbis Baumgard and
Chefitz will teach a course in
"Basic Judaism."
JWV Ladies Auxiliary Board Meets
Edith Novins, president of the
Ladies Auxiliary of the Jewish
War Veterans, South Dade 778,
has announced that the monthly
board meeting was to be held at
the home of Senior Vice President
Lillian Brown, on Thursday
evening, Sept. 15, at 8 p.m.
Plans will be completed for the
dinner-dance to be given at the
Non-Commissioned Officers Club
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reservations must be made in
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On Tuesday, Sept. 20, the
Auxiliary will serve refreshments
at the Base Chapel when Rabbi
Solomon Waldenberg, newly
appointed chaplain, will be
holding services centered on the
holiday of Succot.
Brandeis Hadassah
Plans Luncheon Meet
The Louis D. Brandeis Group
of Hadassah will hold a luncheon
and meeting Monday, Sept. 19,
at the Fountainebleau Hotel,
Gigi Room, at 12 noon. Mrs.
Harry Rosen will preside.
John Michael Garner (center), president of the First State Bank
of Miami, presents a check for $100,000 for the purchase of
State of Israel Bonds by the bank to Gary R. Gerson (right),
general campaign chairman of the Greater Miami Israel Bond
Organization. At left is Peter Goldring, South Florida builder,
civic leader and active member of the Israel Bonds Banking and
Fiduciary Committee, who was instrumental in arranging the
bank's purchase.
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Miami Delegates Return
From CJF-WF Meeting
More than 250 leaders of
wish Federation" in North
merica. including a large
,legation from Greater Miami,
tended the Council of Jewish
'.derations and Welfare Funds
ve-day board and committee
ieetings last week in New York.
Led by Greater Miami Jewish
ederation President Morton
Uberman. the Miami group
K|uded Mr. and Mrs Herbert
uchwald; Ignacio Goldemberg,
hairman of Federation's Young
dults Division; Federation
rreasurer Goldie Goldstein;
ederation Vice President Harry
Levy, and Mrs. Levy; Garson
rfayer; Jeffrey Newman,
ampaign chairman of the Young
dults Division; Joyce Sumberg,
hairman of the Central Com-
aission on the Elderly, and
"ederation Board members Fran
evey and Robert Traurig.
THE SESSIONS covered
reas of concern to North
merican Jewry, including
lanning for the 1978 Jewish
ederation-United Jewish
Appeal campaigns; develop-
ments in Israel; Federation
assistance to the flood-stricken
Johnstown, Ohio Jewish com-
munity; Soviet-Jewish reset-
tlement; services to the aging;
the projected national study of
Jewish education and culture;
overseas services and public
social policy.
Federation representatives
were given a current develop-
ments report on Israel by Yehuda
Avner, advisor on World Jewish
Affairs to Israeli Prime Minister
Menachem Begin.
Program plans for the forth-
coming CJF 46th General
Assembly, to be held Nov. 9-13 in
Dallas, Tex., were also finalized.
INDIVIDUAL meetings of
CJF Committees focused on
developing a study of Federation
personnel needs for the balance of
this century; concepts and
models in outreach by
Federations to serve smaller
satellite communities; and the
basic review now underway to
plan the future priorities for CJF.
Leonard & Carol wish you La Shana Tova
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Luncheon Planned
The Albert Einstein Group of
Hadassah will hold a dessert lun-
cheon on Tuesday, Sept. 20, at
noon at the Washington Federal
Savings and Loan, 633 NE 167th
St., North Miami Beach.
Jean Natt and Evelyn Gross-
man are in charge of reservations.
K. of P. Auxiliary Sets Monday Meeting
The Ladies Auxiliary, George
Gershwin Lodge 196, Knights of
Pythias, wfll hold a general
meeting on Monday, Sept. 19, at
8 p.m. at the Surfside Com-
munity Center.
Mrs. Joseph Seglin and Mrs.
Abraham Fingerman will preside.
The group is planning an
evening at Place Pigalle on Oct.
9. Mrs. Harry Eilen and Mrs.
Joseph Seglin are in charge of
reservations.
A business meeting for the
George Gershwin Lodge mem-
bers is also planned for Sept. 19.
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JROSH HASHANAH RAM S HORN
JYOMKIPPUR TISHRI
PENITENCE ATONEMENT
LSHANATOVA SHOPAR
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{HAPPY NEW YEAR TERUA
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The
Rabbinical Association
Of Greater Miami
The Association of Orthodox.
Conservative, and Reform Rabbis extends
wishes for a Shanah Tova to the
entire commnnity.
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:_a; a -:. ;-:;-a- assocation with the
G'ea-te- M a.- je* s^ Feoeration. in
hotprtas z- sons, homes for the aged.
-e-*a a-ccr-e' -sttutic^s.
MEMBERS OF THE ASSOCIATION ARE:
RabOi Mayer ADramowitz RaoOi
Raooi S4mon April Rabbi
Rabbi Herbert M. Baumaarrj Rabbi
Rabbi Paul J. Bender Raooi
Rabbi David Berent Rabbi
Rabbi Maxweii Berger Rabbi
Rabbi Allen Bezner Raooi
Rabbi Lewis E. Bogace Rabbi
Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan Rabbi
Rabbi Mitchell Chefitz Rabbi
Rabbi Julian I. Cook Ratbi
Rabbi Fred V. Davidow Rabbi
Rabbi Avrom L. Drazin Rabbi
Rabbi Emanuei Eisenberg Rabbi
Rabbi Michael B. Eisenstat Rabbi
Rabbi Edwin Farber Rabbi
Rabbi Daniel J. Fingerer Rabbi
Rabbi Robert Frazin Rabbi
Rabbi Simcha Freedman Rabbi
Rabbi Seymour Friedman Rabbi
Rabbi Brett S. Goldstein Rabbi
Rabbi Joe) Goor Rabbi
Rabbi Joseph A. Gorfinkel Rabbi
Rabbi Emanuel Green Rabbi
Rabbi Alexander S. Gross Rabbi
Rabbi Sheldon J. Harr Rabbi
Rabbi Samuel Z. Jaffe Rabbi
Rabbi Harry Jolt Rabbi
Rabbi Paul M. Katz Rabbi
Rabbi Ralph P. Kingsley Rabbi
Rabbi Morris A. Kipper Rabbi
Rabbi Carl Klein Rabbi
Rabbi Maurice Klein Rabbi
Rabbi Leon Kronish Rabbi
Rabbi Eugene Labovitz Rabbi
Rabbi Phillip A. Labowitz Rabbi
Rabbi Sol Landau Rabbi
Rabbi Louis M. Lederman Rabbi
Irving Lehrman
EliezerLevi
Max A. Lipschitz
Morton Malavsky
Albert Mayerfeld
Meir Masliah Meiamec"
Allan Mirvis
Norman Mussman
Sadi Nahmias
Joseph R. Narot
Jacob I. Nislick
Abraham O.H. Okamoto
David Raab
Joseph E. Rackovsky
Harold Richter
Stanley A. Ringler
Marvin Rose
David Rosenfekj
Charles M. Rubel
Emanuel Schenk
Solomon Sch iff
Milton Schlinsky
Dezco M. Schonberger
Robert A. Seigel
David Shapiro
Norman Shapiro
Bernard A. Silver
Bernard P. Shoter
Morris A. Skop
TiborH. Stern
Shmaryahu T. Swirsky
Barry Tabachnikoff
Solomon H. Waldenberg
Alfred Wax man
Elliot J.Winograd
Jonathan S. Woll
Leonard S. Zoll
Nathan Zwitman


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former Refusnik to Speak
[At Hadassah Bond Lunch
nr Roman Kaplan, a Russian
lewish scholar and linquist who
nigrated to Israel five years
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DR. ROMAN KAPLAN
a, will appear at a Hadassah
nd-with-Israel Sponsor Pre-
e luncheon, Thursday, Sept.
, at noon, in the Cotillion Room
the Eden Roc Hotel, Miami
leach.
The luncheon will be held in
Reparation for the annual
ladassah Bond-with-Israel
incheon to take place in
ctober. The event will be the
Ipcasion where this year's
ladassah Israel Bonds Woman
! Valor honoree will be officially
[inounced.
J MRS. YAFFA Dermer, a past
Iducation chairman for the
liami Beach Chapter of
ladassah and active in
lmerous charitable
Jganizations, has been named
pairman of the Bond-with-Israel
Incheon for the second con-
cutive year, as well as of the
t-Vue luncheon.
I Named to serve as hostesses
le Bess Baruch. Sue Berkowitz,
pse Cohen. Yaffa Dermer, Jean
pinberg. Henrietta London,
kura LaTuchie, Gus Mentz,
liriam Sirkin and Louella
bapiro.
Presiding at the Pre-Vue
ncheon will be Louella Shapiro.
(tional board member of
adassah, who has been named
pairman of the Bond-with-
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Israel luncheon. Other par-
ticipants will include Flo Abrams
and Laura LaTuchie.
BORN IN Leningrad in 1937,
Dr. Kaplan teaches English at
the University of the Negev (Ben-
Gurion University) in Beersheba.
Prior to leaving the USSR, he
taught English and American
literature at the First Institute of
Foreign Languages in Moscow
after earning a post-graduate
degree there.
In 1960, Prof. Kaplan was
exiled to a prison camp near
Vladivostok where he was in-
terned for two and a half years for
having circulated "anti-State"
underground poetry and prose.
He was graduated from the
Leningrad University in 1959 and
from the Art Reviewers'
Department of the Academy of
Arts in 1960. He has taught
English and done research at the
Hermitage Museum. He left the
Soviet Union to settle in Israel in
1972.
A scholar and author of critical
essays and two novels, Prof.
Kaplan is an example of a
Russian Jew who succeeded in
his struggle to reach Israel and
who is now making contributions
to the cultural and social
progress of Israel.
Rachel Abramowitz, teacher
and authority on Soviet Jewry,
will speak at the opening meeting
of Renanah group of the Miami
Beach Hadassah on Monday,
Sept. 19, noon, at a brunch in the
home of Mrs. Morris Bicky, Sur-
Renanah Hadassah
side.
Mrs. Abramowitz attended the
Brussels World Conference on
' Soviet Jewry as a delegate of the
United Synagogue of America
and participated in the Inter-
national Conference of Sovieto-
logists at Tel Aviv University in
Israel. She is presently engaged
in research on displaced persons
camps in Germany.
Mrs. Abramowitz is the wife of
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz of
Temple Menorah.

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flays of Awe'Conclude With YomKippwr
Shuvah. the Sabbath
of Repentance, will precede Kol
Nidre and Yam Kippur services
as Miami Jewry gathers in
synagogues and temples far the
conclusion of the ten days of
repentance Yam Kippar 5~38
wul be observed beginning at
sundown on Wednesday with all
day schedules on Thursday
With an overall Yom Kippur
theme of Priorities." Dr Leon
Kronish and Rabbi Harry Jolt
will officiate at Temple Beth
Shotoa services At 6 15 and
8 45 pjn the sermon topic will
be Is God Your Top Priority?
At 9:15 a.m. on Thursday. Dr
Kronish wiD chscuss Is Your
Family a Top Pikait>?" At 3:30
pjn.. What Are Your Other
Prwrxjes* will be diacuaaed.
Teapee Iarad of Greater
Miami w_ gather for Yom
ruppur services at the Miam:
Beach Convention Center at i
p -.- Wadasaiag D> loaapt
R Narot wfll discuss Is Life
Fan* At 10 am. the following
morrang. E>r Narot will preach
on "Thoughts From an Open
Diary For the afternoon
schedule which includes
mersorial prayers Rabb: Brett
Goldstein will speak to the topic
"The Gates Close Upon Us
Ko! Nidre services for
Congregation Beth David will
>r^r. a: 15 on Wednesday
evening and continue at 8:30 a.m.
on Thursday. Services will
continue through T:30 p.m. with
Rabbi Sol Landau and Cantor
William Lipson officiating The
theme for all sermons will be
Challenge Response Return
Redirection and Renewal."
"Forgiving Ourselves."
"Forgiving Our Parents" wul be
the theme on Thursday at 8:30
ajn. Yizkor wul follow at 11 am.
Auxiliary services for the
^mfffiiitjiri will be held in the
Sklar Auditorium
Dr Max A Lipachitx. rabbi,
will officiate and Hazzan David
Bagiey will chant the services
accompanied by the High
Hobday Choir at Beth Torah
Congregation
The Yom Kippur Kol Nidre
sermon. Will Jews Survive?"
will be at p.m and the Yom
Kippur Day sermon Will the
Jewish Family Survive?" will be
preached at 11:30 a.m. Services
begin at 6:30 a.m.
Yizkor will be read at noon
with services continuing through
the day.
Yom Kippur services for
Temple Emaan-El will begin on
Wednesday in the Temple at 3
p.m. Kol Nidre services at the
Theater of the Performing Arts is
at 7:15 p.m. On Thursday. Yom
Kippur Morning service is set for
9 am with Yizkor Memorial
Services at 11 a.m.
Junior Congregation Service
on Yom Kippur is in the Temple
at 3 p.m. The Yom Kippur
Cantata :.-. the Theater of the
Performing Arts is at 4 p.m.
service at 1:30 p.m. and
ternoon services at 3:30 p.m.
af-
Congregation Bet Breira will
gather at the University of
Miami Gasman Concert Hall for
Yom Kippur services. The
scheduled times are 7 and 9 p.m.
Wednesday with Thursday
services beginning at 10 a~m.
Yizkor is slated for noon with
laymen's children's and con-
cluding services through the
afternoon. Rabbi Barry
Tabachnikoff is spiritual leader
for the Southwest area temple.
Kol Nidre at Temple Beth El
will be observed with two ser-
vices at 6:30 and 9 p.m. Rabbi
Samuel Jaffe wul preach at
Thursday services which begin at
10 a.m. Members' memorial
prayers will be read at 4:15 p.m.
and concluding services are
scheduled for 5:15 p.m.
Rabbi Alexander Gross and
Rabbi Solomon Schiff will of-
ficiate at Beth El Synagogue
services on the Hebrew Academy
campus. Yom Kippur services
begin at 5 a.m. on Thursday.
Dr. Norman Shapiro will
discuss Simple Solutions or
Intelligent Choices" at Kol Nidre
services at Temple Zion at 7 p.m.
Wednesday. Let My People
Live" will be discussed on
Thursday at 9 a.m. Cantor Ben
Dickson will chant the liturgy.
Rabbi Tibor H. Stern and
Rabbi Alexander S. Gross made a
joint announcement that many
indigent senior citizens and
Russian Jewish families who can
not afford to purchase tickets for
the High Holidays will be ac-
commodated free of charge either
at the Jacob C. Cohen Com-
munity Synagogue or at the
Hebrew Academy, both on
Miami Beach.
Dr. Herbert Baumgard will
officiate at services at Temple
Beth Am on Wednesday at 6:30
and 9 p.m. The Thursday adult
and family service will be at 9:30
a.m.. followed bv the children's
Beth Kodesh Congregation, led
by Rabbi Max Shapiro will ob-
serve Kol Nidre at 6:30 p.m. on
Vvednesday Thursday's schedule
starts at 8 a.m. with Rabbi
Shapiro to speak on the topic
When Thou Callest Me at 10.
The closing service sermon "The
End is Near will be discussed at
5 p.m.
Congregation Anshe Ernes will
meet with Rabbi Aaron Ben-Aron
on Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. Yom
Kippur services are scheduled for
9 a.m. with Yizkor at 11 a.m.
Aventura Jewish Center will
meet at 6:45 p.m. for Kol Nidre
services and at 6 a.m. the
following morning. Rabbi
Seymour Friedman and Cantor
Yehouda Binvamin will officiate.
Rabbi Michael Eisenstat of
Temple Judea will preach on
Wednesday at 8 p.m. on The,
Witching Hour: Judgment '
Day." Thursday, at 10 a.m. at j
the Yom Kippur Service his
sermon will be Revival! Israel's
and Ours." The Youth Service is
set for 10 a.m. and the Children's I
Service. 2:30 p.m. Afternoon and
Memorial Services begin at 4:30
p.m.
Kol Nidre services at Temple I
Menorah will begin at 7 p.m. on
Wednesday with services to
begin at 6:30 a.m. on Thursday.
Children's services will be held at
3:30 p.m. Memorial prayers are
scheduled for 11 a.m. Rabbi
Mayer Abramowitz and Cantor I
Nico Feldman will officiate.
At Wednesday eve services at I
Temple Ner Tamid. Rabbi
Eugene Labovitz will discuss I
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iSffy- "aPPy Xew Year- Rams H. Tishri. Atonement!
; Sbofar. Tashlich, Azazel. Terua, Tekia.
THE AFFILIATED ORGANIZATIONS
OF THE CONSERVATIVE MOVEMENT
In South Florida
Wish All A Happy and Healthy New Year
RABBINICAL ASSEMBLY-RABBI RUDOLF ADLER, PRES
CANTORS ASSEMBLY-CANTOR YEHUDAN L. HEILBRAUM PRES
UNITED SYNAGOGUE OF AMERICA-HENRY SENDER, PRES
NATIONAL FEDERATION JEWISH MENS CLUBSJOSEPH ABELOW PRES
WOMEN'S LEAGUE FOR CONSERVATIVE JUDAISM-MRS. MORTON LEVIN PRES
EDUCATORS ASSEMBLY-SHLOMO SHECHTER
Executive DirectorRABBI SEYMOUR FRIEDMAN
Youth Director-HARRY J. SILVERMAN ,
Rabbi Simcha Freedman will
lead Temple Adath Yeshunin in
services beginning at 7 p.m. on
Wednesday and followed by a
Thursday schedule starting at 8
am A community memorial
service will be conducted in the
Chapel at 12:30 p.m.
1977
Narth Bay VHbg, Jei^
Ceater services for Yom Kipp
wfll begin at 7 p.m. on V?S
neaday with the chantm* of vi
Nidre. Rabbi Marvin BjJJ
of Our Redemption.
Yom Kippur morning servioa
wfll begin at 8 a.m. Yizkor ser-
vices wfll begin at 10:45 Rabbi
Rose will speak on These An
The Days." The Cantor will begin
his rendition of Musaph at noon.
the afternoon service will begin at
Mount Nebo
Cemetery
>05 Northwest 3rd Street, Mia mil
INVITES YOU TO ATTEND
Special Memorial Sen/ice
Sunday,
September 18, 1977
CONDUCTED BY
RABBI MICHAEL EISENSTAT
TEMPLE JUDEA
10:30 A.M.
DR. IRVING LEHRMAN
TEMPLE EMANUEL
11:00 A.M.
RABBI MAXSHAPIRO
TEMPLE BETH KODESH
11:30 A.M.
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k-90 nm. and the concluding
^rvice at 6:30. Following the
funding of the Shofar, at 7:55,
the Sisterhood will invite the
entire congregation to its annual
Break the Fast."
Temple Beth Touh (Tamarac
Jewish Center), under the
leadership of Rabbi Israel
Zimmerman, will hold services
beginning at 6:30 p.m. Wed-
nesday for Kol Nidre prayers.
Ohev Shalom Congregation
will observe Kol Nidre with
Rabbi Phineas Weberman at 7
p.m. Thursday's schedule begins
at 8 a.m. and concludes at 7:45
p.m.
Rabbi Sherman Kirshner and
Temple Or Olom will begin the
Kol Nidre service at 6:30 p.m. on
Wednesday. On Thursday,
services start at 9 a.m. with
Yizkoratnoon.
The Israelite Center Temple
will hear Rabbi Solomon
Waldenberg preach on "Our
Sacred Commitment" at 6:30
p.m. on Wednesday. Thursday's
morning service will begin at 8:30
a.m. with the sermon to be "The
Wunderkind." The closing
service sermon "The Law of
Return" will be delivered at 6
p.m.
The Circulo Cubano Hebreo de
Miami will observe Kol Nidre on
Wednesday at 6:45 p.m.
Thursday services begin at 8 a.m.
with concluding services
beginning at 7:15 p.m. Rabbi
Dow Rozencwaig will officiate.
Temple Beth Raphael with
Rabbi Elliott Winograd will
observe Kol Nidre services at
6:30 Wednesday evening.
Thursday's schedule begins at 8
a.m. with Yizkor at 12:30 p.m.
The Cuban Sephardic Hebrew
Congregation will meet at the
Konover Hotel on Wednesday at
7 p.m. and on Thursday at 8 a.m.
The Hallandale Jewish Center
services will convene at 6:30 p.m.
Wednesday to hear Dr. Carl
Klein preach on the topic "The
Inner Peace." Thursday, the
Rabbi will speak on "The Living
Past" and "Life in the Balance."
Services begin at 8:30 a.m.
The Hillel Jewish Student
Center at the University of
Miami will hold services at 8 p.m.
on Wednesday. At 9:30 and 10
a.m. Thursday. Traditional and
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Mogen David Congregation of
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Thursday at 8:30 a.m. with
Raobi Isaac Vine.
Young Israel of Greater Miami
will meet at 6:50 p.m. Wed-
nesday and 8 a.m. Thursday.
Rabbi Zev Leff is the spiritual
leader of the North Dade
congregation.
Congregation Beth Tfilah will
start the Yom Kippur schedule at
6:30 p.m. Wednesday and 8 a.m.
Thursday. Rabbi Israel Tropper
will officiate at all services in-
cluding the 11:30 a.m. Yizkor
service.
The Beach Theatre will house
Temple King Solomon members
for Yom Kippur services
beginning at 7 p.m. Wednesday.
Rabbi David Raab will discuss
"The Melody That Lingers" on
Wednesday and "It Is So Easy to
Remember" on Thursday. Yom
Kippur services start at 8 a.m.
The Agudath Israel Hebrew
Institute will begin Kol Nidre
prayers at 7 p.m. Yom Kippur
services begin at 8 a.m. and
continue to 7:55 p.m. Rabbi
Sheldon Ever will conduct
memorial services at 11:30 a.m.
The Sephardic Jewish Center
of Greater Miami will hold its Kol
Nidre services at 6:50 p.m.
Wednesday. Morning services
begin at 8 a.m. with Yizkor at
noontime. Rabbi Sadi Nahmias
will officiate.
Temple Tifereth Jacob starts
Kol Nidre prayers at 7:15 p.m.
Wednesday with Thursday
morning services to begin at 9
a.m. Rabbi Nathan Zwitman is
spiritual leader.
Rabbi Abraham Korf will lead
Chabad House services at 6:05
p.m. Wednesday and preach on
"Torah in Deed Our Land Deed
to Israel." The 10:45 a.m. sermon
on Thursday will be "Charity-the
Key to Redemption." Mincha will
be at 5:30 p.m.
Rabbi Bernard Silver and
Congregation Kinnereth will
observe Kol Nidre at the Miami
Lakes Inn and Country Club at
7:15 p.m. Wednesday. Yom
Kippur prayers begin at 9 a.m.
and continue to 7:45 p.m. There
will be a break from 2 until 5 p.m.
The Sephardic Jewish Center
of North Miami Beach will hold
its services at the North Miami
Beach Pythian Hall at 6:30 p.m.
Wednesday and 8 a.m. Thursday.
Yizkor will be at 1:30 p.m. Rabbi
Nesim Gambach and Cantor Arie
Ovadia will officiate.
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Friday, September
W, 1977
Cooperman to Chair
Bonds Seminar
Sidney Cooperman, national
vice chairman of the Israel Bond
Organization and philanthropic
and organization leader in the
American Jewish community,
has accepted the chairmanship of
a two-day workshop and seminar
for South Florida Israel Bond
leaders to be held on Sunday,
Oct. 9, and Monday, Oct. 10, it
was announced by Gary R.
Gerson, general campaign
chairman of the Greater Miami
Israel Bond Organization.
In announcing the ap-
pointment, Gerson said, "We are
fortunate to have at the helm of
this important intensive seminar,'
which will officially launch our
fall Israel Bond campaign, a
leader of Mr. Cooperman's
stature and organizational
ability. His success as chairman
of the board of the Greater New
York Israel Bond drive and as
former national cash collections
chairman of the Israel Bond
Organization, has earned him the
enthusiastic plaudits of the
American Jewish community as
well as Israel's leaders.''
IN ACCEPTING the chair-
manship of the South Florida
Israel Bonds seminar, Cooper-
man said, "These intensive
meetings, giving our leadership
an opportunity to exchange
experiences and ideas, will serve
to recharge our batteries as we go
into one of the most important
campaigns in the history of our
effort to meet Israel's economic
needs through the Israel Bond
program.
"The Miami Jewish com-
munity has now reached the
forefront of achievements within
the national Israel Bond effort.
The example which it sets will
serve as an inspiration to other
communities. I am pleased to
have been given this opportunity
to share in this important un-
dertaking."
Milton M. Parson, executive
director of the South Florida
srael Bond Organization, noted
-hat the two-day seminar will
bring together in a series of
brainstorming sessions the top
leadership of the Israel Bond
campaign from the Prime
Minister's Club, New Leadership,
high rises, synagogues, business
and professions and other
segments which play an im-
portant role in the South Florida
Israel Bond drive.
THE SEMINAR will begin
with a "coffee and cake" general
assembly on Sunday, Oct. 9, at
10 a.m. Following a briefing
session, the leadership will split
up into separate sessions for each
of the various groups including
high rises, synagogues, new
leadership, corporate and trade
events, and women's activities.
The participants will re-
assemble for luncheon at 1
o'clock. A speaker will present an
up-to-the-minute behind-the-
scenes briefing on the Middle
East situation.
The luncheon will also be the
occasion for the presentation of
leadership awards to the men and
women who have been respon-
sible for more than 150 Israel
Bond campaign events during
the past year, Parson noted.
THE TWO-DAY seminar will
wind up with a breakfast session
on Monday, Oct. 10, for
discussions and planning of
corporate and trade events.
Paralleling the multi-pronged
general sessions will be separate
workshops conducted by
members of the New Leadership
Division, as well as separate
Women's Division activities.
Cooperman stressed that the
sessions will be down to earth
with a minimum of "speech
making." The important thing,'
he noted, will be exchanges of
ideas and plans.
COOPERMAN said, "I believe
the seminar will have an exciting
effect upon the South Florida
Israel Bond campaign and will
prove to be an inspirational and
learning experience for all of us.''
A banker and realtor,
Cooperman is former president of
the Israel Bonds Prime
Minister's Club of Greater New
York and former treasurer of the
Greater New York Israel Bond
Organization. He is chairman of
the board of the Park East
Synagogue and a member of the
board of directors of Temple
Emanu-El in Miami Beach. He is
a director of the Haym Salomon
Home for the Aged, a director
and building fund chairman of
the Minskoff Cultural Center and
a director of the Beth Israel
Hospital, all of New York.
He is also a director of the
American Israel Public Affairs
Committee (AIPAC), a director
of Boys' Town of Jerusalem and a
founding officer of the Jewish
Community Center of Harrison,
N.Y. He is a national UJA and
Federation leader. Cooperman's
daughter, Diane Cooperman,
resides in Miami and is a teacher
in the Lehrman Day School. A
second daughter, Sandra, resides
with her husband, Gary Dix, in
Bay Harbor.
Reinhard to Receive Award
Established in His Name
The first annual Samuel
Reinhard Torah Service Award
will be given to Samuel Reinhard
at the annual installation dinner
of the Hebrew Academy of
Greater Miami on Sunday, Sept.
18, in the Friedland Ballroom of
Temple Emanu-El.
Presenting the gold medallion,
the symbol of the award, will be
Academy Executive Committee
Chairman I.H. Abrams assisted
by Honorary Vice President
Joseph Cohen, President
Emeritus Irving Firtel and
Senior Vice President Oscar
Mamber.
THIS HONOR, in the name of
Samuel Reinhard, was
established by his sons
representing the five families of
his descendants headed by Leo,
Seymour, Harold, Henry,
Norman and their wives and
children.
The Samuel Reinhard Torah
Sharansky Rally Nears
A community-wide campaign
in support of imprisoned Soviet
Jewish activist Anatoly
Sharansky, sponsored by the
Committee to Save Sharansky, a
committee of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation's Community
Relations Committee, will
culminate with a Simchas Torah
Rally for Jewish Survival on
Sunday, Oct. 2 at 10:30 a.m. in
Victory Park, North Miami
Beach.
The month long effort in
support of Sharansky, who has
been held in prison for more than
six months under "in-
vestigation" for treason and
spying for the CIA and now faces
a death penalty, was launched in
early September with a billboard
campaign.
The rally is geared to focus
attention on the plight of Soviet
Jewry just prior to the Helsinki
Accord Conference that resumes
in Belgrade, Yugoslavia on Oct.
4.
Anatoly Sharansky was
arrested by Soviet secret police in
March 1977, and is now being
held in Moscow's Lefortova
prison, Harassment, surveillance,
and questionings by Soviet
authorities have been com-
monplace for Sharansky since he
first applied to emigrate to Israel
in April 1973. He has been
arrested on numerous occasions
and in March 1975 was informed
by the KGB that "Your destiny
is in our hands. You saw what
happened to your friends. You
have to know that no one in the
West is interested in you and all
that you are doing here, and
nobody will say a word in the
entire world if there is one more
prisoner of Conscience in the
Soviet Union.
It was with Sharansky that
Los Angeles Times correspon-
dent Robert Toth was accused of
conspiring. Toth was detained
and questioned in Moscow for
many hours before being per-
mitted to return to the United
States.
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CCAR Elects
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Rabbi Stanley A. Ringler,
Florida area director of the B'nai
B'rith Hillel Foundations and
Student Centers, has been elected
to the National Executive Board
of the Central Conference of
American Rabbis (CCAR).
The CCAR is the professional
rabbinic association of Reform
Rabbis throughout the United
States, Canada and abroad.
Founded in 1889 by Rabbi Isaac
Mayer Wise, the CCAR is one of
the oldest national rabbinical or-
ganizations in the United States.
The Central Conference now
numbers some 1,200 rabbis
serving about 700 congregations
as well as holding position on
universities, the chaplaincy,
Hillel Foundations and other
Jewish organizations.
At the 88th annual convention
this past summer, Rabbi Ringler
was one of four rabbis elected for
two-year terms to the Executive
Board. The new president of the
Central Conference is Rabbi Ely
Pilchick of Short Hills, N.J.
Rabbi Ringler is the executive
director \ of a netowrk of campus
programs and organizations
throughout Florida. The Hillel
Foundations of Florida is a bene-
ficiary agency of the nine Federa-
tions of Florida and of B'nai
B'rith on a state and national
level. The Hillel Jewish Centers I
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Another portion of tn
program will consist of the in-
stallation of officers for the 1977
78 school year. Re-elected
President Norman Ciment will
respond on behalf of the other
officers to be inducted. The
Hebrew Academy Children's
Choir, under the direction of
Helene Benyunis will perform
holiday songs.
Chairman of the dinner and
Academy Board of Education
Chairman Dr. Elias Herschman
will greet the gathered founders,
members and parents. Speakers
for the occasion include Dean
Rabbi Alexander Gross, who will
also conduct the installation, and
new Principal Rabbi Howard
Messinger. The student body will
be represented by Kenneth
Goldring and the invocation will
be offered by student Ivan
Ciment.
William Silverstein will offer
the H'Motzi and Treasurer
Hyman Chabner will say Grace. |
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lLorber Chapter of the Na-
' Asthma Center recently
, luncheon and card party as
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1 Chapter were also invited
^person Miriam Kriacher
U blue and white geometric
blouse over white stacks.
Garvett (Mrs. Robert),
Jent of the South Florida
til was in a teal blue pants
nbie Mary Ziffs ice blue
|e was in the pullover style
[was combined with white
tele Klugennan (Mre. Gerry)
mint green pants en-
|le with narrow banded
Is on her pullover bodice.
Simon (Mrs. Milton)
her white slacks with a
nr-andwhite-striped top
Hng the slashed bateau
tne. Miriam Lawrence (Mrs.
, combined a green-and-
print shell and matching
with emerald green slacks.
Irley Chubin (Mre. Martin)
ed a boucle knit overblouse
blouson style. It combined
jita, gold and blue on white,
[was worn with white raw
d-silk stacks. Phyllis
hfeder (Mre. Sam) added a
i pullover to her white pants
nble. Ellen Leidner (Mre.
was busy telling friends
her daughter. Tern's
age to Don Goodmanthe
has settled in Houston.
| was in a honey beige pants
nble.
soft peasant skirt and
combination was worn by
. Greene (Mre. John). Her
i-and-white print combined
and geometries. Dolly
(Mrs. Ernest) topped her
rjar colored gaucho pants
la matching colored print
\ seafoam green colored
er with a square neckline
worn by Carol Rosen (Mre.
||d). A matching green floral
blouse completed her en-
ile. Gert Feuer (Mrs.
|hall) wore a white knit pants
vith a white silk blouse that
printed with red polka dots,
rlene Hausman (Mre. Ted),
[ is president of the Lorber
pter. topped her red slacks
a white boucle bodice with
|ching red bands encircled
green. Ellie Kaiser (Mre. \
selected beige India cloth
Is worn with a grey and white
Veless tunic and a soft print
i at the neckline. Elaine Cole
Seymour) chose a soft
and white abstract print
blouse with a white skirt.
black scooped neck shell
1 the white pants worn by
|ette Suss man (Mrs.
rice). She had a white sheer
f at her neckline. Millie Koren
. Sid) combined white slacks
navy-and-white polka
long sleeved blouse.
Ue May Clein (Mre. Berry)
In an ice blue shirtwaist with
f al print.
Ofgang (Mrs. Sam)
ed a white cotton pullover
|e with navy blue em-
pry on the beU-shaped
les and around the bottom of
Jhort tunic. Her slacks were
Gloria Better (Mrs. Arthur)
her tan slacks with a
print blouse. Shirley
kman (Mre. Arthur) wore a
V rose silk knit with fa-
ting back detailing featuring
hed pleats which opened to a
Bare, and a braided rope belt.
Dorfman's (Mrs. David)
olored pants were topped
a beige fishnet pullover
.bara and (Dr.) Sandy Cole
J from a Canadian vacation
lleft them with a lot of in-
F>nt impressions. They
Montreal and the city of
pj. and Sandy is convinced
I there will be a political
ation.
atreal, which is about the i
size of Miami, has schools for
both English and French-
speaking students. The news-
papers are dual language. Air
controllers in the city of Quebec
are now permitted to speak
French to arriving and departing
planes; it's the only city where
English is not required.
The Coles were impressed with
the Montreal underground.
Because of weather conditions,
the city has built a metro system
and series of shops where one
never has to leave the under-
ground. Grocery stores, clothing
shops, theaters all are
available.
ANOTHER interesting fact
that they brought back was that
the 1976 Olympics were spon-
sored by the city of Montreal, not
the country of Canada. The
country got the prestige, but the
city got the bills a $1.5 billion
deficit that the people will pay for
over the next 20 years with taxes.
They enjoyed the old walled
section of Quebec city with it's
horse-drawn carriages. It was
quite a contrast to the modern
section. They found
the Canadians very nice to the
Americans, that things were
quite expensive, and that many
Canadians crossed the border to
buy in the U.S. where taxes are
less than their own.
Barbara and Sandy stopped in
Washington, D.C., on their way
home. There, they discovered
that the Kennedy Center is
leaking and is scheduled to be
closed this winter for a $5 million
repair. All-in-all they had a great
vacation.
Blanche Brass is really keeping
busy these days. After she com-
pleted her Master's in Library
Science at the University of
Miami, she decided to go to law
school. She's now getting ready
to start her second year, with lots
of encouragement from the
family. Hubby, (Dr.) Phillip is
very enthusiastic about the field
she's chosen gerontology and
the law.
The whole Brass family is
doing things. Daughter, Lorna,
has just graduated from Brown
University in Rhode Island and is
involved in research at Harvard
Medical School. Robby is a
student at the University ot
South Florida and was top sales-
man this summer, selling Bibles
in the Bible Belt. Their oldest
son, Lloyd, has recently com-
pleted a television film with Alan
Arkin that is scheduled for
release in the near future.
Magda and Oscar Neumann
back from a Mexico City
vacation. They took her mother,
Hajnol Klein, with them, and
they claim that they did every-
thing that was possible to do in
the week that they were there.
The trip to Taxco and Cuer-
navaca was long a bad storm
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had washed out the bridge on the
main highway, so they had to go
via the back roads, but it was
worth it. They especially enjoyed
their lunch in Taxco, where the
restaurant is located above a
silver mine and the view over-
looks the city.
The students were striking in
Mexico City so they had to view
the University with its beautiful
murals from afar. Damage to the
computers was extensive, and it
bothered the Neumanns.
Hajnol Klein especially en-
joyed the visit to the former
palace of Emperor Maximilian in
Chapultepec Park, particularly
becuase the Emperor was from
Hungary, and that is where the
Klein and Neumann families are
from.
They covered the Xochimilco
Floating Gardens, the anthro-
pological museum, the pyramids,
and the folklore ballet, plus much
more. When they inquired as to
synagogues, they found a choice
of Ashkenazi, Sefardi, Con-
servative or Mexican Indian.
PHYLIS AND Harold Tanner
back from a vacation in Greece.
They spent one week cruising.
Their ship took them as far as Is-
tanbul, Turkey. The second week
was spent in Athens, and their
third week was spent relaxing at
a resort.
Their daughter, Lisa, is
married to a Greek, and they live
in Athens. Her husband, George
Valyrakis, studied at Oxford. The
young couple showed Phylis and
Harold many sides of Athens
that most tourists don't get a
chance to see.
Their son, Steve, is now living
in Lor Angeles, He's a former
member of the New York Jets
team and is now active in tele-
vision film work. Phylis is prin-
cipal at Carver Elementary
School, and the students are
always asking her about the ac-
tivities of her children. She has
much to relate.
Lipschitz's First Grandson Born
Rabbi Max A. Lipschitz and Mrs. Miriam Lipschitz are the
proud grandparents of a 7-lb., 8-oz. son born to their children,
Mr. and Mre. Stuart Schochet, on Saturday, Sept. 10 at Mt.
Sinai Hospital, N.Y.
Mrs. Schochet is the former Rochelle (Shelley) Lipschitz of
Miami.
The paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Abe Schochet
of New York.
Rabbi Lipschitz will be in New York on Saturday, Sept. 17,
for the bris of his first grandchild.
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Club...The Cultural Committee of the City of North Miami Beach
Helen Toback. chairperson, announces that the North Miami Beach
Symphony will begin rehearsals for its thirteenth consecutive season
on Tuesday. Sept. 20, at 7:30 p.m. at the Community Center Hall in
Highland Village located at 137th St. and Biscayne Blvd. On V ed-
nesday. Oct. 12. at 8 p.m.. the United States Marine Band will appear
at the Theatre of the Performing Arts in Concert for a one night per-
formance.
With a Hat in the Ring: A former assistant to the late Mayor
Chuck Hall has announced his candidacy for that post on Miami
Beach. WeD known as President of Miami Beach Bnai B'rith Lodge is
BobSkidelL
What's hi a Name: A bright name for all Temple Emanu-1
members as they are each addressed as Emanu-Elite."
Ob the Medical Sceae: "Nutrition and You" is the topic of a free
community health program sponsored by Mt. Sinai Medical Center.
Tuesday. Sept. 20. 7:30 to 9:30 p.m.... Fifteen Community Home
Attendants have been graduated from a week-long training course at
Mt. Sinai Medical Center. The group, seven of whom are assigned to
Mt. Sinai's Department of Social Work, will be available free of charge
to accompany patients leaving the hospital to help them adjust to
home life.
Initiated under a Federal grant, the Community Home Attendant
Program was organized by the Jewish Vocational Services UVS) with
the cooperation of Mt. Sinai and the Jewish Home and Hospital for
the Aged.
For Local Groupies: The Miami Council of Bnai B'rith Women's
Chapters will clear up your clutter with an annual book sale at Mid-
way Mall Oct. 20-24. Any and all books can be picked up by the
Madames Larry Seidler. Larry Travers. Phil Marks or Stanley Hein
rich...The largest Jewish fraternal organization. Workmen's Circle,
wfl] be organizing a Young Marrieds and Singles branch Sept. 16 at
7:30 p.m. at the Hollywood Federal Savings and Loan Association
located on Oakland Park Blvd. and University Drive.
On the Social Scene: Alfred and Lillian Golden just back from an
extensive trip through the Canadian Rockies The "Singles Over 35"
group of the Michael-Ann Russell JCC will be sponsoring a Break-the-
Fast party at A venture.
For the Kinder and More: Registration is now taking place at the
Jewish Community Centers of South Florida, South Dade Extension,
for the 1977 Fall Children's After-School Program. Classes are offered
to kindergarten through 6th grades in Art. Drama, Dance. Sewing.
Cooking, Science, Karate, Tumbling. Israeli Song and Dance. Clay.
Magic. Guitar, Sports and more. A program for two-year-olds is also
being introduced which will meet twice a week, featuring musk,
simple creative art, Jewish orientated programs and playground ac-
tivities... A one-week fall registration period at the Michael-Ann Rus-
sell Jewish Community Center, in North Miami Beach, will begin
Sunday, Sept. 18, in the Center's George S. Wise Gymnasium. Hun-
dreds of activities for pre-schoolers, children, teens, adults, and senior
adults are available to Center members and non-members this season.
Honorable Menschen Mention: Miami Commissioner Rose Gor-
don has been appointed to the Multiphasic Health Testing Center Ad-
visory Council, Florida Department of Health and Rehabilitative Ser-
vices by Gov. Reubin Askew ... Gov. Askew was to receive the third
annual Bill Pallot International Achievement Award Sept. 15 at a
banquet at the Omni International Hotel.The award, given by the In-
ternational Center of Florida, an organization of community leaders
whose goal is to strengthen trade and cultural ties with Latin
America, is for outstanding contributions in this field... Henry Wald,
president of the Dade County Association for Retarded Citizens has
announced the appointment of Lawrence Forman as executive director
of the association... David L. Trask, Judge of Industrial Claims,
holding Court in Coral Gables, Fla., with jurisdiction over Dade and
Monroe Counties, has been reappointed as A Member Of The Ad-
judication Committee of The International Association of Industrial
Accident Boards and Commissions (IAIABC). Judge Trask is the
only Industrial Claims Judge in the United States who is a member of
a standing committee of this International Association.
For Your Information: In a special High Holy Day program,
Rabbi Louis Finkelstein, chancellor emeritus of The Jewish Theo-
logical Seminary of America, talks with Sol M. Linowitz, chairman of
the board of directors of the Seminary and former U.S. Ambassador to
the Organization of American States. Rabbi Finkelstein reflects on the
past and the future of Judaism, and America, on the eve of Yom
Kippur and a new year: "A time of soul-searching, of taking stock, of
concern." The program will be broadcast on Sunday, Sept. 18, at 8
a.m. on WCKT Channel 7...A High Holy Day conversation
program on Eternal Light radio, NBC-AM Network, will feature
Rabbis Gordon Tucker, instructor in the Philosophies of Judaism and
assistant to the Chancellor, and Yochanan Muffs, preceptor in Bibile,
of The Jewish Theological Seminary of America. They will discuss the
significance of the High Holy Days. The program will also be broad-
cast on Sunday, Sept. 18.
Torah Hadassah Sets Installation
The Torah Group of Hadassah
will hold an installation mem-
bership meeting on Monday,
Sept. 19 at 1 p.m. at Temple
Zamora of Coral Gables.
Chairman of the day will be
Membership Vice President
Zelda Schwartz. Mrs. Henry
Gillman will install the following:
Lee Stiglitz, president; Pauline
Shevin, administrative vice
president; Dora Hill, education
vice president; Rose Lauretz,
fund-raising vice president; Zelda
Schwartz, membership vice
president; Lillian Conrad and
Marilyn Faerber, program vice
presidents; Sadie Fritz,
treasurer; Florence Sainer,
financial secretary; Helen
Barson, membership dues sec-
retary; Lee Gottlieb, corres-
ponding secretary; Ethel M.
Rittenberg, recording secretary
and Dorothy Spector,
parliamentarian.
Ann Goldstein will provide
musical accompaniment.
T.V. Programs
Sunday, Sept. 18
"Jewish Worship Hour"
WPLG-TV Ch. 109:30 a.m.
Hoat:
Dr. Irving Lehrman
Sunday, Sept. 18
"Still Small Voice"
WCKT-TV Ch. 7-8:30 am
Hoat:
Dr. Leon Kroniah
Guest:
Rabbi Solomon Schiff
Topic:
"Yom Kippur
The Day of Atonement"
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Friday, September l]j3
Religious Directory
^^ _____ .. m -*,\ iutunaton Ave. CORAL G'
MIAMI
AHAVAT SHALOM CONGREGATION
995 SW 67th Ave Orthodox Rabbi Zvi
Raphael* 0)
ANSHE EMES CONGREGATION 2533
SW 19th Ave Conservative.
TEMPLE BETH AM
S9SeN.Kendall Drive
South Miami667-55*7
Or. Herbert Baumgard, Senior Rabat
Mitchell CMm Associate Rabbi
Friday Evening Service-8:3p.m.
Saturday Morning Service at II115 am
Yom Kippur Schedule
Wednesday-* 10 and ? p.m.
Thursday 9:30a.m. and 3:30 p.m.
Children's Serviee-l 130 p.m.
Member UAHC
BET BREIRA CONGREGATION
10755 SW 112th St. Liberal. Rabbi
Barry TabechnikoH. (3-A)
BETH DAVID 2625 SW 3rd Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Sol Landau.
Cantor William Llpson. (4-A)
BETH DAVID SOUTH. 7500 SW 120th
St Conservative. Rabbi Sol Landau
Cantor William Lipson. (4-B)
BETHKODESH ^^^
Modern Traditional I
1101 5W 12th Ave 8 58-6334
Rabbi Max Shapiro-Cantor Leon Sega
Friday Early Services:30 p.m.
Daily Mlnyon lor Yahneiten
Yom Kippur schedule
Wednesday-4:30p.m.
"What The Mature Years Oiler"
Thursday (a.m.
"When Thou Callest Me"
Closing Service-! p.m.
"ThP End is Near" _
BETH TOV TEMPLE. 6438 SW 6th St.
Conservative Rabbi Charles Rubel.
(8)
B'NAI ISRAEL AND GREATER
MIAMI YOUTH SYNAGOGUE 7600
SW 123rd. Orthodox. Rabbi Ralph
Glixman (8A)
B'NAI RAPHAEL CONGREGATION.
1401 NW 183rd St. Conservative.
Rabbi Victor D. Zwelling Cantor
jack Lerner. (36)
TEMPLE ISRAELOF'joutorioridVs
GREATER MIAMI Pioneer Reforml
137 NE 19th St.-Miami Synagogue
573-5900 or. Joseph Narot, Sr Rabbi
Services Every Friday at 8 p.m.
Yom Kippur Schedule
MB Convention Hall
Wednesday-8 p.m.
"IsLileFair?"
Thursday -10 a.m.
"Thoughts From and Open Diary"
Yizkor 3 p.m.
"The Gates Close Upon Us"
ISRAEL TEMPLE-KENDALL. 9990 N.
Kendall Drive. Rabbis Joseph Narot,
Brett Goldstein.
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Solomon
Waldenberg. Cantor Hyman Lilshin.
(11)
OR OLOM TEMPLE. 8755 SW 16th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Sherman Kirsh
ner. Cantor P. Hillel Brummer. (13)
SAMU-EL TEMPLE. 8900 SW 107th
Ave., Second Floor. Conservative.
Rabbi Edwin P. Farber. (9)
EMPLEZION- 8000 Miller Road
Conservative 2712311
Dr. Norman N. Shapiro, Rabbi
Cantor Ben Dickson
Herzl Honor-Educational Director
Avran Smolensky Musical Director
RaeSimonhoff; Early Childhood Dir.
Friday 8:15p.m.
KnlNidre-7p.m.
"Simple Solutions or
"Intelligent Choices"
Yom Kippur-9a.m.
"Let My People Live"
MIAMI LAKES
KINNERETH CONGREGATION. 14040
NW 58 Ct. Rabbi Bernard A. Silver.
Conservative.
HIALEAH
TIFERETH JACOB TEMPLE. 951 E.
4th Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Dr.
Nathan H. Zwltman (15)
NORTHMAIMI
BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION.
2225 NE 121st St. Conservative. Rabbi
Louis Lederman. Rabbi Emeritus
Joseph Gorflnkle. Cantor Moshe
Friedler. (35)
MIAMI BEACH
AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Sheldon N. Ever
(17)
BETH EL. 2400 Pine Tree Dr.
Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander Gross. (5)
BETH ISRAEL. 770 40th St. Orthodox
Rabbi Mordecai Shapiro. (18)
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM*
Chase Avenue at 41 st St.
538-7231 Liberal
Dr. LeonKronish
Canter David Conviser
Friday Services 1:15 p.m.
Organ Prelude7:45p.m.
Rabbi Kronish will preach
Yom Kippur Schedule
KolNidre-4:15,8:45 p.m.
"IsOed
Your Top Priority r"
Yom Kippur -9: 15 p.m.
"Is Your Family
a Top Priority?"
3:30 p.m. "What Are
Your Other Priorities?"
Ml Washington Ave.
,B0ErtThoo^tCRabbiShmaryahu T. Swir
sky. Cantor Maurice Mamches. (19)
P.FTH RAPHAEL TEMPLE. 1545 Jet
feVson Ave Conservative. Rabb.
K wfnoVad. Cantor Saul Breeh.
(20) _____
KING SOLOMON TEMPLE 1031 LJ8V
coin Rd. Modern Cbnservative^Rabbi
David "a*". Cantor Nathan Parnass
(21 A)
TEMPLE EMANUEL
1701 Washington Avenue
5M-253
Conservative
Or. Irving Lehrman
Cantor Zvi Adler
Kabbalat Services-Friday p.m.
Saturday Morning Service 9 a.m.
Dr. Lehrman will preach
Yom Kippur Services
at the MB Theatre
ol the Performing Arts
Wednesday-7: IS p.m.
Thursday 9 a.m., 4 p.m.
Yizkor 11 a.m.
Children's Service 3 p.m.
BETH TFILAH CONGREGATION. 935
Euclid Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Israel
M. Tropper. Cantor Henry Fuchs.
BETH YOSEPH CHAIM CONGRE-
GATION. 843 Meridian Ave. Or-
thodox Rabbi Dow Rozencwaig. (22
A) _____
B'NAI ZION TEMPLE. 200 178th St
Conservative. Rabbi Dr. Abraham I,
Jacobson. (22 B)
CHABAD HOUSE. 1401 Alton Rd.
Orthodox. Rabbi Joseph Biston. (66)
CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION.
1700 Michigan Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi
Dow Rozencwaig. (23)
CUBAN SEPHARDIC HEBREWCON-
GREGATION. 715 Washington Ave
Orthodox. Rabbi Meir Masliah
Melameo (23-A)
ETZ CHAIM CONGREGATION. 1544
Washington Ave. Orthodox. (32)
HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pine Tree
Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S
Gross. (25)
GOLD COAST SYNAGOGUE. 5445
Collins Avenue. Conservative.
JACOB C. COHEN COMMUNITY SY
NAGOGUE. 1532 Washington Ave
Orthodox. Dr. Tibor H. Stern Cantor
Meyer Engel. (26)
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1475 Euclid Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield.
Cantor Abraham Seif (27)
LUBAVITCH CONGREGATION. 1120
Collins Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi
Abraham Kori. (67)
MENORAH TEMPLE. 620 75th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram
win. Cantor Nico Feldman. (28)
NER TAMID TEMPLE. 80th St and
Tatum Waterway. Conservative. Dr.
Eugene Labovitz. Cantor Edward
Klein. (29)
NORTH BAY VILLAGE JEWISH
CENTER. 7800 Hispanola Ave. Con
servative. Rabbi Marvin Rose. Cantor
Murray Yavneh. (32-A)
BETH TORAH
CONGREGATION
1051 N. Miami Bch. Blvd.
Conservative
Dr. Max A. Lipschitz, Rabbi
Cantor David Bagley
Kabbalat Shabbat Services
Friday 5:30 p.m.
Late Friday Services 8 p.m.
Saturday Services 830 a.m.
Daily Chapel Services
7:30 a.m., 5:30 p.m.
Sunday 8a. m.,5:30 p.m.
Yom Kippur Schedule
Wednesday 7 p.m.
Thursday-8:30 a.m. through 5:45 p.m.
Yiikor Service at noon
OHR HACHAIM CONGREGATION. 317
- 47 St. Rabbi Tsvi G. Schur. Orthodox.
OHEV SHALOM. 7055 Bonita Dr.
Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas A. Weber
man. (80)
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 645
Collins Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Sadl
Nahmias. (31)
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
ADATH YESHURUN TEMPLE. 1025
NE Miami Gardens Dr. Conservative.
Rabbi Slmcha Freedman. Cantor Ian
Alpern. (33)
AGUDATH ACHIM. 3rd Ave. Hebrew
Religious Community Center. 19255
NE 3rd Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jacob I.
Nisllck. (33-A)
AVENTURA JEWISH CENTER. 2972
Aventura Blvd., North Miami Beach.
Conservative. Rabbi Seymour Fried
man.
SEPHARDIC CENTER. 571 NE 171st
St. Conservative. Rabbi Neslm Gam
bach. Cantor ArieOvadla.
SINAI TEMPLE OF NORTH DADE.
18801 NE 22nd Ave. Reform. Rabbi
RalPj P. Kingsley. Cantor Irving
Shulkes. (37)
SK.IJ-AKE SYNAGOGUE. 'JWI NE
19th Aye. Orthodox. Rabbi Dov Bid
nick. (31)
YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER MIA
ML W' NE171st St. Orthodox. Rabbi
ZGV L6ff. (39)
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Reform. Rabbi Michael B USSfi
ZAMORA TEMPLE. 44 Zamora J
Conservative. Rabbi Marvin To*,*
Cantor Jack Rubin. (41)
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MOGAN DAVID CONGREGATloJ
9348 Harding Ave. Orthodox !;
Isaac D. Vine. (50) *al*l
HOMESTEAD
HOMESTEAD JEWISH CENTER ir
NE 8th St. Conservative Rabbi PS
Bender. (51) y>a
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BETH AHM TEMPLE 310 SW nl
Ave. Conservative. Rabb u,,l
Landman. (47B) ""
TEMPLE BETH EL. 1351 S. lath Avil
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BETH SHALOM TEMPLE ml
Arthur St. Conservative Rabbi v [
ton Malavsky. Cantor Irving Gold!
(46)
SINAI TEMPLE. 1201 JohnsonSt Con-,
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Emeritus David Shapiro (65)
TEMPLE SOLEL. 5100 Sheridan St .
Hollywood, Fla 33021 Rabbi Roberil
P Frazin Cantor Bruce Malin (C-47)I
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3291 Sterling Road
791-2200
Rabbi Moshe E. Bomzer
Services: Friday6:30p.m.
Saturday 9 a.m., Sunday 8a.m.
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Wednesday Evening
All Day Thursday
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416 NE 8th Ave. Conservative Or CM
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TEMPLE IN THE PINES 9139 T*H
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4351 W. Oakland Park Blvd. Orthodox.
Rabbi Saul D. Herman.
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NW 57th St. Conservative Rat*
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Schwartz-Shacter
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Sch-
wartz of North Miami Beach,
have announced the engage-
ment of their daughter,
Davida Joy, to Barry Stuart,
90n of Mr. and Mrs. Richard
Shacter, of North Miami
Beach.
The bride-to-be and her
fiance graduated North
Miami Beach Senior High
School and attend the
University of South Florida.
She is majoring in education.
He is majoring in ac-
counting.
Kramer-Goldman
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel
Kramer of Margate, N.J.,
have announced the
engagement of their
daughter, Hedy Lynn, to
Mitchel Paul Goldman, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold
Goldman of Miami Beach.
Hedy is a graduate of
Boston University with a
bachelor of science degree in
Education. Mitchel, a Silver
Knight award winner in 1973
from Miami Beach High
School, is a graduate of
Boston University summa
cum laude with distinction in
Biology. He was initiated
into Phi Beta Kappa and
plans to attend medical
school next year.
The wedding is planned for
July and will take place in
New Jersey. j.
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son of Dr. and Mrs. Philip
Oransky of Miami, were wed
at Temple Beth Am with a
reception at Kings Bay
Yacht and Country Club on
AuK 28. Rabbi Herbert
Baumgard officiated.
Attending the bride were
Matron of Honor, the bride's
sister, Paula S. Rieger; Maid
of Honor, the bride's sister,
Lori E. Solomon; and
Bridesmaids Gwen Oransky,
the groom's sister, and
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sister-in-law.
Best Men were the
groom's brothers Steve
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the bride's brother, Gary
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brother-in-law. Randy
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The bride wore a dress of
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3ertha collar of Alecion lace
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The bride, a Coral Gables
figh School graduate, holds
degree in psychology from
he University of Miami and
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District ORT Convention Delegates
Prepare for Israel Golden Jubilee
Ko'ach Hadassah to Meet Tuesday
Mrs. Leonard Pechenik, presi-
dent of District VI of Women's
American ORT ? Organization for
Rehabilitation through Training)
will head the following delegation
of District Representatives for
their 24th national biennial
convention to be held in Jeru-
salem Oct. 23 through 27,1977.
Joan Baron, Elsie Kriss, Mar-,
cia Light, Ann Linden, Lil
Rosenblatt, Ruth Wilkes, Bertj
Zalles, Jean Zugman and Zelda!
Delta Publishes Paper
On Deregulation
Delta Air Lines has mailed to'
the nation's editors, publishers,
broadcast news directors,
members of Congress and
members of the financial com
munity what it called, "A
position paper, on airline de-
regulation.'
Tha paper is signed by W. T.
Beebe. chairman of Delta Air
lines, who called the aviation
regulatory legislation now being
considered by a U.S. Senate
Committee an ill-conceived and
potentially ruinous bill that
"could bring about nationali-
zation of the airlines, once the
public is faced with the chaos,
disruption of service, economic
demoralization of the carriers,
and concentration of service in
the hands of the few remaining
carriers."
DELTA'S paper emphasized
that "the 'deregulation' legis-
lation would create new tiers of
more government reu-
lation... while inviting a return to
the aviation chaos which existed
prior to the Aviation Act of 1938.
It would increase the size and
authority of the Federal Govern-
ment"
The paper notes that the Car-
ter Administration is
"proceeding with all due speed"
to support the "deregulation"
legislation. Delta's paper ob-
served, "The public is not
demanding airline deregulation.'
Then- simply is no real complaint
by the consuming public con-
cernign the quality, quantity, or
price or airline service. This
leaves the 'deregulation' move-
ment as one not founded on need,
but only upon the arguments of
those who will not have to bear
the heavy cost of the damage
which their untested theories, if
adopted, could inflict on the
American public and the U.S. air
transportation industry."
Temple Sinai Youth
Programs Under Way,
Temple Sinai of North Dade's
youth groups, Sr. SNFTY and Jr.
SNFTY will begin this year's
program on Sunday, Sept. 18.
Sr. SNFTY, the synagogue's
high school age group, will have a
picnic on the temple grounds at
12:30. Jr. SNFTY which covers
children in grades 7, 8 and 9 will
meet in the synagogue at 7 p.m.
for a Jr. Olympics.
Both groups invite young
people to their first meetings.
The synagogue's youth program
is under the direction of Rabbi
Julian I. Cook, associate rabbi for
education and youth. Margie '
Gelber Brydger will assist Rabbi
Cook as advisor to the Jr. SN-
FTY group.
Home Auxiliary Sets
Tuesday Luncheon
The Greater Miami Women's
Auxiliary of the Jewish Home
and Hospital of the Aged will
hold a luncheon Tuesday, Sept.
20, in the Starlite Room of the i
Shelborne Hotel, Miami Beach.
Keynote speaker will be Mark !
Lichtman, who will discuss the '
"Hospital's Role as a National
Geron to logical Model."
Magid. from the Miami area.
Selma Biller. Clearwater, Fla..
and Margie Kottler from Louis-
ville, Ky.
Marcia Marx, Marcia Cohen,
Morene Seldes, Ann Galanti and
Esther Brody from Atlanta, Ga.
Mrs. Pechenik said. "This Gol-
den Jubilee Convention will be
the most important ever held in
the history of our organization.
During its sessions we will review
our accomplishments of the past
five decades both in terms of
building the global ORT network
of Vocational Education and
Training and in promoting better
education here in the United
States. We will also look forward
to the challenges of the next half
century and dedicate ourselves to
building the ORT Program so
that it will continue to serve the
needs of our people everywhere.''
Messages of greetings and
congratulations have been
received from dignitaries all over
the world. A message from Presi-
dent Jimmy Carter said in part,
"Your schools have offered hope
and opportunity to those who
have been uprooted by providing
them with useful knowledge and
expertise to enable them to live
happier, more productive lives.
For this you have won the
gratitude of all who are familiar
with your efforts and earned a
special place of honor and respect
among the world's humanitarian
organizations."
Ko'ach Group of Hadassah of
Miami Beach Chapter, the career-
oriented group for the younger
woman, will hold their next
meeting on Tuesday evening,
Sept. 20, at 8 p.m. in the Tavern
of Jefferson National Bank,
Arthur Godfrey Road, Miami
Beach.
The program will highlight the
history of the High Holy Days,
President Maryon Glasser an-
nounced. Also featured, ac-
cording to Sherry Osheroff,
membership vice president, will
be a discussion of Miami Beach
Hadassah's 'membership T5
to be held Oct. 17 m the Theatre
of the Performing Arts.
Jackie Hechter, program vfc,
president and publicity chair-
man, added that plans will be
discussed for the group's forth
coming musical skit entitled
"Ko'ach OK." w
Ko'ach Group meets every
third Tuesday evening in the
Jefferson National Bank, located
on the corner of Pine Tree Drive
and Arthur Godfrey Road.
Mrs. Hilma August
Wishes Her Relatives and Friends
A Happy and Healthy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Louis G. Cohen
of 801 88th Street, Miami Beach
Wish All Their Friends
A Happy New Year
Mrs. Faith Clein
and Daughter Dara
Wish All Their Friends
A Happy New Year
Mr. Jack J. Diamond
and Children
Robin and Steven
Wish All Their Friends A Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Fima Falic
and Sons Simon, Jerome and Shahi
Wish All Their Friends
A Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. E. Max Kesselman
and Marc
Wish All Their Friends a Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Ludwig Lehrer
and Family
Wish All Their Friends
A Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Lustgarten
and Family
Wish All Their Friends a Happy New Year
Phyllis and David Miller
Wish All Their Friends
A Happy New Year
Dr. and Mrs. Peter J. Millheiser
and Family
Wish All Their Friends
A Happy New Year
PHIL and HANNAH MOSS
New Year Greetings To All Our Friends
Dr. and Mrs. Bernard Geltzer
and Family
Wish All Their Friends a Happy New Year
Dr. Paul Glassman
and Family
Wish All Their Friends
A Happy New Year
Mrs. RoseGratz
Wishes All Her Friends
A Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Gross
and Family
Wish All Their Friends
A Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Burt Grutman
and Family
Wish All Their Friends
A Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Julius Guterman
and Family
Wish All Their Friends a Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Hildebrandt
and Family
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Happy and Healthy New Year
MR. and MRS.
MANNY ROSENBERG
GAYLE and ELIZABETH
Wish Their Family and Friends
A Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Sager
and Family
Wish All Their Friends
A Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Sara
and Children
Serena Esther and Jason Joel
Wish All Their Friends a Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Savage
and Family
Wish All Their Friends a Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Boris Stein
and Family
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Sol H. Weiss
and Family
Wish All Their Friends a Happy New Year


[Business Notes
, William Binder, P8ldent<
ladder-Baldwin Piano and
KTft has appointed Mike
ESS*"S^S Washing-
I TnC to the post of institu-
Itfrep^ntativefortheRod.
LEGAL NOTICES
William Binder Names Campbell to Post
gers and Baldwin organs. This
division is a special service to
churches, synagogues and
university music departments.
Bar Mitzvah
WENDY GREENBERG
On Saturday morning, Sept
17, at 10:30, Wendy Greenberg,
daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Milton
Greenberg, will be called to the
Torah as a Bat Mitzvah at
Temple Sinai of North Dade.
BRADLEY H. TRUSH1N
On Saturday morning, Sept.
17, at 10:30 at Temple Emanu-El
in Miami Beach, Bradley Herman
Trushin, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Theodore Herman, will be called
to theTorah as Bar Mitzvah.
Bradley attends Miami Coun-
try Day School where he has
received honor certificates in
science and art. He is also a
student in the religious school
class at Temple Emanu-El.
Mr. and Mrs. Trushin will host
the Kiddush following services
and a reception on Saturday at
the Edenroc Hotel. Special
guests will include Mr. and Mrs.
Morris Liss, Bradley's uncle and
aunt from New York; and Mr.
and Mrs. David Segal, his uncle
and aunt from Savannah, Ga.
JOEL MATTHEW GREENE
Joel Matthew Greene, son of
Mr. Sheldon Greene, will become
a Bar Mitzvah Saturday, Sept.
17, at 10:30 at Temple Emanu-El
in Miami Beach.
Joel attends Nautilus Junior
High School in Miami Beach and
is a student in the religious
school class at Temple Emanu-
El.
Mr. Greene will host the kid-
dush following services in honor
of the occasion and a reception
Saturday at Famous Restaurant.
Women's Auxiliary
To Hold Luncheon
The Greater Miami Women's
Auxiliary, Jewish Home and
Hospital for the Aged (Douglas
Gardens) will hold its first lun-
cheon meeting of the fall season
on Tuesday. Sept. 20, at the
Shelborne Hotel, Starlight Room,
at noon.
Mr. Zelda (Philip) Thau, presi-
dent of the auxiliary, will greet
guests. The invocation will be
given by Mrs. A. J. Malasky.
Mrs. Frances (Louis) Makov
sky, program chairman, has ar-
ranged a program featuring Mr.
Marc Lichtman, associate direc-
tor of the home, and he will intro-
duce Miss Anna Berner who is
director of volunteers at the
home.
Contact Anne Tanenbaum,
Henny Jaffee or Ellen Franklin
for information.
________L.1.IIII--.....----------......----------
INTHE CIRCUIT COURTFOR
BADE COUNTY,FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
FileNumbr77-$f3
j RE ESTATE OF
HARLESA.CARRON.8R.
NOnCSOr ADMINISTRATION
. I, I PE RSON S HAVING CLA IMS
E StMAND8 AGAINST THE ABOVE
K''and all other persons
KtFRESTED IN THE ESTATE:
"SwAMS HEREBY NOTIFIED that
admlnlstraUon of the estate of
RLES A CARRON, SR., deceased.
file Number 77-5893, Is pending In the
brcult Court for Dade County, Florida.
Pmbate Division, the address of which
I 73 West Flagler Street. Miami.
Florida The personal representaUve of
estate ts JOSEPH McMULLEN.
rinse address Is 6870 Coral Way
Miami Florida 33186. The name and
Editress of the personal representaUve
ittorney af set forth below.
All persons having claims or demands
alnst the estate are required.
HTHIN THREE MONTHS FROM
tHE DATE OF THE FIRST
Publication of this notice, to
lie with the clerk of the above court a
Tltten statement of any claim or
itmnd thev may have. Each claim
Ernst be In writing and must indicate the
basis lor the claim, the name and ad-
Iress of the creditor or his agent or
ktlornev, and the amount claimed. If
(he claim is not yet due. the date when It
kill become due shall be stated. If the
llalm Is contingent or unliquidated, the
lature of the uncertainty shall be
ated. If the claim is secured, the
jecurltv shall be described. The
Ilalmant shall deliver sufficient copies
If the claim to the clerk to enable the
Jlerk to mall one copy to each personal
Representative.
1 All persons Interested In the estate to
?hom a copy of this Notice of Admln-
;ratlon has been mailed are required,
flTHIN THREE MONTHS FROM
HE DATE OF THE FIRST
rfBLICATlON OF THIS NOTICE, to
I any objections they may have that
allenge the validity of the decedent's
rill, the qualifications of the personal
epresentatlve, or the venue or
unsdictiiin of the court.
[all claims. demands, and
Objections not so filed will
Ik forever barred.
Dfc of the first publication of this
Mice of Administration: Sept. 16, 1877.
JOSEPH McMULLEN
As Personal Representative of the
Estate of
CHARLES A. CARRON, SR.
Deceased
TTORNEY FOR PERSONAL
IPRESENTATIVE:
0SEPH McMULLEN
Coral Way, Miami, Fl. 33145
lephone: (306)665-6816
Sept. 16. 23,1877
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the
nderslgned, desiring to engage In
Jslnesa under the fictitious name of
23 GARAGE at number 3766 NW 80th
reel, In the City of Miami, Florida,
tends to register the said name with
e Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
ounty, Florida.
"ated at Miami, Florida, this 8th day
September. 1877.
GEORBETT, INC.
Sept. 16, 2S, SO; Oct. 7,1877
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
, PROBATE NO: 77-SW3
N RE ESTATE OF
RIEDA kadushin,
Deceased
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
u AVJl,PERS0NS HAVING CLAIMS
^DEMANDS AGAINST SAID
"' AND OTHER PERSONS
TERESTED IN SAID ESTATE:
OL ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
Dirdml.nl9lraUon of 'he Estate of
,i5^A KADUSHIN, deceased, late of
a.!Cou,n'y. Florida, has commenced
jne captloned proceeding.
" ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
REQUIRED to file any claims and
mands which you may have against
! MM..and to nie anv challenge to
.,!a"^,y..of L* Will and
2?S5 ""ered tor probate, If any.
TO objection to the qualifications of
ir..2^onal RePresentatlve, venue or
irisdlctlon of the Court, with the Court.
f County Courthouse, 73 West
I'WjIl Miami, Florida 33130,
REE MONTHS FROM
Itn.iXF OF THE FIRST
IP oM7,9N OF THIS NOTICE OR
R RIGHT TO DO SO WILL BE
ever barred.
^CLAIMS, DEMANDS. AND
' FfSJ^i KOT 52 FILED WILL
fOREVER BARRED.
day of Sept., 1877.
STANLEY KADUSHIN
BiS"5*J Representative of the
e.state of FRIEDA KADUSHIN
,n .,. Deceased
WARDN.GALBUT
imi d ln*ton Avenue
""Beach, Florida3S13B
'ephone- 672-8100
Sept. 16, 23.1877
Community S & L Names Meyer to Post
Robert W. Meyer has been background in the Savings and
named executive vice president Loan field, having been
and managing officer of Com- associated for 24 years with
munity Federal Savings and' Jefferson Savings and Loan of
Loan Association. Meyer has a. St. Louis, Mo.
Developers Conference Date Set
A number of prominent Sept. 18-21.
Floridians will participate in th(
eighth annual national conference
on Recreation Resort and
Community Development to be
held at the Boca Raton Hotel,
Among those participating are
Dr. Jay S. Mendell, Fred R.
Millsaps, Robert M. Taylor, Jan
Fox, John V. Hill, and Edward
D. Stone.
New Advertising Agency Forms
Wayne Lippman and Steve
Mogull recently announced the
formation of their new, full
service, advertising agency.
The agency, "Lippman,
Mogull Advertising Consultants.
Inc.," is located in North Miami.
IN MEMORY OF
MYPARfcrJTS,
HELEN AND LEO
STURM
Missed By Your
Daughter,
THEIMA RAY
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MOGULL
LIPPMAN
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PROGRAMS FOR 1977
EUROPE, ISRAEL AND
OTHER AREAS
NATIONAL COUNCIL
OF JEWISH WOMEN
Call
USAflSHER 538 1892
A Happy New Year To All From
The Birnholz Family
Councilman and Mrs.
Philip Sahl
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy New Year
3800 Collins Avenue Phone: 673-8425
T.M.Ralph
PLANTATION
Funeral Home
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy New Year
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BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY
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Phone: 887-6541
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n WTJ
LEGAL NOTICES
SK*T7G9HSi
o Bvlk TrMuNr
Pursuant to Florida Statute 67 6-106
(7) node* U hereby given thai effective
10/1. ltTT. at 9:00 AM., at a bull
transfer of the UKU of Paradise Gar-
dens, whoae bualneai address is 12661
Blacayne Boulevard, will be made to
MARCELLA A BECK COM East
Fifth Street. Hlaleah. Florida, a new
business enterprise organised to take
over and continue the business, and
transferee has assumed the debts of
transferor, relevant to said business
Dated at Hlaleah this 7th day of Sep-
tember. 1*77
DIETER ONKEN
PATRICIA ONKEN
Transferee
rirst publication of this notice on the
U day of September. 1*77
DANIEL M KEIL. E3Q
38 East Fifth Street
Hlaleah Florida J3010
Attomeyls i for Transferee
Spt It. liT7
LEGAL NOTICES
LEGAL NOTICES
LEGAL NOTICES
LEGAL NOTICES
IN THE CIRCUITCOURT Of THE
I1TH JUDICIAL CIUCUIT IN
AND FOR DAOE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
OENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
CASENO.T7MHI
NOTICE OF SUIT
FRED VALLEN and ADELE VALLEN.
his wife.
PlaVlTl tiffs'
PATRICK J SANTELL and MVIMO
SANTELL. Ma. St al..
Defendants
TO PATRICK J SANTELL and
MUTSUKO SANTELL. his wtfe.
Residence Unknown ________
TOO ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
ao acorn to foreclose a mortgage
executed by you on April 20 19T7. en-
cumbering the following described
property situated In Dade County.
Florida, to-wlt.
Lot a in Block S of FLAGLER
GARDEN accorcttng to the Plat
thereof as recorded In Plat Book 48
at Page 1 of the Public Records of
Dade County. Florida, together
with the improvements thereon and
all the furniture furnishings, fix-
tures and equipment now or
hereafter contained therein
has been filed against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your written
defenses if any. on S BLAIR ROSS
P_A.. Attorney for Plaintiffs. 1407 N w
7th Street. Miami. Florida. 33125 on or
before the 14 day of Oct.. 1977. and file
the original with the Clerk of this Court
whether before service on Plaintiffs'
Attorney or Immediately thereafter:
otherwise a Default will be entered
against you for the relief demanded In
Plain tiffs' Complaint.
WITNESS my hand and official seal
at Miami. Dade County Florida, this 7
day of Sept 1977
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk of Said Court
By B Lipps
Deputy Clerk
Sept. 9. 16.23.30 1977.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATEDIVISION
CASEN0.77-SS5S
IN RE ESTATE OF
NELLIES BO YD. a k a
NELL E BOYD.
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 NOTIFIED that the ad-
ministration of the Estate of NELLIE S
BOYD a k a NELL E BOYD.
Deceased. File No 77-5565. Is pending in
the Circuit Court for Dade County.
Probate Division, the address of which
Is 73 West Flagler Street. Room 307.
Miami. Florida. The name and address
of the Personal Representative's attor-
ney 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 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 FTLED WILL
BE FOREVER BARRED
Publication of this Notice has begun.
Date of the first publication of this
Notice of Administration: September9,
1977
JAMES L BOYD
Personal Representative
of the Estate of NELLIES BOYD.
a k aNELLE BOYD. Deceased
RASKIN A WEINSTEIN. PA.
Attorneys for Personal
Representative
7800 Red Road. Suite 108
South Miami. Florida 33143
Phone 801-3413
By: Stephen L. Raskin
Sept. 9. It. HT7
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the
undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
MISTER SPARKLE at 8978 NE Srd
Ave Miami. Fla.. intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida.
NELSON ST GEORGES
Sept9.lt 33.30.1977
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the
undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
SPANISH SPEAKING DEMOCRATIC
CAUCUS OF DADE COUNTY INC. at
949 SW 1st STREET. MIAMI. FLORIDA
S3130 Intends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
LAZAROALBO
Sept It, B. 10: Oct 7.1977
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTION SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
INTHE CIRCUITCOURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
CASE NO: 77-22945 (Oiv II)
LTNDSLE Y LUMBER COMPANY, etc..
Plaintiff.
vs
ORIGINAL CONCEPTS. INC..
a Florida corporation.
Defendant
TO ORIGINAL CONCEPTS, INC
10130 East Calusa Club Drive
Miami. Florida
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action
for collection of monies due and owing
for materials furnished has been filed
against you and you are required to
serve a copy of your written defenses. If
any. to It on WOLF and SCHONTNGER.
PA.. Plaintiffs attorney, whose ad-
dress Is Suite 702, Dade land Towers.
9300 South Dadeland Boulevard. Miami.
Florida S3156 on or before October 14.
1977. and file the original with the Clerk
of this Court either before service on
Plaintiffs attorney or Immediately
thereafter: 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 i4> consecutive
weeks In THE JEWISH FLORID IAN-
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
this Court on September 8th. 1977
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By N A Hewett
As Deputy Clerk
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL.
WOLF and SCHONINGER. PA
Suite 702 Dadeland Towers
9300 S Dadeland Boulevard
Miami. Florida 33156
Attorneys for Plaintiff
Sept. 9. 16. 23. 30. 1977
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATEDIVISION
File Number 77-5413
Division BLANTON
IN RE ESTATE OF
ROSE MANDOT.
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
ROSE MANDOT. deceased. File
Number 77-5413. Is pending in the Cir-
cuit Court for Dade County. Florida.
Probate Division, the address of which
Is 73 West Flagler Street, Miami Beach.
Dade County Florida. The personal
representative of the estate is ROBERT
H BURNS. ESQUIRE whose address Is
420 Lincoln Road. Suite 450. Miami
Beach. Florida 33139 The name 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 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 la 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. 9.1977
ROBERT H BURNS
Aa Personal Representative of the
Estate of Rose Man dot
Deceased
ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL
REPRESENTATIVE:
Robert H. Bums
410 Lincoln Road. Suite 450
Miami Beach. Florida 33139
Telephone 538-4421
Sept 9. 16 1977
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATEDIVISION
File Number 77.5C3
IN RE ESTATE OF
JOSEPH ALTSULER
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 JOSEPH ALT-
SULER deceased File Number77-5833
is pending in the Circuit Court for Dade
County. Florida. Probate Division, the
address of which is Dade County Court-
house. 73 West Flagler Street. Miami.
Florida 331 SO The personal repre-
sentative of the estate is GERTRUDE
A BERNSTEIN, whose address is 8004
SW 64 Place. South Miami. Florida
33143. The name 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 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 la contingent or unliquidated, the
nature of the uncertainty shall be
stated If the claim U 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
challenge the validity of the decedent's
will, the qualifications of the persona]
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 16. 1977
GERTRUDE A BERNSTEIN
As Personal Representative of the
Estate of JOSEPH ALTSULER
Deceased
ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL
REPRESENTATIVE
BARNEY BERNSTEIN ESQ.
150 SE 2nd Avenue
Miami Florida 3313:
Telephone: 373-4709
Sept 16. 23 1977
INTHECIRCUITCOURTFOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 77-5177
Division FRANK B. DOWLING
IN RE. ESTATE OF
BEATRICE ROSS
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
BEATRICE ROSS, deceased File
Number 77-5877. is pending In the Cir-
cuit 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 Irving
Cypen. whose address Is 320 West
DtLido Drive. Miami Beach. Florida
33139 The name 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 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 OB
JECTIONS NOT SO FILED WILL BE
FORE VER BARRED
ALL CLAIMS. DEMANDS. AND
OBJECTIONS NOT SO FILED WILL
BE FOREVER BARRED.
Date of the first publication of this
Notice of Administration- Sept 9 1977
IRVING CYPEN
As Personal Representative of the
Estate of BEATRICE ROSS
_^ Deceased
ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL
REPRESENTATIVE
CYPEN4NEVTNS
825 Arthur Godfrey Road
Miami Beach. Florida 33140
Telephone i 306I 532-4721
Sept 9. 16 1977
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the
undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
UNITED BEVERAGE SERVICE at
9221 SW 59th Street. Miami. Fla. 33176
intends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
United Beverage. Inc.
A Florida Corporation
Leon A Epstein
Attorney for applicant
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Fla.
Sept. 16, 23, SO: Oct. 7.1977
INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOFTHE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 77-1*2SI
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: The marriage of
ROSE MARIE GARZA. wife,
and
MIGUEL GARZA. husband
TO: MIGUEL GARZA
RESIDENCE UNKNOWN
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
an action for Dissolution of Marriage
has been filed against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your written
defenses. If any, to it on ARTHUR H
LIPSON. attorney for Petitioner, whose
address Is 9526 BIRD ROAD. MIAMI
FLORIDA 33165. and file the original
with the clerk of the above styled court
on or before October 21st. 1977:
otherwise a default will be entered
against you for the relief demanded in
the complaint or petition.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said court at Miami Florida on this 7th
day of September. 1977.
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By DEBORAHG HESS
As Deputy Clerk
i Circuit Court Seal i
Sept 16. 23.30: Oct 7.1977
INTHE CIRCUIT COURTFOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO: 77400?
DIVISION: Frank B. Dowling
IN RE ESTATE OF
HAROLD KANDELL.
Deceased
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS
OR DEMANDS AGAINST SAID
ESTATE AND OTHER PERSONS
INTERESTED IN SAID ESTATE
YOU .ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
the administration of the Estate of
HAROLD KANDELL. deceased, late of
Dade County Florida, has commenced
In the captioned proceeding.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
AND REQUIRED to file any claims and
demands which you may have against
the Estate and to file anv challenge to
the validity of the Last Will and Testa-
ment offered for probate if any. or any
objection to the qualifications of the
Personal Representative, venue or
jurisdiction of the Court, with the Court.
Dade County Courthouse 73 West
Flagler Street. Miami Florida 33130.
WITHIN THREE MONTHS FROM
THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE OR
YOUR RIGHT TO DO SO WILL BE
forever barred.
ALL CLAIMS DEMANDS. AND
OBJECTIONS NOT SO FILED WILL
BE FOREVER BARRED
Pint publication of this Notice on the
16davofSept 1977
HANNAH OBERLEDER
As Personal Representative of the
Estate of HAROLD KANDELL
Deceased
ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL
REPRESENTATIVE
ABRAHAM A GALBUT. Esquire
GALBUT AND GALBUT
721 Wasr.ineton Avenue
Miami Beach. Florida 33139
Telephone 672-3100
Sept 16. 23.1977
NOTICEOF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOFTHE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY
CIVILACTIONN0.77.J7S72
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The Marriage of
LOTTIE MITCHELL
Petitioner-Wife,
and
KC MITCHELL.
Respondent-Husband
TO: KC MITCHELL
Address Unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
an action for Dissolution of Marriage
has been filed against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your written
defenses, if any. to It on Mark J.
Friedman. Esq.. attorney for
Petitioner, whose address is 350 Lincoln
Road. Suite 422. Miami Beach. Florida
33139. and file the original with the clerk
of the above styled court on or before
Oct 21.1977: 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 9
day of Sep 1977.
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By Willie Bradshaw Jr.
As Deputy Clerk
i Circuit Court Seal i
MARK J FRIEDMAN ESQ
350 Lincoln Road. No. 422
Miami Beach. Florida 33139
Phone 532-5409
Attorney for Petluoner
Sept 16.23. 30: Oct. 7 1977
NOTICE OF ACTION"
CONSTRUCTIVE SERV.CE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUITCOURT oe tu.
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL oK
OF FLORIDA, IN AND T
FOR DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO 77.}7r,
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: The Marriage of
DAVE COOPER.
Petitloner-Huaband.
and
ERUNE COOPER.
Respondent Wife
TO: ERUNE COOPER
Address Unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED th.i
J" **"' Dilution of Ma^'
**m***~r and you".*
Road. Suite 422. MiamiBeach" Ftokt
33139. and file the original with uiVcbS
of the above styled court on or beS
Oct. a. 1977: otherwise a default wwE
entered against you for the reUef
demanded In the complaint or peti'tnn
"u "tall be published onM
each week for four consecutive weekn.
THE JEWISH FLORTDIAN "
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said court at Miami. Florida on thai
day of Sep.. 1977. *
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By Willie Bradshaw Jr
As Deputy Clerk
i Circuit Court Seal i
Mark J. Friedman, Esq.
350 Lincoln Road. Suite 422
Miami Beach. Florida 33139
Phone: 532-5409
Attorney for Petitioner
Sept. 16, 23. 30. Oct Tim
NOTICEOF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND
FOR DADECOUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 77 378(3
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: The Marriage of
MYRIAM ROXANA LERDO DE
TEJADA DE DEFORMES
Petitioner Wife,
and
JORGE ENRIGUE ALEJANDRO
DEFORMES SAGREDO
Respondent Husband
TO: Jorge Enngue Alejandro
Deformes Sagredo
1757 North LasPalmas
Apartment 202
Hollywood. California 9902>
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED thai
an action for Dissolution of Marnage
has been filed against you and j ou are
required to serve a copy of your written
defenses, if any, to It on Mil hael S
Weiss. Esquire, attorney for Petitioner.
whose address is Weiss A Jaeobson.
P A 44 West Flagler Street Suite 205.
Miami. Florida. 33130. and flic the
original with the clerk of the above
styled court on or before Oct 21 :977:
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 *eekln
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the leal ol
said court at Miami. Florida on this i
dav of Sept 1977.
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
ByB. Lipps
As Deputy Clerk
i Circuit Court Seal i
Michael N Weiss. Esquire
WEISS A JACOBSON. PA
44 West Flagler Street-Suite 200
Miami. Florida 33130
Telephone 358-1500
Attorney for Petitioner
Sept. 16. 23. 30: Ov.- 7.1977
NOTICEOF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUITCOURTOFTHE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION N0.7735S4I
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: The Marnage of
CONSTANCE GARRETT. Wife
and
FLOYD DENTON GARRETT. H-sband
TO: FLOYD DENTON GARRETT
891 North Amphlett.
San Mateo. California9044:
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
an action for Dissolution of Marnage
has been filed against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your written
defenses, if any. to It on Lawrence F
Kalne. attorney for Petitioner whose
address is 306 NW 12 th Avenue Miami.
Florida 33128. and file the original with
the clerk of the above styled court on or
before October a. 1977: otherwise s
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 o(
said court at Miami. Florida on this i
day of September. 1977
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade Oounty. Florida
By.N A Hewett
As Deputv Clerk
i Circuit Court Seal i
LAWRENCE F KAINE
306 NW 12th Avenue
Miami. Florida 33128
Attorney for Petitioner
Phone:547-2200
Sept 18. 23.30: Oct 7.197'


LEGAL NOTICES
LEGAL NOTICES
UlCElSHEKE. to engage ^
fcmgned. ae rfcutious name of
fe *',' iJT REOLANA at 7410
F^f^h Street Miami. Florida.
LUi*"1 8t*,,,e7salcl name with the
tfoM^areuU Court of Dade
yn%%S RAMIREZ
Fl8 Sept.. 1.23. SO. 1977
fcsTrnr COURT, 11TH JUDICIAL
V?S"tDADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
FAMILY DIVISION
, N0TICE BY PUBLICATION
kETHE MARRIAGE OF:
feCELL. SAINTIL
[Husband,
IciEUSE GARRY SAINTIL
ITgARCIEUSE GARRY SAINTIL,
Kd'ence Unknown, are hereby
feed to serve a copy of your Answer
he Dissolution of Marriage filed
imt vou, upon husband's attorney,
fcRGE NICHOLAS, ESQ., 612 NW
[Avenue, Miami, Florida 33136, and
Inrtetnal with Clerk of Court on or
Ire Oct. 29, 1977; otherwise the
lion will be confessed by you.
Led this day of Aug. 29,1977.
ftlCHARD P BRINKER.CLERK
By:G. S.CARLJE
Deputy Clerk
Sept. 2,9,16, 28, 1977
KiTHE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
l|THJUDICIALCIRCUIT,INAND
IFOR OADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
FAMILY DIVISION
CASEN0.77-M926
RE: The Petition Of
BERTO SANCHEZ,
f NOTICE
RAMON ISIDRO TORRES
[ GONZALEZ
lou are hereby notified that the
fe-named PetlUoner, ALBERTO
(CHEZ, and his wife, MARIA
EUA SANCHEZ, have filed a
dUon In the above-styled Court for the
Etlon of the minor child named
fein and you are commanded to
|e a copy of your written defenses, If
on CARLOS M. MENDEZ, ES-
JIE Petitioner's attorney, whose
fess is Suite Mill, Biscayne
ding, 18 Wesl Flagler Street,
-ml. Florida 83130, on or before Oc-
Ir 7, 1977, and file the original of
le with the Clerk of this Court
tr before service on Petitioner's
I immediately thereafter;
default may be entered
nst you for the relief demanded In
Petition.
Iiand and the seal of
urt at Miami. Florida this 1st day
Iptember, 1977
RICHARD P. BRINKER.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
A. Hewett
Deputy Clerk
puit Court Seah
Sept. 9, 16, 23. 30,1977
|NTHE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
DADE COUNTY,FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 77-2946
:ESTATE OF
BERT NOVINS,
Deceased
otice ok administration
III persons having claims
Demands against the above
Ate and all other persons
(rested in the estate:
|U ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
dmlmstration of the estate of HER-
NOVINS. deceased, File Number
6. is pending In the Circuit Court
3ade County, Florida, Probate
bon, the address of which is 73 W.
ler Street, Miami, Florida 33130.
I personal representative of the
Is LILLIAN S. NOVINS. whose
as is 19380 Collins Avenue, Miami
h, Florida. The name and address
personal representative's attor-
reset forth below.
[persons having claims or demands
*t the estate are required,
JIN THREE MONTHS FROM
DATE OF THE FIRST
JCATION OF THIS NOTICE, to
dth the clerk of the above court a
statement of any claim or
they may have. Each claim
| be in writing and must Indicate the
] for the claim, the name and ad-
of the creditor or his agent or
ey, and the amount claimed. If
i is not yet due, the date when it
ecome due shall be stated. If the
i Is contingent or unliquidated, the
of the uncertainty ahall be
If the claim la secured, the
ity shall be described. The
nt shall deliver sufficient copies
i claim to the clerk to enable the
I to mall one copy to each personal
entatlve.
| persons Interested In the estate to
a copy of this Notice of
nistratlon has been mailed are
red, WITHIN THREE MONTHS
THE DATE OF THE FIRST
-ICATION OF THIS NOTICE, to
ny objections they may have that
tnges the validity of the decedent's
|the qualifications of the personal
^tentative, or the venue or
Hctlonof the court.
CLAIMS, DEMANDS, AND
tCTIONS NOT SO FTLED WILL
^REVER BARRED.
of the first publication of this
i of Administration: September 9,
Lillians, Novlns
I ersonal Representative of the
f state of HERBERT NOVINS
n._ Deceased
EY FOR PERSONAL
ESENTATIVE:
kS Galltxer, P.A.
| Oakland Park Boulevard
auderdale.FL 83806
"": (806)566-6486
Sept. 9,16.1977
INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOFTHE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 77-37130
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN RE: The marriage of
PEDRO RODRIGUEZ,
Husband,
and
ROSA EMILIA RODRIGUEZ,
Wife,
YOU. ROSA EMILIA RODRIGUEZ,
148 West 168 Street, Apt. 3, Bronx, NY.
10462, are required to file your answer to
the petition for dissolution of marriage
with the Clerk of the above Court and
serve a copy thereof upon the
petitioner's attorney, Herman Cohen,
Esq., 622 S.W. 1st. Street, Miami, Fla.
38180, on or before October 14, 1977, or a
Default will be entered against you for
the relief prayed.
DATED: Sept. 7, 1977.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
CLERK, CIRCUIT COURT
BYM.J.HARTNETT
Deputy Clerk
Sept. 9,16,23, 30, 1977
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the
undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of A.
KOSS d/b,a PORTO BELLO SHOP
PING CENTER at number 1699 NW 27th
Avenue, In the City of Miami, Florida,
Intends to register the said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
Dated at Coral Gables, Florida, this
26th day of August, 1977.
A. KOSSd/b/a PORTO
BELLO SHOPPING CENTER
A. KOSS, ESQ.
Attorney for Applicant
A. KOSS, ATTORNEY
AT LAW. P.A.
2121 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Suite 715
Coral Gables. Florida 33134
(306)446-1444
Sept. 2,9,16, 23, 1977
CIRCUIT COURT, 11TH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT, DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
NO. 77-37436
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF:
NATALIE FORD
Wife.
V8.
LAWRENCE FORD
Husband.
You, Lawrence Ford, Residence Un-
known, are hereby notified to serve a
copy of your Answer to the Dissolution
of Marriage filed against you, upon hus-
band's attorney. GEORGE NICHOLAS.
ESQ., 612 NW 12th Avenue, Miami,
Florida 33136, and file original with
Clerk of Court on or before Oct. 7th.
1977; otherwise the Petition will be con-
fessed by you.
Dated this 26 day of August. 1977.
RICHARD P. BRINKER. CLERK
By: B.PEREZ
Deputy Clerk
Sept. 2. 9.16. 23,1977
INTHE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 77-5646
Division FRANK B. DOWLING
IN RE: ESTATE OF
GEORGE S. OKELL. SR.
a k a GEORGE SHAFFER OKELL,
SR
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
GEORGE S. OKELL, SR. a/k/a
GEORGE SHAFFER OKELL, SR.,
deceased. File Number 77-5666 Is
pending In the Circuit Court for Dade
County, Florida, Probate Division the
address of which is Courthouse, Miami.
Florida 33131. The personal represen-
tative of the estate Is EVELYN OKELL,
whose address is 1246 Andalusia
Avenue. Coral Gables, Florida. The
name 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
flle 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
bails for the claim, the name and ad
dress of the creditor or his agent or
attorney, and the amount claimed. B
the claim Is not yet due, the date when it
will become due shall be stated. If the
claim la contingent or unliquidated, the
nature of the uncertainty shall be
stated. If the claim U 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
t^WMM in the estate to
whom a copy of this Notice of
Administration has been mailed are
required. VWTHTN THREE MONTHS
FROM THE DATE OF THE FIRS1
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE to
flle any objections they may have that
challenges the validity of the decedent a
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 FOREVERBARRED.
Date of the first publication of this
Notice of Administration: Sept. 9,1977.
EVELYN OKELL
A* Personal Representative of the
Estate of GEORGE S. OKELUSR.
a/k/a GEORGE SHAFFER OKELL.
SR., Deceased
ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL
REPRESENTATIVE:
MARTIN STARR
9708 South Dixie Highway
Miami, Florida 88156
Telephone: 666-9620 > ^ ^
Eleanor Fever, MB
Resident 41 Years,
Dies in Boone, N.C.
Eleanor Bernice Feuer of
Miami Beach for the past 41
years, coming from Chicago, 111.,
passed away recently in Boone,
N.C.
A graduate of the University of
Chicago, Pi Beta Kappa, Mrs.
Feuer was a member of Temple
Israel and its Sisterhood, a life
member of Hadassah, member of
Westview Country Club and the
American Braille Institute.
She is survived by her hus-
band, Gus; a son, James B.* and
daughter, Lois J., all of Miami
Beach.
Funeral services were con-
ducted on Sept. 9 at the
Gumenick Chapel of Temple
Israel with interment following at
Mt. Nebo. Riverside handled
arrangements.
FELDENKRAIS
HERMAN. 77, of Miami Beach, on
Sept. 9. A 12-year resident of Florida,
coming from Cuba, he Is survived by
wife, Ellsa; sons, George of North
Miami and Isaac of San Juan, Puerto
Rico; daughter, Mrs. Eva Felg of North
Miami; sister, Frieda of Buenos Aires,
Argentina; and six grandchildren.
Interment Mt. Sinai. Riverside handled
arrangements.
BRODIE
AMELIA (Amy), of Miami Beach, on
Sept. 8. A 30-year resident coming from
Demopolis, Ala., Mrs. Brodle was a
member of Temple Emanu-EI. a God-
mother at Mt. Sinai Medical Center and
a member of the Westview Country
Club. She Is survived by three
daughters, Mrs. Rosalie Pincus of
Miami Beach. Mrs. Shirley Manls of
Atlanta, Ga., and Mrs. Shirley Teasdale
of Boulder, Colo.; and five grand-
children. She was the wife of the late
Col. Dudley D. Brodle who was a
founder of Mt. Sinai Medical Center.
Services were held on Sept. 11 with
Riverside in charge of arrangements.
FURMAN. Yetta. of Miami Beach
Interment Mt. Nebo. Riverside
SCHWARTZ. Leon. 59. of Miami, on
Aug. 3. Interment Mt. Nebo. Gordon.
SHEPARD. Samuel N., 69, of Miami
Gordon.
FORMAN, Morris, 79, of Clearwater.
Fla, on Aug. 2.
GOLDSTEIN, Morris H., 83, of North
Miami Beach, on Aug. 3. Riverside.
KI.EINMAN, David, 80, of Bal Harbour.
on Aug. 4. Interment Beth El
Memorial. Blasberg.
REINER. Robert, 66, of Miami Beach,
on Aug. 3. Interment Star of David.
Gordon
Julius Mark, Rabbi Emeritus,
Dies in New York at 78
Rabbi Julius Mark, 78, retired
senior rabbi of Temple Emanu-EI
in New York City, died Wed-
nesday at his New York home.
Rabbi Mark retired Sept. 1,
1968 after 20 years as senior
rabbi and was named rabbi
emeritus. He had been inactive
for the past several years because
of a stroke.
He was born in Cincinnati and
ordained at the Hebrew Union
College in Cincinnati in 1922. He
was the youngest in his class.
He had served in South Bend,
Ind., Nashville, Tenn., and in the
Navy during World War II
before joining Temple Emanu-EI.
Rabbi Mark had received the
Human Relations Award of the
Methodist Church in 1963, the
Gold Medallion for courageous
leadership from the National
Conference of Christians and
Jews in 1966, and the clergyman
of the year award in I960 from
Religious Heritage of America.
He also had been honored by
GELB
MONUMENTS INC.
Open fery Day Closed Sabbatfi
140 SW 57th Avenue
Phone 266-2868
Levitt
memorial chapelt
1*21 ombroko Rd.
HoHvwood, Flo.
921 -7200
SONNY LEVITT, 1.3
13385W. DiiitHwy.
North Miomi, Fie.
949-6315
Israel f r his support of bond
drives.
He is survived by his wife, the
former Margaret Baer; a son, Dr.
James B.D. Mark; a daughter,
Mrs. Peggy Heller; and eight
grandchildren.
GOLIN
BEATRICE. 72, a 40-year resident of
Miami Beach, on Aug. 30, after a long
Illness. Mrs. Colin and her husband.
Ruby, had recently celebrated their
golden wedding anniversary. In d-
dltlon to her husband, she is survived by
two daughters, Edythe, the wife of
Rabbi Samuel A. Z. Jaffe of Hollywood,
and Gloria, wife of Leroy C. Redman,
of Wllmette. 111., and eight grandchil-
dren. Mrs. Golln was a charter member
of the Fourteenth St. Community Cen-
ter, now known as Temple Emanu-EI of
Miami Beach; member of Hadassah,
VOA, and a life member of Douglas
Gardens Miami Jewish Home and Hos-
pital for the Aged. She was the mat-
riarch of her family and contributed to
many charities throughout her lifetime.
Services were held- at Riverside,
NYC, N.Y., followed by Interment at
the United Hebrew Cemetery. Staten Is-
land, N.Y. Shiva was observed at the
family residence In Surfslde beginning
on Sept. 2. Friends who wish may make
donations to Temple Beth El Memorial
Fund, Hollywood, In memory of Mrs.
Golln.
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CASE NO.77-11272
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
NOTICE OF ACTION
WANDA COSSU. Wife,
PeUtloner
and
SERGE COSSU. Husband,
Respondent.
TO: SERGE COSSU
Last Known Address:
3073 Orange Street
Coconut Grove, Florida
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an acUon
for Dissolution of Marriage has been
filed against you and you are required to
serve a copy of your written defenses, If
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PeUtloner's Attorney, whose address Is
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Florida 33126, on or before October 14th
1977, and file the original with the clerk
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thereafter; otherwise a default wUl be
entered against you for the relief
demanded In the PeUtlon.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
this Court on this 6 day of September,
1977. _
RICHARD P. BRINKER
As Clerk of the Court
By N. A. Hewett
as Deputy Clerk
Wept. 9,16. 23, 80.19T7
------CIRCUIT COURT, 11TH JUDICIAL-
CIRCUIT, DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
NO. 77-37449
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF:
VICTOR ARMENDARB
Husband,
PATRICIA ARMKNDARIZ
YO*"6 PATRICIA ARMENDARIZ,
Y,m,, No 813, Alelo Laooolr. Hon-
JurafGua"yaquu: are hereby notified to
nerve a copy of your Answer to the Dis-
solution of Marriage ed ^.ta* you.
upon husband's attorney, GEORGE NI-
CHOLAS, ESQ., 612 NW 12th Avenue
MtamL Florida 33136, and file original
with Clerk of Court on or before October
U 1977, otherwise the PeUtlon will be
CODatad^.^ydO.yofS^t.mber,l0T7.
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! Brieht and happy day s are coming now ,
CoJ j rare is pouring out without measure or end.
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Bv JOSEPH POLAKOFF
WASHINGTON-1 JTAl-
The Voice of America "will
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bidding official U.S. contact with
the Palestine Liberation
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(USIAI said here.
The spokesman told the Jewish
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commentaries will remain un-
changed because that is
American government policy and
not State Department policy
alone."
THE QUESTION of VOA
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after a joint USIA-State
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terms of a reorganization of IS.
information and cultural
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cultural affairs bureau main-
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VOA. an arm of USIA.
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course on the Administration's
attitude towards the PLO."
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Hussein Seeking
Western Support
PARIS (JTA> King Hus-
sein of Jordan arrived here for a
Lday official visit during
which he tried to enlist France s
and Western Europe s support
for pressure on Israel to stop
establishing new settlements in
the West Bank.
The King, who was greet* 1 at
Orlv Airport by French President
Vafery Giscard dEstaing, also
looked for support for his plans
for a Palestinian-Jordan fed-
eration which he will head.
The Arabs believe that though
Western Europe does not play a
decisive role in the Middle East,
it has influence in both Wash-
ington and Mdscow.
THE FRENCH government
has in recent months shifted its
position from advocating a
Palestinian state to calling for
the creation of a "homeland"
without defining its exact
political status.
Hussein reportedly hoped to
win French and eventually West
European approval for his fed-
eration plans.
The King, who was the guest of
honor at a state banquet at the
Elysee Palace, had some four
hours of talks with Giscard.
French arms for Jordan were not
discussed.
The King did not bring with
him his minister of defense nor
his army chief of staff. Jordan
has neither the money nor the
desire to acquire French hard-
ware, relying for most of its
weaponry on Britain.
POLITICALLY, the two
countries have relatively similar
stands on the Middle East, with
France openly condemning the
spread of Israeli settlements in
the occupied territories.
A joint communique stressed
this common position.
Ultra-Nationalist Group
Releases Statement About
Government Promises
By TUVIA MENDELSON
JERUSALEM (JTA) -
Leaders of the Gush Emunim
expressed disappointment here
that the Likud-led government
has failed to implement its
promises, which Likud leaders
made during the national election
last May, to fully settle the areas
of Judaea and Samaria.
In a press conference here,
|Gush leaders said that "by the
nd of the summer, 12 new
Isettlements in Judaea and
Samaria are scheduled to be
lestablished."
THIS STATEMENT was seen
[here as a warning to the
government that unless it acts to
fulfill its election campaign
promises, the ultra-nationalist
Igroup would go ahead on its own,
[but that this action would be
[justified by the Gush on the basis
[of implied government policy.
The Gush leaders noted at the
press conference that while the
organization will not act against
the government they will go
ahead with their plans because
the government has already
ptated that no Jewish set-
tlements in Eretz Yisrael are
pUegal.
They noted that the govern-
nent stand on this issue is
antamount to a go-ahead signal
|tor further settlement moves.
GERSHON SHAFAT, one of
the Gush leaders at the press
conference, stressed that there is
[ no settlement without
[agreement by the government.
[* every settlement (so far) has
peen allowed by the government
i its plans (for Judaea and
Samaria) and we are part of the
government plans.
Hanan Porat, leader of the
Gush Emunim, said the delay in
the group's move to establish
more settlements is due to the
need to make certain
preparations and to coordinate
the establishing of the set-
tlement s with the government.
May the year ahead
be the best, a year of
happiness and peaee, of
good health and
good fortune.
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Friday. September
!6.1977
First HJature Reserve For Biblical Animals Opens
On the morning erf Sept. 7 the
first nature reserve for Biblical
animals was opened to the public
in the Negev desert. 20 miles
north of the Red Sea port of Eilat
in Israel.
The e.OOO-acre desert reserve
was inaugurated in 1965 by the
Ha: Bar Society of Israel, a
private conservation agency,
primarily to save rare and en-
dan* -Is of the
A =rixr.c mission of
reserve is to save from extinction
other rare desert animals of
western Asia and northern
Africa.
The land for the reserve was
contributed by the Government
of Israel. In 1966. the Hai Bar
Society began to acquire rare
Biblical animals for breeding
purposes from American and
European zoos, animal dealers
*h live trapping in the

FUNDS FOR the acquisition
of the animals, for fencing and
maintenance of the reserve, were
privately contributed by Israelis
and by interested con-
servationists in the USA .
Europe and Africa. Today, more
than 450 rare animals inhabit the
reserve.
A few of the sought-after
species were still to be found in
I but in dangerously small
numbers. Thus, the .'-
agency and governmnt officials
instituted a campaign of
protection through strict
regulation of hunting and
through live trapping.
The once-endangered Nubian
ibex, a mountain goat, for
example, was not only saved
from extinction in this way. but
it= numbers increased almost ten-
fold in less than a decade. Today,
a herd of some 90 ibex inhabits
the Hai Bar reserve and. because
breeding has been so successful.
il surpius are now provided
for otl of the country and
for a abroad.
THE RESERVE also
compasses a herd of more >fa
one hundred very rare Dec*
gazelle, a diminutive variety of
the regions gazelle which'u
especially adapted to the desert
This is believed to be the largest
such herd "in captivity
Although the Biblical animak
are technically fenced-in, -he\
roam freely at Hai Ba: livingS
the relatively
vegetation. The;. -..^
primarily to pro:-
predatorsmost
which are dec
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ear
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And the Entire Staff At
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Extend Their Best Wishes For
A Happy New Year To All...
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EVERYONE
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A Happy New Year To All...
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WHERE SHOPPING IS A PLEASURE
Riviera Courts
Family Motel
Extends To The Entire Jewish Comrr.
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Tropics Hotel
1550 Collins Ave.. Miami Beach
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Ocean Haven Hotel
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'he Entin
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^.September 16,1977
*Jenit fkridtian
Page 21-B
enas, feral dogs and, of course,
hunters.
The only man-supplied
necessity is water, since the
S Prevents the annuals
C roaming to new water
supplies in periods of scant rain.
K addition, because of the great
L of the animals, most
lesses and injuries are still
being treated by veterinarians.
ADJACENT TO the reserve.
Ihe local kibbutz at Yotvatah has
naruc-ted a modern visitors
SSKnter with all modern
Sies and with an orientation
Sm for visitors before touring
^reserve .Tour buses and autos
via the reception center,
Admission is about one U.S.
dollar per person.
No visitors are permitted to
enter by foot in order to protect
the animals, as well as visitors.
New roads were constructed by
the Hai Bar Society this year to
accommodate vehicles without
destroying the vegetation or
damaging the environment.
The Hai Bar reserve is the
achievement of Israel's leading
conservationist, Gen. Avraham
Yoffe, a 63-year-old ex-tank
commander whose military
exploits have made him a legend
in Israel. He led the legendary
armoured attack on Sharm el-
Sheikh in the 1956 Sue/, war. But
his conservation exploits are even
more legendary.
As chairman of the private Hai
Bar Society, as well as director of
Israel's Nature Reserve
Authority, he has campaigned to
save the nation's wild flowers,
skylines, birds, animals and
prized natural settings.
THE HAI BAR reserve,
however, is his fondest dream.
Thus, he has traveled throughout
the world in the past decade,
studying nature reserves in
various parts of the world and
seeking support for the Hai Bar
project.
In late 1971. Americans of all
faiths joined (o form the Holy
I Conservation Fund, which
rovided more than a quarter
oi million dollars in support
since then.
The Fund, for example,
provided about two-thirds of the
cost of purchasing a herd of
Somali wild ass live-trapped by
the Ethiopian Government four
years ago out of fear that his
species was becoming extinct.
Total purchase cost was $90,000.
Today the Hai Bar reserve has
the only herd of this animal "in
captivitv."
AMONG THE other species
for which breeding herds have
been established at Hai Bar are
the Persian onager, the scimitar-
horned oryx, a desert antelope
now relegated to the Sahel: the
Ethiopian ostrich, the addax
antelope, a lyre-horned antelope;
and the Arabian gazelle. Both the
addax and the scimitai horned
oryx are regarded as recently
endangered as a result of the
great Sahel drought which
gravely damaged the: only
remaining wild habitats.
The next phase in the llai Bar
plan is to begin to release surplus
animals of each species into the
Negev in an effort to repopulate
the desert with these hooved
species which in i.iblical
times and in some < es as
recently as the I9tl cen-
turyflourished there. ne of
the surplus animals will ,iiso be
exchanged or sold to ZOO broad
to encourage breeding rams
bo that the specie.-- w ievor
again be endangered.
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a
Very Jjesl vi/is/tes
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KjloliJctu Reason
from the Management
and Staff
I ea* Lincoln B.oaJ-Murr.i 6ea
Tho only Ocoanfront
Apartment on Lincoln R<
i Stone, Genera! Manager
Cynthia, Tyler, Gamshire and
Lord Charles Hotels
Exti d Holiday Greetings To All
2115 M \venue, Miami Beach
Delano Hotel
b., Mil i Bi
881
11
Southgate Towers
Apartments
Vve Miami Beach 672-2412
Nathan S. Gumenick
A Happy New Yea'
Flan ng^ Plaza tel
\
Montmartre Hotel
4775 Collins Ave.. Miami Beach33140
Phone 532-1731
Holiday Greetings From
Mr. Harvey Weinberg, General Manager
Seymour Dresner, Manager
Crest Hotel
& Apartments
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy New Year
1670 James Avenue 531-0321
Breakwater Hotel
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy New Year
940 Ocean Drive 531-1184
Habana Hotel
1308 Drexel Avenue, Miami Beach
Phone 534-4763
Happy New Year
Mr and Mrs. Peter B. Sobel and Family____
Sandlen and Skolnick Families of
Haddon Hall Hotel
1500 Collins A venue 531-1251
Best To All for A Happy
And Healthy New Year _____
Broadmoor Hotel
Best Wishes To All
Ocean Terrace. Miami Bench, Florida
Phone 866-1631
BEACON HOTEL
720 Ocean Drive, Miami Bench
Phone 531-5891
AVALON HOTEL -*,??,,
700 Ocean Drive. Miami Beach M4-*
Copacabana Inn
Aian
131-5301
A Happy New Year To Ml. .
Atlantic Beach Hotel
Under New Management
Phone 534-4665
3400Collins Avenue. Miami Beach
A Happy New Year To All. .
Adams Hotel
2030 Park Avenue Phone534-2114
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Pearlson Extend Best Wishes
For A Happy New Year
Flamingo Club Hotel
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy New Year
5875 Collins Avenue 865-8645
Continental Hotel
4000 Collins Ave., Miami Beach538-6721
Happy New Year & Best Wishes to All
Sonesta Beach Hotel
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happv New Year
350 Ocean Drive 361-2021
Surfcomber Hotel
1717 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
Phone:538-7511
Holiday Greetings
Sunset Hotel
| I Miami B
Year To All. .
Twelve Caesars
Resort Motel
9449 Collins Avenue, Surfside, Florida 3
Phone 865-.;
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We v. isb our friends and patrons the comp:
of the season, Maj the coming year bi
you t he success lor which you are
si riving, t he happiness you
are craving, the good
health to enjoy
them both.
Oceanfront at 98th Street
A Happy New Year To All
nts
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CoUins Avenue 532-2511
Shelborne Hotel
ti
Catalina-Dorset Hcu is
ollins Avenue. Miami Hi
.ne 538-4
A Happy New Year To All
Fountainhead Motel
16001 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
Phone 947-2684
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy New Year
All Seasons Hotel
3621 Collins Ave.
Miami Beach, Fla. 33140-531-5821
A Happy & Prosperous New Year
To All Our Friends & Guests
Essex House
Hotel & Apartments
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy New Year
1001 Collins Avenue 534-2991
Bel-Aire Hotel
6515 CoUins Avenue Ph. 866-6511
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Brown and Family
A Happy New Year To All...
Howard Johnson's
Motor Lodge
E. End of Airport X-way
4000 Alton Rd.. Miami Beach-Phone 532-4411
A Happy New Year To All...
Rowe Motel
6600 Collins Ave, Miami Beach-866-1616
A Happy New Year from George Margolis
Dixie Atlantic
Motel
Entiri Jewish Commi
i
762 South Dixie Highwaj 66
The National Hotel
and the Koretzky Family
ill Their
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Friday, September 16
Belgrade Opera Prima Donna To Appear With Jewish Chorus Tour
i/vyfw r _____ ___.. fu,,_.jp nrofp,-or of music at
The Jewah Welfare Board
Lecture Bureau has announced
that Breda Kalef. prima donna of
the Belgrade Opera of
Yugoslavia, will join the
Belgrade Jewish Chorus on its
first tour of North America next
March.
Dr Samuel Freeman, director
of the JWB Bureau, said that
requests for the chorus have
already started to come in
Communities wishing to book it
can make arrangements with the
JWB Lecture Bureau. New York.
in advance. The cost of the tour is
subsidized by the Republic of
Serbia, the City of Belgrade, and
the Government of Yugoslavia
KALEF IS a mezzo-soprano A
graduate of the Academy of
Musk in Belgrade, she received
her advanced training at the
Benedetto Marcello Con-
servatory in Venice She is one of
the founders of the Braca
Academy Students Will Perform
At Annual Succoth Luncheon Meet
TIm Ina of the Hebrew
Academy of Greater Miam. -*...
perform at the annual Succot
hincheor. meeting of the Hebr*-*
Academv Women The
Pr-ursday, Sept 29. at
- a: :r.e Sea Gull Hotel.
Tickets can be obtained at th of the Hebrew Academy
"'. ---. Miami Bead)
Baruh"' Choir as the Belgrade
Jewish Chorus is known and
sang all the solo parts with it
until her debut with the Belgrade
Opera She still participates as a
soloist in the choir's concerts on
special occasions, as she wul do
on the North American tour.
She has appeared throughout
Europe and in Asia. Africa, and
the United States in such roles as
Marina in Boris Godunov;"
CHga in Eugene Onegin:"
Paulina in Queen of Spades:
Delilah in Samson and Delilah:"
Carmen: Azucena in "II
Trovatore; Adalgisa in
Norma: Charlotte in "Wr-
ther: Dulcinea in Don
Quixote."
The conductor of the Belgrade
Jewish Chorus is Kamenko Benc.
professor of music at the
Academy of Higher Education of
Teachers in Belgrade. Berk has
conducted concerts throughout
Yugoslavia and abroad anc-nas
been associated with lhe
Yugoslav Institute for the Study
of Teaching and Education and
with the Musicological Institute
of the Serbian Academy of
Science and Art.
THE BELGRADE Jewish
Chorus performs in Hebrew.
English and Yiddish and also
presents Serbo-Croat and
Macedonian folk songs.
Aleksandar Levy is president of
the choir.
The North American tour is co-
sponsored by JWB and the
Association of Yugoslav Jews in
the United States. Inc.
BREAD KALEF
Do You Know?
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HASIDISM
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The Hajaebe uic is proper? axmomc
ueroa fcfoa
A a heipa raise dmne spares
B % a told by relipous peop
C the radchk a a holy mac
D it is told Has .die taka an cbdacue in the
A reat* theorwcal poattjona
that they
B ajterpret daily occurrences
C provide exegeucal hmta
D portray a type of undentaading of cosmic and com-
munal organization
3 Narrating a tale was thought to be beneficial because
A Haaaiim like to hear stone*
B yMiltim were flattered by the praise
C one might recreate the recited events
D it helped spread the Hassdjc message
4 By emphasizing the mystical power of tales Hasidism
A euieiged as a popular mysticism
B diluted the power of mysticazr.
C aroused the enmity of rabbuusm
D eschewed the wnting of books
5 HasidK tales differed from earlier Jewish tales in that they
A were told in Yiddish
B were for every one
C were recited only on Saturday
D were short
TRUE OR FALSE:
'. Narrating tales was considered by Haidim a type of re-
ligious behavior
2 Hasidic tales are distinguishable from rabbinic tales in that
the zaddik a the hero
3 Tht '-.grincance of Hasidic tales resides in the degree of ac-
curacy ".hey possess.
4 I r. early Hasidism the zaddik told tales in praise of himself
5 Hasidic tales reflect a devotional type of piety
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SHSAVSNT
We wish
off our friends
a happy /\and healthy
New/ \Year
Atlantic
Hosiery Inc.
4705 Ndrthwest 132nd Street,
Opa-Locka 33154
685-7617
Charade Restaurant
2900 Ponce de Leon Blvd. 448-6077
AND
kaleidoscope Restaurant
3112 Commodore Plaza 446-5010
Extend To The Entire Jewish Community
A Yen- Happy New Year
Terrace Restaurant
Open 5 a.m. to 7 pm.
Seven Days A Week
1128 NE 1st Ave.. Miami-Phone 379-7439
A Happy Sew Year To All
Marshall Majors
Restaurant-Delicatessen-Appetizers-Caterers
6901 Red Road. Coral Gables. Florida 33143
Phone: 665-3661
A Happy Sen: Year To All_________
CONCH SHELL
(Formerly Big Al s Bar-B-Quel
Would you like to invest money
in the Conch Shell Restaurant
Please Call Mr. George Major
3634 Grand Avenue Phone 448-6247
China Maid
Restaurant
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happ\ Sen. Year
9280 Bird Road 226-0331
Stage Door Restaurant
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Yen.' Happv New Year
6611 South Dixie Highway Phone: 666-3505
Golden Buddha
Chinese Restaurant
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy Sew Year
12395 Biscavne Boulevard 891-3399
trappy ^W ^a to ^ft V ^Ttiaids
xttam Monetise and" 92ouis ^llitfcm
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IN TOWER 41
4101 Pinetree Drive, Miami Beach
673-8308
A Happy and Prosperous New Year!
La Crepe, the ONLY
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OPEN SEVEN DAYS
11:30a.m. to 9 p.m.
DADELAND MALL
Kendall Drive
* U.S. 1
(By Jordan Morsh)
Dade Restaurant
Repair Shop
Restaurant Equipment. Repairs and Supplies
2319 N.W. 7 Avenue, Miami
Phone: 573-5888 A Happy Sen Yea'ToAi
Asti's Restaurant
468 Arthur Godfrey Rd.. Miami Beach. Fla
For Reservationa 534-2470 1T JJJ
A Happy Sew Year To All CUISINE
Reopen for your dining pleasure.
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Auctioneers and Appraisers
Licensed, Bonded, and Insured
Florida's Leodmg Auctioneers
Extend A Happy New Year To All
750 NE 195 Street
651-0101
Holiday Greetings From. .
Earl V. Wilson Company and
Spradley, Riley and Slaughter Co.
Merchandise BrokersMiami. Jacksonville.
Tampa. Orlando. Atlanta and Albany. Georgia
Good Wishes on the New Year
to the Jewish Community
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rrm. & rrms. aathuR qossb6rq
rriR. & nips. Leo hack
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SYNAGOGUE
Wishes All Its Friends
Happy IVew Year
President Richard Levy
Rabbi Barry Tabachnikoff
9075 S.W. 87th Ave.
595-1500
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Q. We are looking for the
most economical flight to
Los Angeles. We don't need
hotels or sightseeing as we
HI be visiting relatives.
ui
Would it be best for us to
deal directly with the airlines
or use a travel agent? How
about train travel across the
country, is it still possible
Best Insurance
Agency, Ltd.
350 Lincoln Road-Phone: 538-4647
Miami Beach. Florida 33139
Extends To The
Entire Jewish
Community A Very
Happy New Year
Beach T.V.
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy New Year
1232 Normandy Drive 868-7498
Free Estimates
and how long does it take?
This will be our first trip out
west and we would like to
stop in a couple of other
cities, but we're concerned
about air fares. Any
suggestions ?
A Travel agents and
airlines charge the same
price for the same tickets,
only difference is that
dealing with a travel agent is
a person-to-person
relationship which most
travelers prefer.
Check on the new (starting
mid-September) unlimited
mileage fares being offered
by Eastern and National
airlines. They require ad-
vance purchase but carry no
penalty if you have to cancel.
The fare allows you to stop
at any or all cities along the
airline route as long as you
don't backtrack and
stopover in the same city
more than once. Cost is $299,
but remember you can't
change airlines along the
way. If you start with
Eastern, for instance, your
entire trip must be on
Eastern. You also must plan
your travel dates in advance
so the ticket is not rewritten
along the route.
I 'm sure other airlines will
be offering similar fares by
the time you read this
column, so fly the one which
takes in the places you want
to visit.
As for train time across
the country, it varies with
connections along the way.
Through trains from the
southeast to the west are not
available so it could take
three or four days for the rail
trip. Check this one with
your travel agent or Amtrak.
Got a travel question?
.Write to THE TOTAL
TRAVELER c/o The
Jewish Floridian, P. O. Box
012973, Miami, Florida
33101. General interest
questions will be answered in
this column. Only letters
with a self-addressed
stamped envelope will be
answered personally. Please
allow 4 to 6 weeks for a reply.
A Happy and Prosperous Now Year to oor Customers and Friends
A Pleasure to five, a Joy to receive, when
nothing; But the Beet will do .
Famous White's Candies of Surf side Inc.
9467 Harding Avenue, Surfside Telephone 861-1691
Biscayne Furniture
Mfg. Co.
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy New Year
100 NE 28th Street Phone: 573-0540
\JT1> To The Entire Jewish Community
Office Personnel Pool
Serving both job applicant & client company.
Providing highly qualified secretaries and general
office personnel on a daily, weekly or seasonal
basis. We have immediate needs in all areas of
Dade County.
Call Mrs. Soler 651-6464
633 NE 167th Street. N.M.B.
Temporary Help Since 1946
Arthur's Jewelry
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy New Year
234 Seybold Building Phone: 379-0402
Best Wishes for a Happy and
Healthy New Year to the
Entire Jewish Community
Old Europe Inn
Restaurant
324 S. Federal Highway,
Dania, Florida
925-9412
Best wishes for a Peaceful and
Happy Rosh Hashanah
Gem Tegs Inc.
301 East 10th Avenue,
Hialeah 33010
885-0554
The Men's Club
OF THE
MIAMI JEWISH HOME
AND HOSPITAL
FORTHEAGED
(Douglas Gardens)
151 NE 52nd Street, Miami
Wishes to extend best wishes for
A Happy, Healthy and Peaceful New Year
to all people throughout the world
From Lawrence Silverman, President
The Executive Board and all its Members
MR. & MRS. LEON SALZVERG
and SONS
;--
Extend Best Wishes For a
Happy and Healthy New Year
To AU Our Friends and Relatives
and to The Members of the
Jewish Defense League
Best Wishes For a
jl^^l^l
Grove Marine
Construction Company,
Inc.
Engineering Contractors Foundation Pilings -
Docks Piers Also Seawalls
12980 Northwest 30th Avenue, Opa-Locka 33054
Phone:688-8611
Best Wishes for a Happy,
Healthy and Peaceful New Year
Peter Seafoods
7720 Northwest 76th Avenue, Medley 33166 Phone: 888-8375
For You and Yours
"A Happy and Glorious
New Year"
Miami Beach
Medical Center
1218 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach 33139 532-4122


A Hippy New Year To All!
ILO Refuses to Accept Proposal i^*g2KS2?;
B> 36EPH POLAKOFF
WAS -IINGTOS IJTAJ -
The Ur :tc Situs a ciearry dis-
appomt-d by the refusal of the
Pale*t_-.e LaSeration Organiza-
tion i Central Council and iu
leader. Yasir Arafat, to accept
President Carter's proposal fcr
tasks but is hopeful' the
terrorist organization will change
iu
Theae expressions at the State
Department came last Friday
after spokesman Hodding Ctner
came under repeated questioning
at to why the Department has
criticized Israel for as positions
while it has declined to discuss
Arab actions and views, par-
ticularly those of the PLO
We remain hopeful the PLO
will indeed accept" United
Nations Security Council
Resolution 242. Carter said at one
point in the extended
questioning
AT ANOTHER, when he was
asked what had happened after
Saudi Arabia and others had told
the United States the PLO would
accept the resolution. Carter
remarked there is no way to
report" on the PLO s decision.
We counted on aD parties m
the Middle East to go along for t
refui resolution of the conflict,
said. Clearly, we are dis-
appointed that the PLO
decision makes it less possible
The spokesman's comments
came after almost a week passed
since the PLO Council meeting in
Damascus rejected Carter's offer
to open contacts with the
terrorist leaders if they would
accept Resolution 242. with it*
own reservations that in effect
watered t down and after Arafa:
1 Moscow had accused the US
of torpedoing the Geneva con-
ference bv refusing to agree that
the PLO'participate b that con-
ference wkhout first agreeing to
adhere to Resolution 242.
ON OTHER questions.
Hodding Carter was mainfy
sOent. He had no comment on
a report the PLO had approached
the US through third partiea on
an undetermined formula that
the US rejected He also refused
to discuss the manifesto of the
Lebanese Christian Front that
the Palestinian Arabs in Lebanon
be redistributed among Arab
countries as a solution to the
conflict within Lebanon.
When an Arab reporter asked
for l'.S reaction to reports protn-
neody ^ataentfrl here on Israeli
moves to establish more settle-
meou. both urban and rural in a
security pka lor the West Bank
suggested by Agriculture
Sinister Araei Sharon, bead of
the mn^stena^ settlement com-
mittee, which was reported last
"Thursday Moorv. Carter
repoed. "Thai is not anlsrael:
plan, it is a newspaper report-
HE ADDED, unless there is a
formal published report" he
would not comment- However, he
md***"*1 that the U S position
on Israel: settlements remained
one of oooosition.
Carter also turned asde a
report that Egypt a gearing a
resolution at the United Nations
General Assemhhr luror this
month to attack Israel's West
Bank settlements
Finalh- when reporters asked
Carter wfav ihe State Department
engages in a "double standard
of attacking Israel but with-
holding criticism of the Arabs.
Carter denied that such a
standard was followed, but he
acknowledged that we deal with
the parties indifferent ways."
Happy
STew Year
To All Of Tom
From All Of Us
I
Sept 5 Nov. 5
BISCATNE DOG TRACK
Just ol-9S at llSth Street
1977-5738
Sincere best wishes for a
healthy, happy, prosperous New Year



The new Prime Minister congratuled by well- wishers Election night.

STORY OF THE YEAR

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Menachem Begin (right) at Alon Moreh with (left to right)
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Jewish Floridian
Fnday, September 16,1977 Section C
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MENACHEM BEGIN has no doubt about it.
The years he spent as underground commander of
the Irgun Zvei Leumi (Organization of Freedom
Fighters) in the struggle for Israel's independence
were most rewarding.
Even the prospect of becoming Israel's sixth
Prime Minister cannot overshadow the privilege
of having led these freedom fighters in the
struggle for independence.
INEVITABLY, as Israel's first non-labor
Prime Minister prepares to take office, the foreign
press has concentrated upon those years when he
was Commander of the Irgun Zvei Leumi. living
underground with a price on his head. And,
inevitably, foreign reports of those days come
from Britain which, as the imperial power against
whom Mr. Begin fought, sought to denounce him
as a terrorist.
In fact, the acts of terrorism under the British
mandate came from Arab attacks against Jews,
such as the Hebron massacres of 1929 or the
ambush of the Hadassah medical convoy in which
78 doctors, nurses and others were killed.
(Indiscriminate attacks against innocent victims
remain part of the pattern of Arab terror. I
Even though it was at odds with the "official''
forces of the Jewish community in the struggle
for freedom, carrying out a more militant
program against the British, the Irgun carefully
limited its targets to military ones and was
always concerned with the saving of lives.
THUS, when the Irgun blew up the wing ol
Jerusalem's King David Hotel housing the
British military administration, a telephone
message was sent advising the British that the
explosives had been planted and asking them to
evacuate the building. (Given the message, the
Briton in charge refused to order the evacuation
saying that he gave orders to the Jews and didn't
take orders from them.)
Again, after the Arab village of Dir Yassin had
become a center of Arab forces maintaining
pressure on the Tel Aviv Jerusalem road,
the Irgun, together with other groups, launched
an attack to safeguard the route to Jerusalem.
The element of surprise was surrendered by
having a truck bearing a loudspeaker precede the
troops, advising the Dir Yas9in civilians to
evacuate their village, and hundreds of them did.
In the bitter fighting that followed, about one-
third of the attacking force became casualties as
buildings serving 89 Arab terrorist strongholds
were gradually overwhelmed and destroyed. Only
then, was it learned, that some civilians had
remained in these buildings and lost their lives in
the battle.
The principle of locating military strongposts
vin civilian centers in order to exploit Israel's
"softness" in trying to avoid civilian casualties
seems to be basic to the Arab terror
organizations.
A HIGHLY-COLORED version of the Dir
Yassin battle, which was fought to keep the vital
road between Jerusalem and the coast open, was
then disseminated by both Arab and British
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sources, apparently determined to paint the Irgun
as black as possible regardless of the facts.
On the fifth anniversary of the battle. Yunes
Ahmed Assad of Dir Yassin wrote in the Jordan
Dails "Al Urdan. 'April 9. 1953) The Jews
never intended to hurt the population of the
village but were forced to do so after they_met
hostile fire from the population which killed the
Irgun commander.' ________.^^___
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. one recalls the atmosphere of those
davs. Six million Jews had just been slaughtered
in the Nazi Holocaust. The pitiful remnants from
the European camps desperately sought to leave
the continent which had become a mass
graveyard for them.
THE BRITISH seemed equally determined to
keep them out of their homeland. While the
Haganah. Irgun and more extreme 'Sfem'' guP
disagreed on tactics, all were determined in
opposing the British imperial power and
struggling for freedom.
Menahem Begin, himself, was bom in Poland
where he became the head of Betar. the youth
movement of the Zionist revisionist movement
founded by Zeev Jabotinsky.
Arrested with the outbreak of World War II.
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Begin was in both Polish and Russian prisons
before coming to Palestine with Gen. An
Polish Army in Exile. In 1944 he went
derground.' becoming Commander of the Irgun
whose activist stand was opposed by the more
moderate leadership of the Jewish community
AS A freedom fighter, Begin said later
"everything I did was for the freedom of the
Jewish people, which had never known mercy
from any persecutor." He also stressed that as a
freedom fighter he never opposed freedom for
others, or denied the right of any other people to
exist unlike the Arab terrorists who openly call
for the destruction of Israel.
Once Israel's independence had been achieved.
Begin established the Herut (Freedom) Party
which he has since headed. It has always been
part of the active opposition in the Knesset
(Parliament.)
Herut took a particularly strong stand against
Israel's acceptance of West German reparations
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for the Nazi Holocaust and led the unsuccessful
opposition in the Knesset and in public
demonstrations against it.
In 1967, just prior to the outbreak of the Six-
Day War, a National Unity government was
formed and Mr. Begin joined it as Minister
without Portfolio.
HIS HERUT party* had meanwhile joined
with the Liberal Party to form the Herut-Liberal
Block (Gahall. Begin led Gahal out of the
National Unity Government in 1971 after the
government accepted the so-called Rogers Plan of
the then American Sercretary of State.
By the 1973 elections, Gahal had been joined by
several smaller parties in organizing the Likud
which ermerged as the main opposition in the
Knesset.
Israel Digest
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the BeGin Cae6o
.4s u freedom fighter,"Begin said
later, "everything I did was for the
freedom of the Jewish people, which
had never known mercy from any
persecuter." He also stressed that as a
freedom fighter he never opposed
freedom for others, or denied the right
of any other people to exist unlike the
Arab terrorists who openly call for the
destruction of Israel
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MR. HERBERT ELUS
and Family
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The Norman Emmers
and Family
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RICHARD FINK
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tnrll'"^ an abstract domestic poncy Dsssd on
Socialist tradition, which the large numbers ot
young and poor voting for the first time
other didn't grasp or didn't care about, writes
Prof Weiss.
But
was not,__
strategy, but the denouement of a process which
the Haifa professor says began in the mid-sixties
wah the creation of Ran. and ended with the
abandonment' of the Alignment by the young,
the intellectuals and the poorer Oriental sections
of the community
In 1965. a group of Labor stalwarts, lead by
David Ben-Gurion. Shimon Peres and Mosh'e
Dayan. broke away from the party's mainstrea-
to form a new grouping. Rafi. based on a more
hawkish foreign policy. Professor Weiss say;
move was the first major step in gra.-."...-.:
legitimacy to the Likud because the voters saw
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DR. AND MRS.
ALVIN F.GARDNER and
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key man to emerge
ARYE DULZIN
role still clarifying
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well-respected, ostensibly socialist minded
politicians, breaking away from Labor to form
party more akin to the right-wing groups.
WITH THE death of Ben-Gurion. Labor was
without an inspiring, messianic figure who could
appeal to the nationalistic aspirations of the
masses. This was alright, so long as the political
climate here remained relatively calm. But the
1973 War changed all that.
The wars aftermath saw the voters turn in-
ward and the introspection caused them to
perceive a society degenerating economically,
socially, and culturally,"' writes Weiss.
In such situations, there is a tendency tofind
salvation in nationalist movements lead by a
populist personality. And Weiss writes that the
Israeli population perceived former Irgun leader
Menachem Begin as the rightful heir to Ben-
Gurion's messianic mantle.
IT SHOULD be added that the dismal
economic situation of Israel did nothing to
enhance Labors image. About the only thing the
Alignment boasted about in the campaign was its
foreign policy based on a harmonious American
connection. And President Carters ill-timed
statements threatening that relationship, helped
nail down the lid on the party's fate.
The defection from Labor cut across all shades
of the nations social spectrum, but was most
pronounced in the three groups mentioned
previously, the professor continues.
The "alienation" of the Oriental community
resulted almost totally in a shift to the Likud. The
young also opted largely for Begins group.
though a small percentage of that alienation
found tea way to Yigal Yadin's Democratic
Movement for Social Change and some left-wing
groups like Sheli.
TOWNS LIKE Kiryat Shemona and Dimona.
containing large percentages of young voters and
Oriental groups witnessed a 50 percent defection
from the Alignment.
Meanwhile, states Weiss, the success of
Yadin's group was mostly due to votes from
middle income, educated Ashkenazim, especially
the intellectuals who felt shut out from Labor's
old and stagnating party bureaucracy.
Sections of Haifa, with a large Ashkenazi
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and Family
New Year Greetings
MR. and MRS. LOUIS HYMSON
SHERYL, STUART and SUAN
Wish Their Friends a Happy New Year
Mr. and Mra. E. Jan Jacob!
and Family
Wish All Their Friends a Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Jacobs
and Son Stuart
Wish All Their Friends a Happy New Year
Dr. and Mrs. George Jacobaon
and Family
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Max Jacobaon
and Children
Mr. and Mrs. Alan Jacobaon
and daughter, Keri Leigh
and Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Jacobaon and
daughters Laura Serene and Leslie
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mra. Paul Indianer
and Family
Happy New Year To All
Dr. and Mra. Mortimer Isaackson
and Family
Wish All Their Friends
A Happy New Year
Mr. and Mra. Jerry lean
and Family
Wish All Their Friends
A Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Kalman Jablon
and Family
New Year Greetings
Jennie and Louis Janowitz
Wish All Their Friends
A Happy New Year
Mrs. Edythe D. Jiser
and Mother
Mrs. Bertha D. Davidson
Wish Their Friends a Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Jonas
and Family
Wish Their Friends a Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Kafln
and Family
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Happy New Year
Mra. Leon Kaplan Mr. and Mrs. Richard I.
Brlckman Karen, Patti and Kenneth Mr. and
Mrs. Edwin M. Ginsburg Lynn, Susan and
Donald Mr. and Mrs. Stanley M. Kaplan Katie
Lee Wish Their Relatives and P riends
A Happy New Year____
Herman and Elinor Kaler
Wish All Their Friends
A Happy New Year
The
Joaeph H. Kanter Family
Wish All Their Friends a Happy New Year
Mr. and Mra. Paul M. Kaaden
and Family
Wish Their Friends a Happy New Year


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population, voted heavily for the DMC, according
to the Ha areU article.
THUS THE rise of the Likud resulted from
disenchantment among the less educated, and the
rise of Yadin's group resulted from disen-
chantment among the society's upper strata.
In the Kibbutz Artzi Kibbutzim, normally
Mapam strongholds, there was a fair vote for
Bheli. And in the Ichud Kibbutzim, normally
'rongholds for Mapai Labor's mainstream
-m .-.as a considerable defection to Yadin's
DMC The latter vote offers proof that whereas
Rafi was a revolt among Labor's right-wing
twelve years ago, the DMC now signifies a revolt
among the party's center. *
With the religious parties garnering only half of
the Orthodox vote in previous elections, the
Moshe Dayan: Long a proponent
of change ____
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Kates
and Family
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Happy New Year
DR. ALLEN and JOANNE KATZ
ELLIOT, BRADLEY and KIMBERLY
Wish All Their Friends
A Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Kaye
and Children
Wish All Their Friends a Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. David Kayton
Mark, Matthew and Pamela
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Happy New Year
Mrs. Desiderio Kellerman
and Family
Wish All Their Friends a Happy New Year
Lou and Joan Klelnman
and Family
Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Harry J. Knight
and Family
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Happy New Year
MR. NATHAN KOLIN
Wishes A Happy New Year
To His Daughter llene in Miami Beach
and Son Bernard in Rochester, N.Y.
and All His Family in Israel
Max, Billie and Norman Kern
Donna, Steven and Scott Bloom
Wish All Their Friends
A Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. William Kesselman
and Children
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Kirsner
and Family
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Happy New Year
MR. and MRS. ANDOR KLEIN
Wish Their Friends a Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Klein
and Family
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Klelnberg
and Family
Wish All Their Friends
A Happy New Year
Rabbi and Mrs. Abraham Korf
and Family
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
MR. SAMUEL KOSMAN
Wishes His Friends
A Happy New Year
MRS. JACOB KOTLER
and Family
Happy New Year to All Our Friends
Mr. and Mrs. George N. Kotin
and Family
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Dr. and Mrs. Lawrence B. Krasne
and Family
Wish All Their Friends
A Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Rafael Kravec
and Children
Saul, Rosalind, Deborah and Brenda
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Steven J. Kravltz
and Mark and Joseph
Wish Their Friends a Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Krinzman
and Family
Wish Their Friends a Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Saul Krongold
and Family
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Kronhelm
Wish All Their Friends
A Happy New Year
general prognosis has been in recent days that
their excellent showing was another indication of
lack of enthusiasm for the Alignment, in this case
demonstrated by the Orthodox. Also, in a society
that many here consider in poor health, issues like
eligious education gain in significance among the
jbservant.
WHAT DOES it all mean? It means that
(parties favoring or condoning absorption of Judea
Ed Samaria into the State now have a majority
the Knesset. It also means there is a Knesset
w rid of a powerful leftist element, though most
voters don't perceive that.
Professor Weiss visualizes the possibility of an
Alignment including the DMC and even Sheli.
But there will be plenty of time for speculation.
These days call for analysis and redefinition of
, interests, ideals and political structures. ________
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Q. Kronowltz
and Family
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Kushner
and Family
Wish Their Friends s Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Kuttler
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Landsman
and Family
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Happy New Year
Mr. George Laskin
and Family
Mel, Ronland Linda
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Lawrence
and Family
Wish All Their Friends
A Happy New Year
Dr. and Mrs. Mark J. Lazarus
and Family
Wish All Their Friends
A Happy New Year
MRS. RICHARD E. LEAR
Wishes All of Her Friends
A Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Lei court
and Family
Wish Their Friends a Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Donald E. Lefton
and Family
Wish All Their Friends a Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Al Leibert
and Family
Wish Their Friends a Happy New Year
Judge and Mrs. J. David Liebman
and Children
Laura, Henry and Rosanna
Wish All Their Friends a Happy New Year
Mr. Martin Leibowitz
Wishes His Relatives and Friends
A Happy New Year


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Friday, September 16,1977
A SIMPLE three-letter word has a
stranglehold on America. Oil.
A new force in world politics has been created
It has shaken world alliances. It has upset the
economies of nations, large and small. Jobs,
homes and family life are threatened. The freedom
of our country- to independently conduct its inter-
national and domestic affairs is at stake.
"We must act now to cope with a crisis that
could overwhelm us."
THESE ARE the words of the President of the
United States. In his urgent message on April 20.
1977. he warned the American people that we
were in the crucial eleventh hour in our battle
against the shortage of energy The energy crisis
is a description of the battle, but the petrodollar is
the weapon.
The fact is that the greatest nation in the
world, the most powerful force known to civilized
man and the most unique system of democratic
:::
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Oil: key Wor6 in
lsRael's political |
And national SuRvival
By RABBI JOSEPH P STERN'STEIN
President. Zionist Organization of America
government yet devised, ia losing ita indepen-
dence as it struggles in the grip of Arab nations
who are determined to influence our future.
On April 13. 1973, the Zionist Organization of
America first called upon the United States to
recognize the urgency of the problem. In an
advertisement in The New York Times, the ZOA
asked the President and Congress to initiate a
crash program for the development of domestic
sources of energy which would ultimately free this
country from dependence on foreign supplies of
fuel.
THE ZOA had the foresight to publish, as early
as 1973. a report on the energy crisis. "Its
Ramifications for the United States and the State
of Israel.' which included this cogent obser-
vation: "The United States simply cannot
afford to be so dependent on such a distant and
unstable region for its energy supplies which are
vital for its defense and home needs. So much
Continued on Page 10-C
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Leigh
and Family
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Lelchuk
and Son Steven
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Happy New Year
Judge and Mrs. Sheldon N. Lelchuk
and Son, Ira
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Happy and Healthy New Year
Mrs. Joseph C. Lerner
and Family
Wish Their Friends a Happy New Year
Mrs. Sol H. Leslie
and Family
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Happy. Healthy ana Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Lesselroth
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Burton Levey
and children Beth, Jeff and Jodie
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
MRS. MANUEL M. LEVIN
Wishes All Her Friends a Happy New Year
Mrs. Nathaniel M. Levin
and Family
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Levine
and Family
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Allan N. Levine
and Sons Mitchell and Bradley
Wish All Their Friends a Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Levy
Wish Everyone a Happy New Year
MRS. ROBERTS. LEVY
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends a Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Libasci
and Family
Wish Their Friends a Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Maximo N. Lichy
and Family
Wish All Their Friends
A Happy New Year
MR. NATHAN MALISOFF
Wishes His Friends
A Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Mandell
and Family
Wish All Their Friends
A Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Mandler
and Family
Wish Their Friends a Happy New Year
Alan and G wen Margolis
and Family
Wish All Their Friends
A Happy New Year
Mrs. Isidore Liebhober
and Family
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Levinson
and Family
Wish All Their Friends
A Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Murray Levrant
and children Howard and Debbie
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Happy New Year
Dr. and Mrs. Philip Margolesky
and Family
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
MR. DAVID B.LIEBMAN
Wishes All His 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. Samuel Lipton
and Family
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. William Liss
and Family
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Edward V. Lustig
and Family
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Wallace N. Maer
and Family
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Happy New Year
Dr. and Mrs. Irwin H. Makovsky
and Family
Wish All Their Friends a Happy New Year
MR. and MRS. JOSEPH MALEK
ADAM and ROBYN
Wish Their Friends a Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Mayer
and Family
Wish Their Friends a Happy New Year
Mrs. Ann Menaker
and Family
Wish Their Friends a Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Mentz
Wish Their Friends and Neighbors
A Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Hal Mermel
Danny and Robbi
Wish Their Friends a Happy New Year
MRS. ANNA B.MEYERS
Wishes Her Friends a Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Howard A. Mesh
and Ronna and Scott
New Year Greetings to All Our Friends
Mrs. Benjamin (Frankie) Miller
Wishes Relatives and Friends
A Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Miller
and Family
Wish Their Friends a Happy New Year


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Mr. and Mrs. Leon Ornstein
and Family
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Paige
and Family
Wish Their Friends a Happy New Year
L'Shana Tova
from
Patti and Alan Mintz
Mr. and Mrs. David Misonznick
and Family
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred I. Moss
and Family
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Happy New Year
Rabbi and Mrs. Norman Mussman
Maria and Jay
Extend Their New Year Greetings
to the Beth Torah Family
and the Jewish Community
JOHN and SONIA MYERS
of 1108 Washington Street, Hollywood
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Julian Nacron
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Nathanson
and Family
Wish Their Friends a Happy New Year
Mayor and Mrs. Theodore R. Nelson
Bay Harbor Islands
Wish Their Friends a Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Neumann
and Family
Wish Their Friends a Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Newmark
and Family
Happy New Year
Sandi and Allan Nirenberg
Steve, Jodi, Bruce, Janice
and Dawn
Wish All Their Friends
A Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Nissel
and Family
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Norton
and Family
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Novins
and Family
Happy New Year
Dr. and Mrs. S. Nussbaum
and Family
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ober
and Heidi Lee
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Julio Oberlender
and Family
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin B. Oppenheim
Wish All Their Friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
BERNIEPALLANT
Children and Grandchildren
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Happy New Year
MRS. JACK PALLOT
MR. and MRS. RICHARD J. HORWICH
Mitchell, Francineand Ronald
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
MRS. SONIA PANTELIOT
Wishes All Her Friends
A Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Pardo
Alissa, Jeffrey and Stevan
Wish Their Friends a Happy New Year
MR. and MRS.
SAMUEL PASCOE
Wish Their Friends
A Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Patterson
and Family
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Pawliger
and Daughter Erin
Wish All Their Friends a Happy New Year
The String of Pearls
Dr. and Mrs. Arthur Pearl
and children Michael, Marc,
Celia, Samuel and Max
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Pechenik
and Family
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Howard N. Pelzner
and Family
Wish Their Friends a Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Morton Perlman
and Family
Wish Their Friends a Happy New Year
Dr. and Mrs. Samuel D. Perlman
and Children
Shari, Heidi and Lanle
Wish All Their Friends
A Happy New Year


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Continued from Page vC
power vested in the oil-producing countries
c*zr.ot but have an impact on the shaping of
American Middle Eastern policy, to the detriment
of America's vital interests in that area and
certainly to the detriment of I sraeL "
Have we moved forward to avoid the encircle-
ment by those determined to bend our will and
manipulate our direction? The fact is that
America has failed to harness ha technological
strength, combine it with Yankee ingenuity and
rally traditional American determination to
successfully meet this critical test.
A SOUND program of energy for the United
States is a vital necessity which transcends par-
tisan persuasiona. The American economy
requires huge supplies of energy. Without it. the
-.-.- tad machinery of industrial and agricultural
production become idle and the subsequent
unemployment can be disastrous. Economic up-
heaval has a special and ominous, connotation for
Jewish communities everywhere. Demagogues
and dictators have always capitalized on
economic and social disorder by using scapegoats
to gain power.
It is abundantly clear that oil and petrodollars
are weapons that have influenced Europe and
Japan to turn against Israel. This same weapon is
now being used to alienate the United States from
Israel.
While the Arab boycott is not the subject of
this article, it has a direct relationship with Arab
manipulation of energy sources to create dis-
sention among Americans.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Partnoy
and Family
Wish Their Friends a Happy New Year
Mr. and Mra. Louis Pllier
and Family
Wish All Their Friends a Happy New Year
Dr. and Mrs. David Q. Plnoeky
and children Sammy and Susie
Wish All Their Family and Friends
A Happy New Year
Dr. and Mrs. Ahrin L. Philipson
and Family
Wish Their Friends a Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Plotkin,
Ben, Loren and Amy
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
MR. and MRS. RAYMOND POLSTEIN
and FAMILY
Wish Their Friends a Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Pont
Dr. Edwin Stephen Pont
Dr. and Mr*. Steven Jay Oxler
Wish Their Friends a Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. David Post
and Family
New Year Greetings
Mrs. Chariot (Matilda) Ratner
New Year Greetings
Mr. and Mra. Lee Ratner
and Family
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Roinhard
and Family
Wish Their Friends a Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Rtinhard
and Family
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Victor Reiter
and Family
Wish All Their Friends a Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Phil Revitz
and Family
Wish All Their Friends
A Happy New Year
Dr. and Mrs. Paul Richman
and Family
Wish All Their Friends a Happy New Year
Mr. and Mra. Sam Rauch
and Family
Wish All Their Friends a Happy New Year
Mr. and Mra. Bernard Rein
and Family
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Happy New Year
MR. and MRS. MORRIS REIFFEN
Wish Their Friends a Happy New Yr
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Rieger
and Family
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Rlfkin
and Family
Wish All Their Friends a Happy New Year
Mr.andMrs.SamRlfkin
and Family
New Year Greetings to Ail Our Friends
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Rlzikow
and Family
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Robbins
and Family
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Happy New Year
Mr. and Mra. Letter Rogers
Wish All Their Friends
A Happy New Year
Friday. Septe-
A DOUBLE-SPREAD paid ad-
opposing anti-boycott laws in The WaU Si
Journal, Thursday. April 14. 1977. is a blatant
example of this dissention. After stating. Even
the most ardent Israeli supporters do not want
their activities to be identified with the loss of
half a million American jobs.' this advertisement
by a leading American industrial complex went
on to threaten. The anti-Israel backlash from
such an event yes. it could easily become an
anti-Semitic backlash could be tragic'
The implication that if Americans support anti-
boycott legislation, it could lead us to being
deprived of oil, is a thinly veiled threat. Yet. on
the pretext that it speaks on behalf of American
interests, we witness in the ad an appeal to hate, a
commodity our country can ill afford.
ARAB COUNTRIES that have benefited so'
richly from oil price increases are now attempting
to coerce American citizens into violating the civil
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Roten
and Daugher Renee Snarl
of 7940 Camino Circle,
Kings Creek Village, Miami
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Happy and Healthy New Year
Cynthia Rosenberg
and Sons
Jeffrey, Eric, Adam and Howard
New Year Greetings
To Our Relatives and Friends
Mr. and Mrs. Letter M. Rosenberg
and Family
Wish Their Friends A Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs.
MANNY ROSENBERG
GAYLE AND ELIZABETH
Wish Their Family and Friends
A Happy New Year
MR. and MRS. SIDNEY ROSENBERG
and Son Larry
MR. and MRS. CHAIM SIEGEL
and Daughters Zisa Leah and Chaya Ester
Extend Greetings for
A Healthy and Happy New Year
To All Their Friends and Family
MR. ABE ROOD
Wishes His Relatives and Friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Itldor Roaa
and Family
Wish All Their Friend a a Happy New Year
Dr. and Mrs. Morton Rotenbluth
and Family
Wish All Their Friends a Happy New Year
Dr. and Mrs. Hyman Rotenkranz
Dr. Allan Margolia
and Entire Staff
A Happy New Year to All Our Friends
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Rotoff
and Family
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Barrett Rothenberg
and children Larry, Lori and Mark
Happy New Year to Our Relatives and Friends
Mr. and Mra. Herbert Rubin
and Family
Wish All Their Friends a Happy New Year
Mr. and Mra. Irving Rubin
and Family
Wish Their Friends a Happy New Year


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iritrhts of their fellow citizens as a condition of do-
ling business.
The primary Arab Boycott against Israel is not
merely the refusal of one country to deal with its
enemy, but rather a global effort to wage
economic warfare against Israel. Through a
secondary boycott, Arab governments seek to
force other governments and individual citizens
to become instruments and allies in this campaign
against Israel.
America's ability to provide for herself with
sufficient energy requirements thus becomes
imperative if we are to free ourselves of this
burden as well as alleviate the pressures inflicted
on Israel and other friendly nations.
Many of us have ignored or discounted the
extent of Arab influence upon world economics
and foreign policy. The World Bank puts the
rumulative build-up of Oil Producing and Ex-
porting Countries (OPEC) external assets at S650
MRS. MAX (LEE) RUBIN
and FAMILY
Chuck, Madle, Ross and
Granddaughter Michel e
Wish All Their Friends A
Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Ruskln
and Family
Wish Their Friends a Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Russell
Wish All Their Friends a Happy New Year
MR. GEORGE RUSSIN
Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. M. Lester Saal
and Family
Wish All Their Friends
A Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Sacks
and Family
Wish Their Friends a Happy New Year
From:
Dr. and Mrs. Walter G. Sail
and Family
A Happy New Year Wish
To All Their Friends
Michael H. Salmon and
Marilyn Hoder Salmon and Family
Wish Their Friends a Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Phil Salmon
and Family
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Samach
and Family
Wish Their Friends a Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney M. Sanders
and Family
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Sandman
and Family
Happy New Year to All Our Friends
Mr. and Mrs. William Sanes
and Family
Wish Their Friends a Happy New Year
billion by the end of 1980 and an almost incon-
ceivable 1.2 trillion by the end of 1985. Those ex-
ternal assets represent investments in the United
States and other countries which will make these
nations more susceptible to OPEC influence.
THE ARAB boycott and blacklist of inter-
national companies with Jewish ties is just one
example of their influence. France's caving in to
Arab pressures to return captured terrorists
rather than extradite them for trial is a potent
example of how self-interest over oil can foil even
basic human rights and world opinion.
Certainly, the United States welcomes oppor-
tunities to enhance its economy, but we must be
mindful of the potential hazards this represents.
There are perilous aspects to the flow of petro-
dollars to the United States, as well as the surge
of interest by American firms to invest in the
Middle East.
We must enrich our domestic energy resources.
MR. and MRS. JOSE SAPOZNIK
and Family
Wish All Their Friends
A Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Sax
and Family
Wish Their Friends a Happy New Year
Mrs. Toby Schachter
Wishes Her Relatives and Friends
A Happy New Year
MRS. RUTH SCHAFFZIN
Wishes All Her Friends
A Happy New Year
Mr. Oscar B. Schapiro
wishes all
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Schantz
and Family
Wish Their Friends a Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Scharlln
and Family
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Schiff
and Son Jim
of 9801 SW93rd Terrace, Miami
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Happy New Year
Commissioner and Mrs.
BARRY D. SCHREIBER
and Family
Wish All Their Friends
A Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Alan Schulberg
and Family
Wish All Their Friends
A Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Edward S. Schuman
and Family
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Happy New Year
We have coal, offshore oil, natural gas and
nuclear fuel. In addition to the rapid accumu-
lation of a strategic oil stockpile and a vigorous
nationwide conservation program, we must ex-
ploit all of these resources without exception as
quickly as possible if we wish to wrest ourselves
from the ever-threatening grip which OPEC has
onus.
IN THE long term, we must conduct a
vigorous program of research for the development
of vast energy sources in the hope that at least
some of these efforts will result in more attractive
supply options. Let us examine the specifics.
Coal: Coal is our most abundant energy source.
If necessary we can even convert coal into syn-
thetic oil and natural gas. We have to get on with
the job of mining our coal and putting it to use.
The Administration's plan to increase coal
production and force utility conversion to coal is
Continued on Page 12-C
Mr. and Mrs. Carl E. Schustak
Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard E. Schwalb
and Family
Wish All Their Friends a Happy New Year
Arnold M. and Rita (Holtzman) Schwartz
New Year Greetings
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Schwartz
and Family
Wish All Their Friends a Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Schwartz
and Family
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Schwartz
and Family
of 5010 SW 91 st Avenue
Wish All Their Friends a Happy New Year
Dr. and Mrs. George A. Segal
and Family
Wish Their Friends a Happy New Year
LEON and MIRIAM SEGAL
Wish Their Friends
Here and in the State of Israel
A Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Selden
and Family
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Mr. and Mrs. Arthur A. Selevan
and Family
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and Family
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A Happy New Year
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and Family
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A Happy New Year


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cenainiv a problem in terms of logistics,
economics and environmental obstacles
However, immediate benefits will be enormous m
checking the hemorrhage from our balance of
payments.
\atunl Gas: We are quickly running out of
this clean and highly competed-for fuel. There are
potentialh- large deposits of natural gas. along
with oil. m off-shore sites There is also the pros-
pect of Maskan and Canadian supplies, as well as
unports from other nations. We have already
begun to phase out this precious fuel, except for
residential and some commercial use.
PRICE HAS a bearing upon the problem and.
like :t or not. natural gas prices will steadily
climb. It is going to be possible to make natural
gas from coal but that is going to put more and
more of a burden on coal mining and supplies.
There is also the possibility that we can produce
natfaaae from biological and other sources
firing the winter, the natural gas shortage
dramatically proved our supplies are Limited -id
the demand is great. Our options for the foresee-
able future are all too few. We are going to have to
find more natural gas sources, use them wisely
and phase in other fuels and electric power to do
more and more of the work done by natural gas
Hydropouer. Geothermal and Solar Ene'g-.
All of our hydropower potential is meager when
looked at in relation tot he magnitude of the
energy demand. We cannot endlessly build more
dams. Using tidal and ocean power has onlv
limited possibilities.
Geothermal steam can be tapped in some parts
of the country by digging deep underground or by
capping vents and using the steam to generate
electricity. Only a few areas of the nation have
any real capability for this energy source, and
there are environmental and reliability prob.
involved.
LOOKING for massive energy from the sun
has blinded many people into thinking solar
power is the answer. It isn't! Certainly it holds
great possibilities. Many new and some older
buildings can be fitted with units to use the bub -
ray for heating or cooling. But it is terribly ex-
pensive right now and not reliable in many case?
Big solar stations are unlikely because of
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Shapiro
and Family
Wish All Their Friends
A Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Robert I. Shapiro
and Children
Daniel, Jonathan and Adam
Wish Their Friends a Happy New Year
Dr. and Mrs. Arnold M. Sheir
Marcia, Bonni, David and Deborah
Wish Their Friends a Happy New Year
Happy New Year To All
MR. and MRS. BERTSHER
and FAMILY
76 Shore Drive West. Miami
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Sichel
Wish All Their Friends
A Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Si eg el
and Family
Happy New Year
To Our Relatives and Friends
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Silberberg
and Family
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A Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Silberman
and Family
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A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Max R. Silver
and Family
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A Happy and Healthy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Harold SlhrarsmHh
and Family
New Year Greetings to All Our Friends
Mr. and Mrs. William Sllverstein
and Family
Wish Their Friends a Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Simon
and Family
Wish All Their Friends a Happy New Year
DR. and MRS. JOSEPH A. SINGER
DANNY, LESLIE and ROBERT
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Mr. and Mrs. Josh Sirkln
and Family
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Mr. and Mrs. Milton Sirkin
and Family
Wish Their Friends a Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Gutman Skrande
and Family
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Mr. and Mrs. Matthew M. Slepin
and Family
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A Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Levi Soshuk
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A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Israel Speiser
and Family
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A Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Spector
and Family
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A Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Stein
and Family
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A Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Stefin
and Family
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Anne and Sandville Smith
and Family
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Mr. and Mrs. Donald Softer
and Family
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Rebel Solloway and
Bene's and Alan Glackman
Wish Their Friends a Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Solo
andDebi
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A Happy New Year
MA. and MRS. ROGER D. SOU AN
Wish You All
A Happy New Year
Dr. and Mrs. Reuben Sorkin
and Family
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Steinberg
and Family
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Arnold J. Stern
and Family
Wish All Their Friends a Happy New Year
MR. and MRS. RONALD K. STERN
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends a Happy New Year
1
MR. JACK STEIN
and Family
New Year Greetings to All Our Friends
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Stem
and Children
Jeffrey and Shall*
Wish Their Friends a Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Stone
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and Friends
A Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Jack St rick
and Family
Happy New Year to All Our Friends


ahper vastness of the facilities required 25 to 50
rres of land for solar collectors to equal the
utDiit of a single power plant. Also, at night or in
had weather solar units produce little or no power.
Storage of heat or energy is another completely
new technology which will have to be explored in
order to support widespread solar use.
All of these sources are going to help somewhat
but none alone can solve our energy problems.
Conservation Important: The President's call
for massive efforts for energy conservation must
meet with firm and strong support from all
Americans. Much can be done to stop wasting oil
and other energy resources, thus lessening our
dependence on imported oil. Energy conservation
must be practiced extensively. No single change
in American habits is the final answer, but a
combination of efforts can give us important
relief, if not a final solution.
GENUINE conservation must begin with a
focus on the major consumers of energy in this
country: transportation, heating and cooling,
construction and industrial manufacturing. With
each year, conservation should grow, as energy-
saving processes become more efficient.
Is Nuclear Power Necessary?: Yes it is.
Without it, we would become even more depen-
dent on oil imports. It is the most controversial
and because it is the least understood, the most
feared. But it probably offers the best answer in
the next five years and the only long-term answer
known today.
Nuclear power and possible solar power have
one great virtue in common. They offer a way out
of burning up our non-renewable natural resourc-
es, which are essential for the manufacture of so
many ot our synthetic materials. Since the com-
mencement of the Industrial Revolution, man has
been burning fuel of all kinds to generate the
energy required to further his progress.
THE ARITHMETIC speaks for itself. Each
"nuclear power plant in operation saves the
equivalent of 10 million barrels of oil each year.
Thus, 120 nuclear plants or about twice the
number now licensed in this country could save
js the equivalent of 1,200 million barrels of oil a
/ear, or nearly 3'/ million barrels every day. It
must be agreed that considering all the serious
challenges we face, it is impossible to disregard
these figures and what they represent in realistic
terms.
Even though nuclear power has a proven record
of safety, reliability and economy, construction of
plants has been stifled by endless Government
red tape and litigation. These unnecessary delays
must be eliminated. We must press forward
urgently with development of a new generation of
nuclear reactors, the breeder reactor (which
converts useless material into productive fuel and
' Continued on Page 14-C
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Suchman
Wish All Their Friends
A Happy and Healthy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Sures
and Family
Wish All Their Friends a Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Susman
and Family
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Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Sussman
and Family
Bryna, David, Anne and Marcia
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Mr. and Mrs. Edward Swerdlin
and Family
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Mr. and Mrs. Jaime Swiser
and Family
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Mr. and Mrs. Max Temchin
and Family
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A Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Manny Temkin
and Family
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Jay M. Tlschenkel
and Family
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MRS. OSCAR I. TOBEY
Wishes All Her Friends
A Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Tobias
Wish All Their Friends
A Happy New Year
Morris and Stella Topol
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A Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Traurig
Wish All Their Friends
A Happy New Year
LEAH UDELL
Wishes Her Relatives and Friends
A Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Uffner
and Family
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Harold C. Uhr
and Family
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Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Ungar
and Family
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A Happy New Year
Dr. and Mrs. Hugh Unger
and Family
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A Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Vedrah
and Family
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A Happy New Year
MR. and MRS. HAROLD VINIK
and Family
New Year Greetings to All Our Friends
Mr. and Mrs. Jose Lis
and Brocha Vitkinas
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Happy and Healthy New Year
Joel and Sylvia Vogel
and sons Steve, Howard and Ken
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Allan A. Wagner and
Mr. and Mrs. Hal Kane and Family, and
Mr. and Mrs. Bennett Margolls
Best Wishes To All
For a Happy New Year .-
Mrs. William L. Waller
and Daughter Roberta Hope
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Wasserman
Extend To the Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy New Year
MR. BEN J.WAYNE
Wishes His Friends
A Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Cye Wechsler
and Family
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Joshua Weinberg
and Children
Mark, David, Michael and Dianne
Wish Their Friends and
The Entire Jewish Community
A Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Morton L. Weinberger
and Family
'"* Marc, Barrett and Cyndi
Wish All Their Friends
A Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Weiner
and Family
Wish All Their Friends a Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Weinkle
and Family
Wish All Their Friends
A Happy New Year
MRS. DANWEINSTEIN
Jackie, Rickie, Joey and Linda
Extend Best Wishes to All
For a Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Weinstein
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph M. Weisbard
and Family
New Year Greetings
Mr. and Mrs. Max Wlesner
and Family
Wish All Their Friends a Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Weiss
and Family
New Year Greetings to All Our Friends
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Weiss
and Family
Wish All Their Friends a Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Wertlieb
and Family
Wish Their Friends a Happy New Year


Oilan6 SupvwaI
Continued from Page IK
I pirduces rncce fuel than it consumes i
WE FEEL that the Administration's decision,
forego recycling of spent nuclear fuel from
. ciscmg light-water reactors and the ordering of a
* w-down in construction of a demonstration
-eder reactor on the Clinch Rjver in Tennessee
counterproductive. The rationale is that a
^eder reactor converts waste uranium into
:omum which might be stolen and diverted to
terrorist or military use. And the same rationale
is being applied to recycling of recovered fuel
from conventional nuclear plants.
The President's reasoning appears to be that
the United States will set a good example for the
rest of the world, thus inducing other nations to
also forego recycling of spent nuclear fuel and
by implication influencing them also to puL
back from the construction and use of breeder
reactors.
While ideaham is commendable, realism must
ptevaiL There simply is no sign that the rest of
the world is much impressed. The Russians, the
Germans, the French, the British and the
Japanese are all pressing ahead with development
and use of breeder reactors, which they recognize
as being vital to their national interests.
AS RECENTLY as May 8. 1977, at a meeting
of seven *^ing industrial nations. Prime
Minister Fukuda of Japan argued against
American policy by insisting that the develop-
ment of nuclear energy sources, including breeder
reactors, was a matter of life and death because
of Japan's over-dependence on imported ofl,"
Hedrick Smith. The Mm York Times). There is
nothing to suggest that Japan and other nations
now using conventional reactors intend to forego
the economic advantages of reprocessing spent
nuclear fuel.
Unless this policy against using plutonium is
reconsidered unless we regain our perspective
and our confidence in domestic and international
safeguards we wiD have gone a long way
toward insuring that America becomes a secon-
dary power.
We cannot afford to be outclassed in science
and industry by Germany, Japan and by the
Soviet Union. Worse yet, because plutonium
generated in power plants can supply 25 percent
of our fuel required for nuclear power plants, we
will have increased rather than decreased the per.;
of depending on foreign countries for the oil we
consume.
LACK OF energy could completely incapa-
citate our defense capabilities. The threat to our
economy as well as any potential military threat
directly relates to our ability to maintain a strong
defense posture.
Americans have strong reservations about the
Soviet Union. However, we must respect their
scientific and technical knowledge and abilities
We must take seriously the announcement
made May 10, 1977, in The New York Times
which reported the opinions of seven experts from
the Soviet Union and allied countries. They cor.-
Dr. and Mr*. Lawrence A. Weeton
Mr. and Mrs. Donald 6. (Petti) Kfifnvf
Mr. and Mrs. David (Maryl) SchoenfMM
Erika and Scott
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Whlta
Wish All Their Friends
A Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Wlgutow
and Son Billy
New Year Greetings to All Our Friends
Judge and Mrs. Arthur Wlnton
and Family
New Year Greetings to All Our Friends
Dr. and Mrs. Jack Wolfe
and Children, Sharon and Keith
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mrs. Miriam Wolfman, Ernest, Lilli
and children Claire, Max and Neil;
Stanley and Marilyn
and children David and Nancy
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Happv and Prosperous New Year
Mrs. Albert (Betty) Zalka
Wishes Her Relatives and Friends
a Happy and Prosperous NfW Year
Mr. and Mrs.Theodore Zalles
and Family
Wish All Their Friends
A Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Solomon Zelonker
and Family
Wish Their Friends a Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Solomon Yaffe
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Happy and Healthy New Year
Dr. and Mrs. Mark A. Yaffey
and Family
Wish All Their Friends a Happy New Year
Dr. Bernard Yesner
Dr. Paul Gutlohn
Dr. Leonard Zimmerman
and Their Families
Wish All Their Friends a Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Morton B. Zamel
Joseph Saul, Pamela Tova,
Fred David, Alisa Debra Yafa
and Bruce Samuel Michael
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
The MOYSHE ZILBER FAMILY
In Memory of those who have Ripened
and Fallen off the Vine and
To our sweet Young Blossoms
Which have been blown off the Vine
Mr. and Mrs. Sigmund Zilber
and Son Martin
Wish All Their Friends a Happy New Year
Dr. and Mrs. Sanford Zahler
Pamela, Scott and Jonathan
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Happy New Year
MR. and MRS. SOL ZALLEA
AND Family
Wish Their Friends
A Happy and Healthy New Year
Mr. Nathan Zeichner
and Family
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mrs. Doran D. Zinner
and Family
Wish All Their Friends
A Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Zllbert
and Family
Wish All Their Friends
A Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Zlsman
and Family
Wish Ail Their Friends
A Happy New Year
SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
MR. and MRS. DONALD BERKOWITZ
and Family
Mr. and Mrs. AL BERKOWITZ
snd Family
MR. and MRS. ABE BERKOWITZ
and Family
MR. and MRS. HAROLD BERKOWITZ
and Family
DR. and MRS. LEO BRAVERMAN
and Family
MR. and MRS. WALTER MACKAUF
and Family
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO OUR RELATIVES AND FRIENDS
Mr. and Mrs.
A. Finley Binder
And Children
J.Louis. Gloria, Jason King and Joshua Adam.
Maurice Jeffrey
and Andy, Jonathan Mark and Ethel Man
Councilman
Dr. Leonard Haber
And Family
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Zlpkln
and Family
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. David H. Zoberg
and Family
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Healthy and Happy New Year
Gerald and Felice P
Schwartz
A Happy New Year to the Jewish Community
Blanche and Joseph
Nevel and Family
EXTEND ROSH HASHANAH GREETINGS
TO ALL THEIR FRIENDS
L'Shona Tova Tiketevu
New Year Greetinas to All Our Friends
ALBERT LEAR
PEST CONTROL COMPANY
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4796 SW 75th Ave., Miami 264-6262


, had "no misgivings about the
^olutonium as a nuclear fuel." The report
a "Even now the actual data indicate a
UAeme of nuclear power plants' safety and
I fvnrable impact on environmental purity."
t ttirts project that by the year 2000 "the
of fast breeders in the structure of nuclear
Jrengineering could reach fifty percent."
he acceptance by the Soviet Union of the need
nlutonium-fuel nuclear power plants is a
hus indication of how they view this develop-
,nt for their own defense requirements. It,
refore has a direct relationship with our
jern for a militarily strong America.
HIS report to the people of the United
the President said, "We believe that these
s |of terrorism) would be vastly increased by
further spread of sensitive technologies which
direct access to plutonium, highly en-
I uranium and other weapons usable-
Iterial.
he irony is that there are thousands of nuclear
pons stored in the United States and its allied
atries ready for use. Government plants
,ver, process and ship plutonium every day.
this can be considered vulnerable to terrorist
Yet, would anyone suggest that we jeopar-
America's ability to defend herself by the
tion of these weapons?
Sheikh Yamani: Saudi prince of oil prices is
regarded as a moderate in the international
squeeze.
It is difficult to imagine a safer pla<
plutonium fuel than within a sealed reacti..
with steel walls two feet or more in thii
Apparently, if we put plutonium into weapons,
this is acceptable because of national security. If
we put plutonium into the fuel of a nuclear power
plant, it becomes a frightening and evil thing.
WE CAN and must make it virtually impos-
sible for international terrorists to have access to
,the nuclear means to carry on their inexcusable
activites. The answer our Administration should
seek is not one which forces us to capitulate by
setting aside vital scientific and technological
programs important to our economic and national
interests. Our concern, therefore, that plutonium
and other vital products will fall into terrorist
hands could best be met by our resolve that Arab
terrorism itself must no longer be encouraged or
excused.
There are now 64 licensed nuclear plants. In the
next ten years this figure must be doubled, and
' doubled again in the ten years after that. Opposi-
ion to nuclear power must be eased and greater
t nphasis placed on the bottom line what is
important for America's national and inter-
national security! It is just that basic and just
that urgent. If we fail to meet this test, the con-
tinued greatness of our nation and its indepen-
dence are highly unlikely.
Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel Friedland
and Family
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mayor and Mrs.
Harold Rosen
Extend To The Entire Jewish
Community A Very Happy New Year
r. and Mrs. Morris
Farber
Lynn, France, Eleine and Adam
Yish All Their Friends A Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs.
Michael Finkle
loliday Greetings To The Jewish Community
Leon Kaplan Mr. and Mrs. Richard I.
nan Karen, Patti and Kenneth Mr.
Mrs. Edwin M. GinsburgLynn, Susan and
pud ~ Mr. and Mrs. Stanley M. Kaplan-
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Happy New Year
Mr and Mrs. Arthur Hershbein
bildren, Jill & Martin Hershbein, Edyse and
MdKessler
Andrea and Lee
\TEND NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO ALL
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A Very Happy New Year
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A Very Happy and Joyous New Year
To All Our Many Friends
MR. & MRS.
PHILIP WEISS
CANTOR and MRS.
SEYMOUR HINKES and CHILDREN
DAVID, ELLIOTT, ROBERTA,
JAIMEE, and BEATRICE
Wish Thalr Relatives and Friends
A Very Happy New Year
Happy New Year To All
David L. Trask
Mr. and Mrs. David Phillips
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Lefkow
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Smith
and Family
Mr. and Mrs. Seth Lefkow
and Family
Mr. and Mrs.
Jerry Rosenberg
and Family
Best Wishes for the Holiday
Season to All Our Friends
IN HONOR OF MARK'S BAR MITZVAH
Beverly Lefcourt & Daughters
A ndrea and Jennifer
Wish all their Friends A Happy New Year
A Happy New Year To All
Mr. Enrique
Delgado
6667 SW 39th Terrace
Miami 33155
667-4179
Mr. and Mrs.
Alfred Golden
Mr. and Mrs.
Arthur Grossberg
Mr. and Mrs.
Leo Hack
Good Wishes On The New Year
To The Jewish Community
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Carol and
Lorraine
Greenberg
Happy New Year
Holiday To All
Mr. and Mrs.
Leo Mindlin and Sons,
Jeremy and Jacob
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Happy New Year To All
Councilman of North Miami
Howard Neu
and Family
Extend Greetings to Their Many
Friend* for a
Very Happy New Year Holiday
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Custom House Brokers" Port of Miami
P.O. Box 010389-33101 (3051371-8431
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Goose-steeping soldiers guard the P^theon^mayev Hill in Volgograd .Here each year
millions of Russian pilgrims come to honor their war dead.
ioviet expansion into AfRica: *n6 OtheR tyRants
The following is excerpted from a report pub-
lished by the Center for Advanced International
Studies of the University of Miami under the title
of "Soviet Shadow Over Africa." The report is
based on the analysis of Dr. Alvin J. Cottrell, of
Georgetown University's Center for Strategic and
International Studies in Washington, and L)r.
Walter F. Hahn, of the Institue for Foreign Policy
Analysis at Cambridge, Mass.
THE LARGE-scale Soviet involvement in the
civil war in Angola in 1975-76 that culminated in
the Soviet backed intervention of Cuban armed
forces has triggered a variety of reactions in the
West. Basic to all else, however, has been the
question of why the Kremlin had made such a^ big
investment and risked so much in Angola. What
is Moscow up to in southern Africa?
The analysis that follows seeks answers to this
question. It suggests a logical composite of objec-
tives and expectations that have drawn the
Soviet Union increasingly deeper into southern
Africa.
THE PRINCIPAL hypothesis is that Soviet
ambitions in southern Africa mirror a broad per-
spective in Moscow at the present juncture in the
evolution of the global power balance. On the one
hand, this perspective seems to emphasize the
generally shifting strategic-political relationships
or in Soviet terminology, the changing "cor-
relation of world forces" in favor of the Soviet
,Union.
On the other hand, it underscores the vulnera-
bility of Western industrialized nations to disrup-
tions in their "life blood," that is, the flow of
essential raw materials to their industrial estab-
lishments.
Western nations' concern over the continuing
supply of certain strategic raw materials to
sustain their economies has heightened in the
wake of the energy crisis triggered by the Arab oil
embargo of 1973. While the West has begun only
recently to ponder the implications of its depen-
dence on the strategic resources of the Third
World, the Soviets have long pointed to the
vulnerability of the capitalist world to its over-
seas holdings.
FROM LENIN to Brezhnev, Soviet leaders
have invoked various ideological justifications to
exhort Third World nations to sever their political
ties with the former colonial powers and to
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the world a iteadfasdy frangrrg in favor of so-
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domeatic and BterBacaooal flrr.ri.La of power.
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the statoa and proepects of the worid-wvte atd
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THE CORRELATION of forcea a reiaoec h
particular to the breakdown of the inoperiist
coiomal system, the establactnect of new rates.
or the strengthening of the wttimminnn of -.he
fcrrrjer secu-cc4oniea in Asia. Africa, and La:a
America.
Aa soon aa the colrmial empires coiapsed.
5o%-ie'. spokesmen assert, "the correatior. of
farces s the imperialat cantp ohangec sharply
izc the process of ita disintegration and decay
screiierated significantly "' The Soviets asosvthat
ifci -ationai liberation movement in the Third
World a one of the decisive factors in the global
nwofcnonery process and. consequer: ;. ;ha: :he
contest betaeeL sociaiam and raprra''sr- Taird
Work: arenas will have a decarve mflaence 0= the
---* o-JMome of the broader struggle
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jnpertance for So%iet power and rnfhience is not
new a Soviet thinking. Lenin is alleged to have
y&.z tna: the road 00 Patii *eadi tfcrtr-z- ?<--:-.z
Whether he did say so or not. he clearly believed
tfaat the West depended on colonies for anrvivsJ
SINCE THE colonies were essential to the sur-
rival of capitalism, the collapse of the capitalist
order would inexorably follow once the West had
iost its empire.
.Another early concept essential to an under-
standing of the communist approach to the inter-
r^:.:r.i. scene was the idea that the world was
divided into two camps. Stalin articulated this
belief most directly when he wrote in 1919: The
world has been split into two camp* deefah
and finally the cantp of imper.a_ aad the
camp of socalosrc
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dated at the Second Comintern Congress in 1920,
where Lenin exhorted the colonies to throw off
their "foreign oppression." He further advocated
communist support for national-revolutionary
movements in the colonies in order to facilitate
their transition to the communist model of society
and to accelerate the demise of the capitalist
world.
IN A MUCH more realistic setting following
Soviet post-war expansion, Stalin asserted at the
19th Soviet Communist Party Congress that the
rigid two-camps thesis had become central to the
world strategic situation.
He also predicted an exacerbation of conflict
among the capitalist powers due to the
diminishing opportunities for colonial ex-
Rloitation and the struggle for world markets,
lotably after Stalin's death in 1963, however, a
more flexible doctrinal approach and strategy
began to emerge in Moscow.
New political movements in the Third World
espousing their own brands of nationalism and
non-alignment rendered the thesis of the division
of the world into two rigid camps progressively
less tenable. The capitalist powers, furthermore,
had shed most of their colonial possessions,
without provoking intracapitalist conflict over
resources or the economic or political disin-
tegration of the West. Soviet ideologically-based
policies toward the Third World, moreover, now
no longer adequately served foreign objectives.
The official turning point came at the 20th
Party Congress in 1966. In his famous coexis-
tence speech Khrushchev modified the original
two-camps notion to make allowance for a non-
aligned Third World, which could be allied with
the socialist community. He spoke of a "vast zone
of peace" embracing "both socialist and non-
socialist peace-loving states of Europe and Asia."
A PRINCIPAL task of Soviet foreign policy,
he stressed, was to "reinforce indefatigabry the
bond of fridnship and cooperation" with the non-
aligned states and to "support countries that
refused to be involved in military blocs."
In spite of Soviet efforts to accommodate
theory to reality, however, the gap between them
was not yet closed. Soviet assumptions about
colonial and former colonial societies did not
apply to the indigenous conditions of the Third
World, particularly Africa. There were virtually
no authentic communist organizations in Africa,
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nor were there socia. cesses in the Marxist
of the term.
THE LATE Prof L I Potekhm of the Afrvar
Institute of the Academy of Sciences of the L SR
recognued the shortcomings of Soviet theorym
the African context. In a study pobhsbed in 1960.
Africa U^'t to tkt Fatmn, he sought to bridge
the gap. but only partly succeeded for be -
unable to jettison the prescription of bringing
Marxism to Africa Potekhin continued to dmg to
the actfrw^ dogma and prescribed for Africa the
es-^b^sh=er: -A Marx at nates as the only true
form of socialism. He argued much more em-
pbaticaEv than previous Soviet spokesmen tfcat
the arrival of political independence had no: com-
pleted the decolonization pr
control the economies of the former
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B oHded u oe eradicated la Jtaarwordi the
former coiotuer become economically
independent by gaming control war then- owe
resources
The Soviets continued to reassess the nature of
the sa- movements in the
developing world. Although still professing that
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the communists remained the leading force of the
national liberation movements, they recognizec
the role of bourgeois nationalist leaders in the
colonies and ex-colonies, and called for united
front tactics.
THUS, gradually more sophisticated Soviet
interpretations of African conditions began to
appear Political Parties of Africa, a series of
articles by various Soviet ideologists, brought
Soviet doctrine further in line with African
reality. This study held basically that com-
munists in Africa should work with which ever
partv promised to be most "progressive." The
articles paid tribute to revolutionary-democratic
parties, a concept articulated a few years earlier,
which harkened back to Lenin's "national re-,
tionary movement -
Revolutionary-democratic parties, such as
those is power in Guinea, the Congo, and Tan-
zania, were necessary as part of Africa's historica.
development and would enjoy Soviet support A.
though they were not Marxist-Leninist part:-
a true MOM tb*y included at all levels act:.
who are inspired by the ideas of scier.:.:'.
sodabam ar.d who are fighters against im<
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In time therefore, they would be transformed
to or replaced by genuine communist parties. It
i, important to note that Political Parties of
AfricaT specifically endorsed the Popular Move-
nint for the Liberation of Angola and clearly
selected the MPLA as Moscow's instrument in
Angola.
SOVIET doctrine also underwent an important
change in emphasis. The establishment of com-
munism remained desirable, but it no longer
received the same priority. The more immediate
objective, therefore, was not to facilitate the
arrival of the socialist millennium, but to under-
mine Western influence in Africa.
The rationalization of "revolutionary de-
mocratic" parties and movements, however,
served to justify Moscow's continued backing of
non-communist states and leaders. Moreover, the
Soviets pointed to the increase in the number of
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Mrs. Julius Sukenik, President
David Freedman, Honorary President
Mrs. Jack Diamond, 1st Vice President
Dror Zadok, 2nd Vice President______
The Soviet concept of the correlation
of world forces is highly complex and
embraces both domestic and in-
ternational elements of power.
Essentially a dynamic concept, it is
affected by all processes that bear on
the posture and position of the
superpowers.
"socialism-oriented countries" as testimony to
the popularity of socialist ideas in Africa.
In 1960, when the first wave of African
countries attained independence, the Soviets
noted, there was not a single African country that
espoused socialism. By 1962, Ghana, Guinea and
Mali were being hailed as African countries
taking a non-capitalist path. They, in the Soviet
view, were soon followed by Egypt, Algeria, Tan-
zania, the People's Republic of the Congo and
Somalia. Benin and Ethiopia were seen as opting
for the socialist orientation in October and
December, 1974, and the Malagasy Republic in
December, 1975.
MOST recently, socialist regimes were con-
sidered by Moscow to have been established in
the former Portuguese colonies of Angola,
Mozambique, Guinea-Bissau and the Republic of
the Cape Verde Islands, and in Mauritius.
Thus, Soviet views of the possibility of drawing
into Moscow's orbit have changed substantially
over the years. No doubt this change reflects
partly Soviet' setbacks in Egypt, the Sudan,
Ghana and elsewhere. It also reflects a realization
that African conditions are not yet ripe for com-
munism. However, the Soviets have unequivo-
cally rejected the notion that any form of non-
capitalist development other than a Soviet-type
socialism can persist in the long run. Transitional
stages such as African socialism are merely tem-
porary accommodations to reality.
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Extends Best Wishes To All
For A Happy and Healthy New Year
To Members and Friends
Temple Adath
Yeshurun
Rabbi Simcha Freedman Cantor Ian Alpern
and the Members
Extend best wishes for the New Year
To the Entire Jewish Community
A Happy, Healthy and Prosperous New Year
to the Entire Jewish Community
MARGATE JEWISH CENTER, INC.
6101 N.W. 9th Street
Margate, Florida 33063
A Conservative Synagogue___
George Gershwin
Lodge No. 196
Knights of Pythias
A Happy New Year To The Jewish Community
The Samuel Scheck
HILLEL
COMMUNITY
DAY SCHOOL
19000 N.E. 25th Avenue
Wishes All of Our Families and Friends
A Very Happy and Healthy New Year
Michael ScheckPresident
Rabbi Dr. Sidney SeligPrincipal
Marshall Baltuch Executive Director
Temple Beth Raphael
1545 Jefferson Ave. M.B.
and its entire membership
Extends Its Blessings and
Wishes to the Entire
Greater Miami Jewish Community
for a Contented, Joyous and Prosperous New Year
Elliott J. Winograd, Rabbi
SaulH. Breeh, Cantor
Igor Schultz, President
Sydney Ehrenreich, Vice Pres.
The New Synagogue on Miami Beach
CONG. OHR HACHAIM
317 W. 47 Street (Off Pinetreer538-1000
Wishes Miami and World Jewry
A Year of Health, Happiness, & Peace
Rabbi Tsvi G. Schur-Spiritual Leader
Rabbi Avrohom Shechter of New York
will chant the Liturgy
Daily Morning & Evening Services Fri. Eve 7 p.m.
Sat. Morning 8:45 a.m.
Come Join Us In Our
Beautiful Traditional Synagogue
For The Holidays and All Year


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how Soviets
plaque 'parasites'
THE STUDENT Struggle for Soviet Jewry has
learned details of the June 1 trial of Moscow
refusenik Dr Joseph Begun for "parasitism- He
was sentenced to two years of"exile' to which he
has yet to be transferred due to bis extremely-
weakened state resulting from a prolonged
hunger strike.
During the nine-hour proceedings, Begun was
repeatedlv denied request* for water, and Judge
Avdonin occasionally left the room to speak with
several strangers, evidently security officers
giving him instructions.
AVDONIN REJECTED Begun's demand that
the trial should be open, daimmg it was. In fact.
Miami Beach Etz Chaim
1544 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach, Florida
Extends Best Wishes for a Very Happy, Healthy
and Prosperous New Year to All Its Members,
Worshippers and Friends
Rabbi Aryeh MayerfeW
Alex Klein man. Pre* dent
Morris Brafman. Chairman of the Board
Simon Shukin, Financial Secretary
Julius Dubin. Recording Secretary
Mikloe Adler. Treasurer
Cantor Joseph Trencher
Samuel Weisz. Gabbai
Hadassah
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
Best Wishes for a Happy Sen Year To All .
The Miami Chapter
Mrs. Harvey Friedman, President
The Miami Beach Chapter
Mrs. Jean Feinberg. President
National Council
Of Jewish Women
The Greater Miami Section
Extends Best Wishes for a
Happy and Healthy New Year
The Israelite Center
Temple
3175 S.W. 25th Street
The Rabbi, Cantor, Officers and Members
Extend Their Greetings To All Their Members
and Friends
For A Happy New Year
Chester Lester. President
Albert Ziaaaan. Chasrtaasi of the Board
tea* Dr.
Z.
s.
Officer* ood Member* of
TUaW HTM El Of HOUTWOOO
Exland Greetings for a Happy and Peaceful N*w Year
The
Norman Bruce Brown
Auxiliary No. 174
Jewiah War Veterans of
The Uaited States
Miami, Florida
Rosh Hashona Greetings
The American Jewish Congress
Works For Justice and
To Help Build a Better World for All Mankind
We Wish All Our Friends
A Healthy and Happy New Year
'And Shalom in the World"
Pres. Governing Council S.E. Region
Ralph P. Kingsley
Pres. Women's Division. Mrs. Mollie Gersh
The Beth Jacob
Congregation
The First the Largest Traditional Synagogue on
Miami Beach
301-311 Washington Avenue
A Very Happy New Year
Dr. S. T. Swiraky, Rabbi Maurice Mamcbes.
Cantor
Dan Roth, President
Women's American
ORT Southeastern
Florida Region
may peace be nestled in the hearts of mankind
Tshona tova
Mrs. Howard Horn
Mrs. Silvie Speroni.
Executive Committee Chairman
A Happy New Year To All
Temple Beth Moshe
2225NE. 121st St., No. Miami, Flo, 33181
Louis M Ledennan Moishe Freidler
Rabbi Cantor
Stanley Go Hand
President
Cuban Hebrew
Congregation
Dov Roxencwaig, Rabbi Board of Directors
1700 Michigan Ave., Miami Beach
High Holiday Greetings
Best wishes for a Healthy, Joyful
and Religious New Year
Happy New Year
To All Our Friends And Neighbors
Rabbi Ephraim F.
Mandeteorn
AlBobrow
PRESIDENT
Sincere New Year Greetings to the
Jewish Floridian and the Entire Community
Brandeis University
National Women's Committee
Greater Miami Chapter
L'SHAMaH tova
Sisterhood
Bet* Ton* Congregation
1051 Interomo Blvd., No. Miami Bch,
Mrs. Marshall (Rochelle) Boliuch, President
Friday, September 16,1977
tman lltft)
have suf-
Prisoners of Conscience Hillel Butmar
and Joseph Mendelevich (right) have suf-
fered severe retaliations for insistence on
their basic sights in the labor camps, ac-
cordin g to the Student Struggle for Soviet
Jewry. Mendelevich, deeply religious and
shown wearing a skullcap, is being tran-
sferred to the dreaded Vladimir Prison for
refusing to work on the Sabbath.
the courtroom was packed with bored police
agents who were reading newspapers; onlv
Begun's wife Alia was permitted to attend
Avdonin also denied Begun's requests to call as
witnesses the official who repeatedly refused to
register him as a Hebrew instructor and the police
officers who periodically arrested him, thus
Beth Torah
Congregation
1051 Interama Blvd.
Dr. Max A. Lipschitz, Rabbi
Judge Arthur Winton. President
L'Shana Tova Tikatevu
From The Officers, Directors and Membership
Best Wishes for a Good New Year
Ralph P. Kingsley, Rabbi
Irving Shulkes, Cantor
Barbara S. Ramsay
Administrator
Rabbi Julian Cook
Director of Education
And Youth
North Dade's Only Reform Congregation
The Hebrew Academy
Of Greater Miami
Extends A Happy New Year to the
South Florida Jewish Community
THE SOUTHEAST REGION OF
The Zionist
Organization
Of America
extends best wishes to the
Jewish Community of South Florida
for a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Milton Gold, President
Jacob C. Coaien CommtinnY Syragocjoe
"The Synagogue Beautiful"
Extends New Year Greetings To All
Dr. Tibor H. Stern, Rabbi
Cantor Meier Engel
Temple Samu-El
8900 SW 107th Are., Miami
(Capital Bank of Kendale Bldg.)
A Conservative Synagogue
Serving all of South Dade
EDWIN FARBER, Rabbi
MARVIN BAIDA, President
MARILYN ZITOFSKY. Sisterhood PrefWe
A Happy New Year To The Entire
Jewish Community
Colonial Acres
Mobile Home Park
9674 NW 10 Ave., Miami-Phone 696-6231
A Happy New Year to our Residents and Friend*
Mr. & Mra. David AHLw- a Sffl M"rk


Frifry.Septanberl6.1977
*Jknisti floridllar
Page 7-D
hampering his efforts to find work.
The judge turned down Begun's lawyer's at-
tempt to enter into the court records documents
showing Hebrew is being taught at the
University of Tibilisi and papers certifying that
the defendant had applied nine times to the
employment office to find work in his field,
mathematics.
ONE OF THE eight prosecution witnesses,
Romanov, .of the city employment bureau,
declared Begun was a parasite but could not even
state when Begun applied for work or what his
profession was. Begun reminded the witness that
he could not recall the defendant's name when
questioned by police officials two years ago.
"What's so strange?" Romanov retorted. "I
didn't remember then, but now I do." Other wit-
nesses, neighbors, claimed Begun was a drunk.
In his final statement, Begun declared that "if
Hebrew would be recognized and I registered as a
American Jewish
Committee
3000 Biscayne Blvd., Miami, Florida 33137
Greetings To All. .
Sky Lake Synagogue
(Orthodox)
18151 NE 19th Ave., North Miami Beach
945-8712
Temple Beth Sholom
Dr. Leon Kronish. Rabbi
Milton M. Gay nor. President
4144 Chase Avenue, Miami Beach
Expresses the Hope for Peace
For Our People Everywhere
Beth El
Congregation
2400 Pinetree Drive
A. S. Gross. Rabbi Hyman Chabner
L'Shona Tova Tikesovu
The Jewish War Veterans Ladies
Auxiliary of the Department
of Florida
Wishes its members and the entire Jewish
Community Happiness and Peace at
Rosh Hashanah and throughout the year.
Holiday Greetings
jack savin a hem moos ky
BLACK ANGUS
RESTAURANT*
Best Wishes To All For
A Very Healthy, Happy New Year
THE JACK HARRIS FAMILY
Governor Hotel
435-21 Street, Miami Beach
Plymouth Hotel
336-21 Street, Miami Beach
Neron Hotel
1110 Drexel Avenue, Miami Beach
Krazp horse >.. _
UNISEX JEAN FASHIONS
Extends To The Entire JewishCommunity
A Very Happy New Year.
WESTCHESTER CENTER
. ^ve Doors From Cinema
8485 CORAL WAY PHONE: 266-1648
Modern Fish &
Seafood Market
3644 Grand Avenue, Coconut Grove
Phone 443-1445
A Happy New Year To All...
Hebrew teacher, I would not be standing here
today. My biography is not that of a parasite. I.
worked for 20 years. Why would I leave my job
after being promoted to a senior scientific worker?
I'm not out of my mind. In April, 1971,1 applied
to emigrate to Israel and then lost my job."
BEGUN'S ATTORNEY declared that the
prosecution had suddenly added new accusations
that Begun was living off the proceeds of parcels
"from Zionist organizations." "If Begun is now
being tried for receiving parcels from hostile
organizations then the official charge should be
changed."
The court's verdict was a foregone conclusion,
the SSSJ said. Begun was sentenced to two years'
"exile." His appeal was rejected June 27th
The Student Struggle for Soviet Jewry has
obtained extracts from a letter written by
religious Prisoner of Conscience Joseph Men-
delevich to his father in Riga, as he awaited a
The President and Board of Directors of
The Homestead
Jewish Center
Wish to Extend a Happy, Healthy and Prosperous
New Year Greetings to All Its Members
And Friends
A. Harry Mohr, President
Yiddish Culture
Wincle
Wishes A Happy New Year
To All Their Patrons
Temple Israel of
Greater Miami
Its Rabbis, Officers and Members
Extend to The Jewish Floridian
and its hosts of readers
A Very Happy, Prosperous
and Healthy New Year
Temple Zamora
Coral Gables' Only Conservative Synagogue
44 Zamora, Coral Gables
RabbiDr. Akiva Brilliant
CantorLouis Hershman
Pres. Herman Douglass
New Year Greetings
To The Entire Community
Bay Harbor
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Gourmet Market
Our SERVICE Is Only
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1077-95thSt.
Bay Harbor Islands
DELIVERY SERVICE
865-0331
Goodies Delicatessen
Extends To the Entire Jewish Community
A Happy New Year
1645 Washington Avenue 531-6215
The Turf Pub
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy New Year
22 Ocean Drive Phone 672-3182
Edward Don & Co.
1550 N. Miami Avenue
A Very Happy New Year To All...
Season's Greetings from
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Ks Off f iff t? Miami, Florida 33158
ropean
iffurei
Monsieur Albert
Unisex Haircutters
Phone: 251*5465
By Appointment
8505 S.W. 136th St.,
Colony Club
Beauty Salon
748 NW 183rd St.. North Miami 652-7631
Happy New Year To AIL..________
punitive transfer from the Perm labor camp to the
dreaded Vladimir Prison for refusing to work on
the Sabbath.
"OF WHAT do they accuse me?" Joseph
wrote. "Violating camp discipline, disturbing the
public order, disobeying the dress regulations I
assume, Papa, they refer to my skullcap and
refusing to work. I stated quite bluntly that it is
not that I refuse to work in principle, but merely
that I will not work on the Sabbath, and am ready
to make up the work on other days.
"It's worth mentioning that the camp ad-
ministration has stated that I am a person of
peaceful nature and generally fulfill the work
quota. The court decision states that the ad-
ministration accuses me of not responding to
various punishments and of being a bad influence
on the other prisoners. It also denies me any right
of appeal."
Mendelevich, a student, was sentenced to 12
/ears at the December, 1970, Leningrad trial.
Temple Israel
Of Mir am ar
Happy New Year To Members and Friends
Avrom L. Drazin, Rabbi
Abraham Koster, Cantor
Morris Hyman, President
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Viedrah
and Family
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Happy New Year
MRS.DANWEINSTEIN
Rickie, Joey and Linda
Extend Best Wishes to All
For a Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs.
Michael Finkle
Holiday Greetings To The Jewish Community
New Year Greetings to All Our Friends
AJl
ALERT LEAR
PEST CONTROL COMPANY
10870 NE 6th Ave., Miami -751 -1700
4796 SW 75th Ave., Miami 264-6262
Sir Williams Pub
Dining Dancing
Prime Ribs of Beef Steaks Knightly
7250 NW 11 Street Phone:266-4730
A Happy New Year To All
Angelina's Health
Food Store
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy New Year
1668-A Alton Road Phone:672-8989
Anthony's Pizzeria
8393 Bird Road-226-7018
13712 S.W. 84 St.-270-1423
9877 N. Kendall Dr.-595-8808
A Happy New Year To All
C. DANA WOODMAN,
REALTOR
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy New Year
2355 Salzedo Street, Coral Gables-443-2534
The Quest
Hair Boutique
1851 N.E. 163rd St.
North Miami Beach949-4513
Extends A Happy Jewish New Year
To All Our Friends & Customers


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11523 South Dixie Highway 23*-3052
Sam's Pizza & Subs
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A IV-v Happ\ .Yea Year
7318 S.W. 57 Avenue 661-^365
A Happy ProsDerous Sev% vea-
Puerto Sagua
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00 Collins Avenue. Miami B*ach
Lucio's Ay2?toaii
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Friday, September 16,1977
*Jmiit fkridiam
Page 9-D
With warm clothing in their suitcases, mem-
bers of the Student Struggle for Soviet Jew-
ry offer themselves at Aeroflot Russian Air-
lines' Fifth Avenue offices in Manhattan as
"hostages" in exchange for imprisoned Mos-
cow emigration spokesman Anatoly Sharan-
sky, who could be executed under ac-
cusations of being a "paid CIA spy." The
Soviet answer to the youths was "nyet."
USSR, regardless of the Western posture at any
given moment, and seem more dependent on
internal contingencies than external levents.
Far from rejecting the American initiative, the
dissidents themselves encourage it. Their morale
immeasurably raised, they note that their only
defense against further Soviet repression is con-
tinued Western pressure. This alone has made
possible the dramatic flowering of the dissident
movement and the renaissance and massive
exodus of Russian Jews in the course of the last
decade. When the times of Western silence coin-
cided with periods of oppression, the dissidents
were invariably subjected to the harshest treat-
ment.
ARE WE, AS SOME critics have charged,
returning to the days of the Cold War? Again, the
answer appears to be "no." The Cold War of the
1950's was marked by a turning inwards of our
national attention and, beyond our global anti-
Communism, a lack of concern for the lives of
others in the world.
Human rights were not only irrelevant to our
foreign policy, but were disregarded domestically
as well. There is no similarity to our current con-
cern with the oppressed in all parts of the world.
IT IS ONLY proper to consider, lastly, the
wishes of those most directly at risk themselves.
Anatoly Sharansky, a leader of both the Jewish
and human rights groups in Russia, has been the
prime scapegoat in the latest Soviet squeeze.
On which side of the discussion does his voice
weigh in? "Whatever happens to us, we maintain
the same position Western pressure is the only
possible way of saving the movement and having
real detente," he said.
In the final analysis, that may be the most tell-
ing point. The Carter policy on human rights is
both practically and morally correct. The Presi-
dent deserves our admiration, our encouragement
and our vocal support.
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A Very Happy New Year
917 East Hallandale Beach Blvd. 458-4599
6700 Collins A venue 861-2059
Dino's Fontana
Di Trevi Restaurant
Free Delivery-912-71st St.-864-2618
Holiday Greetings To All
Aj%>Green Dolphin
W
Restaurant
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy New Year
301 N.E. Miamarina Parkway Phone 371-6433
Le Joint Restaurant
At Miamarina
Extends Holiday Greetings
To The Entire Jewish Community
301 NE Miamarina Parkway 371-6433
Minerva Spanish
Restaurant
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy 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
Bilbao Restaurant
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy New Year
5910 SW 8 Street 266-2010
Red Diamond
Restaurant
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
Holiday Greetings
117 NW 42 Avenue 649-3990
Bertram's
7879 West Flagler Street (On the Mall)
261-1351
Happy New Year To All
Hot Diggity Dog
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy New Year
1540 South Dixie Highway 661-9294
Bayshore Golf
Club and Restaurant
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy New Year
2301 Alton Road Phone 543-5190
Chinese Food Garden
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy New Year
9391 SW 56 Street 279-3316
Chez Vendome
Restaurant
700 Biltmore Way, Coral Gables
Phone 443-4646
A Very Happy New Year To All
Canton Of
Westchester Restaurant
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy New Year
2501 S.W. 87 Avenue 552-5292
Harry's wo*0486
Sandwich Shop
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy New Year
1672-B Miami Gardens Drive-Skylake M,811____
George's Super Sub
Shop
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy New Year
4580 S.W. 8th Street 443-1713
Fox's Sherron Inn
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy New Year
6030 South Dixie Highway Phone 666-2230
Ling Nam Restaurant
2261 S.W. 67th Avenue-261-0693
Happy New Year To All. .
Lotus House
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
Holiday Greetings
9061 SW 107 Avenue 279-0969
"Best Chinese Food to Take Out"
Chicken
Unlimited
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy New Year
9710 North Kendall Drive
HORATIO'S
OF COCONUT GROVE HOTEL
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy New Year
2649 South Bayshore Drive 858-2500
Metro Sandwich
Shop
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
. A Very Happy New Year
152 N.E. 1 Avenue 371-3859
China Express
RESTAURANT
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy New Year
9501 Collins Avenue 861-9695
Special Dinner For Two: $6.95 Luncheon Special:
^ $1.45
A Very Happy New Year To All. .
Hungry Hound
Restaurant
12305 South Dixie Highway, Miami-238-0392
John Davis, Jr., Owners. Grace Card, Manager
Wong's Shanghai Home
o T fFine
IVeStaUrant MandarinSzechuan
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy New Year
12420 Biscayne Boulevard_________Phone 891-4313


Page 10-D
vjmisti fhridiar
Friday, September 16,1977
Search fOR nazis Qoes On
SIMON WEISENTHAL, world-renowned
Nazi hunter, spoke out against Interpol, the
private, French-based, police cooperative, during
his recent tour at the University of Miami.
Laraine Shape, chairman of the South Florida
Chapter of the National Commission on Law
Enforcement and Social Justice, interviewed
Weiaenthal and informed him of the legislation
currently being proposed in Florida to ban the
operations of Interpol within the state.
WEISENTHAL stated that he would support
such legislation and confirmed the fact that
Interpol has refused to help him track down Nazi
war criminals and that Interpol's President as
late as 1972 was former SS Nazi Officer Paul
DickopfSS 337259.
Weisenthal had previously been presented with
information regarding Interpol's Nazi history and
operation compiled by Vaughn Young, national
director of Research of NCLE.
This same information has been presented to
several Florida State Representatives and Police
Chiefs in the form of a booklet entitled
'INTERPOL: Facts Versus Fallacies.''
SHAPE STATED, "This booklet has caused
much controversy in the United States Congress
sparking five Congressional investigations."
Here in Florida, this booklet, with additional
information, has been presented to Rep. Eric
Smith of Jacksonville and Speaker of the Florida
House of Representatives Don Tucker. Rep.
Smith subsequently drafted legislation to limit
Interpol's unrestricted access to Florida Law En-
forcement files, and Rep. Tucker has stated that
he would back the legislation, Shape added.
Some of the facts presented in the booklet, as
listed by Shape:
Interpol is a private organization and has
never been established by or recognized by any
international charter or treaty;
Interpol does not have any power of arrest
and abuses the power it does have by harrassing
citizens;
Interpol members include many Com-
munist, Fascist, and police state countries;
Interpol is not regulated by any govern-
ment, including the United Nations;
Interpol was part of Hitler's Gestapo during
World War II and the ties with Nazis have con-
tinued up to today. Interpol's Secretary General
from 1968-1972 was former SS Nazi Officer Paul
DickopfSS 337259;
Interpol has never hunted Nazi war
criminals and has never fought international ter-
rorism or skyjacking;
Interpol will conduct investigations for
individuals and private organizations;
Interpol claims not to undertake any inter-
Reinhard Heydrich was assassinated in
Czechoslovakia in 1942, and his position as
chief of the SS Security Police was taken
over by Ernest Kaltenbrunner, who was sub-
sequently hung for war crimes at Nuremburg
in 1946.
andrew geller
EXQUISITE FOOTWEAR
MIAMI BEACH CORAL GABLES FORTLAUDERDALE
______ BAL HARBOUR SHOPS PALM BEACH MALL
358-6565
358-3080
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'age 11-D
,. activity of a political, military, rnli-
acial character, yet they do.
1946, 11 out of 14 of Interpol's top
es were either Nazi SS and Gestapo per-
f Nazi collaborators.
d1 has tried to cover up the fact that the
olution Conference," which resulted in
J atrocities and the deaths of six million
Dk place in the Interpol headquarters in
d1 has 125-member countries of which 90
Fascist, Communist or non-demo-
acluding Brazil and Argentina, known
trens."
>1 has access to information on all U.S.
government computer banks and can
Fthis information toCommunis tor Fascist
i completely unrestricted," stated Shape,
[is High time citizens of this country find
I truth about Interpol."
Varella
Transport
ible and Fruit Shipper
\7\ Southwest 200th Street,
Miami 33177
235-8170
Holiday to All of You
from All of Us,
rniversal Beauty
Supply Co.
I West Flagler St.
Greetings
.642-2775
I Auto Glass
To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy New Year
i NW 45 Avenue Phone 448-4580
445-6692
GABLES
ews and Book
i To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy New Year
362 Andalusia Phone 442-0101
and cJe
ferapao
:LRY STUDIO
To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy New Year
phf]r,44.2041
SINGER
.CLINICAL LABORATORIES
i To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy New Year
I 560 N.W. 42 Avenue Phone 443-8446
er'stein Caterers
1701 Washington A ve.
Miami Beach, Florida
)R INFORMATION CONTACT
htssaa. .534-0587or638-2503
Holiday Greetings____________
rame-Up
Gallery
Julian and Judy Frank
'fish A Joyous New Year To All
~ 167 St.-N. Miami Beach-651-3221
Veeman Builders
i Quail Roost Drive Phone 235-7811
[A Happy New Year To AIL..
PERSHIN6
AUTO
LEASING
Sol Frankel & Joseph Novel
Extend New Year
Greetings
To All Their Friends
>L Shorn Torn Tiketevu
Climate
Aluminum
Products Corp.
268 West 29 St., Hialeah
,887-6374
Free Estimates Carports
Awnings Screen Enclosures
Cabana Rooms
Aluminum Patios
A Happy 6 Prosperous
Jewish New Year To All
Our Friends 6 Customers
Holiday Greetings Frcm Mr. Steele Green and
SANITARY
FISH MARKET
Fresh Fish & Seafood
817 Biscayne Street Miami Beach
Phone: 672- 6281
A Happy New Year To AIL..
UPTOWN DELICATESSEN
Finest Quality FoodBuffet Catering
One Location To Serve You
Hot Corned Beef-Pastrami-Cold Cuts- Appetizers
Home Made Specialties
7438 Collins Ave., Miami Beach-866-7077
Westchester Card &
Candy Boutique, Inc.
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy New Year
8449 Coral Way- Phone 264-8252
STEVE BROTMAN
Suite 801 1401 Brickell AveMiami
A Happy To All
Ruth Shack & Family
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy New Year
Filbert
Corporation
3401 Northwest 71st Street,
Miami 33147
691-6800
Best Wishes to
Jewish Families
for a Peaceful
and Happy Rosh Hashandh


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Extends
Best Wishes
For The
Year Ahead
Star Hardware Co.
5747 N W. 22 Ave 691-3091
Laun Movers & Eist: Starting a'. $5-5
A Happy ft Prosperous Jewish New Year
To All oar Friends ft Customers
The Linen Closet
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy New Year
265 Eos t Flagler Street 374- 7489
M.Lieberman & Sons
Moving and Storage
1210 Washington Ave.. Miami Beach
Phone 538-8353
A Happy S'eu Year To AIL..
Elizabeth Arden
BEAUTY SERVICES and FASHIONS
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy S'eu Year
M02 Harding Avenue Phone: 865-; I
A Happy New Year to All
QUINTESSENCE
15801 South Dixie Highway Miami, Florida
Bleemer Levine
Associates
3814 N.E. Miami Court Miami. Fla.
Happy Holiday To AIL..
BUCHERT Rx
OPTICIANS
826 NE 125th Street 891-1818
Ntw Year Greetings
* hppy l m mm i New Ymr To All
Our F rlendi and CwHmm
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MOUTH MIAMI, F LOIDA 111 11
PHOMC(lM)*44-7M
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the Saga of
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B- THOMAS P MELADY
CNTRIQOER
SHIP STORE & BOATIQUE
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Beautx Salon
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Ronnie's Place
Mens Hair Styling
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Quesenbeiry & Catlin
Food Brokers
';; N V. '_L~c v.-e:a
Phone 64-3-1744
ATra IWGfMivN tfc JetwiskCommunity
Painter's Paramount
Poultry of Florida Inc.
I860 N.W. 75th Street. Miami. Florida
Phone 696-7&o;
A Happy A/en Fee- To .4a .
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0
Drugs
Free Deliver-.
NELSON'S PHARMACY
Prescription Specialists
Boh Nelson
Cosmetics
Sundries
Phone. 666-4425
1556 Venera Avenue. Coral Gables
J.S.S. Enterprises
2300 N.W. 36 Street. Miami. Florida
Phone 635-3600
Happy S'eu Year To AIL..
Overholt Jewelers
Crossroad Building
7220 Red Road South Miami
Phone 665-2112
A Happy S'eu Year To All.
Penny Electric Inc.
Residen tiaJ-CommerciaJ-1 nd ustrial Wiring
24 Hoar Emergency Service
Please Call -751 -8946 11720 NE. 2nd Avenue
Stewart G. Penny. President
___________.4 Happy S'eu- Year To All...
Wishing A Happy Holiday to all our
Friends and Customers.. .from
Lory's
Fashion Shops
Atlantic Plastic &
Engraving Co.
3128 N.E. 2nd Avenue. Miami
A Happy A Prosperous New Year 573-2619
To All Our Friends A Customers 573-1719
Philip Morris Office
Machines Inc.
2900 Biacayne Boulevard-573-3727
OFFICE EQUIPMENT
A Happy New Year To ALL..
RICH PHOTOS
Extends To The Entirm Jewish Community
A Very Hoppy New Year
1600 West Flogler StreetPhon* 643-2141
18S.W. 27 AvenuePhone 642-6750
701 N.W. 42 Avenue. Le Jeune Rood Phone 649-0600
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":. A.-..-.U.- Godfrev P. MI
Phone 532-1264
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Four Star Poultry
and Provisions, Inc.
.4 Happ\ S'eu Year To AM
2190 N.W. 13th Ave. Phone 32>llv3
Miami. Florida
Gables Hair Styling
And Barber Shop
300 Alhambra Cirde Coral Gables 446-74-31
.4 Happy Jeuish S'eu Year To
All Our Friends & Customers
Dr. Louie's
Upholstery Shop
:S35 NW 36th Ave.. Miami-Phone 691-7991
.4 Happy S'eu Year To AIL
Bel's Bike Shop
* Also sells Sfopeds
122 Normandv Dr.
Miami Beach S66-043
Extends A Happy Jeuish S'eu Year
To All Our Friends Cusfome's____
The Shamrock
Beauty Salon
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy S'eu- Year
852 Ali Baba Ave.. Opa-Locka 681-2490
Leumas Knitting
Mills, Inc.
A Happy S'ew Year To AIL..
The Finest Knits Under the Sun
The Lighting Center
8501 NW 7th Avenue
Phone 757-9611
A Happy New Year To ALL..
Master Gardens Florist
5226 W. Flagier Street- Phone 44^5972
Begonia Florist
8524 S.W. 40 St. Phone 223-6422
Flower Arrangements Special Pru*
A Happy New Year To AIL, for the Holdj*
PLANTATION
Funeral Home
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy New Year
7001 N.W. 4 Street 587-6888


,n without too much being said. As U.S.
k ador I suggested that my instructions
*Nttt be redone, that we were dealing with a
EELooa man and should therefore do every-
one to arrange for a systematic American with-
drawal.
THESE RECOMMENDATIONS were ac-
cepted and in the period between fall, 1972, and
nrinK '97^' we s*nmcant'y reduced the official
American presence in Uganda. Beginning in the
fall of 1972- advised all private American
citizens of the dangers and urged them to con-
sider leaving. As a result, the 1,100 figure was
reduced to about 250.
In August, 1972, in an economy that had been
going quickly downhill, Gen. Amin announced
that the "Asians." about 55,000 people who came.
mostly from India, were "milking" the economy
and were "dirty" (a term he used frequently
groups he doesn't like) and therefore
Myron S. Zeientz of
Bache, Halsey,
Stuart, Shields
Inc.
Extends Greetings to His Clients and Friends
ARTISTIC BRONZE INC.
Manufacturers of Quality Bronze Plaques
67 X\V 19th Ave. 681-4211
Opa-Locka, Florida 33054
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy Shavuoth
Superior Travel
Best Wishes for a Happy New Year To All.
1346 Washington Avenue 673-5558
Gold Key
Travel Inc.
1666 79th Street Causeway
Best Wishes for a Very Happy New Year
_________ Wm. Smith______________.
Mr. Vincent's
House of Beauty
615 7ast Street
Miami Beach-868-0789
Extends A Happy Jewish New Year
To All Our Friends & Customers
Old Cutler
Beauty Salon
462 Old Cutler Rd. Miami-251-0637
A Happy & Healthy New Year To
All Our Friends & Customers ^^^^
ICE GUAM STOSE
WILLA LEVITT and LAURA FELDMAN
Frenchlitd Store Owner
KENDALL MALL 8947 S.W. 107 AVE /MIAMI, FLORIDA 33156
Deerborne School
A Happy New Year To All
311 Sevilla Avenue-444-4662
HAPPY
WEAR
I ALL
| WE ARE
KOSHER
orth Miami Music Co.
A Happy New Year To All
12 N.E. 128th St. Phone 893-8296
Kugbeaters
B Of Florida Inc.
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
Holiday Greetings
7670 N.W. 55 St.-592-6220__________
Best Wishes for a Happy and Peaceful
New Year from the
North Bay Village
Jewish Center
Marvin Rose, Rabbi Murray Yavneh, Cantor
Albert M. Shulman, President
would have to leave in 90 days, with no more
than around $150 and a small suitcase.
THOUSANDS OF those people had been born
in Uganda and under any concept of international
law were clearly Ugandan citizens. No one could
quite believe that he was going to drastically
uproot every brown-skinned person, but he did
exactly what he said he would do. Within 90 to
100 days, all but less than 1,000 of the original
55,000 went to the airport, left by train to Kenya
(some of them suffering heart attacks, including
personal degradations like rape, in the presence of
their husbands), and meekly got on the planes or
trains and left.
They dispersed over various parts of the world,
mostly to Great Britain, 5.000 to Canada, 1,100 to
the United States. No one in 1972 seemed
prepared to challenge the clearly established
brutality of Amin.
At this moment, he seems to be concentrating
A Very Happy New Year To All
MIAMI CRATING
COMPANY
7801 Northwest 32nd Street- Miami 33122
592-4698
A Very Happy New Year To All...
Rollins Lighting
Products, Inc.
8814 Southwest 131st Street-Miami 33176
253-9111
Best wishes
for a Ncu> \)eu
of rWffi,
fiappir^ss
and" prosperity
principally on Christians. He is like all tyrants,
fearful of any potential opposition, and as he sees
the Catholics and Protestants with their inter-
national ties, mostly to Western countries, he will
brutalize and eliminate them.
WE SHOULD have seen signs of this earlier
for that really was inherent in his position against
the Jews. In the spring of 1971, a year before I
arrived, Amin had suddenly started 3peaking
against Israel and the Jews. In the 1960's Amin
had been in Israel where he had some paratrooper
training.
After coming into power, he thought he could
convince the Israeli government to finance his
exceedingly high demands for military hardware.
The Israelis exercised good sense and turned him
down, as did the Germans, the French and the
British. As he was leaving London, he received a
message from Libya's Col. Muammar el-Qaddr
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New Year Greetings
Broward 458-5312
Dade 945-9579
STANLEY JEWELERS
Est. 1920
Fine Jewelry
Diplomat Mall
Hallandale, Fla. 33009
New Year Greetings
Ritz Bros:
Beverage Canners Inc.
Isidore Wollowick, President
Ruby Wollowick, Chairman of the Board
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR

HOMEMAKERS
3000 Executive Bldg., Suite 704
3050 Biscayne Blvd., Miami, Fla. 33137
People to help you... part-time or all the time
Registered Nurses "Male Attendants
Licensed Practical Nurses Hrly. or Live-In
Hrly. or Live-In Home Visiting Housemothers
Health Aides "Companions/ Housekeepers
Telephone: (305) 5766325___________
The Greater Miami
Jewish Cemetery Assoc.
Owners of
Mt. Sinai Memorial
Park Cemetery
1125 N.W. 137th ST., MIAMI, FLA.
& Jewish Section of
Woodlawn Park
Cemetery
3260 S.W. 8th St., MIAMI, FU.
HYMAN CHABNER,
President
FREDRIC ROSENTHAL
IstV.P.
Extends Mw Tear Greeting $
To The Entire Jewish Community
A Rabbi will be available
for private services
each Sunday for the month of
Elul preceedingthe
High Holy Holidays


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Miami Beach Nursing
Home and Sossin
System Inc.
960 5th Street Miami Beach 33139
531-3321
Dr. Mieheei Soesm. President
Cantor's Candy, Tobacco, &
Wholesale Grocery Co., Inc.
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy New Year
2041 N.W. 12Aressaa Phone 324-4414
Mel's Hardware Store
10675 S. W. 109 Cocrt-Miami-279- 1898
Extend* A Joy out A Happy Jewxsh Sew Year
To AH
New Year Greetings
Interiors by Hector's
Custom Hade Furniture- Upholstery
1440 Aha. Road. Mauei Baaea. F1a..33139
Hector GaUano
Hippy Hobday to AH'
Atlantis Jewelry Inc.
2220 NE 123 St.-893-2118
Large Selection of Gifts Attractively Priced for
Holidays
Printing Arts Co,
1300 NW 29 Street
A Happy New Year To All
The TEITLER FAMILY
Alney Printing, Inc.
Aluey BaMw
5701 N.E. 2nd Avenue-758-3681
A Complete Direct Mail Service
Offset Printing. Personalized Letters
Type, Hand and Met)**""*** Addrmiting
A Happy and Prosperous Wen Yr
Francis & Company
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YUMMY
"The Old Fashioned sSread"
4536 Northwest 183rd Street,
North Miomi 33055
624-5079
Best w/shes for o Peocefu/ ond
Hoppy /?osh Hoshonoh.
Family Hardware
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not CIA agents.
WHEN ASKED for the evidence, he said,
Zionists, Jews, CIA agents." It was late fall,
1972 By then, my instructions had been changed
from somehow to get on with the man and keep a
low profile, to do everything to get people out
within a low profile and prepare for a new
situation
We closed our mission in 1973 and I became the
last US. Ambassador to Uganda. While history
will hold that President Nixon made a variety of
mistakes, it was he who personally approved the
closing of the American Embassy. In my final
report, I wrote directly to the President advising
that the U.S. should not dignify the ongoing
genocide with the presence of an American
ambassador.
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mad when he sent that telegram to Waldheim, he
repeated himself in 1973, and said that Hitler was
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right about the Jews, that they all should be
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would be naming a park in honor of that great
humanitarian, Adolf Hitler. In 1975, Gen. Amin
spoke at the United Nations for over an hour and
called for the extinction of the State of Israel.
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with the terrorist group which landed the
hijacked plane at Entebbe. One must be thankful
that the Israelis had the courage and the guts to
rescue the hostages. If not, I am convinced that
the Jewish hostages would have received
treatment similar to the one given Mrs. Rloch.
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AnniveRsaRy
Of the
Retucn to
Israeli soldiers at the liberated Western Wall on June 7, 1967, overwhelmed by the greatness
of the moment. A t long last, they had realized the dream of two millenia of Jewish longing
JeRusalem
By WALTER EYTAN
M
I DON'T know who would have predicted ten
years ago that today, ten years later, Israel would
be no nearer peace than she was then at the end
of the Six-Day War. There was euphoria in the air
then: it had been such a smashing victory that
surely this was the war to end all wars, and peace
must ensue.
Israel had not wanted the war: it had been
forced on her by Nasser and it had turned
against him.
The Six-Day War drove the Egyptians out of
Sinai and Gaza, the Syrians out of the Golan
Heights, and the Jordanians unexpectedly,
because no one had thought they would interfere
-out of the West Bank.
IT WAS a military achievement without
precedent, but, as had happened before, Israel
proved unable to reap its political fruits. If
anything, it was the Arabs that reaped them
particularly the PLO, which rose from obscurity
to become, thanks to the world press, a
"resistance movement" with official status in the
United Nations.
This is not to say that the war did not bring
Israel very tangible benefits. It removed the
military threat from Sinai and the Golan Heights.
It threw the Jordanian border back to the
Jordan River: no longer were enemy troops
stationed within a few miles of Netanya and Tel
Aviv. With the retreat of the Jordanians,
Jerusalem was reunified and if one thing is
certain, it will remain so.
ISRAEL WAS, in a way, as stunned as were
the Arabs and the rest of the world. But the shock
wore off quickly, and Jews and Arabs were soon
pouring into one another's areas in Jerusalem,
even fraternizing, to their own amazement, and
discovering they could live side by side in reason-
able comfort.
Soon, by agreement between Israel and Jordan,
the "open bridges" policy was instituted: Arabs
from Jordan and other Arab countries came
streaming into the West Bank (and from there
could easily visit Israel). Tens of thousands of
Arab workers, from the West Bank and from
Gaza, came to work daily in Israel's towns and
villages, and a form of co-existence was
established which continues to this day.
It is, however, or so it seems today, precisely
because Israel was stunned that she was unable
to elevate the momentum of war into a mo-
mentum of peace.
IT WOULD almost certainly have been
' possible, in the weeks immediately following the
Six-Day War, to transform the West Bank into an
autonomous or semi-autonomous region which
would soon have federated with Israel. As things
are now, we live with the threat of a Palestinian
"homeland" federated, at best, with Jordan.
When finally one or two Ministers, just before
and just after the Yom Kippur War, themselves
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proposed such autonomy for the West Bank, it
was of co-irse too late, far too late. They had not
seized the opportunity when the proposal was
first made to them in June and July of 1967.
It had been hoped then that time would do
Israel's work. The material advantages which the
Arabs derived from Israel's administration of the
West Bank would have their effect.
IN" THE EVENT, the area has indeed
developed mightily in its agriculture and
prosperity in other fields, in the infrastructure of
roads and communications in general, in health
services, in education, in employment, in face in
every domain. But the Arabs are politically as far
from Israel, and as hostile to her. as ever they
were.
In the wake of the Six-Day War. Israel herself
enjoved a degree of prosperity she had never
known. The. recession of 1966-67 was succeeded
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by a boom, and if. among other things, this made
the rich richer, its deleterious effects were not at
first apparent.
The result was an excess of self-confidence for
which, after six fat years, we paid the price in the
Yom Kippur War of 1973.
ISRAEL had been careful not to annex the
West Bank, sensing that it could be a major asset
in any negotiation for peace. But successive
governments contented themselves with rejecting
the unacceptable' peace plans" of others, without
putting forward concrete ideas of their own. The
only exception was the Allon Plan, which however
was consistently turned down by King Hussein of
Jordan, to whom it had been offered
Israel's one great success has been the
unification and effective municipal ad-
ministration of Jerusalem. The tenth anniversary
of the reunification of Jerusalem was celebrated
on the appropriate Hebrew date with a full heart.
There is no news of much celebration, for all the
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political changes in Israel during these past few
weeks, of ten years of Israeli rule of the West
Bank. Basically this is due to the fact that while
the world may not recognize Jerusalem as Israel's
capital, everyone knows that the city will never
again be divided, and most people know that it
will remain, essentially, under Israeli rule
BUT THE world shows no sign of acquiescing
in the maintenance, indefinitely, of Israeli rule on
the West Bank.
The problems which the Six-Day War might
have solved if it had been followed by imaginative
political action seem as far from solution today as
ever they were. There may be all kinds of ways of
tackling them, but they cannot be solved without
courage, imagination and initiative on Israel's
part.
The aftermath of the war. by putting Israel
politically on the defensive (which means, in the
eyes of the world, "in the wrong "I. has left us a
legacy which it will take all our resouicefulness to
overcome.
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jeRusAlem: lsRael's
hnost ValtiABle Asset
By YORAM KESSEL
USALEM Teddy Kollek, plain Teddy
to the world, labeled by Saul Bellow as "Israel's
valuable political asset," believes his city
ihe best chance of staying united if it's
shown to be so in practive. In any case, he con-
siders there is not a ghost of a chance of the city
ever being pulled asunder again.
It is not merely fundamental to Israeli politics
that any government suggesting such a move
would not survive but unity of the city is an
indelible element in the national consciousness.
He does, believe, however, that Israelis, Jews
generally, "must have a feeling that it is good for
the citv to be united. If neglected, it would look as



MAYOR TEDDY KOLLEK
if it doesn't really belong to us and we would face
the world with guilt rather than the confidence
necessary in convincing people everywhere of the
right ness of things the way they are."
A DECADE after the walla were pulled down,
for Teddy Kollek by and large things have i
well, much better indeed than we could hi -
imagined."
He admits there have been mistaki
ng Knb hostility. Israelis have not alwi
n ready to acknowledge that Aral) attachment
tO the City is also great He also BCCeptf '.hat
insufficient sovereignty has been given local
Arabs over matters like education which are their
own concern.
He believes, however, that none of the periodic
headline grabbing issues of land appropriation or
slum clearance programmes, particularly in the
Old City, has been in error. The mistakes have
been not in content but sometimes in im-
plementation, the heavy-handedness or lack of
tact with which they have been carried out.
IT WAS Jerusalem and Israel's good fortune
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idnx* each new park, each ne-w cu-tura. oc soca.
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which marks his
resataxishm with the world, it is a rewarding
expenence as people greet him cheerfully.
HE ADMITS to fear of the unknown when the
decBaon was taken znmedjareiy after the Six-Day
War to throw open without restraint the two
segments of the air Now be recogrnxes that as a
%M and most wise decision
He once forecast a would take a generation to
erase the dxvsioos totally He now thinks it may
take aanch longer But why not? Look at
Beigxam or Canada. We don t do so badly for two
nuxi groups living together. Anyway why
shouki pro b ems always have absolute sohnions
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Best Wishes for a Peaceful
and Happy Rosh Hashanah
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Frozen Foods Inc.
Open to Public. .
Food Stamps Accepted
100 Northeast 4th Road,
Homestead 33030
245-7787
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conscience that their making pot has not sue-
ceeded. In Jerusalem we don't want to meh the
differences Not merely the Old City but the city
as a whole has been bait on the prociple of
different quarters and we hope to emphasize the
speciainess of each rather than brar the dif-
ferences
HE SCOFFS impatiently at the idea of there
ever being a workable re-division even with
ostensible goodwill. We know what will happen
with dual sovereignty. Look at the intolerance for
Christians. Kurds, other minorities everywhere m
the Arab world. Give it six weeks and the barbed
wire and minefields would be up again Even if
the world were to guarantee an open aty you
can't really expect us to trust the outside world
on that, or'indeed on any crucial issue
Teddy Kollek dwells on small things which he
aelieves really matter above all a new
playground out of the rubble of no-man "a land, a
Con tinned on Page 13-E_______
We Wish To Extend
Best Wishes To The
Entire Jewish
Community
For A Joyous New Year
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Miami 33014
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Packers Et Shippers of
Limes & Avocados
25251 Southwest 139th Avenue,
Princeton 33030
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Friday. September 16, ]
people aRe What you RememBeR
Br HABOLD RIBALOW *-
PEOPLE. What mm remember worn. aboat Is-
rael in as people. Even thouah much of the land
historic tad there ere holy end ancient sues
everywhere, iu men. women and. especjalh-. chB-
dreiL remain etched sharply x the cod Not all
art "nice" or admirable or heroic- They seldom fit
the propaganda posters and often they are tired.
dpinted and. lie the rest of as in other lands.
wracked with ambition and greed Nonetheless,
there u a special quality. a Tmk|rws. thafteeps
you recurnms; to the land because of them and not
A relative of ssssl is married to a Moraecan
woman. Jew. by way of Paria She has two
brothers in Israel and we visited one of them, who
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921-5200 Broward
Lee's Personal Touch
171 N.W. 193 St.. Miami 652-2791
Extends A Joyous A Happy Seu Year
To All Our Friends St Customers
Automated Medical
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7501 N.W. 66th St.-Miami-592-1346
lir Lloyd Rothenberg. President
A Happy Jewish New Year To AH..
Home Lumber & Industrial
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1050 E. 25th Street. Hialeah. Florida
Phone 691-85 15-Hank Penchansky
A Happy Seu Year To All..
'fjiettinifi
Compliments of
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bES ROCHER SAND COMPANY
3660 Northwest
North River Drive,
634-7075
hvee with his wife and child in Bet Sbemeah. a 35-
mmute ride by car from Jerusalem. Michel
now known as Men- is a handsome, sturdy, rather
happy former Frenchman still in his late twenties
or very early thirties.
He had come to Israel in 1967 to fight in the
Six-Day War and apparently had decided that he
could rise more quickly m Israeli society than in
France, where he was both a Jew and a Moroccan.
.As he told me. he thought his son could have far
better opportunities in Israel
HIS WIFE. Scranne, had been born in Israel
bat her oarents. too. are from Morocco Casa-
blanca, a dty they still love and remember with
great affection. But in Israel they feel more at
home Suzanne is thin. fuD of energy and
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recovering from an iHneaw which has forced her to
give up her job the difficult one of coofcng
hmch for more than one hundred employees of a
targe industrial company. She raises her six-year-
old son and hopes that with the enforced rest she
will have another child next year.
Bet Sbemeah is a very large town, with govern-
ment flats inhabited largely by Oriental Jews
Meir and Suzanne informed us. with some pride,
that a few hundred Russian immigrant* are now
living in Bet Sbemeah. and we did see a handful of
them walking about the streets rather un-
certainly. We had asked them for the specifk
building in which our relatives lived and we were
able to sense immediately that these people knew
no Hebrew and themselves fek they were
strangers in the town. Some Orthodox American
groups were now also coming to live in Bet
Sbemesh. another development which apparent ly
pleases the North African Jews.
THE APARTMENT in whk'-. Meir and
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Suzanne live is on the very top floor of the very
last house built in a semicircle quite far from the
center of the town. There are no elevators; each
family has many children; the rooms are small.
The children in the street, most of whom speak
French more fluently than Hebrew, are good-
looking and desperate for something to do
(although we were there in the summer and one
must assume they are occupied during the school
year).
When we queried them on the address we
sought, they made it a major project. They
jabbered happily, pushed our car around corners,
offered constant advice and did not leave us alone
until they were satisfied that we had found the
right people and knew just how to get to their flat
on the top floor.
Our relatives, whom we had never met before,
somehow seemed delighted to see us, in part, I
fear, because we were Ashkenazi, or Western
Jews. It made them more important in the eyes of
their neighbors, we saw with some distress. They
were terribly hospitable, offering us special
Moroccan foods, including a delicious mint tea.
They pointed with particular pride to their new
couch, their television set, the heater in the boy's
room (he immediately called us "uncle" and
"aunt" and assured us that the heater kept him
warm in the winter), and the overly colorful wall-
paper and designed rugs on the walls.
SUZANNE, affectionate and likable, accepted
us at once as close friends and told us of her
health problems, her joy in her son, of her pride in
Continued on Page 8-E
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CLOTHES MADE TO ORDER
775 N.E. 125 St.. No. Miami
893-1080
A Happy Jewish New Year To All
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REX CARPET
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Holiday Greetings
3458 N.W. 7 Street
264-4534
The Adpress
446 S.W. 8th St.
Miami 854-6010
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100 N.E. 7th St., Miami 377-3721
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7060 S.W. 8th St., Miami-261-1363
A Happy Jewish New Year To
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Ocean Delicacies
3962 Curtiss Pkwy-Miami Springs
871-9573
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___A Happy New Year
ENFIELD'S
A Very Happy New Year To All...
4000 NW 30th Avenue. 633-1551
Crawford Electric
3925 South West 82 Ave., Miami, Florida
Phone: 264-4632
A Happy New Year To All...
Christine Lee's Gaslight!
Chinese Specialties Prime Sirloins
Serving Daily to 2 a.m.
18401 Collins Avenue Phone: 931-7700
A Happy New Year To All...
Elsie Undergarment
Company
A Happy New Year To All...
Happy and Healthy New Year
Colonial Furniture
and Cabinetry Co.
5160 East 10 Ct., Hialeah
688-4771
Cumberland Discount
Drugs
330 Lincoln Road Phone 534-3525
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy New Year
Modern Fish &
Seafood Market
3644 Grand Avenue, Coconut Grove
Phone 443-1445
A Happy New Year To All...
The Turf Pub
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy New Year
22 Ocean Drive Phone 672-3182
Edward Don & Co.
1550 N. Miami Avenue
A Very Happy New Year To All...
ELLEN'S
221 Miracle Mile
Coral Gables-444-8313
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150 N.W. 176th St., Miami, Florida
Phone: 652-3628
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3327 N.W. 79th Ave.
Dade 592-1490 Broward 522-2182
A Very Happy New Year______
Seeman's Wallpaper
& Decorating Barn
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
Holiday Greetings
inOfl N.E. 1 Avenue 947-5311_______
Castle Harbor
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Extend To The Entire Jewish Community
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A Happy New Year To All
Biochemistry
Associates
International
Subsidiary of American Biomedical Corp.
1 N.E. 19 Street Phone: 573-5230
Cynamon Bros.
1051 E. 49th St.. Hialeah 688-6653
Happy and Healthy New Year
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Paint Company
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
Hobday Greetings
2503 Coral Way 856-6730_______
Budget Hardware
& Appliances
849 N.E. 125th St., North Miami-891-6551
A Happy New Year To All...
Roger French
Custom Tailors
' Where Customers Send Their Friends"
7209 SW 57th Court. 667-8768
Happy New Year To All...
Sol Megdell Realtor
Phone 538-8551-605 Lincoln Road
New Year Greetings To All Our Friends
K&K Trailer Supplies
A Very Happy New Year
23215 S. U. S. Hwy 1 1299 NW 79 St.
S.Miami (Homestead (5 Blocks W. of 1-95 Exit
245-1212 693-1402
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310-312 Seybold Building
36 NE First Street-Phone 358-2485
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Miami 261-3021
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-iir Israel ha land. He hopea to learn to drive
a ear and eventually own out. Hia aoa. he repeat.
w-X be aa Israeli and wiD act a apod educate- 1
Sciaxne beams and whispers that she hopes she ':
wZ have another child.
THE TRUTH is. of cocrse. that they do not
_-. weil evec by Israeli standards. Their Mdamg
*r. with people and none of them have any
-^ privacy Tbexr town is cut away from the rest
of -.he county and there really is aothc^ v. : -
3e: Sbemesh. .\2 the North Africans take :.-
: i. e face that they are together, at the hh
;_=(e -.he-. o:w they are. m a sense. segr%?-:
ir-.c :-* "A astern Jew? Sot all the street-? are :':'
rd
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.bey are not :n sencr.. T-*
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.-* f-.r j sectcn --. Israel- But they wouid rv.r.rr
- -^ -..-^i -'. tne-j lands of or%^i-
They x*>< wrth opunusm to the r-:-r* ::' .-r_-
u--^i.^-- I" -- streets and m the haliwa>-s and
:ne bomes. >r>u feel a tremendocs his force and
:.s
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6800 Nor+hwes* 32"2 Avenue
Miami 33U7
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520 South Krome Avenue
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1091 Washington Ave.. Miami Beach-531-4951
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Reverend & Mrs. Leo Rosenbiurr.
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82 NW 1 st Street
Homestead 33030
247-3604
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7543 Biscayne Blvd., Miami 33138
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Happy Rosh Hashanah
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Equipment for Shipping Cattle
Swine and Horses
P.O. Box 52-3361 Miami 33152
681-7221
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P.O. Box 3295,
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324-9043
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L September 16,1977
drive. These people are at home.
THE REMARKABLE serenity of Meir and
L Suzanne may be contrasted with the life of a
K South African Jew, who has so much more reason
to be satisfied, if you consider only the travail of
daily life. Yet he displayed discontent and broken
illusions the longer we talked with him.
We had stopped in Netanya for lunch. It is a
clean, pretty town, whipped by sea breezes, with
the open, relaxed appearance of a resort town.
While the sun shines with extraordinary bright-
ness, the air is dry and it is never too hot. There
I., ^ a' great many large hotels and outdoor cafes
[:: and restaurants. Netanya is relaxing, even when
tourism is down and shopkeepers are glum.
The outdoor cafe where we elected to eat looked
no better or worse than any of the others on the
same street. As a matter of fact, one could not tell
where one eatery started and the other ended,
except for the bill of fare, which differed in each
..... place.
> WE WERE served by a fourteen-year-old boy,
who was eager to please. He has a British or
South African accent, although he also spoke
fluent Hebrew. We quickly realized that he wasn't
a hired waiter; most probably, a member of the
family. After some meaningless chit-chat, we did
* knh triericii^n
Page 9-E
learn that the restaurant was his father's and that
the family was from South Africa.
The food was tasty and when the four of us had
completed eating, the table was loaded with
dishes. A man in his forties came out to clean up
and asked us if we had enjoyed the food. We
assured him we had.
"You are Americans?" he stated rather than
asked. We admitted it, but pointing out that my
daughter and son-in-law had settled in Israel four
years earlier. "Four years!" he exclaimed. And
without much more ado, he sat down with us and
poured out his own experiences.
HIS NAME is Cyril Sussman and he was in
Israel less than two years. He had been a jeweler
near Johannesburg. He had four sons and his wife
had been an artist of sorts "back home." It was
she, on an earlier visit to Israel, who had con-
vinced him to come and try to live in the Jewish
State.
"She constantly talked about the land and the
people," Sussman said plaintively. "She wouldn't
hear any criticism and said, 'Don't talk about the
country unless you've been there.' I thought that
was fair enough. And I believed her enthusiasm.
So here we are. It has been very difficult." He
sighed.
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He then embarked upon a litany of mis-
fortunes. When he left South Arica he had sought
correct information and background facts from
shlichim. He apparently was misled, ormisunder-
stood the shlichim or, in the over-all, wasn't too
bright about his resettlement.
He was entitled to obtain a loan for an apart-
ment if the apartment cost up to IL 90,000. For
every 10,000 beyond that, he was disallowed IL
10,000. As he had a wife and four children ano
elected to live in the resort town of Netanya (there
were many South African Jews and the terrain
and climate resembled his home town), he
couldn't find anything in the IL 90,000 category.
IN THE END, he bought a flat without the aid
of a government loan. He had the money, having
been a well-to-do jeweler. I couldn't help thinking
of Meir and Suzanne in Bet Shemesh and how IL
90,000 was a sum beyond their wildest
imaginings.
Then Sussman, still talking incessantly and
hardly aware of whether or not we were listening,
continued his sad (to him) story. "And I thought
I could get a business loan. You see, I had decided
to open a restaurant, this one. Finally, it came. It
Continued on Page 10-E
Best Wishes at New Year
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Miami 33156 661-1571
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1977
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wasn't more than II 40.000. And it took eight
months to get. Almost impossible pressure. '
What made it all even worse is that he had to
rent the property from a landlord who lived in
Paris, an absentee owner in the fullest sense.
Thus. Sussman's lawyer and the landlord's law-
yer played games with one another. It took
months to reach agreement on all the clauses. But
when it came to the final signing of papers, Suss-
man came without his lawyer. "My Hebrew is
pretty good, you understand and I had thought
everything had been cleared up. But my Hebrew
wasn't that good that I could follow every word of
every clause. What shall I tell you? The lawyer for
the other side altered some of the phrasing and I
found that I had to pay more money) sooner. It
was awful.'' Sussman looked to us for sympathy.
I found it hard to give it. How foolish can a man
be? The answer is: more foolish than one can
imagine.
WE WERE talking to him in mid-August. "In
June." be said, "only two weeks before I was to
open .the cafe. I had a fire. Here. Inside." He
a ted
TheinTerToToi
pointed in the general direction oi tne mienor
the restaurant as we sat out-of-doors, squinting in
the bright sunlight. Two of my coffee burners
blew up."
I tried to keep him calm as the sound of his
voice rose. Well, you must have had your in-
surance I said That's one of the problems, he
answered. "When I looked at my insurance
poucv. even- item covered was listed except
the burners. I don't know how it happened, but
mv agent had forgotten to list them. And he was
from South Africa, too. A good man. I thought.
Sussman seemed especially hurt that he had been
misled bv a fellow South African, as though this
made the loss doubly painful. The lawyer, too.
had been an African "a top man." Somehow.
Sussman had been taken by both.
Yet one could not scorn him entirely. Why had
he really come to Israel? Not. surely, because he
wanted to run a restaurant? No. "I had remem-
bered the tales my father had told me about life in
the thutl in Lithuania. You know most South
African Jews do come from Lithuania, and they
loved the memories of the shtetL In Africa, I used
to go to shul with my sons and dreamed of living
in Israel, in nshtetl in Israel, going to shul with
my sons."
'A Happy Prosperous New Year!
Mark
Originals
350 Northeast 75th Street,
Miami 33138
751-3528
Atlantic Hosery
Mills, Inc.

A Happy & Prosperous
New Year To All Our
Friends & Customers
Sanitary Fish Inc.
817Biscaxne St.. Miami Beach
Phone 672-6281
685-7617
4705 NW 132 Ave.
Miami
A Happy To All Our Friends & Customers
Happy Holiday To All
Minna Lee
252 Miracle Mile. Coral Gables
443-4264
Barber Lumber Co. Inc.
901 N.W. 71st Street. Miami. Fla.
Phone: 836-3641
A Happy New Year To All...
Enness Garment Co.Inc.
Enness Garment Bldg., 221 NW 1st Court Miami
Phone 373-1257
New Year Greetings To AIL..
Eddie's Tailor Shop
8250 N.E. 2nd Ave., Miami
Ph. 758-3932
Happy Holidays
Sincere Wishes For A Happy New Yrl
Fence Masters Inc.
Rustic Red Cedar
Aluminized Chain Link
Vinyl Coated Chain Link
30 Years in Miami
7101 N.W. 69th Ave.
Phone 885-1446
Fabulous Diamonds
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Happy New Year
655 N.W. 57 Ave., Miami 264-2772
599 West 49 Street, Hialeah 577-3360
Marylen Beauty Salon
3430 Coral Way
Coral Gables 445-9275
Skin Care & Electrolysis
A HaDDv Jewish New Year To All...
HAPPY NEW YEAR
SAC Construction
Marvin Sheldon-Stanley Cohen
Phone 667-8866-9501 So. Dixie Hwv.
Gem Drugs
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
MY FRIENDS AND CLIENTS
295 Miracle Mile 446-6321
Gelfand Roofing
7565 NW 24 Ave.. Miami
Phone 759-0922 or 696-4301
A Happy New Year To All...
Draw Drapes
of South Florida
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy New Year
2020 Harrison St. 921-2322 Miami Phone 947-4215
Brother's Zito
Beauty Salon
1200 NE 163 St. N. Miami Beach-945-9449
A Happy Jewish New Year To All Our
Friends & Customers
A Very Happy New Year To All...
Fruit Fair
1654 Collins Ave.-532-1713
Goodies Delicatessen
Extends To the Entire Jewish Community
A Happy New Year
1645 Washington Avenue -531-6215
Florence Beauty Salon
1448 A Washington Avenue-Miami Beach
673-9525
.4 Happy Jewish New Year Tc All Our Friends am
Customers
To AIL.. Best Wishes for the Holiday
Connie's Septic
Tank Co., Inc.
Phone: 592-3495
Hershey Windows
Screens and Jalousies
820-6 St.. Miami Beach 672-1874
Best Wishes for a very Happy
__________and Healthy New Year
Edison Furniture
Open Daily Monday Thru Saturday 9 till 6
"North Miami's Finest"
Name Brands Bank AmericardMastercharge
Plus Free Deliverv and S&H Green Scamps
545 N.E. 125th Street Phone: 893-0800
Designers Fashions
730 Lincoln Road-Phone: 531-2035
Discounts Galore
A Happy New Year To All
Cypress Gardens
Flower Shop
Of South Miami
5904 S. Dixie Hwy.-667-2559
Happy. Healthy and Joyous New Year
Dade Underwriters
Insurance Agency
Ralph D. Hollander
901 N.E. 125th Street N. Miami 891-6300
A Happy New Year To All...
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
Israel Kosher
Sausage Co.
761 N.W. 21* Street
Jack Lawrence AHaPPyand
Hair Design ttESESZi
Friends and Customers
13913 N.W. 67 Avenue-(Ludlam Road)
Miami Lakes 821-7602
The Gorgeous Girl
Beauty Salon
7008 S.W. 87th Avenue 271-8583
A Happy Jewish Holiday To All our Friends &
Customers
Cecil J. Mobley
Realtor
924 Lincoln Rd.-Suite 208-Phone 531-5728
Miami Beach. Florida
A Happy New Year To All...
W.L. Nass&Sonlnc.
Commercial Appliances, Parts, and Service
6801 NW 25 Avenue Phone: 696-5231
A Happy New Year To All..
A Happy New Year To All From...
Carlson
Construction Co.
General Contractors
554 N.W. 54th St. Miami Phone 759-5716
Chase Savers
Insurance Corp
8300 NE 2 Avenue 754-2622
A Happy New Year To All...
Fontana Shoes
217 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach 534-2077
A Happy Jewish New Year To
All Our Friends & Customers


[iday. September 16,1977
*Jewifi fhridkiri
Pagell-E
"TIME IS working against us. Within the next
vears Jerusalem has to take on even more of a
wish character. We're aiming for a Jewish
Sationof 500,000 by 1987."
According to Uzi Narkiss, General of the Israel
Army who commanded the forces during the Six-
nav War that reunified Jerusalem, his only dis-
BDDointment in the ten years since Jerusalem's
^unification has been that more Jews haven't
wttled in the city, and that more hasn't been built
w establish a stronger Jewish presence there.
NARKISS IS now director-general of the
Aliyah Department of the Jewish Agency, which
promotes immigration to Israel.
"In the last ten years," Narkiss said,
Jerusalem has lost the character of a provincial
city It's now a big city in every sense of the word
-a city with a special meaning. It is truly a
capital.
"It's not yet the economic center of the country
time Seems
to Be WoRkinq
against Us
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Beltran Insurance
Consultants
9095 Southwest 87th Avenue,
Miami 33176
279-7870
Jean and David Miller
Rose and Irving Newman
IMiller-Newman
Insurance Agency, Inc.
580 N.E. 92nd Street,
Miami Shores, Florida
Telephone 757-1636
Extend Best Wishes
to all thtir friends
for a very Happy New Year
{Formerly Shores Insurance Agency)
Sunset Gardens Florist
8735 SW 72 St.-595-5330
Coral Gables & Kendall
Complete Floral Service
A Happy Jewish New Year To All
Victor Custom Tailor
2121 Biscayne Blvd. Miami-576-2313
A Happy & Prosperous New Year
To All Our Friends & Customers
We wish all Jewish Families
a Peaceful
and Happy Rosh Hashanah
RINKER
MATERIALS INC.
P.O. Box 2996, Hialeah, 33012
524-5543
M ? II 11
and I wonder if it ever will be, but I think the real
potential for Jerusalem lies in its possibility as a
center for super-sophisticated industry and as the
intellectual hub of the country," Narkiss added.
"JERUSALEM CANNOT exist on an in-
dustrial base. We must see that the city is a place
where universities and yeshivot can flourish. By
emphasizing Jerusalem as a place of higher
learning, we can reinforce the spiritual and holy
image that the city has all over the world."
Narkiss said that Jerusalem has truly
blossomed as a capital since 1967. "By reunifying
the city," he said, "we have been able to establish
a stronger political presence here. Even though
not one foreign power recognizes Jerusalem as the
capita! of Israel, we will continue to be obstinate
and insist that this is where the embassies belong.
"We are well aware of the delicacy of the
situation regarding foreign countries and their
relations with the Arabs. However, we are quite
I Continued on Page 12-E
Florida Drapery
Specialists
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy New Year
DRAPERIES EXPERTLY CLEANED
AND CUSTOM MADE
445 Northwest 54th Street 757-0649
Jfaythereatahead
be the best,
a year 0/ happiness and peace,
el good health and
good for tune.
Edward Magill
25 Southeast 2nd. Avenue,
Miami 33131
358-7777
A Happy
Rosh Hashanah
Growers Packing
Co., Inc.
GROWERPACKERSHIPPER
Quality Tomatoes
P.O. Box 3012,
Florida City 33030
247-0654
Mr. Roy Smith extends Best Wishes to Jewish Families in the State for a
Peaceful and Happy Rosh Hashanah. .
SMITH'S
SUPER MARKET
A FAMILY STORE OWNED AND OPERATED BY MR. ROY SMITH
202 West Hillsboro Blvd., Deerfield Beach 33441


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happy that some countries, notably the Nether-
lanes and Switzerland among the Europeans, and
mar.v of the Asian countries maintain their
embassies in Jerusalem It is recognition, albeit
not official, of Jerusalem as the capital
"THE LESSON'S of the last ten years have
been tremendous for Israel and the rest of the
world We have learned that Jews. Moslems, and
Christians of all denominations can live together
in peace, and we have seen that the reunification
has meant an improved economic life for all."
He said that the Israeli government was
conscious of discontent among Jerusalem s Arab
population, primarily because they are now
pay^g taxes previously not levied by the Jor-
danian. '
However, be added, full education and health
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My tk Se. Year bring to
you and yours bo^ntffui har-
vest of tK# Hiingj most worth-
whfo. .. hearth, friendship love
s:: -ess nd br'ng to ful-
filment your most cherished
desires.
Levison
Loans
130 North Miami Avenue,
Miami 33128
371-6437
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ENGLANDER
ENGINEERING
Corporation
1099 East 47th Street,
Hialeah 33013
688-8581
Alfred & Eva Engler
extend Best Wishes
for a Peaceful and
Happy Rosh Hashanah
16.1977
4
UZI NARKISS
HAPPy
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' -e- s- -* A ,ta- e*' -*oc "ess a-5
prosoe''ty.
Radiator
Agency
2011 Southwest 8th Street,
Miami 33135
643-3243

warn
Best W ishes
for a Peaceful and
Happy Rosh Hashanah. .
Borden
Crystal
Wate
j
7580 \ortheast 4th Court,
Miami 33138
759-4421
care is being provided for the Arab residents of
the city, and that all people are entitled to in-
struction according to the tenets of their faiths
THE ONLY demand of the Israeli government,
he said, is that all school students study Hebrew
language and Israeli civics.
L'nder the Master Plan for the city, which
Narkiss voted for as a member of the City Council
of Jerusalem, the 198" population of 500.000 Jews
in the city would be complemented by 150.000
Arab residents. About 100.000 Arabs now live in
East Jerusalem.
Is such long term planning justifiable in light
of the unsettled international situation in the
Middle East?
FORTY-EIGHT HOURS after the battle for
Jerusalem started, we arrived at the Western
Wall." Narkiss said. "From that moment on. I
was sure that no force on earth woul' ever get u?
May you all 6 bintrd utth
an abundance oj
novd h+uith and happinett
jor the Htm tear'.
Friendly Ford
2198 Northeast 163rd Street,
North Miami Beach 33162
949-1311
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7401 Northwest 48th Street
Miami 33166
592-1354


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